Exhibition of the project at the centre:
We present the project in the centre with murals showing all the collaborating partners and the theme of the project.
Video presentation of the centres and their country:
A video shows the specific characteristics of the centres collaborating in the project as well as their country of origin with interesting facts.
Visit to the centre to get to know it and see how it works:
The collaborating partners are shown the day to day life in the centre by visiting the classrooms. The facilities are also shown and of course the students and colleagues are introduced to each other.
Collaborating partners from Finland give us a talk on how to detect and act on cyberbullying with our pupils.
Training for older pupils in the school:
Once again, Finland’s cooperation partners provided a training course on cyberbullying and its risks to the school’s pupils.
Robotics workshop against bullying:
2nd year primary pupils are taking part in a robotics workshop on cyberbullying.
Students use the CANVA resource to work on bullying and responsible internet use.
Students create with the help of the KAHOOT resource questions about cyberbullying addressed to the other partners involved in the project.
Students interview our partners on our radio to get to know them a little better and learn more about them.
A video about bullying in networks is made in collaboration with 4th and 6th grade students.
Family training on bullying and good use of the internet:
The police are in charge of delivering this workshop to the families of 5th grade primary school pupils.
Visit to the classroom of the future at the CFIE:
A visit to the “classroom of the future” is made to show the collaborating partners the approach and use of new technologies in the Spanish education system.
Visit to the youth area of the Valladolid City Council:
The Councillor for Education shows the collaborating partners the facilities of the City Council.
Participation in a JCYL competition on school bullying:
The video produced for the project is submitted to a JCYL competition on cyberbullying and its risks.
Create a rap about cyberbullying:
A rap about cyberbullying is invented and the pupils try to learn it after listening to it repeatedly over the school public address system.
Through different cultural visits, we try to transmit the culture and heritage of the area.
Production of bookmarks:
Different bookmarks with basic rules about cyberbullying prevention are created.
Surveys of the educational community:
Different surveys are carried out with pupils, teachers and families to see what they know and have learned about cyberbullying.
Keep Twitter active:
Twitter posts are systematically made to publicise the project through articles, activities, news,…
A space is created on the centres’ website to give visibility to the project and its activities.
Participation in Erasmus+ conferences:
We participated as speakers in the Erasmus+ conferences held in Valladolid to share our experience with the project and encourage other schools to present their projects.
Participation in ICT conferences:
The school takes part in a round table to present its point of view on bullying in networks.
Creation of videos:
Through different videos about the mobilities, the educational community is shown the evolution of the project, the activities carried out and the experiences lived.