The numerous activities, projects, campaigns and competitions it implements are initiated primarily by the European Commission. Schools can take part in pilot projects, competitions and campaigns, and teachers can participate in various forms of further training (including online courses), make use of teaching and learning materials and resources, and exchange experiences and examples of good practice with their European colleagues. 

Programme objectives 

  • To promote cooperation between schools in Europe;
  • to contribute to the professional development of teachers and head teachers;
  • to offer methodological and information services with a European dimension;
  • to disseminate best practices and test new learning and teaching models;
  • to contribute to the development of technology-based education;
  • and to provide members and partner organisations with ICT-based services and tools.

Below you will find information on individual topics of the network.

As part of its membership in the European Schoolnet Network, the National Agency for International Education coordinates a number of European projects and campaigns focused on innovative teaching methods, use of digital technologies in the learning process and support for research-oriented teaching of mathematics and science.

Who are the programme’s target groups?

  • Teachers and school staff

  • Professionals in education

What countries are involved in the programme?

  • Czech Republic
  • Ireland
  • Iceland
  • Norway
  • Sweden
  • Belgium
  • Netherlands
  • Luxembourg
  • France
  • Spain