Students from different programs at Söderslättsgymnasiet are collaborating with students at The Eugène Henaff high school situated in Bagnolet, a city in the Paris suburbs and Gladsaxe Gymnasium in Denmark.

The Eugène Henaff hig school, France

The students come from very ethnically diverse backgrounds and many come from lower-income families. The vocational section offers classes in woodworking, graphic design, plumbing. The technical section offers classes in sustainable development, energy and architecture. Finally, in the general section (the students who are participating in the project are in this section), the pupils study sciences, literature in French and in English, languages, history, geography, economics and social sciences.

Picture: Emely Paulsrud

Gladsaxe Gymnasium, Denmark

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eTwinning is a part of Erasmus + that provides opportunities for schools to co-create digitally in international partnerships. By this digital network our students in Sweden and other countries carry out educational collaborate such as deep knowledge and skills like creativity, problem solving, critical thinking, communication and at the same time digital working methods become a natural part of teaching.