What is Spring Day for Europe?
Spring Day for Europe is an annual campaign running from 22 March to 30 June 2010 and open to all primary and upper secondary schools across Europe. By joining the Spring Day campaign, teachers and students can take part in a wide range of activities, competitions, and online and face-to-face discussions. These events introduce European themes into lessons in an innovative and creative way.Read more
Why register with Spring Day for Europe?
Spring Day is now in its eighth year and the number of schools registering has grown year by year. Spring Day has succeeded because of the unique educational opportunities given to registered schools.Read more
Spring Day for Europe aims to enhance citizenship education by bringing Europe closer to its young citizens. Organised by European Schoolnet with the support of the European Commission, the annual campaign’s goal is to open schools to the European dimension, promoting a strong interaction between the local and the European dimension.Read more
Invite a guest to visit your school!
To give your students an opportunity for sharing their views with an high level expert, invite a Special Guest to visit your School. You can register on our website to access information about all the potential guests and to indicate your availability for the visits.Read more
Visit a school with Spring Day
“Back to school” is a key Spring Day activity where local, regional, national and European public figures visit one or more schools across Europe. Spring Day for Europe provides an online platform, as well as various channels to facilitate the arrangement, coordination, recognition and visibility of visits. “Back to school” is an opportunity for both students and guests to discuss European institutions, Citizenship and Fundamental Rights, and other current European topics.Read more
Spring Day for Students – Europe is You!
Spring Day wants to help students discover more about Europe and express their views on the latest changes. Participating schools will be involved in activities, competitions, and events that make each lesson a chance to discover the cultural variety and richness of Europe. The Spring Day campaign has been built on student contributions and feedback: join the project and share your views with thousands of European schools!Read more
The Spring Day for Europe 2010 communication toolbox consists of a set of the following promotional materials: campaign logo, printed materials and information materials. We invite all institutions, including schools, and anyone else to promote Spring Day for Europe and its activities on websites and downloadable materials. All the potential promoters are reminded that their actions should be compatible with the principles and public purpose of the Spring Day for Europe campaign, as well as with the existing copyright rules.Read more