domenica 8 ottobre 2017

Let’s celebrate #Erasmus30: Imagine the Perfect Erasmus+ Student


Saturday 14th 2017– time:11am-13am

European Event supported by the French National Agency-Génération Erasmus+ in cooperation with the Italian National Agency-Erasmus+Indire

The #Erasmusday event will consist in a well-structured presentation of the Erasmus+ projects our school has been involved in since 2014. Students will talk and show, through videos and pictures, their experience in Erasmus+ internship abroad and short-term exchanges in the partners’ countries. 

As also Primary and Secondary school pupils from the IC “Toniolo” in Pisa are expected to attend the conference , to share their experiences during their Erasmus mobilities.

We will celebrate all together the 30 anniversary carrying out workshops and activities that can be completed at different levels using digital tools such as Answer Garden, Padlet, Kahoot.

During activities students will be asked to say what participating in an Erasmus+ project has meant for them, creating a real post-it wall and a digital one, moreover they will produce the Perfect Erasmus+ Student identikit , in the end they will enjoy playing a Kahoot game on the Erasmus+ programme.

domenica 2 aprile 2017

European Prizes: Winners 2017

We are very happy to announce the name of the projects "Employability – “A challenge for youth- Dreams and reality” awarded this year’s eTwinning European Prizes! Out of 591 submissions, the jury selected one winner and one runner-up per age category and a winner in each special category. Check out the list here:
Thanks to all participants and congratulations to the winners!

venerdì 25 novembre 2016


An important and prestigious EUROPEAN PRIZE for our Etwinning project!

Congratulations to students and teachers who made everything possible and real!

mercoledì 30 marzo 2016


  13-19 MARCH 2016

           The last stage of the Erasmus project was France, which welcomed in Colmar, Alsace, delegations of students and teachers of the other six countries involved in the project: Spain, Greece, UK, Turkey, Romania and Italy.

           The cultural exchange was lively in this borderland, where traditions of French and German culture interchange. The welcome of the Lyceum "Camille See" proved up to all that had been organised and offered by all schools in previous trips. It was not an easy task, given the richness of activities and experiences that each country has been able to offer during these two intense years.
During the French trip we visited several places of great historical and artistic interest, some significant local economic realities, such as Lisbeth mineral water factory, along with museums of particular interest like the famous Cité de l'Automobile at Mulhouse.

          The visit to the European Parliament in Strasbourg was undoubtedly the most significant moment of the week: the day began with a white balloons drop in the square in front of Parliament, symbolically representing the students’ dreams for the future.

         The project sponsor Madame Anne Sander, MEP, received delegations and listened to the presentation of the Manifesto with sincere participation, summarizing the results of the work done by all countries on the theme of the project, with a great spirit of collaboration.
There was talk about the economic crisis and the responses that the school has to give not to disappoint the expectations and dreams of this generation, for future inclusion in the workforce. Students Andrea Moscatiello and Massimiliano Venezia have brilliantly represented ITIS " Leonardo da Vinci".
The words of the project Anthem were sung with great emotion by all, students and teachers together, accompanied on violin by a Greek Professor. These words remain to seal the hopes for the future that these young European students had the courage to express: "Our wish for the future is to live a life, a creative life and to make a better world for our nations to be proud".