Clevedon School students to have chance to visit German, French and Belgian twin towns
- Credit: Archant
Clevedon students have earned funding to link up with schools across Europe.
Clevedon School has become part of the European Commission-funded Erasmus+ Programme which will give them the chance to meet students from twin towns Epernay, Ettlingen and Middelkerke.
It will end with them creating a magazine to illustrate what each school, town and region has to offer.
Headteacher Jim Smith said: “We are absolutely thrilled about this.
“It is a fantastic opportunity for Clevedon School to work even closer with the Clevedon community and for our students to explore opportunities right across the continent.
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“Well done to all the students and staff making this happen.
“They have worked tirelessly for a long time to bring this about.”
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Head of languages Paola Zottarelli added: “This is really great news.
“It will give students wonderful learning opportunities to learn about diverse nations and cultures across Europe.”