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  • Improvement of school climate ;
  • Development of interdisciplinary approaches ;
  • Development of openness and cooperation with schools from other countries ;
  • Development of work placements abroad ;
  • Stronger relationships between pupils and teachers ;
  • Better teamwork between teaching, administration and management departments
  • Better teamwork among teachers ;
  • Financial impact ;
  • Introduction of new teaching systems, new content ;
  • Strengthening of the European dimension and its development ;
  • Increased support and involvement of family members in school life ;
  • Increased support and involvement of other local stakeholders: local and regional authorities, companies, parents’ associations etc.

Arts are what make us most human, most complete as people and evidence of its effectiveness in reducing student dropout, raising student attendance, developing better team players, fostering a love for learning, improving greater student dignity, enhancing student creativity, and producing a more prepared citizen for the workplace for tomorrow is a part of all partners school cultural heritage.

The ReDesignEarth project will change the learning environment to one of discovery.  (This often re-ignites the love of learning in students tired of just being fed facts.)

Our goal is to support our schools to tackle early school leaving (ESL) by offering alternative quality education, enabling success for all students, from the lowest to the highest end of the academic spectrum, including children with a migrant background who might face specific (e.g. linguistic) challenges. The ReDesignEarth project will reach students not normally reached, in ways and methods not normally used.  (This leads to better student attendance and lower dropout rates). Student attainment is expected to improve as a happier school climate (through increased motivation and reduced anxiety) has been reported in the academic literature to lead to better results.

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