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Another joint school project between Kaiserslautern and Silkeborg

Kaiserslautern steering group taking home additional cooperation agreement with a Silkeborg School

Kaiserslautern, 23.07.2014

The first joint project, the twinned towns of Kaiserslautern and Silkeborg (Denmark) had been working on, was called “Building Bridges”. Testing better opportunities for children with a migration background was the project goal.
In the framework of the subsequent project, named “Crossing Bridges” continuing the successful mutual cooperation, a steering group meeting was held in Silkeborg from 31 January to 3 February 2013.
Taking this opportunity, the participants additionally discussed the possibilities of working together on a joint school partnership. There are European Union funding programmes for those projects too.
“We have been highly successful” Peter Krietemeyer, head of the department of schools and Comenius Regio coordinator reported delightedly “Camilla Granner, member of the Silkeborg Gødvadskolen’s leadership team, affirmed her willingness to join the project during the next three years. “We are proud of contributing to an international Comenius Regio Project. Moreover we are convinced that our students too, will benefit from the contacts to their counterparts at the Kaiserslautern primary school. Currently almost 200 students are enrolled in forms one to six at the Silkeborg School.
The Grundschule Fischerrück will be the Kaiserslautern cooperation partner. “We have been successful for years, working in Comenius projects on school level” Louise Glendye, a teacher at the primary school comments. “and we are looking forward to the pleasure of cooperating particularly with this new partner coming from our twinned town. Rainer Blasius, project coordinator, explains “Now 12 school partners coming from 11 European countries are meeting in the framework of this project. The joint success is definitely worth the high workload related to our activities. According to Blasius many of the Kaiserslautern students benefit from this cooperation and highly enjoy participating.



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