Continentally conscious

22nd October 2004 at 01:00
What does it mean to be a young citizen in Europe? To help you answer that question and raise pupils' awareness of European issues, there is a newly designed website from European Schoolnet. So far, more than 2,600 schools from across Europe have registered on the site, giving them access to mailing lists, a newsletter and the forum for finding a partner school - they have been encouraged to contact other schools in member states to share ideas or collaborate on projects. Site content available in English, French and German but many other languages appear as pupils add contributions in their mother tongue.

* www.myeurope.eun.org

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