The title of the project - YES - "Youngsters' European Society" was inspired by our understanding of the fundamental importance that the young people have for the future of the European Community as a society of values and beliefs that blends the traditions, customs, values and beliefs of all its nations.
We believe that through joint learning about our countries, experiencing each-others' cultures, sharing knowledge, views and experience and organizing community-based activities, we will be able to build in our youngsters the awareness and confidence of people who belong to one nation- the European Nation.
The ultimate goal of this project will be to develop knowledge and skills in our students to live as active and well-informed European citizens who are familiar with the organization and functioning of the European Union, who value its cultural heritage, who are aware of their obligations and rights as members of the EU.
The project will promote youngsters' proactiveness, their leadership, IT and presentation skills. It will enrich the teaching practices in Social Sciences, Foreign Languages, Literature,IT and Arts. It will envigorate the school and out-of-school life of our students.
With the activities in this project we will strengthen the bondage between all the parties involved in the process of schooling, i.e. students, teachers, school management, parents, community, local authorities and the business both within every country and internationally.
The students in our schools are motivated to learn about other countries and communicate with peers to build international relations and develop their linguistic and cultural knowledge and skills. They are aware of the importance of acquiring strategies for quick and successful adaptation to new realities.