eTwinning Schools

eTwinning School Label

The UK National Support Service for eTwinning are proud to announce that 29 UK schools have been awarded the prestigious eTwinning School Label after a two-part application process. The eTwinning School Label was introduced in 2017 to recognise and reward the involvement, commitment, and dedication of not only individual eTwinning teachers, but also teams of teachers and school leaders within the same school. These awarded schools are pioneers and are recognised as leaders in areas including:

  • Digital practice
  • eSafety practice
  • Innovative and creative approaches to pedagogy
  • Promoting continuous professional development of staff
  • Promoting collaborative learning practices with staff and students

The UK schools which have been awarded the eTwinning School Label are:

England

  • Alderman's Green Community Primary School, Coventry
  • All Saints Church of England Primary School, Coalville
  • Appleby Primary School, Appleby-In-Westmorland
  • Barton Hill Academy, Torquay
  • Bredon Hill Academy, Evesham
  • Eastburn Junior and Infant School, Eastburn
  • Gipsey Bridge Primary School, Boston
  • Holy Trinity Pewley Down School, Guildford
  • James Allen's Girls' School, London
  • Jervoise School, Birmingham
  • King's Ely, Ely
  • Loreto Grammar School, Altrincham
  • Mayflower Primary School, Leicester
  • Pendle Community High School and College, Nelson
  • Shaw Wood Academy, Doncaster
  • Steeton Primary School, Steeton
  • Stockport School, Stockport
  • The Academy at Shotton Hall, Peterlee
  • The Observatory School, Bidston
  • Victoria Infant and Nursery School, Workington

Scotland

  • Craigholme School, Glasgow
  • Hampden School, Glasgow
  • Holyrood Secondary School, Glasgow
  • Lamlash Nursery School, Glasgow
  • St Roch's Secondary School, Glasgow

Wales

  • Pillgwenlly C.P. School, Newport
  • Ysgol Hendre, Bryncoch

Northern Ireland

  • Edenderry Primary School, Banbridge
  • St Paul's High School, Bessbrook

Get some recognition for your award in the local press

International activity, particularly involving young people, can provide interesting stories for the media, and eTwinning offers lots of opportunities for this. As a recipient of a prestigious eTwinning School Label, there is good scope for you to secure coverage in local and regional media for your activity to showcase your great achievement to your community.

Download the eTwinning Media Toolkit and eTwinning School Label press release template to help you to do just that.

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