Awards and Recognition

2015 National Awards

14 eTwinning UK National Awards were given in 2015, recognising their outstanding eTwinning projects from the past school year in various categories, alongside seven highly commended projects. These projects all epitomised genuine collaborative learning. View the full list of winners.

Find out more about how you can get recognition for your international collaboration work through eTwinning by clicking on the links below.

Quality Label

41 European Quality Labels awarded to UK projects in 2014

Congratulations to all of the teachers and schools involved in the UK eTwinning projects that were awarded the 2014 European Quality Label. View the full list of winning projects.

The European eTwinning Prizes 2015 competition is now open to all European Quality Label award winners, with new special categories dedicated to eTwinning Plus projects.

Have you completed, or are you in the final phase of, an eTwinning project?

Do you want recognition and a chance to win a National Award and a European prize? Then reward yourself and your pupils by applying for a Quality Label. The application process is quick and easy, all carried out via the eTwinning desktop.

A Quality Label is recognition for your school's European collaborative work, which can boost pupil motivation, reward teacher's commitment, and can enhance the school's profile. As a recipient of a Quality Label you can share your success with your wider community through use of a formal certificate and online banner for your school website.

Projects which are awarded a Quality Label may be put forward for a European Quality Label - an extra mark of recognition showing that your project is amongst the best in Europe,  and the opportunity to attend a European award ceremony.

Apply today through "My Projects" section of your eTwinning desktop.

National Awards

The UK NSS holds annual National Awards to recognise the best project work happening in the UK. National Awards also stem from the Project Quality Labels.

International School Award

Your involvement in eTwinning could be the first step towards gaining the International School Award.

The ISA is a great way of embedding international work into your school curriculum, and of gaining an internationally recognised award. The ISA has three levels which you gradually work across. When you create a project with a European partner school you automatically gain the Foundation Certificate.


Would you like to take you project work to the next level?

Erasmus+ offers funding to facilate face-to-face school partnerships. A European Commission funded programme, Erasmus+ looks to enabel european-wide mobility,  exchange and co-operation. Erasmus+ offers cross-sectoral opportunity across schools, High Education, Further Education, adult education, schools and youth activities.