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A Warm Welcome to European Trial Schools in Italy, Cyprus Poland and the UK!

Thank you for signing up to participate in Schools for Future Youth. We hope you are as excited to take part in the Project as we are to have you on board.

Thank you for signing up to participate in Schools for Future Youth. We hope you are as excited to take part in the Project as we are to have you on board.

On the Schools for Future Youth Website you will find lots of information to help you, as teachers and students, to learn about global issues and understand what they mean for you in your own settings. You will also find some useful tips on skills development and can learn how to think about the action that you will take to really make a difference in your local community.

The Teachers Toolkit is full of learning materials and simple methods to help you teach global citizenship education in your school. You will also find information on how you can set up a Youth Ambassador Group. All of this, and more, can be accessed here.

The Youth Toolkit is an interactive platform where you can learn about global issues such as Education, Refugees and Climate Change, and will help you to think critically about the causes and impacts of such topics. It's then up to you to decide how you want to take Action and we've put together some hints and tips on what you might want to think about to get you started, along with examples of what young people have done to take action in the past. You can access the Youth Toolkit either online here  or you can download it as an App  onto your Android Phone (sorry, the App is not currently available for iPhones).

We encourage you all to share your thoughts and progress over the coming months on the Youth Wall which you all have access too once you have logged in to your profiles. We want to hear from you – both what works and what doesn't work, as this will help us to create even better resources for teachers all across Europe to use in the years following your involvement in the Project.

Thank you and good luck!

Schools for Future Youth Project Team