Set up to stimulate interest and debate about the principles, achievements and future of the EU, Spring Day for Europe is a unique opportunity for pupils to meet, exchange ideas and share their hopes and concerns with EU experts and political leaders.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Treaties of Rome. For this reason, “Together since 1957: Schools celebrating Europe” is the chosen theme for Spring Day 2007. This is an opportunity to communicate about a European future matching the needs and expectations of young generations heard.
Has your school registered for Spring Day activities yet? Visit the website to find out more about the activities, competitions and prizes for 2007. All you need to do is combine Spring Day activities in your daily lessons, or make it more interesting and partake in activities happening in schools all over Europe.
Register online to submit your work and take part in competitions. Should you need any help with registering online or submitting work you may email our local Spring Day web support on: firstname.lastname@example.org.