Dutch primary schools in Nuffic networks
How to use this dashboard:
- Select the programme(s)/network(s) in Programme (group) which you are interested in.
- Click on a province to see the number of schools in that province which are part of the programme(s)/network(s) you have selected.
- Click again on a province to see the specific schools which are part of the programme(s)/network(s) you have selected.
- Double-click on the Reset filters button to reset all filters.
Erasmus+ is the EU's programme to support education, training, youth and sport in Europe. The programme is an initiative and gives staff and learners the opportunity to study, train, undertake work experience and volunteer abroad with the aim of boosting skills and employability in The Netherlands. The schools shown in this map have received Erasmus+ funding between the current callyear and 2 callyears back. Specifically you can select on the type of funding:
Biligual Primary Education (tpo)
Tweetalig primair onderwijs (tpo) was a pilot programme – which ran till summer 2023 – in which a number of schools offer English language education from the first year of primary school for 30% to 50% of the class time. The schools implement immersion education, where the focus lies on understanding and communication. In addition, the schools have to meet three main requirements:
- The Dutch curriculum is leading, the offer covers the core objectives
- English lessons and activities cover 30% to 50% of the class time
- Internationalisation activities are a vital part of the education
eTwinning is a European initiative aimed at European schools in primary, secondary, vocational education and training and International Teacher Education (ITE) to encourage European collaboration and the use of online facilities. eTwinning enables partnerships among Europeans schools and helps them develop school projects concerning any subject area with schools from other European countries. The schools shown on this map represent the primary schools at which teachers who have participated in eTwinning between 2021 and 2023 work.