Why register with Spring Day?
Spring Day for Europe has become a popular event as a teaching and learning opportunity to bring young people closer to Europe. The number of schools joining the Spring Day campaign has grown year by year since 2002. What are the reasons for schools to register? What they get in return? Read more
Spring Day 2009 at a glance
In 2009 Spring Day for Europe joins the European Year of Creativity and Innovation to encourage as many schools as possible to experience creativity and innovation on a European scale. Read more
Communication toolbox
The Spring Day for Europe 2009 Communication toolbox consists of a set of the following promotional materials: campaign logo, printed materials and information materials. Read more
European Year of Creativity and Innovation
2009 is the European Year of Creativity and Innovation (EYCI). The main goal of the year is to enable individuals to embrace change as an opportunity and to face it as a challenge. The year will allow the rethinking of research, competitiveness and knowledge, the fostering of existing synergies and the creation of new ones. Read more
Back to School
Back to school is a special Spring Day activity where local, regional, national and European public figures join our campaign and visit schools. “Back to school” is an opportunity for both students and guests to discuss European themes and get visibility and recognition of their contributions to the European Year of Creativity and Innovation. Read more
Past events
Spring Day for Europe aims to enhance citizenship education by bringing Europe closer to its young citizens. Organised by European Schoolnet on behalf of the European Commission, the annual campaign’s goal is to open schools to the European dimension, promoting a strong interaction between the local and the European dimension. Read more