The European Commission has produced a short video which sets out its negotiating position and which is available here :
Th Commission has also produced a publication which sets out EU citizens’ rights in the UK during the Brexit process. This can be down loaded here https://publications.europa.eu/en/publication-detail/-/publication/b54182cf-6dbf-11e7-b2f2-01aa75ed71a1/language-en?WT.mc_id=Selectedpublications&WT.ria_c=677&WT.ria_f=926&WT.ria_ev=search
We have teamed up with the European Parliament Office in London to be able to offer Sixth Formers in our region the chance to win a visit to the European Parliament in Strasbourg and take part in a special Euroscola day.
Teams of young people from each of the member states will attend the day and take part in debate about issues of importance to the Union. We have a maximum of 24 places for pupils from the North East.
Schools can put forward multiple teams of up to six students. Each team must produce a news bulletin script which explores the views surrounding the freedom of movement in the EU. Full details are included in the attachment.
The authors of the winning scripts will be invited to film their bulletins at a special film making day at the Tyneside pop up film school in January 2018.
The visit to Strasbourg will take place from 21-23 March 2018 and will involve three days out of school.
Competition for Sixth formers in North East England 2
For primary school teachers in receipt of ERASMUS+ grants, a special residential course is offered in the historic city of Durham. For more information read here :
39568 Primary School Teacher Course brochure – FINAL