Anna and Tom are going to spend the day on Uncle Jack's farm, where a surprise awaits them: a treasure hunt! It's a rather different kind of treasure hunt because, over the various stages, the children will learn lots of things about farming, such as how jam is made, the process of pollination and many other things.
In May 2020 you received the first issue of the Learning Corner newsletter. One year and ten issues later, we are happy to celebrate its first anniversary with you.
Specially designed for secondary school pupils and vocational education students, this learning tool developed by the European Parliament ‘Europe@school – Active lessons about the European Union’ focuses on the European Union, how it works, its values, its history, its impact on our daily lives, and so on.
Science is Wonderful! is a public exhibition organised every year by the European Commission. It showcases different EU-funded research projects and their impact and value on people’s daily lives.
Do you know the six core values on which the European Union is based?
The Conference on the Future of Europe is a unique and timely opportunity for European citizens to voice their opinions on Europe’s challenges and priorities. No matter where they are from or what they do, this is the place to think about what future they want for the European Union. Young people play a central role in this process.