The third leg of the journey in our Erasmus project was a home game for us as it took place in Saarbrücken, Germany.
The main aim of this meeting was to reflect upon dos and don’ts on the Internet and to encourage a safe behaviour online.
To shed some legal light on the intricate issues of fake news and hate speech, we worked in collaboration with the Europa Institut of the law department of the university in Saarbrücken.
Pupils also answered polls to try and define the way they behave and present themselves on the web.
To wrap up this week, they produced tri-fold brochures to raise awareness and promote safe behaviour on the Internet.
“All work and no play made Jack a dull boy”
Of course, this Erasmus mobility was also the opportunity to discover what France and Germany have the best to offer at this time of year, and particularly Christmas markets on both sides of the border in Trier and Strasburg.
We were also fortunate to visit the European parliament and witnessed some of the Members of the European Parliament interventions on the day parliament confirmed the new European commission.
And of course, an Erasmus meeting would not be an Erasmus meeting without a farewell party to conclude this eventful week with pizzas and music.
Next stop: Virrat, Finland.