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Collège Notre-Dame de Bellevue, Dinant - 29/01/2015

Le Collège Notre-Dame était accompagné d'une journaliste de MaTélé, qui a réalisé trois clips vidéos très intéressants.
* Une vidéo décrit la préparation d'Euroscola à l'école.
* Une autre vidéo montre le déroulement de la session Euroscola à Strasbourg
* Un troisième reportage montre la visite de la ville de Strasbourg

Vous pouvez lire ci-dessous un compte-rendu de l'expérience 'Euroscola' en anglais.

Students from 22 European countries took the seats of EU politicians for one day

On Thursday 29th January, the second Euroscola day in 2015 was held at the European Parliament in Strasbourg. This time Collège Notre Dame de Bellevue from Belgium participated in Euroscola. Around 600 students and teachers from across the European Union's member states were in Strasbourg. They came from Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Croatia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain and United Kingdom.

The Euroscola day gives students the opportunity to interact and exchange information in a foreign language (English, French or German) and also highlights the importance of cross-cultural cooperation. Furthermore, participants are given the possibility to introduce their school and the region where they come from, which provides greater diversity and enriches the cultural dialogue.

Just as the deputies of the European Parliament, the students work in groups discussing about the following topics:
•Environment and renewable energy,
•2015 - European Year for Development
•The future of Europe
•Freedom of information and active citizenship
•Migration and integration
•Youth employment.

European Parliament set up the Euroscola project in 1989. Each year Euroscola welcomes thousands of students aged between 16 to 18 years old from all 28 European Union Members States to spend a day in Strasbourg and work as Members of the European Parliament. Students experience a day as a M.EP, engaging in the EU decision-making through debates in the hemicycle, negotiations with their colleagues, voting and adopting resolutions on topical European issues. Participation is awarded to schools making it through a national competition organized by the European Parliament Information Office in each member state.

Consultez le site web du Collège Notre-Dame de Bellevue pour lire les expériences Euroscola

Au début de la session Euroscola à Strasbourg, chaque école doit se présenter à tous les autres participants, devant l'hémicycle avec +/- 600 personnes. Pour terminer la présentation de façon très originale,
Alexandra a surpris le public en chantant...

Regardez et écoutez la présentation très originale!