This project involved schools in Croatia, Engand (Steeton), Italy, Romania and Turkey.
Pupils researched farms and farming in their countries; and worked in the school gardens; and shared their work on the project Twinspace.
We visited the Countryside Day at the Yorkshire Show Ground.
We held a conference video call – pupils told each other what they had been learning and we sang songs with farming themes in the languages of the project.
This project won a national UK eTwinning prize for lanuages in June 2014 and was awarded a European Quality Label.