Erasmus Plus: KA229

nº Proyecto: 2019-1-FR01-KA229-062323_5


Europe Our Future is about reminding adults and teaching young people about the European

Dream increasing their knowledge of EU achievements and functions and interesting people in its

future promoting transnational mobilities for young generations and increasing competencies in our

first foreign language: English

With students, we will analyse and debate about the school and jobs systems of the partner

countries, as well as their social inclusion policies or the issues of EU citizenship and gender issues.


Secondary Schools taking part in the project:

Lycée Pierre Termier, Grenoble, France.

ISIS Edith Stein, Gavirate, Italy.

Skofijska Gimnazija, Vipava, Slovenia

IES San Isidoro, Sevilla, Spain.

Gimnasio Plomariou, Lesbos, Greece


1st meeting:

Schools for Europe, Grenoble November 16-23, 2019

Participating students:

Gabriela Herrera (4ºB)

Coral Hernández (4ºB)

Yedra García (4ºB)

Rodrigo Astorga (4ºB)

Participating teachers:

Luis Martínez (English teacher)

Mª Dolores Mena (Art teacher)


Video on the survey done to students, teachers and alumni (ex-students) from IES San Isidoro about:

Sustainibility at School, Social inclusion, Civil Rights and EU Citizenship, Gender attitudes and job opportunities:

By Yedra García and Gabriela Herrera (4ºB)


2nd meeting:

Jobs in Europe, Plomari, Lesbos (Greece) November 06-13, 2021

Participating students:

Laura Narváez Sikkenga (1º BACH B)

Ángela del Pino Serradilla (1ºBACH B)

África Janina Suleiman Ramos (1º BACH B)             

Mateo Larrea Bonilla (1ºBACH B)

Participating teachers:

Luis Martínez (English teacher)

Pilar Pérez de Vargas Carrillo (English teacher)

. Plomari port

3rd meeting:

Gender in Europe/Social Inclusion, Seville (Spain) January 31st-February 4th, 2022




Participating students:

Laura Narváez Sikkenga (1º BACH B)

Ángela del Pino Serradilla (1ºBACH B)

África Janina Suleiman Ramos (1º BACH B)             

Mateo Larrea Bonilla (1ºBACH B)

Víctor Soria Jiménez (1º BACH)

Iván Abril Álvarez (1º BACH)

Eduardo Campos (1º BACH)

Mercedes Vácaro Romero (1º BACH)

Triana Sotelo del Estad.(1º BACH)

Berta Pérez Calderón.(1º BACH)

Sofía Cimadomo Martínez.(1º BACH)

Paula Conceiçao Fernández. (1º BACH)

Violeta Ling Luengo.(1º BACH)

Coral Hernámdez García (2º BACH)

Gabriela Herrera García (2º BACH)

Luchana Hashisha Cappabianca León (3º ESO)

Abril Viñas (3º ESO)

Julia Cano Hidalgo (3º ESO)

Ana Romaní González (3º ESO)

Ana Mateos Rubia (3º ESO)

Participating teachers:

Luis Martínez Becerra (English teacher)

Pilar Pérez de Vargas Carrillo (English teacher)

Alberto Castro Sueiro (English teacher)

Lola Mena (Art teacher)

Mario Fernández Cano (Physics and Chemistry teacher/School Heritage coordinator)

Amalia Blanco (History Teacher)

María Sánchez Zurita (Physics and Chemistry Teacher)


A Report by Mateo Larrea Bonilla

IES San Isidoro


This February of the year 2022, people from Slovenia, France and Greece have come to Seville for an Erasmus + meeting. We all had to work in a very present-day and polemical topic: Gender. We have been working on many different workshops: Some of us prepared infographics about the situations and laws in relation with the LGTBIQ+ community and male/female gender in our respective countries, where we could see the different situations between them and their weak and strong points.

Furthermore, some of us have interviewed some strangers in the streets, and asked them questions about social inclusion and gender. Students in charge of this activity have asked people from many different countries, like the UK, France, Germany, Greece, Portugal and Spain, questions that have helped them to arrive at the conclusion that the situation has become a lot better in the past decades, when one had to hide who really was. Still there are many unsolved problems.

Moreover, we were divided into two groups to have debates, one about gender, and another one about social inclusion. During the gender debate, each student made a question about the gender gap between male and female. Some of these questions were: “Do you think that stereotypes about women cause less chances to get a job?”, “Do you think there are female and male jobs?” or “¿Would you feel more comfortable being attended by a male nurse than a female nurse? What about a male mechanic and a female mechanic?” We were arguing about them for one hour. The conclusions for some of these questions were that women are seen by society as a weak community. Apparently “weaker” because of their biology, the fact is that this does not prevent them from doing many different things. That kind of stereotypes and thoughts are causing inequality situations, like a higher unemployment rate of women in some jobs or a wage gap. For example, we could observe the problem of the difference in salaries between a sport woman player and a sport man player, because a man football player earns around 2 million dollars, and a girl sport player around 50 thousand dollars. The reason of this is that in this kind of sports, one earns as much as one produces, and society stereotypes and thoughts make people dislike a woman playing a “men’s sport” a fact that causes a low visibility of women in many sports.

However, not all the Spanish experience has been about gender and social inclusion, we also need to have fun sometimes. We have visited beautiful places like “The mushrooms”, the Alcázar, the Cathedral and the Giralda, “Maria Luisa park” and the Spanish Square, where some of us were interviewing people. The Aquarium was indeed an interesting landmark, as well as the Golden Tower, The Seville tower and some exhibitions about art and science were the closing activities.  Also, we hosts have provided our guests a very good experience, full of emotions. We have become really good friends and of course, enjoyed a lot of Spanish food.







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Skofijska Gymnazja Vipava
Pierre Termier
Gymnasio Plomari Greece
IES San Isidoro



4th meeting:

European Citizenship/Social Inclusion, Vipava, Slovenia: March 28th-April 1st, 2022

European Citizenship


Participating students:

Víctor Soria Jiménez  (1ºBACH)

Iván Abril Álvarez (1ºBACH)

Paula Conceiçao Fernández (1ºBACH)

Sofía Cimadomo Martínez (1ºBACH)

Violeta Ling Luengo Gómez  (1ºBACH)

Triana Sotelo del Estad (1ºBACH)

Berta Pérez Calderón (1ºBACH)

Mercedes Vácaro Romero (1ºBACH)

Participating teachers:

Luis Martínez Becerra (English teacher)

Pilar Pérez de Vargas  Carrillo (English teacher)

Alberto Castro  Sueiro (English teacher)