Supported with funding from The National Lottery Heritage Fund, Department for Culture, Media & Sport, Spirit of 2012 and the UK Shared Prosperity Fund, ‘EuroLearn’ was specially curated in collaboration with many partners across the Liverpool City Region. It provided a unique opportunity for schools, and non-school educational settings, to celebrate all things Eurovision by taking part and delivering their own events.
Aimed at Early Years, Primary, Secondary and Special Education settings, ‘EuroLearn’ offered a varied programme for schools to engage with and educational resources that are flexible enough also to be used in holiday activity and after-school clubs.
‘United by Music’ is the overarching theme that was interwoven throughout the ‘EuroLearn’ programme. The sub themes of welcome, home, sanctuary, belonging, loneliness, togetherness, hope, mental health & wellbeing, voice of the child and celebration of all things Eurovision ensured that the programme was both relevant and of value to schools and other educational and non-school settings.
Below you will find all the information and resources that formed part of ‘EuroLearn’, categorised into six strands – music, visual arts, creative writing and reading & storytelling, maths, early years and careers.