The Digital Educational Exchange Programme (DEEP) consists of three blocks of six weeks (18 lessons) per schoolyear. Pupils work during schooltime on intercultural projects and digitally exchange the results with their Sister School. The connection with the Sister School creates the possibility to look at live from different perspectives and helps to avoid polarisation and inequality.
During a two year programme pupils learn from each other exchanging their thoughts, skills and knowledge on subjects that matter to them. They will improve their digital- & mediaskills, intercultural collaboration skills and participate on projects directly related to improve their living- and learning environment.
Parents and other stakeholders in- and around the schools will also be activated to join and participate in some of the projects. In this way we create local learning communities around the Sister Schools, which will help them to improve their educational standards.