The Academy has been part of 3 Erasmus+ research projects during the last 6 years:
Girls into Global STEM (GiGS):
A project linking 9 partner schools, universities and research groups from UK, Poland, Sweden and Cyprus to explore how the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals, digital technology and project-based learning can inspire more girls to enter STEM careers. The project includes student-created experiments, initial teacher training material and a research database.
E-Teach The Teacher (E-TTT):
This is a 2 year schools project involving The de Ferrers Academy (UK), Rennbucket Realschule (Germany) and Lentiz Reviuslycum (Netherlands), all schools that are experienced in 1:1 iPad strategy and training. The project is focused on producing a teacher guide and training course for the iPAC framework to evaluate app use, building upon a previous Erasmus+ project (MTTEP).
Designing and Evaluating Innovative Mobile Pedagogies (DEIMP):
We are one of 5 UK associate partners of the DEIMP project, involving in helping to develop and trial an app for choosing suitable pedagogies and applications of digital technologies.