“Grow Green Generation”

The project “Grow Green Generation” started in 2021 and will continue till 2023, during which students and teachers from Italy, Spain and Latvia share their work strategies, analyze the importance of the environmental problem, pay special attention to renewable energy sources and their processing.

From September 25 to September 30, 2022 Riga Secondary School 34  hosted delegations from Italy (IPSSEOA Bernardo Buontalenti), Spain (IES FORAMONTANOS).

Riga Secondary School 34 welcomed its friends and partners from Italy and Spain with an unforgettable concert, in which songs in Latvian, English, Italian and Spanish were performed. Students of the 11th grade danced Italian and Spanish dances.

Discussions were held on the impact of climate change on human well-being. A unique experience that makes us richer, helps to develop an international vision of educational processes, the identity of our educational project “Grow Green Generation.”


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Grow Green Generation

From April, 30  till  May,5  Cantabria hosted  a meeting of the participants of  the “Grow Green Generation” project, representatives from Latvia, Italy and Spain. Project coordinators from Latvia are Galina Zaremba and Maria Perlova, English language teachers.

Nine-grade students presented the logo of our country and PPP  “7R. Recycle. Renew. Reuse. Regift. Repair. Reduce. Rethink.” All materials can be viewed on (

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This year students of our school in cooperation with students from Italy and Spain will participate in the Erasmus+ project for mobility of learners and staff in school education, which will last for a year and a half starting on the 31st of November.

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