The STEAMM  project

Context/background of our project


Partners in our project have collaborated with European colleagues across Europe for over a decade, some of the engagement transpired through involvement in the Comenius programme. We are passionate about European exchange, co-operation and learning. The experience gained through previous programmes led to teaching and learning being enriched by increased inclusion of the European dimension. The project idea grew through discourse based on recognising a need for enhanced engagement with STEAMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Maths and Mental Health) on our island schools. The project captured the imagination of each member island, as soon as the seed for this project was planted, we, as colleagues across Europe began choosing roles in this project based on the skills of our schools and we feel excited and ready to get our STEAMM engine on the tracks.

The schools involved

  • Ireland, Dublin, Holy Family National School
  • France, Porquerrolles, Ecole De Porquerolles
  • Ireland, Galway, Saint Mary’s National School, Mountbellew
  • Cyprus, Agios Neofytos Elementary School
  • Italy, Sicily, Palermo, Scuola Ragusa Moleti
  • Poland, Wolin, Bolesław Chrobry Primary School



Objectives of our project


Our project aims to enhance the teaching and learning that takes place in our schools by sharing the innovative practices which we use across the member islands. There is a particular focus on STEAMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Maths and Mental Health). We aim to enable teachers and pupils grow their abilities in all of the STEAMM subjects. The project aims to achieve this through technology embedded in teaching and learning. Through engagement with this project the member islands will modernise the quality of our teaching. The project aims to cultivate and foster a love and esteem of the islands on which we live. Building on this development of appreciation of our islands, the project members consider it crucial to promote European values and enable the pupils and teachers to feel like an important part of the European Union.


     The project starts !


- Teacher's meeting in Ireland (Dublin) to work on calendar

and project details for the coming year.


-In our schools, the parents, the pupils and the teachers filled out surveys based on the STEAMM subjects.