William Bellamy Primary School is now in the second year of delivering their European project. The school received funding to deliver their project, ‘Keeping the legacy alive, empowering professionals to inspire children through the enrichment of the curriculum’. The project aims to improve the teaching and learning within the foundation subjects, assist professions to deliver high quality cross curricular lessons, and to revive the legacy of London 2012 (Olympic and Paralympics). The pupils have been following the journey of Pride, the Team GB mascot, as he and the staff from the school have visited schools in Spain, Italy and Greece; these are all countries who have hosted the Olympic Games. The project has connected the pupils across Europe, with many of them writing to each other in the form of postcards, passports and letters. Many of our pupils have been able to communicate in their first language as well as in English. Last term classes had the opportunity to facetime the pupils from Italy and could watch part of their lesson. Throughout the two years the 4 schools have competitions and share different celebration. During our sports week, classes learned about their chosen country, the different cultures, weather, food and the Olympic and Paralympic Games. The teachers have observed lesson and shared education practices from across Europe, bringing the best examples back to England. This year, William Bellamy school staff will again visit these educational institutes and then the project will finish in London, just before the start of Tokyo 2020. To read more or to keep up with Pride, check out the school website, click on curriculum and then on Ersamus project. This publication has been produced with the support of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of William Bellamy Primary School and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the NA or Commission.