six countries,
six schools

We come from Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria, Poland, Lithuania and Spain. We share a common commitment to children, education and the belief that logic games like chess can be used to motivate students and enrich learning.


"Scoala Gimnaziala SZACSVAY IMRE" is a public school serving over 850 students in the city of Oradea, Romania. We are the coordinators of this Erasmus+ project and are strong proponents of using chess and logic games in school.


Our school is called "Diósdi Eötvös József Német Nemzetiségi Általános Iskola és Alapfokú Muvészeti Iskola". We are a public school in the town of Diosd, just outside Budapest. In addition to having a focus on Music and German, our school also offers a well-established chess program.


Our school is called "Sredno uchilishte Petko R. Slaveykov" and is located in the city of Vidin, on the Danube river. Our student body is made up of around 400 children aged 7 - 18. Bulgarians are 'fresh' Europeans and our students are eager to learn more about the history, traditions and culture from other parts of Europe, so we can exchange experiences and enrich our own.


Our school is called "Zespol Szkolno-Przedszkolny nr 2 w Brodnicy" and we are located in the city of Brodnica, in northern Poland. We have a kindergarten with 180 children and a Primary School with 500 students. We believe that games and sports play a fundamental role in education; in fact, the Olympics are a central part of our school identity. In this project, we are excited to connect with schools from other countries around Europe and play chess.


"Taurages Tarailiu Progimnazija" is a public school located in Taurage, Lithuania. We place a high value on school traditions, respect, inclusion of students, after-school activities, ITC, and a team of committed teachers and students who participate actively in school events.


Located next to the Mediterranean Sea in the city of Malaga, "El Colegio de la Presentación" is a Catholic school serving nearly 800 students ages 3 to 18. We focus on educating the whole person, not just teaching subjects. Playing games and motivating students are essential tools for effective learning, so we are excited to be part of this project.