Get Your School Involved

Are you a teacher who wants to bring the subject of 'Europe' to life in your lessons? Did a colleague or student tell you about the EYP? Did you end up here by accident? No matter the reason, we're glad to have captured your attention.

 

On this page, you'll be able to find the most recent version of the Teacher Guide to EYP. This guide has been put together by teachers who appreciated the impact of EYP on their students, so much so that they have remained consistently involved for several years. These are mostly useful for bringing EYP to the classroom, and the most recent version can be found here.

 

Teachers are an incredibly important part of the EYP ecosystem; without their faith and support, we wouldn't be able to bring together hundreds of school students together each year. We make sure that our flagship events include a Teachers' Programme over the course of the session, giving us an opportunity to explain how our organisation works in depth and to thank them directly. If you are a teacher and you are interested in getting your school involved in the work and events of EYPUK, feel free to get in touch with us via email at info@eypuk.co.uk.

Contact

Information

European Youth Parliament UK

Liverpool Town Hall

High Street

Liverpool

L2 3SW

Registered educational charity

no. 1029243

Email: info@eypuk.co.uk

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EYP

The European Youth Parliament is one of the largest platforms for political debate, intercultural encounters, European civic education and the exchange of ideas for young people in Europe.

EYPUK

The European Youth Parliament United Kingdom (EYPUK) is a leading non-partisan organisation that provides non-formal education for young people on a wide range of political issues facing the UK and Europe. 

EYP National Committees

The EYP is a network of independent youth organisations active in 40 countries across Europe. Each independent youth organisation is known as a National Committee.

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