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Welcome to the most inspiring part of our website. Please take a look at these great examples of open schools. 

Schools can count on support around curriculum, pedagogy and assessment. There will be given guidelines and advices on different issues such as staff development, redesigning time, and partnerships with for instance; local industries, businesses, research centres, parents and policy makers. Finally, schools can count on a range of possible implementation models and a database full of existing ‘open school’ projects. In this project, these projects are called ‘accelerators’ and they will contribute to the transformation to an open school of participating schools.

If you have an activity or project that you think might fit into OSOS, please share it with us. Find more
information about sharing inspiring projects at the bottom of this page.


Music of Science

A very innovative and interdisciplinary field of activity is rapidly developing, namely sonification of scientific data. It is a joint work of scientists and sound…

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Lighting on demand in public and outdoor sports areas

In many towns and cities, lighting systems have not been updated over the last few decades; on the other side, technological improvements have been huge.…

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Learning Science Through Theater (LSTT)

The main aim of the Learning Science Through Theatre (LSTT) approach is to give the opportunity to primary and high school students to stage a…

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The cemetery app

How are learners motivated to know more about history of their own city? In Spain, learners visited an ancient cemetery in their city. They have…

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The School Garden

A school garden, an organic school garden, offers a place to enrich teaching efforts with powerful hands-on activities and experiences that make learning come alive,…

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Dark Skies Rangers Global Initiative

The international project and accelerator Dark Skies Rangers (DSR) aims to create a network of OSOS schools that will combat the problem of light pollution,…

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Inspiring Engineering – From Nature to Community

The students will meet people with special needs (disabilities) from their community, learn about their daily life and together they will find a problem they…

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the Heerbeek Open School College

  Please take a few minutes to see and hear how the Heerbeek College is transferred into an open school. The Heerbeek College is a…

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Greener Greens?

Are the food choices we make sustainable? This is a collection of student inquiry-based research projects that are designed to question ethical and sustainability issues surrounding…

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Friendly Cities 4All

 “Friendly Cities 4All” aims to promote civic awareness in the field of urban accessibility. Teenagers and people with disabilities map their surroundings (sharing the results…

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Debate Competition

School communities need to go beyond, make the next step and start to really cultivate and encourage skills for the next century. Our teachers and…

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CERN masterclass

  A very innovative and interdisciplinary field of activity is rapidly developing, namely sonification of scientific data. It is a joint work of scientists and…

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Carbon Tree

This activity consists of two parts. In the first part the Carbon tree simulation ( is used to study how pine binds carbon dioxide from…

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Carbon detective in transport

Could you change your journey to school so that you produce less CO2? In this activity pupils explore how we contribute to CO2 emission as…

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Bottled Stories

There are many abandoned places, but where are they? Although we might think they are far away from the cities, the reality is that many…

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Sharing inspiring projects

OSOS activities are an essential part of the project, as they provide schools with innovative practices with the Open Schooling culture. If you have an activity or project that you think might fit into OSOS, you can send it to us so that we can evaluate it to be an OSOS Accelerator.

This is an international project that is being carried out simultaneously in a total of 12 countries at both European and non-European level. Because of this reason, we are gathering practices from anywhere in the world. This is the procedure:

Fill in this online form with your activity data and specifications. We ask you for some information to contact you later, as well as basic information and specs about your proposal. We will evaluate the submitted proposals and make a selection of the most interesting activities for being OSOS Accelerators. We will send a template to its creators so that they can write down more detailed information about the activity. We will need this document to share it with the teachers, so we need to know some detailed information (like what do you have in mind, how you want to develop the activity, what do you need, etc.)

This process is opened for the whole OSOS Project (2017-2020), so you can submit your proposal whenever you want. University of Deusto is in charge of this task, so don’t hesitate to contact them at or at if you need any support.


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