Insula College is a comprehensive school of Christian nomination and part of the H3O foundation, which includes different institutions, amongst which several primary schools. It has 1100 pupils of different backgrounds from Dordrecht and its surroundings. Internationalisation for pupils and staff is a main goal in the school policy. We want to equip our pupils with skills for a future which is unknown because of the rapid development of new technologies, robotics and digitalisation, an unknowable future. Insula offers and develops multi-level teaching to suit the needs of every pupil. Insula College has 80 teachers and 30 staff members. It is situated in Dordrecht, which surrounded by large rivers and close to Rotterdam, a metropole with an international focus. Our school offers its pupils an opportunity for an international career, as it has embedded the Proficiency Accept Anglia certificates in its curriculum. To become more international we want to offer the Goethe-certificate for our German learners and also the Delf certificate for our French learners in future. Since 2008 our school has been developing international policy in a professional way, catering for exchanges with Spain and Germany. During these exchanges, pupils work together in international teams, building language skills and science competences, sharing the results of their cooperation with other pupils. In this new Erasmus+ KA229 project, we would like to expand this way of working together and learning, teaming up with schools in Croatia, Denmark and Sweden. Our school has been working with an official peer tutor and peer leader programme to encourage pupils to learn from each other for a number of years now. A major renovation of the school in 2016 has created a modern rich learning environment in which pupils and teachers can develop education of the future, as described by 'Platform Onderwijs 2032', a modern school should provide opportunities for pupils to develop their skills and deepen their knowledge based on their capacities and interests. Our school still needs to create space for entrepreneurship in education, to help motivate our pupils, and have pupils take charge of their learning process. As a universum school, a special focus is placed on science and technology, using a network of schools and universities to collaborate. A further stimulus for pupils is provided by the participation in annual national contests in several science subjects. Job shadowing in our partner schools in the current KA1 project will undoubtedly help prepare the way for an even more effective cooperation with these partners in this new KA2 project. The staff involved in this KA2 project: Marien Smits, principal, Karin Schilders and Karin Paarlberg, international coordinators, a team of enthusiastic teachers with experience in internationalization as back-up (our Expert Group Internationalization) and Greetje Kranenburg, our experienced science coordinator from our former KA2 project.