Kildegaard School is a great place to learn and a great place to be. We create communities where children develop academically, socially and personally. We emphasize learning environments that challenge the individual and provide room for everyone. We focus on children to succeed in a democratic society in constant change. Kildegaard school is situated in Herlev, part of Denmark's capital Copenhagen. In 2011 Kildegaard School emerged with the neighbour school. The school is located on 2 properties with 1 1⁄2 miles distance. The school has an integrated teaching section and after-school centre. There are after-school centers for pupils from preschool class - 3rd grade and leisure clubs for pupils from 4thgrade - 6th grade. The students from 7th grade can go to a youth club. There are approx. 1100 pupils from preschool class – 10th grade, 6 leaders for the teaching section and 3 leaders of the leisure section, 95 teachers, 40 pedagogues and the technical and administrative staff consist of 15 people. The school is divided into sections. At the east department, we have preschool class – 6th grades. At the west department, we have preschool class – 10th grades. In 7th grade all the students are gathered at the west department and the formation of the new classes is made. Students come from different backgrounds and qualifications. There is a group of relatively financially solid families who make up about 1/3, but there are also a large number of students who come from a background where families are characterized by various challenges. It may be unemployment, mental and physical illness or divorce. There are approx. 25% of students from different ethnic backgrounds, mostly with Arabic, Turkish or other Middle Eastern backgrounds. Our motivation for joining this project is to fortify the science dimension at our school. Our pupils and staff have had a huge outcome from the former Erasmus+ project. By joining the project would help the STEM subjects to become integrated in the whole school. The international coordinator, Hendra Larsen, will be in charge of this project on a day-to-day basis, keeping in close contact with the legal representative, Hanne Jensen, the principal. Kildegaard school has already found three enthusiastic science-coordinators, Philipp Riemann, Flemming Lerche-Black and Peter Rasmussen to help make this project a success! There are enough teachers already involved to ensure that in case of someone leaving, the responsibilities will be taken over by another staff member.