Liceo Monjardín is a subsidized private school located in Pamplona, supported by the educational department of Navarra. Navarra is in northern Spain, Pamplona its capital. Although it is an industrial region, the local government is keen to encourage sustainable development, therefore much of the energy used in households is sustainable energy from solar panels, wind mills etc. Our students range from 2 to 18 years old. We believe in educating our citizens for our local community as well as for the world. The school is run by the teachers. This is a new concept for the staff and all the teachers are involved directly in the development of the school, which is a source of great pride. The school has an extensive experience regarding ICT in the classroom. There are computer labs and data projectors as well as laptops for all teachers. As for languages, our students start learning English at an early age at nursery school and take both English and French at primary school. One of the major concerns of our school is working on the students' European identity. An Erasmus + project will help support this goal. Having taken part in a previous Erasmus+ project made us realise the importance of connecting with other European countries for both pupils and teachers. We had the chance of sharing culture, methodologies and knowledge at every mobility. We are glad that the partnership of the five former partners will continue, joined by Sweden, guaranteeing a resounding success. Laura Retegui Ruiz de Azagra will be the International Coordinator due to her coordination of the STEM project with the University. Eva Armendariz Ruiz, head of Science Department, will be science coordinator. They will be supported by the Innovation Manager and former Science Coordinator Amaia Álvarez de Luis as well as by many other teachers. Recently we have seen in our students how scientific interest has highly decreased, especially in women. At the same time, the skills required in society are continuously changing; we must teach our students tools to adapt their learning at school to any future working environment. In both situations, we have been trying to redevelop our teaching. We have been implementing P&G BL (Project & Game Based Learning) and STEM methodologies. Two years ago we started teaching students robotics. Last year, we expanded the experience to year four and primary school. In our school, we aspire to integrated and transversal learning and this subject allows us to launch this initiative giving us the opportunity of linking different subjects as Physics, Philosophy Maths or English but also enabling students to relate the concepts they learn at school to real applications. We're setting up a collaboration with the Public University of Navarra that will enable our oldest students to explore the universitary world. Last but not least, service learning is a key methodology as our primary students are supported and taught by the secondary ones.