InnoSchool Strengthening social innovation and entrepreneurial spirit of secondary schools’ students by using highly innovative Learning System

Open call for pilot


Open Call for Secondary Schools for InnoSchool Learning System Pilot



Second call for pilot

On the 1st of February 2020 a new open call for pilot was launched with the specific aim to openly promote the chance of all territorial secondary schools to take part in the InnoSchool Learning System (ILS) Pilot. Between the 1st of February and 31th of August 2020 the open call will be opened. 


11 project partners from 9 European countries are developing, and implementing a highly innovative Learning System in order to strengthen the ´social innovation and entrepreneurial spirit´ of secondary schools’ students (age 16-18 years). InnoSchool Learning System (ILS) combines traditional classroom-based learning methods with digital elements in order to better fit into the 21st century´s schools´ curricula. 

After developing the ILS, InnoSchool validates the achievements during pilot initiatives in 9 countries involving more than 90 teachers and reaching in total more than 1800 students. The participating schools receive (1) step-by-step guidance and training workshops for teachers in order to facilitate the ILS learning interactions; (2) the rights to use the entire InnoSchool Learning System (methodology for the traditional classroom activities and access to the web-based serious game on social entrepreneurship) free of charge.

Between 1 of June and October 31, 2019 we invite secondary schools to apply for participation in the InnoSchool Learning System (ILS) Pilot. Find out more information in your local language by clicking on your country:

Czech Republic
Romania (a short description about pilot participation in Romanian language)
Hungary (a short description about pilot participation in Hungarian language)
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Republic of Moldova 

Find out more about InnoSchool Learning System, its uniqueness and inclusive design here. 

Programme co-funded by European Union funds (ERDF, IPA, ENI)