Funded by the European Union under Horizon Europe programme – Grant Agreement 101059425

What we do

What does “Let’s Care” mean? “Let’s Care” is an initiative that identifies factors affecting student security across individual, relational, community, and political levels, aiming to establish frameworks for Safe Learning, Safe Teaching, Safe Schools, and Safe Education.


A learning environment where students are free from physical, emotional, and online threats, enabling focused and undistracted knowledge acquisition.


An approach ensuring educators are equipped and supported to foster a protected and inclusive classroom atmosphere.


Educational institutions that prioritize physical security, anti-bullying measures, and a culture of respect and safety.


A principle integrating safety considerations into every level of the education system, ensuring well-being for all involved.

What is Let's Care Community

It is a project organization made of:

Community Board

2 members per country max – one from the project’s partners and one of an organization able to involve other schools.

Community of interests

A community composed by any institution, teacher, school, educators, Ph.D students, professors, interested in the project development.

The community of schools

The community of the schools piloting the project.

Pole schools and ambassadors

The schools with the label of Safe school, as reference point for the national schools.

Let’s Care community Network

A space where all the schools and teachers can be involved a European and national level. The network will be a centralized organization, with national branches.

To learn more about Let’s Care explore the website  and contact with us with your questions or comments, as well as join the Let’s Care HUB space here!

Participatory Action Research (PAR) approach in the project and co-creation

The Participatory action research (PAR) methodology is conceived within the LET’S CARE project as a cross-cutting tool, which is taken up from the very beginning of the project but it will be an action that will have repercussions on all the projects affecting the 4 Pillars (Safe learning, Safe teaching, Safe schools and safe education).

The co-creation process is composed of several elements, on the one hand all the communities foreseen in the project (DG, NCB, CoS, PMAB). On the other hand, the co-creative processes based on methodological spaces (workshops, meetings, thematic meetings, etc.).

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