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About the Project

Project Partnership

Strong young minds is a strategic partnership project focused on innovation in education, proposed by five organizations from Iceland, Spain, Portugal and Romania, from the fields of mental health and education.

Our Resources

Here we have information about the project, partners and the methods we use.

The projects handbook and the instructional videos.


I was involved in this project from day one.  I took part in all of the trans-international meetings and the training in Romania.  For me it was a great learning experience. I could feel both during the training and also during testings in schools that the curriculum is working.  The non formal method of teaching works really well for the activities and fits perfectly for the age group that we were focusing on.

Kristinn Heiðar • About the project, Hugarafl

I’m amazed to find out that there are so many activities and tools for us to use to improve our health.  Our own and our students health. Cause I’m a teacher. And my priority is to make them healthier as they are not very aware of being healthy.  Physically first and of course in their soul and mind.

Stefania • Teacher

Latest News

Here are reports about the transnational meetings we had during the project and the training we had in Romania.

Transnational meeting in Madrid, Spain (10/01/2017 – 14/01/2017)

December 5th, 2018|

First transnational meeting was held in Madrid, Spain 10th to 14th of January 2017. In total there were 12 participants from our organisations, 5 from Hugarafl Iceland, 2 from Minte Forte, Romania, 2 from

Transnational meeting in Setubal, Portugal (30/04/2018 – 03/05/2018)

December 4th, 2018|

The third and last transnational meeting in the Strong Young Minds project was held in Setubal, Portugal 30th April – 3rd of May 2018. There were 13 participants in the meeting and there was