What is the AmbAssador Schools Programme?

An annual programme of accreditation open to all secondary schools and colleges in the UK and the EU.

It enables students to learn more about European parliamentary democracy, organise and take part in practical activities related to the EU, and engage with their community and Members of the European Parliament.

WhY Should You Sign Up?

discuss how it would work in your school or college

“It was really empowering to show people the various ways that you can be involved in influencing political decisions, rather than a default onto protesting and political activism, showing that political discourse can be influenced through a nuanced debate on science policy as much as through a placard.”

— Charlotte Richer, Senior Ambassador,
The Cherwell School

“We had a lot of independence to research and I found out a lot. I feel like it’s really going to help me to understand the EU and the European Parliament.
Being part of the EPAS programme was really helpful to broaden my knowledge of how politics works in different countries and the EU; just a really fun scheme and I really, really enjoyed it.”

— Gabi, Junior Ambassador,
Channing School

“The big benefit of [the Ambassador Schools programme] was the way the students approached it. I could stand off and leave them to it. I think that’s the excellent part: they came up with some incredible ideas, when you give them the framework of the tasks they need to complete.”

— Reece Nelson, Senior Ambassador
USP College


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    Europe Day Online Event

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  • Europe Day 2024 Celebration at Europe House

    Europe Day 2024 Celebration at Europe House

    On May 9th, 2024, the EPLO will celebrate Europe Day by hosting 10 UK schools for a series of enriching activities at Europe House, including EU expert talks, cultural experiences, and a European treasure hunt. Limited space is available and travel support is provided for schools outside London.


  • Trip to World Food Buffet

    Trip to World Food Buffet

    Oaklea Grange organised a trip to a World Food Buffet to try food of different cultures. We tried Sushi, Indian food, Tapas, Pasta, Welsh Cakes, Chinese food, Pizza. We rated our favourite foods and our favourite was Italian. We liked the way different cultures eat such little bit of lots of things, eating with chopsticks.…