Huawei’s mobile classroom visits schools across Europe

In Europe, children are growing up with the internet as a central part of their lives. They need to be supported by parents, schools and the tech industry to increase the levels of necessary skills to navigate the online world in a safe and productive manner.

Huawei’s SmartBus project provides an engaging, interactive and fun learning environment for children between the ages of 11 and 15, where they will develop their understanding of what constitutes online well-being.

The SmartBus is a fully accessible, mobile interactive classroom, which travels onsite to schools throughout Europe, delivering an evidence-based educational programme focused on cyber bullying, online safety and data privacy.


Two SmartBuses are visiting schools in Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain and Portugal from September 2019 to Spring 2020.

The SmartBus tour of Belgium launched at Freinetschool het Wijdeland in St Truiden, near Limburg, Belgium, on 4 October, whilst the kick-off event for the Netherlands took place on 28 October. This SmartBus is scheduled to visit over 50 schools in the two countries before the end of 2019.

The SmartBus travelling through Iberia for five months has been on the road since 23 September and will visit some 25,000 pupils and their families and teachers in 7 Autonomous Regions: Madrid, Aragon, Valencia, Andalusia, Catalonia, the Basque country and Galicia. It was launched at Josefa Amar y Borbón school in Zaragoza on 8 October.


If you are interested in the Huawei SmartBus visiting your school, email

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