The educational process has economic and social role in the attainment of key competencies of Europe’s citizens essential to adapt flexibly to changes&working life. These abilities, promoted by EU member countries are essential for adult&form and a basis for further learning, too. The project answers need to improve these competences in the learning enviroment. One of the greatest enhancement to our lives and we take full advantage of it. The parents who are in struggle for existence&carier often neglect the children not having enough time to listen them, share joy&sorrow and guide them. Often the virtual world is children’s refuge feeling that Internet can make their life easier and empowered. Being liked, rewarded in games, feeling equal and filling empty time fills the void of adolescents with deficient offline social skills. Approaching social’s and civics’ EU key competences is a need for our students to understand that they can attain personal and social well-being through a healthy lifestyle along with personal, interpersonal and intercultural abilities and include behaviors essential to take part in and efficient and constructive way of social and working life. Attaining these civic competences will lead them to engage efficiently with others in public domain and show solidarity and interest in problem-solving affecting local and wider community. On the other hand, there is opportunity the enthusiastic Social Media to be used for educational purposes. Various applications like Web 2.0 may be used in educational area, based on utilization of collective intelligence, which for many students are more natural learning environment than school, where they feel motivated and comfortable to explore, discover, invent, create and perform tasks. Additionally, the social networks give opportunity to teachers to share best practices and collaborate with many colleagues. With this partnership as European cooperation we want to make pupils aware of the need to rationality, effective and safely use of the Social Media and to prevent early school droping. The project promotes ‘learning to learn’ key competence which is a skill to organize one’s own learning, along with effective management of information and time. This involves one’s awareness of learning needs and process. Our pupils will gain, process and assimilate acknowledgement and skills, seek and utilize guidance. The students will get opportunity to understand the diversity of European cultures and values, will be prepared for global society founded on knowledge and intercultural dialog. With the international collaborative partnership will be achieved the objectives of this project. This pan-European collaboration will help us in finding best solutions for achievement of the objectives, based on the experience of each partner and country, which is impossible within a national partnership.