School after hours

„School after hours”

equal opportunities for children with special educational needs

The main goal of the project is to increase the activity and independence of students with special educational needs in the Preschool and School Complex in Żychlin. Access to innovative education, ensuring equal opportunities for students participating in the project, and reducing barriers and disparities in access to school education services.

 

Creating a space for teachers participating in the project to develop their pedagogical competences through inspiration and establishing bonds with Norwegian teachers.

DEVELOPMENT
Access to innovative education, ensuring equal opportunities for students participating in the project, and reducing barriers and disparities in access to school education services.
FUN TIME
The project will cover about 30 children from classes I-VI, aged 7-12, with opinions about dyslexia, perceptual deficits, sensory problems, symptoms of Asperger's syndrome, ADHD, deficits in cognitive processes and symptoms of autism. It is planned to conduct 21 different extracurricular activities.
EDUCATION
Meetings and consultations for parents.
SHARING EXPERIENCES
Organizing meetings with other teachers from the school to share experiences and knowledge gained.
SUPPORT
Organization of a conference in Żychlin and showing support for knowledge development of the local community.
INSPIRATION
Supporting the competences of educators by getting acquainted with the Norwegian approach to education and working with children with special needs.
COMPETENCE DEVELOPMENT
Participation of teachers in the ICDP and COS course; visits to Norwegian kindergartens and schools; observation of working methods; participation in a workshop on self-development; and the exchange of experience and knowledge during an organized conference in Oslo.

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Information about funding

An after-classes School – equal opportunities for children with special educational needs’ benefits from €68,471 in EEA funding from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.

Its goal is to increase the activity and independence of students with special educational needs in the Preschool and School Complex in Żychlin.

Access to innovative education, ensuring equal opportunities for students participating in the project, and reducing barriers and disparities in access to school education services.