The PASSAGE project aims to develop innovative and urgently needed solutions to ensure that newly-arrived children of third-country national background receive sufficient support in entering school life.
The main activities and outputs of the project are divided into five Work Packages:
Work Package 1: Mapping of current needs and practices
through desk and primary research in order to analyse the existing situation and identify key challenges that school systems face in the educational integration of newly arrived children of third-country national background.
Work Package 2: Capacity Building and Training
of teachers, students, and stakeholders through face to face and online courses on effective methodologies, teaching techniques, activities and tools that aim at creating an more inclusive learning environment.
Work Package 3: Design of educative resources and toolkit
for school educators on how to create and sustain culturally sensitive and inclusive school systems that foster educational integration.
Work Package 4: Development of Policy Recommendations
for policy and decision makers at all levels, seeking to establish a set of minimum requirements for the effective transition of newly arrived children from reception to education.
Work Package 5: Awareness Raising and Dissemination
of the project’s approach and methodology to a wide range of key actors and stakeholders in an effort to strengthen inclusiveness in educational approaches and promote culturally diverse school systems.
Project Duration: 25 months
Project Start: 01/01/2021
Project End: 23/01/2023
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