Yard4All

Using school’s yard for ALL children’s well-being and development

Project description

This project is focused on bringing together children with SEN and children without impairment, in a context of formal and non-formal education, offering innovative methodologies to enable success for all learners as well as a sense of belonging. The main goal of the project is to invest in the qualification of teaching & learning, setting up a network of inclusive schools and inclusive community organisations.

Expected outcomes of the project

The project foresees the following outcomes:

  • Open a digital platform – used as a communication platform, to share experiences, videos, pictures with the partners and stakeholders of the project; it will be used for creating an environment for practice exchange
  • Child-to-child peer support model – will be a one-to-one delivery program, either with pupils without impairments ‘matched’ with or assigned to a particular targeted group – pupils with SEN. The model will also allow addressing awareness sessions on issues as emotional competencies as self-esteem, confidence, emotional health, and well-being.
  • Business Marketing Guide for children – it will be offered a guide for using mathematics in the schoolyard, in order to improve the entrepreneurial skills
  • Guide to develop science concepts in the schoolyard – It will be used for boosting creativity, and matching the theoretical concepts with practice

Promoter

Agrupamento Escolas D. Carlos I 

Partners

Agrupamento de Escolas de Alfornelos, Portugal

Aproximar Cooperativa de Solidariedade Social, CRL, Portugal

Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, Portugal

Scoala Gimnaziala Nr.28, Bucharest, Romania

Formación para el Desarrollo y la Inserción, Sociedad Limitada, Spain

Association Des Flandres Pour L’Éducation Des Enfants Et Adolescents Inadaptés, France

Kezenfogva Osszefogas A Fogyatekosokert Alapitvany, Hungary

European Association for Social Innovation, Romania

Norges Teknisknaturvitenskapelige Universitet NTNU, Norway

Timeframe

 01/09/2019 – 31/08/2022 (36 months)

More information at: https://www.yard4all-project.org/

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