Day One in Europe
With this project, we’re not letting language be a barrier for children to feel included. We are showing ways to communicate through music, food, writing and play and allowing children to showcase their own culture and who they are.
Training Held: Valuing mother tongues for the inclusion of allophone pupils in schools 6-12 years old
The main mission of the DAY ONE IN EUROPE project is to promote the inclusion of migrant children through exploring native languages and cultures. Partners
The aim of the “lunch box” is to link the food and the acquisition of the host country’s language, as well as to enrich children’s