Europe and the world is transforming so rapidly that some underprivileged children, for various reasons, are often not able to catch up with the developments and adapt accordingly so they fall behind and as a result they present low educational performance and are vulnerable as regards early school leaving.
An important common need of the school partners of the YOYO Consortium and the schools across Europe is to tackle the educational needs of the refugee children arriving in the European schools with an unprecedented and unexpected massive influx of refugees. First of all we need to deal with the trauma that the war, the uprooting, the long and tough trip away from home through Turkey to Europe and whatever else they have experienced in a traumatic way for instance the loss of beloved ones have caused.
The partner schools will develop and disseminate the good pedagogical practices for tackling this crucial situation that has been formed.
The school’s participating in this project are: 1st Primary School of Rafina Greece, Maria Regina College St. Paul’s Bay Primary Malta, 1st Primary School of Rafina Greece, Osnovna škola Tituša Brezovačkog Zagreb Croatia, and İZMİR – FOÇA – Gerenköy İlkokulu Turkey.
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