Our Trainings

School Education

Animal Welfare in the classroom

Animal welfare is of increasing concern in contemporary society.
There are a lot of things that affect our planet and environment around us in a bad way, but the good thing is that everyone can help to reduce them and do their bit for the environment. Children and young people are the key figures for a better future of animals. All relevant studies and action plans of the European Union emphasise the need for a broader education and the creation of awareness in the public on existing animal protection problems.
Assuming responsibilities which result in an improvement of people-animal relations is especially durable if knowledge is transferred to children.

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Addressing Discrimination in

School Matters

Discrimination occurs when people are treated unequally or less favorably than others because of some real or perceived characteristic. Legislation in the UK and other EU countries prohibits discrimination in education and supports inclusive education. The EU countries also have obligations under international human rights law to provide inclusive education for all children. Finding ways to fight or prevent discrimination is essential to ensuring students’ educational opportunity.

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Addressing Diversity and Equality

in classroom

To create a positive environment where students and teachers are respectful of different backgrounds, schools have to be proactive. Schools should strive to create an environment where all children feel valued and all children can learn. This training aims to help schools create and sustain a welcoming and inclusive environment for pupils and parents from all backgrounds and ensure equal access for all. This course takes a refreshing look at the subject of equal opportunities with an interactive sessions that aims to encourage a greater understanding of the subject.

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Address European Mobility

The course takes into account forced migration and labour migration as well as additional resources a school should have and the benefits of partnership working to support newly arrived children. Through a combination of methodology sessions, case studies, practical activities in the field and visits to local schools, you will examine the critical relationship between educational establishments and NGOs in supporting children from migrant background.Participants will get an insight into a range of issues affecting migrant children and explore ways to address the multitude of barriers they may face.

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Racism, Prejudice, and


The training will be of interest to those wishing to develop knowledge and skills to support effective anti discriminatory practice and promises to provide many practical and thought provoking examples. This course takes a refreshing look at the subject of discrimination and equality with an interactive session that aims to encourage a greater understanding of the subject.

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Understanding the UK

Education System

This 7 days study visit will address a need of European education establishments to increase their capacity to operate at EU/international level and learn about the education systems and pedagogical methods used in the UK schools, including support of students from disadvantaged background, and, thus, develop their own professional skills. The British Education System is very different to that of the rest of the world. The participants will get an insight into how schools in the UK operates, leading to new teaching ideas and improvement.

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Development and

Implementation of Erasmus+


Erasmus + programme offers a unique opportunity to obtain education, training, development and work experience in another European country and beyond, both inside and outside the classroom.
Benefits include personal and professional development, the opportunity to broaden cultural horizons, boost confidence, develop language skills and many more.

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New Approaches in

Teaching Math

The training course aims to introduce a unique maths programmes and approaches used in the UK schools, including Oxford developed methods.
This approach recognises the importance of maths in our daily lives and helps our children to learn the skills of numeracy, geometry and measure that can be used in everyday life, to develop problem-solving and reasoning skills that are so vital in day-to-day life and to develop thinking skills.

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Learning in the

Natural Environment

Every child should be given the opportunity to experience and learn about the natural environment.
Despite increasingly robust evidence demonstrating the benefits of childhood experiences taking place in nature, recent surveys show that the vast majority of our children are rapidly losing connection with their local natural environments.
Children from deprived communities are particularly disadvantaged.

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Support for Children

with Special Educational Needs

Teaching children with special educational needs (SEN) will present teachers with some unique and distinctive challenges.
These students will demand more of teacher’s time and patience as well as they require specialised strategies in a structured environment to support and enhance their learning potential.
Children with SEN need differentiated approach tailored to their distinctive learning abilities.

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Helping Schools Stay Safe

Dealing with violent extremism is nothing new. Throughout history there have been groups prepared to use violence to achieve their aims.
Today’s Europe faces different threats.
A small minority seek to radicalise young people with an ideology which justifies the use of violence through a distorted interpretation of a peaceful religion.

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