Schools 4 Inclusion
Early in January, the project team finalised ‘The Inclusive Education Guidelines’. These guidelines, aim to provide an effective strategy for schools to develop and enhance inclusive environments for those children of migrant backgrounds, have been translated into Spanish, Portuguese, Romanian and Greek and will be shared online shortly.
The guidelines have been used alongside further research, conducted at the end of 2020, that captured the challenges and needs of migrant children as they relate to inclusive education. The project is now in the process of developing an online toolkit and recruiting three Titan schools to pilot this in the next academic year.
Schools4Inclusion is a European project funded by the European Commission’s Erasmus + program, comprising five countries and six partners across Europe.
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United in Diversity
Due to Covid-19 and the ongoing lockdown measures across Europe, dissemination activities for the United in Diversity project have unfortunately been limited to virtual engagement. The transnational exchange activities that were due to take place were cancelled but we will be rearranging these as soon as it is safe to do so – hopefully in the not-too-distant future!
The European project team has continued to meet and have initiated plans to collect school resources to build a library of activities for school staff and teachers. This resource library will include teaching methods and tools related to the European themes and we would like to extend our thanks to Aston University Engineering Academy for their initial support on this.
Confident Resilient Children (CRC) Project
Delivery of the Choices Programme took place in the Autumn term and though the Covid-19 situation and current lockdown has unfortunately interrupted delivery of the project in the first part of this term, Titan and the project team continue to adapt to the challenges of the current climate. Contingency planning has been extensive, and we are pleased to confirm that delivery will continue with Years 5 and 6 pupils following their return to school in March