As part of the TOY for Inclusion project, we made a short video on the ECEC Play Hubs. The video captures some of the stories and experiences of children, parents and practitioners in the various countries involved in the project.
The TOY partner, Hellenic Open University – Daissy group, successfully presented the TOY Online Course and the TOY approach in general at the infoday “Learning From Generation to Generation”, organised by the Municipal Art Gallery of Larissa.
Read more about it here.
On 19 November 2018, on the eve of Universal Children’s Day, TOY for Inclusion shared its mid-term results during an international event held by TOY for Inclusion in Ghent, Belgium. Thanks to the work of local communities and professionals, the TOY for Inclusion Play Hubs became the gateway to kindergarten and school for many Romani children in seven European countries.
We are glad to launch the TOY for Quality Programme!
Do you bring older adults and young children together in your service or organisation or would you like to do this? Are you interested in improving the quality of your intergenerational learning practice?
If the answer to any of these questions is ‘yes’, then the TOY for Quality Programme is for you!