The Dutch version of the intergenerational experiment titled ‘Old Peoples Home for 4-Year-Olds’ is currently being broadcast on the Dutch national TV station NPO 1. The 4-part documentary series is called ‘Kleuters Tegen Kwalen’ or Toddlers preventing illness is following the same format as the original Channel 4 series which was a TV sensation in the UK in 2018.
The TOY for Inclusion project was chosen by DG Justice (Rights Equality and Citizenship Programme) as one of the two best practice project to be highlighted in their first ever newsletter.
It’s four thousand the total number of children involved in the TOY for Inclusion Play Hubs throughout Europe so far. In the next two years, TOY for Inclusion will open eight new Play Hubs and expand to two new countries.
We are happy to open the registrations for the new edition of the TOY Online Course.
After the very successful first edition of the course at the end of 2018, which saw the participation of hundreds of learners from all around the world, the new course will start on 4 March 2019.
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.