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Minimising national inequities and support of social inclusion via primary school activities


Minimising national inequities and support of social inclusion via primary school activities The project was implemented by the Primary school in Kružlová and in surrounding villages - Kapišová, Dlhoňa and Vápeník in 2014-2016. The main project activity was including facts about Roma into the school curricula as a part of inclusive education. Teacher training in this area, as a part of the project, was implemented in cooperation with the State Pedagogical Institute.
Other project activities aimed at limiting national inequity and support of social inclusion. They consisted of various extra-curricular activities with support of community and citizens from the region. These activities reinforce social and economic cohesion at regional and local level, and specifically in relation to the Roma population:
  • environment: the goal of these activities was to lead students and parents to protection of the environment, elimination of illegal dumping and restoring vegetation in the neighborhood, as well as to set up an eco-classroom in the school park,
  • culture and sport: activities with pupils and parents to strengthen social inclusion and presentation of minority cultures, mainly Ruthenian and Roma festival,
  • gastronomy: presentation and preparation of typical Roma and Ruthenian cousine.

  • Minimising national inequities and support of social inclusion via primary school activities The preparation of these activities actively engaged all students of the school, all school staff, local community and volunteers. The project had a regional character, it involved pupils and residents of several neighbouring villages.

    Beneficiaries of the project:
    pupils and teachers at primary school, parents, community members, Roma minority


    Project promoter:
    Primary school Kružlová

    Place
    Kružlová

    More information:
    www.zskruzlova.edupage.org/text8
    Minimising national inequities and support of social inclusion via primary school activities