• May 07, 2018

 

The Associazione L’Arca di Noè Onlus from Monza is the Italian partner of the European project “ESY - Easy School for Young Students” which is co-funded by the European Union under the Erasmus + 2014-2020 program.

The project “ESY - Easy School for Young Students” promotes the exchange of expertise among the four partner organizations which comprise Sport and Thought, Football as Therapy (UK), Associazione L’Arca di Noè Onlus (Italy), European Institute for Local Development (Greece) and AENIE (Portugal) and is directly involved in preventing and combating school drop-out, through innovative approaches based on non-formal education.

In particular, within the framework of the project, a transnational training course will be organized this June in London for the staff of the partner organizations in order to present the model of the English leader "Sport & Thought, Football As Therapy" which uses football as an educational instrument to help children in need to complete their studies.

"Our Association", said the President Maria Teresa Caruselli "participates in the European project with its own initiative" Special Educational Needs: Fears and school retirement” launched in 2014 in collaboration with training institutes and schools of the Province of Monza and Brianza".

“On Friday, April 20, at the launch of the European project"continues Professor Caruselli," the European partners will visit the Istituto Mosè Bianchi and the IPSSEC Adriano Olivetti in Monza for a practical demonstration of our model and the results achieved and as an opportunity to discuss with institutions, schools, local associations, students and families on the issue of early school leaving ".

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