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FIRST MEETING IN PEDRO I SCHOOL (BARBASTRO, SPAIN)

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The meeting was the first in a series of gatherings to be held between the four partners. Being the first meeting, none of the countries had previously met nor worked together so it was deemed appropriate for only staff to attend the meeting.  We were all so excited and a bit nervous, we looked forward to meeting each other and we felt like working together in the project. Teachers from Croatia and Latvia flew on Sunday (5th November) to Barcelona and then they went to Barbastro by bus where local teachers were waiting for them.
DAY ONE: 6th November
After a short welcome by teachers and the principal in Pedro I school, partners met in Pedro I library to organize and start work. 
Firs of all, the participating teachers made a presentation of their country, school, and in some cases, some local traditions, etc. It was so curious to know some things about every participant.
Afterwards, teachers started their project discussion. The teachers’ workshop began by introducing the objectives of…

CUESTIONARIO PARA LOS ALUMNOS DEL CEIP PEDRO I

Necesitamos vuestra ayuda para llevar a cabo nuestro proyecto ERASMUS +: BEHAVE.
Es importante para el proyecto conocer qué opináis sobre el ambiente que habitualmente podemos encontrar en nuestro centro.
Así, os pedimos que contestéis con sinceridad a las siguientes preguntas que encontraréis haciendo click en el siguiente enlace:
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¡MUCHAS GRACIAS POR TU COLABORACIÓN!

TRAINING IS ALREADY STARTING...

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Maja Maček, the Croatian special needs teacher, has been on the traininig "PROVIDING PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORT FOR MIGRANT CHILDREN IN SCHOOL". Next November, she will share her experience with all the teachers involved in the project. Here you can find some important aspects we would like to share with you.
Specific difficulties migrants children are facing
• From the countries they are coming : violence, exile, family lost, traumas caused by fear, lack of food and,…
• Travel routs: by foot or by boat, facing weather conditions on the way, possible death, coming without legal documents, increase possibility for human trafficking 
• Countries of their first residence: bad living conditions, low quality of life 
• Cultural problems: language barrier, different eating habits, they need to accept new culture and maintain their own, stigmatization of the society 

Why is important  to accept migrant children and to work with them? • Refugee crises are rarely quickly solved – nearly 20 years s…