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School Programme for Children Well-Being and Outdoor Learning

Project Number : 2020-1-FR01-KA226-SCH-095420



  • 01Cercle Augustin d'Hippone (E10159047-France) (COORDINATOR)
  • 02Avrupa Yenilikçi Toplum Derneği (E10258369-Turkey)
  • 03Sc Psihoforworld (E10192553-Romania)
  • 04Namoi (E10191817-Russian Federation)
  • 05 International Institute of Applied Psychology and Human Sciences associazione culturale (E10061723-Italy)
  • 06 Diefthinsi Protobatmias Ekpaidefsis Ftiotidas (E10105775-Greece)
  • 07 Branko Pesic - Primary school and school for adult education (E10051065-Serbia)



Physical Education (PE) problems have become one of priorities in Europe and one of the most serious public health problems of the 21st century. This trend in children is alarming, as it has grown steadily and is a warning to future generations. Lack of PE for children is strongly associated with several risk factors such as cardiovascular disease, orthopaedic problems, mental disorders related to poor school performance and lack of confidence. This situation leads to many people not wanting to participate actively in the society around them. COVID-19 has dramatically turned this problem into a crisis. Our research found that students active in sport aged 14- and 16-year-olds who exercised regularly are less likely to develop depression. The relationship between movement and brain health is so clear that the WHO recommends an hour a day of moderate exercise for students in primary and secondary scholars. Yet, across our schools and associations the PE is far away from the WHO suggestions. However, across our regions PE teachers are not familiar with teaching PE online which is the gap that must be filled. This project aims to pilot an initiative that fosters self-care and healthy mindset in digital era. This project will equip secondary school teachers with competences through online courses from one side, and will initiate peer-education between students from the other side. Designed as cross-sectoral strategic partnership this project will bring together representatives from the formal education(schools), representatives from the non-formal education (training centers) and representatives from the digital business world(IT company) to deliver innovative digital learning pathway in the field of School education.


1- Support and help the development of human rights education, tolerance and humanitarian values through formal - non formal and informal education for an effective and active citizenship.
2- To organize events and activities to make young Europeans - North Africans closer and give them opportunities to get to know each other and to work together on common matters
mainly cooperation, development and human rights issues.
3- Broadcast and teach the sense of economics and social initiatives, social entrepreneurship.
4- Participate to the development of economic cooperation between the north and the south in the framework of skills and expertise sharing.
5- Encourage the dialogue between the western countries and the mediterranean - North African countries.
6- Develop and strengthen civil society actors’ skills and capabilities.
7- Follow the associations and/or projects in the framework of social and solidarity economics.
8- Empower local and economical projects development which is a main factors in creation of activities that generate returned and social development.
9- Fight extremism in all its forms.