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Project launch with great aspirations

Dec 17, 2020 | News

A motivated PINC project team has met for the first time in December 2020 online to kick-off the project. While health restrictions made physical travel to the coordinating University of Murcia impossible, PINC partners have launched the project notwithstanding with great motivation and aspiration.

The common objective of the team is to promote inclusion and participation at play moments for all pupils in school breaks and at leisure time activities. The partner organisations from Spain, Greece, Czech Republic, Belgium and Italy will develop a series of theoretical and practical guides for future teachers/sports coaches and test them with students. Together, these guides will build a comprehensive training programme apt to provide students of educational/sports sciences with all skills they need to facilitate play and active games for all children, no matter if with or without disabilities.

Have you become curious to learn more on inclusive education and play for all? Get in touch with PINC’s project coordinator from the University of Murcia: Olga Rodríguez Ferrán,