Students of hospital and sanatorium schools in Poland and schools in European countries from which teachers are members of HOPE.
We invite you to participate in the first edition of the international art competition.
THIS THOROUGH TOPIC: “The world through child’s eyes“
Please send the works to the following address:
Primary School No. 38 Special
ul. Ks. K. Damrot 33
The deadline for submitting works: 1/03/2018 to 30/04/2018.
We would like to kindly invite you to participate in the 1st All Russian Conference of educational specialists, parents’ community and volunteers from Russian hospital schools and general education institutions working with children undergoing long-term treatment in hospitals – CARING SCHOOL.
The Conference will be organized by the Project ‘UchimZnaem” of the innovative platform “Creation and implementation of educational environment for schoolchildren who undergo long-term treatment in hospitals”.
The Conference organizers are also: Department of Education of the City of Moscow; Dmitry Rogachev National Center of Pediatric Hematology, Oncology and Immunology; Russian Children’s Clinical Hospital; National Scientific and Practical Center of Children’s Health of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation; “School № 109”, Moscow; National Society of Pediatric Hematologists and Oncologists in collaboration with Samsung Headquarters in Russia with support of Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation; Ministry of Health and Social Development of the Russian Federation; Federal Service for Supervision in Education and Science.
The Conference will be an international forum for teachers, educators, psychologists, researchers and practitioners to exchange the latest research, results and ideas on the following topic areas:
– Possible ways of developing the educational environment for children undergoing long-term medical treatment in hospitals;
– Examples of good practices in teaching children undergoing long-term medical treatment in hospitals;
– Leading physicians and educators’ views on the specific issues related to the development of the educational environment for children undergoing long-term medical treatment in hospitals
The Conference will be held on 6 -7 November, 2017 at Dmitry Rogachev National Center of Pediatric Hematology, Oncology and Immunology (1 Samora Mashel Str, Moscow).
The Conference Programme:
6 November – Plenary Sessions
7 November – Section Sessions and Workshops.
The working languages of the Conference are Russian and English.
To register for the conference, fill in the on-line form at http://www.caringschool.ru/
The deadline for registration is 5 October, 2017.
For further information (accommodation, Visa support), contact
Nataliya Kurikalova: firstname.lastname@example.org
The conference will be held in Athens, Greece on 27-29 October 2016.
The focus of the conference is to explore together how to raise the capabilities of the schools of today to be prepared for the challenges of the fully digital society of tomorrow.
Preview the preliminary program.
On 30/31 March 2017, Linn Dara School in partnership with Belfast Hospital School and Centre Soins-Études Pierre Daguet will host an international conference as part of our Erasmus Project ‘Developing a Transition Pathway Education Support Programme for Young People with Severe Mental Health Difficulties’.
We will celebrate excellence in the educational support of young people with mental health difficulties across the world in our inaugural international conference in the Davenport Hotel, Dublin. The conference will cross boundaries between the classroom and academia, between policy and practice, and between one nation and another.
All set in the heart of Dublin city centre, the conference will provide opportunities to meet colleagues and establish contacts, with time to share and discuss exciting ideas to use in your own practice.
A teacher in a hospital, mainstream, special school or alternative settings?
A school leader?
A policy maker?
Part of an organisation with a commitment to young people with mental health difficulties?