«Non formal participatory spaces for inclusive school learning»
Is an educational project that aims to provide all participants with an experience of participation, training, analysis and reflection on inclusive non-formal learning spaces (ENFA) not only as a solution to a problem of social exclusion of the school child community, but also as a way of learning values and transversal skills within regulated school education.
Non-formal education is that which is received in places of daily life and social relationships such as schoolyards, parks and sports spaces.
The subject who receives it becomes an actor in their education process and that of others. In an inclusive non-formal education space, children will benefit from living with different experiences and learning from them and will allow:
Reduce early school leaving (AET) derived from social exclusion that affects groups at risk of exclusion, especially people with disabilities, in ENFA.
Promote equal opportunities for girls and boys through inclusive leisure.
Improve knowledge of subjects and transversal skills (mathematics, history, co-responsibility, initiative, etc.) through educational and participatory activities in the ENFA.
Awareness and visibility of the importance and richness that diversity brings to the community and the environment.
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