To develop safe and supportive Child-Friendly Spaces in the Zaatari Refugee Camp which can be freely and securely accessed by children who are not able to access school.
Child Friendly Spaces in Refugee camps are learning spaces:
- for children who through their own circumstances are not able to access schools
- with different models of learning dependant on the needs of the children
- that encourage children’s continuing academic development
- where children feel supportive
- that offer mobile education in spaces that are safe, welcoming, friendly and accessible for children and can be set up at anytime
- where children can safely and freely access online learning any time of the day 24/7 without being victimised, bullied or harassed
- where Educators are supported professionally and are committed to the needs of each child
- that develop the child (and teacher’s) learning spaces including the:
- eSpace, and
- space beyond the classroom.
The Child-Friendly Spaces in the Zaatari Refugee Camp are also for children that do attend school and are keen to extend their learning.
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