Restarting from quality education
The doors of the new Primavera section have opened in Teramo thanks to FA.C.E.
In a particularly difficult time like the one we are experiencing, the opening of a Primavera section takes on an even more significant and important value for all our communities and especially for that of Teramo.
The attention to the school and the new generations represent the basis of true sustainable development, the only possible development for communities.
In fact, our future passes through children, citizens of today and builders of the future with us.
The FA.C.E.-Farsi Comunità Educanti project is a concrete example of this: a long process of co-planning between institutions, schools and third sector associations that led to the important milestone of the opening of the first Primavera section in the Teramo area.
A requalified space within scuola dell'infanzia De Albentiis, designed to accommodate children of 24 to 36 months who do not attend the facilities or who do not find a spot in infant-toddler centers and preschools of the city.
The inauguration event was attended by Giovanni Cavallari, Deputy Mayor with the mandate for School Construction, Andrea Core, Councillor for Education of the Municipality of Teramo, Lia Valeri, Principal of Istituto Comprensivo Zippilli-Lucidi and, online from Reggio Emilia, representatives from the Lead Partner Fondazione Reggio Children-Centro Loris Malaguzzi who brought greetings from the President Carla Rinaldi.
The Primavera section is the second pilot action realized thanks to the FA.C.E. project – selected by Con I bambini and led by Fondazione Reggio Children - which for over two years has seen a network of local partners collaborating in the city of Teramo including Istituto Comprensivo Zippilli Noè Lucidi, the Municipality of Teramo and the associations Teramo Children and Deposito Dei Segni.
FA.C.E. – Farsi Comunità Educanti
The project FA.C.E aims to increase access to educational services for children aged 0/6 years in order to fight educational poverty in four Italian areas characterised by fragile contexts. It sets up participatory paths and educational services with local institutions and communities.
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