KITE fighters – Kids and Teachers Fighting for Inclusion

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  • To assist pedagogues working with young people, with a focus on diversities, to strengthen social inclusion, and promote peer-to-peer communication and team building.
  • To equip teachers with tools to enhance their capability to support students, promoting their mental health/emotional intelligence development;
  • To enable teachers to use creative and innovative methodologies as symbol work, storytelling, folk tales and other non-formal education approaches when working with disadvantaged students;
  • Support schools to tackle early school leaving (ESL) and disadvantage and to offer quality education, enabling success for all students.



  • Development of “Kite-fighter toolkit”: this is a collection of different tools, games and exercises, which teachers can use. It will include storytelling, symbol work and folk tales exercises;
  • Curriculum and implementation design for teacher training: development of curriculum and trainer’s guide for a teacher training. This training will empower teachers to use the Kite-fighter toolkit techniques as well as develop new professional and socio-emotional skills;
  • Multiplier events and activities as well as delivering a set of mini-training events to empower local teachers and youth workers to use the KITE-fighter toolkit.


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Date of the project

01/09/2019 – 30/04/2022

DG of reference

DG EAC, Erasmus+: Key Action 2, Strategic Partnership for school education




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