Frequently asked questions

Frequently asked questions

  • Faqs1.
    How many hours of work will be required?

  • It’s a very flexible project. You can go into as much depth as you like, and place emphasis on whichever part you’re most interested in, either increasing awareness or organising the event. The proposal can be carried out over a total of between 5 and 8 sessions.

  • Faqs2.
    Does the whole centre have to be involved in the project?

  • No. There are centres where only a single class or year group takes part, and others where the whole centre gets involved. The project and the materials are designed to be adapted to all manner of possibilities and allow you to work with ease in a number of different ways.

  • Faqs3.
    What should the final event be like?

  • Each centre can decide what they want their final event to be like. You decide on the content (concert, recital, performances, workshops, exhibition, market…), the format (just for those at the centre, open to the community), the location (at the centre, in a public space…) and the date (at any time during the school year).

  • Faqs4.
    Can the project be led by the Parent and Student Association?

  • Of course, it would be great to get families involved in the initiative. In any case, we recommend you download the educational materials, as these will be extremely helpful.

  • Faqs5.
    What will the money raised be used for?

  • All of the money raised through this project will be used to support the education programmes “Educate a Child” and “Mind the Gap”, to guarantee young refugees their right to education. Once the project is over, we will send you a project report so you can see what your help has managed to achieve.

  • Faqs6.
    If we have any queries during the project, who can we contact?

  • Write to us at, and we’ll get in touch with you to provide support with anything you need.

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