Join our city game in Opole! have fun and be healthy!

We are inviting youth with teachers to participate in our city game, which will be organised on 29th of October 2021 in Opole. The event aims to disseminate the results of our project and consists of 3 events for various groups:

  1. City Game for schools
  2. City Game for youth
  3. Coffee with EOG event

What is the game?

It is a great way to spend time actively with your peers, developing many skills such as teamwork, communication, creative thinking, time and task management.

What is the aim?

The aim of the activity is to familiarize young people with important issues related to health and to familiarize educators with non-formal methods of health education.

Come and play with us for health!

Meeting with the educators – training course in Poland!

In the second week of August, as part of the Startnow + project, we hosted training course for teachers and educators from Poland and Norway, which took place in Milówka, Poland. 

The meeting consisted of workshop sessions devoted to non-formal education, health education and the practical application of educational modules created under the StartNow + project.

In addition, participants willingly shared information about the Norwegian and Polish education system, talked about the well-being of students and teachers, and had the opportunity to play the role of facilitators and conduct classes of their choice based on the module tool and receive feedback.

The group also took part in a city game in Bielsko-Biała and a Polish-Norwegian evening, thanks to which we learned a lot of interesting facts about our countries.

We hope that the training was a good opportunity for the participants to exchange good practices, network and learn about the methods that will soon be used by them in classes with children and youth.

Health education during Youth Forum the Opolskie Voivodeship

On August 13, we took part in the Summer Discussions at the Forum, organized by the 3rd term of the Youth Forum of the Local Government of the Opolskie Voivodeship.

We had the pleasure to sit down at one of the expert tables and talk to young people about health. Together, we have developed several postulates that can positively affect the health of children and adolescents. The meeting was also an excellent opportunity to present the assumptions of the Start Now + project and to promote the results, on which we are working very persistently. The meeting also resulted in the official partnership that the project received from the Youth Forum.