For a second school year in a row the students have mainly online classes. Due to the lockdown restrictions Reachout centre is closed since November. The only way to continue supporting the kids is online. The isolation, the lack of direct contact with their school teacher and the impossibility to receive face-to-face after-school support have strong negative effects on the motivation of children with learning problems. That is why we decided to reorganize our normal on-ongoing program during the lockdown and to try to provide complex help depending on children’s individual needs. Together with the regular staff and some volunteers we provided homework help on a regular basis. Refugee children and adolescents needed assistance mostly for their Bulgarian language and literature and biology classes while the Bulgarian ones - for their language classes in English and Spanish. We continued encouraging the children enrolled in the Project “Summer Stories with horses” to work on their diaries, waiting for the spring when they will have horse riding again.
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