People with Special Needs

  1. Meeting the guests in the School Hall with a short program under the title „Different
    Together” and presentation of children in teams / host-childand a child with SEN / who will
    participate in the project.
  2. Examining the resource room and getting to know the work there.
  3. Conducting teambuilding games with the motto „I am you, you are me” / they can take
    place in the school yard or in the Ecopark, Ekorai( Eco-Heaven), etc. /
  4. „Draw Your World” –a computer drawing in teams.
  5. Organizing a Day of Movement, including the events:
  • „Together at the Horo”;(“horo” is a traditional Bulgarian dance, also called round or ring
  • sports games at the school playground;
  • eco-trail orientation.
  1. Art therapy – making ceramic figures in teams / three children – from the guests, from the
    hosts and a child with SEN .
  2. Carrying out a “Do Not Close the Door” Photo Competition.
  3. Organising a “Do Not Close Door” Photo Exhibition.
  4. Organising “The Flower Day “/ Balchik /.
  5. „Dance with Me” – carrying out an Evening of Memories and Promises.
  6. Creating a “Do Not Close Door” video and uploading it onto the platform.
  7. Visiting “Karin Dom”(a special place, where children with SEN live) and acquaintance
    with the activities.
  8. Organising different excursions to local attractions.
  • Achieving inter-culturality at different levels – ethnic, social, interpersonal;
  • building tolerance as a key social competence and school culture;
  • enabling self-expression, understanding the others, and creating team-work skills;
  • integration of „different” children;
  • development of positive feelings towards classmates, a better understanding of foreign
  • Accumulation of social roles, norms and values;
  • changing the attitude of the community towards children in deprivation and SEN. They
    should not be perceived as a burden or a subject of
  • changing the attitude of deprived children and those with SEN to others, acquiring a desire
    to communicate and self-expression;
  • attracting closer parenting community;
  • turning the school into a mediator between the person and his/her future;
  • turning the school into a moderator -to coordinate the interests of different users (children,
    parents, society) and to organize the

conversation/dialogue between them, helping everyone to meet his/her interest in the priority
interest of the children;

  • forming a sense of belonging to the school;
  • organising and reflecting the free time of the students;
  • creating team-work skills.