"The Ukrainian Path" – a unique program for Ukrainian children living abroad

"The Ukrainian Path" – a unique program for Ukrainian children living abroad

The Charitable Foundation "Children’s Future" continues to implement educational initiatives for the better educational and cultural development of Ukrainian children around the world.

"The Ukrainian Path" is a new project of the foundation, which we have created in cooperation with Ukraine's largest distance learning school "Optima".

Since the beginning of the full-scale war, hundreds of thousands of Ukrainian children have found themselves in completely different countries, circumstances, and cultural contexts. Many of them started studying in foreign schools and learning other languages. Therefore, the essence of the "Ukrainian Path" project lies in the opportunity for children to preserve their roots and national identity even hundreds (or even thousands) of kilometers away from home.

The program provides free education for children in subjects that are fundamental to the formation of national consciousness:

●    from 1st to 4th grade – reading and "Exploring the World";
●    from 5th to 11th grade – Ukrainian literature and the history of Ukraine.

All video lessons have been created using the most modern methods of distance learning and contain bright and interesting videos, photos, animations, infographics, interactive tasks, and games.

With the help of modern technologies and the capabilities of the “Optima” distance learning school, any child living abroad can explore the culture and history of their native country.

To join the program, you can apply through the website https://optima.school/formi-navcanna/ukrainian-way or call: +380 (67) 333-91-87, +380 (99) 333-91-87.

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02.12.2024
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