During the programme you will have the opportunity to participate in a number of cultural events of different kinds. Depending on your position and interests you will have the chance to contribute to these events or be part of the event management.
The Olympic Games are held for up to 300 students and teachers from small schools, care homes and day schools to join together for two days of sports activities and fun.
planet protection conference
The Planet Protection Conference hosted by DRH Lindersvold gathers students, teachers and guests from around the world around the issue of sustainability and future.
The Autumn Concert
The Autumn Concert is an occasion for students and teachers to explore their creativity through poetry, music and art and prepare a product which they share on the event.
The Winter Concert
The Winter Concert is a music event of extraordinary quality where students and teachers meet professional musicians and get acquianted with classical and other music.
Peace justice conference
The Peace Justice Conference hosted by the DNS – the Necessary Teacher Training College gathers together people from all over Europe to debate issues of peace.
World Wide Art Competetion
Worldwide Art Competition is an initiative which gives schools and community projects the possibility to produce and share visual art under a common headline.
Anna from Poland
‘’I learned a completely different pedagogical methodology, so different from the mainstream one. We worked with a pedagogy that understands the necessity of having different teaching approaches for different students, that pushes them to be conscious and critical about what they study, and that emphasises the ‘learning by doing’ concept.’’
Sara from Italy
“This programme gave me many beautiful experiences. Because of this programme, I had the opportunity to learn more about many topics, but not just in the classroom but also up close and in real life. I learned how to work in a team, to handle complicated situations and to deal with them in a dynamic way.
Greta from Italy
“In this programme, I have learned a lot of skills I can use in the future, both
practical and theoretical. But mostly I have learned from people who have taught me; the love for their communities, how to really live together, the respect of the others, the friendliness and availability, the curiosity for the world, the tenacity, the enthusiasm, the simplicity. I learn that only working together you can create change for the things you believe in.”
Read more about what we do
Mónica just finished the Pedagogy for Change programme and we asked her to share some of her considerations and main takeaways from her experience of practising and studying social pedagogy in Denmark.
Scandinavian social pedagogy is known for its holistic practice which combines “head, heart and hands” – theory, empathy, and practice. A core value is respecting the individual’s rights.
Creating an authentic learning space through a truly interesting, shared activity, is highly beneficial. The Common Third works as an ‘equaliser’ and is an important pedagogical tool.