Education of children

The “Solidarity School” PROGRAMME AND “Class with Class”.


We are a non-governmental organization and support children’s access to education and sport. Following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, we are directing our main strength and funding towards children and parents forced to leave their country.



We provide assistance in obtaining an interpreter at every stage of education. Savannah and Gabriel Save the Children was founded in 2017 based on the experiences of parents and teachers. The beneficiaries are all children, although in our Organization Their interests are supported by children from Poland – Savannah Maria and Gabriel Mariusz.



We believe that the future of the world depends on smart education. That’s why we support schools to change by helping them become innovative, open environments committed to solving social problems, where relationships based on mutual respect and trust prevail.

Our programmes help young people become informed and active citizens, developing a sense of confidence and responsibility for themselves and others. We reinforce teamwork, collaboration, critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Because that’s what education is, that’s what the world is.

Support programmes for teachers who work with children of other nationalities :

We run educational programmes for schools, principals, teachers, helping them to go beyond the patterns in learning and school relationships. We organise free trainings, courses and webinars, prepare ready-made lesson plans, teaching materials, publications and textbooks.

We support teachers and principals in their professional development by developing and implementing innovative ways of working, often based on business experience and best practices proven not only in Poland, but also worldwide. These include, above all, design thinking, agile and scrum elements, educational design, inquiry-based learning or flipped learning. We believe that we are constantly developing and learning.


To support education that responds to the challenges of the modern world, a school that is open and committed to solving social problems, to strengthen the development of 21st century competencies in Polish and British schools, to raise the quality of teacher education and in-service training and to support further professionalisation of their work, to build the prestige of the teaching profession, to present and promote the activities of school principals, teachers and other people working for education in Poland and abroad, to equalise educational opportunities for children and young people.


The future of today’s world depends on wise education. We want schools to teach responsibility for themselves and others, attentiveness and cooperation. That is why we support and unite teachers. Together with them, we develop and test modern working methods. We help them to go beyond the patterns in their teaching and school relationships.


Millions of children never get a look in the classroom. Others drop out of school because of overcrowding, conflict or simply because they are girls.

In the UK, the poorest children learn less than their richer counterparts, and low literacy rates are linked to low wages and unemployment. Many things can get in the way of learning. But from Leeds to Liberia, the love of learning is universal. Children know it is the key to a world full of opportunity. We ensure that children continue to learn no matter what. Whether it’s recovering from natural disasters, facing violence or risking child marriage. In the UK, we are improving early education and keeping childcare costs on the political agenda.



124 million children/young people did not go to school or dropped out More than a quarter of a billion children are out of school 420 million children will not learn the most basic skills.


23% of children do not reach the expected level of language development by the age of 5 One in three children living in poverty are behind in their education 27% of children from poorer families achieve more than 5 good GCSE results compared to 55% of peers from wealthier families.


29% do not achieve the expected level of language development at age 5 One in three children living in poverty are educationally delayed 31% of children from poorer families achieve more than 5 good GCSE results compared to 55% of peers from more affluent families.

We can help

Access to school records Bullying Fees Tuition fees Choice of subject Choice of school Discrimination on the basis of gender Discrimination on the basis of gender reassignment Discrimination on the basis of religion or belief Racist discrimination and harassment Discrimination and harassment Sexual harassment Disruptive behaviour Drugs Education during and after pregnancy English as a second language Exclusion Eating at school General appearance Holidays during term time Homework Illness Knives and other blades Pregnancy and maternity Naka
Time to act

Providing refugee children with the education they were promised This report shows that it is within our power to provide quality education to every refugee child, including refugees in national education systems,

Improve the quality of education for refugee children and host communities and provide modest additional funding.

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