Involve, connect, and teaching for inclusion: Educational community facing childhood cancer

Co-funded by the European Union

Childhood cancer is a disease that can affect any child, exposing them to sometimes very aggressive treatments, with no guaranteed success. Even those who overcome it can have physical, social and emotional consequences. All these after-effects clearly influence the future of children, their self-esteem and social relationships.

School plays a very important role in all children's lives. They spend many hours a day, sharing, experimenting and learning with girls and boys of the same age. In the case of childhood cancer patients, it is essential that the school provides them with support for their integral development.

This project will provide pre-schools and primary schools with tools to support the development and inclusion of these children, thus improving their quality of life.


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RedTree (Spain)

Entity with expertise in the creation of methodologies with people with difficulties.

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Sapere Aude (Poland)

Primary school with a long history of implementing innovative inclusive methodologies.

Expected results:

Guide for the inclusion of children in the classroom with childhood cancer - Retinoblastoma: Materials and resources to implement the method generated.


  1. Virtual meetings:
  2. Training:
    • Erasmus + Program with Redtree (29/4/2022)
    • Start-up support day for small-scale associations (KA210) CALL FOR QUALIFICATIONS 2021 SEPIE (19/7/2022)
    • Childhood cancer, retinoblastoma (18/11/2022)
    • Childhood cancer (retinoblastoma) and inclusion in the classroom for early childhood and primary education teachers (25/01/2023)
  3. Transnational meetings:
  4. Virtual meetings of working committees
    • Board (monthly)
    • Team meetings (periodically)
  5. Face-to-face meeting of the Foundation team – Strategic plan (28/05/2022)

  1. Families meeting (21-23 october 2022). Families and experts.
  2. Emotional education day for patients and families, with La Granja escola Corral de Neri (22/10/2022).
  3. Expert conferences for families and patients (22/10/2022).
    • Invitees: Dra. Agustina Sirgo (psychologist), Dra. María Genoveva Correa (oncologist), Dr. Bernat Gel and Dr. Eduard Serra (Hereditary Cancer Research Group investigators from IGTP), Dr. Xavier Gironès (machine learning expert), Dr. Jaume Català (ophthalmologist).
  4. National meeting with european dimensions of teachers (Rajszew, Poland), 04/04/2023.
  5. Emotional education day for teachers. Rajszew, Poland (12/04/2023).
  6. Life talk: 4 adults who were diagnosed with retinoblastoma at a very young age share their life experience with retinoblastoma with retinoblastoma families and patients and clinical experts (5/16/2023).
  7. Experts presentation on ocular prostheses for retinoblastoma families and patients and clinical experts (5/17/2023).
    • Guests: Dr. Esther Casas (coordinator of the Congenital Alterations of Palpebral and Ocular Development Unit at Sant Joan de Déu Hospital), Helena Escoda (Child Life specialist who works with Dr. Casas’ team offering emotional support in the enucleation process), and Randhal Skrt, mother expert.
  1. Essential news shared through social networks:
  2. Meetings with other entities:
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The project "INVOLVE, CONNECT, AND TEACH FOR INCLUSION: EDUCATIONAL COMMUNITY FACING CHILDHOOD CANCER" is co-funded by the Erasmus+ program of the European Union. The content of the site is the sole responsibility of Fundació La Nineta dels Ulls and neither the European Commission nor the Spanish Service for the Internationalization of Education (SEPIE) is responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.

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