Stay With Ukraine allows young refugees to continue their Ukrainian studies and talk to peers and educators in their homeland.
Students, parents and teachers said they were delighted to be part of Stay With Ukraine, which was delivered in 33 countries in partnership with the Ukrainian organisation Smart Osvita, reaching more than 700 children and adolescents.
The students were already attending schools in other countries, including the United Kingdom. But the online lessons at home allowed young people aged from 10 to 17 who had fled the war to also continue their Ukrainian studies and talk to teachers and peers in their homeland.
A Ukrainian teacher who took part in Stay With Ukraine said: “These are motivated students who do not work for the sake of grades but to gain knowledge and broaden horizons.”
Read more about the project to hear from other young people.