Learning Together

Programme developing the learning and education process in primary education through the funding and implementation of innovative experiential activities.

The “Learning Together” programme is an initiative of the Latsis Foundation implemented since 2013. A primary goal is to support the creativity that develops during the learning and education process and the strengthening of the pupil's personality, self-development and the strengthening of self-esteem and self-confidence through hands-on activities. Public calls are addressed annually to public preschools and primary schools of general and special education. Teachers, with the support of the Foundation, implement innovative educational activities in their school units.

Since the programme’s first implementation cycle, 113 educational activities have been carried out with the participation of 4,435 students and 331 teachers in public preschools and primary schools all over Greece.

Robotics, science, the environment, cinema, local history, architecture, archaeology and mythology are just a few of the thematic areas of the educational activities that have been implemeted within the framework of the programme. 


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From 2013 to 2016, each cycle of the programme, by school year, had different geographic targeting. In the 1st cycle, the public call was addressed to schools of the Greek islands. The following school year, proposals were submitted for educational activities in schools of mainland but border regions of the country. The target group of the 3rd cycle of the programme included preschools and primary schools in Central and Western Greece as well as the Peloponnese and Crete. Schools from the Directorates of Primary Education of A’ Athens, Piraeus, East Attica and West Attica submitted their ideas for implementation in the 2016 – 2017 school year.

From 2017, the programme has gained Panhellenic reach and offers the opportunity for teachers from all regions of Greece to submit their proposals aiming to enrich the education process in their classroom.


Learning Together