FFU has opened Children Hub in Warsaw07.06.2022
The Future for Ukraine Foundation has opened a Children Hub in Warsaw — a center for the adaptation and psychological support of Ukrainian immigrant children in EU countries. On June 6, the first small guests visited the hub.
Ukrainian children can learn more about Poland's culture, history, and mentality at the center. They can have a break from the language barrier and share their experience with other children from Ukraine. Through classes, workshops, and games, children have the opportunity to restore a sense of security and open themselves to this very new world for them.
Depending on the age group, the hub offers classes in logic, knowledge of the world, music, physical education, neurorhythmics, mandala therapy, eidetic, art therapy, and other activities that positively affect the emotional state of the child and promote its comprehensive development.
There are two age groups: 3-5 and 5-7 years.
Ukrainian mothers can bring their children to the Hub twice a week with mandatory pre-registration with the administrator.
Schedule: 09:00-11:45 or 12:30-15:15 (Wednesday 12:45-15:30)
Address: House of Culture Świt, ul. Wysockiego 11, 03-371 Warsaw.
We invite young learners to the hub. Classes are free for those who crossed the border after February 24.