Kozmutza Flóra Associtation
The “Kozmutza Flora” Association was founded in 2004 by a group of teachers of the similarly named special school from the need to access financing opportunities unavailable to government institutions, that would benefit the students of the school by improving learning and development outcomes.
Through its endeavours, our association is seeking to insure the financial means to allow our students to participate in various competitions and activities, to reward students with remarkable achievements and support students in financial difficulties. Moreover, we apply for grants that allow our staff to participate in innovative trainings and thus enrich our offer of therapeutic approaches, grants that allow us to acquire tools and requisites for various therapy programs and outdoor activities. In the past few years we have equipped specialized rooms for kinetotherapy, sensory integration therapy, multisensory therapy, and have placed many swing and trampolines and a play structure in the schoolyard much to the delight of our students.
As of 2018, we offer family-focused early intervention services to children with atypical developmental and their families.
Our hope is to ensure high quality services for all families that need our services, and a cooperation based on respect, empathy and professionalism.
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In 2017, our school has become a member of HIPEN, a network of organisations within the EU which are particularly active in providing services for people of all ages with hearing impairments, including rehabilitation, education, employment, vocational training, and research.
The collaborative work of HIPEN members is contoured in the biannual General Meetings, in physical format, and the project initiatives taking shape during these get togethers are further discussed and perfected during virtual meetings.
The Creative Learning Trust
The CTL (The Creative Learning Trust) in England did not forget to support our school during the difficult times brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. During the 2020-2021 school year, they designed, printed, and sent colorful learning materials that are a great help in the educational process of children with special needs. The changes and rules brought about by the virus are not always easy to understand for people with disabilities, so the resources provided by CTL were a great help. The resources donated are laminated, quality materials and their content is child-centered and includes: plastic picture cards on various topics, memory cards, board games, development worksheets, educational posters.
Furthermore, in the 2020-2021 school year, the association contributed to the remodeling and re-furnishing of three classrooms and the kindergarten (painting the walls, replacing the floors, new furniture) and provided individual desks for classes where the new social distancing policy was unachievable.
The unique beauty of our school and the richness of its learning environments is largely due to the CTL association in England.
Thank you very much!