Love from Armenia

Love from Armenia

We’re excited to share an example of how Time for Tea can develop a life of its own. Julieta Ktshanyan is a teacher of world history at Ayb School in Yerevan, Armenia. She led one of our pilot projects in 2018. Julieta has just sent us the following...
Encouraging creativity during the lockdown

Encouraging creativity during the lockdown

Being stuck at home alone or with the kids is hard for all of us. So we’ve adapted the Time for Tea concept to give you a creative challenge, a chance to connect with the world, and some fun.  AVAILABLE NOW: Tea TV (for individuals): make a cup of tea, tell a...
Time For Time

Time For Time

We should not forget that this programme is not only about Tea, but also about Time. When busy people have a cup of tea, they take time to stop and think. Time is precious, but also limitless. Time plus tea equals opportunity. That’s what we want to create. Now...
Meeting in Milan – Developing Resources

Meeting in Milan – Developing Resources

From 16 to 18 January 2020, project coordinators from Italy, Poland, Slovenia, Spain and UK met in Milan to review progress on the Time for Tea strategic partnership project which we are implementing with support from the Erasmus+ programme. The aim of this project is...
Call for Teachers from the UK!

Call for Teachers from the UK!

We are looking for teachers from UK schools to join us for our next training course which will take place in Autumn 2020 in St. Albans, Hertfordshire. Along with other teachers and youth workers from 15 European countries you will take part in 3 activities:- 1) A...