What is Time For Tea?
Support from Erasmus +
The latest phase of Time for Tea has been developed through a partnership between Regional Volunteer Centre (Poland), Associazione Joint (Italy), Biderbost, Boscán & Rochin (Spain) and Momentum World (UK), under a strategic partnership co-funded by the EU Erasmus+ programme, Key Action 2. We have now reached the end of this exciting project and we are looking forward to the next phase, taking Time for Tea around the world.
The outputs from our KA2 project are now complete. These include handbooks and policy guidelines for teachers and youth workers, a children’s story book, 360 films and a Virtual Teahouse space. Details of all the outputs can be found on our Erasmus+ page.
Teachers all over the world are using Time For Tea to educate, engage and empower children and young people. Watch this simple introduction:-
Why should you support Time For Tea? Andrew Hadley, Director of CILL, explains (Presentation to the Royal Society of Arts):-