Right To Play is a global organization that uses the transformative power of play to educate and empower children facing
adversity. Through our work in over 20 countries, including in 88 of Canada's Indigenous communities, we have become an internationally recognized leader in the field of education and children's rights.
In 2015, Right To Play partnered with Global Affairs Canada to develop the "Play Your Part" education initiative for Canadian elementary schools. Last year, we delivered this program in 215 Canadian schools in 7 provinces.
The Play Your Part program provides students with an opportunity to explore topics of gender equality,global citizenship, and student leadership through an interactive, three-part program, lead by a Right to Play facilitator.
Communication competency, personal and social competency, career education (working collaboratively, respect for differences, planning, leadership), Applied Design, skills and technology (skills are developed through play, practice, effort and action), Social Studies (respect and understanding for diverse cultures and, Physical and Health Education (connection between physical, emotional and mental health)
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