The P2T project addressed to migrant/refugee parents to allow them to be more involved in their children’s school pathway. It also targets primary and pre-primary school teachers as it facilitates the construction of a deeper and more productive relationship with these parents. One of the main goals of the project is to build a better communication between parents and teachers in order to more effectively help immigrant children in their school process.


01/10/2022 – 30/09/2024

The project is funded by the European Commission under the Erasmus+ programme – Cooperation Partnership in Adult Education.



To empower migrant/refugee parents through workshops that help them improve the host country language, digital skills and the knowledge of the school and educational system.


To strengthen the competencies of migrant/refugee parents to support their children’s learning.


To improve parent-teachers relationships and interactions by enhancing the professional knowledge of school staff and their culturally sensitive competencies.


A transnational report

Interactive workshops

A methodological manual

A Community of Practice


Migrant/refugee parents

Who, due to linguistic and cultural differences, struggle to fit into the local community but have the desire to acquire useful tools to get to know the school system of the host country and support their children in their school pathway.

Teaching professionals

Who face cultural and communication difficulties on a daily basis with parents coming from other countries and for this reason are interested in enhancing their intercultural skills.

Indirectly the children of migrant parents

Who will receive the benefits of the project through cross-generational impact as their learning attainment and school well-being will improve.

By extension native parents

Who may experience barriers and challenges in the communication with the school due to socioeconomic situation, physical and mental health, lack of digital skills and so on.

Social and community workers

Who will gain new knowledge regarding school improvement in terms of collaborative and inclusive didactical methodologies.