SNFCC Class: The SNFCC’s Digital Platform for Schools

February 15, 2021

ATHENS — From the beginning, the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC) has offered specially designed school programs for students of all levels to help enrich their educational experience.

Looking for new ways to support teachers and students under current conditions, the SNFCC has created SNFCC Class, a digital learning platform that enables teachers to select school programs and implement them in their classroom. All school programs were designed and are made available free of charge through a grant by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF).

Focusing on education, culture and sustainability, the school programs are tailored to each level of primary and secondary education and complement the curriculum, contributing to the learning process in an entertaining, but educational, way.

Learn more about two programs, The Climate is Changing and A Sustainable Planet, at class.snfcc.org.


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