The young and old learning together

Nicole Weinstein
Tuesday, June 27, 2023

Chester-based Nursery in Belong is one of a handful of UK early years settings pioneering an intergenerational approach to learning. Nicole Weinstein spoke to staff, children and older people.

Planned intergenerational experiences take place alongside spontaneous interactions between children and residents. Pictures: Olivia Herring
Planned intergenerational experiences take place alongside spontaneous interactions between children and residents. Pictures: Olivia Herring

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