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Children accepted Zdravko very well

On the way from Kindergarten Mojca to primary school Koseze in Koseze the first Innovative play way that has been supported of the NGO Programme of the Norwegian grant and EEA Grants and partners (Child Safety House Iceland) and the sponsors (Association Planet Earth) has been opened by the director of the Institute for safe play (ZVI), Andreja Bednjički.

On the event attended some school classes and kindergarten groups, the support was also proved by the presence of Mrs. Mary Fabčič, Head of the Department for pre-school education in the Municipality of Ljubljana (MOL), who expressed enthusiasm that the first such play way is in Ljubljana. »A problem that certainly is also in other Slovenian towns is, that people often behave selfishly on intervention roads. I sincerely hope that this intervention way, that has become innovative and offers the possibility of targeted user's movement, will now get even more safe and accessible to those whom it is intended,« told us Mrs. Fabčič. The Headmistress od the kindergarten, Jovi Vidmar, has expressed gratitude to both: MOL that had placed the way right near their kindergarten, as well as the contractor of the project that it offered an additional incentive for young people who are increasingly moving and thus endanger their health. The project Innovative play way will continue with regular visits of the mascot of the project - Zdravko - in kindergarten Mojca where he will transmit knowledge about the movement and the correct use of playequipment. "Safety is first. The movement and play are an integral part of a happy childhood," said at the opening of the play way Andreja Bednjički, director of ZVI.

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