LONDON, April 10, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
It's time to sign up for the international Young Heroes project created by the Helen Doron Educational Group, which empowers children to bring about change in their communities. Helen Doron English learning centres from all over Europe and Asia will be participating in this worthwhile campaign that encourages children to embrace their inner hero and become better world citizens.
"We're calling on all students to join our campaign," says Helen Doron, CEO of Helen Doron English. "The Young Heroes project isn't limited to Helen Doron English students; anyone from a school, club or community centre who wants to form a team and participate in this worthy endeavor can do so. Anyone can be a Young Hero.
"Young Heroes emphasizes that being a hero doesn't require superpowers or even special skills. It's about children working together as a team to improve the lives of the people and animals around them," says Doron.
"The Young Heroes project is divided into three key phases: Discover. Dream. Do. Under the guidance of our teachers and with the support of their parents, we encourage children to go out into the community and Discover challenges that need solving. Next, they are asked to Dream up solutions. Finally, they are asked to carry out the project - to Do what they planned in the classroom," explains Doron.
"Any child, no matter how small, or tall, can make a difference in their community. Young Heroes shows you how. Join us, as we lead change in our communities," concludes Doron.
Sign up now at: http://www.helendoron.com/youngheroes
Breaking New Boundaries in Children's Education
Founded in 1985 to teach children English as a Foreign Language, the Helen Doron Educational Group has more than 900 learning centres and kindergartens in 35 countries worldwide. Helen Doron's innovative and proven methodology is the creative inspiration behind the company's flagship franchise, Helen Doron English, along with Helen Doron Kindergartens, MathRiders, and Ready Steady Move! To date, the Group has taught more than two million children to speak English, master maths, experience nature, and learn through movement. The Group seeks franchisees and business partners to expand its rich educational content and continue breaking new boundaries in children's education. For more information, see http://www.helendorongroup.com .
For More Information
Helen Doron Press Agent
SOURCE Helen Doron Educational Group