3FG in the world
Since 2008, several hundred teachers have been trained to practice 3FP in kindergarten and elementary school in public education: academies of Aix, Amiens, Belfort, Lille, Limoges, Lyon, Nancy, Nord-Pas de Calais, Paris and Paris Ile-de-France.
Several hundred more were also involved in private education.
In Paris, staffs of twenty colleges also benefited from training to set up 3FP in 6th grade.
More than 150 national education psychologists have been trained as teacher trainers.
About fifteen clinical psychologists have been trained as trainers of teachers and psychologists of the EN. They are authorized to conduct training courses at the request of the Academies throughout France.
The National School Federation of Parents and Educators (FNEPE) and its network support the setting up of the Jeu des Trois Figures.
3FG has been much developed since its beginning in 2007 thanks to the support of the Coordination of Assistance to Victims of Abuse and the close collaboration between its management team and Serge Tisseron. From the start, the team in charge of developing it has chosen to adapt it to school organization and to educational priorities specific to this country, so that the most recent developments of 3FG have been little reflected there. The consequence is that training currently offered in this country is unsuitable for practice in the French school system and is only valid for Belgium.
3FG is supported by three associations: Children's Paradise (lead partner), Min ila (NGO working on civic education) and Sawiian (working on conflict resolution).
The training currently concerns 5 schools of various denominations:
- Children's Paradise NGO: 3 elementary schools semi free of charge for the schooling of pupils from disadvantaged families. It is located in Jounié (north of Beirut), its pupils are majority Christian.
- Sisters of the Holy Hearts Sioufi: a Catholic school for pupils of various religions but also for Christian majority. She is in Beirut.
- Ajial: NGO with a school and orphanages. A majority Muslim Sunni. It is attended by pupils from disadvantaged families, mostly Muslim Sunni, and is located in Saida (south of Beirut).
- Public school in Aley, dependent on the Ministry of Education. Located east of Beirut, it welcomes pupils of majority Druze.
- Girls' school in Tire: mostly Muslim Shiite, located in southern Lebanon.
Article published in the Libanese press : https://www.lorientlejour.com/article/1032135/autour-de-paradis-denfants-des-ecoles-libanaises-se-forment-a-la-coexistence.html