This is brilliant. My concept suggested something similar but your platform operationalizes it very well. My twelve year old son has never been to formal school and is an auto-didact. He uses Khan Academy and Coursera extensively for contact. I would be curious to know how your platform is different. I also second the idea of intergenerational learning. One of the challenges with migration, especially refugee migration is the loss of cultural resources. I think intergenerational involvement in learning would go a long way in sharing and preservation of cultural resources within these communities.
This is excellent contribution. I agree that food is so basic and powerful. In South India, many children came to school, stayed, and graduated because of a mid-day meal scheme. Further sharing food between teachers and students will build a bonding experience. Food is such a powerful vehicle for communication.