The Department of Youth opens today, March 21, the deadline for admission to the Easter School "Holidays 3.0" to be held at the CEIP "Santiago" during the next school holidays to promote the reconciliation of families with children school age.
The councilor of the branch, Inmaculada Blázquez, and the head of the Collective for Social Promotion "El Candil", Ana Castellano, who will manage this program, have presented this initiative with a maximum of 30 places.
The School of Holy Week will take place on the 10th, 11th, 12th, 17th and 18th of April, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., and it can be attended by children enrolled in second cycle of Early Childhood Education ( 3-6 years) or Primary Education (6-12 years), respectively.
The fee is 35 euros and the enrollment period, which has to be made at the Centro Cultural Sociocultural "La Cárcel", begins today and until the places are covered.
Participants will develop playful games and workshops, review and reinforcement of school, sports and outdoor activities, crafts and creative expression workshops, specific workshops for reading animation, Storytelling and responsible use of new technologies.
The Department of Youth promotes this program in order to reconcile the Easter holidays with work and family life, as more and more families in both parents are working or, where appropriate, receiving training for the search of Employment, Blázquez explained.
With this activity, the Department offers support to the concerns of leisure and leisure, which our young people, children and girls do in the town of Totana, with training activities, playful and non-consumer.
In addition, according to the mayor, what is intended is to enable spaces for integration and participation, so that children develop their creative capacity, involve children themselves in the development of leisure activities and free time, promote child and youth cooperation , Promote the interrelation between the members of the group and the surrounding environment favoring the socialization and personal development of each participant.
The council recalled that since this program is not funded by the Autonomous Community, as in previous editions Christmas, applicants do not have the requirement that their parents prove to be working or in a training period for job search.
Finally, Inmaculada Blázquez thanked the technicians of the Collective for Social Promotion "El Candil" their willingness to carry out a new edition of this program, as well as to CEIP "Santiago" the transfer of their facilities for their development.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Totana