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Formación telemática en las escuelas sociodeportivas de la Fundación en Europa

On-line training at the Foundation's socio-sports schools in Europe

NEWS | 29/04/2020

The social partners adapt the recreational-educational activities and continue to serve the participants.
The participants in the Foundation's socio-sports schools in Europe, as well as in Spain and other countries, continue to receive the support of their coaches, now by electronic means. The Foundation's social partners around the world adapt the recreational and educational activities and proposals that have been developed by the Training Area of the Real Madrid Foundation. In addition, the partners continue to meet their basic needs which, in the schools in Europe, are mainly psychological support and help with study.

In the case of the schools in the Ukraine, which are being developed with the support of Epicentr for Children, the football and basketball coaches have developed some dynamic exercises to continue with the training at home and the students have welcomed this telematic attention from their coaches-educators.

In the schools of Ternopil and Irpin, the activities are being complemented with emotional support classes by the centre's psychologist and English classes given by the volunteer teachers. In addition, they have master classes by leading figures, such as the head doctor of the Ukrainian Association of Infectious Diseases to teach them how to protect themselves against the coronavirus, or a paediatrician on the subject of children's health during quarantine. 

Pupils in socio-sports schools in Europe receive psychological support and study help.

They also work on motivating children with online talks by personalities such as world champion of rhythmic gymnastics Anna Rizatdinova, former NBA player Slava Medvedenko and Ukrainian TV presenter Oleksandr Pedan. 

Khmelnytskyi Schools
In these schools, despite the fact that many beneficiaries live in rural areas and villages (Skarzhynetska and Ruzhychanka) and the internet connection is not good, the students are receiving the recorded activities through their leaders in order to provide them with access to the same material from which their classmates benefit. 
More activities in Europe
In other areas such as Guimarães (Portugal), the Alma Branca Association has provided its students with computers so that they can receive classes by videoconference. Many families in situations of severe vulnerability also receive basic foodstuffs. This is the case in Bucharest (Romania), through the Foundation for the Development of the Villages, or in Portugal, with the students of the schools of Manique Sportbosco and Funchal Mais Salesianos.