Among these young children practising the activity, the project plans to welcome more than 30 of them free of charge by offering them a reinforced educational programme.
Three workshop profiles are proposed, two according to age, a third on a parent-child practice format.
- The powerful force of the child's autonomous development.
When children can do things on their own, without prescriptions, they develop stronger self-confidence and their learning is more robust.
- The adult as an understanding companion who 'puts into words' the child's experience.
Ensuring maximum autonomous development requires a great deal of adult presence: the role of the layout of spaces and objects, the recognition of the child's emotions as a person from a very early age, the importance of listening and accompanying through language.
- The exchange and dissemination of pedagogical principles that have been worked on and reflected upon collectively.
The programme emphasises in-depth pedagogical follow-up inside and outside the sports sessions and within a conscious and united team.