Nogent-le-Rotrou: 16 students benefiting from Jean-Macé School Learning Holiday Scheme

To all schools proposed by the Ministry of National Education, under the guise of an agreement, the goal of the Learning Vacation Scheme is to ensure the integration of education and contribute to the personal development of young people. Through cultural, sports and leisure activities, supervised by professionals.

“The device is targeted at young people who have an educational need or who are presumed to be socially fragile,” noted Nogent-le-Rotrou, the national education inspector in the Nozent-le-Rotrou district, on Monday, July 11. Jean-Macé School, which relays it throughout the week for the benefit of 16 students in the school from CP to CM2. “These educational holidays bring them a cultural openness that they will not necessarily get with their families.”

CM2 students at Jean-Mack School showcase their work at the In Situ Gallery in Nozent-le-Rotro

“This is the second time in three years that Jean-Mac school students have taken part in this school vacation,” said Nadine Cheilo-Cochlein, deputy mayor and councilor municipal delegates of Nozent-le-Rotrou, and Jean-Claude Dordoigne, in charge of education.

“For the first time in 2020. 16 students of the school also benefited from this educational holiday. “Last year, on the other hand, they could not take place due to health reasons.”

These teaching holidays are divided into two distinct times each day. “In the morning, this is a refresher course, an SRAM, which takes the basics: French, math, reading,” says Valerie Bonin.

Sylvie Pichard is in charge of the youngest team, consisting of eight students from Teachers, CP and CE1. Audrey Reinard, her colleague, oversees the second group, which brings together eight students from CE2, CM1 and CM2. Every afternoon a place is created for sports, cultural and artistic activities (Our box below)

“All these activities are free for children”

“All of these activities are free for children,” said Jean-Claude Dordoin “The city contract covers the cost of food, which the children take from the school canteen. The city of Nogent-le-Rotrou supports the remuneration of its two sports academics. And finally, it’s the community in Perch’s commune that supports student transportation. “

Seeing their happy faces, it is clear that these students are not there against their will, and these days, even if they impose one more week of lessons on them, there is still some holiday air. “I, I love to play sports,” said 10-year-old Kenza. “That way, I spend less time on my console,” commented Yesira, 11.

Various activities in the afternoon.
On Monday, July 11, students practiced various sports activities under the supervision of Jean-Mack Sports Hall, two sports coaches in the city of Nozant-le-Rotro, Luke Garrot and Jean-Francois Lager. This Tuesday, July 12, the Eure-et-Loir Fishing Federation teaches them the basics of fishing in the Coudray-au-Perche pond. On Wednesday 13 July, they will discover horseback riding at the Équit’Harmonie Equestrian Center in Saint-Victor-de-Buthen. Since Thursday, July 14 is a public holiday, they will meet around the discovery of the Castle of Parche Castle in Nozant-le-Rotro on Friday, July 15.

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