2: To provide for the largest possible number of children in the
area through activities which stimulate their engagement in
healthy leisure activities as a matter of habit.
3: To ensure the existing facilities are used to full capacity
during the summer months.
We will work with three general age groups, with activities
adapted to their age and abilities:
“Peques”: 6-8 years-old, “Medis”: 9-11 years-old, “Super”: 12-14
Nevertheless, the age groups might be subject to minor changes
depending on the ages of those participating, provided this does
not greatly affect the programme of activities at the camp.
The geographical areas to be covered will be based on the
Area 1: Langa del Castillo - Mainar - Villarreal de Huerva
Area 2: Cubel - Gallocanta - Used (CUGAUS)
Area 3: Daroca
The following criteria were employed in selecting the areas:
-Number of schoolchildren and young persons
-Pre-existing sports and leisure facilities
-internal and external management of the activity
WATER SPORTS CLASSES AND RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES DURING LOCAL
We are currently witnessing growing interest amongst parents and
their children in swimming as a free time physical activity which
also improves and maintains physical fitness.
The Campo de Daroca’s Administrative Area’s Centre for Local
Sport is intent on responding to public demand and has therefore
arranged for swimming classes for beginners and those who wish to
improve their technique for children over 4.
As a result, the courses aim to familiarise participants with
water, through constructive, motivating and healthy activities
which might help them to react correctly to situations and
difficulties which might arise in everyday life.
This will be achieved by helping participants to develop and
acquire skills such as: balance, floating, breathing, basic
movement skills, techniques and games.
The goals which participants should be aiming to achieve are,
depending on his/her level:
Overcoming any fear of water.
Establishing an exercise routine.
Stay afloat without assistance.
Move in the water.
Submerge the whole body while controlling breathing.
Overcome common problems experienced in the water, requiring
mastery of certain acquired physical techniques.
Introduce participants to swimming as a sport.
Take part in games which establish a balanced and constructive
relationship which avoids rivalry and dangerous behaviour in the
Learn good hygiene habits.
-Learn how to use public spaces.
The educational approach will consist of a strategy whereby the
students engage the activity as a whole but focus on a specific