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Physical and sporting activity, project for schools without or unusable gym: deadline May 30th

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Physical and sporting activity, project for schools without or unusable gym: deadline May 30th

The Ministry of Education has recently launched a new national project aimed at setting up unconventional spaces for physical and sporting activities in primary and lower secondary schools. This project, called “Setting up unconventional spaces for physical and sporting activities in schools,” is specifically targeting schools without a usable gym or with a gym that is completely unusable.

The project, which is a collaboration between the Minister for Sport and Youth, the Department for Sport, and Sport e Salute SpA, aims to provide schools with innovative and economically sustainable solutions for physical activity. The goal is to create spaces within or around schools where students can safely engage in various motor, physical, and sporting activities.

In order to participate in the project, schools must meet certain requirements, including the absence or unusability of a school gym, the availability of a suitable internal or external space for the setup, and a minimum surface area of 50 m2 up to a maximum of 700 m2. Nominations for participation can be submitted from April 16th to May 30th through the reserved area on the project’s website.

This initiative is part of the government’s efforts to promote physical activity and sports in schools, providing students with the opportunity to engage in healthy and active lifestyles. It also aims to equip schools with multi-sports equipment and materials to enhance the overall physical education experience for students.

Overall, the project seeks to create a more dynamic and engaging environment for students to participate in physical activities and sports, ultimately promoting overall health and well-being within the school community.

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