The Summer Educational Reinforcement Program this year will see 986 students participate in 24 Almeria public schools and 119 teachers. The Andalusian level has 9,343 students, 211 educational centres, and 1,030 teachers. 878 of these teachers are from Primary Education, while 152 belong to Secondary Education. The initiative has reached 27,275 participants in its four editions.
This project is held in July and targets students in Primary Education and students in the first year of Compulsory Secondary Education.
Its main purpose is to prevent school failure and offer a free public education alternative for Andalusian families during July. The Program's purpose is to increase skills and attitudes in reading, mathematics reasoning, and mathematical logic. It also aims at acquiring linguistic skills, such as the English language, and combining this with healthy habits and sports practice. .
Students should also learn organizational and work skills, as well as study methods. This will increase the chances of Andalusian students being promoted and graduating.
Yesterday, Antonio Jimenez, the delegate of Education and Sports, said that it was "an excellent opportunity to reinforce the subjects of mathematics and Spanish language and literature, all in a relaxed and relaxed environment", Matilde Romero, the head of Educational Planning, accompanied him by Matilde Romero. They visited the 'Antonio Devalque College of Early Childhood and Primary Education, (CEIP), in Rioja. This is where the fourth edition will take place during the summer. The mayor Manuel Juarez received them, as well as Valerie Calatrava, head of studies and Coordinator of the Program. There are 28 children enrolled in the Program, with two teachers attending to them during this first fortnight.
Through the Ministry of Education and Sports the Junta de Andalucia provides didactic material for participating centers. This includes printed resources and guidelines for using multimedia educational resources to complete the program. Student learning. They are also provided with a guide that provides guidance on active and innovative methods to bring the teaching-learning process closer to their real world contexts.