Elementary GMG 2020 – France

Afbeelding voor Elementary GMG 2020 – France
The first Global Montessori Games for upper elementary pupils between 9 and 12 years old is in France. Eight Montessori schools from all over the world will come to the Positive School in Gières. A mix of activities (sports, culture and acquaintance) will be offered here.

  LOCATION:

  France

Positive School Gières

  DATE:

Monday 21st of September until Friday 25th of September 2020

  PRICING:

The participation fee €199 (excluding travel expenses). This event is exclusively for Montessori schools.

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Due to sporting demands, cultural sharing and the travel involved, this event is best suited to upper-elementary students, between grades 4 and 6.

Teams will consist of 8 students, 4 boys and 4 girls, and we suggest that they be accompanied by 2 coaches, preferably of different gender.

Students will be hosted by local families, who will play an important role of covering French culture and customs.

This event is about building a peaceful and better world by practicing sports and making new friendships. Pupils, teachers and school leaders alike, will learn more about different countries, and their cultures, by working together and sharing ideas and practices.

It is not about competition or winning prizes but coming together and participating in sports in the Olympic spirit of fun, friendship, solidarity and fair play.

We have already had a lot of interest and wish to welcome schools from all over the world, hoping that many countries, continents and cultures will be represented. We suggest declaring your interest as early as possible.

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‘ The aim of Global Association of Montessori Education and Sport is to connect people through sport and education. It is about building a peaceful and better world by practicing sports and making new friendships. Pupils, teachers and school leaders alike, will learn more about different countries, and their cultures, by working together and sharing ideas and practices.’