GMG 2024 – Bolivia

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Global Association of Montessori Education and Sport are proud to announce the third adolescent Global Montessori Games. The event will take place at Colegio Despertad in Cochabamba, Bolivia. This will be the first event taking place in South America.

  LOCATION:

 Colegio Despertad

Colegio Despertad is a private, bilingual Montessori school, committed to teaching children with a modern and holistic approach. We are very excited for them to share their school, country and culture with us all and welcome you to apply to join. Colegio Despertad has over four hundred students, ages ranging from two to eighteen years old.

  DATE:

Sunday 21st of April until Saturday 27th of April 2024.

  PRICING:

The participation fee €399 per person (excluding travel expenses). This event is exclusively for Montessori schools.

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We would like to welcome 9 teams of 6 students (aged 12 up to 17), 3 male and 3 female. We suggest that each team be accompanied by 2 coaches.

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.

Again, students will be hosted by host families, who will play an important role of covering Bolivian culture and customs.

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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.’