Sadly, the meeting is over. FITS Participants spent wonderful, hard-working days in Nidzica, Poland. Here is the slideshow to help everyone remember those events.
After the mobility in Poland, in April 2019 the participating students showed the basic rules and conducted rugby trainings for their peers.
After the LTT in Nidzica Bulgarian participants presented the meeting, what they had learned and their memories to their peers.
On 29th March we organized a Final Event of our project – a large, international sporting presentation of project sports – floor hockey, cheerleading and rugby. It was the dissemination event summarising the whole “Facilitating Inclusion Through Sports” Erasmus+ project. FITS students and teachers, supported by our project partners – members of Warmińsko-Mazurski Okręgowy Związek Rugby and Rugby Team Olsztyn – had the opportunity to show everything they have learnt since the project started. The event took place in Nidzica’s local Sports Centre (Hala MOSiR). Around 300 hundred guests – students from other local schools, came to take part in it. We were also honoured with the presence of local authorities, such as our regional Member of Polish Parliament (and former professional volleyball player, member of Polish National Volleyball Team) Mr Paweł Papke, Deputy of the County Office, Mr Paweł Przybyłek, and Head of the local Education Department, Ms Jolanta Tymińska. We started the event by describing the project and Erasmus+ program, after that all three FITS sports were presented by project participants: floor hockey, cheerleading and rugby. The rules were explained, drills, techniques and figures were presented. Invited guests had a chance to perform the drills, play short scrimmages, take part in various tasks and competitions. They were also awarded for their effort and engagement. Everyone had plenty of fun!
Our project aims at combating exclusion and obstacles our students face, and facilitating inclusion of disadvantaged participants through sports and physical activity
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