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El Consell forma als monitors de l'Escola d'Estiu en la detecció de les possibles seqüeles en els infants arran de la covid-19

foto 2020 formacio monitors 1El Consell de Formentera, a través de la conselleria de Benestar Social, informa que al llarg de dues jornades ha realitzat una formació per a les monitores i els monitors de l'Escola d'Estiu per dotar-los de les eines de detecció en els infants de possibles dificultats, situacions de risc i símptomes diversos arran de la crisi sanitària viscuda.

Aquesta formació s'ha dividit en tres blocs. D'una banda, s'han tractat els possibles efectes psicològics en els infants i també en les famílies de l'estat d'alarma arran de la covid-19. El conseller de Benestar Social, Rafael Ramírez, ha destacat que “s'ha de tenir en compte que per a molts dels infants, la participació en l'Escola d'Estiu pot suposar la primera activitat grupal i el primer contacte extern fora de l'àmbit familiar”.

D'altra banda, també s'han treballat els possibles indicadors de risc per detectar diferents dificultats, símptomes, seqüeles o situacions susceptibles de ser ateses per a professionals especialitzats i, en darrer lloc, s'ha incidit en els protocols de les derivacions corresponents de casos concrets als serveis especialitzats.

L'àrea de Benestar Social recorda que per resoldre qualsevol dubte en aquests casos i obtenir més informació es pot trucar al telèfon 971 321271 o al correu electrònic educaciosocial@conselldeformentera.cat.

2 juliol de 2020
Àrea de Comunicació
Consell de Formentera

Summer camp programme admits 100% of children on enrolment registry

The Formentera office of youth reports that the island’s summer programme for school-aged children, the Escola d'Estiu, has admitted all 180 children for whom a registration form was filled out. The 2020 Escola d'Estiu will accommodate 99 children at the location in Sant Francesc, 57 in Sant Ferran and 24 in La Mola. Organisers will start placing calls this Monday to schedule meetings with families and prepare for the start of school.

Staggered drop-off and pick-up
The Escola d'Estiu daily programme runs from 8.00am to 2.30pm, and this year, parents and guardians are asked to choose from one of several drop-off and pick-up times. The main theme of the 2020 programme is health, while the watchword —“Ens cuidam”— aims to encourage personal care. Highlighting efforts by local government to satisfy demand for the summer programme, youth department consellera Vanessa Parellada described the Escola d'Estiu as a crucial resource for working families and underscored the positive impact that educational recreation has on child development.

Special safety protocol
Special protocol will be in place to prevent the spread of covid-19. Group size will be reduced and counsellors will interact exclusively with their assigned groups, abstaining from contact with other children to keep transmission risks to a minimum and forgoing trips outside the centre for the same. Cleaning and disinfecting measures mandated by the authorities will likewise be respected.

For more information, call 971 21 10 87 or email joventut@conselldeformentera.cat.

26 June 2020
Department of Communications
Consell de Formentera

Open enrolment at 2020 Escola d'Estiu

The Formentera Department of Youth reports that registration for the Escola d'Estiu will start tomorrow, Thursday 18 June. Signups extend through 24 June and can be completed online on the Virtual Citizen Information Office (OVAC) or in person and by appointment at the Citizen Information Office (OAC, tel: 971 32 10 87).

The Consell de Formentera’s summer programme  for children ages 3 to 12 starts 1 July, with campuses at schools in Sant Francesc, Sant Ferran and La Mola. Priority will go to families for whom balancing work and childcare is problematic, those at increased risk of social and economic hardship and those in which children are receiving special protective attention. Special tuition assistance is available for households particularly affected by the Covid-19 crisis.

Staggered drop-off and pick-up
The Escola d'Estiu daily programme runs from 8.00am to 2.30pm. This year, a system of staggered drop-off and pick-up times will be in place in order to avoid crowding. On registration forms, parents must note their preferred time for drop-off (8.00-8.30am, 8.30-9.00am or 9.00-9.30am) and pick-up (1.30-2.00pm or 2.00-2.30pm).

The main theme of the 2020 programme is health, and the watchword—“Ens cuidam”—centres on personal care. Youth department consellera Vanessa Parellada described the Escola d'Estiu as a crucial resource for local families whose workload typically surges in the high season months of summer, and highlighted the positive impact that educational recreation has on children. “And after three and a half months without school, this year the prospect of an environment where safe socialising, games, leisure and value-based learning can take place is more important than ever”.

Special safety protocol
Special protocol will be in place to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Group size will be reduced and counsellors will interact exclusively with their assigned groups, abstaining from contact with other children to keep transmission risks to a minimum and forgoing trips outside the centre for the same. Cleaning and disinfecting measures mandated by the authorities will likewise be respected.


For more information, call 971 21 10 87 or email joventut@conselldeformentera.cat.

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17 June 2020
Department of Communications
Consell de Formentera

Island’s nurseries reopen

foto 2020 tornada escoletaThe Formentera Department of Education reports that the Sa Miranda and Camí Vell nurseries will reopen from today, 15 June, welcoming back 17 youngsters at the former and 3 at the latter. Opening at 50% capacity, the escoletes can accommodate 54 of the 108 children normally enrolled.

The resumption of classes following a three-month hiatus will be gradual, with a transitional period aimed at helping children ease back into things and plans to increase class size progressively. Priority for admission will be given to children of parents for whom balancing work and childcare is problematic, households facing increased risk of social and economic hardship and families in which children are receiving special protective attention. The nurseries will open from 7.30am to 2.30pm, offering both early drop-off and cafeteria service.

Because of Covid-19, classrooms will reopen in line with safety and hygiene protocol: educators will wear masks given the impossibility of complying with the two-metre distancing rule. Infant groups will have no more than four children per group; one- to two-year-old groups will be limited to six, and a nine-child maximum will be observed for two- to three-year-old groups. Children must take turns in the patio space and open-air activities are encouraged, while the instructor-pupil ratio has been adjusted to enable teachers to adapt educational activities to new guidelines.

Each child’s temperature must be taken every day before school, and any children with a temperature of 37.5 or more must remain at home. As in previous months, educators will be assigned to families of children not currently returning to school.


15 June 2020
Department of Communications
Consell de Formentera

Consell de Formentera and Ajuntament d'Eivissa team up to offer language pointers to government personnel

Formentera’s office of language normalisation has joined forces with the city government of Eivissa to launch ‘Apunts en net’, a resource designed to help employees of both administrations tackle the most common issues raised by drafting texts in Catalan.

The premise: every week, three Catalan language-related notes will go out to work email accounts. Each email will contain a brief text explaining a theoretical aspect of the language and offering examples. Features will touch on one of three subjects:

1. Spelling, syntax, grammar and vocabulary (pronouns, prepositions, specific lexicon, etc.)
2. Stylistic conventions (use of upper and lower case, abbreviations and symbols, etc.)
3. Catalan for administrative contexts (administrative terms, aspects related to drafting administrative texts, etc.)

The programme’s creators see ‘Apunts en net’ as a way to give staff additional support in their daily work. Content will be geared towards not just addressing frequently asked questions about vocabulary, writing tips and stylistic conventions, but also offering clearly worded insight about evolving rules and conventions, newly coined words and specific expressions that surface over time. The format likewise allows for discussion of place names and real-life words and expressions.

Content and design of the weekly updates will be overseen by the language advisory services of both islands. Agency staff can expect to find the first emails in their inbox starting in June.

12 June 2020
Department of Communications
Consell de Formentera

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