YOUNG ZONE SANTA CRISTINA D’ARO (2010-2013)
Santa Cristina d’Aro
From 2010 until the summer of 2013, the Association Batibull has managed Young Zone Santa Cristina d’Aro, creating a benchmark for Youth in the municipality. As open space offered from sports activities, workshops, games, board games, Wii, tournaments, talks to Youth Information Point with advice on the different services and youthresources. In this space, we have also carried out various activities: Extraordinary (included within the regular programming activities including championship Scalextrix,outputs, literary or artistic workshops contests) and quarterly activities to meet the demand for training by the youth of the town to the annual participatory assembly.
SÍ QUE CIRC (2012)
Girona, Els Químics Espai Jove – IES Santiago Sobrequés
Based on the idea that the circus is a medium that promotes personal and social development and working circus techniques within the framework of the educational activities, the project Sí que Circ had to promote artistic creation, expression, health, development of psychomotor skills and practice social values.
Using as a model educational pedagogy of leisure, the creative process was facilitated by the different circus skills: acrobatics, juggling and acrobatics, combining sport and art.
This creative process was introduced on June 02, 2012, within the framework of the Conference of the street shop, working in tasting different educational and cultural activities.
EL PORTAL JOVE DE BLANES (2008-09-10-11-2012)
Reference space, where the dynamic receiving and guiding the young people of the town, those questions or concerns about education, work, training…
Information service from the available services and resources offered by the administration. Selfinquiry space (computers, internet, photocopying, printing …).
TARDES DE CIRC ALS QUÍMICS (2011)
During Thursday of November and December 2011, the association has encouraged the youth marathon circus afternoon, to Els Químics Espai Jove de Girona. Novice participants were able to take a first contact with the world of the circus and some of its main disciplines such as juggling, acrobatics and balancing the. At the same time, more experienced participants were able to acquire new knowledge and improve their technique.