The Cerezales Antonino and Cinia Foundation, in its intention to act as an engine for disseminating cultural activities in the immediate environment, proposes a didactic program of workshops to develop with schools, both at headquarters and in theirs.
This educational program aims to reinforce the curricular subjects of Education In Primary and Secondary levels through didactic activities, covering areas of work such as artistic creation, music or environment knowledge. Specifically, the didactic programs are currently intended to serve as a complement to the educational practice of the students of C.R.A. del Porma., C.R.A de Riello, the school Valles de Boñar and high school Pablo Díez in Boñar.Regardless, the educational work of FCAYC extends to all audiences with workshops aimed at all ages (from 3 years old to adulthood) during holiday periods. This offer includes the approximately 17 workshops that are held each year at its headquarters during the months of July and August as part of Encerezados.
You can access the history of proposals for cultural and educational mediation in this link.
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