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Early registration at school of music and dance

foto escola md1The culture and education departments of the Formentera Council report that early registration is now open for the Escola de Música i Dansa. New and returning students have until June 24 to sign up to reserve a spot.

The process can be completed online at the OVAC or in person—at the Citizen Information Office (OAC) or, next Thursday from 4.30pm to 7.30pm, directly at the school. Administrators will contact applicants by calling the phone number provided at the time of application, either to finalise enrolment or to schedule entrance exams.

Course offering:

Music (accredited; 8 and up):


Music (non-accredited; all ages):

Traditional Music (castañuelas, tambor and flute)
Musical Band
Initiation to Music (5, 6 and 7 years old)
Brass Band Workshops (flute, saxophone, clarinette, trumpet and trombone)

Dance (accredited; 8 and up):

Classical and Danza Española

Dance (non-accredited; all ages):

Modern Dance
Classical (adults)
Initiation to Dance (3-7 years old)

May 16, 2019
Àrea de Comunicació
Formentera Council

Officials sit down to negotiate new technical training programmes

foto-reunio---mn-fp1CiF first councillor Jaume Ferrer was joined by Susana Labrador, the administration's deputy first councillor and education and culture chief, together with two Govern balear officials—education and universities minister Martí March and the director general of technical schools and teacher training, Maria Alorda—in inaugurating the committee charged with negotiating new professional development modules for islanders and how best to support them.

The idea is that the committee—or “Mesa de Negociació”, which welcomed other attendees too, such as voices from high school IES Marc Ferrer and the island's social and economic sectors—was to chart the course of continuing education on Formentera. Councillor Labrador hailed the committee's formation, pointing out that “professional development, together with improved conditions for local students who study on Eivissa and must commute to class, is at the centre of a longstanding appeal by islanders”. The Mesa's next gathering is planned for September.

Sant Ferran school
Minister March announced the construction contracts for the Sant Ferran nursery and primary school rebuild would be signed this Wednesday, and primed islanders for the “imminent start” of work. It is hoped that children will be able to put the new buildings to test for the 2020-2021 academic calendar.

Funding for the €6.9-million project to build the escola and escoleta will be split between the Balearic ministry of education and the Formentera Council. The Palma ministry has promised to put up €5.8 million for the early-learning and primary schools and the Formentera administration will pay another one million for the escoleta.

May 6, 2019
Àrea de Comunicació
Formentera Council

Formentera celebrates International Dance Day

festa-dia-de-la-dansa-1-The education office of the Formentera Council reports that yesterday, Monday April 29 at 6.00pm, the local school of music and dance celebrated International Dance Day in the interpretative centre at Can Marroig.

An audience of roughly one hundred enjoyed music and dance performances by 48 island youth specialising in guitar, music for beginners (five to seven years old), accredited dance and modern dance. Material spanned a breadth of styles, from Tchaikovsky's “Swan Lake” and Shakira's “La, la, la”.

April 30, 2019
Àrea de Comunicació
Formentera Council

'Learn to love, learn to trust'

grup de suport cartell 2maig191On Thursday May 2 at 6.00pm, the Sala d'Actes (next to Sant Francesc library) will host the psychologist Pepa Horno for a talk called “Learn to love, learn to trust”. Organised by the CiF social welfare office, the free event is part of the activities programme for the “Family Support Group” (Grup de Suport Familiar) and is included in the programme of a CEP-sponsored initiative known as the Escola de Pares i Mares.

Members of the audience will hear about how families and educators involved in raising children can work towards emotional “self-regulating”. Horno described the goal as building on children's and teens' emotional strength by moving away from fear and showing them how to recognise their emotions, creating a solid affective network they can rely on when scared or sad.

April 30, 2019
Àrea de Comunicació
Formentera Council

Open enrolment at island's early-learning “escoletes”

EscoletaThe Formentera Council's education department wishes to announce the start of enrolment at the island's two nurseries, or escoletes. Parents of children born between 2017 and 2019 can register their young ones at Escoleta Sa Miranda, while enrolment at Escoleta Camí Vell is open to children born in 2017 or 2018. The registration period comes to a close on Wednesday April 17, 2019.

Application forms can be picked up from and returned to the Citizen Information Office, or OAC, at carrer Ramon Llull, number 6 (operating hours are 9.00am to 2.00pm Monday through Friday and Thursday afternoons, 4.00pm to 6.00pm). Enrolment can also be handled online on the Council's virtual platform, the OVAC, at https://ovac.conselldeformentera.cat/.

More information is available by contacting the escoletes directly. Sa Miranda is open to the public Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays from 1.30pm to 2.30pm. Camí Vell staff are on hand to receive visits at the same time on Wednesdays.

April 8, 2019
Àrea de Comunicació
Formentera Council

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