The Albert-Camus college, in partnership with the CSC Tennis, will likely be providing, from September, a combined tennis promotional class for a gaggle of twenty sixth grade college students and sixteen fifth grade college students. This mission is a component of the Generation 2024 Olympic label, which has simply been requested by the Briar institution.
Teacher in bodily training and sports activities at the college of Bléneau (Yonne) for twenty-four years, the place she contributed to the institution of a promotional handball class, Claudia Trunde-Dupré arrived in the Briar school in September 2020 This former participant of the CSC Tennis Briare, ranked 15, along with the head of the institution Denis Cherrier and the members of the tennis membership, subsequently labored on a combined tennis promotional class mission. “We could use the four recently renovated outdoor courts in Prés-Gris, as well as the two covered courts, located near the college,” she explains.
“Currently, the established conference deeds the enrollment of twenty six-year-olds. e and sixteen college students of 5 e », Continues Claudia Trunde-Dupré, who has simply despatched the mission for a Generation 2024 Olympic label.
“One of the objectives of the labeling is to strengthen the links between sports clubs and schools. More specifically, and the college’s sports association is a stakeholder, the promotional class aims to: support each selected student in his or her athletic and academic success; foster a climate conducive to student involvement and development,; enrich the student’s cultural and sporting career and work on values. For all this, the students will be able to count on the presence of Ludovic Guillet, graduate of the State Certificate level 5 and professor at the CSC Tennis ”, assures the trainer.
She clearly needs to perpetuate this mission over time and adapt it, in the coming years, to lessons of 4. e and three e.
For the Briar membership, “this prospect is an opportunity to introduce young people to the practice of tennis and to give them the opportunity to join the association over the long term,” says President Yves Bar.