- Getting injured while studying at a language school
- Injury before the start of the program
- The child became ill at school
- Special wardrobe for sports
- Prepared equipment is convenient and safe
- Nutrition of children in language camps
The welfare and safety of children is a priority for the staff of our partner schools. In any situation, the staff of the training center are ready to help the child.
Getting injured while studying at a language school
We cooperate with partner schools and children's camps , which offer an extensive extracurricular program. The latter usually includes sports activities and activities. Contact sports, such as, for example, football, are to some extent traumatic. Therefore, every session has a highly qualified medical specialist. Its task is to assess the severity of the injury, provide assistance, and organize the subsequent rehabilitation. In case of serious injury, the child will be taken to a clinic of the appropriate profile.
Preventing injuries in class is the task of the trainers of our partner schools. They do their best to minimize the risk of injury. For this purpose, pre-workout exercises are mandatory. Each sports activity ends with a set of special exercises aimed at effective recovery.
Injury before the start of the program
If your child is injured before starting the training in the camp, we recommend informing the staff of the educational institution. Upon arrival at the school, a medical examination will be conducted. Subsequently, in the sport, the coach and the physiotherapist will closely monitor the changes in the child's condition.
Any injury, even the most minor, requires professional treatment. Our partner schools provide our clients with high-quality medical care. Treatment and rehabilitation reduce the likelihood of problems with the health of the child in the long term.
The child became ill at school
When a minor illness appears in the child, the physiotherapist of the educational institution examines it. If specialized medical assistance is required, the pupil is sent to the clinic accompanied by a center employee.Language schools abroad are very attentive to the health and well-being of their students.
Special wardrobe for sports
We recommend providing the child with comfortable clothes for sports, taking into account the specifics of the latter. In addition, it will not be superfluous to have several sets for different weather. In summer, in many countries and cities where our partner schools are located, weather conditions change quite often.
As for specific sports, if special protective equipment is provided for them, its availability is mandatory. For example, in camps where football training is provided, they will not be allowed to participate in children without bootstraps or shields.
Prepared equipment is convenient and safe
Sprains of ligaments, blisters and calluses are typical minor post-training problems. But they can not be tolerated. We recommend that you prepare the child's outfit before the program begins. Shoes must be worn, protect the protective elements exactly in size, check fastenings, etc.
If a child still rubs his legs or gets sprained ligaments, the medical specialists of our partner schools will be able to cope with this problem.
Nutrition of children in language camps
In each of our partner schools, staff closely monitor the children's compliance with the regime. This applies to board meals, and drinking during training, snacks between them. Children are encouraged to love healthy eating, explaining the benefits of respecting the regime as an important factor in sports achievements.