A global education is one that explores the full potential of the child. Mind, body and emotion need to be equally contemplated. A child who is aware of his or her body and motor skills has greater self-esteem and better interacts with the environment around him or her. That is why Global Me sports is not only a detail, it is also part of the teaching culture.
At Global we offer classes in:
Global Me swimming is grounded in children’s overall motor development. It respects individual rhythm and experiences, and encourages students to overcome their limits. Classes take place in an indoor, ozonized and heated swimming pool.
Judo is a sport based on respect, dedication and discipline. At Global Me, we understand judo as a way to promote motor, mental, social development and the disciplinary ability of children.
Ballet with Paula Castro
The dance goal at Global Me is to help children have a channel for artistic expression. More than a technique of movement, the dance movement enables them to communicate and learn to “feel the world” with the body. Due to our partnership, we follow the teaching methodology of the Paula Castro Ballet school and our dancers integrate the dance group of Paula Castro at the year end presentation at the Teatro Alfa.
Global Me soccer develops motor skills such as speed of reaction, dexterity, spatial orientation, agility, and overall motor coordination, as well as promoting integration among children.
During the circus classes, several motor and interpretive activities are worked on, which help in the development of body expression and self-esteem. The proposed activities challenge the students to deal with problem situations that help in their socio-affective and motor development.
Among the proposed activities are elements of clown, simple juggling, trapeze, acrobatic fabric, human figures and floor acrobatics.
Such activities contribute to the strengthening and tonic control of large muscle groups, to the development and improvement of balance and flexibility, and to improved attention, posture and laterality.
Capoeira is an activity that stimulates the socio-affective, cognitive and motor aspects, in addition to increasing cardiovascular, respiratory and physical fitness. During the learning process, students can learn about the history of Brazil and the native folk dances of each region, because tales and drama are the resources of teaching the skills necessary for the game.
This is the only sport that allows the harmonious integration of music, singing, dancing and acrobatics. Capoeira is also based on the principles of citizenship and respect for others. Due to the cultural aspect, this activity is taught in the Portuguese language.
At Global Me, tennis develops motor skills, such as speed of reaction, dexterity, spatial orientation, agility, global motor coordination and promote the integration of children, as well as stimulate interest in the game. The practice is based on the proposed Pee-wee method Tennis.