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13/12/2020 12:00
School Project activities help motivate kids to stay active and play the game
News from the CEV

Luxembourg, December 13, 2020. The current circumstances are certainly challenging in many ways and yet a number of National Federations are still able to continue with their extensive work to grow Volleyball at the grassroots level. This is especially important at times when there are very little opportunities for socialisation, also for kids.

After delivering Volleyball masterclasses in Minsk and Gomel, the Belarus Volleyball Federation have announced that they are now planning to take the CEV School Project to the city of Mogilev in late December. There are still restrictions in place in the country for activities involving children, but the organisers are hoping to hold another successful event in a city where Volleyball is already ‘at home’ – since Mogilev has hosted many international competitions, including European qualifiers involving the men’s and women’s national teams of Belarus.
Late November and early December was a busy and exciting time for Volleyball Denmark and their partners, with the organisation of visits to Rødding skole and Rødding Friskole among the highlights. Representatives of Rødding Volleyball club have organised sessions with the local school pupils and their teachers – and they were especially happy to see many of the kids expressing the wish to visit the club. The two schools have received a number of volleyballs, which can only help make sure that the masterclass will have a lasting legacy.