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About us

 

 

Vilniaus moksleivių sveikatos centras is Vilnius city's non-formal education institution, founded in 1990. The centre contains 4 25m long pool trails and a corrective gym. Every year over 1,000 children from the city of Vilnius attend our classes.
    

   The health center organizes non-formal education for solving  tasks related to health strengthening, teaching and upbringing.


    The health centre's activities are not mandatory - children may choose to attend our classes if they want or need to due to medical conditions, on their own or with the help of their parents or guardians. The health centre is a place for children to spend their free time improving their health and strength.

    At the health centre we welcome 6-18 years old (for pool activites 7-18 y. o.) children and want to help them spend their free time while exercising, having fun and improving their health.

    The Health Centre undertakes to educate students in accordance with the principles listed in the concept of non-formal education and the programs developed by the institution that meet the needs of children. The Health Centre actualizes children's upbringing and education through exercises, events, projects and other activites. The main form of education is an activity that usually lasts a year.

 

    The vision of The Centre: Vilniaus moksleivių sveikatos centras – an institution available to every family, focused on purposeful spending of childrens' free time, providing high-quality health improvement services.

 

   The mission of The Centre: We want to reach a point where everyone's priority would be a healthy lifestyle.

   

   Philosophy: „A person who exercises moderately and in a timely manner can overcome a disease without any treatment“ (Avicenna). 

  

  Values: Professionalism - a responsible approach to work and high competence; Respect - tolerance and attention to everyone; Flexibility - acceptance of innovations while maintaining traditional forms, continuous improvement; Communion - we are not competitors, but like-minded people and collaborators.

   

Prioritized activities:

1. Ensuring effective and high-quality education;

2. Fostering the traditions of the Center;

3. Creating a safe and aesthetic environment;

4. Image of the center and public relations.

 

Strategy:
   – to create a modern, open to change, cozy and safe non-formal education institution accessible to children and young people from various social strata, providing high-quality, purposeful health and employment services.

 

    Operational objectives:
    - to protect and enhance children's health. To teach children to behave safely in the water, to help them develop vital swimming skills;
    - to develop the attitude of parents, children and teachers towards a healthy lifestyle and to strive for a proper lifestyle to become a family priority, a social norm;
    - to seek mutual understanding, empathy of community members and to expand the cooperation of the institution with social partners, parents (guardians) of students.

 

WHERE TO APPLY?

    Parents and children can familiarize themselves with the documents regulating the activities of the center:
    - the centre's information stand;
    - information on group staffing, children's education problems and other issues related to education is provided by the group teacher.

    - complaints or suggestions may be submitted to the administration of the Centre.

 

STAFF OF THE INSTITUTION:


    Administration: centre's director Vytautas Janušaitis

    Deputy for Education: Reda Sakalienė - teacher methodologist

    Deputy Minister for Economic Affairs:  Česlava Kaminskaja

 

      

    The center employs 9 qualified and certified teachers, (1 hour worker).

    Other employees: locker room staff, carpenter, electrician, chlorinators, warehousekeeper, locksmith, guards, cleaners.

    The Health Centre conducts seminars for physical education teachers and shares pedagogical and professional experience.

    Every last activity of the month in the Health Centre can be visited by the parents or guardians of the children. During them, the parents or guardians of the children can observe the lessons, teachers inform them about the child's achievements, failures, advise on healthy lifestyle issues.