For a first in Saint-Martin, the USEP Guadeloupe committee implemented a training session for USEP animators.

Indeed, from May 13 to May 15, 2015, at Emile Choisy school, 28 adults (teachers, parents, community agents) were able to discover new physical and sporting activities in the service of projects bearing the values ​​of the republic and the USEP: diversity and equity. The practice of aquatic games, innovative games and the oval ball led to the construction of sports and educational projects for the 2015-2016 school year.
Alongside the 6 departmental trainers, Mr. Alain GROSDESORMEAUX (elected from the Collectivity of Saint-Martin) and Mr. Louis FLEMING, CPC EPS (representative of the IEN in charge of the Circumscription) proceeded to the official opening of the course.
During these 21 hours of training, the 28 trainees showed their involvement in the modules offered and their desire to better understand the humanist movement. Teachers, parents, employees of the community: the training sought to put into effect educational continuity.


Some reactions from trainees:
“This internship gave rise to many hopes for a better tomorrow for our students but also for us: teachers, community employees, parents, animators, director, counselors… There are few times when we are all together, without differences or discrimination. . It's nice and it gives back positive energy to move forward. " Sophie (USEP moderator).
"I found this training just great, I really look forward to being able to put into practice all this knowledge and skills acquired in the service of the child and the students" Malaïka (USEP facilitator)
“Good atmosphere, serious and cheerful, relevant and constructive debates. I feel more ready to start projects! As the trainers said, they have planted a seed and hope to see a baobab grow ”Florence (Animator USEP)
The USEP Guadeloupe committee thanks the Collectivity of Saint-Martin, the 6 volunteer trainers (Christophe Chicot, Narayaninsamy Sherline, Saint-Auret Sabrina, Rubert Eléa, Armongon Andy, Jean-Luc Elice, the USEP animators of Saint-Martin, the Cultural Center de Grand-Case, for their involvement in the success of this internship.


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