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CEI El Jarama in pictures
Building 1. Office & Dining roomsBuilding 2. Bed rooms Two spacious and air condotioned buildings with a capacity of: 250 children in overnight stays 400 children in 1 day visits
Bedroom Bathroom 22 bedrooms with bunk beds (sheets included) 10 multiple bathrooms with sinks, showers and toilettes. 6 bedrooms for teachers and companions with 2-3 beds, each one of them with its individual bathroom.
Dining room 2 Dining room 1 2 dining rooms with a capacity for 300 children a day. Own kitchen Food allergy & food intolerance: alternative menus for children who suffer any kind of food allergy or food intolerance.
LUNCHDINNER DAY 1 Macarroni Roasted chicken with chips Fruit White rice Sausage and french omelette Yoghurt / crème caramel DAY 2 Lentils Meat balls Fruit Soup Fried food Yoghurt / crème caramel DAY 3 Paella Cold meat with salad Fruit Courgette soup Pizza Yoghurt / crème caramel DAY 4 Green beans Fish Fruit Hamburguer with chips Yoghurt / crème caramel DAY 5 Spaguetti Roasted chicken with salad Fruit Breakfast: Orange juice, biscuits and other pastries, butter, jam, bread, milk, cocoa and cereal. Snack: Cold meat, cheese or nutella sandwich, biscuits and milk shake. *IMPORTANT: This is an indicative menu and therefore it is subject to change depending on our daily needs. Indicative menu for 5 DAY STAYS
CEI El Jarama is located in a natural environment with a riverside forest ecosystem (river Jarama) which allows a direct contact of the children with nature. The total surface area of the installations is square metres.
Tables under the cherry treesGreen area near the lake Arco iris slide Swimming pool
- Vineyard and cereal sown field. - Grove with different ornamental species. - Pine grove and fruit tree grove. - Medicinal, aromatic plants area. - Fields for horses, donkeys, sheep and goats, green house and vegetable garden.
The vegetable garden The grape harvest Apiculture. The beehivesStudying the water cycle circuit
Shearing the sheep Feeding the goats Milking the cow In the pigsty
SAMPLE TIMETABLE - ARRIVAL DAY 10:30Arrival and welcome 10:30-11:30 Settling in the bedrooms and group making 11:30-13:00 Visiting the farm and the animals 13:00-14:30Lunch / Free time 14:30-15:45Workshop or activity I 15:45-17:00Workshop or activity II 17:00-18:00Snack / Free time 18:00-19:30Workshop or activity III 19:30-20:15Personal hygiene / Showers 20:15-21:15Dinner / Free time 21:15-22:15Night game 22:30Bed time SAMPLE TIMETABLE - DEPARTURE DAY 8:30-9:00 Waking up and personal hygiene 9:00-10:00Breakfast / Packing up 10:00-10:30Assembly 10:30-11:45Workshop or activity IV 11:45-13:00Workshop or activity V 13:00-14:30Lunch / Free time 14:30-15:15 Finishing workshops / collecting all handcrafts 15:30Good bye
SAMPLE TIMETABLE - INTERMEDIATE DAYS 8:30-9:00 Waking up and personal hygiene Levantarse y aseo 9:00-10:00 Breakfast / Tyding up rooms 10:00-10:30Assembly 10:30-11:45Workshop or activity I 11:45-13:00Workshop or activity II 13:00-14:30Lunch / Free time 14:30-15:45Workshop or activity III 15:45-17:00Workshop or activity IV 17:00-18:00Snack / Free time 18:00-19:30Workshop or activity V 19:30-20:15Personal hygiene/ Showers 20:15-21:15Dinner / Free time 21:15-22:15Night game 22:30Bed time REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION An authorisation signed by the mothe, father or legal tutor of the child attending the activity Photocopy of the HEALTH CARD Informative letter with all allergies, food intolerances and medical incidences TELEPHONE CALLS It is FORBIDDEN to bring MOBILE PHONES Children will be allowed to call their families 2 days during their snack time (17h - 18h) In case a child cannot get through during that time, he will be allowed to make a new call in different moment Children will bring pocket money to make the phone calls from the phone booth
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