Now in Moscow, the program of urban summer recreation for schoolchildren "Moscow Smena" is in full swing. In June, it was launched for the fourth time and now has become a permanent program from a pilot project. "Since 2016, it has been possible to form a new standard of urban summer recreation for schoolchildren," Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin wrote on his personal website.
According to him, school camps for boys and girls who stay in the city for the summer have always existed in Moscow. But there were no uniform standards for urban recreation. In particular, for schools, the organization of summer camps was a test, because in June it is necessary to take exams, and in July-August to prepare the territory for the new school year. "But there is a need for city rest. Not all parents can afford even preferential vouchers for children, not all have summer cottages, not all have grandmothers, and it is not always possible to go on vacation in the summer," Sergei Sobyanin said.
The new standard of urban summer recreation for schoolchildren provides for comfortable and free leisure. Parents can rest assured that their children are safe five days a week from 9:00 to 19:00, eat three meals a day and are busy with interesting things.
In addition, the recreation of children has become more accessible and varied. “In addition to general education schools, sports schools and social institutions (regional centers for helping families and children) organize children's recreation,” the mayor writes. “The rest should be interesting, which means that the children spend a significant part of their time outside the camp - they go on excursions, museums and theaters ".
This year the children will visit 26 museums, 5 theaters and 15 animation centers. Among them - "Zaryadye", "Moskvarium", Museum of Man "Living Systems", Planetarium, children's city of professions "Kidburg", observation deck "Panoram360" in the tower "Federation" and other interesting places.
Also, the new standard of urban recreation provides for useful leisure. "The guys play, study in circles, compete, pass TRP standards and participate in career guidance programs," notes Sergei Sobyanin. …