Ours is a strong invitation to get information to "get better". The correct knowledge of the proposal and the comparison with other parents whose children have already participated, inevitably leads to transmit even indirectly to their children that sense of confidence in the novelty that, in addition to being useful at Campo Gulliver, is also "educational style" "Of life. During the Open Days you can also see the structure, meet the Camp Management and some educators. Minors can begin to make friends with each other, understand where they will sleep, where they will eat and how they will wash. The goal is to remove all the normal concerns that everyone can have in meeting a "new thing". Some of the Open Days are also a nice moment of collective celebration, where activities will be proposed to imagine and dream the adventures that will take place during the camps.
After a few days from the end of the Campo shift, the Management will send by e-mail some personal observations deduced from the careful observation on the permanence of each participant in the field. This letter wants to tell how field educators have seen and known the child or the host boy and the ultimate goal is to give parents an instrument to "verify" what happens outside the family environment. We recommend that you take these observations in a spirit of simple educational collaboration ... They do not express a judgment on the character or person, of which we do not feel authorized to give a decisive opinion. We ask you to consider these opinions as if they were modest notes, limited to a limited period of time in which we managed to stay with your child.
The intent of these lines is to let you participate in our educational proposal in a simple attempt to do our best ... Now we are waiting for you at Campo!