Extra - curricular achievements are now more important than ever and that young girls "desperately" need a "sense of achievement". Friendship Society/A & V Rhythmic Club will enter young gymnasts to on-line international rhythmic gymnastics competitions to provide them with a goal and offer opportunity for young people to have "sense of achievement" through sport.
The impact of the last year on the nation's resilient young minds cannot be underestimated. Children of every age be it toddlers or teenagers, have been denied crucial rites of passage and opportunities for development. Older girls trying to build identity in the world - do not have the validation from others. Disrupted education and isolation from friends and loved ones having detrimental impact on well-being of young girls. As a result , too many are losing all hope for the future.
To support girls to regain the resilience to life, bring back spark in their lives A & V Rhythmic Club would like to enter girls to on-line international competitions. This will help them to feel connected to girls around the world and belonging to gymnastics community.
Friendship society/ A & V rhythmic club support girls to find opportunities in life, education and employment. extra curriculum sport massively improves children physical and mental health. the current pandemic and restrictions on children education are likely to leave scares for the rest of the life, however sport (training for competition/ participation in competition/ maintaining gymnastics training) make children resilient and give a vital skill to overcome barriers and to succeed in life.