What kind of activities are part of the “T’estiu molt” program?

The offer includes the “Bressol d’estiu” program for children from 1 to 3 years old, camps, camps, routes, summer children’s centers, sports activities, the Olímpia Campus, a musical arts workshop or family activities, among others.

What is the minimum and maximum age to register?

The minimum age is 1 year, and the maximum, 17 years.

When do the activities take place?

The first ones start on June 29th and the last ones end on September 5th.

How can registrations be processed?

Applications can be processed online and in person. To formalize the registration, the procedure must be consulted with the organizing entity, through the contact information provided in each of the activities that appear on the “T’estiu molt” website.

Are there activities for children and young people with disabilities?

Yes, all the activities that are part of the campaign must guarantee the inclusion of all children and adolescents, with programming and the appropriate technical and human means so that they can participate in them regardless of whether or not they may have a disability. . The organizing entity of the activity may request the Municipal Institute for People with Disabilities (IMPD) to reinforce the team of monitors to attend to children who, due to their disabilities, present special inclusion difficulties.

In addition, the program includes adapted activities to which boys and girls and young people under 21 years of age can register, provided that the family and the organizing entity consider it appropriate.

Can I apply for scholarships or grants?

Yes, the summer vacation campaign facilitates access to activities for all children and adolescents in the city, thanks to the financial support and municipal human resources that go to families and children who, for financial or personal reasons, they need special attention to access the activities.

The scholarships will be for a maximum of 14 days in the case of the “Bressol d’estiu” and the activities that are carried out outside Barcelona, ​​such as colonies, routes and camps, and a maximum of 10 days for the rest of activities.

When and how are scholarships applied for?

The deadline to apply for aid is from April 17 to May 15, both days included. They can be processed electronically through the Virtual Procedures Office, so it is recommended to have a digital certificate of the idCAT Móvil type or higher. For people who do not have a certificate, a support service will be enabled to obtain said certificate and carry out the digital procedure.

More information about the program can be found on the “T’estiu molt” website. In case of specific doubts, you can consult the frequently asked questions section.