Chess is much more than a board game. It is decoded thoughts, actions and methods. It is based on mathematics and psychology, while the element of luck has no bearing upon the outcome. Chess gives players the opportunity to hone their skills in observation, concentration and the ability to predict their opponent’s moves. Most of all, however, chess players learn to show respect.
The workshop is designed for children who have no previous knowledge of chess, as well as for children who already know the rules of the game. Children learn to cultivate, through chess, strategic thinking and decision-making skills in a fun and creative way.
Design - Implementation: Regeneration & Progress
Sunday 07 & 21/11
16.00 - 16.45 & 17.00 - 17.45
-16.00-16.45 or children who do not know the rules
-17.00- 17.45 for children who know the rules
For children aged 6-12
Up to 10 participants per slot
Free admission through online pre-registration
For the activities on 07/11, preregistration starts on Monday 01/11 at 12.00
For the activities on 21/11, preregistration starts on Monday 15/11 at 12.00
Participants are advised to be at the event's location 15 minutes prior to the commencement of the event.
For their safe participation, athletes aged 17 and under must demonstrate, upon arrival at the venue, a self-test of negative result (of at least one week) from the website self-testing.gov.gr. While for athletes 18 years and older it is necessary to demonstrate a negative rapid test or PCR of at least a week.
* No Covid-19 test (PCR, rapid, self test) is required for fully-vaccinated participants. Participants must meet one of the following: the presentation of a valid vaccination certificate (valid after 14 days following the second dose of the vaccine) or a certificate of recovery, valid for at least 30 days and at most 180 days after the initial positive result.
For all cases of an official document demonstration, a parallel identity check of the holder will be carried out.
The use of face mask and social distancing measures are mandatory in indoor and outdoor areas of the SNFCC, in accordance with Hellenic National Public Health Organization regulations.
Due to public health measures, there may be changes regarding either the staging of the event, or the maximum number of participants.