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15 de June de 2023
Survival training

Five lessons about survival skills in order to increase situation based self-confidence. The students get to learn in, through and about nature.

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14 de June de 2023
Erasmus Natural Schooling Curriculum Innovation Project Handbook (OI1) Swedish language version

Den här handboken är ett samarbetsresultat av organisationer i Italien, Spanien, Sverigeoch England som en del av det Erasmus+- finansierade projektet “Natural Schooling: usingcurriculum innovation projects to improve student outcomes” […]

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14 de June de 2023
Erasmus Natural Schooling Curriculum Innovation Project Handbook (IO1) English language version

This English version handbook is a collaborative output by organisations in Italy, Spain, Sweden and the UK as part of the Erasmus+ funded ‘Natural Schooling: using curriculum innovation projectsto improve […]

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12 de June de 2023
Building an outdoor classroom
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21 de May de 2023
Foraging for Art

Natural schooling outdoor lesson foraging leaves for artwork. The leaves are brought back to the classroom for students to experiment with a variety of art techniques including rubbings and printing. […]

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16 de March de 2023
Outdoor recreation days

Outdoor recreation days to increase students’ well-being, physical as well as mental.

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16 de March de 2023
Outdoor science – inquiry based learning

Learning in, through and about nature

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16 de March de 2023
School of Ants

Gathering information can help understand the effects of urbanisation on climate, invasive species growth and animal biodiversity.

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2 de December de 2022
Mycological field work

The students of 1º ESO from CPI O Cruce de Cerceda went out to the field to collect mushrooms along the Anllóns river. The activity was organized by the biology […]

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16 de February de 2022
Start river sampling in Rego do Cotovíl (Spain)

At CPI O Cruce de Cerceda (Spain), students learn basic skills about how to sample and monitor a river ecosistem. Water analysis, vegetal species identification and macroinvertebrates in water were […]

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In nature, nothing is perfect and everything is perfect. Trees can be contorted, bent in weird ways, and they’re still beautiful. –Alice Walker

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