Záhradkárske workshopy na špeciálnych základných školách
- 💡 Description
- Mentally ill students should also have information about the Climate crisis and solutions for it. The project has decided to create a project for students with special educational needs/mentally handicapped/studying at special schools in the Košice region. They have chosen five special schools because they believe that mentally ill students should also have information about the Climate crisis and solutions for it. They want to help special schools because, in the Košice region, there are aged special schools that do not have greenery on the exterior and they are not supported for improvement by the government. That is why they have created the project Special schools gardening workshops which learn pupils aged 7-13 years how to care about the environment, learn how to take care of plants, and also help schools with vegetation on the exterior. They want to do workshops for pupils where they can understand how to protect the environment and also how to grow beneficial plants in their homes. That is why they desire to teach them how to grow plants and in cooperation with their schools, they would like to create a space in the exterior where they can plant and grow their own plants. After ripening they can taste fruits that they grew themselves or they can see lovely flowers growing in the garden. After all, they will know that it is not hard to grow plants. Pupils will also discover that it is important to have green spaces on the exterior that helps biodiversity and they will have a fine place outside of school where they can go and de-stress after courses. Because pupils have psychological needs such as ADHD, hyperactivity, etc. the project will have to consult our workshop with their teachers and other experts.
- 🎯 Target Group
- Students with special educational needs/mentally handicapped/studying at special schools in the Košice region
- 🌱 Expected Results
- 6 workshops, 6 new gardens at 6 schools, +60 trained pupils
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