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We wish you all a merry Christmas and a happy new year!✨ An eventful year comes to its end. This is the time of year to reflect upon the many things that have made 2019 so special.
The objective of “Blast the Plast” is to equip young students with the tools to create positive, lasting environmental change. It is an investigative, action-packed vision for stopping plastic pollution at source and generating ideas for a plastic free school.
Since the beginning of the school year we are learning a lot about all the different aspects and contexts of plastic. We did some research about plastic consumption and recycling in Germany, Iceland and Sweden. Now it is time to get the chemistry straight and find out what plastic is made of. We may be […]
Christmas is well known to be the most wonderful time of the year. That’s also what we, the German plastic ambassadors, thought. We decided to handcraft upcycled DIY bags for a good cause.
We started the day by playing a life kinetic game. We were supposed to learn the weekdays by playing this game which was a little hard because the pronunciation is very difficult…
At school we worked together in trinational groups on different projects. Therefore we used a method called design thinking.
Day 2 from the Erasmus project in Iceland! Daily routine: We got up at 8 o’clock and then had breakfast. After the breakfast we walked two minutes to school.
Our first day in Iceland started with a nice breakfast in the hostel. Next we did a bus tour called “The Golden Circle Tour”. We stopped at different spots like: The Thingvellir National Park where Icelanders declared independence from Denmark. In former times even the Vikings had their “trials” there. Later on we went to […]
Hæ! … means “Hello” in Iceland. We finally did it – our first mobility has arrived and we all are meeting up up north.