Avinguda de Roma
- Environmental education facility
The project places students out of school facilities, in the middle of public space. From this perspective, and within the school curriculum, Aula Viva is developed. Two weekly sessions, one and a half hours long, complement the subjects of the evenings on Tuesdays and Wednesdays and show 5th and 6th graders a comprehensive repertoire of environmental education: organic urban horticulture, seed banks, urban medicine kit, permaculture, composting and other sustainability tools and methodologies applied to the common space that surrounds schools and students' lives. The Aula Viva consists of 58 sessions of theoretical and practical work with direct intervention in different areas of the field: beds, flower beds, sidewalks and other common elements of the public space will be improved by the 100 students boys and girls participating in the 'Classroom.
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