On June 15th, 2018 students were given their GLOBAL SCHOLARS AWARDS by the School Principal, Mrs. Ariadna Daura, and by the Sant Boi Town Hall Education Councillor, Miss Alba Martínez.
It was a very nice ceremony in recognition of the students’ hard work this year. Our students presented all the projects they have done during the course.
Our students have learnt a lot of about Nutrition and the Impact of Food Wate in our society and in unit 5 created a Community Action Project to change an aspect of their Community. They did really well. Congratulations!!!!!
This is our project about Nutrition: https://sites.google.com/view/nutritionworkshop/presentation by Sergio Robles, Lucia Moreno, Prabh Kaur and Erika Raya.
This is our project about Food Waste: https://sites.google.com/view/food-wastesolutions/conclusion by Pablo Agudo, Guillermo Aliaga, Juan Álvarez and Eyker Rodríguez.
This is our project about the environment: https://sites.google.com/view/ourenvironmentproblem/my-recording by Rossy Beltre, Belén Vargas, Loubna Tahrichi and Fátima Dias.
This is our project about Recycling: https://sites.google.com/s/1DVZqsVzmE7hCxrnBVyBKGYBWZqP6QWwm/p/1w0Kl6M1YhwDnvnnIgfmBX-Sf3JGj8ExQ/edit by Nagore Cabrera, Ainhoa Moreno, Paula Nuñez, Andrea Tello and Ariadna Palomares.
This is our project about Nutrition: https://sites.google.com/site/nutritionleaap/conclusion Sincerelly, Erika and Alba by Erika, Alba, Ariadna, Lorena and Paula Gil.
This is our project about Food Waste: https://sites.google.com/view/rcfoodwaste by Júlia Fernández, Edith Ngamale, Carla González, Desireé Rodríguez and Nerea Chacón
This is our Project about how to create a Green Canteen: https://sites.google.com/view/greencanteen/presentation by Ainhoa, Marco, Iván, Jawad, Bernat, Ainhoa,Miranda, Ian and Adrián.
This is our project about Junk Food by Naiara Nunyent, Maria Sabariego, Ruth and Dánel
Week 3: Make a Plan
Before students can act on their project, they should make a plan. Teachers decide how detailed students’ plans need to be.
Kidsgardening.org: Create and Sustain a Community Garden
Website—Intermediate–This web resource breaks down the steps needed to create and sustain a community garden. Are your students focusing on a different type of project? Don’t worry! Many of the steps outlined on this website, such as fundraising and cultivating student ownership, can apply to any type of Community Action Project.
Use this poster to create an individualized project map for your unique Community Action Project.