A total of 70 schools are therefore committed to education for sustainable development through the 6 themes proposed and the educational tools developed by the Swiss Eco-Schools team.
We are already looking forward to discovering the new projects that will be developed! 🙂
A few days ago, we visited a school in Salvan that was participating in the AlpsForGood project of the Maewan association. This was the opportunity for J’aime ma Planète to meet its French cousin, since Maewan is a relay for the Eco-Schools programme in France. We look forward to discussing our respective practices with the team! Do not hesitate to discover their beautiful adventure: https://www.maewan.com/
Join the Christmas challenge of the association J’aime ma Planète and let us make Christmas more sustainable: Create your own eco-friendly Christmas tree!
Send us your creations as a photo or a video via https://cutt.ly/MhcUXxI. The entries will be published on our Facebook page and our website.
If you wish, you can share your creations on social media with these hashtags: #EcoChristmasTree #JMPChristmasChallenge
All the informations are here.
After the session in Lausanne, another initial training for the Eco-Schools programme took place on Wednesday 7 October in Geneva. The coordinators of 5 new Eco-Committees came to discover more details about the programme and its different steps. They were able to reflect together on concrete situations during group activities. We are delighted to welcome these schools to the Eco-Schools programme and look forward to hearing about their projects!
On Wednesday 30 September, the initial training for the Eco-School programme took place in Lausanne. We were very happy to welcome the coordinators of 7 new Eco-Committees, all of them very motivated. They were able to discover in more detail the programme and its different steps, while reflecting together on concrete situations during group activities. We look forward to discovering the future projects of these schools!
The J’aime ma Planète association is proud and happy to announce that at the beginning of this school year, 20 new schools are joining the growing Eco-Schools family in Switzerland ! Welcome to them !
A total of 66 schools are now committed to education for sustainable development through the 6 proposed themes with the help of educational tools that are developped by the Eco-Schools Switzerland team.
We are already looking forward to discovering all the new projects 🙂
During this period of confinement, we offer you challenges to be carried out at home. This week, we invite you to take up challenges on the theme of biodiversity.
All information about these challenges can be found here
The photos and other creations received will be published on our Facebook page and our website. Send your work at firstname.lastname@example.org and share it on social networks with #EcoSchoolsStayHome and #YREstayshome !