During school time...

We design nature-based education programmes, adapted to the curricula of schools and teachers’ needs. The aim is to translate and illustrate learning in nature (or with natural elements brought into the school) and to open up to subjects of awareness of the natural world.

We propose:

appointment to adjust the proposed program to the needs and rhythm of the teacher.

session from 1h to 1h30 every two months

offering deepening activities and tips for teachers.

Example 1:

Super Birds

Topic covered by the teacher in group 1: the use of plastic, its impact on the environment and its recycling.

We proposed in kind: Super Bird Programme 1h00 + continuation of the theme in the school over 1,5 months.

4 edutainment activities to:

To become aware of the variety and interest of the local natural environment, especially the variety of birds.

To become aware that there are other sensory perceptions and powers than the human one (anthropocentrism)

To know the risks of winter for birds, have good protection reflexes,

To know how to reuse common plastic objects and effectively help birds in winter

Complementary educational objectives:
  • Evolve as a team
  • To understand the importance of correct information when it comes to protect the nature (for example : what food is suitable for birds?)
  • Introduction to representations of space

“They loved to be super birds! They have concretely experienced the tricks they have learned. It is stuck in their head! Don’t change anything!”

- The teacher -

Example 2:

The secret of trees

Topic addressed by the teacher in group 1: Thinking objectively about environment and the world around us.

We proposed in kind: Programme The secret of trees 1h00 + continuation of the theme in the school over 1,5 months

4 edutainment activities to:

My friend the tree, Inquiry: is my tree alive, smart, friendly?, I keep the print of my tree, Greetings to my tree


To become aware of the existence of living beings we do not see, in the trees


To think about what is “intelligence” of the natural elements, particularly trees (to prevent anthropocentrism)


To be aware of the importance to protect trees

Complementary educational objectives:
  • To learn to cooperate and intertwining
  • To use others senses of perception
  • Be aware about your feelings in nature