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CollegeLenaindeTillemont

Collège Lenain de Tillemont

This living-lab project will address food waste management at the school canteen and develop a Gardening Club with a nearby horticulture school.
Societal actors
Civil society, Enterprise, Families, Public authorities, School
Subjects
Arts, Biology, Chemistry, Economics, Geography, History, Language, Literature, Maths, Philosophy, Physical education, Sociology, Technology
Societal challenges
Sustainability
Age Group
11-15

The school is located in a deprived urban area, yet close to the historical Murs à Pêches, a preserved piece of land where urban agriculture and ancestral gardening practises are kept alive and open to the local community for cultural exchanges.

Two classes, one led by an English teacher, a biology teacher and another one welcoming students with learning difficulties (SEGPA) will be addressing food challenges in the school community like food waste management at the school canteen and also the development of a Gardening Club with a nearby horticulture school.

Contact

Aude Ghilbert
National coordinator, Association Traces
Mail
School website