Many children today live their lives cut off from nature. This distance is often imposed by our lifestyles and a culture dedicated to technology, urbanisation and consumerism. However, it is proven that a natural environment positively influences physical and psychological well-being. Being close to nature is an important asset for a child’s development. The curiosity and wonder inspired by the exploration of a natural environment leads the child to consider themselves as a part of nature and to respect the world in which they live, whether this be plants, animals or other humans.
Our school strives to be a place where children can see, hear, touch and smell nature, and where they can learn about themselves and their natural environment through numerous outdoor activities.