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Experimental work in the following subject areas:

  • Habitat soil
  • Habitat forest
  • Habitat meadow
  • Habitat hedgerow
  • Habitat flowing water
  • Habitat still water
  • Invertebrates in their environments
  • Noise
  • Paper

Discovering and exploring nature and the environment means being out and about, out and about in forests, in the fields, by lakes and rivers in school gardens or in the town. For every area there is also a range of discovery and experimentation options for pupils and teachers.When examining the soil, the composition, chemical and physical properties as well as life in the soil can all be explored.Life in the lakes, ponds or streams as well as the ecological and chemical dependencies within flowing or standing water are explored in the programme “Water”. There are also other ways to engage with the issue of water pollution. Here, particular attention is paid to the European Water Regulatory framework.The life, the soil, the food chains and climate conditions in the meadows all play an equally important role in there experiments here as the experience with all the senses.And on closer inspection, hedgerows also provide an interesting glimpse into their micro climate and the community that lives there. Other aspects are at the heart of the topic noise. In the course of the studies, questions affecting everyone, and their health are answered jointly with the students. What is noise? Can you measure noise? What effect does noise have on my environment? How can you protect yourself from noise?There are, of course plenty of opportunities to get creative, particularly for younger students, for example, to create paper yourself. The question of which type of paper manufacturing is particularly environmentally friendly or harmful is also answered.