20 years and the children
To mark this anniversary, an educational program was set up throughout the year to raise awareness among 9 classes of the environment and the importance of biodiversity in the landscape.
The schools of the “20 years and the children” project
|– Saint-Valery School (Saint-Emilion)
– Elie Janailhac School (Saint-Emilion)
– Neac School (Neac)
– Sainte-Terre School
|– Saint-Philippe-d’Aiguilhe School
– Saint-Genès-de-Castillon School
– Lussac School
The school program workshops:
Workshop #2 – Traditions and productions around the vime (by Biotope Festival)
Workshop #3 – Introduction to biodiversity (by Biotope Festival)
Workshop #4 – Discovery of the notion of Heritage and unlisted places (by the association Juridiction de Saint-Emilion, Patrimoine Mondial de l’Humanité)
Workshop #5 – Workshop on heritage and cultural landscapes protection (by the Juridiction de Saint-Emilion association, World Heritage Site)
Focus on the “vime cutting” outing
The vime, traditionally used to tie the vine and make objects such as grape harvest baskets, was cut and then put in bottles so that each pupil could take care and grow his cuttings. A wooden box was also reused so that children could take care of the cuttings in class and follow their evolution.
A fun, educational and exciting outing!
The (holiday) workbook of the little explorers of the Jurisdiction of Saint-Emilion
Inside, they will find games around the themes discussed during the workshops (UNESCO, biodiversity, vime, etc.) as well as other exercises to become unbeatable on the environment and heritage!