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Winter action in SOS-W

Erasmus Project  Future for the planet - future for us Year 1 - Germany
In Germany we had several activities concerning the Erasmus-Project. Have a look at the video below!

'I know exactly what I eat and how to be healthy' action in SOS-W


Clean Up the World Action in SOS-W

Future for the planet year 1 in Sweden! Here is our short summary of  our work in Bålsta the first year of the project!

BEE Day in SOS-W

On 18th June 2018, the last in the school year 2018/2019 eco meeting took place.That time we met a beekeeper and we were presented a lot of interesting facts about the life of bees. We saw the queen bee and worker bees.We realised that  bees are very important to the environment. We also learned about the beekeeper's job and some of us tried on bee protective clothing.Finally, we tasted some honey and learned about its different types as well as healing properties.

Second Hand Shop

Is it possible to shop without money? Yes it is, we have done it :)Last Thursday we had a Second Hand Shop at school.Many had delivered clothes and outfits they wouldn`t spend anymore, and we arranged a shop where they could find something new.Everyone got patches that they used instead of money.There were many who found something new they wanted to bring home. In this way we can save the environment.FUNFACT:If all Norwegians switched three garments a year, instead of buying new, we would cut as much CO2 as if all car owners in Norway left the car for five days.WOW.

Erasmus+ tree plantig in SOS-W


Replaced plastic bags

We have learned about plastic that becomes rubbish in the ocean, beaches and in nature.We will try to use less plastic, so we replaced plastic bags with bags we can use several times.We use them when we shop at the store and many at school have been good at using them instead of buying plastic bags at the store.

World Activity Day

Written by Daniel
Wednesday 9th May it was the world's activity day.In Molde there was an event at the city museum, called the Romsdalsmuseum.We participated with an Erasmus store.
In the store we sold local foods that we had made at school.
We sold: fresh baked goods, juice of berries and marmalade of rhubarb.
We also participated in activities that were there.
What do you think of our t-shirts?
We have arranged our own shirts with logo on.

Christmas exhibition

Before Christmas we had Christmas exhibition at school.
We sold items we had made at school.
Parents could come to buy, we had our own Erasmus stand.
We sold: jams, apple juice, christmas cookies and bumblebee hotels.Written by Kristupas

Nature reserves in our neighborhood, Bålsta, Sweden We have worked with Nature reserves. In Sweden, and in Bålsta, there are a lot of nature reserves. It´s a challenge of our region to beware the nature, the birds, the flowers, the drinkable water in our big lake Mälaren and to be able to breathe the air. We live in a part of Sweden where there is a lot of people, industries and traffic.  We people are stressing our region hard.
The nature reserves is an important deal of environmental work in our region.

Why do we have nature reserves?Preserving biodiversityNurture and preserve valuable natural environmentsMeet the needs of outdoor recreation areasProtect, restore and innovate valuable natural environmentsProtect, restore or innovate habitats for protected species We have eight nature reserves in Bålsta, one of them is protect by the municipality and the other by the state.  We also have eight areas who is protected by Natura 2000, which is a network of protected areas throughout th…