Do we still need books today? This question is being raised more and more, not only
among students, but also among adults. Books are rich in experience, culture, ideas and
much more. They offer opportunities to identify with others, share information or show
emotions. But it is not the book itself which offers access to this
diversity – it is the reading of it!
As we welcomed spring, our preschool group "Penguins" talked
about what happens during this new season.
Flowers bloom, it becomes warmer and rain starts
to fall more and more. With this, we wanted to
know where rain comes from?
In our Biology elective we worked on our carbon footprints. A carbon footprint is how much carbon dioxide and other gases you emit into the atmosphere. Our carbon footprints are always increasing due to the more motorised lives we live, but there are several ways to reduce the carbon footprint.