This group of students chose to focus their project on SDG 7 Clean and Affordable Energy. They carried out research on renewable energy sources and how these are being used in their locality. They built a model of a wind energy supply system that could transform energy usage to a cleaner approach. This video is
We chose to do our project on Direct Provision because it can be overlooked. So we set out to find out how much people knew about it and what some people are doing to help. We decided to come up with a survey and write emails to a number of relevant people.
In this project the students researched the origins of their daily nutrients and talked about healthy and regional diets. They also conducted a survey in school, where they found out how high the overall meat consumption is.
We decided to look at SDG 5 about Gender Equality. This theme is very important to us and we researched about how girls and women are treated around the world. We decided that we want to look more at the story of Malala and her fight for education for girls. Her story is very inspiring
We carried out research into transport options across Europe and how high speed railway networks can create better options for public transport and greener future.
The image of woman over the centuries. The profession of hairdressing and hairstyles was their inspriation. The students prepared posters and built small objects used by the hairdressers with recycled material. They also watched a video by Lana Nosenko, a Russian artist, which shows how women’s hairstyles have changed over the centuries. The project overview
These students decided to look closely at SDG 15 and the issues of life on land. Their research work covered issues to do with animal welfare and extinction. They looked at the white rhino and how these animals are treated. They produced the following excellent video using green screen technology to showcase their learning.
We decided to do an action project. We were concerned about a local playground where we played as smaller children.
We wanted to see what kind of littering we would find in the area, so we went there on a clean up mission.
5 June is World Environment Day. How can we help the environment and preserve our ecosystem? Here is the patent of the century: the environmentally friendly car of the future, the 5000 SOLAR. The students designed the car and its engine. The 5000 SOLAR makes full use of the energy produced by the sun and it is entirely
We were very interested in experimenting with how we can use solar energy in our lives. So we carried out research about renewable energy. This got us thinking about how it can be used in cars and more widely in schools. We used Lego and toy-car making tools to see how we could experiment. We
We decided that we wanted to better understand the work of Austrian NGOs working in Africa, so we carried out research with selected NGOs and raised money for those that we considered the most sustainable in terms of their approach and their work on the ground.
Most of our friends play a lot of sports, so we wear the jerseys of our football teams at least once every week, for matches or for training sessions. We decided to look at where our club jerseys come from. We carried out research about this theme and spoke to people in our clubs to