Through the education program we seek to educate students in the care and protection of the environment, always with a participatory, creative and artistic approach.

The program trains «environmental leaders» to explore and share their experience with the rest of the students, and continue to inspire others outside the classroom.



Raising awareness of the environmental issues affecting our ecosystem, with particular attention to the reduction of consumption and the reuse of waste.

As we can’t deliver the program in a classroom in the current climate, we have created an online program that combines theoretical and practical work.

New times need new approaches. Check out the Google classroom with our dossier:



We present a way of taking care of our planet in a creative and artistic way, transforming the waste that we initially consider as garbage into useful objects and thus showing that everything that is no longer useful can have a second life.

We propose 5 reflection activities and 5 fun and practical tutorials necessary to change habits in your life and be part of the change that our planet needs.

You will find the dossier in the sustainability classroom – plastics and waste:


The art of recycling

The program “L’Art de Reciclar” aims to awaken creativity in schoolchildren by changing their view of waste and learning to see it as an artistic resource.

We love to teach them how to use tools such as screwdrivers, drills, and wires to learn different artistic techniques. At the same time, they are reminded of the importance of separating correctly to protect the environment.

With the support of the Consell d’Eivissa, we have worked with students from 9 to 12 years old in different schools on the island of Ibiza and we have made a documentary that is currently only being shown in the schools.

Cycle of life

Through collaboration with the Association of Beekeepers of Ibiza and the agro-ecological farm of Can Moreno “Es Senalló” we have developed the programme “Heartbeet, the cycle of life” to give children a multi-sensory experience and learn about the world of bees, their importance for biodiversity and how to protect them.

During the workshops, the youngsters paint beehives, make wax candles, help to extract the honey, have a honey tasting and, most importantly, visit the beehives with the beekeeper to get to know the bees up close and learn how to look after them.

Observing a bee hive in operation brings us very close to a deeper understanding of nature and the circle of life.