Education for sustainable development is a major aspect of the policy of the French Ministry of Education. This topic is also part of the curriculum in French schools and secondary education institutions in France and abroad.
In schools’ programs, education for sustainable development is considered as a multidisciplinary field of study that enables students to tackle the world’s most complex challenges in its scientific, ethical, but also civic dimensions.
The educational community of the Lycée français de Varsovie (French School in Warsaw – LFV) has been involved for several years in projects dealing with sustainable development and environmental protection, such green camps for students, and thus established many partnerships with local organizations (Varsovie accueil, Fondation Veolia Polska, BNP Paribas Bank Polska, etc.).
From summer 2020, our pupils and teachers in primary school benefit from a new pedagogical tool in sustainable development: a permaculture vegetable garden installed inside the school.
At the end of 2020, the LFV also undertook the revegetation of the playgrounds and leisure areas for the pupils of the primary school in Sadyba, by planting 68 fruit trees and bushes in the schoolyard (learn more).
The ambition of the Lycée français de Varsovie (French School in Warsaw – LFV) is to take part in local projects and initiatives dedicated to schools and educational institutions in Poland for the exchange and promotion of good practices in sustainable development.