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This is how we learn on excursions

This is how we learn on excursions

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.... to the Wigger children's farm in Greven

Since September 2021, the pupils of the GE remedial classes have been visiting the Wigger children's farm in Greven on a weekly basis. There is a lot to discover on this farm. The farm animals, donkeys, ponies, sheep, goats, llamas, chickens and roosters, rabbits, guinea pigs, dogs and cats are all waiting to be discovered by our pupils. Especially the farm dogs Polly, Emil and Gesa look forward to being petted and enjoy playing with the balls.

The students help with the morning feeding and learn how to treat the animals with care. This also includes grooming the ponies and donkeys. In direct contact as well as in dealing with the animals, the pupils get immediate feedback on their own behaviour.

Once the work is done, the pupils look forward to bathing in the corn bath, playing in the hay, jumping on the trampolines or driving the big kettcars.

... on our school trips

In our department, class trips are planned flexibly. There are no regular class trips, but we pay attention to the pupils and plan a class trip when they are ready.