In March, together with the British and Italian Partners, we took part in the eco-workshop: “Second life of rubbish”.

We had a great discussion about the eco lifestyle. We tried to find an answer to how we can do shopping without producing a great amount of waste. The teacher told us how to segregate rubbish according to the latest regulations. We discussed the legal garbage dump and the “wild garbage dump” - what influence they have on our planet and our lives. At the end, we did some art work – with recycled materials, of course! - using the decoupage technique.

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  • Such a nice reminder of our wonderful time in Krakow. This was a wonderfully organised workshop and the best part is that it was "Hands-ON!" and we got to take our tiles home. It's time we did this with our students in London.
  • We loved our tiles! For those who'd like to know how to make them;
    1) Use old paper table napkins - cut out your design
    1) Get an old tile
    2) Paint the tile (use an old wall paint tester pot/acrylic)
    3) Scrape off any excess paint
    4) Place the paper napkin pictures in place
    5) When dry varnish

    Poland team, if I've forgotten something, let me know!
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