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Many believe that learning at school happens only inside the classroom. Now we recognize that the whole school environment is involved in children's development. The school grounds are:
  • a source of food for improving children's diet and health;
  • a source of healthy influences (clean drinking water, physical activity, hygienic latrines, washbasins, school meals);
  • an area for learning (about nature, agriculture, nutrition);
  • a place of pleasure and recreation (flowers and shrubs, play areas, shade, eating areas);
  • a continuing lesson in respecting the environment and taking pride in one's school.

Tarmac, dry earth, mud and empty fields are turning into green grounds, outdoor laboratories, vegetable plots, herb gardens, play spaces and study areas. School gardens are leading this change.

--- FAO


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