METAMORPHOSIS – from tadpole to frog

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Science-class at the école vivante: Observing the metamorphosis from a swimming animal to one who breathes with his lungs – a huge, ongoing and comprehensive learning experience for all of us, subhanallah. Life… Continue reading

Paper making

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Last week we made some recycled paper in school. I saw a nice tutorial in Amanda Blake Soule’s “Rhythm of family”-book and as it was just fitting right with our actual theme of… Continue reading

Plant markers

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    Subhanallah, our garden season begins already: the ground is warm, the sun shines and we began to dig the earth. Fences are redone, the little fields are cleared out and first… Continue reading

Reflexions of a Mother: Unschooling – Bows and Arrows

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      Subhanallah, you know, sometimes a simple film can lead to a whole lot of learning activities. The interest our boys (and even the girl) have in knights and arms is… Continue reading

Tag der offenen Tür

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you are warmly welcome to visit our partner school in Switzerland and to learn more about our common pedagogy and projects. January, 12th, 2013 from 11 am to 3 pm. in Buchs ,… Continue reading

For Peace and Understanding

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    This week the école vivante had been visited by our Swiss partner school Scuola Vivante. A group of young students and teachers came to revive the friendship between our schools and… Continue reading

Preparing for ‘Id el Adha 2012

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Blessed day of Arafa to all Muslims and may Allah accept the hajj of all the pilgrims in Makkah. Salam aleikoum and peace with the worlds!    

The school – école vivante’s late SUMMER NEWS

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Dear readers, Dear friends, sponsors and supporters of the école vivante Morocco, Peace be with you. The summer holidays are nearly over and in a few days the école vivante will open its doors… Continue reading

Into the holidays’12

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  It is over, it is done, Alhamdulillah! The second year of the école vivante finished successfully for 24 children. Now it is time for holidays. I will be off that space for… Continue reading

Three cups of Tea

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I’ve just finished this wonderful book of an American who came to found dozens of schools in the Middle East. Mashaallah, what an impressive accomplishment and what a brave man – A person… Continue reading