More than €15,000 has been invested in the two schools to create these virus-proof spaces.
To ensure safety and to reduce the number of pupils, no outdoor classroom will have more than 25 children.
The teaching of the future is here. This Tuesday, Benissa Town Council's Education Department presented three new outdoor classrooms with a capacity for 25 students each, which will be installed in different spaces in the municipality's public schools. Both CEIP Manuel Bru and Pare Melchor, as well as IES Josep Iborra will be able to 'reorganise' teaching and focus classes in a more dynamic way; outdoors and outside the traditional classrooms.
A "pioneering initiative" in the Valencian Community which has been promoted by councillor Adrián Cabrera and which aims to help the schools and the secondary school so that with the arrival of the good weather they can offer part of their teaching in a "friendlier environment". According to Cabrera "this is an action with which we adapt quickly to offer innovative solutions and ensure the safety of students in our municipality".
For his part, the mayor of the town, Arturo Poquet, who also attended the presentation, thanked the great work carried out by the Education Department: "This is proof that we are a government capable of attending to the citizens with original and innovative initiatives such as the outdoor classrooms".
The classrooms will have a double row of galvanised iron metal structure, PVC seats and an amphitheatre model to encourage communication between students and teachers.
Source of information: Lamarinaplaza.com