Projects to be added soon on this page:
La Grande Boissière:
Middle school playground extension, main football pitch replacement, Centre des arts: Menuhin competition
Main football pitch replacement, sustainability room, Fab Laboratories, tree planting, recycling centre
Campus des Nations:
Guest speaker series
|LA GRANDE BOISSIÈRE CAMPUS|
Chemistry laboratories – Le Salève building
Built in 1978, our science labs are outdated and were designed for education methods that are now of the past. Refurbishing these labs complete the renovation programme started a few years ago in the Salève Science Building and will serve as a great addition to the recently completed STEM Centre.
Pedagogical pathway through our forest - GENEROUSLY FUNDED BY A FAMILY WITHIN THE ECOLINT COMMUNITY
CHF 30,000 – CHF 35,000 / Summer 2017
Ecolint is the only school in Geneva to have a real forest on its land at the heart of the city. It is a unique opportunity to teach children about the role of nature and wildlife, the impact of human activity on nature and the importance of its preservation.
|LA CHÂTAIGNERAIE CAMPUS|
Extended Support Programme, Secondary – Alps building
The aim of this project is to provide an ESP structure to the Secondary school, the only one missing within our 3 campuses. In 2018, this new facility will welcome our first ESP Primary graduates. It will be located near the current secondary learning centre inside the ALPS building. In order to create it, we need to reallocate our current spaces. We will convert the existing offices and entrance lobby into one large classroom, convert small classrooms into larger ones and add new accessible WC and a kitchenette.
|CAMPUS DES NATIONS|
Outdoor musical instrument – Pregny building – FUNDED !
Pregny has lately greatly improve its playground with the installation of facilities such as the outdoor classroom, new climbing games, etc. and we would like to continue with our efforts with additional items.
Extended Support Programme, Post 16 Unit – Saconnex building
Our Extended Support Programme structure provides highly personalised learning pathways for the students. In the post 16 unit, we are teaching life skills and preparing students to become autonomous when leaving school. Part of this involves creating an environment that is more adapted for young adults and a flexible learning environment for both collaborative and individualised work.