Estepona City Council and Hidralia, the company that manages the water cycle in the city, have concluded this Thursday a new edition of the program ‘Aqualogía’whose objective is to make the youngest aware of the importance of proper use of water.
This educational activity, which has returned to the classroom after the stoppage suffered by the pandemichas been developing since last March and has had the participation of more than 600 3rd grade students.
Thus, school students Saint Thomas, Saint Joseph, Our Lady of Mount Carmel, Ramón García, Valeriano LópezRamón Lago, Sierra Bermeja, Simón Fernández, María Espinosa, Isdabe del Mar and García Lorca have once again enjoyed a program that has returned with a strong commitment to digitizationbut keeping the same spirit as always.
To develop the program, Hidralia has provided a monitor so that the urban water cycle could be explained virtually and in the classes themselves with videos, games and fun experiments related to this liquid good. For this, the classrooms were equipped (internet connection, screen and sound) to be able to hold the videoconference. At the end, the students have received a diploma and various gifts for participating.
The goal of this activity remains educate schoolchildren about the importance of water and the environment, as well as publicizing the natural and urban cycle of water resources through interactive games. In this way, behaviors of saving, consumption and responsible use of this resource are reinforced.