"After our project was presented to the Ministry of Education for participation in the educational recovery of abandoned towns, under the title" Internal and external composting, a tool against internal and external desertification ", we were selected to be the inhabitants of Granadilla, an abandoned town of Cáceres From 6 to 12 May, students of 3rd ESO of IES Prado Mayor together with the two teachers responsible for the program, we submerged in Granadilla, a beautiful little village of Extremadura that we will never forget, "according to Totana .com Francisca García and Joaquín Martínez, professors of the IES Prado Mayor.
"At eight o'clock in the morning, Radio Granadilla woke us up with its program made and directed by different groups of students every day, starting from there, starting a daily marathon until 00:30 in the evening. out our composting project, prepare the party at night, meals, we had an hour and a half of free time a day, taken at intervals Daily, once breakfast was over, we participated in agriculture, livestock, general services , carpentry, tahona, interiors, recovery of spaces, gardening, etc. Basketry workshops, beekeeping, environment, tahona, radio, leather, bobbins, health, natural resources were responsible for teaching us through the experience after lunch ".
"After the meal began our project center in which we learned about waste composting, especially those that we produce in our home and emotional composting working anger, to learn to deal with it, going from being an" enemy " After the project, we ate five delicious meals daily, and in the middle of the afternoon we played for a while at the Angelito Bar, where we began to prepare the night party. the village church, competitions and dances in the nightclub, dinner in the castle and ceremonies with celebrations in which we were all characters of a story, we shared the week with our colleagues, with all the staff responsible for the Granadilla project, with two Institutes of Secondary Education of Granada: La Madraza and Ribera del Fardes, being an experience that has enriched us as people, increasing the motivation of
r to know, care for and learn from the world in which we live ".
This morning the students participating in this experience, have delivered to the Director of the Institute, some gifts that the team of Granadilla has given them so they do not forget them and to remind them that they are part of Granadilla and that she will always be part of from them.
A pomegranate and a poster of the town.