As part of oncoming activities and the dissemination of the conclusions and the engagement with the project, the Erasmus+ students went into the classrooms and handed a letter for the parents telling them about all the agreed-upon measures on recycling and energy efficiency at school that could be also followed at home. The headmistress was also sent a letter with these measures.
We made a market survey to find out how many students would be interested to buy the products of our school minibusiness. There were 120 would-be consumers.
Two talks were held at school. The first one was about school minibusiness on April 15th 2016. The lecturer was Lucas Bonachera from Andalucia Emprende. The second talk was about Time Bank on April 16th and was given by two experts who are trying to set it up at schools.