Children saw and experienced the Monsoon rains flooding the farms nearby as well as the OES Children’s Farm. Monsoons play an important role in Indian agriculture. The soil was softened by the rains and became a playfield for the children.
Sunday morning started with a flute recital streaming softly throughout the children’s farm. Soon, children and their enthusiastic parents came on time and we started the session with a fun activity.
The primary motive of the program is not only to create an immersive learning experience for children to stay interconnected with nature, but also to bring together all like-minded families looking to introduce their children to nature-awareness, safe food and sustainability.
If you have outdoorsy children in your home, a great activity to introduce is nature journaling. It is a simple, fun and introspective way for children to connect to nature and their place in nature.
It is with great excitement Organo Et School invited young children to the “Be A Farmer” program. This program is designed to give participants a hands-on learning experience that will take children through an entire crop cycle of 120 days, starting 4th July, 2021.
Here are the FAQ's on Be a Farmer Program.
Do you want to introduce farming to your child? Do you want them to know where and how their food is grown? Do you have kids who are not afraid to get dirty, jump in and help, learn fast and work hard? Then, be sure to enroll them in the Be a Farmer program at OES Children’s Farm.
Organo Et School got an opportunity to set an urban mini-farm for children of Mahara Prep and Day Care in Hyderabad. Objective of setting this kitchen garden was to help children develop new skills as well as learn about science, nature and origins of food.
As part of Organo Et School (OES) Eco-Summer Camp program, children from the age-groups of 9-12 from various communities in Hyderabad participated in the week-long program.
As part of OES’s Eco-Summer Camp program, children from the age-groups of 6-8 from various communities in Hyderabad participated in the week-long program.
We crafted 5-day camps for 4 age-groups (3-5, 6-8, 9-12, 13-15) that covered the 7 strands of sustainability. The learning outcomes were delivered through a four-pronged framework – Learning& Knowing, Creating& Exploring, Culinary Journey, Sharing & Story-time.
In Part 3 of preparing your soil for gardening, we will discuss the last and final step - 3 critical ways to maintain soil health.
In Part 2 of preparing your soil for gardening, we will discuss the next step - How to determine soil health?
This 3-part article series talks about the most important aspect of gardening: How to prepare the soil for planting?
Through our new initiative called Organo Et Communities, we are approaching various Gated Communities in Hyderabad to understand how they can save energy bills through solar installation.
With the water crisis becoming one of the major global crises, at a fast pace, it has become the need of the hour to incorporate water conservation techniques at a global level as well as individual level. Swales is one of the important Water conservation Drainage Systems.
Bael fruit has natural healing properties and is considered to provide instant relief from several health ailments.
On 8th March 2021, Organo Et School conducted a workshop for grade 6 students of Sreenidhi International School on Sustainable Entrepreneurship.
On 31st January 2021, Organo Et School welcomed residents of Rurban Nest Community to attend the Isha Yoga Workshop.
Do you have bagful of old clothes you do not use anymore? Looking for ways to give a new purpose to your old clothes? Here are few tips to give a new life to old clothes.
It is important to teach the younger generation, who are going to lead tomorrow’s future, how to grow their own food, how to live in an eco-habitat community responsibly along with other co-dwellers of the biodiversity.
There is something about the quiet, calm of nature that is soothing. Having your favorite cup of coffee with trees and pleasant bird sounds around adds significantly to your daily dose of positive energy. Here are few of many benefits of being connected with nature.
Our First Harvest Workshop at Rurban Nest Community.
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A properly designed and installed natural ventilation system provides a wide array of benefits not only to the homeowner, but also creates healthier, more comfortable ambient environment.
Having a tough time finding what you need in a wardrobe piled up with clothes? Here's how you can get started with decluttering your wardrobe.
What we eat and where it comes from is very important to each of us. Here is our talk with Lakshmi Battula, an expert in Sustainable Farming and consultant with Sthiranya Ecoscapes, giving us all the insights we need on Urban Farming.
On the occasion of Children's Day, Organo Et School invited children of all age groups to participate in fun, innovative and exciting contests.
On the occasion of Sustainability day, Organo Et School invited creative and innovative minds to participate in "Slogan Time" and "My Upcycle Project" contests.
Spices blended in with a stone mortar and pestle supersedes the ones grinded in an electric mixer, a traditional fish curry cooked in a teflon pot lacks the earthiness captured by earthen pots. Sustainable cookware has a number of benefits to our food and planet.
Nature is a great teacher and has bestowed us with ample of loose materials for children to play with and learn from.
Great News! We were contacted by The Organic Magazine as they wanted to do an article about us on why we do what we do and what workshops we offer for Schools, Communities and Corporates.
We conducted an online workshop with students of Sloka Waldorf School on how to make our own compost, with children sharing their own experiences with composting.
If you have been wanting to ditch those toxic, commercial household cleaners and switch to a natural, homemade cleaner, these simple natural cleaner recipes are not only inexpensive and very easy to make, but will also turn your home into a healthier space.
Slow food is the practice of enjoying local, organic and sustainable produce brought together in a way that respects the ingredients and the local cuisine.The pleasure of consuming food mindfully.
First step to sustainable living is waste management. Waste segregation is the practice of disposing our everyday waste responsibly. Follow these simple steps to help you kick-start your everyday practice of waste segregation.
Compost is a crumbly like matter that is formed from recycling food and other organic waste that looks and feels like soil. It is nutrient rich that can be used to enrich soil and nourish growth.
Meet one of our experts Mr. Indrasen Bolampally, founder of Four Solar Energy Systems Pvt Ltd who talks about each of the aspects of Solar Power Generation. Mr Bolampally was kind enough to answer all our questions.
We conducted an online workshop with students of Sloka Waldorf School, helping children to create a comfortable and inspiring learning space for themselves.
Reggio approach is an educational philosophy that involves experiential learning. The environment is the biggest space in the Reggio approach. Nature is the place where authentic, meaningful teaching and learning can take place.
A narrative by Shilpi, Our Program lead, about her journey towards Mindful and responsible shopping with added tips to help you start your journey of Mindful shopping.
Here are 5 tips to help you plan a zero-waste wedding- a soulful commitment to a sustainable lifestyle.
An online workshop was conducted with students of Sloka Waldorf School, helping students understand the importance of conserving natural resources.
An online workshop was conducted with students of Sloka Waldorf School, sparking interest in students to take responsibility of everyday waste management.
We conducted a workshop on microgreens for students of grade 5, Sloka waldorf school
Organo Et School aims at spreading awareness by educating Schools, Communities and Corporates at large by conducting workshops and helping individuals make responsible and sustainable lifestyle changes
Packed with nutrients, most Microgreens are known to be rich in potassium, iron, zinc,magnesium, copper and antioxidants
You can have a year round growing of Microgreens;they can be grown in a garden, balcony or on a kitchen counter
Nurturing a learning environment for all stakeholders where inclusive holistic Eco-living is celebrated
Organo Et School aims at responsible and sustainable living made easy, by creating an experiential learning platform for educating and helping people make sustainable and mindful choices.