Project background The basic ideas for the project OSKARRR (our students keep active about Reducing recycling Reusing) result from the basic idea that pupils of different learning levels as well as cultural and social backgrounds together To work on a future-oriented project for all involved, dealing with recycling and related resource Management.

In the course of the project, teaching modules are developed which are made available to partner schools (direct) as well as other schools (indirectly) for use and further Development.

Project objectives The aim of the project is to impart basic and cross-cutting competencies in the sense of lifelong learning, in particular to disadvantaged pupils, including innovative approaches, and to support them in the direction of future-oriented Skills and to develop perspectives. In this way, the project effectively counteracts disadvantages for pupils of different levels of learning.

Inequalities are equalised to promote the Individual’s strengths and to reduce weaknesses in order to give pupils more confidence and those with no deficits in their social, media, and To strengthen foreign language competence. Number and profile of the participant the project will involve 32 pupils and 15 teachers through active participation in Mobility.

In addition, other pupils will participate in individual project activities in the Class association or in the form of working groups. Special emphasis is placed on the fact that in the project OSKARRR especially pupils with special needs are Involved.

The entire range at school, local, regional, National and international level will be directly and indirectly participating in approximately 2000. Description of AktivitätenDie Individual project activities are designed to be accessible to EVERYONE.

The thematic priorities are based on the personal experience horizon of the participants and build on Them. Due to a high share of practical experience, which can be collected e.g. in laboratory tests, workshops and during company visits, the OSKARRR project provides a significant contribution for growing into forward-looking, professionally oriented, Sustainable requirements for young adults to move towards an EU citizen capable of action.

Method for ProjektdurchführungIm connection to the organisational project preparations, the content approach is based on the following pattern: each transnational learning activity is prepared by all project partners, so That content prepared during the learning activities can be presented and analyzed in order to be able to develop teaching materials in a modular form.

Targeted results and WirkungenDidaktisch-prepared modules in modular design with theoretical and practical instructions for implementation in the classroom are Developed. The focus is on the sustainable use of resources in the personal, educational and professional environment as well as the development of competencies in the area of environmental protection. the challenge of solving problems together in the team is motivating .

The participants are increasingly gaining the certainty of using innovative techniques and methods. they also benefit from the added value of transnational cooperation by improving their language skills and intercultural competencies, thereby enhancing their future Competitiveness.
The clarity of global structures promotes understanding of international perspectives. the project participants present the results of the project to the public and use different media such as press, radio, regional TV and The Internet. the long-term benefits of the project can be summed up on several levels: at the content level, the sustainable confrontation with the topic of environmental protection/recycling is to be expected. At the pedagogical level, the focus is on the individual support of pupils with special needs in the sense of inclusive Approaches. At the social level, equal opportunities and compensation for inequalities are a key focus. at the methodical level, practical project activities as well as the versatile media use of the motivation increase. on the European level, a European mindset is sought in the interests of future-oriented European Citizens.



09/11/2016 – 15/11/2016
Mobility 1 – Italy
3 chemistry experiments
Account of surveys about shopkeepers’ management of waste
visits :
Visit to a recycling plant : IRLE
Visit to the Geneva aquarium + lesson about the pollution of oceans due to microplastic
Visit to Milan Science Museum: we especially had information about the recycling of plastic
19/03/2017 – 25/03/2018
Mobility 2 – Germany
Preparation of the exhibition for the General Council of Herford
Making of furniture from cardboard and recycled jeans
An upcycling workshop: making of an object from waste
Klimahaus visit in Bremerhaven + lesson about global warming.
19/11/2017 – 25/11/2017
Mobility 3 – France
Account of a survey about shopping habits and packaging
reation of a video about a sustainable picnic
Visit to trifyl : green circuit + recycling centre
Visit to Airbus: green visit + A380 plant
29/04/2018 – 05/07/2018
Mobility 4 – Germany
Photo documentary (renature)
Summary of the previous conferences
Jumble Book
Final report
Guided tours: development of Hamburg´s seaport – water and land


Casalpusterlengo – Italy



Herford – Germany



Albi – France



Herford – Germany