The aim of this unique in its kind programme, “I love animals – I respect the Environment” is to enrich the children’s knowledge and, at the same time, to cultivate further their abilities and skills through pleasant and interesting activities, leading to personal development.

The programme is offered during specific weeks through the summer months and, during the said period, it alternates with the Programme, “A journey into the world of emotions and knowledge”.

I Love Animals – I Respect The Environment

Programme Description

The Goals of the Programme

The basic goals of the Programme are to assist the participants:


To become acquainted with the characteristics and the habits of some animals (house pets, farm as well as wild animals) and to become aware of the special relationships that develop between them and the human beings


To learn about the physiology as well as the nutritional needs of some animals


To learn about the socialisation, the obedience and the caring of their pets


To discuss the dangers that threaten the life or the integrity of animals in urban centres and not only


To experience the different kinds of relationships that develop between humans and animals through Literature, History and the Arts


To reflect on and discuss the importance of pet animals in human life and the problems arising from their cohabitation


To discuss their positive emotions which are born through their cohabitation with their pets


To discuss the negative emotions which they experienced or are experiencing with problems that have arisen either from illness or from the loss of their pets

Through their participation in this programme, children cultivate the willpower to protect the rights of the animals as well as the environment. They acquire the ability to express their emotions and thoughts about the animals.

Running of the Programme

The programme is offered each year, through weekly meetings, from September to June.  Additionally, part of the programme is offered throughout the summer months. Furthermore, it is useful to mention that I offer Experiential Thematic Workshops for children during their Christmas and Easter school holidays.

Apart from the foresaid, part of the programme is offered during the summer months where it alternates with the Programme, “A Journey Into The World Of Emotions And Knowledge”.

Programme Languages: Greek and English