05 maio, 2006

VI Encontro Distrital de Clubes da Floresta




















O VI Encontro Distrital de Clubes da Floresta/Prosepe que se realiza no Centro de Interpretação do Carvalho de Calvos, na Póvoa de Lanhoso, conta com a participação de 28 clubes da floresta, envolvendo cerca de 900 alunos, 100 professores e 40 elementos da organização.

Objectivos:


  • Criar laços fortes com o Ambiente e a Floresta;
  • Sensibilizar para a prevenção dos fogos florestais;
  • Proporcionar intercâmbios de experiências numa jornada pedagógica e cívica;
  • Conhecer o património Natural e Cultural, a fauna e flora da Póvoa de Lanhoso;
  • Saber comportar-se e orientar-se em itinerários pedestres e sinalética;
  • Dar a conhecer aos participantes parte do município da Póvoa de Lanhoso, nas suas vertentes turística, cultural e de lazer;

Programa:

9h/10h – Início dos percursos pedestres com provas de orientação
(1º e 2º ciclos no IP Maria da Fonte e 3º ciclo e secundário no IP Via Romana XVII)

Jogos Populares, no Centro de Interpretação do Carvalho de Calvos, a cargo da Escola Secundária Póvoa de Lanhoso; Agrupamento de Escolas Gonçalo Sampaio e Agrupamentos do Município da Póvoa de Lanhoso;

Exposição de trabalhos, a cargo dos três Clubes da Floresta do Município;

Colocação de ninhos, casotas e comedouros, nas árvores do Centro de Interpretação do Carvalho de Calvos;

Demonstração de cavalos e cães e outros equipamentos da GNR.

12h30 - Almoço pic-nic

13h30 - Actividades em palco da responsabilidade dos clubes da floresta

14h30 - Encerramento solene das actividades, presidido pelo Sr. Secretário de Estado da Administração Interna, Dr Ascenso Simões.

Organização:

  • Coordenação Educativa de Braga;
  • Município da Póvoa de Lanhoso;
  • Gabinete Técnico Florestal da Póvoa de Lanhoso;
  • Escola Secundária de Póvoa de Lanhoso;
  • Agrupamento de Escolas Gonçalo Sampaio;
  • Agrupamento de Escolas do Ave;
  • Agrupamento de Escolas de Palmeira;
  • Ensino Recorrente de Terras de Bouro e Coordenação Distrital de Braga do Prosepe

1 comentário:

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