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2020 - LE.MO.N.


school education



Project period: March 2021 – February 2023
Target group:
– Direct target group: teachers, youth workers, community gardeners
– Beneficiaries: young people aged 15-18, who are potential school drop-outs or drop-outs
Coordinator: Replay Network (Italy)
Partners of the project: Social Farms & Gardens (United Kingdom), Pistes-Solidaires (France), UCLL (Belgium), Lycée  Jean Errecart (France), IIS Piaget-Diaz (Italy), Gloverspiece School (United Kingdom)


The context:

The Covid-19 crisis forced teachers all over Europe to urgently acquire IT tools and methodologies that they had to use without access to the formal education setting that schools provide. This leap forward in the integrated use of technology in education has highlighted two very important points:
– The inability, in many cases, of families to provide (all) their children with quality individual technology equipment, and to be able to adjust their working hours to support them. This has resulted in an increased risk of school drop-out.
– The considerable involvement of other civil society actors, who enter the lives of young people on a daily basis, to help schools and teachers provide individualised educational support to those who are most in difficult situations.


The objectives:
– To develop and test activities to promote access to education for pupils.
– To propose a pedagogical and cooperative approach between different educational actors in the shared gardens.
– To provide learning bubbles equipped with an iPad Pro connected to wifi.
– To set up an innovative ecosystem; to facilitate the co-design and co-creation of learning paths between schools and non-formal education organisations.


The results:

-Learning Bubbles are starting to pop up all over! Check out examples of Learning Bubbles in the UK, France and Italy.

-The Learning Bubbles Platform is an original online communication platform designed for the Learning Bubbles project, which manages the logistics of the Learning Bubbles, as well as the individualised learning pathways between the school, the digital educators and the Gardenisers in each urban garden. We have developed 3 platforms in the 3 languages of the partnership: English, Italian and French.
The platform is accessible according to the roles identified by the project as being key players in the pathway: teachers, Gardenisers, digital educators and parents. Each role corresponds to a specific level of accessibility.
The system is made up of several parts, which can be summarised as follows:
– a communication module accessible from the website (divided into different roles)
– a booking system for the learning bubbles