Thursday, October 22, 2015

Green School is located in Banjar Saren, Sibang Kaja village, Abiansemal, Badung

Green School is located in Badung, Bali

Green School Bali

Green School initiated by John Hardy, silver Canadian businessman who is also the founder of the Foundation Kulkul, who has lived in Bali for more than 30 years. John Hardy explains that the basic idea of ​​school construction on an area of ​​8 hectares it is to apply the teachings Trihita Karana. No artificial ingredients from plants or chemicals used in these schools.

Green School open at least 1 September 2008, and opened in May 2009. At present the capacity of 700 people. International standard educational curriculum designed by the language of instruction is English and Indonesian. Time learning beginning at 8:30 to 15:00 and Saturdays off. Of the 130 current students, 18 of whom are local students. Local students have been of children who have special skills like dancing, painting, or other. They are financed by sponsors sought scholarships the Foundation.

Green School Bali
Green School is the educational concept combined with the concept of the environment, so it will create a healthy environment. Green concept in a school is no longer a trend, but a method that provides a healthy lifestyle, good atmosphere, and productive study the environment while saving energy, natural resources, and of course money.

Green School provides facilities that are environmentally friendly, refreshing, healthful, the provision of alternative transportation, recreation options and opportunities for students. The advantage is clear, namely to reduce harmful gases to the atmosphere, enhance the learning abilities of the students, improve students' health such as avoiding diabetes, asthma, or other respiratory diseases, increase social sensitivity, and others.

Green School Bali
Green School provides education students on an amazing environment and gives us the sense that this life is holistic and here also given relevant education. Building Green School only use bamboo, thatch grass, and clay. Cement is used only in a few places in the foundation. The central and most important building is the "heart of the school". This school may be the largest building in the world built entirely made from bamboo. Its dimensions are 18 meters and 64 meters high. Area public schools includes a wide range of structures, ranging from apartment buildings, classrooms, office buildings, and cafes. School gets electricity from environmentally friendly sources of energy, hydraulic turbine generators and solar panels.

Building materials chosen almost entirely from bamboo. Tables, chairs, shelves, and cabinets to store books that are used daily by students all made of bamboo. While the building's roof is made of reeds. All rooms featuring harmony between man-made structure with its natural surroundings.

Green School Bali
A path that connects the building to one another is not paved. Stone and rock left as is. Likewise classrooms, designed so that students enjoy learning in subjects such as the outdoors. There was no insulation or concrete wall like most schools today, so that fresh air to flow freely. Green School utilizes a very large yard for organic farming. Rice paddies and fields is done by means of plowing by hand. Just like farmers Bali past. Cultivated plant is also native local crops such as cassava, sweet potatoes, bananas, taro, coconut, rice, and so on. Results planting was harvested to be shared by students, teachers, and school administrators. The rest is sold in the school canteen as organic snacks. Tea and coffee are sold also does not use white sugar, but sugar from coconut sap.

Air conditioning use windmills, air flows through underground tunnels. Bio-gas made from animal tai to light the stove. Also for electricity generation for a shrimp pond aquaculture, as well as cattle farms. There is also a sports arena, laboratories, libraries, and others.