In a world populated by seven million people, forests lose thirteen million hectares every year, which is a surface equivalent to the fourth of iberian peninsula, being the forests more than 30% of the territory and with the 80% of the planet biodiversity.

Fot this reason we join the Forests International Year 2011 celebration in our III Sciences Week, to show our students the intense scientific activity carried out for natural resources conservation which is a field of vital importance for our society sustainability.

During these days, students from all stages have prepared an herbarium with the plants found at School, they have watched documentaries about Natural Parks and climate change, they have learned with several practicals at laboratories, they have produced different geometric figures and known more about Mathematiques through mathematical games and questions.