Watertrek is very pleased to present its first sensitization initiative in the form of a show, an interactive and playful show for school children that will be offered in primary schools from September 2018..
This is the story of Lala, a curious and adventurous stand-up paddling Girl, whose journeys around the world have been fundamentally compromised by the arrival of new invaders: plastic waste and carbon. Confused and saddened by what she’s observed, Lala decides to go to the schools to ask children to help her find solutions.
The show is thus structured around 2 sessions, the children having a pause of a week to think, to carry out one of the missions which will be entrusted to them and to put all their creativity at the service of the “return to Tavaha” – true reconnection to the spirit of the ocean.
By combining scientific facts and historical data with her personal experience and travel experiences, the actress and stand-up paddler Séverine Vasselin hopes to arouse in school the desire to live respectfully with what surrounds us and the resources that are critical to our survival. It is all about recreating links between knowledge and experience, gesture and impact, between today and tomorrow, and allowing young people to grasp – in their own way – the current challenges of preserving their environment.
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