What do the children think?

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This is what children who come to La Granja think. We believe they are so brilliant that we just had to share it with you!!!

When someone asks us what we do here, this is what we send them, because this is what we do!!.

 

  • "You know what?, I left my fear back in the forest, I don't want it with me anymore!" (Laura, 8 years old, 3 days at camp. 

  • "We've created a net with our smiles and our tears" Nerea, 15 years old, 2 days at Emotional Camp. 

  • "Being brave does not mean being fearless, it means overcoming your fears"- Guillem, 9 years old. 3 days at camp. 

  • "I am capable of doing more than I thought!"- says surprised Júlia who is 7 years old, 3 days at camp. 

  • "I am strong and brave, ... and I didn't know it!"- Pau, 8 years old, 3 days at camp, 

  • "I will take home with me a feeling of freedom, and a feeling of being special and unique"- Kydia, 9 years old, summer camp July

  • "You know what? the ability to improve is something quite magical, I've discovered that I can do things that I never thought myself brave enough to do"- Laia, 9 years old, summer camp July 

  • "The magical garden has shown me what good feelings are; and even though they sometimes seem to work, bad feelings are no good at all"- Oriol, 7 years old. Summer camp 

  • "When I ride a horse I feel brave and proud of myself. I like it when this is acknowledged by others"-Saül, 7 years old. Summer camp July 

  • "I've learned that sometimes "difficult" things can be easier than they seem"- Aroa, 5 years old.  Summer camp July 

  • "I've learned many things working with seeds; like distinguishing between good things, such as initiative, and bad things, such as being pessimistic"- Judith who is only 5!!!-  Summer camp July 

  • "We don’t have to say: I can’t, we have to say: I can”  Ismael, Aina i Silvia. 6º. Colonias en inglés. Marzo 2014 

  • “We have been ejoying yhe forest”- Iria,  6º. Colonias en ingles.

  • "I thought that I would miss my parents, but if my friends are here I realize this doesn't happen"- Dana, 3 days at  camp. 9 years old. 

  • "The best feeling I had was walking through the forest at night with my friends"- Gemma, 9 years old, 3 days at camp. 

  • "I've come to realise that some of my classmates are closer and more similar to me than I thought"- April, 9 years old, 3 days at camp.

  • "I've learned that I like to discover things"- Pol, 9 years old, 3 days at camp. October 2013

  • "Playing with clay I've discovered that simple things are the most fun"- Gemma, 10 years old, 3 days at camp. October 2013

  • "I went to the Route of Trust with a classmate that I didn't know very well, and now I've learned that I can trust him!"- Marc, 10 years old, 3 days at camp. October 2013

  • "I loved  feeding the goats. It made me feel good to know that I'm taking care of them, that I am responsible"- Maria, 8 years old- 3 days at camp. October 2013

  • "I've learned to have fun with things other than electronic gadgets!"- Erik- 9 years old- 3 days at camp. October 2013

  • "I love my friends, and here at camp I've realised how much they take care of me, and I love it"- Martina- 10 years old, 3 days at camp. October 2013

  • "The best thing that happened was remembering the feeling of a great moment from my life in the past, one evening in the midst of the forest"- incredible words by Jesus, a 10 year old, after 3 days at camp. October 2013

  • "The bracelet will be useful when I get angry with someone; it will help me to remember everything I have learned during camp"- Nidhal, 9 years old, 3 days at camp. October 2013

  • "Team work helps you to go even further"- Geray, 10 years old- 3 days at camp. November 2013

  • "My mother needs a few seeds of happiness, I think I will give her mine"- a 5 year old during summer camp. The mother told us he gave the seeds to her during breakfast that day!!!

  • "Now I know I have empathy"- Alba, 5 years old!!!!. Summer camp July 2013

  • "I am very brave, I can feed the goats and even if they bite me I feel happy"- Jordi, 5 years old. Summer camp 2013

  • "I've learned how to share and be more patient"- Lucas, 5 years old. Summer camp July 2013

  • "I've learned how to face a conflict and how to manage my feelings"-Berta, 12 years old. Summer camp July 2013

  • "I've learned how to be more optimistic, how to do things that are new to me and how to tolerate frustration when things don't agree with me"- Mario, 12 years old. Summer camp July 2013

  • "I've learned to be more patient in my relations with my friends, and I've also learned things from them and shared my feelings as well"- Pol, 12 years old. Summer camp July 2013

  • "I know now that my classmates love me, and I've also learned to overcome my fear of animals"- Anthía, 6 years old. Summer camp July 2013

  • "I've learned how to love and show my love for others"- April, 8 years old!!!, summer camp July 2013

  • "I've overcome my fear in many situations that I thought I never would, such as climbing a steep rock wall"- Marina, 10 years old. Summer camp July 2013

  • "Friends are a treasure that we should take care of every day"- Pau, 10 years old. Summer camp July 2013

  • "Building log cabins I've learned how to work together with my mates, and when we do things become much easier"- Roger, 9 years old. Summer camp July 2013

  • “Working together we achieve greater things, such as finding a hidden treasure” – 6 years old, March 2014.

  • -“I've learned more English for use in school, so I can understand the teacher better”- Albert, 9 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “I've learned to work as a team by building log cabins and this will help me to cheer up a school mate if he is sad and be able to play together” – Marc, 8 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “One person alone cannot build a log cabin. 16 people working together can” – Roser, 8 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “If we get organized we can do it all” – Joan, 8 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “We worked together and with cooperation between us challenges are easier to meet” – Sergi and Marc, 3º. Colonias abril 2014.

  • “It's important to take care of others” – Eric, 8 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “I've learned that English is an important language for school” – Carla 11 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “I will always remember my friendship with the monitors” – Luís, 8 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “I feel so happy!!” – Laia, 7 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “I've learned that I can live without watching TV”- Xènia, 8 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “I've learned so much about the Universe” – Damià, 9 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “My friends helped me when I wasn't feeling well” –Jordi, 9 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “Building cabins was fun, we got organized and worked together as a team”- Anabel, 9 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “Working as a team is easier and more fun”- Laia 9 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “We musn't bother or hurt ants because they are very hardworking” – Adriana, 4 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “If we get in a fight and hurt each other, we must ask for forgiveness”-Ariadna 4 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “Certain animals are mammals” – Gael, 4 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “It's important to share and not fight each other” – Pol and Zoe, 3 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “We showered under the rain and it was alright"– Alba, 4 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “We have to take care of the animals so they will be happy” – Aitor, 3 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “I love challenges, to play and work with my friends” – Jesús, 5 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “I've learned to obtain magic from the Magic Stone” – Maria, 4 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “Thanks to the Forest Fairies we could play in the magical places in La Granja” – Dani, 4 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “Doing things together without hurrying is important to overcome challenges” – Jesús, 5 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “We found a worm with dry skin so we left in the shade to protect it”-  Paula, 3 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “We went to see the ducks, they love to go swimming!!” – Alexandra 3 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “Friendship is very important, without it we don't have such a good time” –Ainoa, 9 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “Working as a team is important to get things done, and saying nice things we make more friends. It is also important to be patient” – Paula, 9 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “I discovered that I like to help and be helped, and this makes me very happy” – Oscar, 9 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “I learned that friendship is nmore important than fighting” – Ana, 9 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “Cooperation is very helpful” – Iker, 9 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • “l learned not to say NO all the time, and overcome things that are difficult. Also learning new stuff is cool”- Javier 9 years old. Camp April 2014.

  • "We couldn't build a cabin because our group was not doing team work” – group of 8 year olds. Camp April 2014.

  • “I shouldn't run around animals because they get nervous and run away” – Group of 8 year olds. Camp April 2014.

  • “We shoudn't be mean to each other or yell. Or fight or talk back or say ugly things to each other, because it hurts and it makes you sad or angry… we learned all about positive communication” – Group of 8 year olds April 2014.

  • “We learned all about prehistoric times” – 8 years old, camp April 2014.

  • I loved going trekking at night and getting all dirty with mud, I love rolling around on the floor because it's fun” – a  group of 8 year old girls. Camp April 2014.

  • “We travelled around the world and learned a lot of things about it” – 9 years old. Camp April 2014.