Challenge école - 3rd edition !

The new edition of the ecological challenge for schoolchildren has been launched!

Building on the success of previous editions, the Ecology and Solidarity Challenge is back for its 3rd edition!

We're asking schoolchildren to focus their projects on the theme of water management and the preservation of natural basins. What simple actions can be taken to reduce waste and the negative impact on ecosystems?

The actions can also address the following social and environmental issues:

Food wastage,

Protection of endangered species,

Responsible consumption (short distribution channels),

Reducing pollution, sorting waste,

Collection of old toys for disadvantaged families.

As last year, Aquaparc will be relaying the initiatives via its social networks, website and newsletter. Teachers are therefore invited to send photos, videos and any other information they feel should be published by email to

Classes wishing to take part can register directly by emailing

The winners will be announced in June 2024.

Why is Aquaparc involved with schools? 

To assume our social and environmental responsibilities today in order to preserve tomorrow's leisure activities.

Established 20 years ago on the shores of the lake on the edge of the Grangettes nature reserve, Aquaparc is aware of the need to preserve this privileged environment for future generations. Perceived as an energy guzzler, Aquaparc has been working for several years to reduce its carbon footprint. The park's teams also listen carefully to requests from child protection associations and migrant welfare foundations, welcoming their beneficiaries free of charge so that everyone can enjoy water-based leisure activities in peace.  

In addition to the CSR initiatives already in place or under development at the park, it seemed logical for Aquaparc to reach out to schoolchildren in order to involve them alongside us in these essential initiatives.   

What is Aquaparc doing to reduce its environmental impact?

We only use hydraulic electricity, which is 100% renewable.

Solar panels are used to heat the water in the sanitary facilities.

We use a salt electrolysis chlorination system that is less harmful to the environment than chlorine gas.

We are gradually phasing out the use of plastic in our catering outlets (cutlery, straws, salad and pasta tins).

As far as possible, we favour short supply chains for the purchase of goods (local producers).

Want to find out more? Don't hesitate to contact us by email at 


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