Just as we file, carve and sand a piece of wood to give it a defined shape and a smooth finish, in wood carving we strengthen our will every time we accept the challenge of starting and finishing a project.

After the initial enthusiasm, the difficulties of woodworking arise and this is how it is when educated for life, developing perseverance and achievement of objectives, cultivating in turn the artistic, spatial and aesthetic sense. Attention and concentration are put into practice in a natural and artistic way, since without them the handling of the tools and the carving process would not be possible. Thanks to the atmosphere created in the workshop, the creative process is lived with the joy and confidence of learning that if you persist you will achieve it: everything is possible.

Every week the second cycle primary school group carries out the wood carving activity in the school’s outdoor workshop cultivating their life skills.