For Teachers : the programme

Our favourite areas

Education for Sustainable Development in relation to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations Agenda 2030, in particular the four SDGs opposite. Science permits a cross-disciplinary approach to the environment via oceanography, history, geography, botany...

Living together in harmony (Moral & Civic Education)
Gender equality - eco-citizenship - respect for others – creating a sense of common belonging - arts & culture, heritage

The humanistic values of sport
Empathy - collective spirit - equality - respect for rules - diversity - perseverance - attentive listening


As Dona Bertarelli and Yann Guichard’s experiences at sea are interdisciplinary levers for education and environmental awareness, the documents are broken down by theme, typology and cycle and meet the requirements of school curricula. In addition to the Jules Verne Trophy adventure notebook and the well-documented teachers' dossiers, which allow students to familiarise themselves with the contents and illustrate the concepts of the programmes in class, student worksheets, videos and tutorials are also available. During the Jules Verne Trophy, Spindrift for Schools offers specific and interactive tools to follow the record attempt in class.

The Spindrift for Schools programme aims to:

  • Share the wonders of the natural world
  • Propose sustainable solutions inspired by nature
  • Raise awareness of the need to protect the planet
  • Offer interdisciplinary resources adapted to school levels and subjects
  • Create a community of shared values
  • Inspire young people with positive and engaging stories
  • Promote humanistic values and gender equality
  • Promote project-based teaching and collaboration to develop 21st century skills
  • Demonstrate sport’s positive values of sport and its necessity for health and well-being