Archive | February, 2015

BRAZIL, International School of Curitiba

24 Feb

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We welcome these lovely designs from students in the International School of Curitiba, Brazil.  This one has been done by Antonella Cox from 4A.

We all wish for peace because peace is all good things that you can imagine.

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The second design has been created by Gabriella Cardoso de Almeida – Brazilian – 4A

We all want peace because the whole world would be much better!!

1. What was in your mind when you were creating the drawing?

I was thinking about how the world needs peace.

2. Why do you think peace is important?

I think that peace is important because if there was no peace, there would be many wars and it would be awful.

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The third design has been done by Miyuu Inamasu  – Japanese- 4A

We all wish for peace because the world will be better and nice!

1. What was in your mind when you were creating the drawing?

 I was thinking about nature and that peace comes from it.

2. Why do you think peace is important?

I think it is important because we would have less fighting and everyone would be happy.

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Finally we have this lovely drawing which has been created by Sophia Aramburu – 4A

We all wish for peace because peace is a perfect world.

1. What was in your mind when you were creating the drawing?

I was thinking about the Noah’s ark.

2. Why do you think peace is important?

I think peace is important because you need peace to stop fights and wars. We need a peaceful world.

Thank you to everyone involved from the International School of Curitiba and especially to Renata Otsuka for coordinating the 2016 project in Brazil.

Brazilian Flag Meaning:
The colours green and yellow represent the Royal Houses of Bragança (Emperor Pedro I) and Habsburg (Empress Leopoldina). The stars on the blue circle represent the sky over Rio de Janeiro on the night of November 15, 1889, which is the day the Republic of Brazil was declared. Each of the 27 stars represents a different Brazilian state and the Federal District. The number of stars changes anytime a new state is created. When the Brazilian Republic was founded there were 21 stars. The star representing the Federal District is ‘Sigma Octantis’, and its position near the south celestial pole, makes it visible across most of Brazil all year round.

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