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TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO, Moruga Secondary School

17 Apr

We welcome the drawing to represent young people of Trinidad and Tobago. Thank you very much to the Students  from Moruga Secondary School for this creative piece which incorporates the flag, dove,the peace symbol,the World and the Olympic Rings. Also thank you to  John Farfan, Art teacher in Moruga Secondary for coordinating the project for this Country.

We all wish for Peace because it makes the World a better place.

Trinidad and Tobago Flag Meaning:
The red base represents the vigor of the land in Trinidad and Tobago, the friendliness and courage of its people, and the sun. The black represents the unity and strength of the people, as well as the natural wealth of the country. The white represents the surrounding sea and the purity and equality of all people under the sun. Together, the colors represent earth, water and fire, which connect the nation’s people to the past present and future.

ESTONIA, International School of Estonia

13 Jan

The first drawing/painting to be received for 2012. Thank you very much to everyone from The International School of Estonia and especially their Reception class -it is their ‘little hands of PEACE’.  All grades (pre school to grade 12 ) in the school took part in this project. A competition was held and this was the design chosen to represent young people from Estonia.

A simple message for Peace. 

Thank you Paulo Santos,PYP/MSP/DP Art Teacher /IT integrator………..Fantastic work !

One of this schools visions is to make a difference in their local and global community, I can safely say this school is doing that for sure. 😉

 

The colours of the national flag represent Estonia’s history, nature and folk costumes. The blue stripe represents faith, loyalty and devotion as well as the sky, sea, and lakes. The black symbolizes the dark past and suffering of the Estonian people as well as the traditional black jacket of the Estonian peasant. The white represents striving towards enlightenment and virtue, hope and freedom. White also symbolizes the color of birch bark and snow, and Estonian summer nights illuminated by the midnight sun.

GUAM, St.John’s school

17 Dec

 

We all wish for Peace because if we all work together we can accomplish anything 

 

 


Thank you to everyone from St. John`s school in  Guam for these very colourful drawings and  to Alice Chapin,the art teacher there  for coordinating the project for the school.

It is  amazing the unbelievable swiftness this school has got their drawing to us. St. John`s accepted to participate on the 8th December 2011 and sent us drawings by the 14th  of this Month. So anything is really possible…………


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