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BELARUS,Slonim gymnasium 1

9 Nov

We welcome Students from the Slonim Gymnasium 1,Belarus. There was an art competition to choose the best drawings for the School’s International Peace Quilt project and the following is the result. The  drawing above  has been done by Anton Adasik 11 years old

I wish for peace because it’s  development of science and soul

This second design has been created by Kate Dyatlova, 11 years old.

I wish for peace – Peace is green that is harmony between man and nature

This third design has been done by Irina Korolenya, 15 years old

We all wish for peace…Peace is in our hearts

This school also participated in The Circle of Peace, the idea of which is just a few months old .

”  At noon the students of  4, 5 , 6 and 7 grades together with teachers ( total 210 people) went in our school yard  and joined their hands to be part of the International Circle of Peace. They sent their best wishes to the world and prayed for peace all over the world.It was the first time we had participated in such activities but it was unforgettable.” Irina Volynets.

Special thanks to  Irina Volynets, teacher of English and the coordinator of telecollaborative projects in Slonim gymnasium 1, Belarus.

” The students of our school have been participating in The Peace One Day project for several years and it’s become a tradition to celebrate Peace Day on September 21. This year we have had Peace Week that started on September 21 and was full of different events and activities.

We all wish for peace because peace is LIFE on our planet Earth. Everybody has the right to live.We want to see happy, smiling people, the sun shining in the blue sky, to listen to birds’ singing, to enjoy the beauty of nature,… We wish for peace in the world, peace in the family and peace in our hearts.WE are PEACE.

Here is our acrostic poem about peace:
P – peaceful coexistence of all countries
E – equality between people of different nationalities and religions 
A – attention to the needs of others, tolerance and mutual understanding
C – care and support
E – equal relations and harmony  betweeman and nature

Well done to everyone involved from this school. A really powerful message for Peace by All.

 

 

 

 

The Belarus flag consists of two horizontal stripes, the upper stripe of the Belarus flag is red, and the lower stripe is green in color. The flag has a red ornamental pattern on a white vertical stripe leveled at the hoist. The green stripe symbolizes the future, hope, spring and revival and also the forests and fields of Belarus. The red color symbolizes Belarus’ past and the blood shed by the country men to achieve independence. The decorative pattern on the flag symbolizes Belarus’ rich cultural heritage, its spiritual continuity, and the unity of its people.

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PERU, Trener School

2 Apr

Well done to everyone from Trener School in Lima Peru for this selection of drawings.

Well done to Andrea Lu 6th Grade for this colourful piece.

We can make a change

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you to Hanna Lau 6th Grade for this one.

We can change the World with you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Roxana Velez and Camila Checa 6th grade say

Love and Peace  We all fit together

 

 

 

 

 

 

This one has been created by Matias Cabello from 6th grade also

World Peace Stop racism

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks to Micaela Silva 6th grade for this one.

Peace begins with a smile.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Well done to Alessia from 5th Grade for this drawing of Peace.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you so much to Massiel Arregui and Ana María León for coordinating this project for young people from Peru and all staff and students involved. We are delighted to have you join in this project.

http://www.trener.edu.pe/files/peace_quilt_ing.pdf

DJIBOUTI, Schools of Djibouti

1 Apr

Here we have the drawings received from students of Djibouti. Well done to everyone involved and to Simon Pire for coordinating the project for this Country. The first is from L.E.C. de Boulaos School in Djibouti town, thank you to Paulos for this one. The second drawing is from School L.E.C. d’Obock .

L’humanité  entière aspère a la paix       All Humanity hopes for Peace.

The third drawing is from L.E.C.d’Ali – Sabieh School and thanks to Haston for this one. Djibouti’s fourth drawing is also from L.E.C. de Boulaos in Djibouti town.

The final drawing is from The Saint Jean-Baptiste de la Salle school. Well done to all students involved.

Djibouti Flag Meaning:
The white triangle stands for peace. The blue stripe represents the sea and sky and the green stripe symbolizes earth. The red star stands for unity.

PANAMA, Balboa Academy

31 Mar

Thank you so much to everyone from Balboa Academy Panama for the wonderful selection of drawings received, 51 in total. We will do what we can to get them all on here eventually.

We all wish for Peace because it is what makes us united

 

 

 

We all wish for Peace because we are all equal


 

 

 

 

 

 

We all wish for Peace because Peace brings hope.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks to Mary Teran Art Teacher in this school for coordinating the project for Panama. We really appreciate the fantastic response from  Balboa Academy.

 

The blue star represents the civic virtues of purity and honesty and the red star symbolizes the authority of the law. Together they represent loyalty and resilience.

SLOVENIA, Osnovna sola Col Primary

30 Mar

Well done to all the Primary students aged between 7 and 11 for these drawings  from Osnovna sola Col in the West side of Slovenia.

We all wish for Peace because we don’t like war.

We all wish for Peace because the Olympic games will make Peace.

Thank you to the Embassy in Slovenia for passing on the information about International Peace Quilt to this school.

” A group of fifteen children, age betwen 7 to 11 years, have made small posters with a dove of peace, which is flying from the dark to the light.We hope you should like our small part of your great piece of quilt.” Silva Karim Art Teacher.


 

Thank you so much to all the children from this school who have put so much time into this project and to Silva Karim for coordinating the project for this school.