BARBADOS, Providence School

Well done to the Alexis Pestano for this  lovely colourful piece which revolves around the girl holding the Heart.

(The girl hugging the heart) ” the drawing I did was the rainbow of flags ( I like to call it)”

We wish for Peace because the World won’t bloom or shine, Peace is the way to go, Let Peace live in your heart.


We all wish for Peace because the World won’t bloom and shine like it should, make Peace and Stop all wars.


World Peace.Peace and Love , We are all One












We all wish for Peace because we want to make the World a better place

We wish for Peace because together we can make a better place for future generations to enjoy. This we pray for.


We wish Peace because we are 1


And to finish we have this lovely design with many flags covered by the dove of peace and the olive branch.

Thanks so much Melanie Brown The Art Teacher in the Providence school, Barbados for working with the students to produce some fantastic work.

The Schools’s mission statement is To educate young minds to reach their full academic potential through a well balanced programme of Academics, Arts & Athletics as a means to stimulate the individual intellectually, morally, physically and spiritually. Whilst striving for academic excellence, the school believes that education and active participation in the arts and athletics is an integral part of the individual’s learning experience and wholesome development as a human being.

Well done to all involved.

BARBADOS, Ursuline Convent School

Thank you to Meaghan Ince for this lovely piece of work to represent  The Ursuline Convent School  in Barbados.

We all wish for Peace because it will bring a brighter future for everyone.

Special thanks to everyone involved and to Susan Chinnery for coordination of the International PeaceQuilt Project for this school.,com_frontpage/Itemid,1/

Just a few words from the school song……..“Storm or cloud will not dismay us We will do and dare”.

Barbados Flag Meaning:
The left blue stripe represents the sky and the yellow/gold stripe symbolizes the sand. The right blue stripe represents the sea. The trident in the middle of the Barbados flag represents Barbados independence from the British, with each point of the trident representing the three principles of democracy which are government of, for and by the Barbados people.

The Barbados flag was designed by an art teacher and was chosen in a nation wide contest.

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