World Peace Day
We celebrated World Peace Day at school on Friday, 20th September. Under beautiful skies, our march over to the school field was symbolic.
Sitting down on the grass, in the formation of the peace symbol, we observed a minute of silence. Some of the poems that the children wrote on that day are now on display in the school hall.
Our reflections and prayers go out to those who are suffering because of lack of peace for various reasons.
Year 2 pupils become budding botanists after their outing to the nearby green space called Botanico.
Year 6 had the opportunity to learn more about recycling and repurposing from the "Recycling Queen."
Studies reveal that children who spend time with grandparents, or the elderly in general, gain wisdom and patience. The Year 5 French class happily write about their interaction with the grandmother of classmate, Alice Mathieu.
Year Five children reflect on the meaning of the fresco by Brazilian artist, Eduardo Kobra.
Years Three and Four make use of the postal system in Benin to send cards and letters to family and friends.