Lets celebrate and commemorate peace. Kids travel to other countries,learn about each other, and make new friends. So, lets all cheer up, get excited, get inspired and get motivated.
Burnley Brow, as one of the first signatories to the Oldham Peace Pledge, has held an active role on the Oldham Peace Forum since summer I pledge to care for our earth with my healing heart and hands.
Join people across the world in a Minute of Silence, Moment of Peace at noon in every time zone.You may read their whole story and get involved through the suggested activities in this form. Or it can involve getting your co-workers, organization, community or government engaged in a large event. Kids travel to other countries,learn about each other, and make new friends. Recently, our School Council have worked on a Playground Buddies project, helping to design a friendship bench and friendship stop which is manned by the councillors and Head and Deputy children to ensure all children at Burnley Brow are included and feel safe and happy at playtimes. So, lets all cheer up, get excited, get inspired and get motivated. The name itself suggests the obvious aim and intention of spreading peace worldwide and dedicating a day for the same to honor the notion. In , for the first time, the Day was dedicated by the Secretary-General of the United Nations to peace education, the key preventive means to reduce war sustain-ably.
The SAI International School Kids for Peace chapter in Bhubaneswar, India hosts a book drive, installs a library, and shares story time with underserved neighborhood friends. Kids learn about children in other cultures and then create Peace Packs knapsacks filled with school supplies, toiletries, toys, and a note of friendship to give to their new friends.
Kids tend their school garden at the Kids for Peace School of Kenya.