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A special visit of World's Largest Lesson representative to BVIS Hanoi

Ms. Kinvara Paterson is the Content and Curriculum Manager, World's Largest Lesson at Project Everyone. The World’s Largest Lesson brings the Global Goals to children all over the world, reaching over 130 countries and millions of children since its launch in September 2015.

BVIS Hanoi UNICEF Kinvara visit talk to students

As part of the Global Campus’ Global Challenge this year, students at BVIS Hanoi spent one of their Enrichment Days in November last year focusing on raising awareness of the importance of SDG 4- Quality Education. Kinvara saw some of the fantastic work our students undertook that day and asked if she could visit us when she was in Hanoi.

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Kinvara came to our assembly to let our students know that their work had been noticed by the World’s Largest Lesson and to thank them for their efforts. She reminded them of the importance of student voice as the number of people globally below the age of 24 in 40%. This is the largest demographic on Earth right now. She encouraged them to continue their efforts in raising awareness of the Global Goals in our local community.

We hope to continue working with Kinvara in the future!