In preparation for World Children’s Day on 20 November, our Student Council have been responding to the question, “Are the world’s deserts the best place for new, large scale sustainable communities?” Students researched into Dubai and its efforts to become sustainable. They discussed the pros and cons of using the world’s deserts to create new, zero emissions cities. They have created a video which will be uploaded to Facebook and Instagram on World Children’s Day and shared with the United Nations.
Monday 20 November is UNICEF’s World Children's Day and here at NAISAK, Year 10 geography students have taken ownership of our lessons and learning about our rights as children. We have researched into our rights and responsibilities as global citizens and as young adults. From this, we made a video of questions and have created a video to partake in the global chain reaction. Keep an eye out for it on Monday 20 November.
There are many children around the world with no access to education; we are proud to be able to make use of our time to learn about these issues and hopefully change the future.