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UNICEF Board Member Visits Grade 8

Grade 8 Language Acquisition students have been studying English within the global context of scientific and technical innovation. They recently studied man-made and natural disasters, their impact on the environment, individuals and communities.


UNICEF presentation Iris Nuñez disaster relief ICS

To go along with what they have been studying, the group had a very special visitor on 28th September. Ms Iris Nuñez spoke on behalf of UNICEF about disaster relief and emergency funds. Our guest explained the history and context of her organisation, shared modern-day videos, and gave insights into the work that UNICEF does around the globe.

The students also had a chance to ask questions about disasters and relief efforts from Ms Nuñez, who has an extensive wealth of knowledge on these topics. Thanks to her talk, students gained a deeper understanding of how disasters impact children around the world.

UNICEF activity Iris Nuñez Grade 8 Language Acquisition globe