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ISM Krylatskoe Primary 1120

World Children’s Day on Lower Campus

Friday 20th November witnessed the celebration of World Children’s Day at Krylatskoe Lower Campus.

Our topic this year was Climate Challenge, with a particular focus on the 14th Sustainable Development Goal: Life Below Water. 

On Friday, all students and staff wore blue to make the campus look like a wonderful ocean. Along with this, learning throughout the day was concentrated on two other UNICEF sustainable goals: SDG12(Responsible Consumption and Production) and SDG13 (Climate Action).

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In lessons, we discussed what we can do to reduce our carbon footprint in school and at home. Students designed individual footprints to show what small changes we can make, such as switching off lights, recycling paper and cardboard in school and more. Students also got creative with recycled materials to make pencil pots, dream catchers, cars and birdhouses. 

Children in Nursery made a special wall out of recycled materials for Humpty Dumpty, while Year Three and Four students made a sustainability STEAM challenge, putting their imaginations to the test to come up with the most innovative uses for recycled materials. 

World Children’s Day is about giving children the power and the ability to change the world, as well as having their voices heard. Although World Children’s Day only lasted for a day on Lower Campus, our mission of making our campus a more environmentally friendly place will not cease. We will continue to strive and do our best!

Written by Vera Qian, Year 4 Teacher