Peace Day in Maestro Juan de Ávila

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On the 30th of January, we at Maestro Juan de Ávila School, in Pedro Muñoz, Spain, celebrated Peace Day.
Our motto was:

PEACE BEGINS WITH A SMILE 🙂

We started the day with a healthy breakfast, included in our HEALTHY SCHOOL PROJECT.

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After that, we walked around the town with a big banner to express our desire for peace in the world.

Then we read a manifest in Plaza de España square.

To finish the activities, in school, we made a puzzle with different pieces that each course, from children 3 years old to 6th grade of primary, elaborated in class. In each piece we write our motto this year: “Peace begins with a smile“.

This motto was written in sign language and also in the different languages that are part of our Erasmus+ project: 4C’S: LEARNING 4 TOMORROW: Italy, Portugal, Lithuania, Turkey, Finland and Spain.

At the end of the day, we watched the videos (see below) of our Erasmus partners who had recorded in their schools uncovering our motto, which as we said was: PEACE BEGINS WITH A SMILE.

TURKEY
FINLAND
PORTUGAL

See below a video with some of the images of our celebration of Peace Day 2020.


Peace Day at Juan de Ávila

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is a project that focuses on cooperation and exchange of good practices between schools. The main goal of the project is to promote 4C’s (Critical thinking, Creativity, Collaboration and Communication). The project unites primary schools from LithuaniaFinlandItalySpainTurkey and Portugal.

1 Comment

Montserrat Muñoz · February 12, 2020 at 11:43 pm

Muchas Gracias a todos los socios del Proyecto por su implicación y dedicación, pues hacen posible que nuestra educacion tenga ventanas y puertas abiertas a otras culturas y otras maneras de enseñar, dando prioridad a la interculturalidad y experiencias comunes, cargadas de ilusión, emoción, entusiasmo, …GRACIAS!!!!
Thank you very much to all Project partners for their involvement and dedication, as they make it possible for our education to have windows and doors open to other cultures and other ways of teaching, giving priority to interculturality and common experiences, full of illusion, emotion, enthusiasm. , …THANKS!!!!

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