This week, we take a break from our studies to celebrate Deepavali. Deepavali is an Indian festival known as the ‘Festival of Lights’. It is commonly celebrated between mid-October and mid-November. The festival’s celebration lasts five days.
Vacationing seems next to impossible these days because of SOPs and travel restrictions. However, it never hurts to reminisce! A few children from our Flyers class submitted journal entries about their favourite holiday (unedited).
Do you let out a sigh of relief when you don’t have to speak in class or a meeting? Or when you’re talking does it feel like nobody is listening?
To celebrate today’s International Day of Peace, we’re looking at ways we can shape peace together and make a difference to the world. Since 1981, United Nations (UN) has devoted 21 September to honour a day of non-violence and cease-fire around the world…