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CIS students celebrate Peace Day

They built a huge Peace Wall and learned about the ongoing refugee crisis

Students from CIS building the Wall of Peace (all photos: CIS)
September 26th, 2016 4:00 pm| by Lucie Rychla
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On Wednesday September 21, students from Copenhagen International School celebrated the International Day of Peace.

In the primary school, pupils started the day with an assembly and afterwards enjoyed a morning filled with various grade-level activities on the topic of ‘peace’.



They also created and drew designs on large plastic blocks for a huge ‘Peace Wall’ that was built throughout the day.

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The students then came outside to sing the charity song ‘We Are The World’ while cheered on by an enthusiastic crowd of parent paparazzi.

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Meanwhile, in the middle school, students from the 8th grade celebrated Peace Day by raising awareness about the ongoing worldwide refugee crisis.

Zarah Behnaz Larsen, who is a CIS parent and former refugee, talked about how it is to be a refugee and ways in which everyone can help.

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