It gives us an immense pleasure to announce that Delhi World public School has applied for International School Award by the British Council, which is an accreditation framework for school to record and evaluate their International work and to embed it into their curriculum.
The school will be holding a number of activities in collaboration to countries like Italy, Nepal, Ukraine, Japan, Romania, Croatia, USA, Canada.
“Without bolder action our children won’t have time to debate the existence of climate change. They’ll be busy dealing with its effects. More Environmental disasters, more economic disruptions . Waves of climate refugees seeking sanctuary”
Ban Ki-Moon, The United Nations Secretary has stated in a press conference that: We don’t have plan B because there is no planet B”
This thought has guided the development of Sustainable development Goals. These goals are a collection of 17 Global goals set by the UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY in 2015 for the year 2030. This year the BRITISH COUNCIL has adopted it as their fundamental theme for the International School Award 2019-20.
Students of Delhi World Public School has taken up the challenge to make our Mother Earth greener by reducing and recycling the waste. It’s the need of the hour that we resort to such measures which aim towards the attainment of United Nation’s goals of the Sustainable Development Goals. Remember we have not inherited the Planet from our ancestors but have borrowed it from our future generations!
We have started the First phase of the International School Award activity
#ACTIVITY 1 ,i.e BULLETIN BOARDS based on 17 Sustainable Development Goals given by United Nations.
#Reduce #Reuse #Recycle