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Saturday 18th September
26th September - The European Day of Languages
The European Day of Languages aims to draw the public’s attention to the importance of language learning, raise awareness of all the languages spoken in Europe and encourage lifelong language learning Hundreds of activities celebrating language diversity and promoting language learning are (...)
Saturday 18th September
26th September - The European Day of Languages
The European Day of Languages aims to draw the public’s attention to the importance of language learning, raise awareness of all the languages spoken in Europe and encourage lifelong language learning Hundreds of activities celebrating language diversity and promoting language learning are (...)
Friday 16th January
Keeping the Peace
These 10 points are the cornerstones of any good violence prevention program
1. Get Involved
2. Ask for Outside Help
3. Meet and Greet
4. Promote Classroom Resolution
5. Create Signs and Safety Pledges
6. Study School Floor Plans
7. Have a Heart
8. Encourage Diversity
9. Put Former (...)
Saturday 29th November
Global Junior Challenge 2004 - New deadline : 30th of June 2004
The Global Junior Challenge is a global award promoted by the Digital Youth Consortium, a non-profit organization founded by the Municipality of Rome and six major ICT companies. 
The intention of the award, dedicated to young people and to schools, is to identify and reward best practices (...)
Thursday 20th November
Shankar’s international children’s competition 2004
The Shankar’s International Children’s Competition (SICC) was begun in 1949. In the first competition, about a thousand children sent 3,000 entries. Shankar was so impressed with what they had drawn and written that he made the competion an annual feature. The number of entries has grown over (...)