World Language & Literature Week / International Day

World Language and Literature Week helps develop reading habits for pupils, International Day honors racial equality. Both will take place from March 14 – 18th, 2016 at Renaissance International school Saigon.

Renaissance school organizes World Language and Literature Week with the aim of building reading habits for children starting at a young age. Reading not only helps children improve their knowledge of the world, it enhances creativity, and builds character. On International Day, March 18th 2016, all pupils will actively participate at Renaissance school to honor racial equality.

During World Language and Literature Week, pupils will dress as one of the characters in a book they love, decorate class rooms and enjoy “walking” into a book. Furthermore, FAHASA chain bookstore will organize a book fair this whole week, parents will be able to purchase books their children love with special discounts and everyone will be able to swap books during the event.

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International Day will take place with flag bearers; pupils will dress in national clothes and join the fashion competition between form classes organized by creative Renaissance teachers. There will be many other interesting activities including “Day of someone from another culture/country”, etc.

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International Day at Renaissance International School will bring the message “Same same but different” which means that even though we have different skin colors and are from different Nations,  we’re all the same.

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