Next week (starting 26 October) Dominic College student Ursula Harris will be launching her 'Coffee for a Cause' campaign. Ursula has partnered up with her local coffee shop, Platform 1 Coffee Shop in Claremont Village, which all next week will be donating $1 from every cup sold to UNICEF's School-in-a-box program. Ursula was selected as
Hi everyone, I'm Amy the ambassador from Scotland part of the UK team. I hope everyone has enjoyed the World Education Games 2015 and is proud of what they, their school and their country has achieved. It's been great to hear how everyone has been taking part. I have really enjoyed WEG this year and are
The World Education Games may have finished for this year, but education never ends! I believe every single person in wonderful Western Australian schools gave something more than just their time to such a wonderful cause - I can't wait to find out how many UNICEF 'School-in-a-Box' programs we have helped provide this year. It still
Hi, I'm Tristan, the WEG 2015 Ambassador for Victoria, Australia. I am delighted to say that loads of students from all year levels at my school are participating in the games for the first time: it is, and will be a great success! I am absolutely pumped to be part of the games and it has been fantastic to see kids who wouldn't normally
We're been loving hearing the many stories from right around the world during these 2015 World Education Games. It's been great to hear about all the classrooms and students of all ages participating right around the world. One such story we've heard about comes from a school in Bradford on Avon, in the UK.
Student ambassadors to the World Education Games are responsible for promoting education in their schools and communities in aims of getting as many students as possible to love learning. They have been selected on the basis of being enthusiastic about representing their schools and provinces on the world stage. Ambassadors have been hard at work
USA Ambassador Luke, was interviewed by Miami 7 News. He talks about his experience as a US Ambassador, being flown to New York City to attend the official US Ambassador Celebration Tour. "It was exciting finding out I was nominated, but it was even more exciting when I realized there were only very, very few that
Human Calculator - Scott Flansburg visited one of Team USA's Ambassadors Melina Salame at Greenwich Academy, Connecticut. “Numbers are the most powerful language on the planet earth, and I’m going to prove it to you!” That’s what Scott Flansburg, the Human Calculator, told the Lower School girls at a surprise assembly on
Hello everybody, We have had a great day at Terrington Hall School on Tuesday! I made a speech in assembly and sent a letter home last week inviting everyone to come dressed up as a famous literary figure, mathematician or scientist for the opening day, and most of us did, including lots of teachers! What
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Tomorrow, Tomorrow, you are what we've been waiting for! It's amazing to think all of what has been happening has built up to the next three days. I hope we break the last record of how many student are online, because the more students that take part in this will mean more money is donated
Alexander Y, World Education Games student ambassador in the UK, recently wrote to his local Member of Parliament - Zac Goldsmith - about his role in the event. He was pleased to receive a reply, along with Mr Goldsmith's support for the Games. Well done, Alexander!
Hi, my name is Amy McConnachie. I’m proud to be an ambassador for the World Education Games, especially its link with UNICEF. Its great that as children we have the opportunity to learn and have fun competing with each other while at the same time helping other children across the world. When I was first asked to get
To celebrate the World Education Games, we recruited 4 of USA's most active students to be Ambassadors for the World Education Games. We kicked of the two days with a fantastic bus tour around New York City, followed by a limo ride around Times Square and an incredible view from Top of
Hello my name is Hui Qing. When I first heard about the about the World Education Games I wasn’t all that sure, but when I found out more and what the purpose was, I was excited to become an ambassador. My job is to encourage all you lovely people to participate in this year's game.