Now it’s time for your pupils to share their new-found knowledge and demonstrate their commitment via the Round the Globe Run for a Better World.
Children in schools all round the world who have taken part in the WCP program will show their support for the rights of the child and the Global Goals. Once the children have presented their demands, they will form a human chain that is as long as possible, fingertip to fingertip. The chain, which symbolises the start of the children embracing the globe, will then turn into a three-kilometre walk or run.
Set aside circa two lessons in which children will:
• Present their demands for change in the form of posters, banners
and speeches, perhaps also on social media!
• Form the longest human chain they can, fingertip to fingertip.
• Run or walk three kilometres.
Preparations for 1 April, with pupils improving their knowledge, writing speeches and making material relating to the Global Goals etc., will, of course, take place alongside the other steps of the WCP program.