The Tree of Hope Project

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I feel proud, like a mother would, of her child’s achievement, of the lovely work done by our students.

The Tree of Hope was a project put together by the ESL, English & Art departments to commemorate Children’s Day in Korea as well as remember unfortunate children around the world. There were many heart-felt messages of hope and love, written by Years 7-9, on the leaves they crafted during Art.

In line with the IB philosophy of creating caring, principles and reflective students, ( 3 of the 10 attributes of the learner profile), the students have proven that they are on the right track.

Here’s to growing that tree and building strong characters.

Tree of Hope – look at our gorgeous tree –

The Tree of Hope by reflective, principled and caring individuals

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About mrsmissoveness

I'm Heading the EAL dept and Teaching ESL Students in the Mainstream Classroom (TESMC) trainer on Jeju island, South Korea. I'm enjoying the IT revolution in the classroom and discovering new IT tools to support my lessons. Reading is at the top of my list: “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go" Dr Seuss, I can read with my eyes shut. Learning Korean is my biggest challenge at this point in time. However, a word a day is my target.

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