Gestures that speak volumes

Throughout the year, and on a daily basis, we must not forget to have gestures with our neighbours, those that help to build bonds of fraternity with a brother or sister.

At Claret School in Las Palmas they have made their own the phrase that “sometimes a gesture is worth more than a thousand words”. Thus, the students from 3rd Primary to 2nd ESO gave up the 1st course, 2nd course and dessert for a sandwich, while the students from 1st and 2nd Primary did the same with dessert: the economic amount collected with this gesture will go to a series of projects in the most disadvantaged areas of the planet with which they collaborate.

For their part, the students of the Claret School in Don Benito have also been ‘working’ on fraternity these days. The students of 3rd ESO D carried out a ‘Healthy Breakfast’ coexistence while they shared the work of preparation, service and cleaning in solidarity. And a group of students from 2nd Baccalaureate, together with their tutors, after finishing the exams of the second evaluation, were able to enjoy nature and friendship with a day of coexistence walking to the town of La Haba.

 

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