CWorld Hello Day is a holiday celebrated annually on November 21, to express that conflicts should be resolved through communication rather than the use of force. The annual global event began to be celebrated in 1973 as a response to the Yom Kippur War. (source: Wikipedia)
In school we talk about how communication is important for us. Lots of people don't talk, don't use their language to express their ideas, especially to solve problems. We don't want to go like this. We need to talk more when some conflicts might appear. We are citizens of open Europe and we feel like to be a part of it. Let's communicate in an open way.
Our world is various. Our Earth carries 7 billion various personalities. Additionally, everyone of us belongs to something - we are different by our religion, race, nationality, opinions. That's why it's very important to be able to get on and to communicate more with each other. How to start? By simple HELLO or HI ... Leave your HELLO on the wall (below or directly on Padlet wall) to join us for better world.
World Hello Day website
World Hello Day padlet
Children from Wales are greeting world - in the class and at assembly.
Gallery of photos
Children from Wales created a poster - download
For more photos, have a look at MATERIALS -> WORLD HELLO DAY (folder) or visit