International School (Primary)

It takes a world to end violence against children. Our Global Citizenship Programme aims to plant the seeds of love and compassion in children and nurture global citizens of tomorrow. Through storytelling and interactive sessions, we would like children to learn about world poverty issues and to inspire them to make positive influences to the lives of others!

VISION TALKS

Duration: 30-40 min
No. of Participants: 50+
Format: Face-to-face or Zoom (Pre-recorded YouTube videos by request only)

The Adventure of the Three Little Chicks (Hunger)

The chicks are taking students on an adventure to meet children from different parts of the world!

Key Concepts:
Hunger, food inequality, sharing and treasuring

Vision Action: Sharing Farm


The Invisible Wings (Refugee)

Dandelion is telling the stories about refugee children so Little Caterpillar can learn about the power of education.

Key Concepts: Refugee, War & Conflict, Education, Transformation

Extended Activity: Butterfly Decoration

EXTENEDED ACTIVITY

To create a more memorable learning experience, schools can also sign up for our extended activities. World Vision provides PowerPoint slides, activity guidelines and videos. Please contact us for more details.



EDUCATIONAL VIDEOS

Schools are welcome to share educational videos to students for deeper understanding of issues.



OTHER RESOURCE



VISION ACTIONS

When compassion turns into actions, we can change the world! We encourage students to share blessings and support children in need in practical ways.



Enrolment Information

  • All Vision Talks, Vision Actions and educational resources are free-of-charge.

  • Please provide a computer with Internet access, a projector, microphones and speakers.

  • Please fax or email the enrolment form at least 2 weeks before the talk to 2394 0566 or [email protected]. Confirmation will be sent by fax or email upon receipt of application.

  • Enrolment for 2021-22 English Vision Talks is now open to all international schools on a first-come, first-served basis. Each school can apply for 2 talks per academic year, with at least 50 students attending each talk.