Thursday, 3 November 2016

International Friendship Day Logo Design

In October, Nicola visited Singapore as part of an Asia NZ Foundation delegation. Nicola visited Bukit Timah School. Worser Bay School have continued to connect and collaborate with Bukit Timah.

Inspired by the way that Bukit Timah School celebrate culture and diversity, Worser Bay are going to celebrate International Friendship Day next year.

"International Friendship Day" is celebrated in Singapore. This day is dedicated to the understanding of Singapore’s relations with its neighbours and aims to nurture the spirit of friendship and collaboration among different people.

International Friendship Day is celebrated in schools in Singapore in April.

Worser Bay School will celebrate International Friendship Day in 2017 and have started a project for 2017. Schools around the world will make short movie about their country and culture. Schools have signed up from across the globe.

The schools that have signed up are from: Ireland, England, USA, Canada, Moldova, Trinidad, Singapore, Thailand, South Korea, Canada, Luxembourg, Australia, Philippines, China, Romania, Taiwan, Gambia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Morocco, United Arab Emirates and Japan.

Our students have been designing logos for international Friendship Day. Students from Auroa School in Taranaki have also been working on logos. If you are a classroom or a teacher you can sign up here.

Watch this space...

1 comment:

  1. Wow! What great creativity and diversity: imaginative and so many different ideas. There are so many great ideas for a logo for Friendship Day. I like them ALL especially the ones that feature planet earth and ones that have hearts featuring in them. I think that the superhero in the middle of the bottom row would make a great avatar. However the black and blue one on the top row, on the right really caught my eye. I think it fulfils the brief for a logo as it is so simple and yet with four characters holding hands it gets across the feeling of friendships that include everyone. It looks like a celebration of friendship. Keep up the good work. Friendship makes the world go round :)