Sharing hopes and dreams around the world

  • Good to talk: BHS students connected with students from around the world to celebrate the International Day of the Girl Child (Photograph supplied)

    Good to talk: BHS students connected with students from around the world to celebrate the International Day of the Girl Child (Photograph supplied)


Students from Year 8 had a unique opportunity to connect with girls from around the world to celebrate The International Day of the Girl Child.

They spoke with girls across the US, Canada, Switzerland and Tanzania. It was amazing to see that the languages of laughter and dancing have no limits — just girls from around the world connecting and bonding over shared experiences, such as sports, their hopes and dreams for the future, and what it means to be a girl today.

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Published Oct 18, 2018 at 8:00 am (Updated Oct 17, 2018 at 7:40 pm)

Sharing hopes and dreams around the world

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