UNITE THE NATIONS
Congratulations to members of the top 5 teams listed below. Participants were challenged to answer 116 questions with the top teams scoring in the high 70’s percent of accuracy and only 1 percentage point difference separating each of them.
Congratulations to our TOP 5 SCHOOLS….
1. Akademie Kubelikova , Prague ,Czech Republic
2. Primary School Horvati, Zagreb, Croatia
3. Business Academy Valašské Meziříčí , Valasske Mezirici ,Czech Republic
4. Lord Elgin Public School, London, Ontario, Canada
5. Liceo Patria, Bucaramanga – Santander, Columbia
A SPECIAL NOTE: This is the first year that a former Time Project Participant, Martin Sentl, has come back to the Project as a Teacher to lead their school to FIRST PLACE in UNITE THE NATIONS and it’s the fourth year in the top 5 for Lord Elgin P.S. in London Ontario Canada – consistently performing at a high level.
Honourable Mention goes to the next 5 schools:
Kensal Park French Immersion, Thames Valley D.S.B., London, On. Canada
Ted Aliaga College, Aliaga- Izmir, Turkey
Sintermeerten College, Heerlen, The Netherlands
School 1357, Moscow, Russia
Centro De Comercio Piedecuesta – Colombia
A BIG THANK YOU to all of the participants. Together we developed questions to teach one another about our own countries. Together we celebrated each other’s History, Geography, the Arts and more. A total of 79 participants in Unite the Nations this year. In total 41 schools in 20 countries were involved in TIME PROJECT 2012 spring ed.
The next TIME DAY is set for Friday November 30th 2012 when once again YOUTH OF THE WORLD will UNITE together for 1 DAY in TIME.
Laura Baker, Managing Director, Time Project 2012.