Amis sans frontière

Les virus ne connaissent pas les frontières, l’Amitié non plus… Et nous sommes certains que c’est cette dernière qui vaincra !
Voyez quel émouvant témoignage de solidarité nous avons reçu cette nuit.


   
Rendez-vous sur le blog de classe de nos amis d’Auroa pour lire l’article en anglais et leur écrire un commentaire de remerciement dans la langue de votre choix (en cliquant  ICI  ou sur l’image). Pour information, les écoles Néo-Zélandaises se préparent elles-aussi à leur fermeture, le confinement pour faire obstacle au coronavirus étant imminent.

3 réflexions sur « Amis sans frontière »

  1. Le , Ngapera Moeahu de l'école Maori Te Kura o Ngaruahinerangi à Mangatoki, Nouvelle-Zélande a dit :

    Tena koe Serge,
    He mihi nui tenei ki a koe me nga tamariki o te kura.

    We are currently preparing for lock down. As you are aware we are a small kura in comparision to the much larger schools we have in the suburbs and cities. Our schools are still open how ever today I have called for a teacher only day. Today will be spent planning, producing resources for the children who do not have access to wifi in the homes as well as setting online programmes for those that do.

    This taniwha that has created havoc around the world is definitely causing many disruptions in peoples lives.
    For Maori, history tells us we are the most vulnerable and less cared about in times like this so we are looking after our own. Our staff are saying the safest place for our children is here at kura however we don’t know who they make contact with outside the kura.
    Our love goes out to the people of your country and the rest around the world who have lost so many and thousands upon thousands who have been infected.

    It’s awesome to hear from you Serge.
    Please, give our love to all the children.
    Ma te Atua koutou e manaaki.

    Ngapera Moeahu-Teitinga
    Tumuaki

  2. Dear friends at Auroa School, dear Mrs Moeahu at Te Kura o Ngaruahinerangi,

    On behalf of my students (and their families too), I want to say thank you… thank you very much ! Your messages of friendship touched everyone’s heart, here, at Brindas school and in our village. Fraternity between children all around the World must grow every day more for a better future. Together, let’s be proud to be an example.
    Be very careful and take care of yourself. We love you !

    Au nom de mes élèves (et de leurs familles aussi), je tiens à vous dire merci… merci beaucoup ! Vos messages d’amitié ont touché le cœur de chacun, ici, à l’école de Brindas et dans notre village. La fraternité entre les enfants du Monde entier doit grandir chaque jour davantage pour un avenir meilleur. Ensemble, soyons fiers d’être un exemple.
    Soyez prudents et prenez soin de vous. Nous vous portons tous dans notre cœur !

    Serge Galligani

  3. Hello from the UK,
    We found your post as part of the Edublogs Student Blogging Challenge. What a lovely thing for your partner school in New Zealand to post.
    We certainly are all in this together ! We are a class of 10 and 11 years olds blogging from near the Norfolk coast in the east of the UK. Our school is closed due to the current Covid 19 crisis but we hope to keep blogging from home. Our blog address is :

    https://allsaintsjuniors.edublogs.org/ .
    Take care and stay safe.
    From the Juniors Class @ All Saints School, Lessingham, Norfolk UK

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