21 de febrero de 2018
15 de febrero de 2018
In Enniscrone, County Sligo, Ireland, Transition Year students (15 to 16 years) are involved in a ‘Young Environmentalist Project’. This is part of our involvement in obtaining a National Green Flag for ‘Global Citizenship and Waste’.
Our focus is on the wonderful product ‘Plastic’. It is hugely important to our everyday life, but its disposal is becoming a major hazard in our seas and in landfill sites, as it will remain for generations.
We will be emailing Jesus and Mary Secondary Schools all over the world. We will ask them to answer 2 questions.
1. What are the problems associated with waste plastic in your local area?
2. Have you suggestions for recycling or reuse of plastic products?
We would welcome any other ideas from around the world.
11 de febrero de 2018
JPIC Roma Newsbrief es una publicación que tiene como objetivo presentar el trabajo realizado por las redes de JPIC en Roma, los dos grupos de Promotores y los grupos de trabajo individuales sirven a la UISG y al USG y miembros de los Generalatos para llegar a una mayor conciencia, análisis más claros y una acción más efectiva en el área de justicia y paz e integridad de la creación.
JPIC Roma Newsbrief is a publication which aims at presenting the work done by the JPIC networks in Rome, the two Promoters groups and the individual working groups serve the UISG and the USG and member Generalates to arrive at a greater awareness, clearer analysis and more effective action in the area of justice and peace and integrity of creation.
10 de febrero de 2018
Esta semana nos hemos reunido en Barcelona, Educadores de las cuatro Casas de Familia de la Provincia de España: LLar Claudina, Trafalgar, CAME y Dar Tika (Tánger)
Hemos profundizado en lo que significa el Acompañamiento en Jesús-María y hemos celebrado los 200 años de la Congregación
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9 de febrero de 2018
ANNUAL ART - CRAFT AND SUPW EXHIBITION 2017-18
ANNUAL ART –CRAFT AND SUPW exhibition of KHRIST RAJA SCHOOL was held on 11-12-2017. It was inaugurated by our manager Sr. Gracy Paul accompanied with community sisters.
Teachers and students had presented their creations made by using waste material like used plastic bottles, old cds , bangles, kite paper, old cloth pieces, newspaper, wool, used disposable spoons, ice cream sticks, drinking straws etc.
All the students and staff members of KRS got an overwhelming response from the guests who visited the exhibition. It was clearly seen how children made “best out of waste” and help in waste management by re-using and re-cycling of various waste things. For example:
1) Wall hanging:
A- Made from old bangles and thin fabrics like old duppattas of net or any translucent material for decoration mirrors, beads, small bells, straws or pipes were used.
B- Made from old cloth pieces, for base thick fabric like jute is taken. For decoration cut out of different shapes is pasted on the base to create different designs like flower vase, scenery, landscape etc.
C-Made from old newspaper and coloured sheets for quilling work. Acrylic paints were used to make it attractive.
2) Piggy Bank:
Made from used old plastic bottle like Pepsi/coke bottle, five coke bottle caps, acrylic paints.
3) Paper flowers:
Made from using kite paper and kulfi sticks.
Made from using old waste duppattas or sarees, gunny bags, wool. Three inch strips of waste cloth is tied to form a long braid which is then placed in circular form on the piece of jute.
Made from using old newspaper pipes, drinking straws, beads, wool etc. Bracelet and necklaces were made out of these waste things.
A- Made from using upper half of a Pepsi/ coke bottle. Then for decoration old wool, drinking straws, pom pom etc is used.
B- Made from using ice cream cups, beads, mirrors, bells etc.
Made from using egg tray and coloured paper used for making different parts.
8) Snow man:
Made from using old plastic medicine bottles and coloured paper for detailing.
Made from using old newspaper acrylic paints, mirrors etc.
Made from using old cds and coloured paper for detailing.
Made from using disposable spoons, ear buds and acrylic paints.12) Bottle decoration:
Made from using Pepsi/coke bottle, wool, mirrors etc.
Made from using cloth bags, waste cloth trimmings for stuffing, fabric paints for detailing.
Made from using disposable plates, coloured paper and paints for detailing.