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One Journey, Two Worlds

Once again there was a boy who was sitting in the chair of a train playing the piano. Once again, this very time, another boy who lived closed between electrical noises and fluorescent lights, deaf to all the things that existed outside his square. The former was sensitive to beauty, imagination, others and the world of dreams. The second was not occupied with anything but himself, his games and movies. Only then did he know how to rein. Can a stop change a simple crossing and transform a boy’s growing heart?

Text and illustration of the students of Pedro Arrupe College, 2013



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A full auditorium for the presentation of a book – which tells the story, written from the creative reflection and shared by more than a hundred 5th graders, which is inspired by the motto that annually brings together the whole school – has proved to be the point of enthusiastic arrival of a journey carried out throughout a school year.

In this path of experiential learning, curiosity, creativity, effort, persistence, resilience and commitment are mobilized, students are challenged to reflect, give ideas, ponder alternatives and propose solutions, acquire skills, skills, content and realize transversality of knowledge and expressions. Students learn. And they’re thrilled.

Margaret Chambel,

Pedro Arrupe College