The students of the Emerald Heights International School in the Virtual Round Square Conference hosted by the Craighouse School, Santiago, Chile. Throughout the globe, students of various schools gathered to talk about: “What is a boundless world for you?”
The conference started with Craighouse’s headmaster, who highlighted the fifth ideal of a round square that is leadership, after which the delegates were segregated in different Baraza The discussions in the Baraza were based mostly upon individuals’ culture, background, heritage, and what living in a boundless world meant to them. Also, the participants brought an object that portrayed their family’s culture. Furthermore, The delegates heard Keynote speakers Nayantara Ranganathan, Nithiya Kala, and Javier, who spoke about their family history and how it was like moving from one country to another. The delegates also played Kahoot, which was based on immigration, emigration, and migration.
Towards the end, each baraza discussed their ideologies to promote intercultural relations among people from different countries.