In her extra curricular activities, our Caroline (who makes sure that all our smoothies get to all their European homes in one piece) is also a Scout leader.
Over the last 3 weeks, she's been working with her scout troop towards their Global Challenge badge.
To earn their badge, the scouts had to choose and investigate an international issue.
So they chose Peace Day.
After watching the film, they all had to think about what it would be like living in a war zone and how it would affect their daily lives.
Then they all came up with personal pledges of how they would promote Peace Day:
Natalie: I will be nice and caring to others
Anna: I won't be mean to my brother (or anyone else)
Eliza: I will listen to my teacher, I will make friends with my enemies and not fight or get in trouble
Sacha: I will be really nice and not do or say anything violent
Thomas: I will be friendly and helpful to other people
Sherna: I will be good and not hurt other people and tell people it's Peace Day on 21st September
Today, they are all going into their schools armed with Peace One Day badges to give to every person who makes a peace pledge.
Big thanks to all the scouts and Caroline for all their hard work to spreading the word.
Let us know when those shiny Global Challenge badges arrive.