Somewhere Over The Rainbow, by Amelie

Last month, WhichSchoolAdvisor.com began a project designed to offer hope and comfort in these challenging times. We hope to offer hope and inspiration through the musical talents of the children of the UAE.
This article is part of an editorial series on Covid-19
Covid-19
Do your children attend a Vietnam school? Take our survey and help other parents.
WhichSchoolAdvisor's annual school survey.
LET'S GO
Covid-19
This article is part of an editorial series on Covid-19

Since March, we have been sharing videos of students and teachers singing "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" as a message of hope and unity. Here, Amelie Nunn, a student at Nord Anglia International School Dubai, shares her own beautiful interpretation of the uplifting song.

Please note: Volume is muted by default. You will need to turn up the volume by accessing the video's controls.

Inspired by the young people of China and Italy who began sharing messages of hope as the Covid-19 pandemic took hold in their homelands, WhichSchoolAdvisor.com began sharing special versions of the song, "Somewhere Over the Rainbow", by students across the world, who also wanted to raise their voices in hope, and solidarity...

Today, Amelie a student at Nord Anglia International School, shares her own lovely version of the song. Amelie is now part of a growing group of children and teachers who have recorded this song for our project. You will find links to the other versions of the song (in English, French and Sinhalese) below.

All over the world, children and young people have united under the message ‘Keep up the Fight’. For children in China, where the movement originated, the message is “Jiayou”.

Today, all around Italy, the words “andra tutto bene” (all will be well) now accompany beautiful rainbow drawings made by children to brighten their locked down neighbourhoods, and to give hope to anyone who sees them. We want to share the UAEs' messages of light and hope too...

Jiayou. Andra tutto bene. Keep up the fight.

We would love to hear this popular song sung in your mother tongue. If your child would like to share their own version of the "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" song, please email editor@whichschooladvisor.com.

Please enjoy this moment of musical hope, positivity and worldwide connection from Amelie and all of the WhichSchoolAdvisor.com team.

Thank you Amelie, for your song...

Please note: Volume is muted by default. You will need to turn up the volume by accessing the video's controls.

Somewhere Over the Rainbow, sung in English by Emily of Kings Al Barsha

Somewhere Over the Rainbow, sung in English and British Sign Language by Ms Suzanna Eggar of Fairgreen International School 

Somewhere Over the Rainbow, sung in French by Aya of Repton Abu Dhabi

Somewhere Over the Rainbow, sung in Sinhalese by Sithumdi of Dubai Scholars Private School 

Comments
Latest Vietnam articles
School Performance

Teacher Assessments to Replace 2021 Exams

Teacher assessments will replace all GCSE and A Level exams in England this year. Educat…

Society

Exam Boards: International Exams May Go Ahead

Both Pearson Edexcel and Cambridge International exam boards have issued statements confi…

Society

Opinion, Summer 2021 Exam Cancellations

It is bitter-sweet to feel as fortunate as we should do about the education we have manag…

Society

UK Schools Close, GCSE, A Level Exams Cancelled

The UK has entered a second national lockdown, which will see all primary and secondary s…

University

Turing to Enable Students to Study, Work Abroad

Thousands of students will be able to study and do work placements across the world via a…

Courses & Curricula

CBSE Exams To Take Place 'After February'

In an online announcement to teachers India's Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal yesterd…

Society

'Global Teacher' Winner On Why He Shared $1 M

The winner of this year's $1 million Global Teacher Prize took everyone, his family inclu…

School Performance

Asia Tops Global Science, Maths Rankings

Students in Singapore and East Asia continue to top the rankings for science and maths,…

0 Schools Selected
keyboard_arrow_down keyboard_arrow_up
Your selection Clear All