Today we celebrate UNESCO’s International Mother Tongue Day, a day of communication, interaction and cultural exchange. This year, pivoting our celebrations to the digital sphere, we hosted a multi-lingual reading of Robert Southey’s Goldilocks and the Three Bears. Some of the languages featured were English, Spanish, Portuguese, Greek, Tagalog and Japanese. We were thrilled that teachers and parents participated in the event. Audrey Azoulay, Director General of UNESCO, stated that the theme of the day this year was “fostering multilingualism for inclusion in education and society.” Escuela Lomas Altas is the perfect place to action Miss Azoulay’s words, with our international community and truly global mindset.