International Dimension (ISA Activity / Global Exchange Program)

VIDEO CONFERENCE

‘BEYOND THE TALK- TRANSFORMATIVE NARRATIVES “ was organised by Bal Bharati Public School, Brij Vihar on 17th of may 2024. This International Dimensional Activity was scheduled to provide students with the insight about the different culture and provide an epistemology about the global way of looking towards education. Queen Mercy Ndubuisi, Founder of Africa Phenomenon Founder and MUG Foundational founder was the resource person. She addressed about her struggles and the obstacles she overcame. She also told the students about the education system that the gobal nation as united whole should be thriving to build.

 

IDS-ACTIVITY

Name of the Activity                         : NATURE’S PERSONA

Day & Date                                       : Monday, 6th May 2024

Class                                                 : Pre Primary

Total no. of students participated    : 140               

Report – The IDS Activity “Nature’s Persona” was held on 6th May 2024 for Pre Primary students. The students participated with great enthusiasm and spoke about the features of  National Animal from the countries : India , Bangladesh , Vietnam , Malaysia.

The objective of the activity was to encourage cultural exploration and understanding among students by dressing up as the national animals of various countries and delivering brief presentations highlighting their attributes.

This activity was a successful initiative in promoting awareness of international diversity and understanding among students.

Students learnt – The activity fostered a sense of cultural appreciation and understanding among participants. Students not only learned about the national animals of different countries.

The event provided a platform for students to showcase their creativity through costume design and public speaking skills through delivering informative speeches.

 

 

                                   

 

 

 

 

Remembering Rwanda: Honoring the 30th Anniversary of the Genocide - Gallery Walk

  

Bal Bharati Public School, Brij Vihar commemorated the 30th anniversary of the 1994 genocide against the Tutsis in Rwanda, fostering reflection, dialogue, and creative expression among students. The activity involved students from classes XI and XII, actively engaged in discussions and creative expression of their thoughts and emotions. The activity commenced with the screening of a documentary shedding light on the Rwandan genocide. This was followed by a moment of reflection, allowing students to process the content of the documentary.

Students were then divided into small groups, where they engaged in discussions, sharing their thoughts, reactions, and questions about the documentary and its significance. The aim was to encourage critical thinking and dialogue among peers.A brief reflection session provided students with the opportunity to express their emotions and thoughts. This facilitated a deeper understanding of the sensitive topic and its implications.

In the subsequent segment, each group expressed their reflections through symbolic representations. Students were encouraged to express their understanding and emotions associated with their chosen topics through creative mediums such as drawing, painting, poetry, or storytelling. The resulting timelines and creative expressions were displayed in the designated gallery space.

The activity concluded with a gallery walk, enabling students to explore and discuss each other's work. This interactive session fostered empathy, understanding, and appreciation for different perspectives on the Rwandan genocide.

 

VIDEO CONFERENCE

                    

 A video conference on SDG-8 ‘Future of Work’ was conducted on 14 February 2024 in collaboration with Generation Global for the students of classes IX & XI.Our students interacted with the students of Ukraine,Indonesia,UAE and Phillipines in a constructive discussion and brainstorming session..

The video conference aimed to facilitate a cross-cultural dialogue among students from different countries on the topic of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 8: Future of Work. It provided an opportunity for students to exchange perspectives, share insights, and brainstorm solutions related to the challenges and opportunities in the future of work.

The video conference commenced with introductions from each participating country, allowing students to familiarize themselves with one another. Following the introductions, the discussion delved into various aspects of SDG-8, including employment trends, technological advancements, skills development, and the impact of globalization on the future workforce.

Overall, the video conference served as a platform for meaningful engagement and collaboration among students, contributing to the collective efforts towards achieving SDG-8 and creating a more sustainable and inclusive future of work.

 

Name of the Activity                       : AQUAMAN

Day & Date                                       : 8th December, 2022 Thursday

Class                                                  : IV and V

Total no. of students participated  : 344

 The students of Classes IV and V participated in the activity, ‘AQUAMAN’. The students created an imaginary aquatic animal by amalgamating features of any four aquatic animals using their creative and artistic skills. 

The students participated in the activity enthusiastically. The activity was a platform for the students to showcase their creative ability.

Students learnt -

  • Each feature of a living body has its own importance.
  • To arouse the interest of innovation, imagination and creation.

 

 

 

Name of the Activity                          : Comparative Study on Consumer Laws

Day & Date                                            : 18th October, 2022/ Tuesday

Class                                                        : IX and XI

Total no. of students participated        : 300

Students prepared a Newsletter showing “Consumer Laws of India in comparison to any one of the given countries (USA, Bangladesh and Australia)”. A comparative study of the consumer laws in the chosen countries was presented by the students through this activity.

The students presented their Newsletters explaining different consumer laws in different countries and brought out the best rules for the citizens of a country.

 

Name of the Activity                          : Mental Health Awareness

Day & Date                                            : 15th October,2022

Class                                                       : X & XII

Total no. of students participated : 240 (approx.)

Report - There was a workshop on Mental Health Awareness, for classes X & XII. The workshop was conducted by the school Counsellor Ms. Mitali Chatterjee.

STEP I: 

The Workshop started with a brain storming and interaction with the students. There was also a comparison of mental health status of children of various countries.

STEPII:

 The students expressed their problems related to mental health that they were facing in their day to day life and the way they are handling them.

STEPIII:

They wrote slogans on the way they are handling their mental health issues.

 

Name of the Activity: COLOUR POP

Day & Date: Wednesday, 20th July 2022

Participating Classes: Pre School & Pre Primary

The IDS Activity Colour Pop was held on 20th July, 2022 for Pre School and Pre Primary students. The students had participated with great enthusiasm while colouring different food items of the countries Egypt, Italy, New Zealand, Nepal, Bhutan and India. The students were made aware about various food of different countries. They developed aesthetic skills and gained knowledge about it.

Outstanding Performers

S.No.Name of the StudentClass/Section
1Devaansh SatyawaliPre School G
2Aaira JainPre School A
3JayanshPre School G
4ShivanshiPre School B
5Amishi JainPre Primary E
6Paarush AggarwalPre Primary E
7Aadya GuptaPre Primary F
8Pranshi GuptaPre Primary G

 

IDS ACTIVITY

Name of the Activity: DRESS ME UP

Day & Date: Wednesday,11th May 2022

Participating Classes: Pre School & Pre Primary

The IDS Activity Dress Me Up was held on 11th May, 2022 for Pre School and Pre Primary students. The students had participated with great enthusiasm and dressed up as an aquatic animals of the countries Australia, Iceland, USA and India. They spoke about the aquatic animals and shared some important facts about them. This activity was informative and enriched the knowledge of students about the various aquatic animals. They were very excited to dress up as aquatic animals.

Outstanding Performers

S.No.Name of the StudentClass/Section
1Jayansh MehndrittaPre School G
2Devansh SatyawaliPre School G
3Vanya GuptaPre School F
4Inaya DhingraPre School D
5Armaan BothraPre Primary G
6Khushi PatelPre Primary F
7Yugan SrivastavaPre Primary A
8Pranshi GuptaPre Primary G

 

NAME OF ACTIVITY: Video Conferencing

DAY & DATE: Wednesday, 03rd August 2022

Generation Global had arranged a VC on ‘CIVIC PARTICIPATION’ where students from India and Indonesia came together to hold a discussion on the same.

Students of Bal Bharati Public School, Brij Vihar, participated in the Video Conference with the students of MAN 2 Padang School, Indonesia through the same platform.

 

The students participated enthusiastically in the VC and were very confident and rational in presenting their perspectives and notions on how civic participation is important for building a better society and how can we contribute to the same at individual and community level. They all pledged for making the society filled with sophisticated and responsible individuals.

 

The conference concluded with everyone thanking each other and bidding goodbye.

 

IDS -ACTIVITY

Name of the Activity                        : FANCY DRESS

Day & Date                                        : FRIDAY, 22/4/2022

Class                                                   : IV& V

Total no. of students participated   : 140

 

Report – The students came dressed as animals/trees of different countries like India, Australia, Africa, Antarctica and Bangladesh. Each spoke about the different ways in which pollution has affected them. They appealed to mankind to save them by not polluting the Earth. Else, the day is not far when both animals and trees will become extinct . This will make the environment of Earth toxic and lead to ecological threats.

 

Students learnt–The students learnt that to save Earth it is important that we have to save animals and to stop deforestation. Both animals and trees help to maintain an ecological balance on Earth. They are the backbone of the health of an ecosystem.

 

Teacher Coordinators

Monica Saxena

Twinkle Chopra

IDS-ACTIVITY

 

Name of the Activity                              : Sustainable Development Goals

Day & Date                                             : MONDAY, 11th APRIL 2022

Class                                                        : VI-VIII

Total no. of students participated         : 600

 

The IDS Activity “Sustainable Development Goals” was held for the students of classes VI-VIII. The students solved an online jig-saw puzzle and were guided to write and speak about any one of the sustainable goals. The students delved into the areas like Climate Action, Gender Equality and Clean Water and Sanitization. They shared views about their understanding of the goal, plans for achieving the goal and the results after achieving that goal. The students participated with great zeal. This project gave an opportunity to students to reiterate the need of these sustainable goals on an immediate basis.

 

RESULT:

 

NAME OF THE STUDENTSCLASS & SEC.
  1. MEHRABB SINGH
  2. MEDHANSH KUKAR
  3. NABH KHARBANDA
  4. NEER KHARBANDA
  5. PRIYANSHI KHANNA

 

VI D
  1. SHRIYA JAIN
  2. SHIVANK
  3. SHIKSHITA
  4. SHAURYA
  5. SARANSH

 

VII A
  1. SARVYASHA JAIN
  2. PRERNA NITHANI
  3. SARANAG GANDHARV
  4. SHAILJA SHARMA
  5. SHANAYA JAIN

 

VIII E

 

 

 

  • The activity aided the students to create awareness amongst themselves regarding the current scenario of the world and its needs.

 

  • Another most important benefit was that there was greater collaboration among the students of a group.

 

  • It increased communication thereby making each student walk in sync.

 

 

IDS ACTIVITY

 

Name of the Activity                          : CLEAN RIVER PROJECT

Day & Date                                        : 23rd -25th January 2022

Class                                                   : IX and XI

Total no. of students participated     : 312

 

Report -

This activity emphasized the importance of rivers & need to keep them clean. This activity helped the children understand the various ways of reducing pollution, reusing & recycling waste water. It instilled in them a sense of teamwork and leadership qualities.

 

NAME OF THE STUDENTSCLASS & SEC.CREATIVITY

& INNOVATION

PRESENTATION & TEAM WORKCRITICAL THINKINGINTERNATIONAL DIMENSIONSKILLS AND COMPETENCY
Prannay K JainIXC55555
Madhav GuptaIXC55555
Akshita BansalIXC55555
Aranav BishtIXC55555
Anandita UpmanyuIXC55555
Parth MehraIXC55555

 

Result

  

NAME OF THE STUDENTSCLASS & SEC.CREATIVITY

& INNOVATION

PRESENTATION & TEAM WORKCRITICAL THINKINGINTERNATIONAL DIMENSIONSKILLS AND COMPETENCY
Yuvika JainXI-A55555
Sonang SinghXI-A55555
Yatharth SachdevaXI-A55555
Garima SharmaXI-A55555
Sahal KumarXI-A55555
Tannisha GuptaXI-A55555
Manasvi ChaudharyXI-A55555

 IDS ACTIVITY

 

Name of the Activity                           : GLOBAL FESTIVITY

Day&Date                                             : Saturday, 11th DECEMBER 2021 

Class                                                      : III

Total no of students participated       : 70

 

 Report–

   The students were asked to select one out of four given options namely

  1. La Tomatina (Spain)
  2. Holi (India and Nepal)
  3. Carnival of Venice (Italy)
  4. Songkran Water Festival (Thailand)

Each student developed a greeting card with message of good wishes as applicable to the selected global festival. They dressed up accordingly and sent their pictures/videos displaying their greeting cards. They participated with full enthusiasm.

 

Learning–

  • The students got to know the main international festivals, and the manner in which those are organized in the concerned countries.
  • They learnt the value of peace and happiness during these festivities.

IDS-ACTIVITY

 

Name of the Activity                        : Global Festivity

Day & Date                                       : Saturday; 11th December 2021

Class                                                   : Class IV

Total no. of students participated   : 110

 

Report –

To emphasize the importance of celebrating festivals an activity on ‘Global Festivity’ was organized for students of class IV. The theme of the activity was celebration of global festivals like La Tomatina. Holi etc. The students presented a greeting card conveying wishesfor a global festival. They shared the greeting card using digital media.

 

Students learnt –

  • The importance of celebrating festivals.
  • To innovate and create informative and creative content as they researched about the topics and converted it into an audio-visual content.

 

IDS-ACTIVITY

 

Name of the Activity                              : Sustainable Development Goals

Day & Date                                             : Friday – Sunday & 26th  - 28th November ’21

Class                                                        : VI-VIII

Total no. of students participated         : 500

 

The IDS Activity “Sustainable Development Goals” was held for the students of classes VI-VIII. The students were guided to research on the allotted sustainable goals. The students delved into the areas like Climate Action, Gender Equality and Clean Water and Sanitization. They also investigated the problems concerning these areas, latest updates and their impact in the near future. The students participated with great zeal. This project gave an opportunity to students to reiterate the need of these sustainable goals on an immediate basis and gather pictures and news articles for the project. The students exquisitely prepared Digital Wall Magazines and presented it in the form of PDF.

 

RESULT:

 

NAME OF THE STUDENTSCLASS & SEC.
  1. Pankhuri Saxena
  2. Payas Sharma
  3. Peehu Jain
  4. Rishit Jain
  5.  Rishita Samtani
  6. Saanchi Sethi
VI D
  1. Priyal Jain
  2. Priyansh Malik
  3. Ramneek Kaur
  4. Rianna Gupta
  5. Raunak Kapoor
VII B
  1. Dushyant Aggarwal
  2. Gaurangi Varshney
  3. Hardik Sharma
  4. Ishan Sati
  5. Ishan Goel
VIII D

 

 

 

IDS-ACTIVITY

 

Name of the Activity                       : PROTECTING ENVIRONMENT

Day & Date                                      :  Saturday & 27th November 2021

Class                                                 :  II

Total no. of students participated  : 106

 

Report – An Activity on ‘Protecting Environment’ was organized for the students of class II. The theme of the activity was ‘Tree Plantation’. The students presented the collage of the pictures of different types of plants and explained the benefits of tree plantation and ways to save our environment.

 

Students learnt –

  • The importance of protecting our environment and tree plantation.
  • To innovate and create informative content on the virtual platform as they experimented with a variety of methods to convert their research into an audio-visual content.

 

 

ISA-ACTIVITY

Name of the Activity                       : PROTECTING ENVIRONMENT

Day & Date                                       : 27th NOVEMBER 2021

Class                                                  :  III

Total no. of students participated  : 116

 

Report –

To emphasize the importance of protecting our environment an activity on ‘Protecting Environment’ was organized for students of class III. The theme of the activity was tree plantation. The students presented the collage of the pictures of different types of plants and talked about multiple benefits of planting trees and ways to save our environment.

 

Students learnt –

  • The importance of tree plantation.
  • To innovate and create informative content on the virtual platform as they experimented with a variety of methods to convert their research into an audio-visual content.

 

 

Delhi, the capital city of India is thriving with ancient, medieval as well as modern architecture. Being a city of utmost historical importance in the country, and centre of cultural amalgamation, it has a number of sites dedicated to many faiths and religions. A visit to the city is not complete without heading towards at least four of the mentioned places. To make the students aware about these places a Virtual trip to religious places, an IDS ACTIVITY was scheduled on 8th November 2021 for Pre Primary students.

Akshardham Temple holds the record for being the largest Hindu temple in the world. The temple complex is a gigantic space where one can find a spiritual abode among nature and divinity. Anyone who is interested in art and architecture will love to marvel at the sculpted stone figures, carved pillars, and the exquisite garden of the temple. Students could take a virtual tour through these marvellous sculptures online while them staying indoors. Jama Masjid is one of the biggest mosques in India. The structure holds insurmountable significance for the Muslim community in the country as it is not just a place for congregation and praying, but also the epicentre of all clerical activities of the community. Students were excited to know about the mosque and enjoyed taking its tour virtually. A church is central to the Christian faith, and it is where the community comes together to worship and praise God. The students virtually visited one of the oldest church. It is the place of worship for all Christians where the community gathers, where works of charity are carried out and its a place of healing. A visit to Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is an unforgettable experience for you and your family ever This is one of the famous place of worship in Delhi which is situated in the heart of the city. The students were mesmerized to take a virtual tour of it and could get an insight of the religious place of Sikh community.

The students enjoyed the virtual tour and learnt about the various traditions followed here along with the inside view of it. They were enthusiastic and gained knowledge about the spiritual significance of each place. They understood ‘God is one’ and they should always be united. They coloured a worksheet of the religious symbol of Hinduism, Islam, Sikhism and Christianity and some of the students were outstanding.

OUTSTANDING PERFORMERS

Radhya Sharma PPA

Viraj Verma PPB

Shivay Garg PPD

Samaira PPE

Achintya Kapoor PSG

 

 

IDS-ACTIVITY

Name of the Activity                              : CELEBRATING HUMANITY

Day & Date                                             : 10.09.21 - 12.09.21 & Friday-Sunday

Class                                                        : VI-VIII

Total no. of students participated         : 60

 

The IDS Activity- Celebrating Humanity was held for the students of classes VI-VIII. The students were made to virtually visit Old Age Home -Shashiraj Foundation. 

The resource person, Mr. Shivdhar, from the old-age home gave a virtual tour to the students and showed them different places for relaxing, i.e., Common room where they had television, small open sitting area where they enjoyed their tea and shared gossips of the evening and a small park which is used for celebrating festivals, birthdays and different functions. In addition to this, they also had medical services room, kitchen and laundry room.

After the home tour, the students got a chance to talk to one of the residents, Mrs. Sunita, who was a banker before retirement as there was nobody to look after her. She interacted with students and told them about her routine and also answered many of their questions. 

This visit gave an opportunity to the students to witness and realize the importance of family and how important it is to love, share and care. The students prepared greeting cards, wrote messages to make people aware about the importance of sharing and caring. 

Learning Outcomes:

The students learnt :

  • the importance of love, share and care.
  • the concept of ‘vasudev-kutumbhkam’.
  • to aware people about helping people around them.

 

INTERNATIONAL DIMENSION FOR SCHOOL(IDS)

ACTIVITY (2021-22)

Theme:           Workshop on Stress Management 

Name of the activity: Coping with Stress (During exams)

Date: 21st August 2021

Name of Teacher:  Mitali Chatterjee (Coordinator)

         

Participating Classes: X & XII

Venue:   Virtual Classroom (Online)

Report:

Students of class X & XII often find it difficult to cope up with stress during examination. In order to improve their Learning styles and memory power, a workshop was conducted by the school Counselor Mitali Chatterjee, on 21st August 2021.

During the workshop Coping strategies with their examination phobia and disinterest towards studies were discussed.

The students were told about how to use various strategies to improve their Learning styles and memory power like: 

  • Association Techniques
  • Visualization.
  • Learning Styles.
  • Sleep Management
  • Scanning Technique etc.
  • How to improve long term memory by activating right brain.
  • How to use these various Stress Management Techniques in order to improve their study skills during exams?

 

International Dimension
International Dimension

Name of the Activity: COVID SAFETY RULES

Date: 26th August, 2021 and 1st September,2021

Class- Pre School & Pre Primary

Venue: Virtual Classroom

The International Dimension in Schools (IDS activity) “Covid safety rules” for Pre-School and Pre- Primary had been scheduled on 26st August, 2021 and 1st September, 2021 respectively. To encourage students to get into the practice of regularly washing their hands and/or applying hand sanitizers at key moments such as entering and leaving the classroom, touching surfaces learning materials and after using a tissue to blow their nose. Students should always cough or sneeze into their elbow. To ensure students stay healthy the teachers has made them aware about the rules through class discussion and videos.

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE ACTIVITY

  • The students of Pre School and Pre Primary enjoyed watching the videos and discussed about the Covid safety rules.
  • Following are the videos shown to kids for raising awareness

https://youtu.be/gxwslU2eGH0

  • Students had also made a mask by paper folding and enjoyed doing the activity.

Steps of making the paper mask was shown with the help of the video link given below:

https://youtu.be/e_0Z6SmVoO0

LEARNING OUTCOME

  • Students learnt about the safety rules to be followed for prevention from getting infected from the deadly disease of Corona.
  • They developed the habit of wearing mask and using sanitizer or handwash often.
  • They also learned to follow the social distancing norms.

 

 

 

 

Name of the Activity: GREETINGS OF ORIENTAL COUNTRIES

Day & Date: Wednesday, 28th July 2021

Class: Pre School & Pre Primary

The International Dimension in Schools (IDS activity) “Greeting style of Oriental countries” for Pre-School and Pre Primary has been scheduled on 28th July, 2021

Greeting people in their own language displays respect and an interest in the local. For example, the easiest way to say hello in Japan is with the standard greeting of konnichiwa (pronounced "kone-nee-chee-wah"). Shaking hands isn't always an option in Japan, although your hosts will probably attempt to make you feel more comfortable and extend their hand to you. The easiest way to say hello in China is with ni hao (pronounced “nee haow”). Anyong haseyo (pronounced "ahn-yo ha-say-yoh") is the most basic way to say hello in Korea.

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE ACTIVITY

The students of Pre School and Pre Primary showcased the way of greeting of the Oriental countries like China/Japan/ India (any one)

Students had spoken a line or two about the greeting of the country selected during online session. Students had worn the traditional outfit of the country chosen.

LEARNING OUTCOME

  • Students learnt about the names and greetings of the oriental countries
  • They developed respect towards other countries
  • They also became aware about the traditional costumes of the countries

 

 

 

 

Name of the Activity                              : HAPPINESS INFINITE

Day & Date                                                : 24th-26th July ’21 & Saturday-Monday

Class                                                            : VI-VIII

Total no. of students participated         : 600

 

The IDS Activity-Happiness Infinite was held for the students of classes VI-VIII. The students were guided to research on the Happiness Index of India and compare it with Finland, Nepal and Bhutan. The students delved into the areas like mental wellbeing, emotional quotient, life style, population, social structure etc. of these nations. They also investigated on the effect of pandemic on Happiness Index of the above-mentioned countries. The students participated with great enthusiasm. This project gave an opportunity to students to recall the happy moments they had created with their families and loved ones during pandemic and lockdown time and gather the pictures for the project. The students exquisitely prepared Flip Book and presented it in the form of PDF.

 

OUTSTANDING PERFORMERS

 

NAME OF THE STUDENTSCLASS&SEC.
Aarna Saxena6E
Aanvi Verma6E
Aanya Rawal6E
Aarav Bhatia6E
Aarika Budhiraja6E

 

 

NAME OF THE STUDENTSCLASS&SEC.
Arihant Bothra7D
Avika Maheshwari7D
Avni Sharma7D
Bhuvika Dhawan7D
Dhwani Arora7D

 

 

 

NAME OF THE STUDENTSCLASS&SEC.
JIGISHA GOYAL8D
ISHAN GOEL8D
KABIR MOHAPATRA8D
KRISHA VIG8D
KRISHIV TANDON8D

 

 

The activity aided students to reflect back on the idea of healthy mental and emotional state one needs to keep for leading a happy and contented life.

Date of video conference: 22 April 2021
Topic: Hate Speech

Participating Schools:

  • Bal Bharati Public School, Brij Vihar, Ghaziabad (India)
  • PrepaTec Campus Ciudad de México (Mexico)T

Students started talking about Hate speech, their personal experiences, their point of view, and how they feel about it. Then they start discussing, what can they do to stop, can a small kid be a be bully, how can they stop online hate speech, and what kind of hate speech they think is most common. Students answered that kids can learn hate speech from their parents and it is a way to get back when they get hurt. Some spoke about body shaming as the most common of gate speech because teenagers when they are growing they develop and change and some can be victims of hate speech. ****Evidence beginning of Dialogue: students articulated themselves well and confidently, they build a dialogue thread by answering each other and move on smoothly

It was a very healthy and enjoyable experience.

 

Date of video conference: 21 April 2021
Time (IST): 16:00

Module: The Rights of Girls and Women

Participating Schools:

  • Center for Positive Futures (Philippines)
  • Bal Bharati Public School, Brij Vihar, Ghaziabad (India)

 

Students opened the dialogue by responding to the question about opportunities and barriers for women and girls in their communities. Students touched upon different themes on this topic – child marriage, sexual harassment & assault on women, discrimination in the workplace, impact of the pandemic, gender inequality, and safety concerns for women. Students then came forward to ask questions on how we can end harassment, what advice should we give young girls, and nature of measures which governments can take. Many valuable suggestions were shared by students especially around the need for spreading awareness and for girls & women to speak up, educating both boys and girls from a young age about prejudices and good conduct, and seeking help from parents and family. This is possible only when there is a comfortable environment at home and in the community for women to voice their concerns and issues. The discussion closed with students agreeing that it is more important to ta lk about gender equality i.e. equal rights for all instead of prioritising one gender’s rights over another.

Students were able to share their perspectives, experiences, and feelings with confidence and authenticity in a clear and concise manner • Students referenced what they have heard from others in the dialogue. For example, Carlos and Anushka added to Abhishek’s point on treating everyone equally i.e. uplifting both genders • Students were able to identify a common thread that despite their young age they are able to think critically about such an important issue and that they all want to work towards the same thing to prevent and end discrimination and harassment against women.

 

11 Students of classes 11 & 12 participated in it.

Overall it was a very fruitful Video Conference.

 

Name of the Activity : POSTER MAKING

Day & Date : WEDNESDAY 14TH APRIL 2021

Class : IV

Total no. of students participated : 172

Report –

I.D.S activity ‘POSTER MAKING’ was held on Wednesday 14th April 2021 for class IVth . Students took part very actively. Children collected information about the Junk food and healthy food through internet and their health and hygiene teacher. They used beautiful captions like ‘East or west home food is best’, ‘Bunk the junk’ etc. They prepared well designed posters. Students displayed the best of their creative and imaginative skills.

 

Students learnt – How to gather information about Junk food, health and hygiene.

Attitude-Inculcated values of healthy lifestyle.

IDS –ACTIVITY

 

Name of the Activity: PLAYING OUTDOOR—PROJECT ON POPULAR GAMES PLAYED IN DIFFERENT COUNTRIES 

 

Day & Date :  SATURDAY, 22nd  MAY 2021

Classes : IX th & XI th  

Details: 

Sports is considered as the rebirth of a nation and helps to promote mutual understanding between nations. Games are also ways of learning important values and life skills, including self-confidence, team work, communication, inclusion, discipline, respect and fair play. Keeping in line with the same belief, IDS activity was conducted to convey a message to our students that the beauty of sports is in the fact that it brings us together, regardless of where we live. 

 

During these difficult and uncertain times of the coronavirus pandemic, students participated in an activity pertaining to the popular games played in different countries. In this project, they included games like football, cricket, basketball & gymnastics and even swimming. This activity helped the children in developing interpersonal skills and make new relationships. Their self-esteem and confidence increased and they showed great maturity as they learned to cope with new situations. They learnt to communicate effectively and collaborate on projects. The students created Powerpoint presentations,which included history of the game, rules and regulations, organization details, famous personalities as well as tournaments. 

 

The students got to learn:

 

  1. Social skills- By indulging into conversations with their peers that share the same interests. These social skills will also encourage the children to be more engaging and confident. 

 

  1. Teamwork- The activity required the students to plan and coordinate while working towards the same goal. These same skills. Learning how to work well with others is hugely beneficial for a student’s academic experience and beyond. 

 

  1. Increased knowledge- Making the presentations that covered all aspects of a particular activity helped the students in increasing their knowledge as well as that of their peers. This will help them in developing interest in different kinds of sports, enabling them to take the initiative and participate in the same. 

 

  1. Importance of patience and hard work- This activity served the purpose of displaying how hard work pays off when it comes to sports. Perseverance and patience are skills that are required throughout a person’s life and this way students learnt the benefits of working hard to achieve their goals. 
International Dimension
International Dimension

IDS-ACTIVITY

Name of the Activity : Poster Making - 'Say No To Junk Food'

Day & Date : Wednesday 14th April 2021 

Class : V

Total no. of students participated : 167

Report -IDS online Poster Making activity 'Say No To Junk Food' was held on Wednesday 14th April 2021 for class V. Students took part very actively. Children used all means of information like internet, Pinterest app, their creativity and imagination, present scenario of pandemic where it is upper most priority to keep the body healthy. Children prepared well presented and informative posters on 'Say no to junk food'

Students learnt - 

Knowledge

  1. Gain and gather information about healthy food.
  2. How to make poster.

Skill

  • Creativity
  • Innovation
  • Presentation

 Attitude

Acceptance for healthy and fresh food.

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International Dimension
International Dimension

 

INTRODUCTION TO ISA

In our strive to recognize the International Dimensions in the School Curriculum and to provide holistic development to the students, we incorporate a host of International Educational Exchange Programmes and Activities in our School Planner. These programmes not only aim at providing exposure to the students but also help them in becoming globally competent. These activities generate independent learning opportunities and possibilities for the students and make them more aware.

These activities and programmes act as a hub for the acceptance of varied mindsets and ideologies. They develop and propagate the concept of unanimity and uniqueness simultaneously and the world as a Global Family.

Learning Outcomes:

  • To make the students globally aware and competent.
  • To sensitize the students in realization and appreciation of their role in Global Society
  • To encourage and prepare them for their active participation in such educational programmes.
  • To instill attributes of decision making, social thinking and belongingness, team work and acknowledging others’ talent.
  • To befriend the students with the aspects of today’s society and its different facets VIZ, Environment Protection and Preservation ,Human Values, Technology and social Responsibility.

Face to Faith

Face to Faith is an online Interfaith project wherein students enjoy and learn to accept broad minded approach from others, that destines to Global Acceptance and Tolerance. Our School involves the students in Video Conferences, International Interactions, Cross Faith Discussions, Blogs and Exchange Programmes, to prepare them holistically and make them ready for future . Our School has been already accoladed with Face to Faith Outstanding award for its excellent contribution to the community.