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Exchange Program

Working together reinforces the concept of school partnerships, bringing an international dimension to the heart of the curriculum. Our school is the proud recipient of International School Award now known as 'International Dimension in Schools' for the fourth consecutive time from 2020 to 2023.

 

KINDERGARTEN MEETS ST.PAUL'S SCHOOL BALTIMORE, USA - 8TH OCTOBER 2021

Videos were received from the partner school and shown and discussed with students. Students spoke about their family members and how they spend time with them. A discussion on celebrating festivals in a special way was also done. Students also shared their views on what makes them so unique and special. They wrote their names through a fingerprinting activity and also drew pictures of themselves as unique individuals. 

 

NURSERY EXCHANGE PROGRAMME WITH MANAV RACHNA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, GURGAON – 7TH OCTOBER 2021

The ice-breaking session was conducted through Google Meet with a ‘Rhyme Time’ where children from both schools recited rhymes on-farm animals and also spoke about their importance. The purpose of the activity was to develop a humane consciousness among the children about ‘Animals’ and ways to take care of them.

 

CLASS IV MEETS MANAV RACHNA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, GURGAON - 7TH OCTOBER 2021

Through an exchange of posters made by students on ‘Conserving and Respecting Mother Earth’ the students of both schools connected with a good cause.

 

BIRLA HIGH SCHOOL MEETS LITTLE CYPRESS INTERMEDIATE - 9TH SEPTEMBER 2021

The children of Class III and their partner school Little Cypress Intermediate began their exchange by doing worksheets on endangered animals. They focused on 5 unusual animals that are endangered, namely the lemur frog, the tree, kangaroo, the coconut crab, the axolotl, and the popa langur monkey. This was done to sensitize students about wildlife conservation.

The children met via the Google Meet platform. The students of Birla High School shared information about the Indian flag, the diet, and attire of people in the Southern states, information about West Bengal and Rajasthan, etc. It was a truly enriching experience for the students of both schools.

 

INDIA MEETS MALAYSIA - 10TH SEPTEMBER 2021

Students of Class I met SJKT SEAPORT Tamil Primary School, Malaysia. Students of both schools shared information about each other's culture, heritage, food, language, and festivals. They also went on a virtual trip around their schools. A quiz session on Kahoot was organized by our partner school which was enjoyed by all.

 

 

CLASS V - READY TO MEET PARTNER SCHOOLS.

In a bookmark-making activity - 'Love you Mother Earth', students made bookmarks as they promised to take care of Mother Earth. The collages were shared with both Campion International School, Siliguri and Shakespeare Primary School, UK. 

 

 SPECTACULAR PANORAMA : Special Assembly commemorating ‘World Mountains Day’

The students of Classes IV and V enjoyed researching on the topic ‘Mountains Matter for Youth’ after learning about the World Mountains Day, which is generally celebrated worldwide every year on the 11th of December. After a lot of research work on UAE, Egypt, India, UK and Brazil, students came up with a proposal of showcasing on the Andes Mountains in Brazil, Al Hajar Mountains in UAE, Mt. Sinai in Egypt, Ben Navis in UK and the Himalayas in India. With guidance from the teachers, students prepared dances, choral singing, placard demonstrations, a fashion show and a small skit based on the life and culture of these regions.

 

 

Tiny tots walk the ramp with pride and elegance….

To make learning more interesting, entertaining and enjoyable, a fashion show named 'The Jungle Jingle' was organized as a part of the school’s ISA activity where the students of Nursery enthusiastically walked the ramp, showcasing the national animals of different countries of the world.

 

 

Little hands at work -- creating MAGIC…

The 3 R’s: Re-cycle, Re-use and Re-create were the guiding forces for the young learners of Nursery and Kindergarten in organizing an ISA craft exhibition named 

'The Jungle Chimes'.  

 

Off to the Zoo…

To get a first-hand experience as well as making learning more joyful and meaningful for our young students of Kindergarten, this activity was organized as a part of the school’s ISA project tilted 'The Jungle Rhythm' which aimed at recognizing the national animals of various countries of the world related to their EVS lesson on 'Animal Kingdom'. 

 

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Students of Class I and II chose the topic 'Foods of Different Countries' and along with their teachers worked to the best of their ability to perform various activities. Please click on the given link to enjoy a few glimpses.

https://sites.google.com/birlahighschool.com/foodfiesta/home#h.hmacwxh8rz3

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Students ofClass III conducted their ISA Activity WE ARE ONE and their third activity was ‘CELEBRATION’. Nothing could dampen their spirits which is the true celebration of life.

The students learnt about Chinese New Year and enjoyed making a scrap book and doing craft work where they made dragons, lanterns and fans. They shared information about Bengali New Year with their friends in Spain, Indonesia, China and America. Ma’am Urifah (Indonesia) sent pictures of her pupils as they read and displayed the paragraph written by our pupils on Bengali New Year. Her students shared their experience of Eid celebration during the lockdown period in Indonesia. Students of Eire School of English shared their celebration of St. George’s Day (23rd April) in Aragon (a county in Spain). Children recently enjoyed celebrating Rath Yatra.

 

 

 

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The students of Class III along with their teacher Ms. Sneha Lawani had various skype sessions and interactive activities with students of 

  • Little Cypress Intermediate School, Texas 
  • Bertha Taylor Elementary School, California
  • Holy Child Boys' School, Dublin
  • CEIP Tomas de Iriate School, Spain

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