The British Council International School Award (ISA) is a leadership challenge which fosters team building, innovation, and project management. It has a positive impact on not just the students, but also the teachers and school in entirety as it enriches teaching and learning through activities and projects of international dimension steering them to become global citizens schools. Thus it celebrates exemplary practices of internationalism in schools.
This year we have partnered with Lyceum No 2 a school in Cheboksary Russia.We are exchanging emails with students and including their dance and culture as part of the activities.
Read More About Lyceum No2
Lyceum No 2 is a versatile lyceum that provides training in four areas ,Engineering; Economic; Biological and medical; Legal.
THE MISSION OF THE SCHOOL : is to create conditions that ensure the development of individual abilities of each student, psychological comfort and high creative spirit for all activities.
The PHILOSOPHY OF THE SCHOOL is "education for life". The teacher coordinator for this school is Ms Olga.Dmetrieva.
Children from various classes will be participating in seven projects, out of which three are in collaboration with our partner school (Lyceum No 2 ) and the other four are in-school projects. Ms Vinita Chauhan is the school coordinator for the ISA programme.
Activities for the month of October 2018
Flags of Asia displayed by the students of class VI and VII
Activities for the month of September 2018
Final round of the quiz competition based on Indian and Russian sports
Children sat in their respective groups to participate in the quiz. Apart from the normal question round, there was a Visual, Buzzer and Puzzle solving round too.
Children prepared PPTs on the Indian and Russian games. They then presented the PPts in the class
Activities for the month of August 2018
Activity - Sporting Nations
Participating classes: VIII, IX and X
Teacher In charge-Ms. Priyanka
Children doing a research in the ICT Lab for the Russian and Indian Sports- Ice Hockey and Gymnastic, Kabbadi and Wrestling respectively
Activities for the month of July 2018
Activity- Care for Stray Animals
Students wrote slogans in Hindi on the placards. They marched to promote compassion for stray animals
Topic: Care for Stray Animals
Participating Classes: VI, VII and VII
Teacher In charge-Ms Rekha
Children tallying the data of the number of stray animals found in India, Russia and China
Children viewing and presenting the PPTs made by them on ,Efforts made by the government of India, China and Russia for the stray animals in their country
Children attended the guest lecture of Ms Nandini - An animal enthusiast
She addressed children’s queries related to stray animals
Indo-Russian Dances Competition (April - May 2018) Std. IX and X
Enactment done by the students of Grade III
Folktales (April-May 2018) - Ramp Walk
Enactment done by the students of Grade II and V
Grade II-B students Enacting an Arabian Folktale
Grade V Students Enacting Folktales of India, Russia, Japan and Arabia
Glimpses of April - May Projects
Activity : Traditional Dances of India and Russia
Classes IX and X
Coordinator: Ms Anupama Sehgal
Children researching on Tatar, Quadrille, Kathak and Bharatanatyam dances in the ICT Lab
Children grouping up to make posters of each dance
Attempting a worksheet based on Traditional Dances
Activity: Folktales -a Storehouse of Knowledge. Classes II,II,IV and V are participating. Ms Priti Bhambri is the coordinator.
Children viewing Arabian, Japanese, Russian and Indian stories in the ICT Lab
Children viewing stories in the class…..
Bloom gets International School Award(ISA) 2013-15
(The most accrediated award by The British Council