Tuesday, 8 July 2014

GOING BEYOND BOUNDARIES…

CROSS CULTURE PROGRAMME.(Europe meets India) -EUMIND



With an aim to stimulate the life-long development of amicable relationships,  effective  communication,  co-operation & leadership skills children were given an experience of their lives when they met Mr.Joseph kapalu (International Coordinator –Eumind ) and Ms. Reetu Dewar (Coordinator Bal Bharti School, Pusa Road. The aim of this visit was to get to know the Indian School system.Our foreign guest addressed the exciting audience with his gracious words and talked about his close bonding with India.Thereafter  an interactive session was conducted in the school Auditorium with school achievers of session 2013-14 and untangled their querries exquisitely.The session was successful  in helping children to understand the need to develop the skills they need to become informed, responsible & active global citizens & make a difference in their communities and the World. He was overwhelmed by the motivation of the students and the enthusiasm of the teachers.learners gained a fresh perspective on a foreign culture. Ms. Reetu also discussed about the wonderful journey her students experienced by means of  this programme. The school Principal threw light on the purpose behind such programmes which is to give exposure to children not only beyond school but beyond Delhi and India as well.


Thursday, 3 July 2014

CULTURAL EXCHANGE FROM INDIA TO SINGAPORE 2014


MAPS TO BEDOK NORTH SECONDARY SCHOOL

The educational trip to Singapore along with teacher guides- Mrs Jyoti Aggarwal, Mrs Rita Ratna and Mr Gautam (Scouts & Guide Teacher)- proved to be an enriching experience. The cross cultural exchange with ‘Bedok North Secondary School’, resonates our School’s vision and mission of nurturing young minds to grow into globally sensitive citizens. The students’ interaction with the Vice Principal and the students of the school added a new dimension to the students’ ideals and perceptions.  The visit to Singapore city, Sentosa Island, Universal Studios, Garden by the Bay and the  Night Safari was loads of fun, refreshing and enlightening while the trip to the Singapore Science Centre left the students awe-struck at the wonders of science. The students returned rejuvenated from this pleasurable educational trip. Undoubtedly, the cross cultural exchange engendered in our students a global outlook and an appreciation of diversity which would have a life long impact. 


                         
              









BEDOK NORTH SECONDARY SCHOOL SINGAPORE