Ah! The next semester has finally arrived. After a long winter break, the time has come to study, to examine new concepts, to tackle obstacles like online learning, and find solutions to make our lessons fruitful. In our Band 4 Physics classes, we had a delightful discussion on our new unit “Waves”. During this week, we learnt about the concepts of Oscillations and Simple Harmonic Motion. Notably, a … Continue reading A Not So Simple Harmonic Motion Lesson
I do not think a lesson interpretation has ever started like this and I doubt it ever will, but I joined class a few minutes late (internet problems, honest). Thankfully, nothing had developed into substance, and we were just starting off. Ms. Deepika, our Wellbeing teacher for the day began the class by sending a PadLet link. However, in Ms. Deepika’s truest sense, she fuelled the ominous tone … Continue reading On Understanding Strengths and Using them!
We began Week B with chemistry and are ending it with chemistry. Therefore, how well these classes go truly define how the rest of my week goes! The first day of school after the winter break, we began the latest unit: Energetics. However, having my classes with Ms. Anuja, like usual we did not dive headfirst, rather began with a trip to small niceties. She … Continue reading No Energy to Start Energetics!
Emergent Entrepreneurs at Glen-Con Glendale Academy is a prestigious institution in Hyderabad that recently started a Glen conference in which they were eleven events: Pitch your Plan, Adzap, Ninety Seconds to Frame, Theory to Tangible, jingle all the Way, Science on Stage, Digital Art, Life on Focus, Real to Reel, Fashion Fiesta, and Mélange. Three … Continue reading Glendale Conference
Pathways School Gurgaon celebrated India’s 73rd Republic Day, virtually by showcasing the country’s rich cultural heritage and valour through a whole-school assembly conducted live on Microsoft Teams. In his address, Capt. Bajaj wished everyone and spoke about the values of a soldier, motivating students to feel grateful for the heroes of our nation. Sir’s address was … Continue reading Republic Day Assembly
Saanvi’s project ‘Green Paths’ aims to remove the concrete around trees. She has created a student volunteer army and met the Commissioner of South Delhi Municipal Corporation, who welcomed her initiative and assured her of action. She was recognized for her efforts and also covered by the Times of India and other key news outlets. … Continue reading GREEN PATHS – Initiative by Saanvi Sehgal
Our school’s Art Club is a place of creativity and wonder. A platform where everyone can express their artistic self in a non-judgmental and encouraging way. For some, it’s a way of expressing their emotions. For others, it’s a laboratory for experimenting with the sensory joys of creating art. For me, the art club is … Continue reading Recreating Classics in the Art Club
Capt. Rohit Sen Bajaj 2020 was a year unlike any we have experienced before … until 2021. We have witnessed the “hoaxification” of the COVID-19 pandemic, massive civic unrest in response to long-tolerated systemic racism and injustice, continued denial of climate change in spite of an increasingly inhospitable natural environment. At the root of these … Continue reading Tomorrow is now – Why it is important to Push International Curriculum in India
On Friday, the 12th of April 2019, thirty MYP students from grades 7, 8 and 9 attended an Environment March protest located at the Ministry of Forest, Environment and Climate Change, Jorbagh. The protest was a collaborative by several schools across the NCR. I had the opportunity to attend the March as well. We initiated … Continue reading Global School Strike for Climate Change
I am happy to be ‘me’ From a MYP-5 student… One more from MYP-5 student… Why am I ‘me’ Because I was made like that! Your gaze breaks ‘me’ down Makes ‘me’ frown Not only gives ‘me’ a meltdown, But also makes ‘me’ drown Surprisingly, I still wake up every morning with … Continue reading Poem Of The Day – I am ‘me’