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Bangalore
Sunday, May 26, 2019
On the 29th of January, the Grade 6 students set out for Gujarat. This was a trip to show us urbanisation in the states of India. The state of Gujarat also has a great history that has layers of empires and civilizations under it. Walking through the streets of the...
It was a day away from the humdrum of the city. Our hike in Horagina Betta, which stands at 1,440 m above sea level, began at about 9:00 am. We could see a myriad of expressions on the faces of our preadolescents. Some were curious, some intimidated and some...
I was very excited! On 18th January we were going to Lepakshi for a field trip. I went to school with my friend Ishi. When I entered school, ‘Hello!’ I shouted to my friends! We were standing in a line so Miss could choose partners for us. Miss chose...
Tenacity The trek was gruelling and the cave, treacherous. We trekked and climbed for hours together. Even though my legs groaned and begged for rest repeatedly, I paid them no heed, for I had set my mind on a destination, which I was going to reach no matter what. Not...
The Grade 7 trip to the Vishveshwaraya Museum was a unique experience that helped me learn and understand science through games. With a visit to the Technology Room, Biotechnological Room, Space Room and Engine Hall, we learnt about how silicon chips are made and what are the different types of...

Knowing our city

As a culmination of unit 3, students went on a field trip to various parts of Bangalore including, - Lalbagh Rock, Bugle Rock, Bull Temple, Gavi Gangadareshwara Temple, Kempegowda Tower, Kempambudhi Lake. The field trip commenced at Lalbagh where the students visited the rock and found out about one of...
On 28th November, students of grade 5 attended an expert talk by Ms. Rasil Ahuja on being good readers and writers. She claimed that only good readers make good writers. A few of the students said that they don’t have much interest in reading. However, Ms. Ahuja suggested that perhaps they haven’t yet...

Amazing Aurangabad

Have you ever been curious about the diversity and culture India has to offer ? Have you ever wondered about the beliefs and rules that made up the religions ? Well, there is no better place to understand this than Aurangabad and Mumbai . From exploring dark passage ways...

Ladakh

In the north of India, surrounded by hills lies the mysterious land of Ladakh. As I started to investigate the mysteries that surround it, I witnessed the rivers of philosophy, religion and science merge to form one entity that explains the unknown. Reading Tagore's Sadhana was one thing, but...
This year, I attended the Harvard Model United Nations India 2018 as a part of the Neev Academy Delegation. And believe me when I say that it was one of the most enriching experiences I have ever had. I learnt a lot about not only MUN, but also myself....