23.2 C
Bengaluru
Monday, September 21, 2020
The road snaked around the mountains, stretching endlessly as we zipped across. I opened the car window, and as I was greeted by a rush of cool air, my gaze drifted from the dark hills surrounding me, to the sky. It was a thick, black blanket dotted with bright...
Walking through the castle felt like being enveloped by a part of history itself. Where everyone saw old, eroded bricks, empty gardens, and ancient rooms, I saw so much. I saw the local artisans who lovingly designed the soft, yet firm floor, and painted the beautiful designs with loads...
Grade 4 recently enjoyed a study trip to Hampi, once the capital of the Vijayanagara empire. Archeologists are striving to rebuild Hampi to what it was back then. At the Hampi Archeological museum at Kamalapura. we saw a 3D physical map of ancient Hampi and also sculptures of kings,...
Reluctance was my first response to the trip. I know, having preconceived notions isn’t the best thing, but hey, instincts arise involuntarily and I had no control over my response. And what did not help was, the teachers starting to speak about expectations, discipline, readings, dossiers and reflections...Enthralling right?...

System speaks

As part of inquiring into the unit "How we organise ourselves", Grade 3 students visited Tzed (Zero Energy Development) homes to identify the needs and systems in a community, understand the services offered by the systems and the need for these systems. Students also analysed the interdependence of systems...

Gallery walk

The purpose of our visit to NGMA and Chitrakala Parishat was to experience artworks from great Indian artists. It was also to understand how these artists communicated their subject matter. We observed various artworks and tried to interpret and then analyze them. The arts were curated surrounding the theme...

Julley Ladakh!

Sitting bored in an empty hotel room, I stared outside the window. An array of snow-peaked mountains presented themselves before me. Feasting my eyes on such a beautiful sight, I was oddly filled with despair rather than awe. Gazing at this natural wonder, I imagined myself trekking amongst the ferns, the...
On March 4th, we had a field trip. Teachers said that we were going to the spinning wheel. It was time to go and Miss gave us bands so that if we got lost, people could take us back home. Miss gave us biscuits in the bus, so that...
It was something every student waits for, an outstation trip, away from parents and the daily schedule! And our time was here. Students of Grade 5 went to Delhi and Agra on a field trip for six whole days. To inquire deeper into the causes and impacts of migration was...

Trip to Bylakuppe

The students of Grade 5 recently went on a field trip to Bylakuppe, which is a small town with a settlement of Tibetan refugees. The purpose of the trip was to learn about migration and its influence. It was a five-hour drive from our school and the students were...