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INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AWARD 2014-15

BRITISH COUNCIL

We are pleased to inform you that we have been selected to participate in International School Award (ISA) 2014-15. This is organized by British Council every year. About 100 schools from the entire country apply for this and about 20-25 schools are selected to participate and compete with each other in this Project Based Learning Programme. ISA is a bench marking scheme that certifies the school as having an outstanding level of support for

  • Nurturing global citizenship in children
  • Embedding an international ethos in school
  • Involving every single child in a variety of activities of national and international nature
  • Collaborating curriculum based work with partner schools
  • Having year long programme of international activities
  • Giving hands on experience on use of ICT
  • Having creative and innovative pedagogical practices which are of global nature
  • Involving internationalism and enriching teaching and learning process

ISA helps in adding an International Dimension in the curriculum and for making Innovations in the classroom interaction and transactions.

We at Eicher School, Faridabad have always placed a lot of premium on Internationalism, Collaboration, Research and Innovation. We have constantly been making endeavours to improve and incorporate innovations in our classrooms for the entire teaching – learning process. Thus, being a part of the ISA journey, is a natural choice of our school.

ISA will open vistas for our students to gravitate towards an experiential learning which remains”value oriented”. It will give our students a global edge and perspective on planning, organization, delegation, team building, innovation and project management. We are already equipped with state-of-the-art computer labs, internet facilities etc, and the ISA will further improve the ability and skill of our students in research work, social outreach and community building.

For this students will be working on seven projects which have been allocated classwise from UKG to Class XI. 

Project No. Topic Class
1
Games - pastime for kids KG & I
2
Food across countries II
3
Magical Mind III
4
Aware, Alert and Actions against disasters - EARTHQUAKE AND FIRE IV & V
5
The last hope-Le derniere espoir VI & VII
6
Mystery of space VIII & IX
7
SAARC – Contribution and its role in the development of South Asian Region IX & XI

 

In short, it will help us to break new grounds, scale new heights and fly high.

Ms. Aparna Sharma

ISA Coordinator

INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AWARD 2017-18 

Dear Parent,

Eicher School is a proud recipient of the prestigious INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AWARD for 2015-18. We were awarded by British Council, Government of UK for designing, developing and inculcating an international dimension in the school curriculum. This was incorporated with an intention of enabling its students to understand and appreciate different cultures abroad and facilitate their integration as global citizens, Eicher School, once again this year has joined the International School Awards programme.

In pursuance of this project, students of all classes will be  involved  in executing projects  that require certain parameters to be met. Students will be involved in certain activities apart from the school curriculum and the project will continue through out this academic year.

The International School Award (ISA) is a benchmarking scheme that accredits schools as having an outstanding level of support for:

        ·         nurturing global citizenship in young people

        ·         enriching teaching and learning

CELEBRATING SEASON

The students of classes 1 and 2 will be engaged in the ISA Project of 'Celebrating Seasons'. This project will introduce students to the characteristics of changing seasons and will allow them to explore how it effects our food habits, lifestyle, clothing, festivals, flora and fauna. Students will further enhance their knowledge at a global level by collaborating with partner schools in Australia and Finland on the same topics. We will be initiating a plethora of activities as approved by the British Council, like visiting local markets and farms to explore seasonal fruits and vegetables, collage making and treasure chest full of seasonal things, just to name a few. Students will learn to appreciate change in nature and respect the demands of the environment, in their own country as well as in other continents. The students will soon be bustling with excitement, zeal and zest, working in unison with the other two wings of the school to achieve our objective to be the proud recipients of the International School Award, once again.

FIESTAS around the world

As a part of British Council Project, students of classes III and IV are participating in the project named ‘Fiestas around the world’. The main focus of this project is to study about the festivals of light and harvest of four countries namely,

India ( Asia), USA ( North America) , Spain ( Europe)and Dubai(Asia).

Through this project the students will get an insight into how these festivals celebrated,the special arrangements done during the festivals, special attire, special cuisine etc and compare them with the festivals of our own country. The project will also help students  to appreciate the fact that every culture has its own traditions and reasons to celebrate festivals.

AAVAHAN....A STEPPING STONE TO WASTE MANAGEMENT

The students of classes 5 and 6 will be engaged in the ISA Project of "Aavahan...A stepping stone to waste management". The project aims at sensitizing students about the importance of proper waste management. The students will learn, practice and create awareness about the proper waste management techniques of six different types of wastes: Biodegradable waste, Non-biodegradable waste, clinical waste, agricultural waste, chemical waste and e-waste. They will further enrich themselves by studying waste management techniques in the countries Sweden, Dubai and Singapore. A host of activities will take place such as Recess duty, Poster making competition, Slogan writing competition, Best out of waste, etc. They will visit the Apartments in vicinity, parks and hospitals to collect information and generate awareness. A visit to related embassies will help them as well. They will share the information with partner schools at a global level. This project will enlighten the children about how to make the society a better place to live in. They will start from their school only and further extend their thoughts at a global level.

Medicinal plants

As a part of British Council Project, students of class VII are participating in the project named ‘Medicinal Plants’. The main focus of this project is to   the traditional knowledge on the use of plants in health care of four countries namely, India ( Asia), China ,  Tibet, Dubai.

In this project the students will be able to Study about  medicinal plants grown in different regions of  India. Comparative study of medicinal plants with partner countries- Tibet, China. That will be able to prepare few herbal medicines and understanding  the traditional methods involved in treatment by the  partner countries

MINING

The project chosen for class VIII is Mining. It is practised in various parts of the world including India, South Africa and Saudi Arabia. Students will explore and research about the geological aspects/ conditions of these three countries; the techniques used for mining and the health hazards and safety measures employed in mining. In the process, the students will acquire communication skills, time management , team work  and  also learn the usage of technology for various purposes.

Global Parliament

The project  chosen for  IX is Global Parliament .Students will understand the working of the Indian Parliament . They will also collaborate with schools abroad especially UK and US and gain first hand knowledge about the working of the parliament there. In the process they will acquire soft skills like handling technology, communication skills, team work and collaborative learning. They will also develop a positive attitude towards  the   working of the government and understand that  as a citizen fundamental duties are far more important than fundamental rights.

 

INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AWARD 2017-18 

Dear Parent,

Eicher School is a proud recipient of the prestigious INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AWARD for 2015-18. We were awarded by British Council, Government of UK for designing, developing and inculcating an international dimension in the school curriculum. This was incorporated with an intention of enabling its students to understand and appreciate different cultures abroad and facilitate their integration as global citizens, Eicher School, once again this year has joined the International School Awards programme.

In pursuance of this project, students of all classes will be  involved  in executing projects  that require certain parameters to be met. Students will be involved in certain activities apart from the school curriculum and the project will continue through out this academic year.

The International School Award (ISA) is a benchmarking scheme that accredits schools as having an outstanding level of support for:

        ·         nurturing global citizenship in young people

        ·         enriching teaching and learning

 

AAVAHAN....A STEPPING STONE TO WASTE MANAGEMENT

The students of classes 5 and 6 will be engaged in the ISA Project of "Aavahan...A stepping stone to waste management". The project aims at sensitizing students about the importance of proper waste management. The students will learn, practice and create awareness about the proper waste management techniques of six different types of wastes: Biodegradable waste, Non-biodegradable waste, clinical waste, agricultural waste, chemical waste and e-waste. They will further enrich themselves by studying waste management techniques in the countries Sweden, Dubai and Singapore. A host of activities will take place such as Recess duty, Poster making competition, Slogan writing competition, Best out of waste, etc. They will visit the Apartments in vicinity, parks and hospitals to collect information and generate awareness. A visit to related embassies will help them as well. They will share the information with partner schools at a global level. This project will enlighten the children about how to make the society a better place to live in. They will start from their school only and further extend their thoughts at a global level.

 

INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AWARD 2017-18 

Dear Parent,

Eicher School is a proud recipient of the prestigious INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AWARD for 2015-18. We were awarded by British Council, Government of UK for designing, developing and inculcating an international dimension in the school curriculum. This was incorporated with an intention of enabling its students to understand and appreciate different cultures abroad and facilitate their integration as global citizens, Eicher School, once again this year has joined the International School Awards programme.

In pursuance of this project, students of all classes will be  involved  in executing projects  that require certain parameters to be met. Students will be involved in certain activities apart from the school curriculum and the project will continue through out this academic year.

The International School Award (ISA) is a benchmarking scheme that accredits schools as having an outstanding level of support for:

        ·         nurturing global citizenship in young people

        ·         enriching teaching and learning

CELEBRATING SEASON

The students of classes 1 and 2 will be engaged in the ISA Project of 'Celebrating Seasons'. This project will introduce students to the characteristics of changing seasons and will allow them to explore how it effects our food habits, lifestyle, clothing, festivals, flora and fauna. Students will further enhance their knowledge at a global level by collaborating with partner schools in Australia and Finland on the same topics. We will be initiating a plethora of activities as approved by the British Council, like visiting local markets and farms to explore seasonal fruits and vegetables, collage making and treasure chest full of seasonal things, just to name a few. Students will learn to appreciate change in nature and respect the demands of the environment, in their own country as well as in other continents. The students will soon be bustling with excitement, zeal and zest, working in unison with the other two wings of the school to achieve our objective to be the proud recipients of the International School Award, once again.

 

INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AWARD 2017-18 

Dear Parent,

Eicher School is a proud recipient of the prestigious INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AWARD for 2015-18. We were awarded by British Council, Government of UK for designing, developing and inculcating an international dimension in the school curriculum. This was incorporated with an intention of enabling its students to understand and appreciate different cultures abroad and facilitate their integration as global citizens, Eicher School, once again this year has joined the International School Awards programme.

In pursuance of this project, students of all classes will be  involved  in executing projects  that require certain parameters to be met. Students will be involved in certain activities apart from the school curriculum and the project will continue through out this academic year.

The International School Award (ISA) is a benchmarking scheme that accredits schools as having an outstanding level of support for:

        ·         nurturing global citizenship in young people

        ·         enriching teaching and learning

 

FIESTAS around the world

As a part of British Council Project, students of classes III and IV are participating in the project named ‘Fiestas around the world’. The main focus of this project is to study about the festivals of light and harvest of four countries namely,

India ( Asia), USA ( North America) , Spain ( Europe)and Dubai(Asia).

Through this project the students will get an insight into how these festivals celebrated,the special arrangements done during the festivals, special attire, special cuisine etc and compare them with the festivals of our own country. The project will also help students  to appreciate the fact that every culture has its own traditions and reasons to celebrate festivals.

 

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