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PROJECT - WHOLESOME HEALTH - ‘Physical fitness is the first requisite of happiness’

‘Wholesome Health’ is a curriculum activity meant for students of class IV and mapped to the UN SDG 3- ‘Good Health and Well Being’ through which the students will be made aware of healthy habits like eating healthy, maintaining personal hygiene and indulging in physical activities for overall health and well-being. They will also learn about the common communicable diseases in India, Nepal and Ghana and ways to prevent them. The students will be involved throughout the session in interesting activities which will make them more focus how they can improve their present life style. This activity is designed to make the students understand the importance of hand washing and spread it in the community. While studying about the common communicable diseases in India, Nepal and Ghana the students will enhance their analytical skills. The exposure to the activities like ‘30 Days Wellness Challenge’ will make the students more focused on being healthy. During the activity, the students will be given scope to show their creativity in slogan writing, poster displays during the activity. Fun fill activities like yoga, and other physical activities will help the students to develop an appreciation for good health and well-being and switch over from unhealthy to healthier practices. They will be motivated to follow an active lifestyle and grow into responsible citizens.

Ms. Priyanka Pande

Ms. Shail Sharma

PROJECT - AROGYAMEV JEEVANAM – “We have a single mission: to protect and hand on the planet to the next generation.”

Climate change is the current rapid warming of the Earth's climate caused by human activity. The world has been experiencing changes in climate, affecting millions of lives. The IDS Curriculum Activity ‘Time to Act’ mapped to UN SDG 13- ‘Climate Action’ focuses on sensitizing students about proper utilisation of resources with a special focus on atmosphere and water and develop their skills to deal with climate change and its consequences. The students will study the impact of climate change in India, France and Pakistan and the steps that can be taken for proper utilisation of resources. The students will learn about responsible consumption of water, global warming- its causes and adverse effects and ways to combat it. The students will be able to enhance their critical thinking and problem-solving skills, communication and collaboration, ICT and leadership skills. The students will be more responsible and sensitive towards the utilisation of resources and will adopt various methods to reduce the level of temperature in their daily lives. They will also develop a sense of respect towards nature and will become self-disciplined and self-reliant. This activity will be undertaken in collaboration with our partner school in France. The students of both the schools will conduct a survey about the units of water consumed and the variations in temperature in the atmosphere of the chosen countries to raise awareness about the issues and invite discussion for resolution during the video conference. They will carry out a plantation drive and appoint monitors to supervise the wastage of electricity in school and at home. They will frame an ‘Oath Chart’ to chalk out some rules for themselves to be adopted in their daily lives. They will then share their work through email/common blog. The evaluation will be done through questionnaire based on case studies.

Ms. Madhavi Sharma

Ms. Nivedita Singh


The primary aim of the activity ‘Crash Your Trash’ for students of class IV is to compare the waste generated on an average by the students and the management practices in the schools of India versus the practices going on in the schools at Egypt and UK/Nepal. Mapped to the UN SDG 12- ‘Responsible Consumption and Production’ and SDG 17- ‘Partnership for the Goals’ this activity is aimed to help students explore about their ecological footprint and act on the measures to reduce their footprint.

Waste generation has been the prime cause for the deterioration of quality of land and water. It is affecting the life cycle of living beings and slowly creating a danger for the existence of life. Therefore, this activity has been framed to aware the new generation with this issue and to help them understand that waste could be used in a better way. The students will acquire knowledge about waste generation, segregation and management practices in India, Egypt, UK/Nepal. While on task, the students will be able to think critically and enhance their creativity and imagination, communication and leadership skills. They will be able to differentiate between biodegradable and non-biodegradable waste and learn to recycle biodegradable waste into compost. The students will develop an attitude of responsible consumption and collaborate with the partner school in UK and Egypt to devise ways to reduce their ecological footprint.

Ms. Reema Patel

Ms. Mahasweta Patra


‘Know About Ocean Lives’ is a curriculum activity designed for students of classes Nursery to I and is mapped to the UN SDG 14- ‘Life Below Water’. The primary aim of this activity is to develop an appreciation for life under water and also to create an awareness about the impact of human actions on water-life. The students will be able to identify the underwater creatures found in India, Thailand and Ghana and also refrain from polluting water bodies in order to help the water animals survive.

The activities designed for the project are age appropriate for the young learners and are multi-sensory in nature to cater to different kinds of learners. During this activity the students will watch an A/V, indulge in drawing, origami, sorting, slogan writing and fancy dress all aimed towards developing a sense of appreciation for underwater life and creating responsible citizens. The students will also participate in a video conferencing session with our partner school from Ghana, in which our students will communicate with their partner school friends and discuss about how to save lives below the water. The subjects covered in the project will be English, Science, Social Science, Art & craft etc. They will be able to do the comparative study of water animals available in India, Ghana and Thailand.

Ms. Sujata Bhattacharjee
Ms. Melvin Choubey


The IDS Curriculum Activity ‘Drop of Life’ is mapped to the UN SDG 6- ‘Clean Water and Sanitation’. This activity will be undertaken by the students of Classes VI & X. The aim of this activity is to help students learn about the importance of clean water and sanitation and the sources of water supply in India, Ghana & Egypt. They will also learn about the various diseases caused due to lack of clean water and poor sanitation and how they can be prevented. This activity is integrated with the curricular topics of Social Science, Science, Maths, English, ICT & Art & Craft.

By the end of the activity, the students will gain knowledge about the different methods adopted during filtration of water for human consumption. They will develop their critical thinking skills, creativity and digital literacy skill. They will have an attitude of consuming clean water and practice proper sanitation in their daily life.

Ms. Shiba Sultana

Ms. Monisha Sreejit


‘Be Vocal for Local’, is the slogan of IDS project ‘Food on My Plate’. Students of class II and III will study the dietary patterns of communities in India, Nepal and France to understand the impact of their choice of food on local communities. They will adapt their food choices to sources of crops that are grown by local farmers as conceived in UNGA’s SDG 11 ‘Sustainable Cities and Communities’. They will work on this mission by engaging in activities spanning their curricular subjects of Science, Maths, Hindi, English and Art Integration.

Students will initiate the project with a survey on dietary patterns of crops grown in India, Nepal and France and interact with local farmers during their online classes to understand their struggles. This sensitization drive will then be applied to work out an ‘Action Plan’ for sustainable development of their communities.

Supported by their families, they will apply their imagination and creativity to invent fusion recipes inspired from those used by communities internationally. To fulfil the aim of supporting the farmers, they will ensure only local ingredients are used in these fusion recipes. These recipes will be shared in Class WhatsApp groups and in a virtual exhibition to be viewed and adopted by the local communities. The project will conclude with a ‘Thanks Giving Assembly’ to farmers and a pledge to switch to consumption of locally grown crops.

Ms. Neeta Mohla

Ms. Munmun Chowdhury


The primary aim of the activity ‘Be A Buddy, Not A Bully’ mapped to UN SDG 16- ‘Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions’ is to sensitize students of classes VII & VIII about the kinds of behaviour that is categorized as bullying and encourage them to act against it thereby helping them to grow into responsible citizens. The project aims at the establishment of peace and justice in context to school systems in India, Pakistan and Ghana. The subjects that are going to be covered are English, Social Science, Math, Music, Art & Craft.

During the course of the activity, the students will gain knowledge about bullying, upstander and bystander, the ill-effects of bullying and students affected by bullying across the countries mentioned above. The students will enhance their critical thinking, communication and collaboration skills, student leadership and digital literacy. They will have an attitude of respect towards their mates irrespective of gender, caste, creed, colour, race, language and religion and gain the confidence to stand up against violence occurring around them.

Ms. Baishalika Dhara

Ms. Shatabdi Raj


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