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The ISA project titled ‘We Can Heal the Earth’ focuses on the sensitization of the students of classes III to V about saving natural resources like water, electricity, soil etc. Students will learn about the initiatives in the field of conservation of energy in India and USA, create awareness and implement the same in their day to day lives. The project would build their character and develop their concern towards animals, birds and all creatures thus enabling them to be good human beings. They will take initiative to change the world for a good cause in their own little ways. They will spread a positive, influential message in the society and act as responsible citizens. They will explore about the new ways undertaken to save nature and resources. This will help students to develop their skill of curiosity, problem solving, communication and scientific temperament also. The overall impact of this project will change the outlook of the students towards life. The students will cover a wide range of activities beginning from classroom interaction, providing food for birds and animals and sensitizing the community during the Annual Exhibition.

Ms. Priyanka Pande


‘Health is wealth’ is a great saying for the humanity. A person with good health is the happiest and richest person in the world. In the world of competition, our students have become habitual of junk food rather than eating fresh homemade food. Our project ‘Aarogyamev Jeevanam – A Healthy Soul’ collaborated with our partner school, Campus La Salle St. Christophe, Masseube, France, will provide the ideas of being healthy to students of classes IX and X. It would also discuss about the physical activities and cleanliness that one needs to maintain to keep them away from the diseases. The main objective of the project is to create awareness about leading a healthy lifestyle. Through this project the students will be made aware of the ways to follow health exercise and the importance of a balanced diet, yoga and meditation. This project will give scope to the students of both the countries to use their insight and introspect into their health habits. It is the need of the hour to create awareness among the youth to care about a healthy society. The students will perform a survey on the vital issues related to health. A counseling session will also be organized in which doctors and counselors will advise them about the healthy eating habits. Our students will also be made aware of some easy and useful exercises and yogic postures to be adopted in their daily life. During the Annual Exhibition, the students will create awareness among their peers and members of the community about the healthy food habits and exercises through charts and models and will also display some Indian herbs. The students will also participate in a video conference with their partners in France to share their learning experiences. It is truly said by Lord Buddha “To keep the body in good health is a duty, otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.”

Ms. Madhavi Sharma


"A journey is best measured in friends, not in miles......."

Our world is changing and in order to prepare our children for this new world we need to give them an exposure at the local and global level. This exposure will help them to develop the skills needed for future. The project INDO-FRENCH PALS in collaboration with Campus La Salle Saint Christophe, Masseube, France has been exclusively designed to help students of classes VI to VIII to break the classroom walls and grab the chance to see the world outside. It will provide an avenue to create better writers. They will get the opportunity to make new friends, which will fill them with excitement to work hard and obtain better results with each assignment. It would also bridge the cultural differences and they will learn much more than grammar and writing. Learning will be fun for them with totally different kind of exposure. The more they contribute, the more they will update their knowledge. They will become more confident and boost their self esteem. They will be able to negotiate seemingly intimidating situation. It will provide new dimension to their education where they will learn new content while practising essential skills of communication and collaboration in the global context.

Ms. Reema Patel


A new window has opened to the young learners to think beyond their studies. Health is the greatest treasure. Good health contributes to the happiness and wellbeing of a person. This project aims to spread awareness on healthy habits among the little ones. The students from classes Nursery to class I would involve in various activities throughout the year. The project is designed to make the students understand the importance of oral health and healthy habits. Practice of chanting of shlokas, yoga practices and fitness exercises would enhance their physical ability and concentration power. Preparation of their own health book would help to develop their imagination. While doing the comparative study of the fruits and vegetables available in India and Ghana, they would get a wider scope to think globally & would become aware of the geographical location of these countries with the help of a globe.

This project would help the individual student to connect with the group and to exchange their ideas. They would also learn to appreciate each other. As a project leader, I am very much delighted to be associated with the project and intend to help my students to become more health conscious and responsible future citizens.

Ms. Sujata Bhattacharjee


Dance is a performing art form consisting of purposefully selected sequences of human movements. This movement has aesthetic and symbolic value, and is acknowledged as dance by performers and observers within a particular culture.

Through the project ‘Folk Dances’, the students of classes VI to VIII will learn about different folk dances of India & Nepal. A folk dance is developed by people that reflect the life of the people of a certain country or region. These dances are simple dances, and are performed to express joy and happiness among themselves. Folk dances are performed for every possible occasion, to celebrate the arrival of seasons, birth of a child, wedding and festivals. A study of folk dances would help students learn about the people and culture of the chosen countries.

This project will provide a new cultural experience to them. It will improve the social interactions and can help them to engage in independent enquiry. They will be able to compare the cultures and the costumes, instruments and songs of both the countries. The activity will help the overall development of students. They will learn many new Indian and Nepalese words. It will help the students develop respect and tolerance for another culture.

Ms. Shiba Sultana


‘Empathy’ for the students who struggle to adapt to a medium of instruction in a foreign language, is the stimulus for my project ‘My English Buddies’ meant for students of classes II and III. This struggle is rife across schools in India and even South Asia.

Our project endeavours to equip the students from vernacular backgrounds with the requisite English language competency for an English medium environment.

‘Children learn language best from their peers’ – this statement sums up our project’s approach which is based on peer tutoring and peer learning. Our project team will nurture student leaders who will participate in the development of ELT content and strategies that are joyful and effortless learning experiences for their peers in the lower Primary classes.

The content would comprise of choral singing of English Songs to live school band, role-plays, Power Point presentations on vocabulary and sentence patterns and fun games. The presentations would also be filmed and edited to create ELT videos to be used as e-content in our school Smart Boards.

The student leaders will be chosen from among those who have a higher competency in the English language. They will deliver the content to their peers in the school auditorium and classrooms. These collaborative teaching-learning transactions would thus be child-centered to the core and inspire learning outcomes that extend to the whole community.

Ms. Neeta Mohla


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