The first academic year at Chaman Bhartiya school was completely held online. We are now at the end of the second academic year, a hybrid year which was a mix of online & offline periods. Even in the offline periods, we had given parents the choice to opt for an online option as there were several COVID-19 restrictions. Now, I look forward to the third academic year, which will be completely conducted offline. In the academic year 2022-23, we will not be offering the online learning option until & unless the government makes it mandatory for schools.
We are extremely glad that our Director & Principal Mr. Allan participated in the India Education Summit 2022 as a panelist. The prestigious event was organised by Indian Express magazine. Other eminent panelists included Shri Dharmendra Pradhan, Union Minister of Education & Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Anil Sahasrabudhe, Chairman All India Council of Technical Education and Manish Sisodia Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister , Government of NCT, Delhi.
Problem-based learning (PBL) is a pedagogical approach to achieve the academic objectives outlined in the We Lead Curriculum. The students are the drivers of their own learning journey. Through PBL, learners engage and approach real world issues to acquire deeper learning. Students develop critical thinking and critical thinking skills as well as to collaborate and communicate their findings with a larger audience. Facilitators serve as mentors (guide the students) and collaborate with learners, to inspire them to gain an in-depth understanding of the subject.
BALLOON SATELLITE LAUNCH
On February 27, Chaman Bhartiya School launched a high- altitude balloon satellite in the early morning at 3:45 am at the Center for Research and Education in Science and Technology (CREST). Grades 6 and 7 were briefed about the payload during school hours. They have spent 33 sessions to complete the payload. They built the entire payload in-house with the support of teachers specialising in space education.
Newsletter We can now look forward to better times. Spring and summer are coming, and the pandemic seems to have peaked. Most of the curbs (due to Covid-19) in Karnataka have been lifted, including the closure of schools. Once again, we have been allowed to open the school for grades 1-7, and we look forward to having the learners back in school.
I wish a Happy New Year to all members of the Chaman Bhartiya school family. I hope that 2022 will be the year that will end the corona pandemic. I hope that life will soon get back to normal, as it was before the pandemic; and that all our learners will
Bengaluru students to launch balloon satellite in January
BENGALURU: From finding out how a toothpaste behaves in space to gathering pollution data 100 km from the sea level, students of a city school are set for some eye-opening experiments by sending a high-altitude balloon satellite into low-Earth orbit.
As middle school has opened once again for offline learning, the safety of each learner becomes our responsibility. At Chaman Bharatiya School, we are committed to ensuring 100% safety of all our learning during these precarious times. To guarantee the safety of our learners, we have set in place some important COVID-19 protocols that are in line with the government regulations. Our goal is to make offline education as safe as possible while also making sure that the students find it as close to normalcy and enjoy their time at the campus without feeling anxious.
I am happy to announce that we have welcomed our learners from grades 1 to 5 on November 8, 2021 and we will welcome our Early Years learners on December 1, 2021. Finally, we can have the school we had planned for, with inspiring and active interactions among the learners and the facilitators. We will still use technology, of course, but now it will be in a hybrid way with a combination of virtual and real-world activities.