We salute our facilitators for always striving to deliver an exceptional learning experience to the children, which is beyond everyday teaching practices. Here is a video of our first-ever morning assembly and how the facilitators donned as pirates to make the experience one to remember!
We have now conducted online classes with learning activities in between for nearly a month. It has been our ambition to implement as much as possible of our holistic learning approach. We are very thankful for the support from the parents, without which this would not have been possible. Although it is an awkward way of opening a school, we feel that our remote learning concept has been successful. I have been surprised to see how much bonding between the learners and the facilitators has already happened.
BENGALURU: Online classes, missing friends and a disrupted routine… it’s been an uncertain time for many students. One would then expect child counsellors to be busy, but the reality of the situation is quite different. With classes being held at home, the resultant lack of confidentiality has led to a decline in numbers.
The Chaman Bhartiya School is looking forward to opening the school with online learning and engaging learning activities at home. We would have wanted to open the school for real, but in the present COVID- 19 situation digital learning is better than no education.
Chaman Bhartiya School will open on August 3. With the lockdown of schools and the continuous rise of COVID-19 cases, we expect only to be allowed to open the school for online learning. The ban on online learning has been removed. We expect new guidelines from the government regarding online learning and will, of course, follow these.
Welcome Address from our Director
Welcome to the first edition of CB Connect, a newsletter for the parent community at Chaman Bhartiya School.
We, at Chaman Bhartiya, are eager to open the school, meet your children and start the vital learning journey they have missed for so long. As we all know, the COVID-19 situation in India is grave and getting worse. Right now, there is no clear indication from either the national and state government about, when the schools are allowed to open .
Copenhagen-born Allan Kjaer Andersen is the Bangalore-based director of the new age K-12 Chaman Bhartiya School (CBS) — the first education initiative of the Gurgaon-based real estate heavyweight Bhartiya Group.