Dear Parents, The month of October witnessed the culmination of the first term of this academic year wherein the learners showcased their learning through individual projects, group activities, formative and summative tests, events, programmes, etc.
We recently had the Literary Festival, which culminated with the Literary Extravaganza. We are happy that so many parents came to see the exhibition. The performances showcased the learners’ work. During the Literary Festival, the learners engaged in fun and academic activities focussed on storytelling
We celebrated the 77th Independence Day of the world’s largest democracy. To celebrate Indian independence is essential for any school in India. We honour the courageous Indian people who fought for freedom. And we remind ourselves that democracy is not given once and for all but a human construct that needs to be understood, appreciated and rejuvenated with every new generation.
Climate change is not a future scenario; it is a reality. 2023 will be the warmest year ever measured on the planet. I don’t want to paint an apocalyptic and dystopian scenario, but the earth is getting warmer, the weather has become unpredictable, and this will bring changes to the way we live, where we live, how we produce, and what we produce.
AI LAB LAUNCH
We inaugurated our state-of-the-art AI lab, which is equipped with cutting-edge technology and softwares. The AI lab is a unique addition to our school’s infrastructure. It allows students to explore the vast possibilities of artificial intelligence.
EY SOLAR SYSTEM EXHIBITION
We recently organised a Solar System Exhibition for our EY learners, where they had the opportunity to construct innovative models and craftworks depicting the solar system. Through this parent child activity, they created models and informative charts with vibrant colours, decorations and recycled papers. Through this engaging activity, they gained a deeper understanding of the workings of the solar system, planets and space. Our learners exhibited outstanding presentation skills and logical reasoning abilities during this event. This exhibition provided them with a platform to express their creativity while also helping them improve their communication skills and confidence.
The current year’s theme for Project-Based Learning (PBL) is water. We started of the new year by having a seminar on water where facilitators gave talks from various streams like science & technology, languages, history, landscapes of water, music, theatre, dance, art of water, use of water in religion and war, etc. We additionally invited guest speakers to talk on the topic of water conservation and hydroponics. Learners gained an insight and were inspired as well as empowered to choose a topic to begin their PBL project on.
OPEN HOUSE HELD AT THE CAMPUS
We recently conducted an Open House at the campus. Visiting parents were familiarised with the various facets of our educational approach, curriculum and pedagogy. The parents were taken on a school tour and were able to witness the infrastructure first-hand, gain a comprehensive understanding of our integrated Learning Model, experience our engaging learning spaces such as LEGO® Zones, Innovation lab and more. fake designer bags
CHILDREN’S DAY CELEBRATIONS
On Children’s Day, our enthusiastic facilitators put on some remarkable performances including dance, songs, theatre and more, for our young learners. The event commenced with Director Allan Andersen’s address and was followed by a range of performances from the facilitators. Activities included singing, poetry, sketching, mono-acting and a fashion show to conclude the event. The Children’s Day function provided a platform for facilitators to highlight their commitment towards the students at the school and create long lasting relationships.
Centre of creativity and innovation (COCAI) learning spaces
The COCAI learning spaces at CBS is an endeavour to blend real world applications and 21st Century skills into everyday learning and develop leadership abilities among learners of today.