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ISA ACTIVITY - Ancient Monuments of Delhi(International Treasures)

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As a part of the ISA Project under the aegis of the British Council,RPS International School Sec-89 conducted an activity-“International Treasures” for classes III - V. on Thursday, October 10 2019. The students visited the epitome of rich cultural heritage of India 'Red Fort'. They were left spellbound to see the gigantic structures that can be described as some of the finest examples of architectural skills of Indian crafts men.The excavation site in Fort showed some direct proof of past era. The students were told that on Independence Day, the Prime Minister hoisted the national flag at the main gate of the fort every year and delivered a nationally- broadcasted speech from its ramparts. It proved to be a golden opportunity for the students to learn about their rich heritage. They had a wonderful experience exploring the Fort. RPS is firmly determined to transform each and every student into Global Citizen of tomorrow. British Council’s International School Award (ISA) is a…

Inter Class Quiz Competition(ISA ACTIVITY)

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An Inter class Quiz Competition was organized for the students of class III as a part of the ISA Activity under the project titled “Global Cultures(Festivals and Costumes) ” .The quiz was based on the research work done by the students for the countries India, UK and UAE . The quiz commenced with the introduction of the contestants from each team representing their respective class. The quiz master for the day briefed the students with the rules of the competition. A wide range of questions were posed to which the participants replied confidently. The quiz aimed at enriching the students about the historical background of the National Symbols of the different countries.








Global Cultures(Festivals and Costumes) -ISA ACTIVITY

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Festivals since the yore played a significant role in reflecting different cultures and civilizations and their ethos. The entire world is a macro pluralistic society and the diversity is unimaginable. The school got the project titled “Global Cultures(Festivals and Costumes) ” approved by British Council’s International School Award’s (ISA) team in order to throw open the gateways of real diversity in the world through myriad cultures. Poster Making activity was conducted with the objective of making our children explore and gather information about festivals like Eid, Christmas, Diwali, Onam, Durga Pooja. They created inspiring artwork and tradition of the countries- 'India, UK, UAE'. The pivotal aim of the activity was to promote global harmony. Principal,Dr.Roopa Marwaha Bhalla emphasized on the importance of all festivals which connect us to our roots and provide happiness, pleasure and enthusiasm.










ISA ACTIVITY - Ancient Monuments of Delhi(International Treasures)

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As a part of the ISA Project under the aegis of the British Council,RPS International School Sec-89 conducted an activity-“International Treasures” for classes III - V on Thursday, October 10 2019. The students visited the epitomes of rich cultural heritage of India like Qutub Minar, Parliament house, India Gate. They were left spellbound to see the gigantic structures that can be described as some of the finest examples of architectural skills of Indian crafts men.The excavation site in Qutub Minar showed some direct proof of past era. The chatter in the bus was excited as it had truly been an enriching experience for the children. RPS is firmly determined to transform each and every student into Global Citizen of tomorrow. British Council’s International School Award (ISA) is an ambitious measure taken by school in this regard and the outcomes are phenomenal said school principal-Dr.Roopa Marwaha Bhalla.















World Of Folk Tales - ISA ACTIVITY

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Students of class I and II participated in the British Council ISA project ‘The World of Folktales’ with full flair. The aim of this project was to revive the tradition of storytelling and to explore different cultures and enhance literacy skills. The folktales 'Panchtantra','Jataka Tales','Arabian Night' were mainly from India, Burma and UAE. Each was an interesting tale, interspersed with curious characters and an insightful moral at the end. Stories 'The big Lion and a little Rabbit' from Panchtantra, 'Timid Hare' from Jataka Tales, 'Aladdin and the magic lamp' from Arabian Nights etc. were read aloud in class. Students made an oral presentation too on Folktales and supported with elaborate props and costumes. The activity gave students a chance to practice team-building. Fun and excitement was observed and the learning was stretched beyond books. It was extremely insightful for the students as they discovered how several stories came…

Dance Forms - ISA COLLABORATIVE ACTIVITY (Lets take you to Spain)

The global citizens of RPS International School sec-89, presented a cultural fiesta in the school premises. The occasion was the ISA collaborative activity 'Dance Forms'. The activity was collaborated with Start Rite School Abuja,Nigeria.
A brilliant Folk dance-Flamenco was put forward by the students of classes VI - VIII which portrayed the tradition, culture, and lifestyle of the people of Spain. The complete activity was actually a learning experience for them. It encourages and bolsters us to showcase our young talent to new audiences and to give platform to those unheard. Through this collaborative enterprise students will learn new dance forms, build the acceptance of diversity of the world, feeling of oneness and sense of respect towards social and culture milieu. The learners had a delightful time in their journey of global learning. Fun clubbed with learning motivated our young minds to reach out for more knowledge and not limit their learning to standardized curriculu…

Dance Forms - ISA Collaborative Activity

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The global citizens of  RPS International School sec-89, presented a cultural fiesta in the school premises. The occasion was the ISA collaborative activity 'Dance Forms'. The activity was collaborated with Start Rite School Abuja,Nigeria.
 A brilliant folk dance-'Giddha' was put forward by the students of classes VI - VIII which portrayed the tradition, culture, and lifestyle of the people of Punjab(India). The complete activity was actually a learning experience for them.  It encourages and bolsters us to showcase our young talent to new audiences and to give platform to those unheard. Through this collaborative enterprise students will learn new dance forms, build the acceptance of diversity of the world, feeling of oneness and sense of respect towards social and culture milieu. Dr.Roopa Marwaha Bhalla, Principal, addressed the gathering and praised the efforts put forward by the students and teachers.