Kalyani Chaudhuri

India
Co-teacher: Ranjana Solanki, Ishita Thakkar, Shini Babu, Ajita Bhoir, Yojana Suryarao, Vaishali Phatak, Sanika Joshi
I am the leading a school in Maharashtra, India.  I Believe that change begins with self and guide my learners to nurture the gifts of Nature.  Students from Grades 4-6 (25) will be participating the CAP for 2020.  We have to catch them young and sentitise them with the need for treating the environment with care so that this eternal beauty which is the giver always blesses us in abundance.  

 

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School: Billabong High International School,Thane 40 students are involved The average age of the students: 9-17 Year

Projects 2020

Causesfor Climate Change

Learners have shared their opinion on the topic through a Google Rzesponse Form  A video of the same is also shared by learners.yo

Effects of Climate Change - Week 2

Students express their concerns on the effects of climate change.

Climate Action Bingo

Children of Grades 4, 5 and 6 have written slogans and jargons related to Climate Action. It is displayed in the form of Flash cards, use of new vocabulary and pictures.

Virtual Interaction with Los Próceres High School, Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela, Bethany School, Vishakhapatnam, Shining Star International School, Abu Dhabi

An interesting and enriching virtual interaction session of Billabong High international School, Thane with Los Próceres High School, Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela, Bethany School, Vishakhapatnam, Shining Star International School, Abu Dhabi. Students interacted and exchanged their views.Their visions were acknowledged and involvement was very captivating.

Go Green. There is no Planet B.

Students of Billabong High International School, Thane, India were actively and consciously involved in the process of Vertical Farming. Encouraging the growth of Microgreens, children independently created a clean and green environment. The excellence and efficiency of any nation is driven by the collective empowerment of individuals who come together to save the environment.

Go Green. There is no Planet B.

Students of Billabong High International School, Thane, India were actively and consciously involved in the process of Vertical Farming. Encouraging the growth of Microgreens, children independently created a clean and green environment. The excellence and efficiency of any nation is driven by the collective empowerment of individuals who come together to save the environment.


Impressions

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