To emphasize on the current issue of Global Climate change and to sensitize the young generation towards it, an interesting activity was conducted in Sanjivani International school in Grade 3.
The aim was to make the students understand the concept of Climate change and make them aware of various factors affecting the same.
The mode of activity was conducted in an interactive way by means of Spin the Wheel...wherein stimulating questions were asked by spinning the wheel of questions.
Students enjoyed and participated in the activity enthusiastically.The activity compelled the students to participate and thus the objective was fulfilled.
To emphasize on the current issue of Global Climate change and to sensitize the young generation towards it, an interesting activity was conducted in Sanjivani International School in Grade 4, 5 and 6.
To make the students understand and the effects of climate change and various factors related to the same a model was presented by Advait and Soham of grade 6.
The activity was interactive, Aashi from grade 6 by means of PPT was able to make children aware of the after effects of human activities on the environment. Students enjoyed and participated in the activity enthusiastically.
ALLIANCE WITH SCHOOLS TO EXPLORE AND PROSPECT INITIATIVES TAKEN TO ADDRESS EFFECTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE
INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION IS VITAL IN KEEPING OUR GLOBE SAFE, COMMERCE FLOWING AND OUR PLANET HABITABLE
Common motive, goal or objective compel people from different faith and belief to come together and lead a campaign to make people aware and revolutionize their thoughts and actions. Fostering the above cause, Sanjivani International School connected with schools from different topography face to face virtually to connect and share ideas, exchange opinions and investigate various initiatives to take necessary actions and address the effects of climate change.
Schools with which SIS connected are
Croatia (Primary School) – Grade 2 and 3 students from both the countries shared their views on climate change.
Brazil (Colegio Positivo Jardim Ambiental) – Grade 5 students from both the countries shared their actions on climate change.
Delhi (Delhi Public School, Gurugram) - Grade 8 students from both the states discussed more about the steps that can be taken to reduce the pollution.