Students were introduced to the project in a webinar and in a special session conducted in the school premises.
One of the key initiatives has been “Go Greening” drive in and around school .Students Pledged to plant a tree on their birthdays and take care of it. Further, students also did a waste segregation project. They were also shown videos from various countries to make they aware about the global climatic changes.
भूमंडलीय तापक्रम कार्यक्रम के उपलक्ष में कक्षा पांचवी के छात्रों ने भूमंडलीय तापक्रम के बढ़ने और उसे रोकने के उपायों को समझाते हुए नारा लेखन का कार्य किया।जिसमें छात्रों ने बढ़ चढ़कर भाग लिया एवं ऐसा संकल्प लिया कि जलवायु परिवर्तन में वे परिवर्तन लाने का पूर्ण प्रयास करेंगे वह अपनी पृथ्वी को सुख संपन्न व खुशहाल बनाएंगे।भूमंडलीय तापक्रम कार्यक्रम के उपलक्ष में कक्षा छटी के छात्र दक्षेश ने जलवायु परिवर्तन से पहले तथा जलवायु परिवर्तन के बाद की स्थिति का चित्रांकन किया है। इस चित्र के माध्यम से यह बखूबी समझाने का प्रयास किया गया है कि धरती की स्थिति क्या थी और हमने क्या कर दी है।
The students examined some of the potential solutions for climate change or specific environmental issues that are affecting our planet. To mitigate this cause and to save our mother earth at the individual level, they prepared recycled planter. They learnt about how we can ultimately lead to a better climate worth living. Trees provide us with many benefits necessary for survival, including clean air, filtered water, shade, and food. They also give us hope and insight, and courage to persevere – even in the harshest conditions. Trees teach us to stay rooted while soaring to great heights. Keeping these thoughts in mind students pledged to plant a tree on their birthday every year.
“The interaction of knowledge and skills with experience is a key to learning”.
We at Millennium World School, Faridabad believe that interactive learning
makes a difference. Difference in thought, suggestions and way of living.
As a part of the Climate Action Project, a special session was
arranged for the students and facilitators . It was a highly interactive yet
informative session where our school students presented their view points and
suggestions on what are the causes and effects of climate change (both locally
as well as globally).
It was followed by Question/Answer session round where the students from
both the countries exchanged their ideas on what their respective state
government and they themselves as individual citizens are doing to prevent
pollution and reduce the climate change.
The students had pledged about planting more and more trees and taking up the
climate action project forward for a sustainable environment in future. They
shared their photographs and clips to suggest the ways in which they can
contribute towards this bit.
The session was very well presented with utmost enthusiasm as our school has
taken a step ahead to stand together for a better and sustainable living.
The overall objectives were very well sufficed as the students were able to
understand the difference in the climatic changes that are occurring in different
corners of the world due to different reasons. Thus, they got an expanded view
of the causes of climate change and global warming not only locally but
globally as well.
They could collaboratively further understand the effects these causes bring
upon the environment as well as the living beings followed by the steps, they
should follow to eradicate this problem.
The virtual interaction was up to the mark and the students could gain lot of
knowledge out of it by understand how a good environment plays an important
role for sustainable living.
Learning is an active process. We learn by doing.. Only knowledge that is used sticks in your mind. - Dale Carnegie
Millennium World School, Faridabad, under the ongoing project, collaborated virtually on Zoom with S.R. International School, Mumbai on 27 October 2021.
The students shared their state's geographical conditions and how the people are coming around to help protect the environment for a better future ahead. Presentations were shared and a discussion broke out among the students about various aspects of climate change and how a single person can alter the course of preserving nature.
The collaboration was an immense success as a lot of new and eye-opening information was shared among the schools. We hope to collaborate with various other schools for learning should never come to a halt.