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Two IB students from the UK and India worked with the OSCAR Foundation to educate underprivileged children in Mumbai. “The beauty of the IB is that it makes you think differently. You don’t just study your country, you study the world”, says Ruby Sowerbutts, a 
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Over the first few days of this brand-new academic year, we asked our young students in Primary School one question: What does school mean to you? Their answers spanned a wide range of emotions but what stands out clearly is how much our students enjoy 
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The first day of a new school year brings feelings of anticipation, excitement, nervousness and questioning. Many teachers have a nightmare on the night before school opens – the alarm doesn’t ring, the train is cancelled, there are 40 teenagers instead of 20 six year 
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Do you remember how you were taught Hindi at school? You were probably taught all the vyanjans (consonants), followed by the swars (vowels), barakhadi. This was probably followed up with stringing together meaningless sentences like “Ram aam khata hai” and “Kamal ghar aa.” Not exactly 
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In Grade 5, our students learn about ancient civilisations as part of their Social Studies curriculum. To enhance their learning experience, this unit of learning includes a field trip to Dholavira in Kutch, one of the sites of the ancient Indus Valley Civilisation discovered by 
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In Grades 4 and 5, our B.D. Somani students experience what we refer to as Learning Without Walls, an opportunity for physical and environmental education that enhances many other areas of the curriculum. Outdoor educational experiences like camps and treks contribute to personal growth and 
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Grade 1 in schools is often seen as the child’s first foray into the formal academic world, consisting of rigour and a move away from play. This is not the case at B.D. Somani. Here, Grade 1 is a seamless transition for a child from 
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Post written by Avanti Sheth, Grade 11 It’s safe to say that 2017’s Senior BD Idol was a huge hit. It was “the best talent we have to offer,” as Yahan correctly said. Right from the video montage to the very last performance, the contestants’ 
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Post written by Tarini Tiwari, Grade 11 The First World War ended on the 11th of November, 1918. 99 years later, it is easy for us to forget the importance of it and the men who died. 1.5 million Indians fought over the course of 
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Student Councils the world over are student-led civic organisations designed to help promote school spirit and leadership among students. Children benefit immensely from being involved in student councils – they learn leadership skills, they have an opportunity to gain experience in public speaking, they learn 
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