“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies . . . The man who never reads lives only one.” – George R.R. Martin “The reading of all good books is like a conversation with the finest (people) of the past centuries.” – Descartes “The more that you read, the more things you will know. […]
Some exciting news! What a wonderful way to start March. Got up today to see that the final results of Clas of Pi had been announced. “Congratulations on your being inducted to the Schools Hall of Fame for 2020-21”, it said. Good news always welcome!
Thank you @EkyaSchools for this. Love what you all are doing to us!
COVID-19 is a pandemic that changed the world in many ways. Especially in education.
What started as a small outbreak in China in December 2019 ended up into a full-fledged epidemic in India and the world by March. By March 11 the school year had to be cut short, and early onset summer break was declared.
Lockdowns were declared across the country and for us, and the expected summer holidays became dull moments just sitting at home. The social distancing norms snatched away from our playtime too. Around this time, we were looking for other ways to keep ourselves engaged, and our parents were very flustered, keeping us occupied and yet keeping us away from the TV.
My desk and its place is an envy for my dad. The play of light he says is just too unreal and reel like.
Here’s what’s new – Right to learn is a fundamental right and I urge the Karnataka Government to look at online education positively for the primary schools.
I was born in 2008 When I came out, I couldn’t wait My journey through life had just begun My first day facing the Sun. 2009, a year of dread When I finally started to use my head Is that right? No, I think it’s wrong, My head would bang a tiny gong! A few years […]