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A TRIP TO USA AND NASA

Eleven students of the school accompained by their teacher, Ms Minakshi Chaudhry  went to USA on ten day tour on May 30, 2017 organized by Astro Tourism India Pvt. Ltd.

The tour aimed at attending a 3 day camp at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Childern were curiousto explore the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and learn various facts about the gigantic universe and its exploration. Activities conducted at the Astronaut Training Experience (ATX) centre trained students necessaryskills that an astronaut should have. They had a lifetime experience of visiting the Kennedy Space Centre Visitors Complex where they saw real rockets in the rocket garden and real space shuttles which have travelled to the moon and the red planet Mars for the first time.

A fun filled and an adventurous day spent at Disney Land Magic Kingdom was indeed magical. Here the children enjoyed various Disney shows and programes and many exciting adventure rides. The visit to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.

The students also enjoyed the city tour of New York where they got to see the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, The twin Towers, the Central Park and the Time square.

The maid of Mist cruise experience at the Niagara Falls was a breath taking experience. A visit to the Universal Studio kept the students enthralled.

The trip to USA was indeed a memorable experience which would be cherished throughout. 

 


Interactive session with delegates from Generation Global
(Tony Blair Faith Foundation London)

Members from the Tony Blair Foundation visited Tagore International School, East of Kailash on 23 August, 2016. Dr. Ian Jamison, Head of Education & Training, Mr. Matthew Lawrence, Director of Programmes at the Tony Blair Faith Foundation and Ms. Sandhya Gupta, Education Consultant for the Tony Blair Faith Foundation based in New Delhi, India, were the guests. An interactive session between the guests and the students was organised. The students shared their experience of being a part of the Face to Faith programme, now Generation Global. Dr Ian Jaminson, while speaking to the students and teachers of the school said that the programme can be adapted to diverse contexts, as it trains teachers on how to prepare students for participation in programmes including human rights and civic responsibilities.

Thank You Note from Delegates

 

Dear Nandita 

I just wanted to drop you both a line to express our thanks for such a marvelous school visit last week. It was both an honour and a privilege to meet the team at Tagore, and to hear from such very eloquent and passionate young people. They certainly made a very strong impression – and particularly upon Matthew, who does not have the chance to visit our schools very often; it was certainly his first experience of a school in India as well!

It would be wonderful if you could pass on our thanks, particularly to the teachers and students involved – and also express our apologies for the rather hurried nature of the visit. I hope that on a future occasion I will have much more time to spend with the students and teachers. 

I do look forward to seeing you both again, and would, once again, like to thank you for your continued enthusiastic support for Generation Global!

With my very best wishes

Ian



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Kyrgyzstan students dance into TIS hearts

Tagore International School, East of Kailash had hosted a delegation of students from Kyrgyzstan who were visiting India on the occasion of the 25th National Day celebration of their country. The dance troupe comprising of 17 teenaged dancers, are members of their nationally acclaimed cultural centre, Aiziya Noor. The school felicitated them on their visit and in turn, the youngsters showcased some of their traditional dance forms for an enthralled school audience. They also left handwritten messages of peace on the “Peace Tree” of the school in view of the forthcoming World Peace Day celebrations. The Principal, Nandita Sahu, thanked the Deputy Chief of Mission, Ms. Fatima Sushanlo, of the Embassy of the Kyrgyz Republic, who was instrumental in facilitating this visit. The senior diplomat expressed her appreciation at the new ties of friendship being formed between the students of the two countries.

Montenegro National Day celebrated at Tagore Int’l School- East of Kailash

In a novel initiative, Tagore International School, East of Kailash, collaborated with the Consulate of Montenegro in New Delhi to celebrate their National Day on July 13, 2016, in the school premises. The gala event of fun and festivities involved the entire school community, senior personnel of the Diplomatic Corps stationed in New Delhi, high- level functionaries from the government and students of schools of NCR.

The program was the brainchild of H.E. Dr. Janice Darbari, The Consul General of Montenegro in India. The Chief Guest of the occasion was Shri Subrata Bhattacharjee, Joint Secretary, Eastern Europe, MEA. Shri Navin Verma, Joint Secretary, Ministry of N.E. Affairs also graced the event. Prominent among the visiting dignitaries included the Ambassadors and High Commissioners from Mexico, Bolivia, Bhutan, Palestine, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Congo, Malawi, Zambia, Eritrea, the UNDP Resident Representative in India and other Senior Diplomats representing more than 25 countries.

An Inter-School Art Competition was organized for the day with Indo-Montenegro Friendship as a theme where 29 prominent schools took part in the event. A contingent from the Morarji Desai Institute of Yoga under the aegis of the Ministry of Ayush performed a Yoga display in the school. Festivities of the day included cultural programs, music and dance. The cheer and bonhomie of the day was appreciated by one and all.

The Principal, Ms. Nandita Sahu hoped that this unique manner of bringing people of different countries together amidst young children could ideate a way forward for unity and peace amongst all.

TIS welcomes IFLC delegates

The student delegates of the Int’l Festival of Language and Culture (IFLC) Organisation and their teachers from Georgia, Kyrgystan and Papua New Guinea visited Tagore International School, East of Kailash on 4 May 2016.

The IFLC event in India was held under the aegis of the Ministry of Culture, government of India and the United Nations Information Centre (UNIC). The Educational Endowment Trust from Turkey was the chief organizer. The IFLC seeks to promote world peace by getting children from different ethnicities and cultures to participate in an int’l cultural extravaganza of music and dance in various parts of the world.

The student delegation is a part of a larger group of 17 countries whose students also participated in a grand musical show on 7 May 2016 at Talkatora Stadium, New Delhi. These students visited Tagore Int’l School for the day and enthralled the audience with songs and dances from their countries. The school had also put up a short cultural program for the visitors. There was a follow up with an art workshop for the visitors on various Indian Art forms.

The Principal, Nandita Sahu, welcomed the students and called them the true ambassadors of peace.

IFLC sings for peace

An international musical extravaganza was hosted by the Educational Endowment Trust on Saturday, 7 May 2016 at the Talkatora auditorium. The program was co-sponsored by the Ministry of Culture and the United Nations Information Centre. The event saw the participation of 6 premium schools of Delhi and 17 international schools from all over the world including USA, Russia, Bulgaria, Georgia and other countries from Europe and Australasia

The Chief Guest for the event was the Union Minister of Minorities Affairs, Smt. Najma Heptullah. Other dignitaries present on the occasion included Swami Agnivesh, Acharya Balkrishna from Patanjali Yogpeeth, the Head Granthi from the Golden Temple, numerous diplomats from participating countries and officials of the UNIC.

Students of Tagore International School, East of Kailash along with students of five others schools of Delhi, participated in the IFLC event. IFLC is the largest and most prominent organization for promoting world languages and cultures and TIS was part of the inaugural choreography based on the theme ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’ - ‘The World is One Family’.

There were 43 students from 17 countries and 350 students from India, who were a part of this event. Two solo songs sung by Muskaan Arora of Class XI and by Juey Mitra of Class XII who sang ‘Des Mera Rangeela’ and ‘ Mann Mera’ were appreciated by all.

The Principal, Ms. Nandita Sahu, was one among the dignitaries who were felicitated by IFLC for being an ambassador of peace in India.

Visit to France for IFLC 2016

IFLC is the largest and most prominent organization for promoting world languages and cultures. It is dedicated to cultivate and educate the youth and create a platform to share their cultural heritage with their peers around the world. The International Festival of Language and Culture is an annual celebration and showcase for the diversity of linguistic talents from across the world.
The International Festival of Language and Culture first started in 2003 and proceeded with only 17 countries participating. Whereas last year, 145 countries took part in this event with more than 2000 participants.

The main of the organization is to promote research, learning, and information exchanges in support of peace, friendship, and understanding. They are building strong ties and lasting friendships, and raising hopes for world peace.

This is the 14th year of IFLC and the first year where India is participating in the events. As part of the event Juey Mitra of Class XII A represented india in IFLC France and was accompanied by her teacher Ms. Jayalakshmi.

Students from USA, Russia, Egypt, Portugal, Kazakhstan, Philippines, Ukraine, Albania, Senegal, South Africa, Serbia, Bulgaria, France and India represented the event that took place on April 24, 2016 at Casino De Paris, Paris. Children presented songs and dance in their national language. Juey Mitra sang a hindi song ‘Des Rangila’ . Her performance was highly appreciated by audience.

Students and Teachers were taken to Paris Tour. They also visited Ambasoddors of Albania and Ukraine. After the Event children visited the Senate and the Parliament. Overall it was an enjoyable and learning trip were children leant to communicate in difference languages and understand different cultures.

Visit to Mozambique for IFLC 2016 from 22 March to 27 March 2016

Muskan Arora a student of class XC, Tagore International School, East Of Kailash represented India at the 14 th International Festival of Language and Culture (IFLC) 2016, the largest and most prominent organization for promoting world languages and cultures. Muskan was accompanied by her teacher, Ms. Mamta Sinha.

IFLC is an organization dedicated to cultivate and educate the youth and create a platform to share their cultural heritage with their peers around the world. The programme was organised at Mozambique between 22 March, 2016 and 27 March, 2016. It gave students the opportunity to demonstrate their talents in presenting the culture and traditions of their respective countries. Muskan Arora’s performance on the Hindi song ‘Des Rangilla” was well appreciated by everyone there.

The weeklong programme saw over 14 countries participating in the festival. Young people from all over the world had a unique opportunity to come together and share their cultures. The festival gave students the opportunity to demonstrate their talents in presenting the culture and traditions of their respective countries. Students tried to engage with the visitors and the local community through initiating and participating in social, cultural, and educational activities. It was indeed one of the most enjoyable experiences for the participants because it gave them an opportunity of exchanging their cultures and build relationships. The children of the participating countries also visited the Ministry of Women and Social Affairs, Ministry of Defense, Ministry of Education and Ministry of Sports for their good wishes.

The hospitality of the natives of Mozambique and organizers of IFLC touched the hearts of all participating students. It was an experience of its kind that could not be ever forgotten.

 FACE TO FAITH –VC SESSION ON ENVIRONMENT 

 

FACE TO FAITH –VC SESSION ON ENVIRONMENT

PARTNER SCHOOLS :-GURUKUL – THE SCHOOL   AND AQUIL BRIGHT KIDS ACADEMY HIGH SCHOOL, PAKISTAN


DATE: 29th JANUARY, 2016  (FRIDAY)

FACILITATOR: MR. LUKE PANACCIO


The video conference between the three schools was facilitated by Mr Luke Panaccio.  The students of the three schools first explained the term ‘Environment’ and then spoke about the environment in their neighbourhood and the steps that the government has taken to protect and conserve our environment. Students asked each other about their home environment and the need of today to wisely use our resources as the population is still increasing. Mr Luke complimented the schools and told them their ten to fifteen minutes discussion was a ‘quality discussion’. The schools further discussed the ‘value’ of worshipping plants and animals too, as they are a part of our environment and no one has the right to exploit the environment. The value of the practise of ‘Vanmahotsava’ in India was also explained by the students. One of the questions asked by a student was ‘How does religion/faith help us in protecting our environment?’ The students answered that our sacred books tell us to protect our environment and our gardens too, as this is part of our culture. Lastly, a poem was shared by a student on the urgent need of protection of our environment.


 

A VISIT BY STUDENTS OF CHINESE SCHOOLS

A team of eighty Chinese students and ten teachers visited Tagore International School, East of Kailash on 28 January 2016. Atlantis Innovation & Edu Travels Pvt. Ltd, a leading international education outreach company in the Indian subcontinent, had organized the friendly trip.

The guests were given a traditional welcome and were greeted by the Principal of the school, Nandita Sahu. The students and teachers from China interacted with the faculty and students of the host school and participated in various activities arranged by them in the science and math labs and in the art room.  They thoroughly enjoyed the various cultural events which included  music and dances of India.

Various dance forms of India were organised to acquaint the guests with the Indian culture and its rich heritage. The Chinese students also enjoyed playing volleyball, basketball and cricket matches with the Tagoreans. They were deeply touched by the  hospitality of their Indian counterparts and thanked everyone for the love, care and warmth showered on them by the Tagoreans.

TIS PARTNERS WITH IFLC

IFLC-International Festival of Language and Culture is the largest and most prominent organization for promoting world languages and cultures. It is dedicated to cultivate and educate the youth and create a platform to share their cultural heritage with their peers around the world. The International Festival of Language and Culture first started in 2003 and proceeded with only 17 countries participating. Whereas last year, 145 countries had taken part in this event with more than 2000 participants. 

TIS is one of the seven schools from Delhi which will be a part of the mega showcasing of IFLC annual celebration and showcase for the diversity of linguistic talents from across the world in countries like Romania and Mozambique in the year, 2016. . The aim is to build strong ties and lasting friendships, and raising hopes for world peace.

Principals of both the branches of TIS,  Ms. Madhulika Sen and Ms. Nandita Sahu were a part of presenting the Brochure Proposal of -IFLC which was presented by Dr. Mahesh Sharma, Minister of State for Tourism & Culture (independent charge) and Minister of State for Civil Aviation, Govt. of India.

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IFLC project goes a step further taking blessings from Smt. Sonia Gandhi for their programme.
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Organizers have taken endorsements from top leaders of countries.

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Smt. Sushma Swaraj

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"FACE TO FAITH"- VIDEOCONFERENCING WITH 

YAZDAN KHAN GOVT. MODEL HIGH SCHOOL (PAKISTAN) HELD ON OCT 6,2015

 

On 06th October 2015, ten students from Class IX had video conferencing with ten students from Yazdan Khan Government Model High School in Pakistan. The topic for the video conferencing was Community – Festivals and Faith. The students interacted for about 30 minutes and shared information about their religious festivals, ideologies behind the same and were acquainted with the culture and festivals of the neighbouring country. Students from both the schools asked questions and interacted with each other in an endeavor to acquaint themselves better with their partner school. Our students took permission to show Dandiya Dance which was very well appreciated by the Facilitator, Mr. Sean Rose. At the end of the conference our students lit diyas and wished the students from Pakistan, a very happy Diwali.

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INDO – FRENCH EXCHANGE PROGRAMME, 2015 - 16

TAGORE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, EAST OF KAILASH & COLBERT HIGH SCHOOL, LORIENT

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As a part of the Indo French Student Exchange Programme, a delegation of twenty two students and three teachers from Tagore International School, East of Kailash went to Colbert High School in Lorient in the Brittany region of France for a period of thirteen days, from May21 – June 3, 2015.



On the day of arrival the Indian group stayed in Paris for two days and the French teachers for Colbert High school arranged a guided trip to all the touristic destinations in Paris like Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum, Sacre Coeur, Notre- Dame, etc. After two days stay in Paris the Indian delegation was given warm welcome in Lorient which was a six hours drive from Paris. Lorient is a very beautiful town located on the south coast of Brittany, where the Scorff river and the Blavet river join to form the roadstead of Lorient before merging into the Atlantic Ocean. Many interesting 

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visits were organized for the Indian group. like to the Port Manech, fortified town of Concarneau, Port Louis museum, Cité de la Voile, etc. The French

families were very kind and hospitable. The Principal of Colbert High school Mr. Mazrain was very hospitable. He organized many activities for both Indian students and the French students like football and volleyball matches, Cultural programmes, Robofiesta, etc. A few trips to nearby towns like Nantes, Vannes, Quiberon and Carnac were also organized for the students. 


On return the students visited Palace of Versailles. The trip to France was a learning experience for all. The French food, French monuments, their architecture, their academic system was a great learning experience. The students had an exposure to the French culture and tradition and had a good practice to hone their speaking and listening skills.

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FRENCH EXCHANGE PROGRAMME 2014-15

Tagore International School, East Of Kailash had an exchange programme with  Lycée Jean-Baptiste COLBERT in Lorient, in Brittany region of France. Three teachers, Ms. Alexandra, Mr. Jacques and Mr. Theiry Martin along with a group of 25 (22 boys and 3 girls) students arrived in Delhi on 02 April 2015 for a thirteen day visit. The school Head- Mistress, Ms. R. Banopreeya welcomed the foreign delegates. The host students of TIS as well as their French counterparts thoroughly enjoyed the various cultural events which included a soulful mix of music and dances of various states of India. To acquaint our guests of the Indian culture and its rich heritage yoga, taekwondo and aerobic activities and workshops on yoga and dances of India were organised. The French students also attended many activity classes and thoroughly enjoyed playing Volleyball and Football matches with Tagoreans which certainly helped in developing a close bond between the two schools. The TIS group went an extra mile to make their visit a memorable one and organised many outdoor excursions which included trips to Agra, Jaipur and monuments in Delhi. Mr. Jacques and Mr. Theiry also conducted a Robotics work shop for the TIS Robotics Club.The French delegates also loved walking down the streets of Janpath from where they bought souvenirs for their friends and family in France. It was indeed a touching moment to see the visitors relish the Indian cuisine, dress up in traditional Indian attire with bangles and bindis and apply henna on their hands at Dilli Haat. The French delegation were also deeply touched by the  hospitality of their Indian hosts during the home-stay and left India on 14 April 2015 with many pleasant memories and a hope to see their friends from India  visit them soon in May 2015.

 

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 NASA ATX Training at KSC VC 

(Organized by:- SPACE ASTRO TOURISM)

Dates: 4.6.2013 to 15.6.2013

It is said that living in a world without knowing what is happening around it is like roaming through a great library without touching even a single book. Keeping a vision of global exposure in mind, nine students of classes VII – XII  - Khushpreet, Sahil, Anmol, Shikhar, Sharad, Rajneesh, Paramveer, Deewansh and Jatin along with Shikha Ma’am had been to America on a 10-day tour organised by Space Astro Tourism.

 


Mr. Sachin Bahmba had been our tour director. The tour aimed at attending a 3 day camp at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, along with the visits to Times Square, Ground Zero, Statue of Liberty, American Museum of Natural History, Disneyland Orlando, Universal Studios’ Island of Adventure, Cocoa Beach and the mighty Niagara Falls.
The trip was planned in such a way that education and entertainment went hand in hand. Tour to the KSC had been an eye opener for us. During a span of a few hours, we were trained on the necessary skills desired in an astronaut. We were made aware of different operations related to the launch of a space shuttle, through a lineup of dedicated stimulators and softwares.
Meeting with an astronaut, Mr. John Blaha was a mesmerising experience for us. He showed no hesitation in clarifying all doubts related to the life of humans in space.

 

Our stay in USA was also marked with vivid memories of breathtaking architectural sites such as the One World Trade Center and the Ground Zero. The ferry ride to the Ellis Island, over which the Lady Liberty was situated, was an excellent experience. We enjoyed ourselves thoroughly at the Disneyland, and were spellbound by the excellent fireworks and electric parades at the park.
A short detour to the Cocoa Beach brought us close to the Atlantic Ocean. Niagara Falls had been an excellent halt towards the end of the trip, memories of which will be cherished in our minds forever.

  

We all are thankful to our very own Principal Ma’am for selecting this experience as our overseas trip for the year. At last, I would like to conclude with a statement by the U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt:

"Far better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs even though checkered by failure, than to rank with those timid spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much because they live in the gray twilight that knows neither victory nor defeat."
— U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt, 1910

Shikhar Jaiswal 

 

 TAGORE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL

East of Kailash
GOES GLOBAL

FRENCH EXCHANGE PROGRAMME

Tagore International School, East Of Kailash had an exchange programme with Lycée Henri Wallon in Valenciennes, in northern France. Two teachers, Ms. Patricia Vanneuville and Mr. James Worstead, along with a group of 19 students arrived in Delhi on 18 Feb 2012 for a ten day visit. The school Principal, Ms. Suman Nath welcomed the foreign delegates and introduced them to all teachers and students in the morning assembly. The host students of TIS as well as their French counterparts thoroughly enjoyed the various cultural events which included a soulful mix of music and dances of various states of India. To acquaint our guests of the Indian culture and its rich heritage yoga, taekwondo and aerobic activities and workshops on yoga and dances of India were organised. The French students also attended many activity classes and thoroughly enjoyed playing Cricket and Football matches with Tagoreans which certainly helped in developing a close bond between the two schools. The TIS group went an extra mile to make their visit a memorable one and organised many out door excursions which included trips to Agra, Jaipur and Pratap Garh Farms. The French delegates also loved walking down the streets of Janpath and Old Delhi from where they bought souvenirs for their friends and family in France. It was indeed a touching moment to see the visitors relish the Indian cuisine, dress up in traditional Indian attire with bangles and bindis and apply henna on their hands at Dilli Haat. The French delegation were also deeply touched by the hospitality of their Indian hosts during the home-stay and left India on 28 Feb 2012 with many pleasant memories and a hope to see their friends from India visit them soon in May 2012.

ACTIVITIES & OUTINGS ORGANISED FOR FRENCH STUDENTS
from 18 Feb. 2012-27 Feb 2012

18th Feb: The TIS host students and the teachers went to the airport to receive their French

guests. Two teachers, Ms. Patricia Vanneuville and Mr. James Worstead, along with a group of 19 students arrived in Delhi on 18 Feb 2012 at 10 a.m. for a ten-day visit . The group was brought to school from the airport where they saw the display put up by the students of classes KG-V. Then, the Indian and French students proceeded with their respective host parents to their houses. The host students took good care of their guests who were later taken to nearby places like Isckon Temple, markets, etc. The French students were familiarized with Indian culture and some parents took their French guest to see an Indian wedding and some took them to Indian religious ceremonies like special prayers in temples.

19th Feb: The French students felt at ease with their hosts and became very friendly with them. They forgot their jetlag and were enthusiastic about discovering the most they could do in limited time. They spent the whole day with their respective host family and were taken by them to amusement parks like Worlds of Wonder, while some took the visitors to famous places in Delhi like Lodhi Garden, India Gate, etc.

20th Feb: Everyone was very excited to go for a two-day visit to Jaipur the “PINK CITY”. The parents dropped their guests at New Delhi Railway station to board Jaipur Shatabdi.

On arrival at Jaipur at 10:30 a.m., they were received by the local officials of Hotel Khanddwa. They checked in, freshened up and had lunch at the hotel. After lunch they left for the Pink City Tour covering the famous Hawa Mahal ( Palace of Winds ), City Palace and Jantar Mantar. In the evening, witnessing the traditional Rajasthani Folk Dance at Hotel along with dinner was a mesmerizing experience of Indian culture for the visitors.

21st Feb: After an early breakfast at 7:30 a.m., the French delegates proceeded for the Amer Fort on an elephant. They saw the marvellous Shish Mahal built in the 17th Century in a fusion style of Hindu and Islamic art. Next, they saw the hall of public audiences and Maharaja Mansingh’s Palace and shopped at Bapu Market. They bought bangles, batic & Rajasthani printed clothes, beautiful bags, etc. Then they boarded Ajmer Shatabadi and reached Delhi at 2240 Hrs.

 

 

22nd Feb: A special morning assembly was organized for the French guests in the school grounds. The delegates interacted with the school’s French teacher, observed some English and French classes and happily interacted with the students and were shown a cultural programme comprising of Indian dance forms. The visitors were spellbound to see the beauty of Indian dances, the colourful costumes, etc. They also had a Yoga training session with our school’s yoga expert.After having lunch in school the French group along with their TIS hosts went to Dilli Haat for shopping.

The evening was spent with the host families.

               

 

            

23rd   Feb: Trip To Agra In The State Of Uttar Pradesh- The French delegates were enthusiastic about seeing the Taj Mahal and so the school organized a day’s trip to Agra. The host families dropped the students to school around 530am to depart by deluxe AC Volvo bus. There was a midway halt  at Kosi for breakfast.  After reaching Agra,  they visited the Taj Mahal - A symbol of eternal love was built by the Mughal emperor Shahjahan, in memory of his beloved wife Mumtaz.  In the evening, around 5pm, the group left for Delhi. On the way back, they stopped for a light dinner at McDonalds.

24th Feb: The French group in spite of being very tired, were very excited to come to school. All of them came with their host friends to the school and visited the school library. A beautiful programme comprising of Yoga, Taekwondo and Aerobics was organized for them. The Sports department of T.I.S. had organized a friendly cricket match between the French team and TIS cricket team. For many of them cricket was absolutely new and a great experience of cross-cultural bonding. After recess a film on school activities was screened for the French delegates.

Later during the day, they left for Janpath and had lunch at Mc Donalds with their TIS counterparts. The visitors spent the evening with the host families and some families took the guests for evening walks and to local parks.

25th Feb: A picnic in Jhajjar at Pratab Garh Farms ( Haryana) was organized and TIS students and teachers accompanied the guests. It was a real village experience for the guests where they enjoyed camel ride, bullock cart ride, had mud bath, the girls applied henna and everyone gorged on typical Indian food.

26th Feb: Sight seeing in Delhi was organised and the group visited Qutab Minar, Lotus temple, Humayun's Tomb, Raj Ghat, Jama Masjid and National Museum by HOHO bus. The French delegation was enthralled with the Delhi Darshan Visit that provided a glimpse into India’s cultural heritage.

27thFeb: In the morning, the French delegation attended school. The school Principal, Ms. Suman Nath presented them with gifts and mementoes. The group also interacted with the students of the French Club. A showcase of cultural programme performed by the Primary school students and a workshop of Indian Dance forms and Yoga were also organized for the guests. After the school, the visitors left with their TIS hosts and spent the evening with their host families.

28th Feb: In the morning around 9:30 a.m., the host families dropped their French guests at the Indira Gandhi International Airport and both the visitors and their hosts were sad at the time of parting. The French group thanked everyone for the love, care and warmth showered on them by their Indian host families. They promised to visit India soon and for a longer duration.

 

 


 

2011 Shanghai International Children’s Cultural & Art Festival

Our school has sent a troupe of sixteen students and two teachers to Shanghai, China to participate in “International Children’s Cultural & Art Festival- 2011”. This prestigious event is an international gathering designed for children to enhance friendly understanding and communications between nations.

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The Shanghai International Children’s Cultural & Art Festival is the first of its kind and has been taking place every three years since 1994. It offers a venue for children from the world over to demonstrate their national cultural heritage, voice their opinions on matters of global concern and perform roles that would help in the development of international communities.

  

We feel privileged to be the only school that has been invited to represent India amongst 43 nations. 16 students from classes VII to XI accompanied by Mrs Reeta Mathews & Mrs Kavita Bhatia will be performing at this festival. They will be showcasing Indian culture through dance and music and will also participate in the Closing Ceremony. Along with this they will represent India in the Youth Forum in which they will discuss the various ways to Lead A Low Carbon Life.

 

The school has received a congratulatory message from Mr. Diwan Chand , Director of Education & Sports  for participating in Shanghai International Children’s Cultural & Art Festival.

  

FRENCH CONNECTION

The students of TIS, EOK had an online Exchange programme with Lycée Henri Wallon, in,Valenciennes in France. Students of Class X along with French teacher Ms. Preeti Chawla and English teacher Ms. Kumudini. The students interacted with their counterpart in France and their English teacher Ms. Patricia Vanneuville on Indian and French Culture. This exchange will further lead to exchange of visits to eachother's country.

                   

Online Education Exchange Programme

Ms. Snehlata Chaudhary ,an English Teacher of our school conducted an online English Grammar class for 7th Grade students of Number 2 Secondary School in Bulgaria.

The students were under the supervision of Daniela Dekova. It was a very interesting and interactive class.

TIS EOK will have more such online Education Exchange programmes in versatile areas and subjects in near future with other schools across globe.

                                                

 

UKIERI (UK-India Education and Research Initiative)

  • TIS EOK is an active member of (UKIERI)
  • The aim to create a 'step change' in educational relations between India and the UK over the next five years, so that in the longer term the two countries become each other's partner of choice in education.

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ISA- International School Award(by:- British Council )

  • ISA is an accreditation scheme that specifically recognizes contribution of schools in adding International Dimension to education.
  • ISA provides a practical tool for schools to design, develop and implement international activities effectively.
  • It also provides an opportunity to Indian schools to develop links with schools in the UK and work towards enhancing the International Dimension in the curriculum.
  • TIS EOK is working to get this British Council International School Award ( ISA).

 

DUKE University Talent Identification Program( Duke TIP):-

  • Two students Rachit Gulati & Prerna Singh of class IX-C have been selected by Duke TIP to attend a 3 weeks summer training program i.e from 18th May, 2008 to 7 th June, 2008 in the campus of IIM Ahemdabad
  • Prerna Singh will get training in Engineering Problem solving
  • Rachit Gulati will get training on Java for Video Games.

 

Exchange Programs with other International Schools:
TIS EOK is doing on-line exchange program with following schools

School:-2 Secondary School in Bulgaria

  • Teacher co-ordinator is Mrs. Daniela D. Stefanova .
  • Ten students of Class VI will be exchanging their ideas , culture , their curriculum with their counterparts.

College National Bp Hasdeus in Romania

  •  Teacher co-ordinator is Mrs. Vioricanebel

Kobe Municipal F Fukiai Senior school in Japan

  • Talk on exchange program is going on
  • The co-ordinator is Mrs. M. Rosannie M Sabanal

Groupe Citcs Afrique Senegal

  • Talk on exchange program is going on
  • Teacher co-coordinator Mr. Antoine Diatta.

 

Soccer Tournament in USA

Students went to United States (Cleveland, Ohio) for Soccer tournament from 2nd July to 10th July 07.After playing the tournament students went for New York City Trip.

Name of the students :

 

Soccer Training Session (Wednesday 9 April, 2008)

  • Tagore International School, East of Kailash conducted a Soccer Training Session (with world's No. 1 Coerver's Soccer School ) in the school premises on Wednesday

Following Coaches from the Coervers Academy were invited to give a training session to the school’s senior, junior, Sub-junior and mini Soccer team:

  •  Mr. Paul Gibbons Paul “Gibbo” Regional Director of Coerver Coaching Southeast USA ,Director of Coaching and Coerver Technical Skills Specialist at TCU
  •  Mr. Shaun and Mr Nicholas Gates former England Youth International and Harvard University graduate Nick Gates co-founded PLAY SOCCER, a soccer coaching and retail company in New Englan
  • These coaches taught the students how to get pass a defender by using many tricks like scissors, double scissors,360 degree turn, baking, etc. The students learnt a lot as well as enjoyed themselves from this session.

 

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