2022 Taiwan & India Exchange Program
Taiwan: Doug Guang Elementary School, Kaohsiung.
India: Bal Bharati Public School, New Delhi.
Students from sister school introduced special clothes in their country, and talked about their functions and dressed timing.
Students from Bal Bharati Public School performed activities to study the properties and importance of Khadi in India.
Students explained the uses of ALOE VERA and CAROM in India.
Students introduced different types of plants which grown in Taiwan and India, and talked about their characteristic and functions.
2022-INDIA TAIWAN EXCHANGE PROGRAM
India- Bal Bharati Public School, Manesar
Taiwan- Dong Guang Elementary School, Kaohsiung
Students of Bal Bharati Public School, Manesar had an interaction with their counterparts from Dong Guang Elementary School, Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Students interacted as per given schedule
There were introductory greetings from both sides and some exchange of ideas about each other’s school atmosphere, food, festivals, musical Instruments and nearest places of tourism. Students were excited about the talk and are looking forward to further interactions.
INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE PROGRAM
Datong Elementary School Chiayi County, Taiwan
Bal Bharati Public School,Manesar
AGENDA- Pre-meeting session for teacher interaction Session
An interaction was conducted with Datong Elementary School Chiayi County, Taiwan in which they shared about how they want to proceed with the Cultural exchange programme.The teachers of Datong Elementary School shared their experiences and the topics which they would like to be included in the exchange. The details of the meeting have been shared below.
Classes Involved – 4 to 6
Culture and Festivals
The session was taken up by Ms.Romika Wadhwa and Ms.Ritu Kapoor. It was really an interactive session and we look forward to exchange our ideas with them by the coming week.
It is a British Organisation specialising in International cultural and educational opportunities. It works in over 100 countries, promoting a wider knowledge, encouraging cultural, scientific, technological and educational cooperation with the UK and changing people’s life through access to UK education, skills, qualification, culture and society.
By integrating the international dimension in our curricular and co-curricular framework, the activities of the ISA were performed with the zeal and enthusiasm of belonging to a global community. The spirit which pervaded throughout the school brought to life the maxim ‘We are the World’. Students of all classes found the activities enriching, meaningful and purposeful. With this commitment that this learning and implementation will continue year over year, we express our deepest regard for the initiators of the programme which has brought about a change in the attitudes and mind-sets of all stakeholders.