The popular performing arts project for schools is back!
Engaging schools for over 33 years, the festival commits itself in quality development and promotion of the art in classrooms across India. Over the years, schools participating in the inter-school drama festival were engaged through a wide assortment of theatre inputs.
The engagements ranged from live events, outreach activities to production oriented capacities such as workshops, training programme and etc. The engagements have earned always teams all teams the much needed in-depth experience, appreciation of teamwork, valuing the showcase of productions over winning (always!) Overall, it has always motivated schools to acknowledge and appreciate theatre as an art.
The International School Award has been assigned a new mailbox. Henceforth, please send all queries pertaining to International School Award (ISA) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Do not send ISA related queries to anyone's personal e-mail id.
We received several entries for the 100 Words competition. Thank you for participating so enthusiastically in the competition. You can watch the 100 words performance live by clicking on http://www.ustream.tv/channel/onehundredwords. The performance will go live at 1000 hours UK time (1430 hours Indian time) today.
Enriching Education Workshop - Thiruvananthapuram
An introduction to international learning
Education for global citizenship
100 words and multicultural understanding
100 words competition in Alchemy Festival 2013
This year’s 100 words and Connecting Classrooms Alchemy project is open to all schools across south Asia working with British Council under the Connecting Classrooms programme. This is a chance for students to share ideas and creative work (in not more than 100 words) with people from across London through the Alchemy Festival at the South Bank Centre in London.
Schools are invited to send entries in either of the two categories:
Inviting applications from Indian schools for partnership with schools in Wales
Inviting applications from students for the LONDON INTERNATIONAL YOUTH SCIENCE FORUM – 2013.
CPD Training at At-Bristol, UK for mentor teachers of the winners of Shell Junior National Science Scholarship Programme 2012
Fairytale End to the School Drama Festival
Thank you all for participating at the Global Policy Dialogue at New Delhi on 9 and 10 January, 2013and making it a grand success. Hope you all had a wonderful enriching time exchanging views and opinions from experts across the globe.
You can download the interim report of the global policy dialogue from here.
The detailed report of the seminar will be available within a month's time.
To read the speech of Sir James Bevan, click here.
To read the coverage of the event on UNESCO site, click here.
To read the report put up by Adrian Fenton, Young People's Programme Manager, British Science Association, click here.
You can also download the presentation by Tom Andrews, General Manager, TES India. Click here to go to TES India website.