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Work Exposure Programme at Ekya Schools – Key Education Foundation

We are a couple of weeks into the Work Exposure Program (WEP) at Ekya Schools and sister institution CMR National Public School. Our team sat down with Ms. Sripriya S from Grade 10 of Ekya School ITPL, to discuss her...

/ April 24, 2018

Cambridge IGCSE at Ekya Schools

At Ekya Schools, our focus lies not just on our curriculum but also the learning experience our children take away each day. We believe in making our lessons immersive, fun and thought-provoking. Education is all about understanding and experiencing. It...

/ April 23, 2018

Understanding the Science Curriculum at Ekya Schools

Science is both a body of knowledge and a process, and understanding both is essential not only to learn it but to also make progress.The learning of science is similar for all learners, whether children or scientists. In order to...

/ April 13, 2018

Sound and Light Show at Ekya ITPL – Stories from Our Schools

To be alive in this beautiful, self-organizing universe — to participate in the dance of life with senses to perceive it, lungs that breathe it, organs that draw nourishment from it — is a wonder beyond words. – Joana Macy...

/ April 4, 2018

Understanding the Computer Science Curriculum at Ekya Schools

In most schools, Computer Science is addressed as a subject where students learn about Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint. Here, the focus is more on using generic application software and less about encouraging students to research, analyze, and problem-solve using...

/ March 30, 2018

Bangalore’s Garbage Crisis – Grade 4 Design Thinking at Ekya

One of the biggest challenges faced by cities across the globe is the management of the waste they generate every day. Students from Grade 4 C of Ekya JP Nagar took up this challenge, visiting the garbage crisis faced by...

/ March 22, 2018

Understanding the Social Science Program at Ekya Schools

Gone are the days when a class in History revolved around marking important portions in a textbook and listing out dates whose significance is not just historical but also for answering questions for examinations. When learning about a country in...

/ March 15, 2018

Diet Tips for the Exam Season – Ekya Recommends

It is that time of the year! Timetable? Stuck by the study table. Notes? Compiled and sorted. Stationery? Freshly stocked! Diet Plan? Huh? As students from across the country take on their final exams, we look at how their diets...

/ March 8, 2018

Women of Ekya – Celebrating International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day is annually observed on 8th March – a day of recognizing and celebrating women around the globe, the values they bring as individuals and as part of a community, highlighting the challenges and struggles each one of...

/ March 8, 2018

11 Reading Tips for First Graders – Ekya Recommends

Our series so far has explored reading tips for Infants, Toddlers, and Kindergarteners. In this blog piece, we visit the age group that’s one step higher where reading plays a vital role in every aspect of learning – First Graders....

/ March 6, 2018