Visit to orphanage and old age home

Students of Grades IX and X from Ekya School JP Nagar visited Bharatiya Grameena Mahila Sangha, an orphanage and old age destitute home on the 29th of January 2016. The inmates of the old age home were very happy to...

/ February 16, 2016

Children participate in colouring competition

At Ekya, the focus is not only on academics and physical development but equal importance is given to creativity. Here you can see our little artists at work taking part in the Colouring and Painting Competition on 12th February 2016.

/ February 16, 2016

Pre-primary students showcase artistic talents

Drawing, colouring and painting are mediums of expression for a child. Children’s creativity, imagination, fine motor and observation skills are developed through it. On 12th February 2016, Friday, the little ones at Ekya, ITPL had an opportunity to exhibit these...

/ February 16, 2016

Learning repetitive addition in Maths

Students of Grade I B and I C learnt the concept of repetitive addition through a wonderful activity using pieces of straw. The activity entailed grouping the straws and sticking them with the number given. The students understood the concept...

/ February 16, 2016

Spell Bee Competition winners

We proudly present the winners of the Spell Bee Competition that was held at Ekya JP Nagar as part of Reading Week.

/ February 11, 2016

Conclusion of Reap Benefit Engagement

The Reap Benefit Engagement at Ekya ITPL was a grand success. Not only will we be saving 4,25,170 litres of water per year, but students are also contemplating implementing innovative water conservation solutions at home. A group of students installed UPOs in...

/ February 9, 2016

Picnic for Grade IV-X students

Good food, a bunch of friends, hills for trekking, an adrenaline rush from adventure activities, and music to tango and soothe the soul. What more do you require to unwind and relax? Students of Grade IV-X of Ekya School, JP...

/ February 9, 2016

Listen and Draw competition results

Listening is the gateway to understanding and communicating and, therefore, is absolutely critical for language learners. If students are unable to listen carefully, they will miss out on important interactions both inside and outside the classroom. Learning to listen carefully...

/ February 4, 2016
orange day

Orange Day

Orange is a vibrant colour. It is the only colour of the spectrum whose name is borrowed from an object, the popular fruit. It is the colour of vivid sunset, fire, vegetables, flowers, fish and many citrus fruits. Children of...

/ February 1, 2016