Category: Hear from Our Students

#TeacherBlogger: Starve Their Distractions and Feed Their Focus By, Ms. Rumana Teaching Staff, Ekya School, JP Nagar

Classroom management “Starve their distractions and feed their focus”, is the mantra to keep students engaged. Students returning to school after a break are distracted and distressed, this takes away their focus from learning and the teacher’s focus from teaching,...

/ September 20, 2022

#StudentBlogger: The School Independence Day 2022 By, Mohana Veena Grade, 10B, CMRNPS

The School Independence day 2022 – My Experience The morning of any major event in school demanded that I wake up early, and I always obliged. So naturally, I had gone to school at least 45 minutes earlier than was...

/ September 17, 2022

#Teachers’ Day By, Mohana Veena Grade 10B, Ekya School, JP Nagar

TEACHER’S DAY On September 5th of every year, it is common knowledge that our country celebrates the annual Teacher’s Day. But do you know some of the most interesting facts about teachers, schools, and the education systems all over the...

/ September 13, 2022

#StudentBlogger: Memorable And Adventurous Trip To Gods Own Country By, Aaryan Vittal Grade 4A, Ekya School, JP Nagar

The 3 states- memorable and Adventurous trip to God’s own country- KERALA As we had a long weekend we suddenly planned a trip to Kerala! But we read about the floods in Kerala so we cautiously planned the trip with...

/ September 13, 2022

#StudentBlogger: Krishna Janmashtami By, Aaryan Vittal Grade 4A, Ekya School, JP Nagar

Krishna Janmashtami 2022 Hi everyone.. How did you celebrate Janmashtami this year? What do you like about God Krishna??  Janmashtami is Krishna’s Happy birthday celebration, who would not like a birthday celebration isn’t it?? I love to celebrate it. my...

/ September 13, 2022

#StudentBlogger: If Wishes Were Horses, Beggars Would Ride By, Prisheta Ravi Murugan Grade 8, Ekya School, Byrathi

If Wishes Were Horses, Beggars Would Ride       “If wishes were horses, beggars would ride” is a proverb that implies that, if just wishing could make things happen, then even the poorest of people would have everything they wanted. While...

/ September 8, 2022

#TeacherBlogger: Happiness By, Ms.Sheba Teaching Staff, Ekya School, ITPL

Students of Grade 3C conducted an assembly on the theme ‘Happiness’. It was intriguing to watch them recite slokas and explain how important it is for us to keep ourselves and our loved ones happy. The props done by the...

/ September 8, 2022

#TeacherBlogger: Bulletin Boards By, Michelle Clarke Teaching Staff, Ekya School, Byrathi

Bulletin Boards Bulletin boards are a powerful learning tool for classrooms. Bulletin boards serve a crucial part in any educational setting, whether they’re used to display the periodic table, the class calendar, or to welcome back students. They certainly brighten...

/ September 8, 2022

#TeacherBlogger: Kindness By, Mrs Ann Philip Teaching Staff, Ekya School, Byrathi

The past two years and more have influenced both children and adults in more ways than we can understand. Children have seemingly lost their connection with those around them; they have become technology addicts and have lost their ability to...

/ September 8, 2022

#TeacherBlogger: The Number One Problem In The Classroom Is Not Discipline; It Is The Lack of Procedures And Routines By, Virginia Isaac Teaching Staff, Ekya School, Byrathi

“The number one problem in the classroom is not discipline; it is the lack of procedures and routines.” ~ Harry Wong Very true! These words perfectly echo the truth and reality of all educators and classrooms across the world.  Effective...

/ September 8, 2022