Category: Hear from Our Students

#TeacherBlogger: Festivals and celebrations in Early Years By, Nikhat Yasmin Ekya ITPL

Festivals and celebrations in Early Years, Ekya ITPL The best way to preserve everything is to teach our future generations about it. Our country has a rich culture and the best part is the unity in diversity. In Ekya our...

/ September 24, 2021

#StudentBlogger: Fake News By, Manvi Sudarshan Grade 7 B, Ekya JP Nagar

The media controls what we think!   Hi everyone. This is Manvi from Grade 7B. Today I will be stating my opinion about media-controlling – how and what we think.  In his dystopian novel, ‘1984’ author George Orwell brings in a...

/ September 24, 2021

#StudentBlogger: Technology and Nature – Finally Balanced By, Vipin V Lokesh Grade 10 A, Ekya JP Nagar

Thanos would be proud. We have cracked the code to balance the yin and yang of human life. Technology and nature now stand shoulder to shoulder to pave the way for the future. The environment has been something that has...

/ September 24, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES: CRIS OR OPPORTUNITY? By, Aarthi V B Biology Teacher for Grade 7-10, Ekya JP Nagar

Does catering to individual differences mean teaching 30 different curriculums to 30 different students in one classroom? Or does it mean aiming at the “average” and taking the middle ground in content? In practice, it is impossible to devise a...

/ September 24, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: Online Confession By, Virginia Isaac High School Teacher, Ekya Byrathi

A year has gone by, distance learning in full swing, For teachers and students, nothing changed, not a thing, The same old routine and all through zoom, Humans in the tiny squares, sitting in a decorated room. Scratched my head,...

/ September 24, 2021

#StudentBlogger: The Cloud By Prerana Moolchandani Grade 10A, Ekya JP Nagar

The day I saw the cloud, Or rather observed it, The stunning fact that I found, Was that it only floated. 😉 Neither legs nor hands, They float in buoyant gangs, Relaxed and stress-free, They dance around in pleasant glee. Blunt...

/ September 22, 2021

#StudentBlogger: SIGNIFICANCE OF AUGUST IN HISTORY By Mohana Veena Routh Grade 9B, Ekya JP Nagar

SIGNIFICANCE OF THE MONTH AUGUST IN HISTORY In the history of this world, the month of August is a sanctuary for many liberating as well as sorrowful events. In a lot of ways, this month had an everlasting impact on...

/ September 21, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: Traction or Distraction By Divya A S, Primary Teacher and Librarian, Ekya JP Nagar

Are we towards Traction or Distraction? Let’s begin with a small story that most of you would have read on your own or heard from your elders during your early childhood days…..Once upon a time in a thick jungle lived...

/ September 21, 2021

#StudentBlogger: MAMA ODIE AND ME By Ananya Arun, Grade 7C, Ekya JP Nagar

Who knew that every fish has its personality? I certainly didn’t. Until I bought my fish. Today, I will tell the story of a most peculiar and noteworthy fish. I had an aquarium with a dozen fish already. This newcomer...

/ September 21, 2021

#StudentBlogger: A Trip to Flexibility By Shriya Ramashimha Grade:6C Ekya JP Nagar

Every single day, we are asked to do any kind of physical exercise, let it be playing outside, or stretching indoors. But have you ever wondered why and how stretching helps us? Everything in the universe has Science behind it,...

/ September 21, 2021