Category: Hear from Our Students

The Truth of Time

The Truth of Time The mountain tops shiver As the snow begins to shower The water flows to cover The secrets of the river. The birds trill near the lake As the morning sun awake The lion cub to take...

/ October 10, 2023

Financial literacy from an early age

It’s Jan 2022, I am in grade 6 as a substitute teacher. I ask the students to introduce themselves. They also get curious to know about me. As soon as I tell them that I am a senior grade teacher...

/ October 10, 2023

A Guide To Navigating Academic Stress

Academic pressure and impending board exams can feel like an overwhelming storm, but as a 10th-grade student who’s been through the burnout ringer, I’ve discovered effective strategies to stay afloat. When stress creeps in, I lean on a toolbox of...

/ October 10, 2023

The Guiding Light

Education is not limited to the mere transfer of knowledge from textbooks to students. It encompasses much more than that. As teachers, we have the noble responsibility of not only providing academic education to young minds but also moulding their...

/ October 10, 2023

Are We Really Learning?

It’s now very common in the world that education is only through writing and rote. This vicious cycle goes on and on and on! Pretty boring isn’t it? Did you know that a hundred years ago, education was practically the...

/ October 10, 2023

A knight with great confidence

“The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease forever to be able to do it.” Confidence is an individual’s trust in themselves and their ability to succeed. Confident people tend to create their happiness. They are proud of...

/ October 10, 2023

A world of possibilities

“I used to follow all the guidelines given by my parents. I used to help my parents with household chores. I never demanded anything from them.” – typical thoughts of a parent of a 21st-century child. “I used to complete...

/ October 10, 2023

An Inside Look At…CHEMISTRY!

You all must be wondering what I’m talking about. Is CHEMISTRY just like a usual subject, No! It’s more than just that. Chemistry according to the dictionary is the emotional interaction between two people. And that’s how my English teacher...

/ October 10, 2023

Leonard Cohen: The Beauty of Brokenness

A wordsmith, a thinker. Words wear silence the moment he dons his performance space. The singer-songwriter in focus is Leonard Cohen, the wonder boy of Alessandria, who speaks the language of love in his ambiguous ever-deepening baritone. Probably, he longed...

/ October 10, 2023

#TeacherBlogger: Strategies for Learners to Stay Motivated and Curious By B Rushitha Shetty , Ekya School, BTM Layout

Have you ever experienced a learning plateau? That frustrating feeling when you seem to hit a wall and can’t seem to make any progress? It’s a common phenomenon that many learners face at some point in their learning journey. Don’t...

/ September 8, 2023