Category: Ekya JP Nagar

#StudentBlogger: My School – A Poem by Aarya Vivaan Dama, Grade 1, EJPN

Ekya is my schoolWe go to school by carpoolFirst, we go to preschoolWhere we use materials as toolsSo that we can learn things soonI play, dance, paint and come back afternoonMy teachers treat each one as special oneOnce we do...

/ April 9, 2021

#StudentBlogger: Poetry – Deep Dives by Sriram Prajwal M.V, Grade 5, EJPN

Deep Dives with Shriram Who Am I? #introduction M.V. Shriram is my name;I play football which is my favourite game.I am very tidy and clean;please don’t think to others I am mean. I love games a lot,Always stay happy is...

/ March 17, 2021

#StudentBlogger: The Little Rainmaker – Book Review by Sreemayi Ramesh, Grade 5, EJPN

Gripping and heart – warming! The Little Rainmaker by Roopal Kewalya (Published by Penguin Random House in 2018) It is the year 2028 and it hasn’t  rained for nearly ten years. People drink a chemical version of water, called as...

/ March 17, 2021

#StudentBlogger: Mesmerizing Iceland – Travelogue by Siri Sharma, Grade 5, EJPN

“Mesmerizing Iceland – Land of Fire & Ice” On the night of 21st December 2018, my parents and I left for the airport for our vacation in Iceland. When we landed in Iceland, it was the evening of 22nd December....

/ March 17, 2021

#StudentBlogger: The Future of Journalism by Meera Karthik, Grade 5, EJPN

Meera’s Blogbox (2020) Categories –  The Future of Journalism  Letter to the PMO (Prime Minister’s Office) appreciating current scenario or voicing your concern about it Your review – Give your critical viewpoint on any law or act / movie /...

/ March 17, 2021

#StudentBlogger: Autobiography of an Inanimate Object by Ojasvini Ghosh, Grade 5, EJPN

A Note from a Notebook I don’t like to interrupt people, but as I see, you just got attracted to my autobiography. I know the name of my autobiography looks just like another exciting short story, but let me assure...

/ March 17, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: How to have an effective parent-teacher interaction by Ms. Sreepriya Unnikrishnan, EJPN

Getting the most out of a parent-teacher interaction “Education is a shared commitment between dedicated teachers, motivated students and enthusiastic parents with high expectations” – Bob Beauprez I resonate with this thought and believe that unless and until we educators...

/ March 3, 2021

#TeacherBlogger: Approaching Science – Virtually by Ms. Aarthi V B – Senior school faculty, EJPN

Science is learnt by doing experiments and making observations. As a science teacher, taking students to the lab and getting them to try experiments gives me a feeling of immense accomplishment. The moment a lab session is announced, the students...

/ February 23, 2021

#StudentBlogger: The Big Ballad of Wee Wee Tan by Ananya Arun, Grade 6, EJPN

The Big Ballad Of wee Wee Tan Here starts a dense story, Of a great chicken's glory. There once was a hen Her name was Wee Tan Her jokes were lame, But her brain was a flame Afterall, a hen...

/ January 25, 2021

#StudentBlogger: 2020 – A Year That Could Have Been by Niranjana Arun, Grade 7, EJPN

2020 – The Year That Could Have Been They call 2020 ‘the year that could have been’, Turns out this year wasn’t so green.  It started off with the Australian forest fires, Many died, the situation was quite dire. Habitats...

/ January 25, 2021