#TeacherBlogger: SPONGE By, Lavanya Nair , Co-curricular Coordinator (Primary School, Ekya Schools, Byrathi

As the famous quote goes, “EVERYDAY IS A CHANCE TO LEARN SOMETHING NEW”. After pondering for a long time and introspecting myself, I realized that I consider myself a sponge. Just as the sponge absorbs a lot of water, I...

/ May 16, 2022

#StudentBlogger: THE COOL CARAVAN TRIP By, Aaryan Vittal, Grade 4, Ekya Schools, JP Nagar

The preparation:- My wish was to travel in a caravan. Recently my wish came true by going to a campervan which is called LuxeCamper, and my brother joined me on the trip, I met him after 2 years! which made...

/ May 16, 2022

#TeacherBlogger: Ways To Teach Communication Skills By, Sajida Mohammed English and Social Science Teacher, Ekya Schools, Byrathi

Ways to Teach Communication Skills in the Classroom “The art of communication is the language of leadership.” –James Humes Building communication skills are supremely important in every aspect of life. In today’s world, communication is the most vital skill that...

/ May 14, 2022

#StudentBlogger: Digital Citizen By, Ribhav Nair Grade 7, Ekya Schools, Byrathi

It’s been three years since online school started, and since then, most have improved their dynamics with how best to use the internet, and become more aware of the true meaning of digital citizenship. We have learnt how we can...

/ May 14, 2022

#TeacherBlogger: Ways to help children use internet safely by, Mathangi R, Academic Coordinators, Ekya Schools, JP Nagar

The debate of whether we should let our young generation access the internet no longer exists, thanks to the pandemic that swept us by surprise and left us shocked and dependent on online tools and platforms. Online schooling has exposed...

/ May 13, 2022

#StudentBlogger: Experienceing Visual Arts by, Karthik E, Visual Art Facilitator, Ekya Schools

“The benefits of the visual arts are lifelong. Visual art does not have boundaries. It enables people to play with materials, to express their thinking, to problem solve and make sense of emotions,” Dr Lindsay said. In line with the...

/ May 13, 2022

#StudentBlogger: A Walk into Nature By, Veer Pratap Singh Grade 11, Ekya Schools BTM Layout

As part of our service learning program, the student council along with some other students had visited the Bannerghatta national park. The service learning programme is a co curricular activity conducted with students, where they volunteer to better our society,...

/ April 27, 2022

#TeacherBlogger: MUN Club By, Virginia Issac By, English And Social Science Teacher, Ekya Schools Byrathi

Mahatma Gandhi’s words, “We must become the change we want to see in the world” are unquestionably relevant in the contemporary scenario as the youth of this vibrant nation, the future, who carve out their ideas in the present are...

/ April 20, 2022

#StudentBlogger: Carnatic Music By, Shreyaa Siddarth By, Grade 9B, Ekya Schools JP Nagar

Carnatic Music: A Journey Carnatic music, the delicate harmony that once was born on the banks of the Kaveri River, made its way into my life at the age of four. But its influence on both my family and myself...

/ April 20, 2022

#CounsellorBlog: Motivations For Media Use By, Susmitha H Counselor, Ekya Schools JP Nagar

Why do teenagers get involved in excess social media usage? Understanding our adolescent children There are various reasons for teenagers as well as adults to use social media. They can include entertainment, tension relief, staying relevant with popular culture or...

/ April 20, 2022