A Look At Ekya Schools’ Green Infrastructure Designs: Facilitating Learning & Student Engagement

“Is your child reluctant to wake up for school in the morning?” “Is he/she disinterested in attending classes?” “Do you wonder why?” It is widely understood that a child’s learning curve can be greatly influenced by their curriculum, pedagogy and...

/ March 8, 2023

#TeacherBlogger: A field trip to the barn By Sheba Lal Bhatia, Teaching Staff, Ekya school, ITPL

What is better than giving a reality to the childhood rhyme ‘Old McDonald had a farm’ and making children feel and feed the farm animals? What is better than touching our roots most skillfully? The students of Ekya ITPL put...

/ March 2, 2023

#StudentBlogger: Outbound Trip to Hampi By Siri Sharma, Grade 7B, Ekya School, JP Nagar

Introduction to Hampi:  Hampi is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a cultural and architectural heritage site built over 200 years ago. Hampi is known for its sprawling landscape of massive formations of rocks and boulders. Though the city is mostly...

/ March 2, 2023

#TeacherBlogger: Mental well being By Mumtaz Begum, Teaching Staff, Ekya school, BTM Layout

The greatest gift of all Cannot be bought in stores or malls It is the treasure of being heard truly heard It is the gift of listening to hopes, fears, dreams, and hurts. Listening demonstrates acceptance, caring and hope, taking...

/ March 2, 2023

#StudentBlogger: Need for Speed By Nawal Kotla, Grade 12, Ekya School, BTM Layout

Formula 1 is the pinnacle of motorsports and is considered the fastest sport in the world. The races are filled with adrenaline-pumping action, as race car drivers navigate hairpin turns and high-speed straights at breakneck speeds. These high speeds create...

/ March 1, 2023

#TeacherBlogger: Books for All By Sweta Rao, Teaching Staff, Ekya school, JP Nagar

The Power of Reading Is reading overrated? Some believe it is, and others think it can transform lives. We’d like to know what reading involves and whether it deserves its importance. What is reading? Reading is looking at written symbols...

/ March 1, 2023

#TeacherBlogger: Bulletin boards are a powerful learning tool for classrooms By Ms Michelle clarke, Teaching Staff, Ekya school, Byrathi

Bulletin boards are crucial in any educational setting, whether used to display the periodic table, the class calendar, or welcome back students. They brighten up drab and empty walls, but they’re more than a cheerful decoration. Displays on bulletin boards...

/ March 1, 2023

#StudentBlogger: The cat who had seen too much By Ritam Reddy, Grade 10, Ekya School, Byarathi

The sun cowered behind the clouds with no silver lining, and my owner popped yet another can of tuna to satisfy my gluttony as a spoiled house cat. Cats, such as myself, are, more often than not, generalised as a...

/ March 1, 2023

#TeacherBlogger: Modern Village By, Bharathi K Teaching Staff, Ekya school, Byrathi

Have You Been To This Model Village Theme Park That Highlights The Cultural Heritage Of Karnataka? We must not forget our roots and origins as we move towards a modern lifestyle. Let us introduce Rangoli Gardens, a model village theme...

/ February 13, 2023

Communicating Education

Communicating education is being transparent about the changes in educational systems, which helps build trust between parents and the school. Trust is essential to ensure parents are comfortable and confident in their child’s educational journey. The best school systems worldwide...

/ February 7, 2023