Ebenezer International School Bangalore has set the benchmark for conducting activities in such a way that the students not only enjoy but also learn a great deal from it.
In the academic year 2018-19, various activities like Inter-house debate, chess, talent hunt, street plays, extempore, just a minute competitions and sports heats were held. The grant annual day programme was also held in the month of December. Students from all the four houses, namely Mandela, Lincoln, Teresa and Nehru came forward to make these competitions a success.
While some students were given awards for attaining the first position, the other students were appreciated for their participation. Apart from the Inter-house competition, the school was also a host to celebrating different festivals like Diwali and Christmas.
All in all, the year has been a witness to a number of successful events wherein the students and teachers have come together, worked effortlessly and supported each other to make each event a memorable one leaving behind a smile on everyone’s faces and giving the outgoing batch of students memories to cherish for a lifetime.
JUST A MINUTE / DEBATE/ EXTEMPORE
These events gave the students an opportunity to exhibit their oratorical skills. The participants armed with right facial expressions, body movements and gestures made their arguments more emphatic.
TALENT HUNT OR TALENT SHOW
This event provided the students to exhibit their uniqueness through a different form of art. It was a great way to boost their self-esteem, confidence
STREET PLAY (ENGLISH AND HINDI)
Such events give the students an opportunity to not just spread awareness on social and political issues but they were also able to come up with their individual ideas to help overcome drawbacks prevailing in our present-day society. The catchy phrases, songs, crisp script, humor
SPORTS HEATS (INDOOR AND OUTDOOR)
The positive experiences that sports and an active lifestyle helped the students to work collaboratively not just with their schoolmates but with students of other schools too. This was a great boost to their self-esteem and helped them in becoming more confident and appreciative of others.
We have 20 high school children participate in exploring new dishes, which are prepared without fire. They learn the art of measuring ingredients, mixing, peeling, blending and chopping vegetables or fruits.