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Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar goes global

delhi Updated: Jul 08, 2012 23:42 IST
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Fifteen students, along with three teachers of Tagore International School, Vasant Vihar visited France recently, as a part of an Indo- French exchange programme. The students visited the Kennedy Space Centre and met a veteran astronaut, Wendy Lawrence. Two students of the school were also selected to represent India at the asian youth development programme in Okinawa. The aim was to find ways and come up with solutions to combat environmental problems at a global level.

The primary school headmistress, Preeti Chadha along with the French teacher visited Auckland Girls Public School, New Zealand as part of an educational exchange programme. A memorandum of understanding was signed for the exchange programme to continue each year between teachers and students.

The students of Ryan International School, Greater Noida, brought laurels to their school at the global round of the World Scholars Cup, held recently at Bangkok, Thailand. They excelled at an international level while competing with over 100 best schools with more than 1000 students from across the globe. The theme of the competition was the 'world in a flux', where the students presented their skills in collaborative writing, team building, debates, covering all facets of global issues, highlighting their critical thinking . The presence of Ryan Pinto, the CEO of Ryan Group of Institutions motivated the students. The school was adjudged among the top meritorious teams to qualify for the finals champions round to be held at the Yale University, USA later this year.

Pathways World School, Gurgaon, organised a trip to the NASA space centre in the US for its students. Five teams were made uniting the students of Pathways World School, Doon School and Gurukul Global School. Their aim was to complete different tasks that were given to them, within the
budget. They created a Mars Rover, a Mars Lander and a rocket through great planning and teamwork. Students also visited the astronaut training centre and saw the Saturn V Rocket. The final day was the graduation ceremony. The White Team emerged victorious and claimed most of the gold medals.

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