Our young adults from Grade 11 visited the ‘Science Beyond Borders’ exhibition organized by Institut Français in collaboration with Consulat général de la France en Inde on 29th September. They learnt about the partnership between France and India: the exchanges between Indian mathematicians and French scholars that started from ancient times to the modern-day partnership in Nuclear Sciences. Interdisciplinary experiences such as these are crucial for the overall development of our students as IB learners.
In his newest vlog, our Head Of School, Dr Geoffrey Fisher, talks about child-centric education, B.D. Somani International School’s unique approach that keeps the child at the focal point of the learning journey. Dr Fisher explains that this entails differentiated learning, where each child’s needs and skills are considered when devising curricula and teaching methods. It also means a values-based education that is individualized for every student and oriented towards the future while rooted in the past. Each student has a unique pathway as they traverse through the world of B.D. Somani’s child-centric education. Dr Fisher acknowledges the teachers’ hard work in making sure that each pathway is fulfilling, all-rounded, and, most significantly, curated to bring forth the best from each child.
Our Head of School, Dr Geoffrey Fisher shares his joy about the flurry of school activities that have taken place since classes resumed.
Reception at B.D. Somani is your child’s gateway into the wonderful world of learning through questions and creativity. Our curriculum is designed to place their curiosities at the centre, and we strive to provide a welcoming environment that fosters inquisitiveness, discipline and community bonding.
The climate is changing and B.D. Somani students want to put their best foot forward to combat its dangers. The EMERALD sustainable foundation, CPRA, and MCGM Corporator, Ms. Harshita Narwekar, organised a tree plantation drive on the 5th of June 2022 – World Environment Day at CPRA Greens garden. Manshika and Lahar from Grade 11 and Mr. Siddhesh volunteered to highlight that small endeavours are the stepping stones to fighting against the environmental challenges we all face.