Round Square Collaborative Service Project in the IB Community

We are proud and delighted to share that the IB Blog has published 6th Round Square Collaborative Service Project undertaken by students of Pathways World School Aravali along with 4 other schools – during this summer.

 

The Round Square Collaborative Service Project on the IB Blog:  http://blogs.ibo.org/alumni/2014/08/21/roundsquare/

 

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Published in: on August 27, 2014 at 4:39 pm  Leave a Comment  

One more feather in our cap!

We are delight to share with you all that Karan Chaudhary Grade 10 student at Pathways World School, Aravali recently Participated in the Open State Taekwondo Championship 2014, held on 9 August  He won a Gold amid tough competition. He had to fight through 2 fights to win the title, all of which ended in a victory due to the decision by a knockout.

The event was promoted by the Taekwondo Organization of India. Karan represented Haryana and Pathways at the tournament.

Karan has been asked by the Federation to represent India in Taekwondo very soon.

We are Proud of you, Karan!

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Published in: on August 25, 2014 at 12:47 pm  Leave a Comment  

HMUN India Impact – Ekal Vidyalaya

Shyam SriramWe are immensely proud of our student – Shyam Sunder Sriram (Grade 11) at Pathways World School, Aravali. Though born in the comforts of the West, Shyam is passionate about bringing real change in India’s primary education sector and is working hand-in-hand with the government to guarantee that children go to schools and get empowered with quality education and life skills. As a delegate at the Model United Nations (HMUN) programme being conducted by Harvard University at Hyderabad from 13th Aug 2014, Shyam has nominated ‘Ekal Vidyalaya’, one of the leading NGOs in India that runs schools in tribal villages across the country.

Zee News covers this beautiful endeavour by Shyam:
http://zeenews.india.com/news/nation/hmun-india-impact-ekal-vidyalya-the-power-of-one_952577.html

Published in: on August 14, 2014 at 3:43 pm  Leave a Comment  

Summer Camp at Pathways Schools

Pathways Schools (Gurgaon and Noida) organised a special summer programme – Rediscovering Minds, a two week fun filled, interactive and engaging summer camp for children offering a plethora of activities.  Pathways Rediscovering Minds is designed for students to explore different areas of interests and build life skills, to go beyond books and curriculum, and to rediscover the sheer joy of learning. The school conceptualized a unique programme to provide children with an opportunity to engage in various modules and encourage learning that is fun filled and motivating.

 

The camp was designed to give the children an opportunity to do constructive learning this summer and had activities for children aged between 3+ to 15 yrs. Young artists explored the mediums, colours, paints and other crafts in the Visual Art classes while the young budding designers learnt how to use simple tools and had fun with wood, metal & paper in the Design & Technology class. Students were not only introduced to innovative, interactive, and educational Arts and Sciences workshops but to 3D Animation and Computer Game Designing as well. Performing Arts such as Dance, Music and Drama added another interesting flavour to the dynamic programme. All these workshops were complemented by sporting activities such as swimming, squash, badminton and chess. The students were provided with a workshop-like environment in which discovery learning is fostered and unbounded thinking is encouraged, and where responsible and caring behaviour supports personal development and self-worth.

 

The programme provided professional instruction and challenging activities in a supportive, diverse, and safe environment.

 

The programme ended with a spectacular showcase by the enthusiastic students which surely left their parents spell bound.

To bring parents closer to the daily learning, Live blogs for both Gurgaon & Noida Schools were run during the camp. The blogs shared pictures and anecdotes from the camp on a daily basis.

Published in: on August 6, 2014 at 11:34 am  Leave a Comment