SOF English Olympiad

Aniya’s Achievement at Panache Inter School Competition

Language Day – Primary section

Language Day – Primary section

We took a break from our regular routine on 18th February’22 to celebrate Language Day in the Primary section at MBIS. The students of Grades 1 and 2 really enjoyed watching ‘The Cat in the Hat’ and the contagious laughter of students from Grades 3 to 5 as they watched ‘Dr. Dolittle’ was a treat to our ears.

 

Interesting and thought-provoking games that were played by the teachers created an interest in students to learn better vocabulary which was the cherry on the cake. Though the hybrid celebration was a challenge, we accomplished what we set out to celebrate…

 

Language Day

 

Language Day

 

Language Day

 

Language Day

 

Language Day

STREAM Fest

STREAM Fest

In a rapid world that is ever dynamic, education is no exception. New ways of learning are continually being evolved as education expands beyond the normal classroom setting.

 

On 19th February MBIS Primary and Pre-primary teachers had conducted STREAM activities for students from Nursery to Grade 5 that encompassed science, technology, reading, engineering, art, and math, where students developed new skills, such as creative and critical thinking.

 

Science activities like a lava lamp, walking water, magic with a balloon, salty circuit, lift the bridge and fun with dry ice, and Engineering activities like a homemade catapult, jet cart, paddle boat, building play dough structures, and robotic hand offered the students a chance to learn valuable skills and techniques The library offered fun and relaxed atmosphere, where students enjoyed the puppet show ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ and also engaged themselves in reading. The pista shells, earbud painting, and Origami Paper weaving in Art and the Music and dance movement were thoroughly by all; the small and the big ones alike, wherein the students were able to experience art, creativity, and music in new ways.

 

As Albert Einstein said “Play is the highest form of research”… STREAM activities at MBIS just helped the students to do so.

 

Stream Fest Art

 

Stream Fest Art

 

Stream Fest Art

 

Stream Fest Art

 

Stream Fest Engineering

 

Stream Fest Engineering

 

Stream Fest Engineering

 

Stream Fest Engineering

 

Stream Fest Engineering

 

Stream Fest Engineering

 

Stream Fest Music

 

Stream Fest Music

 

Stream Fest Music

 

Stream Fest Reading

 

Stream Fest Reading

 

Stream Fest Science

 

Stream Fest Science

 

Stream Fest Science

 

Stream Fest Science

 

Stream Fest Science

 

Stream Fest Technology

 

Stream Fest Technology

 

Stream Fest Technology

Basant Panchami Hindi Activity

Teacher Enrichment Program – Using drama in teaching and learning.

Teacher Enrichment Program – Using drama in teaching and learning.

On Friday 11th February 2022 Ms Farzana Dohadwala conducted a Teacher Enrichment Program for the entire staff of MBIS, wherein the topic was ‘Using drama in teaching and learning.’

In the early years, drama can be developed through role-play, sing-along, and play. Using Drama in teaching and learning develops imagination and creativity. Creative students can think on their feet and generate new ideas. The drama also builds confidence in shy and introverted students.

It has been found that using drama in teaching and learning makes a lesson more active, engaging, interesting, and more meaningful for students which enhances critical and creative thinking skills, helping students to create and formulate ideas and opinions of their own. Drama helps concentration as children are encouraged to listen to others’ thoughts and ideas and to take turns.

In conclusion, she said using drama as a teaching strategy, teachers will be adopting the whole-brain approach that will be the foundation of all future developments of multi-intelligence teaching approaches.

 

Teacher enrichment program

 

Teacher enrichment program

 

Teacher Enrichment Program

 

Teacher Enrichment Program

 

Teacher Enrichment Program

 

Teacher Enrichment Program

 

Teacher Enrichment Program

 

Teacher Enrichment Program

 

Teacher Enrichment Program

World Read Aloud Day

World Read Aloud Day

“World Read Aloud Day” is celebrated on 2nd February 2022 to promote literacy to the world at large. It is a mission for “strengthening kids and communities through the power of stories.”

According to research, reading aloud has many benefits for you and your family. People find an emotional escape in stories, especially when they are read aloud. Children who spend time reading aloud are more likely to understand different people and cultures, have empathy, and deepen their imagination skills.

MBIS celebrated “World Read Aloud Day”, by reading picture books in the class and discussing the story with their classmates.

 

World Read Aloud Day

 

World Read Aloud Day

 

World Read Aloud Day

 

World Read Aloud Day

 

World Read Aloud Day

Skating Competition Winner Dhwaj Savla

SAIBSA Workshop

IBDP Workshop