INTERNATIONAL ACTIVITIES

GLOBAL CONNECTIONS... 
To inspire students to learn more about issues worldwide, appreciate global diversity and to recognize their roles and responsibilities as active citizens of the world, the school made the following attempts to add international dimensions to school. 
Mix Play NDYS 2016 In NIGATA JAPAN ‘Amazing Space’-Peace Movie Competition Organised by Generation Global (TBFF)
Generation Global Alumni Moderators Interaction With NZ School Heads World Cultural Festival French Pen Pals
UN End Poverty Day Celebrations Greetings From Russia Cultural Exchange With Ukraine World Inter–School Rope Skipping Championship-2015,Dubai
Chinese Cultural Rhapsody Mr Kenny M Cedric Visit Visit by Chinese Delegates British Council International Schol Award 2014-17
Mix Play Students created our own version of a scene from this Shakespearean play in the form of a short film of a scene from A Midsummer Night’s Dream and uploaded on British Council website for ‘Mix the Play’ competition.

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NDYS 2016 In NIGATA JAPAN Students prepared safety kit, safety Map and exit routes to be used in case of Natural Disaster and submitted their entries for National Disaster Youth Summit in Japan. They received safety maps from schools of Ukraine, Taiwan and Japan.

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‘Amazing Space’-Peace Movie Competition Organised by Generation Global (TBFF) School movie ‘Pioneers of Peace’ depicting inter faith peace prayers in school was among 15 shortlisted movies from all over the world.

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Generation Global Alumni Moderators Gitanjali Jaggi(XII B) and Tanya Mittal (XII B) have been selected as Generation Global Alumni Moderators by Tony Blair Faith Foundation(TBFF) They will start volunteering in September 2016.

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Interaction With NZ School Heads Representatives from NZ Schools were invited for interaction with students and staff to explore areas of collaboration and exchange:
  • Mary Mathews – International Director, Awatapu College
  • Alex Ferretti – International Director, Wanganui High School
  • Paul Western – Director of Marketing, Kapiti College

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World Cultural Festival School contingent of 110 girls presented Mohiniattam at inaugural ceremony of World Cultural Festival in the presence of Shri Narendra Modi, Hon’ble Prime Minister of India, Sri Sri Ravi Shanker, Spiritual Guru of Art of Living and esteemed guests from 160 countries at World Cultural Festival.

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French Pen Pals Students wrote mails to their pen pals in French speaking countries like France and Canada in their efforts to build new connections.

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UN End Poverty Day Celebrations School team participated in children led campaign organized by ‘Nineismine’ to remind the world leadership of its promise to end poverty, social exclusion and discrimination. The students enthusiastically participated in seventeen game based activities to highlight the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), including poverty eradication, sustainable development, equitable resource distribution etc.

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Greetings From Russia Russian elementary school children sent video greetings in their native language to their peers in our school for reciprocal exchange.

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Cultural Exchange With Ukraine Students of Ukraine have ventured to familiarize Bal Bhartians with Art & Culture of Ukraine through exchange of PPTs and movies.

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World Inter–School Rope Skipping Championship-2015,Dubai The school team won Second Runners up Trophy at World Interschool Rope Skipping Championship 2015.
In all 14 countries participated like Japan, Iran, Pakistan, UAE, USA, Australia, China, Malaysia.

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Chinese Cultural Rhapsody Ms. Christiana (Student of Indian Classical Music at Delhi University) played traditional chinese musical instrument ‘YangQin’ for students while Kashish Gakhar(X D) acted as interpreter to share appreciation of students and to answer queries.

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Mr Kenny M Cedric Visit We extended a warm welcome to Mr Kenny M. Cedric, Administrative Director of Tender Feet Children’s Activity Centre, UK. During his visit Mr Cedric interacted with Montessori students. He witnessed the tiny tots joyously engaged in Art and Craft Activities, while building concepts using Montessori apparatus.

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Visit by Chinese Delegates The school was witness to another Chinese Culture immersion when a delegation of 11 teachers and 17 students from Fengtai Youth Activity Centre visited the school. A mélange of traditional Indian and Chinese cultural performances enthralled all. Most note worthy were Chinese instrumental performances and dance which celebrated nature in an enchanting manner. An exchange of Indian and Chinese art and craft created the bond of friendship between youth from both countries.

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British Council International Schol Award 2014-17 The school has bagged prestigious International School Award 2014-17 instituted by British Council, India for integrating international dimension and promoting collaboration with schools in U.K. and China.

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Face to Faith Programme

To support exploration and exchange and to educate, about different faiths, the school had joined hands with Tony Blair Foundation. Taking the relationship a step further, we were privileged to assume the status of a lead school to initiate programs in schools which aim at developing respect and appreciation for various religions and faiths. Towards this end, we organized a workshop to train select Principals and teachers from prominent schools across the capital on conducting successful video conferencing sessions.
The year gone by also witnessed many successful video conferencing sessions, the more prominent ones being with the Westhoughton High School, U.K. and Kingsbridge College, U.K.
The students exchanged views on pertinent issues such as poverty, terrorism, faith and identity, fostering skills like collaboration, communication, critical thinking and problem solving. The students responded intelligently to each other’s queries and reflected deeply. 
DATETOPICPARTNER COOUNTRIESSCHOOLS
6th February 2014 Faith, Values & Communities Ukraine, Pakistan 1.Gymnasium #7, Ukraine
2.Bloomsfield Hall School, Pakistan
10th February 2014 Wealth, Poverty and Charity Pakistan and India 1.Govt Girls High School Qasimabad Hyderabad, Pakistan
2.Apeejay School, Saket, India
13th February 2014 Wealth, Poverty and Charity Jordan and India 1.Salwan Public School Gurgaon,India
2.Thu-Nurain School - Jordan
3.Bal Bharati Public School, GRH Marg, India
20th February 2014 Peace and Reconciliation Pakistan, Indonesia, India 1.Mahatma Montessori School- Pakistan
2.SMPI Al Azhar 24 – Indonesia
24th April 2014 World Malaria Day Pakistan, India, Indonesia 1.SMA Taruna Nusantara, Jakarta
2.Bloom Field Hall Johar Town, Lahore
3.Bal Bharati Public School, Pitampura
22nd April 2014 Faith, Values & Communities India, Jordan 1.Al-Hassad Tarabawi School International Department,Westberry School
2.SMA Taruna Nusantara, Jakarta
16th April 2014 Introduction to Face to Faith Ukraine, India, Indonesia 1.Odessa Specialized School 17
2.Delhi Public School Rohini
3.SMK 5 Denpasar
21st August 2014 Human Rights India 1.Mahatma Montessori Matriculation School
2.DLF Public School
3.Cambridge School Indirapuram
25th and 27th August 2014 Festivals Pakistan and Indonesia  
18th November 2014 Festivals India and Pakistan 1.Government Girls High School,Pakistan
2.Chettinad Hari Shree Vidyalayam,India
3.Apeejay School Sheikh Sarai,India
8th December 2014 Human Rights India 1.DPS Rohini
2.DAV Centenary Public School Delhi
3.Meerut Public School
19th January 2015 Art of Expression India 1.BBPS, Dwarka
2.BBPS, Brij Vihar
21st January 2015 Civil Rights India 1.DAV, Pushpanjali
2.Meerut Public Girls School
3.Mahatma Montessori Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Mumbai
3rd February 2015 Power of Story Telling Pakistan and Indonesia 1.Bloomfield Hall, Johar Town, Lahore Pakistan
2.Govt. Girls Meeran Pilot High School, Pakistan
3.Maria Regina School, Indonesia
12th August 2015 Faith and Compassion Philippines, Pakistan and India 1.Holy Cross College of Calinan, Philippines
2.Govt. Girls Meeran Pilot High School, Pakistan
3.Chettinad Rani Meyyammai Matriculation School, Puliyur, Tamilnadu
15th October 2015 Festivals Pakistan and India 1.Happy Home High School, Pakistan
2.DLF Public School (Delhi)
9th December 2015 Human Rights Pakistan and India 1.Govt Girls Meera Pilot High School ,Pakistan
2.Kulachi Hansraj Model School, India
3.Bloomfield Hall School Johar Town, Pakistan
16th February 2016 Art of Expression Indonesia and India 1.Gurukul – the School, India
2.SMP Islam Amalina, Indonesia-Jakarta
7th April 2016 Faith Values & Religion India and Indonesia 1.Jodhamal Public School, India
2.Ganga International School, India
3.Al Azhar Junior High School, Indonesia
2nd May 2016 Faith Values & Religion Italy and India 1.IC Casteller, Paese- Treviso, Italy
2.G.D. Salwan Public School, India
3.Bal Bharati Public School Dwarka, India
9th May 2016 Faith Values & Religion Italy, Palestine and Jakarta 1.SIES Altiero Spinelli, Italy
2.Tubas Secondary School for Girls, Palestine
3.SMA BaktiIdhata, Jakarta
10th May 2016 Religious Festivals Ukraine, Italy and Dubai-UAE 1.UlianovkaGynmasium, Ukraine
2.I.C. Mattei, Italy
3.The Millennium School, Dubai-UAE
4.Bal Bharati Public School Dwarka- India

FACE TO FAITH CLUB DAY

Face to faith club day was organised to engage students in Video Conference, Team Blogging and Display Board making on the topic of Faith and Compassion.
Schools involved in the VC were:
  • Holy Cross College of Calinan, Philippines
  • Govt. Girls Meera Pilot High School, Heerabad, Pakistan
  • Chettinad Rani Meyyammai Matriculation School, Puliyur, Tamilnadu

Talk Back To Hate - Multipoint Video Conference With Pakistan And Iindian Schools

Face to Faith club members interacted with peers in Pakistan to raise the pertinent issue of ‘Talk back to hate’ where they discussed how irresponsible hate speech affects millions across the border. They discussed positive social action with Human Rights activist Mr Ram Subramaniyam who encouraged children to use social media to create ‘Profile for Peace’ and ‘Dear Neighbour Movement’