The Social awareness club led a campaign on health awareness.This was to discourage eating junk food and to promote healthy food habits. Every Wednesday is observed with no junk food on the campus.The campaign was further extended to the community by organizing an awareness walk to educate people around and in the nearby residential area on the importance of healthy food habits.Load More Images
Students of Johnson IBDP, embarked on an educational and CAS trip to Jaipur. The itinerary
was packed with various activities and educational visits. Students were inspired by a trip
to the "Haathi Gaon" elephant village close to Amber Fort. They discovered the value of
empathy as a life skill. The students tour included visits to two industries. They went to
the blue art pottery industry and learned every aspect of what goes into producing ceramics.
They also learnt the skill of block printing and colour mixing.
These participatory seminars conducted by professionals demonstrated the techniques of the dying art and gave the participants an opportunity to try their hands on making something original.
Our IB students participated in a service activity at Mudiraaj memorial school ‘volunteering’ their time to provide aid to the community assisting teachers by teaching the young ones from grade-1 to 5.They developed a newfound appreciation for their teachers and realised how patient they are after seeing the pupils' delight and happiness in the classroom.Load More Images
There was a workshop on making fancy candles on the occasion of Deepawali.The class was divided in groups to create a variety of candles that included bubble candles, wax candles and fancy candles in bright colours. Students were excited to learn this skill and made many candles which later they displayed on sale for fundraising.Load More Images
Johnson IBDP students chose to share happiness with the Sadhana an institute for the intellectually challenged that looks after children with special needs. It was the ideal way of starting off the Diwali celebrations. The cultural club students created and performed a skit that featured scenes from the Ramayana. In addition to celebrating, they engaged children in art and painting, white washed the walls, and planted a few saplings to further enhance their lush surroundings.Load More Images
The students enthusiastically conducted a few activities for the Zila parishad school students at Mathepally village. Teaching kids enrolled in a local government school was the key activity. Since the local kids didn't speak English and the school had just moved from Telugu to English, our students were asked to teach the local students in Telugu. This was a challenge for some of our students but they did a good job connecting with them and engaging them in educational activities.Load More Images
The Johnson IBDP students had a Halloween party in keeping with the history of commemorating
national and international festivals to foster global awareness.
Folktales about Halloween from several nations were first shared. Every student arrived dressed as their favourite characters, and they then performed a ramp walk to upbeat music. The eerie atmosphere was enhanced by the design, props, music, and air conditioning.
For the Johnson IB students, an eco-friendly Ganesha-making session was held. Students were asked to mould and make their own Ganesha out of clay. Each student was required to construct five environmentally friendly Ganeshas and embellish them. As part of a fundraising effort, idols were sold. The IB students were in charge of organising and running the stand. Fund raised was given to SADHANA, a centre for kids with special needs.Load More Images