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The students of Grade 5 recently went on a field trip to Bylakuppe, which is a small town with a settlement of Tibetan refugees. The purpose of the trip was to learn about migration and its influence. It was a five-hour drive from our school and the students were very excited to witness the life of refugees closely.
I love Neevotsav! It is my favourite event of the year. This year we performed a ‘Street Play’! I was so excited! We were allowed to write our own lines. On the first day of rehearsal, our play looked so boring!
Grade 1 children integrated their current unit of inquiry ”How the world works” with the central idea 'Materials consist of matter that can be manipulated and changed for a purpose'. The related concepts for this unit were - Properties, Manipulation and Transformation, which was clearly evident when they observed the before and after pictures to understand and differentiate the meaning of the words.
My son Vedanth joined Neev School in Koramangala as a pre-toddler and he is presently studying in Grade 1 C at Neev Academy.
Our 12 year old started his journey at NEEV pre-school. The warmth, holistic learning and development has shaped him to be an explorer, learner, empathetic kid and a responsible young adult.
There are many schools that help your children crack medicine or engineering entrance. That kind of education is about risk minimisation, not potential maximisation.
We have seen our daughter start her Neev journey as a shy toddler and blossom into a confident young adult at Neev Academy.