EXCHANGE PROGRAMMES IN THE SENIOR SECTION(2021)
As a part of the Outreach Programme, Birla High School in association with British Council and UK aid is collaborating with Green Bank High School of Southport, UK under the UK Exchange Programme, “Life Below Water”. 10 students of class IX participated in the exchange programme. This initiative is a part of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG 14) which aims to abreast the students about the adverse effects of plastic pollution and ocean acidification, thereby enabling them to understand its effects on coastal ecosystems.
UK virtual Exchange 2020-2021
As a part of the Outreach Programme, Birla High School in association with British Council and UKaid is collaborating with Green Bank High School of Southport, UK under the UK Exchange Programme, “LIFE BELOW WATER”.
This initiative is a part of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG 14) which aims to abreast the students about the adverse effects of plastic pollution and ocean acidification, thereby enabling them to understand its effects on coastal ecosystems.
Ten students of Class 8 have been selected for this project to collaborate with the students of Green Bank High School of Southport, UK. This international collaboration would help to instill core skills such as critical thinking and problem solving, creativity and collaboration in the students.
On 26 th November two teachers Ms Ashleigh Rankin (English) and Mr. Danielle Sutcliffe (Geography) from Cardinal Allen Catholic High School visited our school from the 26th November to 3rd December 2016.
U.K. - Cardinal Allen Catholic High School (CAHS)
The United Kingdom journey started with Cardinal Allen Catholic High School, Fleetwood, Lancashire getting connected with us through British Council Grants which helped in building the partnership and sponsoring the Teachers visits. The Partnership has evolved over the last six years.
Birla High School
Cardinal Allen Catholic High School
Mr. A. Harding
Ms Sreemati Sen and Mr. Joseph Arokiaswamy
Drama, Physical Education, Environment, Community Service
Ms Dianne Ball & Ms Sally Jones
Ms Sangeeta Tandon, and Ms Sharmistha Sarkar and four students, Anirudh Tusnial, Siddharth Agarwal, Ayush Singh and Rupkar Kundu.
Gender Inequality, Land Art, Mathematics and Rugby/Yoga
Mr. Andrew Harding and Ms Jessica North and five students.
Ms Soma Nandy and Ms Deepika Kerketta alongwith four students, Anand Baid, Mehul Rathi, Pulkit Baid and Uday Jhunjhunwala
Gender Inequality/Women Empowerment
Ms Deirdre Mcguirk (English) and Ms Joanne Duffy (Art) teachers along with four students
Mrs. Renuka Chotrani, Mrs. Madhumita Chaudhuri and two students, Kaustav Roy and Shubham Agarwal
Families, Festivals and Living together, Gender Inequality and Environment
Ms Christine Smith (Religion)and Mr. Michael Akers (History)teachers along with two students
The Partnership is becoming strong every year with each school contributing towards sharing and learning from each other. This year, in January 2015 our Partnership was taken to a new level with a “Cluster “formation which involved six schools in it.
UK Schools: - Indian Schools:-
Cardinal Allen Catholic high School Birla High School (Sr. Section)
St Williams Catholic Primary School Birla High School (Jr. Section)
Shakespeare Primary School Sushila Birla Girls' School (Jr. Section)
Each of these schools was granted the Connecting Classroom Grant of fifteen hundred pounds to visit their partner school.