Tiny Hands – Big Hearts : Thank you to all Frontline Workers

Wall of Thanks
Click on the image to see in detail the Thank You Hearts made by Brainzites with a message of Cheer for the Frontline Workers and the World!

‘Let’s remember the importance of gratitude. Give thanks not just a day, but everyday of your life.’

Brainzites of all classes got together to thank all our frontline workers for their services to the nation. All these frontline workers are giving in their all daily to help the nation combat the increasing spread of COVID-19. 

We Brainzities salute them all for their strength, dedication and courage and want to send out positivity and cheer each day with a grateful heart.

This is our wall of thanks and cheer and love.

We pray for all those affected by the pandemic and going through loss and suffering. In these difficult times let us support each other and lift each other up.

You can see all artworks in detail on the following link: https://srv2.zoomable.ca/viewer.php?i=img1b98001742a1d99f_FINAL4

Earth Day Celebrations 2021

Happy Earth Day!

Nurturing students to rebuild our planet – this is the most important education! Brainzites are constantly engaged in learning how to live sustainably on the planet by participating in multiple interactive activities and sessions including celebrating Earth Day the entire week last week!
As a Global Schools Program member, Brainz is committed to educating students about the Sustainable Development Goals and becoming responsible global citizens.

British Council – International Dimension Award 2020-2023

“The journey of receiving the ‘British Council International Dimension Award’ was extremely rewarding and educational. As a school, we got access to multiple new international learning platforms and we not only successfully and enthusiastically executed our IDA activities, but also went beyond that and participated in various global programs including the Global Read Aloud program, Microsoft Global Learning Connection and Global Solar Yatra.

As a school, our goal is to teach students experientially and under the ISA program we were able to use this technique to drive global learning for students on topics such as Gender Equality, Global Empathy, Cultural Appreciation and more. This prompted a very enthusiastic response from the entire Brainz team and the parents were also appreciative of these efforts and could recognize the value that these global dimension activities added to their children’s education.

Students came out of this experience with broader mindsets, a deeper appreciation for people and cultures from around the world, and developed sensitivity towards the issues and problems faced by their global peers.

I am confident that continued execution of these activities will greatly benefit our students and help the school fulfil its goal of providing Education for the 21st Century.”

– Taarini Goyal, Curriculum Head

New Year 2021 Wishes

It starts right now, today,
as we are all locked away in our houses,
looking out of our windows at the seasons changing.
In this moment of quiet and isolation,
something that we had forgotten creeps in,
and we start remembering how to live on this planet.

We hope that the new year brings to you light, happiness, health and peace!
The road ahead is still not easy, but we can see the light at the end of the tunnel now!
We wish you all a very Happy New Year 2021! 🌟💖😊

Christmas Celebration 2020

’tis the season to be jolly as Santa Claus is coming to town!
Our first graders are here with all the cheer of a very Happy Christmas Eve!

Have a holly jolly Christmas and a re-energising new year!
Our third graders certainly set the screens on fire with their Dynamite performance!

Children’s Day Celebration

At Brainz, fun, learning and excitement never ends! Brainzites had a wonderful time celebrating Children’s Day virtually as they dressed up as their favorite actors and cartoon characters and participated in a lot of fun-filled games and activities! Every day we celebrate the wonder and uniqueness of each Brainzite. Happy Children’s Day dear students!