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  • October 20th, 2018
Last Day – Global Immersion Programme to Singapore – Shine in Singapore

The last day of the Global Immersion Programme (GIP) to Singapore was spent in the Universal Studios, the famous theme park with interesting rides, shows etc. Students enjoyed the various attractions like road shows, adventure sports, joy rides to their heart’s content. It was followed by a walk down Sentosa Broadway in the evening and doing some last minute shopping in the Vivo City Mall. The G

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  • October 19th, 2018
Global Immersion Programme to Singapore – Shine in Singapore

The students and teachers of SAI International on a trip to Singapore for the Global Immersion Programme (GIP) started their day with a visit to Sentosa Island, a man-made island built for fun and recreation. They had a wonderful time visiting the huge aquarium that is home to more than 800 species of marine life including sharks. Students got an opportunity to explore the aquarium’s various hab

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  • October 18th, 2018
Global Immersion Programme to Singapore – Shine in Singapore

The team of students and teachers on a Global Immersion Programme (GIP) to Singapore visited the famous Marina Bay Sands Sky Park on Thursday, October 18, 2018. Students were mesmerised to explore the place which is a wondrous feat of engineering.  Among others, they had a breath taking view of Singapore from the 56th floor of the iconic building. Their guide for the day, Ms. Joe, shared with the

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  • October 17th, 2018
Day 3 – Global Immersion Programme to Singapore – Shine in Singapore

On their third day in Singapore, the team from SAI International visited the NeWater Plant and Marina Barrage as well as continued with the Workshop at Nanyang Technological University (NTU). Students were amazed to see the NeWater Plant which is a wonderful work of innovation and technology. Here sea water is converted to drinking water and Singapore gets its major part of water supply from this

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  • October 16th, 2018
Day 2-GIP-Singapore

Experience, travel- these are as education in themselves. -Euripides  The second day morning of the GIP was hectic and exhaustive for the students of SAI International Residential School but at the same time they were even delighted to check out Singapore. They reached the Changi Airport, Singapore early in the morning, after a delicious South Indian breakfast at the Airport; they boarded the bus

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  • October 15th, 2018
Global Immersion Program: Singapore

The SAI International Residential School Global Immersion Program is an innovative plan for the exchange and experiential education. SIRS is in collaboration with top universities; Educational Institutions of Higher learning like Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and National University Singapore (NUS) The Global Immersion Program to Singapore a 7 days program, took off on October 14, 2018, f

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  • October 12th, 2018
Dance: Indian Emotion

“Dance for yourself. If someone else understands, good. If not, no matter. Go right on doing what interests you, and do it until it stops interesting you.” – Louis Horst India is a country of diversities, numerous cultures, and languages. In the country of diverse cultures where dialects change every 200 miles have unique way of celebration too. Dance is a rhythmic form of expres

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  • October 11th, 2018
Sporting Legends

“It’s hard to beat a person who never gives up.” —  Babe Ruth Some people may not agree on saying that sports teaches the best lessons of life to children. The Sports Club of SAI International Residential School held a session on the Legends of Sports on October 11, 2018. Sports is not only good for physical exercise but it nurtutres the body mind and spirit of the child. It teaches c

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  • October 10th, 2018
Importance of Communication

 “Write To Be Understood, Speak To Be Heard, Read To Grow.”  – Lawrence Clark Powell  What is communication? It is the art of transmitting information in the form of writing or speaking through a medium. SAI International Residential School held a session on Communication for the students to understand what communication is and how it works, why communication fails and how to enhance

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  • October 9th, 2018
Lexicon

“Don’t use a five-dollar word when a fifty-cent word will do.”  — Mark Twain Why do we need a higher or a stronger vocabulary? Vocabulary is the foundation of comprehension. Vajra House Teachers of SAI International Residential School held a session on ‘Lexicons’ (learning new words) it means new word or words pertaining to a language or dictionary words. A stronger vocabulary

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