SAI Alumni Talk Launched

“Give the ones you love wings to fly, roots to come back and reasons to stay.” ― Dalai Lama XIV 

SAI International Education Group launched SAI Alumni Talk on Saturday, July 4, 2020, it is a series of Talks every Saturday by illustrious and acclaimed Alumni of SAI International School who have excelled in their own spheres like academics, sports, entrepreneurship, performing and visual arts and many more. The program aims to provide an opportunity to gain first-hand knowledge about career and future prospects. It also endeavors to pave a way for interaction between our SAI Alumni and our current batch of Class IX to XII students of SAI International School and SAI International Residential School, so as to inspire the students to dream big and prepare them to achieve it.

It is an ongoing event where the Alumni will give a talk every Saturday for the benefit of the students. The first session commenced on Saturday, July 4, 2020 with a session by the 1st batch student and Sports Enthusiast Zeeshan Laique Ali, from the Class of 2011. The young boy pursued his love for sports and made it his career. He has earned a name for himself in his area of interest with his hard work, determination and dedication.  Zeeshan is a Business Development Manager for SportsFanTV at Barcelona, Spain.

The Alumnus made a presentation followed by a Question & Answer session, wherein students posed their queries related to their choice of career. In the interesting interactive session students asked about his passion for Football and how he was able to reach the position on which he is at. There were more than 1500 participants in the online event.

“The excuse you have is to not to try, SAI International is the best institution that gives the best of platform to take up and hone your passion. The opportunities at SAI are immense you just need to explore”, said Zeshan Ali.

Alumni Talks will provide a brilliant medium to interact with Seniors and learn from their experiences. Students will know directly from them the processes to get into fields and areas of their interest, which would not only widen their knowledge horizon but also achieve their career objective. Zeeshan while answering the question posed by a student guided him on how to pursue his passion and the steps to be taken to achieve his objective.

While talking about Founder & Mentor SAI International Dr Sahoo, Zeeshan said, “he is the best mentor and is a model star I look up to, I’m thankful and proud of SAI International to have groomed me as the person I am today”.

“It is always a pleasure to see my children across the globe following their passion with diligence. I’m happy to see them coming back to their roots and share their experiences with their juniors. SAI International is not just an institute but a hub of creating leaders”, said Dr Bijaya Kumar Sahoo, Founder & Mentor SAI International Education Group.

SAI International celebrates Father’s Day – Celebrating peerless bond of love through technology

“One father is more than a hundred schoolmasters.” – George Herbert

On the auspicious occasion of Guru Purnima, on Sunday, July 5, 2020, SAI International created a space for our SAIoneers to share their thoughts and emotions for their Fathers. Enthusiastic students from Play Group to Class XII celebrated Father’s Day Online with great joy and fervour. The presence of the Fathers along with other members of the family magnified the celebration.

SAI International utilized the online class timings wherein students put up their class-wise performances from the confines of their own home. A fountain of emotional saga was witnessed during the celebration. The young students showcased their love and respect for their Father in various ways. While some sang self-composed songs, some sang their father’s favourite song, some of them presented beautiful videos that evoked childhood memories with their fathers and others spoke about the herculean role played by their father, which makes them feel so protected and secure. Students also presented wonderful dance and musical performances, as well as prepared their father’s favourite dish.

The fathers along with their kids eagerly participated in the activity, ‘My Father, My Hero’, where they danced and sang with their children. It was not only an emotional moment for the father-child duo, but also for the entire family and the school as well. It was also an amazing experience to see the father’s getting emotional, a moment worth cherishing. Appreciating the School’s effort to celebrate the occasion, the fathers expressed that such events help them to nurture their relationship with their children.

Founder and Mentor, SAI International Dr. Bijaya Kumar Sahoo said that, ‘a Father will always remain a Super Hero for a child, an unceasing source of inspiration’. He added that ‘a father is a child’s first guru to brave the worldly waves. This elucidates how a father and a guru are but unified canopies that lead a child’s pathways.’

The celebration is yet another sublime effort of SAI International to strengthen the bond between our SAIoneers and their parents, while ascertaining the peerless place of a father in the making a child’s morrow.

Round Square Inspired – A Place for Peace

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed. It is the only thing that ever has.”Margaret Mead
SAI International School continued its online debate ‘Your Turn’, on Peace with Jr & Sr High School of Kogakuin University, Japan on Friday, June 19, 2020. After sharing information on the COVID 19 situation in each other’s country, the students played a game called ‘Pick your Peace’. The participants were presented with different conflict situations and asked to come up with a peaceful way to disarm it. Students discussed what they would do if they were bullied on Social Media, if their parents got into a fight, if someone was spreading rumours about them or degrading another person’s religion. Then the group split into smaller sections and started collaborating on the creation of making a short video on ‘Peace’. The meeting was part of an international project called “A Place for Peace”.
As part of the continued global collaborative project ‘Your Turn’, the participating students of both schools discussed on the topic, ‘Global Ayurveda’, on Friday, July 3, 2020. The participants spoke on different home remedies and plants of Japan and India.
The Japanese students spoke about Okayu, a Japanese rice porridge, which is a comforting dish of rice and water. It is easy to digest, so people in Japan commonly eat it when they have a cold, or are recovering from an illness, or don’t have much of an appetite. It is also a popular baby food and served to the elderly. They also mentioned about a cold compress that is used when one has a fever.
SAIoneers spoke about the healing properties of Tulsi plants. They also presented various Ayurvedic face wash, face packs and gave a briefing on some common granny cure. SAIoneers invited their Japanese friends to join their #IDEALS Movie Club and Going Global Book Club. A decision was also made on the collaborative video to be made on the topic, ‘What Does Peace Mean to You? The Meeting ended with an open conversation on Confidence and how it can be inculcated and why some people have it and some don’t.
The school has been actively conducting virtual meets with Jr & Sr High School of Kogakuin University, Tokyo Japan since Thursday April 16, 2020, to understand the lifestyle, practices, education, culture and many more of each other’s countries. SAI International has been working with various partner schools from across the globe to promote understanding and respect for each other’s culture and nurture students towards becoming global citizens.It exposes teachers and students to diverse learning and educational frameworks. The effort for the same continues even during the period of lockdown.

Career Talk@ SAI

“A mind that is stretched by new experiences can never go back to its old dimensions.”Oliver  Wendell Holmes, Jr

Choosing the right career is immensely crucial while students are still in school, so that they don’t regret in later lives. For that students need to make conscious effort to analyse their own selves and explore their strengths, weaknesses, interest and aptitude. They also should attempt to know the available career opportunities and also about alternate career options if they decide to change their stream in future.

To guide the students, SAI International regularly organizes SAI career Talk, where eminent educationists or leaders in the field of education interact with the students and advise them on present career paths, process of application to various universities, building an appealing resume and many more.

Mr. Ashley Fernandes, Country Head-India, Emlyon Business School, France and Chairman for High Education Committee of Indo-French Chamber of Commerce and Industry delineated on the importance of sports and spoke about the bright future of E-Sports, during the SAI Career Talk on Wednesday, July 1, 2020. He advised the students to focus on personal growth and enhance their innate sporting abilities. Founder and Mentor, Dr.Bijaya Kumar Sahoo discussed about signing an MOU between both the institutions, to leverage sports education through e-classes.

In the SAI Career Talk session held on Wednesday, June 24, 2020, Ms. Cristina Michelini, Senior Customer Success Manager, BridgeU Ltd, spoke on the topic, ‘Overview of how BridgeU works and how parents can help their kids in the process”. She briefed the students about the features of BridgeU and delineated about its effectiveness in aiding students to access a wider range of university destinations as well as enabling counselors and teachers to manage the university application process from one place.

SAIoneers from Classes XI and XII attended the Career Talk by Shri Pradeep Narayanan, Founder Admizzionz Campuz on Wednesday, June 17, 2020. Speaking on the topic, ‘College Admissions in India – Opportunities and Challenges’, Shri Narayanan provided a gamut of information on career options available in India, subject streams, new age careers, available courses and the top colleges offering a particular course along with information on important entrance examinations. He also briefed on the admission process in different colleges and guided on how to choose the right criteria for the right career.

SAI International School believes in bringing about a meaningful change in the lives of its students by constantly guiding them to pursue the right path. Simultaneously, the school takes care to identify and understand the area of expertise of the students as well as motivates them for self reflection to assess their own strength and weakness. This gives them the ability to weigh options before taking any decisions and also inspires the children to gain a better control over their life in order to move ahead successfully.

eSummer Camp- Learning Continues for Classes IX and X

In response to the current pandemic situation the eSummer camp was a blessing in disguise for the children of SAI International. They were blessed with a complete learning range both Scholastic and co-Scholastic. Let’s have a sneak peak of what the children of Classes IX and X did through the 14 days.

Day 1

The day one of eSummer Camp received a hearty welcome by the students.  The Sculpture Making Session of Class IX consisted of making body parts of an elephant by sculpting it out from clay. They also had a Science Magic session by our guest faculty Shri Aurorashmi Mohanty, an eminent expert in science. He demonstrated how to make a simple DC Motor using battery, copper wire and a simple bar magnet. There after he also demonstrated the process of making an electromagnetic crane using a nail, copper wire and battery, card board and paper. The entire session was highly educative, interesting and interactive. On the other hand Class X students joined the session to learn the basics of Spanish language; they learnt the colors, salutations and some commonly used words. In the music session they learnt Bhajans from the resource person, and later to make the class livelier they even sang some Punjabi Bollywood songs taught by the trainer.

Day 2

An activity on Puppet Show was held for the children of Class IX and also a basic in Drumming was conducted. They were even briefed about gripping the drum sticks, tuning the drums, types of drums, and even played the popular songs on the drums such as Maa tujhe salaam, Hum honge kamyab, Sha la la. Class X students learnt the art of Sculpture making and the types of art, they sculpted two birds on a tree by using clay. They were even briefed about adding texture, and detailing to a clay model and how to give finishing touches to it. There was also an interactive session where doubts were addressed by the trainer.

Day 3

Class IX children were taught to play tunes using keyboard on the third day of the summer camp. They learnt the chords of Maroon 5 and Canon tune in keyboard.  Tunes of Maroon 5 and Shape of you were played together in a single chord. The session concluded with a keyboard performance by Ronak of IX G, which made the session an interactive one.

In the sports and fitness session of Class X  students were briefed upon the importance of fitness, Importance of sports in day to day life, basic skills on Basket ball , Football, Table Tennis, Kho-Kho, Cricket techniques by the legend Sachin Tendulkar. In the Music session they learnt about the 5 various parts of drum, different types of drum, basic elements to beat the drum, basic rock drum beats, to play digital drum. Clay Modeling was also a session for them where they learnt turning still painting into real with the help of clay and the importance of base while making a clay model.

 Day 4

The eSummer Camp brought about a whole new world of experiences for the students of SAI International; Class IX students were engrossed in synchronizing the Aerobics steps with the song Mile Sur from Street Dancer and Ye lelo. There was also a Communication Skill session for them where they heard wonderful stories and interacted about ‘Accepting ones flaws’. Sristhi Mohanty of IX concluded the session by reciting her beautiful poem.

In the Keyboard practice session of class X they were taught how to create a tone. And played the chords of sa re ga ma in keyboard and violin also. The trainer played a Bollywood song for the children. In the Clay modeling the students learnt how make a Swan model through clay. Some students made their models through flour dough.

Day 5

Colors bring happiness in life Class IX students attended the eSummer Camp on Pot Painting and learnt about the importance of colors in life. Students participated enthusiastically in this interaction session. The resources person advised on how to hold a brush and how effects can be made on a surface with different strokes of a brush. She even showed how we can make creative utilization of our broken crockery. Finally they answered all the queries that children had & advised them to use their creativity whenever and wherever they can. A Guitar session was conducted for them where they learnt striking chords, movement of fingers, importance of practice (Sadhna), importance of rhythm played some popular songs.  Students even played some popular songs

A Communication Skills workshop was held for the students of Class X where the resource person spoke about introspection and communicating with self. She began with a story of a broken pot which related with once flaws. How to identify ones flaws and accept them, many other stories were also narrated to the students reflecting different situations. Aerobics session was also held for the students for class X. The teacher explained each and every move nicely and neatly through practical demonstration to keep them fit.

Day 6

Class IX students had a session on Video Editing by Shri Ashwini Kumar Satpathy, where the resource person spoke about graphic designing and video editing while the class on Best out of Waste Activity made a Dream Catcher with simple things like tissue paper, threads and bangles.

In the Dance session by Ms Revati Khattar briefed about the various dance forms. She spoke about the importance of dance in our life to the students of Class X. Followed by a warm-up session for the first 15 minutes where students were encouraged to take part. She advised how to use a prop while dancing like a chair or so. The trainer also spoke about gesture moments, posture moments, and facial expressions. Later in the session she performed on same famous Hollywood lyrics. In the Master Chef Session, SAIoneer Divyashish shared the recipe of Vegetable Biriyani using paneer, jackfruit, soya chunks, and potatoes. He explained each and every step of the dish very nicely and the origin of the dish too.  The second recipe was complimentary for the Biriyani…. the infamous “Raita”’, while the 3rd dish was a very famous Hyderabadi dessert- The Shahi Tukda. The recipes were explained wonderfully with demonstration.

Day 7

An interactive Life Skill session was held by the Life Skill trainer Ms Anuppma on the topic ‘Finding your passion’ for class IX students. The trainer spoke about the importance of passion in one’s life emphasizing on talking to oneself and deciding the passion and also on the importance of values. She said passion is directly linked to happiness. She showed some interactive videos also. Finally there was a question answer session.

Dance session by Ms Revati Khattar, began with leading a particular dance with different body parts like elbows, hips and legs, followed by how to use the entire body while dancing on a particular number. She also taught that movements should be sharp and crisp. Students were briefed about how to do Passe jumps, and Chasse (French words), that are a part of contemporary dance form. Finally she showed some steps on the song- “Fix You” by Cold Play

In the Health Hygiene and Skin Session by Ms Lopamudra Pradhan for Class X was held to identify skin and hair type, benefits of using a particular shampoo, checking vitamin D3 level in our body on a regular basis. Importance of oil message on hair roots was also discussed.

While in the 2nd session for Class X the value of money, expenditure and saving was discussed. The trainer also discussed about utilizing the pocket money judiciously. The difference between necessity and luxury was also discussed.  She also briefed about the importance of banks and opening a savings account and how to multiply money by using various means. It was an interactive session where students asked questions on the related topic.

Day 8

In the Language session of Class IX students learnt the basics of Spanish language by Ms Kalyani Mohapatra where they learnt twenty nine Spanish alphabets, numbers, different colours, greetings in Spanish, gender with objects, months of the year and a story of Roja and story of Pajaro bird.

In the Money Wise session students learnt about the value of money, spending and saving money properly, opening a bank account and what is the difference between necessity and luxury in a student’s life.

Class X a session on Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships was taken by the Life Skills trainer Ms Anuppma where she interacted with the students and explained about balanced/healthy relationships and unbalanced/unhealthy relationships through different case studies. She spoke about the boundaries of different relationships. How healthy and unhealthy relationships can be determined by using boundaries. How acceptance plays an important role in healthy and unhealthy relationship s. towards the end she gave an idea about how to tackle with unhealthy relationship. In the Dance Session by Ms Revati Khattar she had a warm up session followed by the Contemporary movements and the three techniques of Rond de Jambe, Passy Jump and Chasing was shown to the students.

Day 9

On day 9 students had a session on Table Etiquette where they were briefed on the actual meaning of table manners, basic -Do’s and Don’ts of table manners, basic table manners in office, party and meeting. Table manners in India and western countries were also discussed. In the Photography session for Class IX by Shri Milan Machhar where he explained about the basics of photography such as ISO, aperture and shutter speed. The trainer also presented few of his own master pieces. He discussed about cinematography and difference between photography and cinematography. He concluded the session with two small videos.

In the video editing Session for Class X by Shri Ashwini Kumar laid down the importance of thinking before we begin, importance of sound, the designing process, making short films, there was an active discussion about movies and animation too

In the Best out of Waste session students made a wall hanging using metal string, thread, tissue paper sand coloured paper. They used waste materials in painting as well. The resource person gave some information about using colour combinations in art. The session was interesting and the students enjoyed it.

Day 10

Ms Revati Khattara Dance trainer conducted a session for the students of Class IX where she spoke about the importance of dance in our life. There was a warm up session for the first 15 minutes where students were encouraged to take part. The trainer advised the students to how to use a prop while dancing like a chair or something. She spoke about two focus fixed and peripheral focus. She even spoke about gesture moments, posture moments, and facial expression. She explained how to create a tone and dance with the same. In the session on Drama children learnt about the significance of drama as an activity. Students enacted different situations and roles.

In the Spanish Language Session for Class X Ms. Kalyani Mishra taught about greetings in Spanish, different professions, nationality, countries, farming small sentences and some commonly used adjectives and conversation, while in the musical session children learnt about Keyboard. The Resource person played the theme of 1920 movie and asked the students to identify it. He then played the song” Pehla nasha” from the movie Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikandar. He interacted with the students and sang a few songs. He played a few more tunes and asked the children to identify them. He taught how to identify the chords and notes, he also taught to play the song “Abhi mujh mein kahin”.

Day 11

The concluding day ie the 14th Day of the e Summer camp was more of a celebration where students showcased various art, cooking and all that they learnt in the last 14 days. Parents and Grandparents had also joined the celebration with great happiness.

All through the eSummer Camp children as well as the parents were highly engaged in the various sessions designed for the student. They shared ppts, performed classical dance, recited poems, played violin and guitar to showcase what they had leant all through the days.

Round Square Inspired – Art and Artists Across the Border

“Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures.”Henry Ward Beecher

A project ‘Art and Artists Across the Border’ is being organized by SAI International as part of Round Square initiative. The 3-month project which aligns with one of the six-ideals of Round Square, Internationalism, will be participated by more than 400 students across 30 Schools from 5 different countries like Oman, Bangladesh, Argentina, United Arab Emirates and India.

As part of it, SAI International hosted its 1st Round Square Schools collaborative online virtual session on Wednesday, June 17, 2020 with 100 students from 10 Schools. Students from Classes IX to XII took a look at important artists and artwork that changed and influenced art culture in their own country and across the globe. Students explored and analyzed art forms of different countries subjectively with a focus on elements of design, mastery displayed in the piece and any symbolism found. This activity promotes important life skills such as listening, observing and responding to multiple perspectives.

The first session was attended by students from Dhirubhai Ambani International School, Mumbai, Doon School, Dehradun, Mayo College Girl’s School, Ajmer, Assam Valley School, Tezpur and SAI International School, Bhubaneswar. The young students discussed about eminent artists like Andy Warhol and Georgia O’keeffe (USA), Oscar Claude Monet, Niki De Saint Phalle (France), Safaa Errnas and Malika Agueznay (Morocco), Ngoc Van and Nguyen Sang (Vietnam), Kavita Nayyar (India) among others. The students from AVS also discussed the architecture of ancient Indian.

In the second group, the participant students were from Schools like Sunbeam School, Lahartara, RKKG, Jodhpur, Trivandrum International School, Thiruvananthapuram, and Welham Girls’ School, Dehradun. The students shared information about International artists like Martin Bulinya and Joseph Mbatia Bertier (Kenya), William Twigg-Smith and D.Howard Hitchcock (Hawai), Kiran Manandhar and Shashikala Tiwari (Nepal) and Edvard Munch and Johan Christian Dahl (Norway).

Each of the activities culminated with an interesting game on guessing the artists. The young participants critically analyzed some of their famous arts, shared valuable information about their style, the history behind some famous paintings and about their personal life. The session presented students with an opportunity to expand their knowledge about artists of different countries and their impact on world history as well as develop an aesthetic sense and an inquisitiveness to learn more about Artists of the world. The participants will pick their favourite art piece and replicate it in their own creative way, which will later be displayed in an online gallery.

Having an appreciation for art and artists helps develop an admiration for each other and how we are all unique in our own way, the conversations of which can be continued outside the classroom. The next session will be held on June 22, 2020.

Learning Beyond Books at e- Summer Camp for Classes VI, VII & VIII

“Never stop dreaming, never stop believing, never give up, never stop trying, and never stop learning.” ― Roy Bennett 

Learning and teaching got a new dimension during the lockdown, a whole new format emerged and the children very quickly adapted themselves to it. SAI International hosted an e-Summer Camp from June 1 to 14, 2020 with a plethora of activities for all the students of SAI International. The activities of the summer camp were so divided that each class would nurture a skill needed for the children to be future ready. Let’s know what did the Class VI, VII and VIII students did in the eSummer Camp.

Day 1

Day one of the camp introduced the students to Communication Skills where they were told about effective communication they also did Aerobics and danced to the tunes of bollywood hit Ghungaroo to keep themselves fit.

Class VII students were introduced to the benefits of yoga, they were also made aware of how yoga is beneficial in rejuvenating the body, mind and soul for connecting with ones inner self. While in the Tabla session they started with playing Achyutam Keshavam and learnt various Taals of Tabla. Class VIII children learnt the Bhajan Sarwatmaka Sarweshwara from the music resource person diligently; it was a wondersome energetic morning during the eSummer Camp and children definitely enjoying as well as learnt from it.

Day 2

Class VI students indulged themselves in 3D paper Collage activity during the Camp on the second day of the camp. They were briefed about the technique of making paper collage by using pencil, white sheet, glue and news paper. Teachers also told them how to use the colours according to the colour scheme and how to give a 3D effect to the collage.

Class VII leant the verbal and non verbal communication skills by Ms Anu Ralli and also practiced Aerobics in the aerobics session

A session on Drama was held for the children of Class VIII where they learnt about expressions, and delivering dialogues. And a session on sports and fitness was also held.

Day 3

Best out of waste session was loved by the children of Class VI where they made Book Marks, Face Mask and Flower Pot all by the unused or waste material present at home.

In the Class VII session children learnt playing Keyboard and Piano they also learnt how to tune them. They also played an old Hindi song on the keyboard.

Class VIII students had an Aerobics session where they danced on Disco Songs, while in the verbal and non verbal Communication Skills Session was taken by Anu Ralli. Children were briefed about expanding sentences for creative writing, effective communication, response to response, creative way of diary writing and healthy & unhealthy communication.

Day 4

As the day unfolds class VI students entered day 4 of the #eSummerCamp, with Ms Revati Khattar with energetic and fun filled dance moves on Bhangra, Hip Hop, and Jazz. The students were truly inspired to learn and dance along the trainer.

Class VII children had a session on Violin & Tabla and a session on Health and Hygiene by Beauty Expert Lopamudra Pradhan. She briefed on how to take care of skin and hair stressing more on unnecessary overuse of Sanitizers. There was also a question and answer session where they were advised to use paraben & sulphate free shampoo for healthy hair & scalp.

A Visual Art session was held for the students of class VIII. Children learnt different sculpture works with clay modeling. They also learnt how to do the clay modeling with adding and carving process.  They showcased their creative art work during this session. Children also learnt about the different taals in the music session.

Day 5

The young  Master Chefs of Class VI cooked three course meal in the e-session of the eSummer Camp was prepared. In starter they prepared crunchy noodle salad; in main course children prepared burnt garlic rice with vegetable stew and yummy mango squares in dessert. They were also briefed about the nutritional values of the dishes they cooked. Class VII had a mix media activity in painting using different materials. Ms Lopamudra Pradhan a skin and beauty expert took a hygiene, skin and hair care session for class VII. She shared some tips for hair and skin care, good makeup practices (before and after), and some advice on oral hygiene, eye care, ear care was also briefed to them.  There was a music activity also for the students where different types of Taal and dhun were discussed.

Day 6

Science is fun and toys can be made at home using Science concepts were introduced by Shri Auro Rashmi Mohanty where the students of Class VI were shown how to make toys using science concepts, with 2 different activities. In the sports & fitness, students were introduced to the full form of Sports: S- sincere, P- punctual, O- obedient, R- responsible, and T- talent. Students were also briefed about skills of different games. Like (basket ball, football, kho kho and table tennis)

Resource person Anuppma in the Life Skill session of class VII asked the students to write about physical, social and self understanding. There was also a discussion about self awareness, strengths and challenges of a learner. While in the Musical session they sang Maula karam ho and Har ghadi badal rahi hai.

In the Master Chef session SAIoneer Divyashish, prepared and taught  the Class VIII students how to make delicious snacks  such as  Bombay Sandwich, Salsa, and a Healthy drink the Nutritional value of the vegetables were discussed my his mother. In the Life Skills session, students learnt about what is adaptation, how to adapt oneself for different situations and adaptation process in life.

Day 7

A Robotics session was held for the students of Class VI students where they were explained about the working of different types of robots, parts used in Robotics, resource person differentiated between robotics & robots. A circuit design of Robots was also discussed. In the Master Chef session of Class VI students were guided to make Shahi Tukda and Kheer Korma. Children loved the session and enjoyed a lot.

In the Class VII activity, students were shown how to make toys using different science concepts and engaging activities in the Science Magic Session. While in the fitness session they were briefed about various games like basketball cricket and were alos told about the benefits of exercise.

In the Communication Skills session by Ms Saswati Satpathy for class VIII; a story telling session was held to develop communication skills in children. She gave a life lesson to the children to not to make a tiny problem very big in your life. Let them stay as it is. She also told about destiny and luck, and their play in life. They also had a puppetry session by Ms Steffy George, where the students were shown how to make puppet with one puppet story.

Day 8

A Robotics session was held for the students of Class VI students where they were explained about the working of different types of robots, parts used in Robotics, resource person differentiated between robotics & robots. A circuit design of Robots was also discussed. In the Master Chef session of Class VI students were guided to make Shahi Tukda and Kheer Korma. Children loved the session and enjoyed a lot.

In the Class VII activity, students were shown how to make toys using different science concepts and engaging activities in the Science Magic Session. While in the fitness session they were briefed about various games like basketball cricket and were also told about the benefits of exercise.

In the Communication Skills session by Ms Saswati Satpathy for class VIII; a story telling session was held to develop communication skills in children. She gave a life lesson to the children to not to make a tiny problem very big in your life. Let them stay as it is. She also told about destiny and luck, and their play in life. They also had a puppetry session by Ms Steffy George, where the students were shown how to make puppets.

Day 9

In the Puppetry Session of Class VI Ms Rishu Suryan introduced different types of puppet and children used props as puppets to act. In the Drama session children learnt dialogue delivery, the resource person used dialogues from famous movies and Mahabharata.

Class VII had a Communication Skill session on Communicating with oneself and some moral stories were discussed by Ms Saswati Sathpathy. While in the 2nd session on music was held on Guitar where the children learnt how to play the Happy Birthday tune and a few more. He also guided the students to play Guitar in an easy way.

In the Class VIII a session on Sports and fitness was held by the resource person, where the students learnt about the importance of sports and fitness, even Table Tennis basic skills and Basketball basic rules and skills and Kho kho skills. In the Science Magic Session Shri Aurorashmi Mohanty illustrated how to make toys with different science concepts.

Day 10

A Violin and Tabla Session was held for the Class VI with the introduction of the musical notes and Bande Utkal Janani was also played. Children learnt some important note while the trainer played a song from Taal on Tabla.  They were also taught about Bivas Raag. The students played different songs with violin and keyboard.  Students also had a Guitar session. They were taught different types of guitar and the notes played on it. Active participation of students along with sir made the session interactive and engaging.

A Paper Collage activity was done for the students of class VII, they were taught about types of drawing, colours, how to use, how to make different objects, and encouraged the students in being creative and innovative while in the 2nd session of Drama and Communications, students told different movie dialogues – such as emotional, serious and comic dialogues, showing different voice modulation and tone.

In the Yoga and session for Class VIII the students learnt different Asanas to improve the immune system. A Communication session was also held by Ms Annu Ralli on the different types of communication. There students were briefed upon not to be afraid of being wrong, value being respectful, critical thinking there was also a game on Quick Facts Vs Opinion. They even practiced speech.

The concluding day ie the 14th Day of the e Summer camp was more of a celebration where students showcased various art, cooking and all that they learnt in the last 14 days. Parents and Grandparents had also joined the celebration with great happiness. They also shared their feelings of joy and excitement in doing all these throughout these 14days of SAI e-summer camp.

The eSummer Camp conclude on a very happy note for the students of Class VI, VII & VIII on June 14, 2020.

Instilling the 21st century Skills through eSummer Camp for Classes IV and V

“The desire to create is one of the deepest yearnings of the human soul.” Dieter F. Uchtdorf

The Summer Camp at SAI International has seen a tectonic shift in the way of teaching and learning. Earlier the Summer Camps were conducted physically in the School but COVID 19 showed us a new way of learning that is by staying home at the same time staying connected to the school for learning through the e-Summer Camp.
The eSummer Camp commenced on June 1, 2020 with a plethora of activities for all the students of SAI International. The activities of the summer camp were so divided that each class would nurture a skill needed for the children to be future ready. Starting from the ICT skills of Coding, Robotics, Animation, Video Editing, Photography. To strengthen the body and mind, Yoga, Aerobics, Zumba and Dance were introduced in the eSummer Camp. To hone their creativity, sessions on Mix-Media, Clay Modelling, Origami, Paper Collage, Art, Sculpture & Pot Painting were conducted to expand their creative horizons.

It was a stupendous kick off for the eSummer Camp of Classes IV and V on June 1, 2020. Class IV had a wonderful session on Pot Painting. Children of Class IV came up with beautifully coloured pots and also learnt the various Rasa of dramatics.
While the students of Class V interacted with a professional gymnastics trainer who made the students get involved in physical exercises which require balancing, strength, flexibility, agility and co-ordination of arms, shoulders, legs, back and abdominal muscles while explaining the types of gymnastic with perfect physical presentation. To make our SAIoneers future ready for the 21st century the Robotics session involved demonstration and modelling of a robotic car.

On the 2nd day of the eSummer Camp a Punjabi dance training session by the Guest trainer Ms. Revati Khattar who from all the way from Delhi engaged with the children online. Children even requested the trainer to upload her dance videos so that they can watch it and learn even after the camp gets over. Paper butterflies and flowers were made in the Origami Session on the 2nd day.
While in the eSession of Class V students enjoyed the story on colors and also used crayons during the session to illustrate the story. And also enjoyed the Rajasthani folk dance session where a few children were dressed up in Rajasthani lehengas too.

It was fun overloaded for the students of classes IV and V. The young SAIoneers of Class IV got trained to become master chefs by yet another SAIoneer Divyashish of Class XI. They prepared Poha, Paneer Chat and Rooh Afza with a twist and had it right there after displaying it. It was also a delight that children came up to showcase their 2 days creative works they had learnt from the teachers. They even learnt Sand Art and drew an elephant on paper covered it with glue and then sprinkled sand to stick it on paper.
Class V children learnt Clay Modelling with both hard and soft clay and made a beautiful wall hanging after painting it. They also had a dance session by our guest expert Revati Khatter on some peppy bollywood numbers which children enjoyed whole-heartedly

Session on Dramatics was held for class IV students where they were briefed on how to express various emotions. While in the second session Life Skill Coach Anuppma taught self discipline and discipline at home through a board activity. Class V did some Sand Art by drawing Ganesha on paper and sprinkling sand on glue to stick to the base. Another interactive session on puppetry was held which illustrated the types of puppets, how and when they are used.

Enthusiasm of the Classes IV and V SAIoneers are still high on the 5th day of the eSumme rCamp. A Clay Modelling session and a session on Table Etiquette was held for Class IV students. Children modelled a beautiful three with two birds sitting on its branches. And in the second session they learnt the types of meals, how to set up formal and informal table settings.
While the Class V students had a Fruit Salad session and also a Life Skill activity session on Team Work both at home and at School by Anuppma a life Skill Trainer.

SAIoneers of Class IV entered the world of puppetry on the 8th day of #eSummerCamp. Children learnt about the about various kinds and aspects of puppetry. They were also instructed about the do’s and don’ts of puppetry. Children enjoyed the puppet show and watched it with a lot of curiosity. In the 2nd session children learnt gymnastics. SAIoneers had an educational and energetic session.

In the writing session for Class V students, they learnt how to write a story and how stories are integrated into our culture and mythology. There was also a hygiene, health and skin care session for the SAIoneers and their parents by the expert Ms Lopamudra Pradhan. The interactive session was loved by both parents and the children where questions not only came from the children but also from parents.

Class IV at the eSummerCamp had a blast of expressions. In the drama session the resource person briefed upon how to portray various emotions while enacting a drama.
While in the Storytelling session the resource person narrated the story and based on the story children had to suggest a title for the same. The children suggested ‘An Oily Mess’ as the title. She also taught how to make finger puppets.
In the class V session the Gymnastic session Ms Karishma made the students to gymnastics on music. While in the storytelling session the children heard the ants story and discussed about teamwork, friendship and also did an activity on chart paper.

Class IV students at the eSummerCamp had a session on Robotics where they were guided on how to make a robot. The second session was held on Communications Skills where Ms Annu Ralli taught how to strengthen the communication skills.
The pottery session of Class V; children made colorful tribal paintings on pots using Orange, Yellow and Black. While in the Drama Session children learnt how to express themselves in various situations.

The little ones of Class IV moved to the tunes of Sauda khara khara a Punjabi Bhangra song. In the second session Ms Karishma taught various steps and postures of Gymnastics. Class V children had a session on Communication Skill by Ms Annu Ralli where the children learnt how to communicate with each other not just verbal but by using body language, expressions and eyes. It was an interesting session for the children where the children interacted a lot. The Session on dramatics was equally interesting for the children as the instructor asked the children to dress up as per the situation.

DAY 10
Stories fascinate children to the maximum it is the best way to inculcate good habits in them. A Hindi story telling session was held for children of Class IV, the story revolved around on ‘greed’, to make the story interesting the resource person used puppets and props. A Health and hygiene session was conducted by Ms Lopamudra Pradhan, the small children were trained on keeping themselves clean and follow hygienic ways of living.
Grade V students engaged themselves to make scientific toys using paper with optical illusion. The resource person Shri Auro Rashmi Mohanty adapted to each age group and created his activities accordingly. While in the Master Chef Session Custard Pudding was made using Rusk as base.

Children thoroughly enjoyed each session and participated whole heartedly.

Career Session @ SAI

“Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.”  – Confucius

SAI International School has initiated an online programme for the development of student’s potential careers. The programme aims to guide and empower students from Classes X to XII in making informed and responsible choices on learning, occupations, career goals and other aspects of life. It introduces students to resources and skills necessary for a successful job in the future as well as aid them in managing and adapting to the transition from High School to University seamlessly.

The programme commenced on Wednesday, June 3, 2020 with a session with Shri Srimoy Mitra, Founder, East Prep, who spoke on the  the topic, ‘SAT, International Education and Admissions in International Universities post COVID 19’. He briefed the students about higher education opportunities in the US and advised them to have a thorough background check before joining any institute of higher education. He also informed them about the SAT classes which will commence shortly.

Shri Sandeep Saraswal, Manager College Board, Outreach – South Asia, delivered the Career Talk on the topic, ‘Role of SAT and AP in Undergraduate Admissions’. During the virtual interaction on Wednesday, June 10, 2020, with students from Classes XI and XII, he presented on excellent practice for SAT and other competitive exams. He gave an overview of SAT – University Entrance Test used worldwide, including the test and registration dates. Shri Saraswal also briefed about AP exams, benefits of AP course, College credit and placement open for world options.

The career sessions help students to know the pros and cons of the different streams, courses and educational options, enabling them to make an informed choice.

Rendezvous with the Head Teacher, Welton Primary School UK

“The beauty of the world lies in diversity of people” – Anonymous

SAI International School teachers had an online interactive session with Mr. John Snell, Head Teacher, Welton Primary School, United Kingdom (UK) on Wednesday, May 27, 2020, as part of International collaborative activities of SAI International. Around 120 teachers from Play Group to Class V attended the meet.

Mr.Snell spoke about the COVID 19 situation in the UK and its impact on school education, especially on their school. He also briefed about the history of the 120-year-old school and shared about a recent program, ‘The career learning at Welton Primary School’, conducted by them. During the session, the participants spoke about the various activities conducted in each other’s school during lockdown.

Mr. Snell introduced his family, who spoke about how they are coping with the lockdown time at home. The children spoke about their routine at home and John’s wife spoke about her school where she works as an English teacher.

The head teacher along with his family displayed Shepherd’s Pie, a British food while explaining in minute details about the recipe and the procedure of making the dish. As a reciprocation, teachers of SAI International showcased an Indian recipe, Aloo Tikki Chaat to them. Several other discussions were also held on various innovative activities conducted by the schools during lockdown.

SAI International has been successfully partnering with several schools across the world, since its inception in the year 2008. There are five partner schools in the UK and Welton Primary is one of the oldest partner schools of SAI International. Over the years the partnership has been strengthened through collaborative projects and exchange visits.

SAI International joins hands with Interact Club members from Mauritius, Brazil and Sri Lanka

“Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success.” – Henry Ford

The Interact Club Members of SAI International School met for a virtual meet with Interact Club Members of schools from countries like Brazil and Sri Lanka on Sunday, May 24, 2020. Around 40 members from various schools of the three countries had a virtual talent exchange, to forge a connect and understand each other’s culture.

While Club Members of Brazil shared their cuisine followed by a dance performance, the students of Sri Lanka exhibited their singing skills. The Members of SAI International School sang songs, played the harmonium and shared a video on climate change. They also blew a conch shell and explained its significance. The other school from India presented an Odissi dance.

Among the members present from Brazil were Rtn. Adelberto Laurenco da Silva, Interact Advisor, Rtn. Elisangela A Parecida De Grande, Counsellor, Rtn. Leandro Miguel, Assistant District Governor Dist. 4480 Brazil and Interactor Tatiana and her club members. P.H.F. P.P. Rtn. Marshad Barry Assistant Governor Rotary District 3220 Sri Lanka and Maldives and Rtn. Manik Sharma from the Rotary Club of Bhubaneswar and Interact Club President of Colombo North and Wesley College also joined.

Last week students of SAI International School were among the 100 members from the Interact Club of India, Srilanka and Mauritius who met online on Sunday, May 10, 2020. Thirty students of SAI discussed on the projects undertaken by the Club during the lockdown period.

Among the dignitaries present were PHF.P.P Rtn. Marshad Barry, Assistant Governor Rotary District 3220 Srilanka & Maldives, Rtn. Anju Ramodhin, District Officer Rotaract & Interact of Mauritius District 9220 and Rtn. Manik Sharma, Chairman Interact, Rotary Bhubaneswar.

Special guests, Rtn. Asoka Pieris, President Rotary Club of Colombo North, Rtn. Hemanth Landuge from Aurangabad, India, Incoming DRCC and Former DRR Amjaj Yusuf, Srilanka, Interact District Director Azri, Srilanka, motivated the young members with their varied experience as Rotarians.

SAIoneers presented a power point presentation on the activities undertaken by the club and proposed the plan of action for the coming session. The members committed to meet on a regular basis for future collaborative projects. This meeting was just a beginning of an endless journey as responsible citizens.

Interact is a Rotary-sponsored service club for young people in the age group of 14 to 18 years, providing them with an opportunity to develop leadership skills, apart from discovering the power of Service Above Self. The Interact Club of SAI International School was established since its inception and every year students enthusiastically join the Club. The Members take part in various social connect activities, which inspire them to become responsible citizens.

Story Chain Activity on International Family Day

Family is not an important thing, it is everything.” – Michael J. Fox

SAI International School conducted an online story chain activity on International Family Day to succour a rostrum, for our SAI International family, enabling them to bask in the brilliance of family ties. It was themed around internationalism, democracy, environment, adventure, leadership and service, to inculcate the ideals of Round Square. The amazing activity reflected great joy and ebullience as family members jubilantly and creatively presented the stories.

While SAIoneers of Pre Primary and their family took us on a jungle tour through fabulous set ups and superb narration, the family members of our SAIoneers from Class I to III, enchanted us with wondrous narration with props, charts and action on the topic ‘the day I learnt to fly’. Even though students are in lockdown they can still go on adventures in their imagination.

SAIoneers of Class IV and V and their family members delighted us on the theme’ ‘If I ran a country’, making students think about their roles and responsibilities as a leader. The family of Class VI students took us on an adventure journey and the family of Class VII, touched our hearts on their take on empathy. Class VIII threw light on the situation, 20 years from now, Class IX presented their story on online classes during 21st century and Class X shared stories on life during lockdown period.

The Higher Secondary students of all the three streams, Science, Humanities and Commerce, presented stories on the theme, ‘Grand mom’s tales and talk revisited’. Some spoke about stories passed down generations in their family, some shared their favourite bedtime stories told by their grandmother and some recalled instances from the bygone pages of their life which strengthened their family bonding. It was heart touching to hear both the students and family members share their experiences on how they learnt different values from their parents and grandparents, which are their priceless possession.

The day revived some pleasant memories and brought each other closer as we celebrated our happiness together. It was indeed a day to cherish and will be embedded in the annals of peerless memories.

This year, SAI International School became a Round Square Global Member School. In January last year, the School was honoured to receive the prestigious affiliation from Round Square, USA. SAI is the only school from Eastern India to become a Round Square Candidate School. The Membership brings opportunities for students of SAI International School to develop global competence, character and understanding, through real-life meaningful activities. As a Round Square Candidate School, SAI International School has effectively incorporated the six ideals of Round Square in the curriculum.

Mother’s Day celebrated Online

A mother is she who can take the place of all others but whose place no one else can take.” – Cardinal Mermillod

Every day is a Mother’s Day and every moment with our mother is special. However to make the mothers feel extra special, Mother’s Day is celebrated all over the world every year on the second Sunday of May.

The SAI International family celebrated the Day online with great vigor, verve and vitality on Sunday, May 10, 2020. From the confines of their respective homes, students from Play Group to Class XII paid tribute to the unconditional love of their mother through dance sequences, dramas, mono acts, songs, speeches and poems.

SAI International School utilized the online Zoom class timings wherein each class from Play Group to Class XII put up their class-wise performances online. The lockdown gave our SAIoneers enough time to prepare for the D day and they had presented a fabulous show, dedicated to the selfless love of mothers. It was heartening to see the students and the family members pay a humble tribute to all the mothers. Many of the students also paid tribute the Mother Earth. It was a moment of togetherness, love and gratitude.

Adding to the joy, the music and dance Gurus of SAI International presented a magical show as a musical ode to the mothers. Parents and students of SAI International School, SAI Angan and SAI International School watched the programme live online. On the occasion, Founder, SAI International, paid a tribute to the mothers and humbly thanked them for being a powerful source of positivity and strength in each child.

It was a real treat to witness the eventful day, which created history in the most cacophonic and catastrophic times of COVID19, wherein the children with their zeal and display of feelings not only captured the hearts of their mothers but also everyone watching the program.

It was an amazing feeling to witness the various performances held online, bringing smiles on the faces even during the times of despair. They day will always be cherished in the heart of every SAIoneer and their family members.

SAI TV Online Club Class

“Learning how to edit movies was a real breakthrough”. –  Peter Jackson

The Club Members of SAI TV made optimal use of the lockdown, learning about creating short movies during their club classes. From learning how to download editing software to writing scripts to identifying locations to taking videos to editing and preparing beautiful videos, the enthusiastic members left no stones unturned to showcase their creativity. 

They were also guided on creating videos with meaningful social messages. The new members leaned about the aim and purpose of SAI TV. To make it more interactive and interesting students were asked to share their favourite hobby and basing on that create meaningful videos. They also learnt how to edit in cell phones. Some of the assignment given was create videos on Love for Nature and Dos and don’ts during lockdown. 

Students were also briefed on the importance and technics of anchoring, voice over, voice modulation and how to take interviews. They were motivated to enhance their creativity and make the learning joyful.

Interact Club Classes

“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” Mahatma Gandhi

Forty Members of Interact Club from Classes XI and XII participated in the virtual club activity held on Saturday, May 9, 2020. They were shown a video on “Happiness is helping others”. The Members were also briefed on “Why to join Interact Club”.

It was an interactive session and the students shared their views on service. The planner for the session was shared with the group and the Interactors of Class XII shared their experience of being a part of the International Day of Service. It concluded by showing a video on activities undertaken by the Interact Club of SAI International School.

Online Expert Sessions for Parents

“When you talk, you are only repeating what you already know. But when you listen, you might learn something new’. Dalai Lama

Learning something new and interesting during this period of lockdown, makes ones time really constructive. The Online Expert Session held every Sunday is one such attempt to break the monotony of our valued parents, help them learn something new and encourage them to develop a hobby.

In the past two weeks there were four such sessions. The session on health was held on Sunday April 26, 2020, Prof.Jayanta Kumar Panda, Professor Medicine, SCB Medical College, Cuttack and Nodal Officer Training (Critical Care) COVID 19, Government of Odisha, spoke on COVID 19 and its Remedies. In the interactive session, Prof.Panda gave valuable suggestions on how to combat the catastrophic virus and answered the various queries by the parents on the topic.

Continuing with issues related to health and wellbeing, Ms.Sanhati Pani, Founder of Kushmanda Naturals took a session on Physical and Mental Well Being during lockdown, held on Sunday, May 3, 2020. She spoke on the significance of remaining connected to nature and highlighted the importance of using organic food as much as possible and taking care of the mind and body through yoga and meditation.

Now is the time for enhancing one’s culinary skills. Chef Tapan from World Baker, Pal Heights took a session on healthy baking. From using healthy ingredients in baking, to the process of preparing yummy cupcakes and cakes, to give the perfect icing, to the art of plating, the Chef gave a brilliant demonstration on baking.

Chef Michael demonstrated some easy to make healthy veg and non-veg recipes during this lockdown, for the fathers of our SAIoneers. He gave tips on how to prepare chips as well as a continental fish curry. The sessions were really interactive and loved by the parents.


A token of Appreciation for the COVID 19 warriors

“As we lose ourselves in the service of others we discover our own lives and our own happiness.”Dieter F. Uchtdorf

In the battle against COVID 19, it the frontline workers who have been risking their lives to tackle the pandemic and its exponential increase. As a token of appreciation to these brave workforce, SAI International humbly salutes the services rendered by these brave people.

The relentless effort of the Police at this crucial time, to ensure the safety of the people of Odisha is highly commendable. To pay our gratitude to the Police, SAI International distributed food packets to the Police personnel stationed in and around areas like KIIT Square, Patia Square, Acharya Vihar Square, Vani Vihar Square, Sainik School Square, Kalinga Hospital Square as well as in Infocity and Chandrasekharpur Police Stations on March 30 and 31, 2020.

SAI International also acknowledges and appreciates the commendable work of the Safai Sevaks during COVID 19 pandemic. They have been working relentlessly and dedicatedly from doorstep collection of waste to sweeping each and every corner of the street, undeterred by the fear of infection. SAI International family feels privileged to have gifted a towel each, along with dry food items like flattened rice, sugar, semolina, biscuits and Dettol soap to more than 70 Safai Sevaks of Ward No 6 on Saturday, April 25, 2020.


Suprabhat Session: Online Classes on Yoga & Aerobics

“It is exercise alone that supports the spirits, and keeps the mind in vigor.”   – Marcus Tullius Cicero

Yoga is a way of living that aims towards a healthy mind in a healthy body, and Aerobic exercises are an important aspect of living a healthy lifestyle. Regular exercises help in improving muscle strength and boosting endurance.

In this critical time of COVID 19 pandemic and complete lockdown, SAI International introduced the Online Suprabhat Session to help students from Play Group to Class XII and their parents feel energized and prepared for the day.

Two different sessions are held every day, one on Yoga and the other on Aerobics. Both the activities start at 6am, while Yoga is an hour long activity, Aerobics continue for two hours. The sessions are actively participated both by the students and parents.

Online Hobby Classes for Parents

“Everyone should have a deep-seated interest or hobby to enrich his mind, add zest to living, and perhaps, depending upon what it is, result in a service to his country.” – Dale Carnegie

The world is full of exciting activities to explore and it’s never too late to develop a hobby. Hobbies are always fun, as it keeps one engaged in a joyful way. It provides opportunity to learn new skills, make our lives more interesting and meaningful.

Parents have always been an integral part of our teaching and learning process. Their whole-hearted support and confidence keeps inspiring us to work ardently towards providing the best possible education to our SAIoneers.

The ongoing lockdown has diminished the morale of people all around. The monotony and the uncertainty that looms large is immensely demotivating. To break the boredom and raise the spirits of the parents, SAI International has come up with Online Hobby classes.

Held every Sunday, the classes includes a diverse set of interesting activities like music (both vocal and instrumental), art, modern dance, dramatics and aerobic. The active participation of the parents in the hobby classes is indeed inspiring.

Hobby Classes for students during lockdown

“To be really happy and really safe, one ought to have at least two or three hobbies, and they must all be real.”Winston Churchill

Hobbies play a significant role in a person’s life, as it is something that rejuvenates one’s inner self, brings joy and provides opportunities to explore one’s interest and abilities. These activities enhances one’s overall personality, creativity and self-confidence, simultaneously provides exposure to new activities.

Children are now confined to their own homes, with the schools being closed and the playground out-of-bounds. Children need an apt platform to channelize their energy in a proper manner through activities like dance, drama, music, art, creative writing, sports and many more, that interests them.

Keeping in focus the present condition, SAI International has been inspiring the students and providing them avenues, to keep themselves de-stressed and healthy by pursuing their hobbies and interests.

The Online hobby classes for students was initiated for the students from Kindergarten to Class XII, which is spread across the week. For the younger students, classes are being held on art, music and dance and for the senior students it is held on art, music, dance, drama, debate, creative writing, SAI TV and musical instrument.

In this crucial time of COVID 19 pandemic, SAI International is taking every single step to stay connected with each of the SAIoneers. Out whole-hearted effort is to be with our students and their family, and together translate this difficult phase into building interests, strengthening skills, whereby relieving stress and anxieties.