Friday, July 12, 2019

SLIDES OF POWERPOINT PRESENTATION MADE BY STUDENTS



















CAMPAIGN

The students of classes V to VII performed a street play under the sub-activity Campaign of the ISA Project: Waste: The Hidden Treasure. The street play was performed at Meghdutum Park, Sector 50, Noida, on 6 July 2019 from7 a.m. to 8 a.m. The street play aimed at building awareness in the society about the “Importance of Waste Management”. The key concepts that we touched during the street play were importance of segregation of waste at source, concept of recycling and importance of planting trees. The audience’s feedback was overwhelming and very encouraging.




Sharing of Learning between LPS GLOBAL SCHOOL, NOIDA and BECONHOUSE SCHOOL, PAKISTAN)
Under the project Waste: The hidden treasure, students of LPS Global School, Noida and Beconhouse School, Pakistan created useful, innovative items from different types of waste.
Students of LPS GLOBAL SCHOOL shared presentations on composting process, while the students of Beconhouse school shared presentations on cleaner forms of energy. Both the presentations aimed at conserving our environment.


BEST OUT OF WASTE BY STUDENTS OF BEACONHOUSE SCHOOL (PAKISTAN)


















PLANTATION DRIVE BY BEACON HOUSE, PAKISTAN















PRESENTATION ON CLEAN WATER








SHOWCASE

LPS GLOBAL SCHOOL organised a showcase of the project: Waste: The Hidden Treasure on 5th  July 2019.Parents were invited to witness the same.  The items prepared by the students of classes V to VII during “Best out of Waste” activity were displayed. The compost prepared during the term was also sold during the showcase. A street play emphasizing the importance of waste management was also performed in front of the parents.





Monday, May 27, 2019


 

WASTE HIDDEN TREASURE



1.       Know your waste:

Students of classes V, VI and VII learned about different types of waste and the importance of segregating it. They also learned about the innovative waste management techniques adopted by countries across the world.






Compost biodegradable waste


Kitchen, garden waste, cow dung and Cocopeat was collected in a pit and is in the process of getting converted to compost. Red wrigglers were added to the waste to fasten the entire process. Students were excited to be a part of the activity as it was a hands on learning experience for them.







WASTE MANAGEMENT

BEST OUT OF WASTE

Best out of Waste competition was organized by the students of LPS GLOBAL SCHOOL. Using waste products like Glass Bottles, Newspapers and CDs the students made various items like Flower Vase,  Coasters, Photo Frames, Trays and Bangle Stand.