Project day - Museum of Innovation
November 1 and 2, 2017
School

Under the overarching theme of ‘Museum of Innovation’, the ABWA Project Day put up a grand showcase of their student works which was open to parents, NGOs, and other schools. We had JB Petit School, Bombay International School, The Aditya Birla Integrated School and Akanksha visit us on the project day. The morning of November 1st and 2nd, 2017 saw all learners of ABWA from LKG to Grade 8 enthusiastically waiting behind their exhibits to welcome visitors.

The young minds of ABWA, especially Grades LKG to 5 dazzled the audience with their exhibits and confidence. Every floor in the primary school came alive with brilliant decorations that brought out the themes they were projecting. Entering each classroom was like entering a world splashed with colour, models, charts and installations behind which, lively little learners in their costumes, presented their exhibits. The Junior school’s project day depictions emphasized the need for a new world which is renewable, eco-friendly and sustainable for the future generations to live happily.

The secondary school ‘Museum of Innovation’ exhibits transported visitors to a whole new world projecting unimaginable scenarios of the future, building hope to resolve issues of the present that engulf us. The process leading to the Project day in secondary school was an interesting one where in every student came up with ideas surrounding their theme to solve a problem using innovative thinking. Students of every grade from 6 to 8 worked collaboratively to concretize their thoughts into ideas and exhibits.

Using thinking templates helped them to brainstorm and structure their concepts into designs, models, installations, games etc. The logistics team played a dual role of managing registrations for the project day and acting as student proctors’ for the visiting schools. Many teachers’ in the secondary school were also proctoring groups of visiting schools making sure they haven’t missed out on the fun.

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