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LEARNING DURING A LOCKDOWN

The method adopted by HUS is a combination of synchronous (happening collaboratively and at the same time with a group of online learners and a teacher) and asynchronous (happening at any time, not necessarily in a group, but with teacher feedback). The learning management system that HUS has been using since 2017, has been Google Classroom and along with this, add Zoom and you have a synchronous virtual class is in session. HUS went online on the 20th of March following the announcement of the lockdown. The goal is not to try to re-create face-to-face (F2F) classrooms, which is impossible to do. Online and blended learning provides opportunities for learners to work more independently, expand their agency, and learn to use tools and strategies that they otherwise might not have. It is easy to authenticate work remotely, especially formative assessments that are designed to get students to work together and use online resources. HUS also follow privacy norms and any social media activities are always moderated by a teacher.

HUS HEART RUN

The HUS Heart Run is a not-for-profit charity event intended to raise funds for Needy Heart Foundation. A huge thank you to our students, their families, our staff, the community and last but not the least all of our sponsors. 100% of the registrations and donations go to providing life saving heart surgeries to children in need.

FIELD TRIP

Enthusiastic MYP Students at their Biology Field trip in Vandalur Zoo.

MaNo TRUST

Our PYP student meet a local Hero today. Mr Sree Kumar has been recognised for planting over 600 000 trees. We were so thrilled to work with him and the MaNo Trust to plant trees around Padur Lake.

BIRLA PLANETARIUM FIELD TRIP

Our PYP 1 and PYP 4 visit the Birla Planetarium, as part of their unit of inquiry into force and motion applied on simple machines.

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