EVENTS

Enjoy these quick highlights from recent events at HUS

BEECONSCIOUS

Ahana Rhea Berkin worked on a live art installation called “Beeconscious” on 26th January 2021 at The Marina Mall Chennai, which showcased a bee hive made out of all forms of plastic that a household generates. This little activist went ahead with sharing her thought in the recent TED-Ed Real Life Incredibles talk held at Alliance Francaise on Sunday, 21 March 2021.

STANISLAVSKI METHOD OF ACTING

DP Theatre students perform a poem using Stanislavski method of acting. Here are a few short scenes from the story of Rukmini, Krishna's wife.

"THERE IS ONLY ONE LANGUAGE, THE LANGUAGE OF THE HEART" - SAI BABA

HUS MYP 2 Spanish students and teacher singing words of encouragement to the HUS family.

CHILDREN'S DAY 2020

Nothing can stop us from celebrating our beloved Children.

PLATE BOUNDARIES

Beautifully and creatively explained through a homemade model by MYP 3 Students. ​

HUS ART SPARKS 01

An informative webinar presented by the ice and sand sculptor for MYP 1 and 2 students.

HUS MYP - MURAL PAINTING - TIMELAPSE

HUS MYP Art students try their hand at Mural Painting, mentored by Italian painter and HUS Art teacher - Mr Riccardo Scavo.

HUS FAM FETE 2020

Nothing stops us from bringing us together and celebrating. HUS PYP is inviting every one to be a part of its virtual celebration "Family Fete". Check out the glimpses.

YOUNG COMMUNITY HELPERS

Tamil, dance and music with the unit integration is an approach to teaching that integrates the fine and performing arts as primary pathways to learning. This brings a traditional aroma as part of learning. The goal of integration is to increase knowledge of all subjects. Our young cuties' performance glows the entire community.

PYP 5 TIMELINE EXHIBITION

We are so proud of our HUS PYP 5 the incredibly smart and young scholars. We had chosen to show our exhibition online that too on a live stream. Our Risk-takers were full of excitement and enthusiasm. They knew how to overcome all challenges and make it a steppingstone. “Our actions speak louder than words” – yes they had partnered themselves for the SDG goals and did their part to spread their gratitude to all the health workers, celebrating earth day by not only by making promises to save the world in all little ways possible. This exhibition has proved a platform for them to learn and sustain in the path of excellence in all ups and downs. It helped students prepare themselves and demonstrate their learning through meaningful assessment. They made a difference in the world because they believe in what they do.
Nothing stopped us before and nothing will stop us ahead (Even the Pandemic -COVID 19).

ACTION SPEAKS LOUDER THAN WORDS​

Our PYP 5 learner agents have understood what responsibility means. They wanted to leave the surgical or N95 masks for the front line warriors. They made handmade safety masks at home and handed it over to social workers as part of their action and community service.