The overlooked luxury of basic needs

The overlooked luxury of basic needs

Growing up, my mom would always tell me that I shouldn’t waste food, that there were so many other people with an astronomical lust for just one proper, fulfilling meal.

COVID-19 and the Environment: Friends or Foes?

COVID-19 and the Environment: Friends or Foes?

One of the first “good” news we received during the early phases of lock down back in April, was the visibility of the entire Dhauladhar range from rooftops in Jalandhar due to the lowering of air pollution as the country was brought..

A Fractured Ethical Obligation – Black Lives Matter

A Fractured Ethical Obligation – Black Lives Matter

“And if anyone ever stops you, you put your hands up. Drop everything you’re holding and make sure the officer can see your empty hands, crystal clear,” her father announced, in the most authoritative and serious tone..

Honeywell Leadership Challenge Academy

The 6-day program at the ‘US Space and Research Center, Huntsville, Alabama’ taught me lessons that I will cherish for the rest of my life. The program was designed to help students with the passion of STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and math) to...

Child’s behavior…… a challenge, a frustration…. or a delight?

One day I met a parent in the school who asked me “how do you manage discipline and children’s behavior in the class?” Her question made me think - as an individual am I disciplining children or even my own little daughter who is less than 2 years…… Often I get upset...

“Being Friendly with Students”

When I took up the job as an English teacher at Treamis World School, my father - a retired teacher, offered me lots of advice including “be friendly but not friends with your students.” I did not understand it anything beyond the wordplay. I now live on campus in...

GEN Z CLASSROOMS- A SMART BOARD OR A SMART TEACHER??

I am an enthusiastic mom who loves to involve myself in my child’s learning process. Before my daughter could start her schooling, there used to be relevant questions and dilemma in my mind such as, ‘ What makes a classroom more active- a smart board or a smart...

Shoots and Sprouts 2 – Harvest Time

Shoots and Sprouts - 1 - Published on December 1, 2014 'As you sow, so shall you reap’, this commonly heard proverb in the literal sense held very true to the students of Grade 5. On the February 16th, the students got to harvest the fruits of the seeds they had...

House Cup 2014-15

Winning the house cup is a big achievement - and big achievements require teamwork, perseverance and an all-round personality. That's what the Phoenix house students showed, whether it was in building the quickest human pyramid, having the courage to run 1600 meters...

FASCINATING FACTS ABOUT JANUARY 26, REPUBLIC DAY

The constitution of India came into a legal circulation at 10:18 AM on the 26th of January, 1950 replacing the Government of India Act (1935) as the governing document of India. India, which was a British dominion since independence (August 15, 1947) transformed into...

The five-finger rule: How parents can partner better with schools

All round development, success and a happy life ahead – this is what we truly desire for our children at Treamis. We aim for a great schooling experience – not just through good grades, but also through independent thinking. Turning the bright minds we meet at school...

Math Day

Math day epitomised Treamis’s talent, enthusiasm and devotion to the subject -Math. The day started off with an assembly filled with puzzles, a quiz and a plethora of information from the high school students. Grade 9 organised two plays. Both of them were excellent...

Waste Management – Kindergarten Activities

The four R's at Treamis are Reading, Writing, Rithmetic - and Recycling! Kindergarten students learnt the value of making the best out of the waste and protecting our resources with three activities - recycling, wet waste composting and waste segregation. For the...

Shoots and Sprouts

Shoots and Sprouts 2 “Okay, listen up children”, said the teachers “We are going to have a garden of our own here at Treamis”. “Ma’am can we bring green gram?” said one student, another student wanted to bring brinjal sapling, another some red lentils and so on. The...

The ABC of teaching toddlers!

The ABC of teaching toddlers!

Teaching young toddlers the ABC can be a challenging and fun activity! Getting this first lesson right, is important, as this is going to be the first formal learning experience for the child, and sets his mindset and attitude for lessons ahead. So it is important for...

Towards a revolution in education

“Education will be the single biggest transformative factor in catapulting India into the league of developed nations. It is education that will establish us firmly as a knowledge society.” President, Pranab Mukherjee,  President of India recently said. The Government...

Making waves in the hot sun!

 The 6th Inter-school Treamis Swimming Championship conducted at Treamis witnessed participation of over 300 students from nearly 50 Bangalore schools. There were nearly 140 events for boys and girls for different age groups from under 6 (U6), to under 16 (U16). The...