Amidst the COVID-19 lock-down, the Dhirubhai Ambani International School hosted a student-led collaboration of online activities every week with other schools in the South Asia and Gulf Region. Around 120 students from 14 Round Square schools participated in four weeks of interesting, engaging and productive online sessions. Comprising of art and craft, dance, fitness, singing, and cookery, these activities were crafted to be as enjoyable and interactive as possible to traverse the boundaries of lockdown.
The key learning objectives focused on during the 3L initiative:
- Explore new activities and learn new skills - singing, art, cookery, fitness and dance
- Keep ourselves and other students engaged, upbeat, and positive during the on-going, and rather terrifying, global pandemic
- Help students from around India and the Gulf Region to ‘Meet and Connect’ virtually and interact with each other while living in different cities and while maintaining social distancing
- Build confidence by interacting with people they haven’t previously met with and performing in front of an audience.