Ashish Arun Desai, Drishti Bhalchandra Joshi, Jai Bhagat, Kshama Sushil Kumar, Linges Naraian Sampath and R Ridhi Singh accompanied by Ipsita Biswas, attended the Round Square Globally Accessible Conference at The Regent’s International School, Bangkok in Thailand from April six-10.
The theme of the conference was ‘Discover More’. It was attended by 147 students from 30 Round Square schools from all more than the planet which includes Australia, Bangladesh, Canada, China, Denmark, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Kenya, Nigeria, Oman, South Africa and the US. The students had been divided into 12 multi-cultural Barazza groups and the ice-breaking sessions helped them get to know each and every other whilst getting a lot of entertaining. In the ‘Food Fiesta’, they got an chance to taste a selection of meals from all more than the planet.
The activities carried out had been primarily based on the 12 attributes which had been inventiveness, self-awareness, inquisitiveness, duty, sustainability, tenacity, communication, issue solving, teamwork, diversity, courage and compassion. It incorporated bamboo dancing, Muay Thai/kickboxing, clay modelling, craft function making use of grass and bamboo, to name a handful of.
The day devoted to Service Project sensitised the students to the difficulties faced by the significantly less fortunate individuals and the wildlife rescued from the location. Keynote speaker Khun Leh raised awareness about the plight of the elephants which are usually poached for their tusks and produced to carry out in the circus. The students had been grateful to the college management and their parents.
Information Source: Muscat Daily