Creating a culture of compassion and kindness for students

We all know that children learn what they see. To raise our children as caring kids, it is important to teach them compassion and kindness. There are many people today live with no shelter, no food, no sanitation, no money and lack of education. A little act of our kindness can change their lives. Keeping […]

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Great teachers don’t teach you, they change you

It is said that every child is a reflection of his teacher. So at the very heart of learning lies a connection between students and teachers. Here’s how great teachers inspire and challenge their students to think big and go further. Through Ownership & Passion Teachers with a high degree of ownership and passion for […]

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The value and importance of sports for child development

Early age is the most critical time for health and important years of development. It is the time when a child should get involved in sports activity even for a small time all through the day. Sports play a great role in education and help in keeping students healthy, wealthy and active. Be it the […]

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Top 5 educational benefits of school trips for students

Enriching educational school trips contribute to the overall development of students. The benefits of exploring different places at an early age are manifold. In this context, school trips are recognized as an integral part of learning, a shared social experience that renders the opportunity for students to inquire and explore the real-world information. Students fall […]

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TEDx 2016 – Curiouser and Curiouser (Videos)

TEDx Oakridge International School 2016 Video

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TEDx 2016 – Curiouser and Curiouser

Speaker #1 – Ankit Kapoor Bonjour! My name is Ankit Kapoor and I study in P.Obul Reddy Public School. I am an aspiring lawyer and an economics enthusiast. One of my life ambitions was to give a TED talk and with TEDxOIS, that is surely off the list. Ever since I got my first taste […]

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Happiness revisted – Cast Out but not Cast Away

CAST OUT BUT NOT CAST AWAY. Few people gleefully anticipate the task of caring for an aging parent. Little do they know that they are sooner or later reaching that stage in their own lives. Thank God for homes that care for such abandoned elders. Oakridgers having visited them a couple of times our hearts churned […]

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Short Story Writing Contest

Kids love to write and explore their imagination. To encourage the same, Oakridge presents a short story contest to give the young budding authors a chance. Winners of a previous years’ contest had their stories published in the Accorn book. The book was released by Times Of India Editor, Mr Kingshuk Nag.

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OAKiq 2016-17 – Hunt for the next whiz kid

Oakridge International School, Einstein Campus stands out again with OAKiq. OAKiq, the multi-city quiz competition started by Oakridge International School, Einstein Campus, in association with Nexus and The Hindu Young World, is the ultimate quizzing platform for school students of India. The quiz has received an overwhelming response with more than 550 teams from over […]

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Habitat for Humanity – @ Karjat

The day had begun with a rush to get to the airplane on time; from long check-in lines and security lines early in the morning in our half-dazed, still sleepy state of mind. We had a pretty smooth flight journey, and we reached the airport. We were welcomed into Mumbai under the sweltering, scorching heat […]

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Ocean Conservation Conference – 2016

Oakridge International School, Visakhapatnam hosted a 3 -day student conference on Ocean Conservation from Nov 10th to 12th 2016, in their Tagarapuvalasa campus, in association with the Dolphin Nature Conservation Society, Visakhapatnam. Students of Grades 6th to 11th attended this conference and listened to thought-provoking speeches by Dr.G.T.Vijay Kumar – Geologist, Dr.Rama Murthy – Founder […]

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Oakridgers in Shimla and Manali

This academic year the excursion to Simla and Manali for the senior students was schedule in the month of October. We reached Delhi on the first day and embarked on an exhausting 12 hour drive to Simla. The next day we departed to our hotel in Simla and were mesmerized by the scenic beauty of […]

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Jim Corbett: Wildlife Camp

Students of Grade 4 to Grade 7 visited the Jim Corbett National Park as part of their autumn school excursion. This was an exciting trip for everyone and it was followed by an adventure camp at Nainital.

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