Life skills important for overall development

Published: 15th March 2013 08:11 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th March 2013 08:11 AM   |  A+A-

Learning is always at its best when experienced through real life activities. With a similar aim, Oakridge School is conducting the country’s first ever IBDP camp for children to introduce them to a world of knowledge through activities.

The two-day residential camp will be conducted at Mt. Opera for grade X pass students, focusing to introduce International Baccalaureate curriculum. Participants of the camp will get to interact and involve in the subject area which interests them.

Capt. Rohit Sen Bajaj, principal of Oakridge Gachibowli campus, says, “The camp is going to be a memorable experience for the entire participant as it will engage them into the learning process.

The IBDP camp is going to be an activity based, experiential learning plan where each subject matter will be learned through a program. Since it is a residential camp, there are many segments for every topic and each one will be presented differently. Many of the learning involve group discussions, presentations, self reflections, quiz, and interacting session and so on.

Participants of the camp will discover about team building, self development, and presentation skills. The world of IB learning is open for students who are going for their higher education. For more information on the camp and to register, contact 1800 200 8171/9010648111 or log on to

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