The Environment Brigade
Battling environmental degradation is something we take very seriously at Indus International School. Enabling youngsters to make them feel close to nature and value the essence of mother earth is a part of the culture at Indus.
Here are five ways how students are taught to have a green thumb at Indus:
- Plant it: We encourage students to celebrate their achievements or mark the achievement of a milestone by planting a tree either at Indus or at home.
- Don’t Litter: We believe in making our students responsible citizens and maintaining a clean environment. Following our Prime minister’s initiative of “swacch bharat abhiyan” we have recycle bins across the campus. Students are taught and educated that it is each individual’s responsibility to maintain a clean environment
- Recycle: We teach our students the best ways to recycle products. We encourage projects and models made from recycled products by our students.
- Wastage: It is very essential for students to not waste resources, whether it is about wasting food or energy resources. While we teach our students not to waste, we also believe in using energy efficiently with the help of solar panels
- Close to nature: We encourage students to spend time amongst the green landscape spread across 40 acres and draw inspiration from nature rather than being dependent on gadgets.