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St Peter’s Certified IDS for 2020-2023

St Peter’s High School since its inception in 2011 has been tirelessly striving to uphold international standards in its curriculum. True to its earnest striving, the school has been awarded for the third time in a row with the International Dimension in Schools (IDS) Certification, formerly known as ISA (International School Award) by the British…
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Waste Not – Want Not

OUR ACTIONS ARE OUR FUTURE – RALLY CAMPAIGN AGAINST FOOD WASTE As a part of British Council International School Award activity “Waste Not Want Not”, our students organised an outreach program where they marched from our school to the nearby, Gundalapochampally Government Primary School with play-cards and slogans to bring about awareness on food conservation…
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Saving our Rivers

Rivers are the origin of our Civilization.Rivers are lifeline for all life forms.Rivers are the origin of our civilization.Thry are the veins of the Earth through which life flows.India's Rivers are depleting and we are responsible for it. since man's life depends so much upon Rivers, it is his bounden duty to keep them in…
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Avoid Climate Change

The students of St. Peter's International Residential School have conducted a few activities on the topic Avoid Climate Change- One Iceberg at a Time as part of the British council school award. The students studied about climate change and conducted many studies. They shared their findings with the partner school- The New School Dhaka, Bangladesh…
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Safety Internet Day Celebrations

" SUCCESS IS NO ACCIDENT, it is hard work, perseverance, earning, studying, sacrifice and most of all love of what you are doing." - said by Pele. With Pele's inspirational quotes in our minds, we the students of class IX started our journey of ISA project on "Cyber Safety with the slogan - Stop, Think…
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From Garbage to Garden

Our students of grade IX along with activity in charge teachers created a compost pit as a part of British Council International School Award activity, in the school premises. Students made nutrition-rich fertilizer with organic materials, such as kitchen scraps, shredded newspaper, coffee grounds, egg shells, grass clippings or fallen leaves. Then add a layer…
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