Literary Activities for Students | Ecole Globale

Literary Activities

At Ecole Globale, we believe that learning does not just come from within the four walls of a classroom but also,through various literary activities. These activities aim at developing and honing the literary skills that are indispensable when it comes to the all-round development of the students.Apart from the activities held within the school, students also take part in conferences and competitions hosted by other schools of repute which provide exposure to diverse elements that aid in building their overall well-being

Apart from the activities held within the school, students also take part in conferences and competitions hosted by other schools of repute which provide exposure to diverse elements that aid in building their overall well-being.

Some of the activities that our students engage in are:

  • Dehradun Youth Summit: The summit features workshops and plenaries led by student leaders and experts who inspire and share their experiences& ideas on how to transform national issues into a force for positive change. This helps the students to enhance their thought process and view various issues in a new dimension.
  • Model United Nations: The school has special trainings for the Model United Nations competitions for the interested candidates. There are many such reputable MUNs that our girls annually participate in. Every year, our students also take part in the Doon School Model United Nations (DSMUN), one of the most prestigious MUNs held in India. Students engage in debates and discussions regarding current world issues. In addition to the proficiency skills, students develop their out-of-the-box thinking.
  • Spell Bee: Aimed at improving the grasp over the English language, the competition involves students learning the spellings and the proper usage in sentences. .
  • In-house Competitions: Competitions like Just a minute, Synopsis of a movie, debates, elocution, extempore and many more help not just in boosting the students’ command over the language but also, in improving their rationale and personality as a whole.One of the highlights among many such competitions held recently was the ‘Hindi Saptah’, a week that was dedicated to promote and propagate the use of Hindi. This consists of a myriad of activities that aim at improving the students’ reading, writing and speaking skills in the Hindi language.

The language teachers at Ecole strive hard to build good linguistic skills among the students, in the first, second and third language. Such competitions and events in and out of campus give a chance to students to fully immerse in Literature.