China-Kunming no 8 High School - Exchange Program
Six teachers from Kunming No 8, Ms.Tan Yalan, Ms.Zhang Ying, Ms.Wu Xiaoling, Mr.Shen Xiaoyang, Mr.Zhang Li and Mr.Li Weiqiang visited us from the 5th to the 12th November,2016 for the Teachers Exchange Program for this year.
15 Students and two teachers visited Kunming No 8 from the 15th to 22nd October 2016.
Birla High School and Sushila Birla Girls' School who are partners with Kunming number 8 High School hosted fifteen students and two teachers, Ms. Duan Yun and Mr Zhao Qingpin in Kolkata from the 23rd -29th July 2016 as part of the Chinese School Exchange Programme.
China-Kunming no 8 High School
Three teachers Mr. Asit Kumar Maiti, Mr. Goutam Ghosh and Ms Pallavi Bhansali of our school went to Kunming School No. 8, Kunming in China along with three teachers of Sushila Birla Girls’ School as a part of Teachers Exchange Programme from 8th to 14th May 2016.
Mr. Madan Saraff, Principal of the School of Chinese Language helped us start the Chinese School Exchange Programme and as decided, the Leaders of the Chinese and Indian Schools would visit each other post which the student and teacher exchanges would take place.
Birla High School
Kunming No 8 High School
Ms R.Bibra (Secretary Genral) Ms. S. Bose(Principal –SBGS),Ms Purnima Ravindaran and Ms. Renuka Chotrani (Coordinators-Outreach Programme)
Ms. Li Lihua (Principal), Mr. Zhang Zijian (Deputy Principal), Mr. Chen Chao (Director of Teaching Affairs –Dean), Ms. Zhao Jian (Director of the International Department)
Ms Kakoli Biswas, Mr. C.D.Bangal and Ms Sumitra Ghosal
Mr. Wang and Ms Lou
Ms. Sumita Acharya and seven students
Ms Ling Ling, Ms Han Li, Mr. Weng Dian Lin, Ms Zhao Jia Qin, Ms Song Jie and Ms Duan Rui
Sudeshna Sengupta, Balaka Dasgupta and Ms Chandra Paik
Ms. Li Jin and Ms Dou Huaiyu
Ms. L.Agarwal and seven students.
Ms Sa Rui, Mr. Li Haoyu, Ms. Tang Jia, Ms Li Xuan, Ms Zhang Lianghong and Ms.Wu Min
The leaders visits from India and China laid the foundation of the Exchange Programme between the Schools. This started the Cultural Exchange between the schools. Every visit the schools taught each other something new and unique in the areas of Music, Art, Physical Education, Chinese history and culture. They were keen to learn English from their Indian partners.