A Revolution Of Thought

K12 Meets The Power of Planning

Selecting Classroam’s Thematic Annual K12 Calendars is more than simply deciding what programs students should undertake and when. It is about helping students learn in a more focused manner, both, the knowledge of the world and the 21st Century Skills necessary to thrive in it. There is no mere exposure, but an opportunity to attain mastery.

Outdoor Education, Reimagined

K12 Heal The Earth Calendar

What Our Students Stand To Achieve This Year

Devote an entire year to serve Mother Earth.

Our Heal The Earth calendar does three phenomenal things.

First, it introduces young minds across age-groups and across the year to the concept of caring for the planet.

Second, it involves them in experiences where they work on UN SDGs. They can choose to observe and report the going-ons of a small self-sustaining community. They can get involved in community service — helping people directly or indirectly — by either planting trees to increase green cover or to promote quality education by teaching local students

The year contains five unique and highly differentiated opportunities. Each opportunity covers a different season and uses a different period of a school’s students’ academic calendar.

Further, students can opt for different combinations of the five proposed programs and what’s certain is that any choice they make will be counted in favor of furthering the school’s philosophy of saving the planet, protecting the environment and ultimately, Healing The Earth! The first big opportunity is the summer break. Depending on interest senior students can opt to either take a study trip overseas to Kenya or a Skills For Life summer camp.

The junior school takes a Planet Protectors workshop wherever convenient during the course of the two month summer break. As things turn to winter, both, the junior and middle school get the option to visit Corbett National Park and observe the nature in action. They understand the importance of conserving nature by enjoying nature and observing nature away from the daily grime of the urban life. Senior students end the year by participating in Save The Ganga program. They understand why rivers are mothers of cities and how they change and adapt to human life. How they quench human thirst and take the affluent away at the same time and what’s at stake if we don’t save our rivers.

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” M

Margaret Mead



Yes! I Want To Book This K12 Calendar

Heal Planet Earth calendar helps you add to your UN SDGs mission and also uphold the values that your school stands for. We will be delighted to customise our offering for you for this entire year and see the students do good for the planet.