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Student Exchange Programs


Students of Class VIII of Mayoor School, Noida which has a collaboration with Mayo College General Council, Ajmer went to Mayo College, Ajmer to attend a Student Exchange Programme from 6th April 2017 to 9th April 2017. The students stayed at the Mayo College hostel along with the resident students and attended classes , art related activities like tie and dye, made sculptures with clay , learnt Gujarati painting , vocal music and Gujarati folk dance.

The visit proved to be an enriching experience for everyone as they got the opportunity to witness the huge campus, the museum, and attend aerodynamic, glass making and carpentry classes and  came back with many  memories to cherish.


Students of Mayoor School, Noida which has a collaboration with Mayo College General Council, Ajmer visited Germany in April to attend the final phase of the third  Indo-German exchange programme between Herderschule, Geissen and Mayoor School, Noida. The exchange programme had started when German students came to Mayoor School in October, 2016 and stayed in India with their Indian partners . The main objective of this programme is to promote the foreign language and the inter-cultural competencies of the participating students .

Indo-German Exchange Program 2016-17 at Mayoor School, Noida

The third Indo- German Exchange Program is being organised between Mayoor School, Noida and Herderschule, Giessen. It intends to promote the foreign language and intercultural competencies of the participating students. The exchange familiarises the Indian and German students alike to different cultures, traditions & education systems.

Two German teachers and 8 Students from the German partner school Hederschule, Gieβen visited Mayoor School from 27th October 2016 to 11th  November 2016. They attended classes in school, worked on the Project: Become a Youtube star- Chances & risks. The German students were hosted by the Indian partners at their residence. At Mayoor School they witnessed Synergy Inter School festival. To acquaint the Germans with the Indian culture and heritage, visits to various monuments like Amber Fort, Red Fort, Taj Mahal, City Palace museum and Hawa Mahal were organised. Street shopping at Hawa Mahal proved to be fascinating for the German students. They were also taken to Akshardham. They have visited Max Mueller Bhavan and a rural village. A number of activities like Yoga, Poster Making competition, basketball and football matches were organised for the German students. Cooking class was also attended by German & Indian students wherein Indian dishes like Besan Chilla and Chana Salad was made by German students. A scintillating Bhangra dance performance was presented by both German & Indian students. A presentation on the Project: Become a Youtube star- Chances & risks were given by the students. It was an enriching and memorable experience for both the Indian and the German students.These academic exchanges allow the students to discover the host country's culture in every aspect, by sharing the everyday life of an Indian family. This enriching experience adds a real-life dimension to the course content being taught in the school. With the help of these exchanges, the partner school or university makes itself known and learns the know-how to organise intercultural projects, to communicate with foreign colleagues and to learn new ways to make the German language classes more interesting.


German learning students of Mayoor School get an opportunity to improvise their German Language through GERMAN LABORATORY. It has been inaugurated on 16 July 2015 by Ms Manveen Anand.  She is the project Manager of educational services and schools: “Partners for the Future” at Goethe Institute (Max Mueller Bhavan). German learning students of class VI also presented one song “Meine Tante aus Marokko”.

 In the German Lab, students will be able to learn this foreign language through new and interactive methods as it is equipped with the latest audio visual technology. It also provides the students with the vital training to meet the demands of global communication and helps them to develop proficiency in German.

The German Lab has been developed to ensure the integration of language, literature, and culture at all levels, as well as to achieve and maintain coherence from level to level, in terms of the development of students’ abilities in the following areas: language proficiency, cultural literacy, and critical and creative engagement. It provides students Training on German Vocabulary and Pronunciation.

In German Lab, we have a smarter way to teach Foreign Language: The SMART Board™ Interactive Whiteboard as a Language Learning Tool. A SMART Board interactive whiteboard supports the teaching process of foreign languages in three main ways: it supports interaction and conversation in the classroom; it helps with the presentation of new cultural and linguistic elements, and it promotes the organisational skills of the teacher.