Date
Thursday, 28 May 2020 to Sunday, 31 May 2020

The all-time favourite Storytelling workshop-is back! Through this session your kids will learn important values for life and will have fun through art and craft activities

 Don’t think we missed sessions for adults, you are at the centre of our hearts! Join the conversation club this week and let’s discuss what’s most special to us – ‘Our Family’ 

Details of sessions this week:

 
Name of the activity Date and Time Registration

1. Storytelling session (7-10-years old)

Have you seen a ghost? Come meet Hans! This brave boy met ghosts and lived to tell the tale. Join us as we recount his adventure on Saturday, 30th May at 10:30 am.

Bonus: Let's scare away our fears with a fun craft activity! Keep handy an A4 sheet, scissors, and black markers (parental supervision will be required)

Date: Saturday, 30 May 2020
Time: 10:30- 11:30 am

Please click here and register by 10 am on 29 May, post registration you will receive a zoom link for the webinar.

 

Please note:
• Maximum participants for this session: 40
• Registrations on first come first served basis

2. Storytelling session (11-14 years old)

Story- Where there is a will... there is money!

In today's times, as we all stare out of our windows in longing, what we need is to add some magic and love to our lives. Join us in this session as we take you through tales about respect for money and gratitude for our blessings, all with a touch of magic. The session comprise interactive tales, activities and riddles.

Date: Saturday, 30 May 2020
Time: 12 pm – 1 pm

Please click here and register by 10 am on 29 May, post registration you will receive a zoom link for the webinar.

 

Please note:
• Maximum participants for this session: 40
• Registrations on first come first served basis

3. Proquest Central & JSTOR

 Access to thousands of academic e-books covering subjects from the humanities and engineering to law and public policy.

Date: Friday, 29 May 2020

Time: 5-6 pm

Please click here and register by 10 am on 29 May, post registration you will receive a zoom link for the webinar.

4. Conversation club (18 years and above)

Families then and now. Explore how the concept of family has changed over time and what it means to different people. Understand how this conceptual change affects society and what support systems need to be put in place for those affected.

Please refer to these links for our discussion:

The changing Indian

How the nature of Indian families is changing

Indian society and way of living

Date: Sunday, 31 May 2020

Time: 11:00 am to 12:00 pm

Please click here and register by 10 am on 29 May, post registration you will receive a zoom link for the webinar.

Please note:
• Maximum participants for this session: 20
• Registrations on first come first served basis

5. Facebook Live for students planning to Study in the UK!

We bring you an opportunity to get all your queries about visa applications answered by a UK Visa and Immigration Officer.

The Live session will give you details about

  • Tier 4 visa applications 2020-2021
  • Details on graduate route

Date: Thursday, 28 May 2020
Time: 4 to 5 p.m.

Join here: Facebook live session

We look forward to your participation and encourage you to share feedback on the sessions by writing to indiacustomercare@britishcouncil.org
 
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