ACTIVE CITIZENSHIP | LIFE SKILLS| ENVIRONMENT

BRIDGE THE GAP

KEY PROGRAM FEATURES

ENVIRONMENTAL CURRICULUM

ECO TRAILS

CAMPAIGNS

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

Bridge the Gap is a 12-16 session based schools program on climate change, environment education, life skills and active citizenship. In last 10 years, the curriculum has been successfully implemented in some of the leading schools of Delhi. These include Sanskriti School, British School, Vasant Valley School, Modern Schools, Sriram Schools, German School and 14 NDMC schools.


The curriculum aims enabling young people to strike a connection with and between the natural world and the man-made world. BTG rests on three key pillars i.e. : Life Skills, Environmental Education and Active Citizenship.


Modes of intervention include :


Infrastructure-based System Applications, outside Classroom

Curriculum applications, inside the Classroom

Curriculum applications, outside Classroom

FOCUS AREAL - Land, water, waste, air, sustainability and climate change

KEY ACTIVITIES - Workshops, field trips, film screenings, campaigns

TARGET GROUP- Schools and other educational institutions

OUTREACH AND IMPACT - Bridge the Gap has been implemented in more than 150 schools of Delhi and has successfully engaged more than 200,000 students on issues of environment and citizenship.Apart from direct institutional tie-ups with schools, VSO, American Center, Nokia Siemens Network, Shri Ratan Tata Trust, National Geographic, Adobe and American Express have also extended support in running the BTG Curriculum in schools.

In the year 2019, Swechha transacted the BTG Curriculum across over 50 government and private schools in Delhi/NCR., engaging over 20,000 students through classroom sessions, eco trails, action fellowships and campaigns

Renowned schools of the capital such as German School, Modern School, Cambridge School, DPS International, Springdales School Pusa Road, Delhi Public School, Banyan Tree, Mothers’ International School, St. Columba’s School have given excellent feedback about the program.

We have reached out to more than 200,000 students so far. BTG has also been implemented in over 50 government schools of Delhi.


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TESTIMONIALS

"I saw where my waste goes and how that contributes to the global problem of waste. We visited places we would normally not have gone to like the landfill and Goonj. Now I am trying to reduce my waste by thinking before I throw anything."

Student Participant

German School

"The students learnt about the entire route of the river Yamuna and how it is getting polluted. The group activities and interaction among the students and the facilitator was effective in building up interest and awareness in students."

Ms. Kaur

Mothers International School

"The workshop by Swechha was really impactful as it helped teachers think a lot more about the way they have been influencing their students towards a Green Future. The Principal, Mrs. Kanwal Kohli offered a vote of thanks to the Swechha team at the end"

Aishwarya Singh

New Era Public School Dwarka

"On comparing the two places where we went, I realised how river Yamuna was so clean when it was first entering Delhi, and so polluted when it travelled a little more. We didn't want to go back to school and wanted to stay, but we knew that we had to go back. It was a wonderful experience and I hope I get to go back there soon."

Navadha Chandra

Cambridge School