After the astounding success of the first and second editions of ‘feel alive hours’, Sony BBC Earth has brought back its exclusive on-ground property to make the students of Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru, Chennai and Kolkata ‘feel alive’. Third edition of this differentiated experiential activity has begun and will cover 300 schools across the 5 cities – 75 schools in New Delhi – and help thousands of students open their eyes to the wonders of the world amidst their busy study schedule.
An idea born from a BBC Research about how being connected to nature makes one happy, the ‘feel alive hours’ aims to rekindle the joy of being closer to nature through positive, insightful stories from some of the channel’s landmark shows. This year’s edition will additionally emphasise on the importance and the relevance of ‘Being Eco Conscious’. Students will be encouraged to adopt and advocate sustainable living through thought-provoking stories and ‘Do it yourself’ workshop on reusing plastic bottles as bird feeders, plant pots and lava lamps.
The especially curated educative and entertaining 90 minutes program also includes quirky science experiments, engaging quizzes, exciting eco-friendly giveaways and many mind-blowing and never seen before stories on fun science, nature, wildlife, adventure, exploration, manufacturing, culture, food, fitness and more.
Additionally, Sony BBC Earth is taking Feel Alive Hours online this year so that students across the country can have it at their fingertips. The channel has put together an informative and engaging website where students can participate in fun quizzes and win exciting prizes every month, watch extraordinary stories and be updated on exclusive Sony BBC Earth events happening in various cities. One can find out about this by logging into https://www.sonybbcearth.com/school
Schools like Ryan International School, Paramount International School, Columbia Foundation School, Bal Bhawan International School, Alpine School, Maxfort High School and more have already experienced ‘Feel Alive Hours’ this year and more schools will experience it over the next month. Basis the phenomenal response, the faculty and students are inspired to co-exist with nature and be more responsible about their plastic footprint.