Student Of The Month
Student Of The Month
- July (2022)
- March (2022)
Isabella is a second-grader who lives in Australia and developed an app to help children manage their food allergies. With the help of her BFS instructor, Isabella was able to code and design this innovative app called Eat Safe!
Eat Safe! provides information about the top nine most common food allergens, with quick links to buy safe food products for that food allergy. Food allergies can make food shopping a big challenge for families, but there are plenty of safe alternatives that people with food allergies can eat these days. With the help of this app, families can navigate food allergies much more easily.
Something else to note about Isabella is the close relationship she formed with her BYJU’S FutureSchool instructor, Ms. Rovina. The two have created an unbreakable bond while working together, which has enhanced Isabella’s learning journey.
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This month, we’re thrilled to feature Vani, an 11-year-old piano student, in the Perform with Music course. Vani recently passed her Trinity initial grade with a distinction, and we had the pleasure of talking to her about her accomplishments at BYJU’S FutureSchool.
Vani is a rising 5th grader based in New Jersey and a veteran BYJU’S FutureSchool student who has already enrolled in coding and math classes. She had a prior interest in piano, which led her to also enroll in the music classes. Vani was able to brush up on her favorite song, “Ode to Joy,” and add a new favorite, “Fur Elise,” to her repertoire.
One of Vani’s new skills, thanks to her music lessons at BYJU’S FutureSchool, includes the ability to compose music. She even wrote her father an original song as a Father’s Day gift.
Way to go, Vani!
Meet Kamya, BYJU’S FutureSchool’s pick for Student of the Month. Kamya is an 8th grader based in the United Arab Emirates and is a music student at BYJU’S FutureSchool.
She has been enrolled in the music program at BYJU’S FutureSchool for nearly a year and has been taking piano classes. She has learned many classical songs and has even composed some of her own. Kamya told us how much she likes her music teacher and credits him for making their music classes fun and educational.
Kamya also says that she will continue playing music and composing and we can’t wait to hear what else she comes up with!
Take a look at the video below to learn more about Kamya and the music program at BYJU’S Future School.
A food lover at heart and a perfectionist by nature, Raone is BYJU’S FutureSchool’s pick for student of the month. Raone is a U.S. resident and has been taking coding classes at BYJU’S FutureSchool for the past two years since the pandemic struck.
Participant of 18 Under 18 Fellowship Program, Raone’s inspiration behind creating the FoodKnot App was to help newbie cooks and foodies to prepare their own meal from scratch. The app helps to create a community that can exchange recipes and type in their own recipes according to the meal one wants to prepare.
Leftovers are a major issue after get-togethers. Raone’s FoodKnot App brings special attention to recycling food by using the leftovers to create a dish that may be far more interesting than the original one! Indeed, a sustainable thought!
Quite fond of her teacher, Raone mentioned how her BYJU’S FutureSchool instructor helped her learn and apply her knowledge, challenged her with new problems, and constantly pushed her to do better. Raone says she may pursue coding as a career after her experience in BYJU`S FutureSchool.
Code ahead Raone!