Being a change-maker is really a very challenging task, and one can change the game only when it is driven with high spirits by inspiring people to embrace the change for the purpose of it.
As a prelude to the Children’s Art Fest, students of Grades 7 to 12 participated in a Painting and Caption Competition. Our socially engaged artists conveyed their innovative ideas of making a change by changing the game through their creative strokes.
Soldiers are the pride of a nation as they are selfless beings who are always ready to protect their country’s honour. They stay away from their families and friends just to ensure their country is guarded at all times and that their countrymen live in peace
As a part of the Independence Day Celebration students of Grades 1 to 6 were engaged in various competitions like ‘Design & Declaim’, ‘Poster & Collage Making’ to bring out their emotional response to the unsung heroes of wars through art. The activities were aimed at helping them understand the importance of selflessness and patriotism, learn to appreciate freedom and to express gratitude to the soldiers who protect our freedom.
Earth Day is the widely celebrated across the globe to voice the environmental concerns, seeking advocacy for an action change in the human behaviour. The Global Goals are ambitious, and it is indeed very inspiring to take appropriate actions. Every positive action that we take, no matter how small, has the power to make a difference.
Citizenship values is an integral part of the learning goals for enabling our young learners to take responsibility for their planet and the people around them. It is imperative to encourage active participation in social issues which make them think, reflect and develop a wider perspective.
The responsible citizens of Grades 1 to 12 participated in various competitions like – ‘Picture Talk’, ‘Slogan Writing’, ‘Trash to Treasure’, ‘Article Writing’ and Vlog Presentation, keeping in mind the Theme of 2023 “Invest in our Planet”.
They raised consciousness and brought a sense of inclusiveness aligning human activity to support nature and all life on our planet.
A healthy environment is vital to a healthy society. Everyone has equal responsibility to protect the environment. But students are in a unique position to do so because they are the future of this planet and they are sensitive, receptive, and take any advice or suggestion generously. If they learn to respect and look after our planet, it will ensure a healthier and more sustainable future.
As a part of the Vanmahotsav Celebration, Students of Grades 1 to 12 were provided opportunities to further their own education to understand the importance and value of our natural resources and to reflect on a very important role in environmental protection through various competitions like ‘Show & Tell’, ‘Tell a Tale’, ‘Poetry Recitation’, ‘Just-a-Minute’ and ‘Street Play’ on the theme ‘Save our Planet’.