kids Corner_7-13 Nov, 2014

  • FG Bureau
  • India
  • Nov 07, 2014

Ryan International School, Sohna Road

Daytime Adventure

Ryan International School, Sohna Road organised a Day Adventure Camp at Camp Tikkling, Gurgaon for Classes-VI to XII. Some of the activities conducted were: artificial wall climbing, tug of war, camel cart ride and pottery.

Anand Gram

The students and teachers of Classes IX to XII of Ryan International School, Sohna Road visited Anandgram (run by the Sanskriti organisation), an institution that is helping spread the knowledge of India’s rich heritage and culture.The students were shown 2 museums – Everyday Art & Terracota and Textiles, which showcased many vintage items that are still in use in modified forms. They also visited the residences of the artists who conduct the workshops, and appreciated the 'Saanjhi Art' of an artist from Mathura.

Inter-Ryan Cricket

The young cricketers from Ryan International School, Sohna Road bagged the 2nd position in the Inter Ryan Cricket Tournament held in Ryan International School, Greater Noida. Shashwat Divakar (Class XII-E) won the Best Batsman Award. Eight teams took part in this tournament.

INMUN 2014

The 14th Annual Session of Indian Model United Nations, with the theme 'Search for Peace', was held at Scope Complex, Delhi. Over 110 schools from India and abroad participated in a 3 days conference. The Conference comprised of 7 different committees, highlighting agendas like disarmament and international security, economic and financial social, humanitarian and cultural. Rupal Anand and Divyansh Mehta, from Ryan International School, Sohna Road, won the Best Delegate for General Assembly III and Human Rights Council awards respectively. The Principal, Mrs Reshmi Prakash, while appreciating the enthusiastic efforts of the students, reminded them that the Chairman has always strongly believed that every Ryanite should be a harbinger of change.

Tricks & Treats

Klay Prep Schools and Day Care & The Little Company (TLC) organised a Halloween Carnival at DLF Club5. The Carnival was attended by over 1200 parents and 600 children, who enjoyed an evening full of fun and exciting activities. Klay & TLC had many wonderful treats for children, including Halloween Special Magic Show, Hogwarts World by Wonderlab, Halloween Ramp Walk and Photo booth; and other activities such as Face Painting, Pottery, Bouncy, Ball Pool, Toodler Play Zone and Balloon Art for children. The highlight of the evening was a Halloween Ramp Walk, where childrenmfrom the age of 6 months (accompanied by parents) walked the ramp wearing Halloween costumes. 

Pawan, from GPS (Happy School), DLF I, won Third prize in Wrestling at a Primary Schools Sports programme.

Halloween for the underprivileged

The 'Radiant Kids' had a whale of a time in dressing spookily and scaring the daylights out of all as part of the Halloween celebrations. They were told that Halloween, or 'All Saints' Day', is meant to be a day for remembrances and prayers for the departed souls as well as for those whose souls might still be lingering between the physical and spiritual realms - hence the reference to ghosts and ghouls!  Despite not having any fancy dresses or spooky pictures/images to refer to, the senior students showed great imagination and creativity while face painting the younger ones (at Radiant Kids School). All the colours
used were skin-firendly, made from simple things
available at home.

The Girls have done it...again!



The MRIS 46 Girls' Gurgaon Team secured the 1st Position at the 28th State level Haryana Sports Competition 2014 held at the Dalbir Singh Stadium, Sirsa. 11 District Teams participated in the event. Representing MRIS 46 were 7 bright gymnasts (coached by Ms Altana) who have repeatedly done the school proud in the sport: Divsha Aggarwal, Aahena Sharma, Komal Apte, Nitya Mishra, Ritika Jain, Mehika Agarwal and Saranjit Kaur.  In the All Round Best Category, Ritika Jain of Grade 5 secured the 2nd position and Komal Apte of Grade IV bagged the 3rd position.


She's Got Talent

Ryan International School, Sector 40 student Rabreet Kaur of Class I-G won the First prize in the Solo Dance Competition at the  ‘Gurgaon's Got Talent Season 4’, in the 5-7 years category. The judges gave her a standing ovation. This dancing diva had also won the First prize in a competition conducted by Rajputana Sports Foundation, Gurgaon last year. She was awarded certificates and gifts from choreographer Prince (Winner of 'Dance India Dance').

Building Community

The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others. That is what Pathways World School experienced when it commemorated the 69th Anniversary celebration of International UN Day at the school premises. 2,500 people from different walks of life - students from Pathways and nearby village schools, parents and faculty - sat together and enjoyed a meal. Children from over 30 different nationalities, dressed in ethnic attire, helped serve food to all the guests. The School also arranged for a magic show and folk dance performances. The village ladies had cooked up a ‘Bajra Roti’ dish and served it hot, along with an exceptional chutney. 

S.D. Adarsh Vidyalaya Annual Day 


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