kids Corner_14-20 Nov, 2014

  • FG Bureau
  • India
  • Nov 14, 2014

Ryan International School, Sohna Road

Street-Smart Competitors

“Believe in yourself and all that you are. Know that there is something inside you that is greater than any obstacle”. 

Students of Ryan International School, Sohna Road participated in the Swapnil Rang 2014 competition held at Lions Public School, Gurgaon. The School bagged the First position in the Street Play competition; the Ryanites presented a play on the theme, 'Baap Bada Na Bhaiya, Beta Sabse Bada Rupaiyaa' - which was written by, and executed under the guidance of, Ms. Alka Sharma.

Swachh Badshahpur Abhiyaan

Nimisha Aggarwal, a student of Class XI, Ryan Intenrational School, Sohna Road responded to the PM's initiative by starting a local cleanliness campaign in the surrounding Badshahpur locality, ably supported by the Principal Ms. Rashmi Prakash. Around 170 students, suitably equipped, were engaged in the clean-up; they even picked up the litter and garbage thrown on the streets. The students spread awareness on the importance of cleanliness, with the help of colourful posters, bright banners and enthusiastic slogans. They also performed an informative street play, ‘Swacch Bharat Hamara Bharat’. The local people responded very positively and joined the students in the initiative.

IT Wizzes

Students of Ryan International School, Sohna Road participated in the Tata Consultancy Services IT Wiz quiz, which was held at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi. Over 40 students from the School competed with over 50 other schools from across NCR.  The Quiz Master was Giri Subramanian, popularly known as ‘Pick Brain’. Deepanshu Arora of Class XII bagged the First prize for tweeting the most. He won a TCS cap and a trendy Bluetooth speaker. The guest of honour was Anil Shastri, noted educationist and son of former PM Lal Bahadur Shastri. he appreciated the performances and told the participants, “India has such huge opportunities now; if you are capable and equipped, nothing can stop you”. 

Making them blossom

Blossom Kochhar College Of Creative Arts & Design, in association with Salaam Baalak Trust, celebrated Children’s Day at the Salaam Baalak Trust, Gurgaon shelter. To make the occasion special for the children, the make-up, hair and nail-art experts from the College presented a ‘pampering and grooming’ session for all the children. The celebration was kick-started with a talk on hygiene and wellness by Ms. Nivedita Sharma, Centre Manager, Blossom Kochhar College of Creative Arts & Design, followed by a fun interactive session on hair care and make-up. The children actively participated in the programme. 

Save the Animals

The extinction of various animal species is a serious threat that can disturb the balance of Nature and harm our Environment. The students of Ryan Global School, Sector 40 highlighted the importance of saving animals. They also made the audience aware of preventive measures that can help save endangered species. School Head Ms. Andrea Martin encouraged all Ryanites to help in the preservation of Nature.

Children participating in Swachhta Abhiyan

(submitted by Niramaya Charitable Trust)


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