kids Corner_21-27 Nov, 2014

  • FG Bureau
  • India
  • Nov 21, 2014




GPS Annual Day was celebrated at the Air Force Auditorium. The show-stopper was the 'Temple Bells With Ghungroos', a Kathak Dance by Nalini Kamalini, the internationally renowned dancer.



Celebrating the Essence of Childhood

'Rabindranath Tagore has beautifully said, 'Every child comes with the message that God is not yet discouraged of man'.  Indeed, children are divine gifts that parents get from the Almighty. The birth of a child is a joyous occasion that everyone looks forward to excitedly. There is joy and celebration when a child is born. Children are adorable. Their eyes are full of innocence, which signifies the purity and manifestation of God’s love, who in His wisdom so carefully and wonderfully creates unique individuals. It is said that childhood is the most beautiful of all life's seasons - the best phase of one’s life. In the joy of childhood there are no grudges and no secrets to be kept; there is just happiness, of living every moment joyfully. Childhood has a great significance in the making of an adult. Therefore, Children’s Day is a very important event not only for children but also for parents and teachers, as this is the day to celebrate the spirit of childhood and to remind ourselves that our children need to be loved and cared for. This Day is the birthday of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of independent India.  He was a great leader who was keen about the welfare, education and development of children in India. He was fond of children and became popular as Chacha Nehru amongst them. Children are the most valuable resource; they are the future of our society. The values and discipline learned as a child remain for a lifetime. while India has been blessed with over 193 million children in the age group of 6 to 14 years, at least 35 million of these children do not get to attend school. Being the youngest country in the world, we need to treasure our children and provide them with opportunities and an environment for schooling, and grow into persons they truly deserve to be. Every child should have cherished memories of his/her school life. If every child in our country is nurtured with great care, our nation will be at the forefront in all spheres in the world.  Children are vulnerable and need to be loved and cared for. If our children become weak, then the future of our society will be weak.  In this context, the former President of South Africa, Nelson Mandela has aptly said, 'Safety and security don’t just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear'.  Parents and society must understand that Children's Day is the day to reaffirm that children have the right to live their childhood joyfully and to grow graciously in the sight of God. How true is the proverb: 'Train up a child in the way he should go; and when he is old, he will not depart from it'.  I urge parents and teachers to nurture our children and train them to be honest and responsible citizens. Above all, love them and care for their happiness. I encourage children to obey their parents and teachers and honour them. They should be grateful to God for them, and for the gift of childhood God has blessed the children with. We should pray for those who are today not fortunate to be able to goto  school, that they too may get the opportunity to study and live a life of dignity and respect.  As children celebrate their childhood, they must remember that they are unique, special and a wonderful gift of God' - Dr. A.F. Pinto, Chairman, Ryan International of Institutions

The Natural Water Cycle

As part of activity-based learning at Ryan Global School, the students highlighted the importance of water and the cycle of water within Nature. They also presented their views on water preservation and water harvesting.

CBS, Canada

Chiranjiv Bharati School, Sushant Lok has collaborated with Maple Bear for Pre Primary Education as per Canadian educational practices. The School was inaugurated by Rodney Briggs, President, Maple Bear Global Schools, Canada  and  Archana Luthra, Trustee, CBS Group of Schools.

An Ideal Initiation

“If every man took only what was sufficient for his needs, there would be no rich and poor”.

Food Bucket Challenge, a feeding programme of the Navjoyti India Foundation for the underprivileged children across the country, was launched by the Ryan International Group of Institutions recently in Mumbai, and is now moving across the country. The initiative is based on the mission, 'Our target one million kilos……… our commitment one million smiles'. All students of Ryan International School, Sohna Road made contributions to this noble programmme.

Children Days

Children's Day at Vivekanand Academy


Teachersí Day?

Children’s Day at Ryan Global School was celebrated by the teachers depicting themselves as children and performing various dances and dramas for their students.

Happy School

Children's Day - Poem Recitation


Sporting Extravagance

Children’s Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm and in its true spirit by the Montessori students of Ryan International School, Sohna Road, in the form of Montessori Sports Extravaganza – Fun and Frolic...Run for Fun. The students participated in various sports activities like Pom Pom Drill, Fun and Frolic (Circus) and Karate display. Students also participated in fun races like the Snow White and Dwarfs Race, Pack your Bag Race and Chef Race. Students from neighbouring schools were invited to participate in the Bunny and Carrot race. Parents took part in the Bangle Race. Chief Guest Brig R.N.P Singh felicitated the winners and congratulated Principal Ms. Rashmi Prakash for presenting a wonderful programme and instilling qualities of true sportsmanship in the students.

Teachers' Day Out

Children's Day is a day of fun and frolic, a celebration of childhood and children. The teachers of American Montessori Public School, Junior wing decided to celebrate the Day by performing for the children. They sang a medley of fun songs celebrating childhood, acted in a small skit (The Foolish Rabbit) and danced to some foot-tapping numbers.




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