kids Corner_5-11 Dec, 2014

  • FG Bureau
  • India
  • Dec 05, 2014

A Planetary

GPS organised an educational trip to the Nehru Planetarium for the students of Classes VI – X. The Sky Theater was booked for them. The film on the Solar system aroused their curiosity immensely.

Jaipur Heritage  

118 Students from Grades IV & V of Manav Rachna International School, Sector 46 went for an overnight heritage trip to Jaipur. They visited the City Palace, Sanganer paper recycling unit, Chokhi Dhani village resort, Hawa Mahal, Birla Temple and Amer Fort.

'A Drop of Water' 

Bookaroo festival of children's literature was organised at Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, New Delhi. Around 11000 students from 101 schools visited the Festival. It was a big outing-of-the-year for the children  of NCR. I had a great time with my younger brother Jasyheel (Class KG student of Amiown). We enjoyed storytelling, craft activities, drawing etc. We got a wonderful opportunity to share the story of a 'Drop of Water', spreading the simple message of 'Save Water-Save Environment-Save Life, Each Drop Counts'. It was a day for celebrating literature and bringing we all children and books together. We had great learnings from stories narrated by the great storytellers from India and around the world. 
Love and Regards
Taksheel Buddhadeo (Class 3 student of Amity International School)

The Adventurists 

Students of Grades 6 to 10 of Manav Rachna International School, Sector 46 participated in myriad activities like Rappelling, River Crossing, Tent Pitching, Burma Bridge, Zorbing and Commando Crawl at an Adventure Camp - which helped build confidence, self esteem and team spirit among all the participants.

Annual Sports Day at Vivekanand Academy 

A Scientific Week

'Science is an imaginative adventure of the mind seeking truth in a world of mystery'.

During the week long scientific activity at the Manav Rachna International School, Sector 46, knowledge seemed to flow in the form of informative charts displayed all over the building. Students explained the science and the concepts behind their working models. Educational field trips to the ‘Biodiversity Park’ and ‘Solar Energy Centre' were also arranged. Students of Grade 10 attended a Workshop on 'Solar Energy and Our Future' and learnt to construct solar panels. The final day was ‘Science Fiction Movie’ Day.

Quizzical Resonance

Ryan International School, Sohna Road participated in the 'Socioquest’ quiz of Resonance 2014, an event hosted by Ryan International School, NOIDA. Tanmay Betrabet, Kartik Sharma and Adarsh Gupta of Class IX showed their knowledge and intelligence in cracking the quiz and emerging as the top team of the competition. Principal Ms. Rashmi Prakash felicitated the winning team at the School assembly.

A Privileged Challenge

'God loves a cheerful giver'.

The Ryan Group of Institutions and Ryan Foundation have launched a Pan India campaign titled ‘Ryan Food Bucket Challenge’, with an aim to feed the underprivileged. The students, staff and parents of Ryan Global School contributed and donated foodgrains and sweets to an orphanage.

Let's Play Cricket

18 schools from across Delhi NCR are competing for  the  7th Manav Rachna Inter School Under-14 Cricket Challenge Cup 2014. The tournament was inaugurated by Dr. Sarkar Talwar, former Haryana Ranji player and Director-Sports, Manav Rachna International University, and Mrs. Dhriti Malhotra, Principal – MRIS 46 presided over the opening match. 

Robotics Meet...Sochi

Congratulations to the Robotics team of MRIS 46 for participating in the World Robot Olympiad held at Sochi, Russia. The team, comprising of students Atreyu Balasundaram, Franshu Yadav, Jayant Sharma and Rohan Verma, and teachers Ishvaneet Kaur & Deepshikha, were amongst the four teams from the country who qualified for the final round at Sochi. There were around 200 international teams participating.

World AIDS Day celebration at S.D. Adarsh Vidyalaya.

The Rotary Public School Show

The 32nd Annual Function of Rotary Public School started with a performance by the School Band, followed by multi-faith prayers and an anthem of peace.  The children then presented their skills by performing on skates under the able guidance of the instructor, Mr. Rohit Singh. This was followed  by a 30 minutes ballet on women empowerment - 'Aparajita : An ode to women' - under the supreme guidance of Mr. Pradyumn Bhargava, a very talented dancer & choreographer.  The grand finale kept everyone spellbound, as the students danced exuberantly to the foot tapping beats of Rajasthani songs. They performed the Ghoomar, Kalbelia, Manjeera and Jhoomar dance forms, which were choreographed by Mrs. Shobha. The academic, co-curricular and sports achievements of the students during the year were also proudly presented to the  parents and esteemed guests.



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