kids corner_8-14 May, 2015

  • FG Bureau
  • India
  • May 08, 2015



The New Council

An Investiture ceremony marked the inception of the newly elected Council for the 2015-16 session at Ryan International School, Sohna Road. The distinguished guests were welcomed in five different languages. Lt. Gen. Vijay Kumar Jetley , PVSM, the  Chief Guest pinned the badges on all Core Council, ruling party and opposition party members. Principal Mrs. Rashmi Prakash administered the oath to the School President, Bala Chandra Routhu, who then administered it to the Council members. Scholars (from Classes VII to XI) who had excelled in academics and extra-mural activities were felicitated at the Scholar Badge ceremony.

Breathe Easy

Ryan International School organised a Special Assembly to mark World Asthma Day, and students of Class V presented a talk show on Asthma - its symptoms, causes and prevention. The message conveyed was: ‘don’t let your precious breath be taken away by any cause...only get the good moments of life take your breath away’. The students made others aware that Asthma is a hereditary disease, and while it has no cure it can be prevented (for example, by being careful about food allergies). A change of weather often aggravates Asthma. Students dressed as doctors demonstrated how an asthmatic patient needs to be given emergency aid. The School Nurse demonstrated the use of a nebuliser. The School Head Peeya Sharma emphasised that pollution needs to be curbed to help fight this deadly disease, which is widely prevalent in today’s world. She shared that students are the worst affected, since their organs are yet to mature.

Be ever so humble

The students of Ryan Global School, Sector 40 presented a thought enactment on the quality of Being Humble, an integrala element within the 12 Visions of the school.

Support the Staff

'As the sun shines I will make hay

To keep failure at bay

For there remaineth a pay

For my honest toil each day'. 

On that note of respect, MRIS 46 students celebrated Labour Day. The children were sensitised on the dignity of labour and respect for the support extended by domestic, school and community helpers. Students expressed their love and gratitude by presenting 'Thank You' badges to helpers. Students of Grade V were taken to nearby construction sites, where they could interact with labourers.  Students got an insight into the daily challenges faced by homeless people who build dream homes for others. On returning, the children wrote short biographical accounts of the people they had met. It also led to a lot of reflective thinking and sensitivity in the children, which ensured a rich class discussion.  


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