Kid Corner 22-28 May, 2015

  • FG Bureau
  • India
  • May 22, 2015

Ryan International School, Sector 40

For Clean & Green

Ryan International School, Sector 40 hosted the Prize Distribution ceremony for the winners of various competitions conducted by Aqua Foundation with the support of Ministry of Earth Sciences. The School was also felicitated for its Green and Clean Earth endeavours. Winners of the Painting competition, Slogan Writing competition and Essay Writing competition - all with the theme ‘Clean Earth – Green Earth’ - were felicitated. The other schools that witnessed the Ceremony were Sulabh Public School, Venkatesh International School and Sushila Model School.

Family Fundas
Ryan International School, Sector 40 has always tried to present an educative morning assembly for its students. On the ‘International Day of Family' the students of Class IV B presented a lively Talk Show on the significance of family in our lives. They emphasised that the family is a microcosm of society, wherein people learn to act responsibly, accept authority, have loyalty, be considerate to others and attend to the needs of members who require care and protection.

Village Healing    
Ryan International School, Sector 40 organised a Health Camp at Silokha Village. A team of doctors from All India Welfare and Research Society worked together with the Ryanites to help create awareness on how to maintain good health. The villagers were very enthusiastic and took the opportunity to get themselves medically examined. Those diagnosed with ailments were given appointments for medical treatment. Free medicines, including vitamin and iron tablets, were given to all. The School Head Ms. Peeya Sharma said that the School has pledged to positively transform Silokha Village.

Quiz Kid
Ryan International School, Sector 40 participated in a quiz and an art competition at Purana Quila, New Delhi on the occasion of International Museum Day. Anshika Sodhi of Class VIIA bagged the 3rd position in the quiz and the 4th position in the art competition, in the 12-15 age group. She was the youngest winner among 50 participants from various schools.

Being Humble
The students of Ryan Global School, Sector 40 participated in a thought enactment based on the value of humility. They highlighted, through their dialogues and actions, the importance of being humble.

Healthy Teaching
Books Distribution at Sulabh Public School by HOPE Initiative, a non-profit organisation working for health awareness among school students.

Go Shantis Go 
Shanti Niketan School, Sector 4 students came First in Gurgaon District in an NGOs-organised Talent Hunt 2015

Manav Rachna International School, Sector 46

Gym Artists
Students of Manav Rachna International School, Sector 46 displayed agility, grace and coordination to win the Silver medal in Artistic Gymnastics at the CBSE Inter School Sports & Games Competition 2015-16, in the Under 12 category.

TT Champs 
The Table Tennis  team of MRIS 46 lifted the  Manav Rachna Inter School Sports Championship Trophy, for the U-12 boys category.

Save Kids' Lives Now!
As part of the United Nations Global Road Safety Week, MRIS 46 conducted an interactive session with its students, briefing them about safety on roads and responsible driving. Each student signed a Child Declaration on Road Safety.

Abacus Aadit
Aadit Goyel of Grade III, North America section , MRIS 46, bagged the  Champions trophy at the 8th Haryana State level Abacus competition, 2015.

To the Most Proficient
In the words of Napoleon Hill: 'Some people dream of success, others wake up and work hard at it. Work hard for you never know when the sweat trickling down the side of your face becomes the first droplets of the showers of success. Work hard and achieve anything, aim higher, dream bigger, fear less, love more, look after yourself, be grateful, stay blessed. Trust your struggle. It's now or never'. MRIS-46 conducted a Proficiency Award ceremony (for Grades VI to XI) to felicitate the efforts of the students who had scaled great heights of academic excellence in the 2014-15 session.

In House Learning
Open sharing of knowledge and ideas was the key objective of the first in-house Assembly held at Manav Rachna International School, Sector 46. Students of the Primary department displayed an assortment of information related to various places they explored and discovered in their Paragon journey of Unit 1. Grade 1 students shared with all the basic needs for physical survival. Students of Grade II stepped back in time and showcased the first ingredient of civilisation - farming, which brought about a settled way of life. The ten elements that are present in all complex cultures - architecture, art, technology, government, economy, beliefs, behaviour, knowledge, food and dress, were very well explained and showcased through dialogue, role play and a PPT by the students of Grade III. 'How do we recognise a civilisation'? was the Essential Question answered and explained by the students of Grade IV. The Fifth Graders reconstructed the past by stepping into the shoes of archaeologists and the various methods they used to explore the ruins and the remains of Ancient Egypt; they talked of the difference between artefacts and 'ecofacts'.


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