Here is some food for thought, According to Indian philosophy food is equal to God. But are we giving the same amount of respect to food these days? Imagine disposing off one of the many shopping bags being disposed off in the nearest garbage bin after you go vegetable shopping. Feel some guilt? Invariably yes. →
“There is no elevator to success, you have to take the stairs “ Being a part of an Award Ceremony is a matter of pride. In schools meritorious students in the fields of academics and co- curricular-activities are awarded with certificates and medals. The galaxy of stars present amidst us raises the bar for all →
Being a parent is a huge responsibility. The child you nurtured so long will soon move ahead into the alluring world of knowledge. Every child is unique and this uniqueness is to be preserved. One must raise children with the belief of uniqueness in their hearts. Develop in him or her humanitarian values, a trait →
In the early years, parents are their child’s first teachers exploring together nature, reading together, cooking together and counting together. When a young child begins formal school, the parents job is to show him how school can extend the learning they began together at home and how exciting and meaningful this learning can be. Let →
The very essence of this Shlok lies in the fact that a teacher is at par with God. Guru Poornima , is celebrated on ninth July , to revere any elder , teacher, parents or your own peer . It is believed and accepted wholeheartedly that one who enlightens us, is the Guru, irrespective of →
It has been long when children have not seen their best pals due to summer break and have missed the fun of hanging and chatting with friends on the school campus. Joyous days are here again as school has reopened after the summer vacation. We are all back with a springly zest and goal to →
“We have reached the target, a number that sounded very challenging for a voluntary grassroots network”. “I want to congratulate already all of those who have made their contribution. More important than the number of trees is the process itself: to involve young generation to plant trees together despite borders, religious or political situation. Trees are →
Thank you very much for your kind wishes for the school and students. These success stories are due to constant efforts of students, Teacher mentoring and Parent attention. Very Well Done!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Highlights of the visit by Margeret Morris under the Exchange Programme by British Council “Connecting Classroom Grant”
Principal Ms. Manju Rana, Vice Principal Ms. Nandini Shekhar & Head Mistress Ms. Indu Kohli visited the partner school Junior Chater School Watford, U.K. in collaboration with British Council from 3 to 7 June’14 as a part of Exchange program.