Students of Cambridge International School,Kalyan (West),planted saplings on July 8 as part of a Go Green drive. On a field trip,the students were made aware of the importance of trees. The were told the dire consequences the world could face in the absence of trees.
Sanjay Jadhav,an officer from the forest department,Kalyan-Dombivali Municipal Corporation,was the guest of honour. He encouraged the students. Saplings were planted on the school premises to promote the idea of Green Kalyan.
School trustees Sachin and Bipin Pote were present during the drive.
The school that follows IGCSE curriculum uses creative teaching aids and methods such as the field trip.
The school authorities believe such activities contribute to overall development of students and shapes them into responsible citizens.
Students honoured with Gunwant Mulundkar awards
Under the guidance of MLC Charan Singh Sapra,Mulund Congress felicitated SSC toppers from more than 40 schools recently. Eighty toppers (40 boys and 40 girls) were given Gunwant Mulundkar awards at Kalidas Hall on July 6. This is the eight year of the awards.
MLC Sapra lauded the winners and reminded them of former Prime Minister the late Rajiv Gandhis vision of a young and progressive India. He also appreciated the efforts of organiser Sayed Ayub,general secretary,North-East District Congress Committee.
Mulund Region Congress Committee president Janardhan Chandurkar was the chief guest at the awards function also attended by parents and teachers in large numbers.
He appreciated programmes of public interest organised by MLC Sapra. Manoj Dube,president,North-East District Congress Committee,stressed on Food Security Bill,Aadhar and other initiatives of the Congress government in Maharashtra as well as at the Centre. Sayed Ayub presided over the programme.
Ira Global School inaugurated in Dombivali
With the vision of creating a caring,supportive and stimulating learning environment of the highest quality to develop students into global citizens,Ira Global School was inaugurated on June 29 with the support of nearly 600 people.
The school received Cambridge Board,UK,affiliation (IN928) even before inauguration. The inauguration was attended by MLA Ramesh Patil,Nanjibhai Khimjibhai Thakkar Thanawala,guest of honour Pravin Kumar Tayal of KSL and all trustees of the school.
Parents and guests,who were taken on a tour of the school premises,appreciated its facilities and ambiance.
Teachers organised fun games to make the experience enjoyable for children. After dinner,each child was gifted a smart file folder with weekend worksheets.
DAV Public School,Airoli,celebrates Environment Day
DAV Public School,Airoli,celebrated Environment Day on June 15. The theme was Best out of waste.
Different activities were organised for students of classes V to XII to make them aware of the need to use material normally considered waste. The students used broken plastic bottles,cans,etc,to make cute piggy banks. They also created beautiful collages using old magazines and greeting cards with used cardboards. The cards carried environment protection messages.
Curriculum Morning at Leo International School,Kalher
Leo International School,Kalher,Bhiwandi,is an international school that follows the IGCSE curriculum. The school stands out for its novel concepts and teaching methodologies. In June,curriculum morning,a concept followed in international schools,was introduced.
The aim was to make parents aware of the five innovative teaching methods the school follows. The parents were also introduced to facilitators for all grades.
The exercise gave parents a fair idea of the working of the school. Primary and pre-primary teachers made a PowerPoint presentation on their subjects.
Morning assemblies on topics such as World Music Day,family values and International Day of Innocent Children victims of aggression are also conducted in June.
After the PowerPoint presentations,a quiz was held to see how much the students understood.
Shri Rajarshi Shahu Vidyalaya students excel in taekwondo
At Taekwondo Fight 2013 held on July 7 at Blossom High School,Dhokali,students of Shri Rajarshi Shahu Vidyalaya came out with flying colours. Mrunali Bhoir,Sakshi Bhoir and Avishkar won gold medals,while Chetan Bhoir and Harshad Telang won silver medals. Rajnish Singh,Akshay Hatangale and Ganesh Dhule won bronze medals. The management as well as principal of the school Poornima Apte have congratulated the students and activity coach Surendra Kamble for the outstanding performance.