The Investiture Ceremony of JG International School for the academic session 2018-2019 was held with great pomp and dignity in a special ceremony at the school auditorium. It was conducted with the highest degree of earnestness and passion. The Investiture ceremony signifies the reliance and confidence that the school consigns in the newly invested office bearers. Donning the mantle of accountability, they also pledge to bestow their duties to the best of their abilities. We believe that the child centric approach will help the students to become responsible citizens.
JG international school celebrated its 14th birthday on Thursday, 21st June, 2018. The celebration began with the lighting of the lamp, which was followed by the JG Anthem. The Principal, Ms. Kavita Sharma gave a welcome address that was followed by a song and a dance number performed by the students.
JG International School has experienced a Heart Throbbing performance by the Japanese artists from Shinki-A Musical Unit for peace and happiness. The two artist namely Hideshi Takatani San, a blues guitarist for Japanese music and Sayaka Ogawa San, a Japanese singer, pianist and song writer has melted every hearts with their touch of western blues and Jazz in their contemporary fusion. They also gave the feel of Indian music by singing the song “Raghupati raghav..” in their Japanese style.
Trips and excursions are an integral part of the curriculum. To create awareness amongst children, the students of Grade II visited the Children Traffic Park on April 11, 2018 as an extended learning of Communication unit. Wherein they learnt the rules and regulation to be followed on the road to become better citizen. Children took part in the interactive session and answered various questions that were asked.
JGIS organized Graduation Ceremony for batch 2017-18 on 7th April, 2018. It’s a solemn ritual that marks the beginning of a young adult’s foray into the real world wherein he/she dons the mantle of myriad roles and responsibilities that pave the way to become a global citizen. The ceremony began with the marching of the coordinators followed by the graduating batch of students, lighting of the lamp, JG anthem and a prayer song. It then proceeded with the felicitation of the students, the Executive Director’s speech and the Chairman’s blessings.
J G International School organized Farewell Party on April 7, 2018 where students of XI Grade bid farewell to the outgoing students of XII Grade with great enthusiasm. Students of XI Grade filled the air with vibrant colours by performing on various songs and dances. Some exciting games were also arranged for the students and were enjoyed by all. Different tags were awarded to the students.
All the children are blessed with talents ad are worth congratulating, and this is what this day of Graduation is all about. The Graduation Ceremony of Sr. KG was held on Tuesday 20/03/2018 at 10.30 am. 54 students of batch 2017-18 were graduated from Pre Primary to Primary Level. Graduation Certificates were give out to children by the Chief Guests one by one. The Chief Guest for the event were our very own Head boy-Dhanush Tolia, Head Girl Aayushi Patel and Sports Captain Divyesh Karelia.
Shades of every hue, makes the world so new, it mixes with each other, brightening the world further. It manifests in every bloom, driving away the gloom.
The children of Grade I Mars had given presentation on “Changing the world with Kindness” on 13th March, 2018. They worked collaboratively for their presentation. The message passed on to the audience was we should always be polite in our actions and words so we can bring a change. They presented this very confidently on the stage.
Sports Day for Pre-primary to class II was held on Saturday the 17th of February 2018 in the school grounds. All the races were designed according to the theme “At The Circus”. The event began with a colourful clown dance. Various elements of a circus – juggling, acrobatics, gymnastics added variety to the races displaying co-ordination and gross motor skills of the students. Students of class III culminated their novel “ Charlie and the Chocolate Factory ” by putting up a sale of chocolates for parents and students.
Anthony Robbins says, “It’s not what we do once in a while that shapes our lives. It’s what we doconsistently.” Thus, the students of Grade IV Emerald shared one of the hidden secret to be successful through their fabulous Class Presentation On the topic “ Consistency” and portrayed the need to show consistent effort and hard work to overcome our problems and rise up every time we fall.
J G international school hosted its first Literary week from [05/02/18 – 09/02/18]. Students from classes I – VI enthralled the audience by bringing to life the classics that they had read during the year-“The Cat in the Hat” by class I, “The Jungle Book by class II, The Wizard of Oz by class IV, “Great Expectations” by class V, “ Bond with Nature” by class VI. The excitement of the students grew each day when they were quizzed on “Charlie and the Chocolate factory ” read by class III.
On February 2nd, 2018, the students of Class XI (Einstein) performed a skit on ‘Wars’ in the auditorium. Strong messages were conveyed on to the audience through this play, which were, wars are chaotic and irrelevant. Not only does a soldier suffer but also his near and dear ones do. Soldiers are nothing but mere puppets at the hands of the warmongers. Also, that each individual should have the freedom to choose his/her own career and choices can never be forced. The skit was well appreciated by the audience.
The students of Grade IV Ruby showcased a class presentation on the immune system of our body. It was a short dramatic performance related to science which conveyed a strong message. It had also the elements of music and dance. The students demonstrated the immune response of our body towards invading pathogens like bacteria or virus through personification. It gave an insight on how the body fights diseases and the role of immune system in maintaining proper health.
“Weave the magic of happiness” as there is no key to happiness and the door to happiness is always open. The students of Class III Water enlightened everyone with their simple and beautiful thoughts through a skit and dance performance. Everyone reflected that they do not value the things which almighty has given them and this leads to unhappiness. There will always be someone who will have more or less than you have. We should be happy with what we have in our life.