Grandparents are a delightful blend of laughter, caring deeds, wonderful stories and love. To show the love and respect towards the grandparents, The Pre Primary celebrated Gandparents’ Day on 19/09/2017 in the school auditorium. Children welcomed the grandparents with tikka on their forehead and performed their aarti. Principal Ma’am Ms. Kavita Sharma welcomed them. Urva of Sr. KG also welcomed the grandparents on behalf of all the children. A few children of Jr. KG and Sr.
“INDIVIDUALLY WE ARE ONE DROP BUT TOGETHER WE ARE AN OCEAN”. JG International School conducted different activities to promote team building and cooperation among students through games.
Field trips provide students the opportunity to take a break from their normal routine and experience more hands on learning. JGIS arranged Field trip to Axis Bank, Law Garden Branch, Ahmedabad., for classes - 10 IGCSE, 11 & 12 ISC, AS and A level, IBDP II on September 19, 2017. In total 77 students were accompanied by teachers – Ms. Neha Amin, Ms. Smita Singh, Ms. Sushma Vasu, Ms. Reena Nathani, Ms. Hetal Philip, Mr. Sabu Officials from Axis Bank made very nice arrangements.
A session on brain mapping was conducted by Mr. Mohit Mangal and Ms. Manisha Angre of Ique foundation for the teachers of grades V to XII on 16th September, 2017. It’s aim was to help the students to career/ stream selection of students after school based on their interest, aptitude and personality.
Inter House English Debate was scheduled on 15 September 2017. Two participants from each of the four houses participated. The participants are, Muskaan Ohri and Yuvraj Khosla (JB), Yashas Samtani and Vishnupriya (RT), Fenisha Shah and Dhruv Sachchade (CS), Hemant Sheshadri and Aayushi Patel (AS). The debate topic was “Democracy in India has more drawbacks then benefits”.
JGIS invited parents of grade I-IV for the event “ MOMS and DADS at School” on 12th Sep’ 2017 . The parents were given a traditional welcome by applying tilak followed by group song sung by the students. To make sure that the parents relive their childhood, various games were organized which they played and revived their school and college days. To encourage the bonding between parents and child, some spectacular collaborative classroom activities were conducted.
Inter House Hindi Recitation Competition for the year 2017-18 was held on 8th September, 2017. The competition was conducted for two categories, the junior category having participants from grade I & II and the senior category having participants from grade III & IV. Teachers in charge was Shipra, Palak, Bharti. Judges were Deepa Arora and Archana Chaurasia. Scorers were N. Vijay Lalitha and Shila Singh.
In this fast growing world, where we are all charged up to accomplish our daily task, we come across stress, frustration, anger and many other emotions that hover our mind. Class IV Diamond showcased a presentation on “Anger Management” showing its various facets; What is anger? How can we manage it? Anger is like a mirror, it reflects our inner instability. It makes us blank and blind. verbal assault, aggression and physical violence are the types of Anger.
A trip was organized for classes V to VIII to witness the Science Express at Khodiyar Railway Station, Ahmedabad on 6th September, 2017 . Classes IX and X also visited the same next day. The Science Express was like any other train, except that its carriages were painted white on the outside with drawings of environment-related themes and the inside was modified to house Science exhibits.
Teachers’ Day was celebrated on 5th September, 2017. The Principal, Ms. Kavita Sharma, Manager Admin, Ms. Rekha Anil and Parent Relation Officer, Ms. Rema Nair attended the event. Students of classes V to XII also witnessed the programme. The day began with the morning assembly conducted by the students. All the teachers and the admin staff were given different tags. Later, all the students who became teachers went in their respective classes to teach. The afternoon session, Students of classes V to XII performed a number of dances.
Onam was celebrated in JGIS on 1st September 2017. The portico was decorated with colourful flowers. The staff and students presented a special programme highlighting the culture and tradition of Kerala in the form of a dance drama which passed on the message of national integration and cultural diversity to the audience. The traditional Kaikottokkali, vallamkali, pulikali were also the part of the programme. Principal and other staff members too witnessed the programme. Executive Director Mr. M.P. Chandran greeted the staff and students.
Pre Primary Fancy Dress Show was held on Thursday, 31/08/2017 at 10.30 am. It was held in the school auditorium. The theme of the show was Icons and Idols. The Parents dressed the children very creatively and innovatively. Children of Nursery were dressed as famous sports personalities. Children of Jr.KG were dressed as inventors. The Jr.KG Sunflower class children were dressed as famous musicians, actors, dancers, singers and artistes. Sr KG Marigold and Jasmine dressed as leaders, politicians and freedom fighters.
Inter House English Declamation Competition was held on Thursday, August 31, 2017. The event organizers were Ms. Shilpa Thakkar, Ms. Bindu Raphael and Ms. Julie Roy. The judges of the event were Ms. Neelam Rathi and Ms.
“ Never judge a book by it’s cover”-this adage aptly applies to people. Appearance can be deceptive. What seems outside may not be as imagined. Outward appearance can cost one a meaningful relationship. This valuable lifeskill was showcased in the form of a presentation by class II Krishna and appreciated by all.
The crucial message of “Living in the moment” was put up in the form of a presentation by Class II Ganga. We forget what it means to live in the moment, because we think that our past and our future is what determines who we are and how we feel and what happens to us. Life is very short so enjoy each and every moment of your life and live it to the fullest. Children got an opportunity to showcase various skills through this spectacular performance.