Nearly 26 children put up a scintillating performance at the Kingdom of Dreams. The children were attending a Summer Camp. They learnt dance from the choreographer of Dance Café, Kanika Sharma; pottery from a local potter in Culture Gully; and took up theatre acting sessions with the cast of Zangoora.
Bringing Art Alive
Art Alive Gallery organised a three-hour Art Making Workshop for children, with an aim to introduce them to different methods of creating art. The Workshop focused on hand skills, and encouraged children to make artefacts with waste and recycled material. The Workshop was conducted by Abhilasha Ojham, who has held many art workshops for children. The children were awarded with a certificate.
PhotoWorld of Kidz
A Photography Workshop was conducted by the World of Kidz, for kids aged between 7 and 16 years. Apart from the basics of digital photography, camera handling, and creative skills required in photography, the Workshop also taught some technicalities. The kids will showcase their talent at Lucida, a Photography Workshop to be held later.
Fun at Leisure
Tiny tots of Bachpan pre-school enjoyed an early morning picnic at Leisure Valley Park, Sector 29. The kids were told about various plants, flowers, and trees in the park. The children also enjoyed a story telling session, taken by the teachers. This was followed by healthy snacks and refreshment provided by the School.
Funky Hairdo Shalom
Little ones at Shalom Hills International School sported funky hairdos, to break the monotony of coming to school ‘normally’. From the Twisty Twizzler, to the straight up Spike and the stiff Loop de Loop, the kids turned up with creative hairstyles. They shared this special moment with teachers, who praised the efforts put in by the parents.
The Bagia Privilege
As kids in the City are enjoying various activities during vacations, Bagiya School, a school for the underprivileged, also conducted a Summer Camp for its students. The School invited children from across the City, to teach them skills like painting, music, diya making, and online gaming. The kids displayed their paintings, and presented a dance performance and a music concert.
An inter-house folk dance competition was organised at Chiranjiv Bharti School. The stage looked beautiful, and dazzled with myriad hues. The four houses presented dances of different states. While the students of Ganga House regaled the audience with a Gujarati dance, the performers of Yamuna House left the guests spellbound with a colourful Rajasthani dance. A Haryanavi dance was presented by the students of Saraswati Hose, and a Punjabi Bhangra was presented by the students of Kaveri House. Principal Mrs. Sangeeta Saxena appreciated the efforts of the students and the dance co-ordinators. Yamuna house bagged the title.
Gurgaon to China
Over 16 students from Class XII of Shri Ram School, Aravali, and two teachers, were welcomed to India after their trip to Kunming in the Yunnan province of China. It was a 10-day trip, that was a part of the student exchange with Kunming No.1 High School. The students had found the host families warm and hospitable. They visited a famous spot called the Dinosaur Valley. Learning to make dumplings, and dancing with the host families, were the unforgettable moments during the trip. The Chinese students will visit the City next month.
Shepherded In Hindi
Good Shepherd School organised a Hindi poem recitation session. The aim of the Event was to provide a good knowledge and understanding of the national language. Dressed up as freedom fighters and famous Hindi poets, the tiny tots presented the best of Hindi literature.