kids corner_Aug 30-Sept 5, 2013

  • FG Bureau
  • India
  • Aug 30, 2013



Helping Avert Disasters @ GPS

A Disaster Management Workshop was organised at Gurugram Public School, Sector 55, by The Green Locus (an organisation that provides unique Himalayan experiences). The theme of the Workshop was ‘Responsible living by learning from the wisdom of nature and the Himalayas’. The Workshop was conducted by experienced trainers from Adventure Guide Welfare Society (AGWS), Nainital. More than 80 students of Class IX participated in the Workshop. The Workshop began with an introduction to disaster management by Priyank Tewari, founder of The Green Locus. This was followed by a detailed lecture on Disaster Management by Sunil Vaidya, Chief Instructor. The topics discussed were –  types of disasters, fire fighting techniques, casualty lifting, first aid and search and rescue. A demonstration on how to deal with different types of disaster situations and how to administer first aid was also given. School Principal Mrs. Vibha stressed on the importance of imparting trainings like Disaster Management to the students, to make them responsible.





MRIS Calling

Manav Rachna International School, Sector 46, hosted the 4th India Calling, an Inter- School event. The Event was inaugurated in the presence of Nisha Singh (Councillor Ward 30), Prof. M.M Pant and Vijay Lokapally. The Event was an amalgamation of unique simulations conceptualised by the students, which gave a GenX perspective to India and its present day problems. Infused with fresh ideas from the students of Grade XII, India Calling this year looked at the past, present and future through 3 unique simulations—Delhi Conference 1945, a Group Discussion on Communism vs Democracy and an Open Forum—and aimed to put forth youth ideas on the same.  

The Ajanta Investiture


Ajanta Public School held its Investiture Ceremony at the School premises, wherein House Captains, Vice-House Captains and Sports Captains for the new academic session were declared. The newly elected Head Boy and Head Girl received the School Flag with pride. A performance by the School Girls' Band was appreciated by the students and the staff.


CBS Orates, and How!


The Rajiv Gandhi Memorial Inter-school Debate was organised at Chiranjiv Bharati School, Palam Vihar. The topic of the debate was ‘What unites India today is neither Bollywood nor Cricket, it is Corruption’. It was a thought-provoking session with varied opinions and apt rebuttals. Radhika Gupta, Blue Bells Model School,  won the award for Best Speaker and Saswati Mishra of CBS, PV, won the award for Best Interjector. The overall Championship Trophy was also bagged by the Host School. School trustee Archna Luthra, Director Goldy Malhotra and Principal Sangeeta Saxena congratulated all the speakers for their excellent oratory skills and praised the English Department for putting up a great show.


Ryan International School, Sector 40



Book Launch @ School

The School held the launch of the book ‘Elbiels Quest’, by Gurgaon-based author Manjul Bajaj. Ms. Bajaj briefed the audience about her book and its special features. A short session was also held, wherein the author interacted with the students. This was followed by a skit presentation of an extract from the book. School Head Peeya Sharma congratulated the Author and wished her success.



Ryan Reach-Out


Members of the Ryan Community Development programme visited Kanhai Village with the message, ‘Basic hygiene is a must for a healthy body’. They highlighted the ill-effects of unsafe water, poor sanitation and lack of hygiene. The students explained that diseases like diarrhoea, jaundice and typhoid are spread through air, water and food. They advised the villagers to boil the water before drinking, and wash their hands with soap/ash and water before touching or preparing food.  The students also gave a presentation on first aid and educated the villagers on how to treat wounds and injuries. Students from Ryan also  educated the children of the Village on the ‘Three Golden Words’ – Thank You, Sorry and Please. Different situations were given to the village children and they were asked to use the appropriate golden words.






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