Kid Corner 13-19 March, 2015

  • FG Bureau
  • India
  • Mar 13, 2015

Ryan International School, Sector 40


Ryan International School, Sector 40 organised a dental checkup with the help of Clove Dental

Math Olympians
350 students from Classes II to VII of Ryan International School, Sector 40 had participated in the 8th SOF International Mathematics Olympiad. The School has been awarded 21 medals, including Medals of Excellence for achieving State Rank (which is awarded to students achieving State/Zonal Rank 1 to 25).

Happy Parent, Happy Child
Ryan International School, Sector  40 organised a workshop on ‘Raising a Happy Child’ for the parents of Montessori and Classes I and II. The resource person was Dr. Roma Kumar, Senior Clinical Psychologist, Max Hospital, Gurgaon. The speaker stressed that a child can be happy only if the parent is happy.

Jago Grahak Jago
Ryan International School, Sector 40 conducted a special assembly to mark the upcoming World Consumer Rights Day. Students presented very entertaining as well as informative skits, which highlighted various consumer protection rights and laws. They also spoke of the role and functions of Consumer Forums. The School Head Ms. Peeya Sharma advised the children to be aware about their rights as sensible and responsible consumers.

Empowering Women, Empowering Humanity

‘No development tool is more effective than education of girls and empowerment of women’ - this statement of Kofi Annan, former Secretary-General of UN throws light on the significant role bestowed upon women in our society.  Such statements and testimonials encourage effective action for advancing and recognising women and their ability to make things happen.  The International Women’s Day gives an opportunity to everyone to celebrate the achievements of women and their commendable contribution in various spheres all around the world. Recalling the great historic conference of Beijing in 1995, where 189 governments adopted a visionary roadmap for gender equality, this year the UN Women organisation celebrated the International Women’s Day with a wonderful theme ‘Empowering Women, Empowering Humanity: Picture it!’ UN Women Organisation will re-energise the vision and picture a world where women and girls have equal rights, freedom and opportunity in every sphere of life. International Women’s Day celebrated the many women achievements over the years, recognised challenges and spurred needful action to address the gaps that still deprive women of their right to live a dignified life.  It is quite apparent that women are increasingly taking leadership in the global economy, both as employees and entrepreneurs. Education has indeed provided a huge breakthrough to a large number of women, enabling them to contribute more to the economy and to stimulate growth.  It has been forecast that nearly one billion women will enter the global economy in the coming decade. This will dramatically reshape the world business and economies.

However, while much progress has been made, there is still a lot to be done, especially for women’s security and for gender equality.  Every country has to renew its commitment and strengthen action towards women’s rights and  empowerment.  I believe that every woman can not only make a positive influence in her family, but also has the power to transform a society. I urge every woman to happily embrace her own individuality. My dear women colleagues, anchor yourself to values and stand up for your rights. You are born to win, your Creator has endowed you with divine qualities of endurance, resilience and faith, which can move mountains. Follow your dreams, follow your heart and never give up.  Paulo Coelho has beautifully said, ‘When you really want something, all the universe conspires in helping you achieve it’. May the examples of the many past and present women bravehearts and pioneers inspire, motivate and energise you to do something significant in your area of expertise. In India, along with the government, there are various organisations and groups working to create an enabling and positive environment for women, so that they can fearlessly exercise their rights. These laudable efforts need to be appreciated and applauded. Let us all together translate the vision of empowering women to reality.

Grace Pinto
Managing Director
Ryan International Group of Institutions

Fun & patriotism at ITM University, Gurgaon as the varsity hosts Club Fiesta 2015 ‘I Love My Tiranga’ events

Most Graceful Mahila
Managing Director Madam Grace Pinto of Ryan Group of Institutions has been nominated as the National Secretary of the Mahila Morcha by the Bharatiya Janata Party.

Math Olympians
The students of Ryan Global School participated in the 8th SOF International Mathematics Olympiad. Pritha Ghosh (Grade 1), Sanchit Chhamunya (Grade 2) and Raghav Dudeja (Grade 3) won Gold medals. School Head Ms. Andrea Martin felicitated the Winners and encouraged the students to excel in the various competitions.

TMS Sports Day
‘All work and no play doesn’t just make Jack and Jill dull, it kills the potential of discovery, mastery and openness to change and flexibility, and it hinders innovation and invention’.
At The Millennium School (TMS), Sports are emphasised on a regular basis. Children play Cricket, Badminton, Basketball, Swimming, Football and indoor games like Table Tennis and Gymnastics. TMS, Gurgaon celebrated its Annual Sports Day recently. Parents came in large numbers, to encourage their wards as well as other contestants. The arrival of the Chief Guest Ms. Nuriya Ansari raised everyone’s spirits and added much charm to the occasion. Principal Mrs. Vineeta Mittal welcomed the Chief Guest and parents to the Sports Day and said that hard work, stamina, perseverance and endurance are some of the qualities that Sports help in developing. Important basic values can be imparted to a child during play. Winning is of course important, but participating with integrity is most important. Ms. Nuriya Ansari told the parents that they must encourage their children to play Sports regularly. She talked about how Sports helps in confidence building, which is very important, especially for girls. She said that while it’s important for children to focus on studies, they should also be motivated towards playing Sports, to stay healthy and fit. 
The Event began with the Pre-Primary children, who performed on different songs based on a ‘Flora and Fauna’ theme. Parents enjoyed the performances of their little ones and encouragingly applauded them. The Primary class children amazed the guests and parents with their different moves in Aerobics and Yoga activities – which are taught to promote physical fitness and to help prevent illnesses. Yoga asanas helps increase strength, flexibility and coordination, and also helps the children develop self-regulation and calmness. The Pre-Primary children then performed the Flower and Tree Race, The Hurdle Race and the Animal Race. The Primary classes performed the Relay with Ball, and Sack and Hurdle Race. ‘Age is no barrier. It’s a limitation you put on your mind’: therefore, aptly, the finale was a Tug of War between the parents and the staff of the School. All the proud winners were honoured by the Chief Guest with medals and trophies. 


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