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Online Music Competition for Grandparents and Parents 
Sunday 17th May 2020.
JudgesRohan Pradhan music director and singer  : Rohan Shivalkar Film director producer writer animator  :  Anshuman Vichare actor and singer
Winners :  1st - Radha Shinde      2nd - Narayan Rampalli    Consolation prize -  Dananjay Keer and Chandrakant Ghagre  


Conducted by  Ms Radhika , 
Ms Hejal, Ms Alpa, Ms Rohini, Ms Avani ,Ms Vandana 

Daddy Cool MasterChef Competition
16
th  May, 2020
Prize Winners- 1st - Mr Sumit Shah ; 2nd - Mr. Pramod Parmar ; 3rd - Mr. Amit Jain ; Consolation - Mr. Deep Chedda




Feedback from the participants:
1) Mr Sumit Shah - Great efforts taken to organize such an event. I really enjoyed and learnt new skills. Thank you.
2) Mr Pramod Parmar - Thank you for organizing such an unique event. Benefits of lockdown.
3) Amit Jain - Thank you so much for organizing such an event and it became a special one for me as it was my wife's birthday. You made her day as this year I was not prepared with any gift. It was specially for her.
4) Deep Chedda - Thank you Principal ma'am & all the teachers for organizing such a lovely, healthy and friendly competition. We really enoyed a lot. Please do try our recipe at home.
Conducted by – Ms Mariette, Ms Donna & Ms Isha 


Online Art-Craft Competition for Parents 
 10th May, 2020 
Winners for the competition:
1st place - Sneha Koli - Mother of Yug Koli (Std-2)    ;  2nd place - Mandar Tari - Father of Gargi Tari (Std-1)    ;   3rd place - Seema Jain - Mother of Vivaan Jain (Std-3) 
                                                               




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Annual Concert 2019-20

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Fun Fiesta 

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Ecohistoria

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  Standard X Farewell

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 Dubai - A Dreamland 
  STAFF PICNIC 
   Walkathon
   Human Chain

Science – The power of Knowledge. (Primary Science Activity)

                                                                                                                                                                                    “Reason, observation, and experience; the holy trinity of science.” (Robert Green Ingersoll)
Everybody goes to school to extend their knowledge, but studying science helps kids understand the world. To emphasize, science can simply make you more intelligent. In addition to that, learning science can also inform children of all ages about what is going on in the world. Science offers the answers to various questions we ask out of curiosity, in our early years. For instance, how does it rain? How does our body function, and many more questions like this? With the knowledge of science, you learn to think logically and solve a problem. It is this problem-solving skill, which is learnt in the early years that have enables a person to solve problems. Communications, medicine, transportation, and almost everything you see around you are mainly present because individuals have used their knowledge of science to create real life applications. Similarly, in school we try to inculcate various activities for the children to understand the subject. Science allows students to explore their world and discover new things. It is an active subject, containing activities such as hands-on labs and experiments. We encourage them to make charts, models and collect data and represent their research data. This enables our students in understanding the basics of how certain devices work. It helps them develop ideas of their own and invent new technology. As Parents and teachers, we should nurture this curiosity and allow them to ask questions and develop the skills they need to answer those questions. Primary science helps pupils to: investigate problems. ... discover why science matters in the world. The know-how of the use of telescopes, microscopes, and other devices in the laboratory can help us examine objects and determine differences between them. Science helps you to learn how to make use of natural resources. It also teaches you how the lack of these resources affects living things, and how you can conserve these resources. Science also teaches us to recycle and reuse products and promote a greener environment. This knowledge is very essential to help save our planet for the future.  Almost everything that a person does, one requires a basic knowledge of science, and logical reasoning that is based on this subject. Science helps separate Fact from Fiction and creates an ability to make Informed Decisions When children learn science in school, they understand why not to take information for granted and just agree with it because somebody says so. We teach them to separate fact from fiction and examine multiple sources for the information they need. This is a skill that will serve them well throughout their lives and teach them how to think constructively for themselves. Then, as citizens, they can contribute more to the society in a positive and thoughtful way. -Ms Sonal Jalan 
 







26th January - Republic Day  & Investiture Ceremony 2019
This day has a very important role in our life . For the first time we get the opportunity to experience what it is to be a leader . As our principal quoted "a leader goes the way knows the and shows the way " I truely believe this too because it's we who now will learn the managerial skills which will help us immensely in life . Its now that the seeds of leadership have been planted deep in our personality. For the first time all the council members were made to walk the red carpet . This was the best thing a principal could ever do for the students . For the first time the enthusiasm was too much . The adrenaline in us couldn't control and this was by far the best day in my school life . Seeing my parents shed tears of joy filled my heart to the brim and it was never that the parents were allowed to see their children take over the responsibility they were striving for the entire year . I cannot express how grateful I am to Miss Caroline for just brightening this school with her beautiful shine and making it more like a family . This is my last year in school and I'm rest assured it's going to be the best one by far . After the investiture ceremony each house had their respective leader , vice leader as well as the core of the school was elected, that is the white house . This day holds great significance because the school is given in the hand of these 20 council members who manage all its affairs and make sure to keep up its head high in glory . By far this is the best investiture GREENLAWNS WORLI has ever had .



 MUNNAR TRIP STANDARD 10
The month of October brought in a fresh zeal as we geared up to take the students of Std 10 to Kerala. Kochi being our first halt as we enjoyed a scrumptious meal of everyone’s favourite Dominnos pizzas. We visited spectacular tea gardens and lush green forests of Munnar which is a town nestled in the Western Ghats mountain ranges. A hill station and former resort for the British Raj, it is surrounded by rolling hills dotted with tea plantations established in the late 19th century. Eravikulam National Park too was spectacular. A visit to the Tea Museum at the Nallathanni Estate brought in many opportunities to shop for flavoured varieties of tea including ‘ROSE TEA’ and different kinds of spices and handicrafts. The trip to the Backwaters and reservoirs at Mattupetty Dam along with the boat ride were equally enchanting. The beautiful Paradesi Synagogue is a splendid piece of architecture, The markets of Kochi were enchanting as we got lost in the different array of fragrant, strong spices, home made Jams, dry fruits and wooden pieces of cutlery.


Hyderabad Trip
5th to 8th Oct 2019
His holiness, the Dalai Lama once said: “Once a year, go someplace you’ve
never been before.” Those are truly powerful words and it is with that sentiment that our
Principal Ms. Caroline and teachers, in collaboration with Adventure Tours, organise
Educational Trips once a year for our students. Every year, Our Principal, teachers and
students visit one place of historical importance in India and the students get a glimpse
into the life, culture and rich history of famous cities in India. This year, a trip to ‘City of
Pearls’, Hyderabad, was organised.
Our journey commenced when we assembled at school on the evening of
Saturday, 5 th October 2019. We journeyed to Lokmanya Tilak Terminus (LTT), Kurla
and boarded the train for Hyderabad. Our night was spent aboard the train. The
children were too enthusiastic to sleep, so they entertained us with their
banter, games, songs and dances. In a moving train, their dances were quite amusing.
We reached Hyderabad at 11.30 am the following day and boarded buses to the hotel.
We visited the Nehru Zoological Park and we were thrilled to see the Asiatic
lion, Bengal tiger, Indian rhino, Indian elephants, deer, wolves and a variety of birds.
We were given a tour of the zoo in watch cars. It was a rare opportunity to view these
animals and birds from a very close range. It was magical to see a Bengal Tiger and the
Mighty Lion pace his domain, demonstrating an air of superiority. The zoo is extensive,
but it never tired the students as they gazed at these animals with wonder and awe.
Creativity is best when nurtured in the right direction. This was extremely
noticeable in the ‘Sudha Cars Museum’, which had a variety of extravagant cars on
display. We were able to see cars designed as a burger, stiletto, cake, space rocket,
Formula One car, handbag and not to mention, a giant bike. Sudha Cars Museum is the
ideal place for all car-lovers and our children were truly fascinated during their visit to
the museum.
We also had a unique experience of walking through the dark, fortified
remains of the Golconda Fort at night to watch the ‘Light and Sound Show’. The show
highlighted the history of this magnificent past of the powerful Golconda kings. It truly
gave us insight into the supremacy of the Golconda rulers and the important legacy
they have left behind.
The icing on the cake was our trip to Ramoji Film City. The day was filled with
intriguing sights that kept getting better with each passing moment. Our experience at
the Film City began with a tour of the sets as the tour guide explained the history and
importance of each set. We were lucky to see sets like the Cellular Jail, London Street,
a typical Indian village and the mighty Bahubali set. There were several shows that
captivated our attention like the Old Wild West stunt show, the L.E.D performance,
and a dance show. It was a truly eventful day at Ramoji Film City. The day culminated
with a cruise on the Hussain Sagar Lake that gave us a glimpse of the majestic Buddha
Statue in the centre of the lake. The host also explained to us the significance of the
lake and its importance in Hyderabad. The students were entertained by a few dance
performances. They also joined in the dancing as they swayed to the beats of the
music. It was only evitable that the evening would end with a DJ night at the hotel.
The students also had the experience of playing with snow in the hot and
humid city of Hyderabad when they visited ‘Snow World’. They thoroughly enjoyed
themselves, throwing snowballs at each other and experiencing a ‘Winter Wonderland’.
Every journey has to have an end and ours ended on Tuesday, 8 th October
2019. We returned to Mumbai by flight. The students were extremely disappointed that
our trip ended so soon, but they returned home with an eagerness towards the next
one, the following year. Educational trips are important as they motivate children to
learn about the diverse cultures that India possesses. They understand the need to
preserve these cultures and the beauty each place holds. They learn the important
values of looking after their own well-being and ensuring that they become responsible
human beings.

His holiness, the Dalai Lama once said: “Once a year, go someplace you’ve never been before.” Those are truly powerful words and it is with that sentiment that our Principal Ms. Caroline and teachers, in collaboration with Adventure Tours, organise Educational Trips once a year for our students. Every year, Our Principal, teachers andstudents visit one place of historical importance in India and the students get a glimpse into the life, culture and rich history of famous cities in India. This year, a trip to ‘City of Pearls’, Hyderabad, was organised. Our journey commenced when we assembled at school on the evening of Saturday, 5 th October 2019. We journeyed to Lokmanya Tilak Terminus (LTT), Kurla and boarded the train for Hyderabad. Our night was spent aboard the train. The children were too enthusiastic to sleep, so they entertained us with their banter, games, songs and dances. In a moving train, their dances were quite amusing. We reached Hyderabad at 11.30 am the following day and boarded buses to the hotel. We visited the Nehru Zoological Park and we were thrilled to see the Asiatic lion, Bengal tiger, Indian rhino, Indian elephants, deer, wolves and a variety of birds. We were given a tour of the zoo in watch cars. It was a rare opportunity to view these animals and birds from a very close range. It was magical to see a Bengal Tiger and the Mighty Lion pace his domain, demonstrating an air of superiority. The zoo is extensive, but it never tired the students as they gazed at these animals with wonder and awe. Creativity is best when nurtured in the right direction. This was extremely noticeable in the ‘Sudha Cars Museum’, which had a variety of extravagant cars on display. We were able to see cars designed as a burger, stiletto, cake, space rocket, Formula One car, handbag and not to mention, a giant bike. Sudha Cars Museum is the ideal place for all car-lovers and our children were truly fascinated during their visit to the museum. We also had a unique experience of walking through the dark, fortified remains of the Golconda Fort at night to watch the ‘Light and Sound Show’. The show highlighted the history of this magnificent past of the powerful Golconda kings. It truly gave us insight into the supremacy of the Golconda rulers and the important legacy they have left behind. The icing on the cake was our trip to Ramoji Film City. The day was filled with intriguing sights that kept getting better with each passing moment. Our experience at the Film City began with a tour of the sets as the tour guide explained the history and importance of each set. We were lucky to see sets like the Cellular Jail, London Street, a typical Indian village and the mighty Bahubali set. There were several shows that captivated our attention like the Old Wild West stunt show, the L.E.D performance, and a dance show. It was a truly eventful day at Ramoji Film City. The day culminated with a cruise on the Hussain Sagar Lake that gave us a glimpse of the majestic Buddha Statue in the centre of the lake. The host also explained to us the significance of the lake and its importance in Hyderabad. The students were entertained by a few dance performances. They also joined in the dancing as they swayed to the beats of the music. It was only evitable that the evening would end with a DJ night at the hotel. The students also had the experience of playing with snow in the hot and humid city of Hyderabad when they visited ‘Snow World’. They thoroughly enjoyed themselves, throwing snowballs at each other and experiencing a ‘Winter Wonderland’. Every journey has to have an end and ours ended on Tuesday, 8 th October 2019. We returned to Mumbai by flight. The students were extremely disappointed that our trip ended so soon, but they returned home with an eagerness towards the next one, the following year. Educational trips are important as they motivate children to learn about the diverse cultures that India possesses. They understand the need to
preserve these cultures and the beauty each place holds. They learn the important values of looking after their own well-being and ensuring that they become responsible human beings.


ART EXHIBITION
10th December 2019
The students of Greenlawns school, Worli held an Art exhibition as the norm was every year, but this year was exceptional as the students were immensely talented and skilled in this field. The senior students of Std IX and X completed this uphill task under the proficient guidance of their Art teacher, Mrs Alpa Shah, who has a flair for paintings and Oil ; Acrylic on Canvas, as she is an accomplished artiste herself. The exhibition was inaugurated by our Principal, Ms Caroline Vaz. The exhibits were very colourful, this added beauty and charm to the room as they suddenly lit up the bland room with their stunning art pieces. The students were inflamed and fired to display their hard work after 2 years of toil. Their creativity was much appreciated by Ms Caroline and our revered trustees Ms Minal Shah and Sir Tushar Gandhi. They were highly impressed by this unique display of their dexterity. The trustees honoured us with their presence and the children felt motivated and encouraged to see them.This for everyone was truly a memorable day. 

26th November as Constitution Day 
The Government of India declared 26 November as Constitution Day on 19 November 2015 by a gazette notification. The Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi made the declaration on 11 October 2015 while laying the foundation stone of the B. R. Ambedkar's Statue of Equality memorial in Mumbai.The year of 2015 was the 125th birth anniversary of Ambedkar, who had chaired the drafting committee of the Constituent Assembly and played a pivotal role in the drafting of the constitution.Previously this day was celebrated as Law Day.26 November was chosen to spread the importance of the constitution and to spread thoughts and ideas of Ambedkar. In our school we had celebrated this event wit great pomp with Jigar Mehta who enacted as Babasaheb. The children had an drawn pictures and made chats which were been displayed in the entire school. Articles were been by Ms Arlene and the students. Our Pledge was been read in the assembly and the entire school was made aware about the importance of our Constitution. This would not have been possible without the valuable guidance of our ever enthusiastic principal Ms Caroline Vaz. view photos

Picnic - At Funshala
The children of the Pre primary section ,Standard 1 and 2 enjoyed themselves at Funshala at Byculla on 17th October 2019. It was a day full of fun and frolic at the soft play area, and at the trampoline section alongwith yummy lunch and snacks along the way. The children were excited and enthralled at the end of it and went back home with sweet memories. 
Everyone had a big smile on their faces indicating they had had a great time.

Karmaveer Diwas
13th October, 2019
As a token of appreciation on 13th October, 2019 to felicitate our auxiliary staff, the Principal Ms Caroline as well as the entire team of teachers and the office staff put up an incredible programme to show them our appreciation and gratitude for the service they have given us over the years. The entire ground floor as well as the hall was decorated with flowers and charts. The programme commenced with a speech given by our vivacious principal Ms.Caroline Vaz. The words spoken by her touched each and every Auxiliary staff immensely. We then played a series of games comprising of housie, musical chairs, four corners and Hoggers Paradise {Wherein a huge plate filled with goodies like Idlli, Biscuits, Poha, Chocolates, Sandwich and Wafers had to be eaten in two minutes. They all really enjoyed themselves. Winners were felicitated with a token of appreciation. No event is completed without a meal. So we had a widespread of delicacies for all of them. It was day for the Karmaveers of Greenlawns School, Worli and we all saw that it would be stamped in their memories forever. Teachers incharge: Ms Mariette Dias Ms Arlene Bhoi Ms Sonal Jalan Ms Donna Coelho view photos

Reading Day – Birth Anniversary of Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam was a visionary and his dream was to transform India into a developed nation. He encouraged every citizen to embrace the myriad opportunities that came our way which would enable us to reach our goals. Dr. Kalam always stressed on the need of education. He once famously said, “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”. He believed that education could help the country win over poverty. He always stressed on the importance of reading. According to Dr. Kalam, reading helped us to imagine, broaden our thinking, thereby helping us to visualise and invent.On 15th October 2019, in order to commemorate the auspicious birth anniversary of the great visionary that was Dr. Kalam, the students spent some time reading novels, biographies, newspapers or any book of their choice. The students enjoyed their time reading as it brought a change from their routine timetable. Some of them were even motivated to
complete reading the book they had started reading during their reading time in school. 

Teachers' Day 2019-20
Greenlawns School, Worli celebrated Teacher’s Day with zeal and zest on September 5, 2019. our school gave a grand reception to the respected teachers on the occasion of Teachers’ Day, the birthday of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan’s. There was an unusual excitement in the schools atmosphere which was quite contagious. The students of classes X took over the duties of the teachers for the day. They put tikka and showered flowers on the teachers as soon as they entered the school and also sang songs for them. A special morning assembly was held in which the students paid homage to their teachers through poems, dance performances and speeches. The teachers felt that this programme was a treat to watch. The Principal, Ms Caroline, addressing the entire school, lauded the entire staff for their exemplary contribution to the school’s phenomenal success. There was a special celebration for teachers which included games with many prizes followed by a grand lunch given by the management. The Principal, Ms Caroline appreciated the sincerest efforts of the teachers in playing a catalytic role in the holistic development of every student. Teachers in Charge - Ms. Arlene Ms. Sonal.

THE PERFECT 32 (Dental Checkup)
Our Principal, Ms Caroline Vaz never tires of displaying her benevolent ways, on one such occasion she organized a free Dental Check Up on the 8 of August 2019, by Dr. Ashmi  for the entire lot of 400 students and staff. This included the support staff too. Each of these students and staff was given a thorough dental check and tips to maintain Oral hygiene. They were given a small gift of a tooth brush each.The doctors advised the students how they could avoid eating sugary foods that could cause cavity, for those that have the sweet tooth, it could lead to obesity too and many other complications.This way children learn to be cautious and mindful of what they eat, how they must avoid the bad breath and the importance of brushing in the right manner, at least twice a day. view photos

Guru Poornima 
13th October, 2019
Guru Poornima is an Indian festival that is celebrated as per the Hindu Moon Sign calendar to express reverence towards your Guru, your teacher or mentors. It falls on the day of the full moon or Poornima of Ashadh month. Tthe word Guru has been derived from two parts -Gu that means darkness and Ru that is the antidote to the darkness. Naturally, the word Guru implies someone who takes us away from the darkness of ignorance to the light of knowledge. This assembly was commenced in the presence of our dear Principal, Ms. Caroline Vaz and all the teachers of Greenlawns School, Worli in the School hall on Tuesday, 16 th July, 2019 Gurur Brahma Gurur Vishnu, Gurur devo Maheshwarah | Guruh sakshat parabrahma, tasmai shrigurave namah || Meaning - Realize that the Guru is Brahma Himself. He is Vishnu and he is also Shiva (Maheshwar). Guru is Parabrahma (Supreme God or the Absolute Truth). With this knowledge, I (salute) offer my obeisance to the Guru. Assembly began with the chanting of the above shloka by all the students present at the assembly for all the Gurus in school. Our Principal, Ms Caroline made students understand the Respect, Value and love for the teachers through her motivational words. Followed by the speech in English by Ms.Reema Wagh and speech in Hindi by Ms. Rohini Kamble. Assembly concluded with the beautiful poem wriiten by Ms. Vandana Mishra and thanks giving to all the Gurus in School by our Head boy and Head girl. It is the 1 st time ever Guru Poornima was celebrated on such a large scale at Greenlawns School, Worli where all the teachers from all the sections were present to bless all the children under the guidance and support of our dear principal, Ms. Caroline Vaz. Teachers In-charge:Ms. Reema Wagh Ms. Rohini Kamble

 

A Visit to the Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N

Marvel’s Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N., an immersive exhibit and retail venue opened in Mumbai on 19th September 2019 at Universal Square, High Street Phoenix, Lower Parel. The exhibit was opened to all age groups. The exhibit featured authenticprops from the movies, special effects and equipment such as Captain America’s uniform and shield, Bruce Banner’s laboratory, Hawkeye and Black Widow’s suits and gear, Iron Man’s suits, The Hulkbuster armour, Thor’s hammer and so on. Our School planned a trip to the Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N on 17 th October 2019. Thestudents from standard 3 to standard 9 were taken for this trip. The children enjoyed themselves as they got a chance to see the suits and special equipment of their favourite super heroes. The guide guided them through with information about thedifferent suits, materials used to make them and so on. The children got a chance toget their hands on Thor’s hammer as well as on some VR and AR Avengers-themedgames. The children enjoyed themselves and went home with sweet memories. view photos

Children’s Day

With the guidance and mentoring of our Principal this year we celebrated Children’s Day with a difference. On Friday, 15 th November 2019 we organized different visits for different classes, where children from Std 9 and 10 visited the Old Aged Home at Andheri where the children put up dances and played some old time Hindi and English songs. They spoke to the inmates of the place and before leaving the inmates sang a song and said a few words of thanks The day didn’t end there our primary section along with Std 6 entertained and shared a meal with the St Anthony’s orphanage kids who were accompanied by their teachers. Each child was given a take away before leaving. The hospitality received from our kids was appreciated with those warm smiles that they gave on their way out. Our visit to Our Lady’s Home was another learning experience for our children where the Rector told them that these children who are there are not so lucky as they are and then took us around to see their study hall, dormitory and their dining hall. It was amazing that our little kids of std 1 understood the difference. Our children from pre-primary, primary and secondary gave generously different basic necessities like talcum powder, tooth brush, tooth paste, soaps, cream, shampoo, biscuits, towel, bed sheets etc. Our kids learnt that ‘Service before Self’ is important and three cheers to them for this wonderful celebration. HAPPY CHILDREN’S DAY TO GSW KIDS 2019 -2020 -Ms Mariette, Ms Vandana, Sir Rajendra, Ms Sonal, Ms Isha & Ms Donna


15th August - Independence Day & Raksha Bandhan Celebrations

This academic year of 2019; on the auspicious occasion of Independence Day and Raksha Bandhan we at Greenlawns School, Worli decided to do things differently under the guidance of our Principal, Ms Caroline Vaz. Our children made cards and ‘Rakhis’ for our soldiers posted at the border, guarding our sacred land. This was done in order to inculcate the values of respect, love, empathy, happiness, a sense of gratitude and patriotism our children. This was also important as we made them realize that soldiers of the army have a very tough life. They do not celebrate festivals with loved ones the way we do. The children displayed immense skill and unique ideas while making these cards. Teacher in Charge : Mrs Alpa Shah view photos


Grandparents’ Day (2019-20)

“Grandparents are a delightful blend of laughter, caring deeds, wonderful stories and Love. They fill our hearts with love, touch our souls and leave an irreplaceable impression on our lives.” As a tribute to the uncountable sacrifices made by ourgrandparents, our school organised the Grandparents’ Day celebration for the grandparents of the students of Standard One on Thursday, 18 th July 2019. The celebration commenced by welcoming the grandparents who arrived dressed in their Sunday best. The students of Standard One performed a song and dance for their grandparents. This truly brought joy to the faces of many grandparents while some of them were teary eyed too. The teachers also conducted several gamesfor the grandparents. Some of the games included Housie, Musical Chairs and ‘Bombing the Saas, Sasur, Bahu or Damaad’. A few grandparents also joked about who their favourite bahu or damaad was. The grandparents were energetic and left no stone unturned in trying to win every game. All the winners were awarded with wonderful prizes. The students of Standard One also served a few refreshments to their grandparents. The greatest result of the Grandparents’ Day celebration was the fact that the grandparents were given the opportunity to spend some quality time with their grandchildren in school. The day’s events filled the grandparents with abundant happiness and joy and it depicted the strong bond that all the grandparents shared with their grandchildren. It was a truly wonderful sight to see all the grandparents fuss overtheir grandchildren and shower them with endless love when the celebration was over. Our grandparents truly are the backbone of our household and it is only vital that we acknowledge their importance every day. -Ms. Meeta Purav Ms. Reema Wagh Ms. Gretel D’mello view photos 

Support Staff Birthday Celebration

 

Our thoughtful Principal, Miss Caroline has ushered in a new trend which was a pleasant surprise to many. The Principal decided to celebrate the birthdays of the peons too. This gesture was truly appreciated and acknowledged by all of them. Never before in their years of service have they felt so special and loved. They were moved beyond words and this helped everyone to bond well. Thank You Miss Caroline.  

 


 

 National Education Day 
11th November 2019

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