The Cultural Club

The Cultural Club was established with an aim to focus on enhancing the knowledge of the students about the different cultures and traditions in the country. It was truly evident that there was a great potential for creative acumen amongst the students. The club conducted innovative activities on various religious and diverse cultural aspects of India as well as the lost freedom fighters of India. The teachers noticed that the students displayed their best efforts while discussing about the diverse cultural aspects of the country. Various festivals like Makarsankranti, Independence Day, Diwali and Christmas were celebrated by the students by displaying kites and colourful charts. The children dressed up in traditional clothes and brought festival sweets to give the occasion a religious touch. It also laid out a blueprint of the future prospects of the students’ budding talents. This achievement evidently and expectedly demonstrated that the Club could go wherever the visions and energies of its members could take it, especially towards the full spirit of celebration.

Ms. Arlene Bhoi
Ms. Rohini Kamble

The Young Writers’ Club

The Young Writer’s Club is a creative club that helps the students to identify and enhance their innate qualities as authors or poets. The potentials of the students are enhanced and developed outside the four corners of the classroom. The teachers not only supervised activities but also guided the students according to their skills. The students worked productively in every field like writing poems, sharing their views on various social issues and writing about the importance of art. These articles eventually found their way to the club’s magazine tilted ‘KINDLE’, which was published twice in the year. The club received a good response and has the potential to achieve the goal of creating good writers, poets, artists, news reporters and spokespersons

Ms. Archana Ahire
Ms. Bipasha Kumar
Ms. Vandana Mishra

The Home Science Club

The Home Science Club carried out activities to help children deal with situations in their home environment. During the course of the year, the children were encouraged to participate in the various activities, some of them being:

  1. To prepare a floor plan of the ‘House of Your Dreams’
  2. To fold a napkin and use the napkin to set an elegant dinner table.
  3. To prepare a gift for your sibling on the occasion of Raksha Bandhan.
  4. To make Christmas decorations for your home.
  5. Learning to mend small things at home. (school bag, earring, torn books etc.)
These activities were meant to make children more self-sufficient and independent by enabling children to take care of their daily needs without too much expenditure. The goal of the club was to bring children closer to the family by encouraging them to participate in household activities and not impose the entire onus of running a home onto their parents. The teachers hope that they have in their little way been able to bring some families closer due to these activities and the values inculcated by these activities, since family is the most important in the lives of little children.

Ms. Mariette Dias
Ms. Pradnya Parkar


The Interact Club

The Interact Club Greenlawns School, Worli [ICGSW] was initiated on 28th August, 2017. The aims of the club were achieved by the students of Classes 7, 8 and 9 under the guidance of Ms. Reema Wagh, Sir Rajendra Madipelli and Ms. Sonali Bane. The teachers enthusiastically conducted the following activities during the academic year 2017-18:

  1. The students painted pots and designed jewellery boxes and diyas. These articles were sold at an Exhibition conducted by the members of ICGSW at the Open House.
  2. The students also designed logos and Greeting Cards. The students shouldered their responsibility towards society by enthusiastically designing ‘No Honking’ stickers.
  3. The members of the ICGSW actively participated in the ‘Walkathon’ conducted by the Rotary Club.
  4. The students also participated in the Interschool Competition, ‘We are the World’ conducted by the Rotaract Club of H. R. College (RCHR).
  5. The students actively participated in the Interschool Competition, ‘Word War I’ conducted by the Rotaract Club of Jai Hind College (RCJC).
  6. The ICGSW also conducted activities like Pramerica, Crossword, and Windmill for the students of our school.
  7. The ICGSW actively participated in the ‘Joy of Giving’ which encouraged the students to collect toys for the underprivileged children as well as collect newspapers for a social cause.
The teachers are truly proud of the undying and eager efforts of the students. The teachers truly believe that our society will be in safe hands, if we only trust the endeavours of our students.

Ms. Reema Wagh
Ms. Sonali Bane
Sir. Rajendra Madipelli