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Creative  Videos By GSW
Greenlawns Worli blooms with creativity! 
The COVID 19 - lockdown was used as a opportunity to encourage the creative talents of our teachers and students.
A unique bond was created between the teachers, the students and the parents. 
GSW TEACHERS - https://youtu.be/dg0sz764Y3Q  

STD 1 - https://youtu.be/a2ruIFh9cxM    STD 2 - https://youtu.be/whRQif3d3pk   STD 3 - https://youtu.be/7jk6CYZZgoM    STD 4 -https://youtu.be/KxUatM6t7Z  STD 5 - https://youtu.be/_jESx27PRqU 
                                      
 STD 7 - https://youtu.be/bdRsLfCfGow   STD 8 - https://youtu.be/cf-EPPgA9BI   STD 9 - https://youtu.be/438qRuX6VAs  STD 10 - https://youtu.be/7bovE3diLBs 

A Prayer from the Heart - https://youtu.be/JL_NgNM_TN4
MUSIC STUDENTS - https://youtu.be/hzwL-RNfZk8    
ART STUDENTS - https://youtu.be/45uTO_RrENI
DANCE STUDENTS - https://youtu.be/7Fe6L6Fh9RsM   
PRAISES RECIEVED FROM  PRINCIPALS ACROSS

   

The Motivational Dancing Tale (Dance Video)
Since the world changed overnight due to COVID -19, teachers have constantly been
missing and working out ways to be with children. Our Principal, Ms. Caroline Vaz came
up with an innovative idea and discussed with me the idea to release a dance video. My
joy knew no bound as I was given an opportunity to once again do something that has
always been my passion. After the conversation with Ms Caroline, I just could think
about, “Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass… it is learning to dance in the rain.”
For me this opportunity came as a blessing in the storm.
I had too many ideas in my head and I could faintly see the video playing in my mind.
The task was to make the faintly picture turn to a vivid picture. Without wasting any time
I conducted a Zoom meeting with the dance children from Std 7 to Std 10. They were
wondering how we would release the video without meeting, practicing and most
importantly synchronize the formation. After the brainstorming session with the children
I discussed with them what I had in mind. The discussion led to a mixed bag of ideas
from everyone and the faintly painted picture started turning into a vividly, colourful
picture. I assigned a time slot to each child to personally select the space and show me
on video calling that would be their stage for a few days to perform. Once the space
was finalized we were ready with the song. The challenging bit to it was to meet online
at a time which would be feasible to everyone. Soon I realized “It’s all about finding the
calm in the chaos.”
I started practicing with one child at a time online. Individual part was choreographed
and ready. The mammoth task was to bring the act together and arranging it in
sequence. After long hours of hard work and sleepless nights the video was ready. We
named it “The Motivational Dancing Tale. I had butterflies in my stomach when it was
time to show the video to Ms Caroline. She loved the video and said it was marvelous
and prosfessional job done. She suggested the video should be uploaded on YouTube.
It was shared with the teachers and then with the parents. I was soon flooded with calls
and messages from teachers, children who felt they too wanted to be a part of the video
and parents. I was overwhelmed with the response.
“In the midst of chaos, there is also an opportunity”. Ms. Caroline shared with me how
the work was not only loved but admired by many Principals of esteemed schools.
I personally would like to extend my gratitude to the Trustees of our school for making
me believe that “the sky is the limits” and for having the immense trust and faith in me
and my work.
I would also like to thank Ms. Caroline for being a shining light in the time of dark clouds
hovered above us during this pandemic. She made me believe that no disaster in the
world can stop a teacher from connecting the children.
My heartfelt thank you to the parents for their support and last but not the least my
children without whom this video would just be a plain, simple idea and imagination.
They turned it into the reality of colours and movement to my thoughts ideas and
imagination.
- Ms. Reema Wagh
The Motivational Dancing Tale (Dance Video)- Since the world changed overnight due to COVID -19, teachers have constantly been missing and working out ways to be with children. Our Principal, Ms. Caroline Vaz came up with an innovative idea and discussed with me the idea to release a dance video. My joy knew no bound as I was given an opportunity to once again do something that has always been my passion. After the conversation with Ms Caroline, I just could think about, “Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass… it is learning to dance in the rain.” For me this opportunity came as a blessing in the storm. I had too many ideas in my head and I could faintly see the video playing in my mind. The task was to make the faintly picture turn to a vivid picture. Without wasting any time I conducted a Zoom meeting with the dance children from Std 7 to Std 10. They were wondering how we would release the video without meeting, practicing and most importantly synchronize the formation. After the brainstorming session with the children I discussed with them what I had in mind. The discussion led to a mixed bag of ideas from everyone and the faintly painted picture started turning into a vividly, colourful picture. I assigned a time slot to each child to personally select the space and show me on video calling that would be their stage for a few days to perform. Once the space was finalized we were ready with the song. The challenging bit to it was to meet online at a time which would be feasible to everyone. Soon I realized “It’s all about finding the calm in the chaos.” I started practicing with one child at a time online. Individual part was choreographed and ready. The mammoth task was to bring the act together and arranging it in sequence. After long hours of hard work and sleepless nights the video was ready. We named it “The Motivational Dancing Tale. I had butterflies in my stomach when it was time to show the video to Ms Caroline. She loved the video and said it was marvelous and prosfessional job done. She suggested the video should be uploaded on YouTube. It was shared with the teachers and then with the parents. I was soon flooded with calls and messages from teachers, children who felt they too wanted to be a part of the video and parents. I was overwhelmed with the response. “In the midst of chaos, there is also an opportunity”. Ms. Caroline shared with me how the work was not only loved but admired by many Principals of esteemed schools. I personally would like to extend my gratitude to the Trustees of our school for making me believe that “the sky is the limits” and for having the immense trust and faith in me and my work. I would also like to thank Ms. Caroline for being a shining light in the time of dark clouds hovered above us during this pandemic. She made me believe that no disaster in the world can stop a teacher from connecting the children. My heartfelt thank you to the parents for their support and last but not the least my children without whom this video would just be a plain, simple idea and imagination. They turned it into the reality of colours and movement to my thoughts ideas and imagination. - Ms. Reema Wagh .

* VIHAAN JAIN and HIS FAMILY -https://youtu.be/mkLZmkQ1BYw 
 In these unprecedented times,our Doctors, Soldiers, Teachers and several such people are doing a herculean task of serving our community. So I and my family wanted to Applaud and Stand up for these WARRIORS who are at risk and working tirelessly without even thinking about their own families so that we all stay safe. SHOUT OUT TO THESE REAL HEROES. They deserve to be appreciated & RESPECTED. 

* Swasti Kadam STD 5  Art Display - 
https://youtu.be/C18js8f-SwI