JG International School celebrated Navratri festival by organizing Garba night on 1st October, 2022. The auspicious event began with offering prayers to the Goddess Shakti and with the introduction about the significance and meaning of the Prayer. Event progressed by performing Aarti by our Honorable chairman, Dr. M.P. Chandran. The trustees and other managing committee members too graced the occasion. Students, teachers, parents and support staff of JGIS also showed glimpses of traditional moves of garba.
The Inter-House Quiz competition for Juniors (V-VIII) was conducted on 7th October, 2022. The four houses had selected three contestants from their individual houses. A lottery was done to allot tables to each house to ensure fair play. There were nine rounds in all.
Jagdish Chandra Bose House was the winner, followed by Amartya Sen House in the second position, Rabindranath Tagore House in the third and Chandrashekhar House in the fourth position.
Milky swans, clucky chicken, or even a slithering snake, brings the delight on a child’s face, especially when they interact with them. However, there is much more to children and animal interactions, than meets the eye. When children have opportunities to spend time with animals, it’s about much more than just stimulating their senses. Yes, they love furry cuddles and experiencing the different ways that animals look, eat, move, sound and feel.
The students of Grade II went for 2 days and 1 night educational trip to “Dev’s Camp” near Vadodara. They started their journey on 13th October, 2022 early morning. They went by bus and the excitement and fun began by singing and dancing in the bus. They had their breakfast in the bus. After a journey of 3 and a half hours they reached the destination “Dev’s Camp”. It is an ecological and adventure park for nature lovers.
A fun filled adventure camp was organized at Orsang Resort near Vadodara on 13th and 14th October, 2022 for the students of Class III. The children had a variety of challenging and exciting activities. They did various adventurous activities like Zip Line, Flying Fox, Swing Jump, Burma Bridge, Hanging Zag, Rope Walk, Tyre Walk and Commando Net. These activities helped to strengthen teamwork and gave them a sense of personal accomplishment. It helps to boost their confidence and learn to manage their tasks independently. They had an amazing campfire experience too.
On 10th October, 2022, 47 students of Class VI with 4 teachers and 2 members of ANALA
GROUP went for a trip to Ranthambore with an aim that children will learn to be independent and learn new things. We left from Ahmedabad on 10th October at 7:30 p.m. by train and reached
School camps are essential for any student to enforce experiential and contextual learning. They can make real connections with the world. These trips expose students to different life experiences, places and lifestyles of people around them.