The most awaited event after two years, the 3rd edition of JGIS Lit Fest began with the lighting of the lamp by our Chairman Dr. M.P. Chandran. The novel Charlie and The Great Glass Elevator was introduced in the form of a TV show performed by Rudraksh Paitandi, Naisha Patel, and Advait Anandharaman, which was a brilliant opening of the event by them.
On 7th February 2023, children of class V had an opportunity to connect with the historical moments of India through a visit to Gandhi Ashram- housing memorials of the father of the Nation- Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi famously known as Mahatma Gandhi.
“Storytelling is the most powerful way to put ideas into the world”. Students of class I presented the novel “The Great Storyteller” on 7th February 2023. Students showcased their talents through dance and drama, focusing on the importance of storytellers in everyone’s lives. Stories restore imagination and instill hope again and again.
Ms. Anuja Amin was the chief guest for the day.
Literature Festival for Class II was held on 3rd February, 2023. Book for the day was “Alice in Wonderland” by Lewis Carroll. It is one of the most significant provocative works in world literature. Class II students did full justice to the novel and were able to take the audience to an entirely magical realm. The auditorium was resonating with thunderous applause. Guest for the day Ms. Sangeeta shared her life experiences. Honorable Chairman Dr. M. P. Chandran appreciated and blessed the students and teacher for their hard work.
After an interlude of nearly two years, J G International School is back with Lit fest 2022–23, where students of class I-VIII present the book they read during the academic year.
The 7th day of the Lit Fest at JG International School commenced by welcoming the parents and the Chief Guest of the day - Mr. Umashanker Yadav, the founder director of the Ahmedabad International Literature Festival founded in 2016, the Chairman, Dr M.P. Chandran, Ms Uma Oza and the Principal, Dr Kavita Sharma. The anchors of the day, Chaarvi Jain, Drishya Vaidya and Ahana Paul initiated the Fest by introducing the plays and interacting with the audience.
For ages, sports have been viewed as a way to stay healthy and fit, but it goes beyond that. Now a days, sports is essential for students' overall growth and development. Playing various sports helps them teach life skills such as teamwork, leadership, accountability, patience, and self-confidence and prepares them to face life challenges.
On the 14th of February, 2023, we went on a field trip to Ghuma. It is an open area with replicas of statues, old buildings, civilizations and much more. We left at 9:33 a.m. by bus. It took approximately 40 minutes to go from our school to Ghuma.
Students of class II visited Traffic Park, Ahmedabad on 17th February,2023 as a part of POI unit “Communication”. They explored the “Traffic Park” and were able to use their knowledge and identify the signage. They interacted with the guide of the park and gathered information related to the same. Students followed the signage and enjoyed riding the bicycle. It was a wonderful experience for students.
The school Nutritionist, Ms. Poonam Vaswani took a session on diet and health with students of classes IX and XI on 3rd February, 2023
The session covered types of nutrients and critical functions of food (especially growth needs), balanced diet and healthy plate – with a focus on how to mentally divide the plate while serving vegetables, cereals and proteins during major meals.
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