Students and teachers of CAS (Creativity, Activity, Service) Club visited Parivartan Foundation, Gurukul, Ahmedabad, on 21st September 2022, to donate several items like stationery, clothes, toys, bags and other essential things. These items were collected by the students of CAS Club under the project of ‘Helping Hands’ to aid students who are underprivileged.
Moms’ at School of Pre Primary section was held on 21st September, 2022. The event started with prayer, brain gym and eurhythmy that gave them a small glimpse of how the child begins his day at school. This was followed with an interactive Parenting Session conducted by the Principal, Dr. Kavita Sharma. The workshop was taken up in order to guide parents to understand the child better and find a solution to solve the problems faced by them often.
JGIS conducted its Annual Inter House Quiz Contest on 16th September, 2022. The contest comprised different rounds like: Mixed Bag, Rapid Fire, Who or What Am I?, Visual Rounds etc. covering a wide variety of topics like History, Geography, Current Affairs, Science, Mathematics, English Language and Literature, Sports and Entertainment. RT House won the contest, AS House stood Second, JB House secured the Third Position and CS stood Fourth. The audience too got their share of questions which made the experience exciting for everyone.
In this modern age of nuclearization of families, grandparents provide much needed support, guidance, and wisdom. Grandparents are our heritage and an important part of our family. There exists an intimate bond of attachment between grandparents and grandchildren.
Dress up, helps children benefit their social and emotional development. Using their imagination as a starting point allows them to interact and engage with other children. By imagining themselves to be someone different, a child develops creativity.
Onam, the traditional festival of Kerala is celebrated with much enthusiasm by all the teachers of JGIS. The beauty of the festival lies in its secular fabric. Teachers of all religions, castes and communities celebrated the festival with equal joy and verve.
Day 1: It was the day of departure. Bags packed and energy refilled to the maximum. The students of IBDP boarded the train in the afternoon of 6th of September, 2022. 2:40 p.m. and got down to Tivim, a town in Goa the next morning at 10:00 a.m. The students then took a bus ride to get to the resort GOVEIA GRAND, CANDOLIM by noon. After taking a break; finally begun the sightseeing.
Teachers’ Day was celebrated on 5th September, 2022. The Principal, Dr. Kavita Sharma, Manager- Administration & HR, Ms. Rekha Anil and Manager - Parent Relations & Academics, Ms. Rema Nair attended the event. Students of classes V to XII also witnessed the programme.
This day welcomed the second session of the workshops conducted by Principal ma’am in our school. “Catch your ‘I’, be an eye catcher”- this was the leading line that paved way for a plethora of self-discovery.
On 2nd September 2022, class III went to Kamla Nehru Zoological Garden at 9:00 am. We went there with 5 teachers and 70 students by school bus. As a part of the unit “Adaptation to Food Habits”, we observed the feet, claws, beaks, and feathers of birds.
It was a unique experience for the students of JGIS, on 23rd August,2022. Unique, because we had the young and dynamic Lieutenant Commander, Pulkit Soni, ADC to the Governor of Gujarat, visit our school. He addressed the students on ‘The Armed Forces as a Career’, and held a very interesting interactive session with them. He briefed the young audience how a career in the Armed Forces is a lucrative and gratifying one.
As it is well said, “The greatness of a culture can be found in its festivals.”
India is a festival-rich nation. In India, numerous festivals are observed here. It seems like there is a festival every single week. Of all the festivals, Krishna Janmashtami is one of the few with a very high level of significance and importance.
The Independence Day of India is celebrated religiously throughout the country on the 15th of August every year. It holds tremendous ground in the list of national days since it reminds every Indian about the dawn of a new beginning, the beginning of an era of deliverance from the clutches of British colonialism of more than 200 years. It was on 15 th August, 1947, that India was declared independent from British colonialism, and the reins of control were handed over to the leaders of the country.
The 75th anniversary of India's independence will be celebrated this year on 15th August, 2022 to inspire pride and patriotism among all Indian citizens and to promote awareness about the Indian National Flag. Our Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, has initiated a number of campaigns, including "Har Ghar Tiranga," to celebrate and remember the history of India's progress under the ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’.