JG International School celebrated Navratri festival by organizing Garba night on 21st October, 2023. The enthralling event began by offering prayers to the Goddess Shakti followed by a brief introduction about the significance of the festival ‘Navratri’. The event proceeded and Aarti was performed by our Honorable chairman, Dr. M P Chandran, the trustees, managing committee members and other dignitaries.
Grandparents are a delightful blend of laughter, caring deeds, wonderful stories and love.
To shower love and respect towards the grandparents, The Preprimary celebrated Grandparents Day on 27th September, 2023.
A Photo Booth was put up in the auditorium. Grandparents had lovely time, getting clicked and creating memories.
Children welcomed the grandparents with tikka on their forehead and performed their aarti.
Students of JG International school celebrated ‘Ganesh Chaturthi’ with great pomp and festivity on 18th September, 2023. Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Ganesha, the son of Lord Shiva and Parvati. The festival is also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi or Ganeshotsav. A melodious song was sung in group praising the existence of Lord Ganesha. The students performed an obeisance dance on the most exuberant music and in colourful attire. The whole atmosphere was charged with festivity.
God could not be everywhere and therefore made mothers. No one can play the role that mothers play in the upbringing of children. To celebrate this role of mothers J G International School organized “Moms at School” on 13th September 2023.
It was the most awaited day for the students of JGIS to celebrate Teachers’ Day which marks the birth of the great teacher, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. The celebration began with the students wishing their teachers and seeking their blessings to excel in their lives. They presented different tags to all the teachers and admin staff to express their gratitude towards them and make their day special. Cultural programs were organized by the students who had put in lot of efforts to make the show a grand success.
Onam, the vibrant and culturally rich festival of Kerala, is one of the most significant and eagerly awaited celebrations in JG International School which was celebrated on 28th August, 2023. It is a time of immense joy and depicts classical example of unity amongst diversity. Onam is a harvest festival and a tribute to the mythical King Mahabali, who is believed to return to Kerala during this time. The festival showcases a blend of cultural and artistic traditions, making it a unique and unforgettable experience for teachers and students.
JG International School celebrated the 77th Independence Day of India with a series of impactful events. The occasion began with a warm welcome from the Principal, Dr. Kavita Sharma, setting the tone for the patriotic fervor that followed. The national flag was hoisted by Dr. M P Chandran, Chairman of the Asia Charitable Trust, as students of class VI to XII along with the attendees stood in unity, echoing the national anthem.
JG International School celebrated its 19th birthday on Wednesday, 21st June, 2023. The celebration began with the lighting of the lamp, which was followed by the JG Anthem and later, the school choir presented a melodious song.
JGIS believes that attendance is important and every day being at school matters a lot. To that end, students who achieved 100% attendance were conferred with awards. This year a teacher also was appreciated and awarded for her 100% attendance and dedication towards her work.
On 29th March, 2023, the school organized a farewell party for Batch 2022-23, which was a blend of mixed emotions. The event was held at 5:00 p.m. and was based on the theme of purple, pink, and silver, magnificently chosen by the XI Graders.
The party began with the presentation of corsages and boutonnieres to the seniors at the entrance by the XI Graders. The seniors were then presented with citations as a parting token of love from the school.
JG International School celebrated India’s 74th Republic Day, on 26th January, 2023 with immense patriotic fervour. The programme commenced with a welcome address by the Principal, Dr. Kavita Sharma. The Chairman, Dr. M.P. Chandran unfurled the National Flag, followed by the dignitaries joining in for the National Anthem. Students of classes VI and VII presented a melodious group song followed by two beautifully choreographed group dance presented by the students of classes VI, VII and VIII.
A ‘Blessing Ceremony’ for the students of classes X and XII [ISC], IGCSE, AS, A Level and
IBDP II was held on 16th January, 2023.
The ceremony began with a prayer song sung by the students of classes IV and V which was followed by speeches from the coordinators of various sections to encourage the students and bless them.
The ceremony ended with the Principal and the Chairman’s speech that inspired and guided students to do their best in the Board Examinations.
JG International school celebrated Sports Day on 7th January, 2023. Preparation and selection for the Sports Day had started a month ago. Classes III to XII had participated in various events like 50mtrs, 100mtrs, 200mtrs, long jump, high jump and the most hyped 'Relay' were the events for the day. There were some games for teachers and school D-staff as well.
On 16th December, 2022, Friday, Christmas Day Celebration was organised in the school’s auditorium for class I to VIII. The junior and the senior school’s choir sang melodious Christmas carol – ‘Beautiful Star of Bethlehem’ and ‘Carol of the Bells’ respectively. The carols added joy to the festive spirit of Christmas. As is the tradition, Santa Claus entertained the students and distributed toffees to them. Manya Shah, a student of IBDP II had dressed up as Santa.
In honor of Jawaharlal Nehru, who served as India's first prime minister, Children's Day is observed all over the country of India on 14th November, 2022. Childhood is the most wonderful time in a person's life, and if we want to make our nation great, we must do everything in our power to ensure that not a single child is left behind without an education.
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.