Celebration

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“True happiness involves the full use of one’s power and talents.” John W. Gardner
On the delightful morning of Saturday, February 24, 2024, the Synergy event commenced with boundless excitement and enthusiasm, led by our charming little ones from kindergarten.

Under the guidance of our esteemed Headmistress, the event opened with her heartfelt introductory note. Our tiny tots mesmerized the audience with their budding talents, beginning with a captivating welcome dance. The ambience was filled with warmth as the adorable performance unfolded, featuring a delightful story narrated by our affectionate Dadi and Dadu. The excitement soared with captivating dramas, melodious music, and lively dances, including the infectious rhythms of “1,2 cha cha cha” and the graceful fluttering of “Fly Fly Fly Like a Butterfly.” Laughter and joy echoed throughout the venue as our young performers captivated the audience. Amidst the cheers of proud parents, there was a moment of touching emotion during the performance, particularly with the poignant rendition of “Dance Na Kato Mujhe Dukhta Hai.”As the event drew to a close, our Headmistress Ms Deepali Sahi graciously extended her heartfelt gratitude to all attendees, expressing warm regards on behalf of the school community.

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“Education is not just about going to school and getting a degree. It’s about widening your knowledge and absorbing the truth about life.” – Shakuntala Devi

In a display of triumph and dedication, the Junior Annual Prize Distribution Ceremony for grades IV and V took place on 22 February, 2024, while students of grades I-III were honored on 23 February, 24.

The ceremony commenced with the recognition of the champions from the intra-class competitions. These remarkable individuals showcased their prowess in various domains. It was a moment of pride as they were lauded with certificates and trophies, basking in the glory of their achievements.

The Full Attendance Award is a prestigious recognition given to students who have shown remarkable dedication and commitment by attending every single day of the academic session without any absence.

Adding warmth to the occasion, the Sunshine Award was bestowed upon students who embodied the spirit of camaraderie and support, extending a helping hand to their peers in various endeavors throughout the year.

The event was further enriched by captivating song and dance performances by our talented students, igniting a sense of enthusiasm and pride among the audience.

A highlight of the ceremony was the presentation of the Leader in the Making Award, reserved for a Class V student who not only excelled academically but also displayed outstanding leadership qualities and achievements in co-curricular activities. This award served as a tribute to their perseverance and determination, qualities essential for aspiring leaders.

The prestigious prizes were conferred by the esteemed Senior Headmistress, Ms. Debjani Mitra, and Junior Headmistress, Ms. Deepali Sahi

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The school felicitated its students for their remarkable performance in the fields of academics, co-curricular activities and sports in the Annual Prize Distribution Ceremony on Tuesday, 6 February 2024. The event was graced by Mr. Gaurav Saini, SDM, Defence Colony, Delhi as the Chief Guest.

The prestigious Shanti Devi Sharda award was presented to the students, who worked tirelessly to take their respective houses to the top and the coveted Dr. H.Sen Award was conferred to the students, who proved themselves to be all-rounders. The students, who set an example for their peers by contributing to the clubs and societies actively and by attending the school without taking a single leave, were duly recognised and applauded. Due recognition was given to the students, who performed exceptionally well in the field of cultural activities. The members of the faculty and support staff were also honoured for their relentless service to the institution

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Unveiling Hellenic Horizons: A Spectacle of Greek Language Day Elegance.” Embarking on a linguistic odyssey, our school’s Greek Language Day resonated with the illustrious presence of Her Excellency Mrs. Aliki Koutsomitopoulou, the Ambassador of Greece in India, and Ms. Ismini Panagopoulou, the dynamic Head of Political and Cultural Department at the Embassy of Greece. A symphony of interactive and cheerful sessions unfolded, immersing us in the treasures of Greece, from its profound culture to enchanting mythology.

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The Republic Day assembly unfolded as a spectacular tapestry of patriotism, with students masterfully depicting the genesis of the Indian Constitution. Their performances. transported the audience back to the visionary deliberations that birthed our democratic framework. Transitioning seamlessly, the assembly depicted a vivid portrayal of the Republic Day parade. The students recreated the grandeur of the event, showcasing the vibrant cultural displays, and the awe-inspiring tableau representing India’s diverse states and cultures

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A Night of laughter, tears, and timeless memories for our Graduating Stars of Class XII. The farewell party for the Class XII students was a spirited affair, brimming with laughter, joy, and sentiments. A cherished chapter in the journey of the departing class, a blend of merriment and bittersweet farewells.

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The graduation ceremony, held on 20 January 2024 was a momentous occasion that brought together students, parents, teachers, and staff to commemorate the school journey of the graduating class. Dr. Indu Prakash Singh, a revered socialist and social worker graced the event as the Chief Guest and encouraged the students by sharing anecdotes from his life, which is directed at uplifting the society, especially, women and the homeless.

The evening was a fiesta, titled ‘Alankriti 24, with a spate of dance, music, and laughter as the students of Class XI impressed the audience with the showcasing of their vast repository of skills.

Like every year, this year too National Mathematics Day, was celebrated to mark the birthday of Sir Srinivasa Ramanujan on 22 December, 2023. Various activities were organized across classes I-XI, to celebrate the life of the Math genius.

Students from the Junior School enjoyed indulging in various activities like calendar reading, creating 3D shapes using clay and toothpicks, exploring symmetry and geometrical shapes in nature, creating pinhole camera, playing number and card tricks. A quiz on mathematical operations enriched the knowledge and the curiosity of the students and boosted their confidence and also enhanced observation and analytical skills of the students. Using paper cutting and folding, middle school students created mathematical patterns like tessellations and fractals eg: snowflake designs and 3D shapes to show rotational symmetry. Students from the Senior School used various resources to create and share unknown facts about Ramanujan’s life, mathematical brain teasers, patterns, math fun facts and puzzles based on logical reasoning.

The students’ zeal to learn new things and compete was explicitly showcased through their work and participation. It indeed was a great learning experience for all.

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The annual performing arts extravaganza, Samanjasya, hosted at School, presented an enchanting showcase of talents from students in classes I-V on 28 and 29 December, 2023.
Focused around the theme “Vasudhaivaya Kutumbakam” (The world is one family), the festival authentically embodied its essence, spotlighting a harmonious blend of skills honed by the students over the academic year.

The festival, much-awaited by students, parents, and faculty alike, provided a platform for the young performers to shine. The audience witnessed a spectrum of performances that not only highlighted the diverse talents of the students but also reflected their dedication and aptitude.

From dynamic dance sequences to harmonious musical and theatrical performances, every presentation showcased the students’ dedication and tireless efforts. The theme was intricately woven into every performance, emphasizing the importance of unity and global harmony.

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At Tagore International School, Christmas celebrations unfold like a symphony of joy, with vibrant decorations adorning every corner. The resonating Christmas spirit echoes through festive activities, from heartwarming performances to collaborative decorations. The essence of Christmas permeates every aspect, fostering a spirit of togetherness and festive cheer. Adding to the merriment, students from the Ananth Centre graced us as guests, treating everyone to a captivating dance performance. It was a fitting conclusion to a week filled with laughter, warmth, and the spirit of Christmas. 

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School hosted a dazzling Winter School Carnival on Saturday, December 16, 2023 from 10 am to 7 pm. The event, a vibrant tapestry of festivities, featured an array of mouth­ watering and sumptuous cuisines at the diverse food stalls. Students showcased their creativity with engaging game stalls, infusing the atmosphere with youthful exuberance. The carnival boasted thrilling rides catering to all age groups, adding an element of exhilaration. The highlight of the evening was the ‘Bhoot Bangla,’ a spooky yet fun- loving experience that captivated attendees. This well-organized extravaganza not only provided entertainment but also fostered a sense of community, making it a memorable celebration for students, parents, and staff alike.

Empowering Minds, Inspiring Hearts: Celebrating Constitution Day in School to Foster Pride, Unity, and Core Values.

 “Celebrating Constitution Day: Igniting Civic Passion and Unity “
 
Tagoreans commemorate the occasion of the Constitution Day by spreading awareness on the importance of the Indian Constitution and to acknowledge the contributions of its architect, Dr B R Ambedkar. Engaging panel discussions delved into the significance of constitutional principles, fostering a deeper understanding among students. Energetic dances creatively express the spirit of unity and diversity embedded in the constitution. Through various diverse activities, the celebration not only honored the constitution but also cultivated an informed and participative citizenry.
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“Brilliant Ideas Must be Tagged”, hosted school,  brought together students from renowned schools in Delhi-NCR, showcasing a spectrum of exceptional and innovative ideas. The event became a catalyst for positive change, as these young minds presented groundbreaking concepts that resonated with the audience. It celebrated the power of innovation, emphasizing that each idea deserves its unique tag. The competition fostered an environment where creativity flourished, leaving a lasting impact and inspiring a ripple effect of positive transformations in the educational landscape.

The Ramlila celebrations at our school were a spectacular display of cultural richness and tradition. Over the course of a week, students enthusiastically enacted all the significant “kaands” of the Ramayana, bringing to life the epic story of Lord Rama. The dedication and passion of the participants were truly commendable, as they delivered stellar performances.

The highlight of the event was the grand finale, where a towering effigy of Ravana was burnt in a symbolic and eco-friendly manner. The use of eco-friendly materials and practices in the effigy’s construction emphasized our school’s commitment to environmental sustainability. The Ramlila celebrations not only entertained but also imparted valuable lessons from the Ramayana, fostering a sense of unity and cultural pride among students and staff alike. It was a memorable and educational event that left a lasting impression on all who attended.

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This year’s German Day organized on 9 October emphasized German culture and the idea that “Cultures are not arbitrary, their existence is not due to their individuality but due to their interdependence“. Keeping this theme in mind the event comprised of a plethora of events such as dances, skits, music recitals, competitions, and a G20 meeting! There was the beauty of German folk culture, as well as elements from English, French, Sanskrit, and Hindi.. We were accompanied by Ms. Shilpa Sharma, a renowned language specialist at Goethe Institut New Delhi. She is a certified “Teacher’s Trainer” and her areas of interest lie in student-centered pedagogy, curriculum development, and teacher’s training. Her presence added a layer of expertise and wisdom to our event.

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१४ सितंबर २०२३ को स्कूल सभागार में हिंदी- संस्कृत दिवस समारोह का भव्य आयोजन किया गया। इस अवसर पर मुख्य अतिथि पी जी डी एवी कॉलेज में हिंदी विभाग के प्रोफेसर डॉ. हरीश अरोड़ा थे। उन्होंने कथा साहित्य से लेकर रचनात्मक लेखन और आलोचनात्मक लेखन तक विभिन्न विषयों पर 35 से अधिक पुस्तकें लिखी हैं। कार्यक्रम का आरंभ दीप प्रज्ज्वलन के साथ हुआ। ‘हिन्दी की कहानी हिन्दी की ज़ुबानी’ पर आधारित कार्यक्रम में छात्रों ने प्राचीन काल में संस्कृत भाषा के उद्भव से लेकर कालानुसार हिंदी भाषा का समाज पर प्रभाव और बदलाव,स्वतंत्रता संग्राम में योगदान को- कविता,गीत,नृत्य और नारों के रूप में दर्शाया। जहां एक तरफ़ अमीर खुसरो की पहेलियों ने छात्रों में कौतुहल और विनोद का संचार किया वही आधुनिक साहित्यकारों के परिचय ने दर्शकों को मंत्रमुग्ध कर दिया।

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Teachers’ Day was warmly embraced with enthusiasm and heartfelt appreciation from everyone. The event was organized by students of class XI, who put up an immersive and memorable show for their teachers, expressing their gratitude for them. The theme for the day was ‘Through the Decades,’ allowing a journey back in time to appreciate the enduring impact of teachers across different generations.

The celebration began with an assembly that featured a heartfelt musical performance expressing students’ gratitude for their beloved teachers, as well as a poem that touched upon the challenges teachers face and their unwavering dedication. After the assembly, the main event in the school auditorium showcased a range of performances by both students and teachers. It kicked off with a band performance, an exciting dance battle, followed by a delightful shayari segment. In addition, the students presented various dance performances.

Finally, the teachers took the stage, treating the audience to thrilling dance performances and engaging in a musical battle that playfully highlighted the humorous interactions between students and teachers.

Overall, the day was a memorable and entertaining one.

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Life is incomplete without sports……..
The National Sports Day celebrations, in TIS Eok, was a resounding success, fostering a sense of camaraderie, teamwork, and healthy competition among the students. It was a day filled with energy, enthusiasm, and a deep appreciation for the importance of sports in our lives, and we began it with the informative and interactive assembly! There were inter-class matches in hockey, football and tug-of-war! The day ended with the Inter class sports quiz for classes VI-VIII!

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The latest edition of Tagfest- the Annual Inter-School Art, Literary and Technology Festival for primary classes was hosted on Wednesday 23 August 2023. It was an unusual festival designed for the students of the primary wing, wherein students from several eminent schools participated in different events that helped in bringing forth their creativity and talent. The festival featured myriad events witnessing a flare of talent and innovation in each one. It was a unique platform for the students to interact with each other and display their vivid ideas and out of the box thinking.  With the theme & let’s enhance our Creativity,&  the day was an explosion of talent and imagination. From awe-inspiring art exhibitions to delectable culinary presentations,
spellbinding drama performances, and mind-blowing tech showcased, every moment was a testament to the power of creativity.
A distinguished panel of judges that included luminaries from the fields of art, technology and literature were invited to judge the various events. The esteemed guests had a rich experience in their respective genres and were a great source of motivation for the participants.

The Best School trophy was bagged by Air Force Bal Bharati School, Lodi Road

The school organized the Investiture Ceremony on Monday, 14 August 2023, in the school auditorium. The newly appointed members of the student council were officially invested with their powers and roles during the event. They took the responsibility of leading and fulfilling the tasks designated to them by the school. The school choir performed a patriotic song, igniting a sense of pride and love for our country.

The chief guest, Ms. Shikha Rai, an honorable Member of the Legislative Assembly of Delhi, administered the oath of office to the elected members. The cabinet members made a commitment to uphold the school’s regulations and vowed to maintain the school’s dignity while carrying out their duties with fairness. Ms. Shikha, in her address, highlighted the substantial real-world wisdom gained by the student council in their roles. She encouraged them to execute their responsibilities with unwavering honesty and equity. Furthermore, in recognition of the important occasion of Independence Day, she also cultivated a sense of national pride and patriotism among the audience with her speech.

The event concluded triumphantly, and the newly formed student council is fully prepared to embark on its efforts towards the betterment of the school!

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To commemorate the 77 th Independence Day, a weeklong celebration was organised in the school premises. Patriotic songs, dances, freedom run for students of Pre-primary kids, Art and craft and doodle art for students of class II and III were conducted. School celebrated NO DUSTBIN day on 14 August 2023.
The chief guest, Ms. Shikha Rai, an honorable Member of the Legislative Assembly of Delhi, unfurled the national flag. Ms. Shikha, in her address, highlighted the substantial real-world wisdom gained by the student. In recognition of the important occasion of Independence Day, she cultivated a sense of national pride and patriotism among the audience with her speech.

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“Sports do not build character, they reveal it”.

Keeping this in mind an Inclusive sports fest was organized for the students of the Roshni Society and Aaina Theatre Society of our school and the students from Ananth Centre on Thursday, 3 August 2023 in the school grounds .

The day started off with a speech by our esteemed guests, Ms. Mukta Thind . She is the national director of the organization development. Followed by the National skating trials organized by special Olympics Bharat. Special olympics Bharat is a federation that promotes inclusivity to the students who are intellectually disabled by doing unified events with the schools.

The day continued by playing various sports like bocce and basketball . Students of our school were required to choose a team and play all the games with inclusion. The event was all in all fun. All the students enjoyed it a lot and the event was a success in all.

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The school hosted the fourth edition of Polaroid: ‘Polaroid 4.0: Media Literacy Camp’ from Tuesday, 25 July to Thursday, 27 July, 2023. The festival, a collaborative event with PhotoNest, was meticulously arranged to foster and honor the artistic endeavors of young filmmakers, aspiring photographers, and graphic designers. In harmony with India’s hosting of the G20 summit, which emphasized the theme ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’ – celebrating the world as one family, Polaroid 4.0 embraced and exemplified this concept throughout its duration.

Over the course of three days, the school hosted eight events, participated in by schools across Delhi NCR. The events were Media Literacy Camp, Logo Designing, Music Album Art, Montage Making, Surprise Event, Chronomotion, Photography, and B-roll Making.

The school celebrated ‘Kargil Vijay Diwas’ to remember India’s war victory and to pay tribute to Kargil Martyrs who are the symbol of courage and sacrifice, bravery and valor and made the ultimate sacrifice for the country during the Kargil War in 1999 on 26 July, 2023. To commemorate Kargil Vijay Diwas, the students of classes IV and V sang patriotic songs and filled the entire atmosphere with patriotism. Jewel Nagpal of class IX D honoured the heroes with her heartfelt speech.

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Students of Tagore International School celebrated the National Day of France, better known as Bastille Day or Le quatorze juillet, commemorating the Storming of the Bastille (culmination of a violent revolution in France) on 14 July 1789.

The event started with a group song by the school choir followed by a short play and storytelling on the life of Napoleon Bonaparte, a heroic figure of France. The students further showcased their talents by presenting a mesmerizing group dance and a Masquerade of famous personalities of France. There was an exhibition of the posters and paintings made by the French students. A cooking workshop on French food was also conducted in the school.It was a great learning experience for all the students. Professor Kiran Chaudhry from J.N.U was the Chief Guest. She encouraged the students with her words of wisdom and appreciated their performance.

The students of Class IX were asked to carry out this activity in pairs on 18 July, 2023. They were informed about the activity a few days earlier in class. The topic was to celebrate the memory of Nelson Mandela as ‘The Anti-Apartheid Revolutionary’. The students designed a poster on this topic. They used A4 white paper and various colors, designs, and borders to make their presentation. This activity would be marked for internal assessment. They enjoyed carrying out the poster-making activity in the Social Science period. This activity helped students in their social understanding of South Africa, when the country was colonized by the Europeans. It also helped students to understand the sacrifices made by Nelson Mandela in helping South Africa in becoming a democratic country.

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Tagore International School, East of Kailash in association with the Rotary Club of Delhi Heights organised a cycle rally with the aim of raising awareness about two crucial causes: saving water and promoting organ donation. Our school was the venue partner for this event. The event brought together cycling enthusiasts, environmental activists, and supporters of the organ donation movement, all working together to create a positive impact on society.

The event saw the presence of eminent people like Khurafati Nitin from 92.7 Big FM, the District Governor of the Rotary Club Mr Jeetender Gupta and other members of the Rotary Club.The rally served as a powerful platform to educate the public about the importance of water conservation and the significance of organ donation in saving lives.

To commemorate International Yoga Day, the school organised a special Yoga Workshop on Wednesday, 21 June 2023. The event witnessed a rejuvenating yoga session led by Mr. Lalit Madan, a certified Yoga instructor and consultant Ayush Mantralaya, who guided us through a series of gentle asanas(postures), pranayama(breathing exercises) and relaxation techniques.

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The installation ceremony of the Interact Rotary Club at Tagore International School, East of Kailash on 17 May 2023 was a significant event. It marked the formation of a new club within the school under the sponsorship of the Rotary Club of Delhi Heights.

Jiya Gandhi and Chhavi Kharbanda of Class XI were donned with the collar of the President and Secretary of the club, respectively, in the presence of Rotarian Neena Gulati, President, Rotary Club, Delhi Heights and various other dignitaries of the club. The other board members of the club were also pinned during the ceremony, signifying their roles and responsibilities within the structure of the club.

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Rabindra Jayanti was celebrated with gaiety and joy to commemorate the 162nd birth anniversary of the Nobel Laureate, Kavi Guru Rabindranath Tagore. The cultural programme performed by the students of the school bore testimony to the sheer range of Tagore’s creation which helped him emerge as an institution in itself.

Labour Day was celebrated on 1 May, 2023. students of primary classes made greeting cards and handed them over to the helper employees of the school as a mark of their industrious contribution to the school.

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On 27-28 April, on the occasion of International Dance DAy the school organized cultural performances for the students of classes IV-XII. The performances included dance, instrumental and vocal music performances. The theme for the event was “Vasudhev Kutumbbakam’

All of the performances were based around the idea of unity and brotherhood. All the performances had incorported the themes to a great extent. All of the performances were live and thoroughly enjoyed by the students. The dances included classical, western and the most appreciated Fusion dance.

Instrumental and vocal performances on songs like ‘This is my kingdom come-Imagine Dragons’, ‘I want it what way- Backstreet Boys’ and ‘Give me some sunshine’ were the most memorable and sung by everyone in the audience. Overall the event was enjoyed and appreciated by everyone and was a huge success.

The TIS Green Brigade celebrated Earth Day 2023 by organizing a carnival for the students of the primary and middle school wing. The central theme of the carnival was “Rethink Waste.” There were various stalls put up with interesting activities that aimed at fostering the 5 R principles -Refuse, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, and Recover.

Students learned to reuse old T-shirts by hand painting the same with their friends. News paper and paper waste was turned into attractive jewellery, bags, envelopes, and accessories. Students also learned to reuse e-waste by making beautiful windchimes out of old CDs & other electronic waste material.

The TIS theatre group also presented a skit in which students performed enactments of famous environmentalists like Sunderlal Bahuguna, Jadav Payeng, Medha Patkar, Dr. Salim Ali, and Gretta Thunberg. Treasure hunt, Photo booth and the Tattoo stalls added to the excitement of the Tagoreans.

Overall, it was a fun-filled learning experience for all, after all mother earth is worth celebrating!!!

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The students of Class IX celebrated World Heritage Day on Tuesday, 18 April, 2023. They were asked to form groups of 6 each. They were informed about the activity a day earlier in class. The topic was to celebrate the heritage sites of India. They had to choose one heritage site and design a poster on that site. Some examples taken were the Taj Mahal, Hampi, Ellora Caves, Chittorgarh fort, Agra fort, Sanchi Stupa etc. The students briefly mentioned the important features of the site chosen by them e.g. year when built, material used, for what purpose was it made etc. They used A 3 white paper and various colors, designs, borders to make their presentation. This activity would be marked for internal assessment. They enjoyed carrying out the poster-making activity in the zero period. This activity helped students not only in their social development but also helped them know more about the diverse heritages spread across their country.

“Diversity and inclusion, which are the real grounds for creativity, must remain at the center of what we do.” – Marco Bizzarri

Keeping this in mind an Inclusive Leadership Camp was organized for the students of the Roshni Society and Aaina Theatre Society of our school and the students from Ananth Centre and Deepalaya Sambhav Bharat Foundation on Wednesday, 19 April’ 2023 in the school auditorium.

The day started off with a session on inclusion and unified events by special olympics bharat. Special olympics Bharat is a federation that promotes inclusivity to the students who are intellectually disabled by doing unified events with the school. The session was headed by Reva maam who talked about the difference between Inclusion, Segregation, Exclusion and Integration and talked about how to successfully organize an event.

The day got continued by doing activities such as unique introduction rounds and throwing beans into the hoops. Students of our school were required to choose a partner and ask about their hobbies and do a unique handshake. The event was all in all fun. All the students enjoyed a lot and learnt about a necessity life skill that is inclusive leadership in the events.

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