Students of COLOURS INDIAN SCHOOL went to Punjeri Vayal as a part of their yearly educational trip. It was a very enjoyable trip as the students got the chance to see a lot of new things which they usually do not see in this busy city life.
They saw large green paddy fields..so many varieties of trees...farm house...harvesting machines..irrigation wells..and a lot more!
The farmers took great care and joy in explaining the little kids the various intricacies of farming.
The kids were overjoyed and even sang rhymes about paddy fields...It was no doubt a great day out for them!!
Students of Grade II to VIII of COLOURS INDIAN SCHOOL went to visit Cement block factory on 4th March, as a part of their yearly educational trip.
They had a great time learning about the process of manufacturing of cement blocks.
They learnt how cement blocks are made. They had hands on experience of how the cement, sand, and gravel are put in the container in a ratio of 1:2:3 and a pliable mixture is made with water. This mixture is then put into the mould..drying it makes the cement blocks.
It was an effort from the school to instill the scientific approach into our future engineers.
To develop in them the curiosity of how the building blocks are made and also to make them have a glance at how it is done in the practical way.
A woman is an epitome of beauty, wisdom and care. She has climbed the mountains and dived into the ocean; she has matched the steps with every man in the world. International Women’s Day celebrates the power of women – their rights and role in our lives and society.
Let's celebrate the joy and dignity of womanhood on this day dedicated to all the women of this world!!
Grandparents are an emotional support for children : love, affection and satisfaction united in the same person!
They are the elders who offer unconditional love, without the obligations of educating as parents, and therefore are a bridge between parents and children.
Perhaps the most important point is that they provide emotional stability for children and play a decisive role in times of family adversity as well.
Grandparents are a fundamental pillar in the education of grandchildren as they transmit wisdom, experience and tranquility.
So,here in COLOURS INDIAN SCHOOL we celebrate this special bond between our students and their grandparents by celebrating Grandparents Day. Let's have a glimpse...
Man is a social being. He lives in the association of others bearing same likeness. He cannot survive alone. Every human contributes something to this society.
In our daily lives we take the help of various helpers to run our day to day lives. Sweeper, Driver, Gardener, Watchman etc., are the helpers around us at school.
In COLOURS INDIAN SCHOOL we celebrate Helpers Day every year to show our love, respect and gratitude towards the contribution that they do in making our lives better and easier.
This occasion is celebrated to inculcate the values of gratitude and generosity in the children towards the people who help them and to make them understand the value of helpers in our lives. Celebration of Helpers Day is a small way in which we try to give some happy and memorable moments to our helpers.
When we are young we know what makes us happy from the core...we believe in our dreams. But as we grow up we tend to forget our hidden talents and get busy in our daily lives.
Buddha said "Everyone is gifted here, but some of us have never opened our package".
In our school through the BREAKOUT event our main aim is to help the students discover their hidden talents, so that they can be aware of the gifts that they are born with!
The talent can be discovered in the form of hobbies, or other aquired skills. It may be in the form of writing, speaking, cooking, painting, singing, dancing, decorating and the list goes on...
This is just the first step which helps them to explore the new dimension and to identify their inherent capabilities.
Breakout time is a Showtime! We encourage the students to use their talents and identify the calling of their heart.
Pongal carnival- The harvest festival
It was a true witness that we have harvested our dreams and joys to make it double this year and the joy is splashed everywhere around us in the campus as a beautiful Rangoli...
Villupaatu - It was a good treat for our ears which paved way for the children to know what is ‘Thai Thirunaal’ and why do we celebrate it. Followed by a traditional ‘Kummi Dance’ performed by our teachers which was thoroughly enjoyed by our children.
Then as an add-on, to make our children understand that this festival also indulge physical activities, we encourage them to play a traditional games like ‘Uriyadi’. Other mind activities like ‘Ring toss’, ‘Feed the animal’, ‘Spin the wheel’ with gifts made our chutties enjoy to the fullest.
The day doesn't forget to give us the treat for our taste buds..yes! a healthy sweet Pongal, chilled with sugarcane, Kids popped here and there with their popcorns and tasty melting cotton candy..
Surely we believe that this year was ignited positively with lots of enjoyments through the efforts of our teachers and management.
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