4 days 12 hours ago
Acquisition of knowledge has no end, whereas virtual learning proved that it also has no bounds. When everyone started fighting against Corona, we simultaneously started fighting against the vacuum created between children and education due to this pandemic. Google meet favoured us on this battle; teachers took charge as the warriors; assignments served as the weapons; tests served as the key of success; and our students' accomplishments will serve as the fruit of our victory. Aye! We, COLOURS, are strongly fighting against the ignorance and here are some achievements of ours.
1 week 1 day ago
We all are in a need of revival due to the recent happenings, extremely our children!
Reviving through spiritual practice is something tranquil and peaceful. And that being the case, we opted for our own Yoga.
*Yoga supplies an addition of energy, strength and beauty to body, mind and soul.*
So as to achieve an internal peace and external energy to our children, also to provide them an opportunity to happily celebrate "International Father's Day" with their unique and lovable fathers. We have conducted an event called "Celebrating Yoga Day With My Father". And here are some clicks of the event.
2 weeks 4 days ago
World Blood Donor Day
" Donate blood Save lives"
3 weeks 6 days ago
Happy Environment Day
1 month 2 hours ago
Although during these tough months of lockdown we are bound to stay apart from each other but these ten years of togetherness has led us to oneness.
We are locked, but not down..so in order to stay inspired and show that the distancing is only social not emotional, we have come up with a video of our lovely journey to recall our happiness of COLOURS!
So lets have a happy tour and prove that no break will break our love for each other and that tough times never last but tough people do...
My grandson, Jonathan Rishabh Khanna spent the happiest days of his life in your school, Sunitha Madam. He loved his teachers, especially Ms Nita madam, who taught him beautiful stories. He was your son Jason's classmate. I would come every day to pick him up and often spent valuable time talking to your father. Every time I visit Reliance store, memories flood back of 'Colours School' ! May God Bless and Prosper your school. My regards to your father and Mr Michael.
1 - 4 weeks 1 day ago
1 month 3 weeks ago
With the view of engaging the students in a creative way during this extended lockdown, COLOURS INDIAN SCHOOL came up with the next event PICTURE SPEAKS, so as to encourage the students to participate in the daily household chores of their home and understand its importance, as well as help the parents during their homestay. And as expected, the students again came up with great zeal and participated in their favourite household chores and spent some wonderful moments at home..
2 months 6 days ago
After seeing the success of the first drawing competition, COLOURS INDIAN SCHOOL planned to organise one more drawing competition for the students so that they can utilize the extended lockdown period.
The topic chosen for this competition was *'The game I enjoyed playing during lockdown'* drawing which was fun for the students as they could recreate some most enjoyed moments through their art!
As expected, the students showed a zealous participation in the event and it turned out to be wonderful!!
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