Students Corner

Ms. Sri Kiruba Sakthi (Junior Kindergarten Educator)
Our world is a great place, but it requires our help to thrive! Earth Day is about increasing awareness about the importance of environmental protection and taking action. Our cheerful Junior KG students celebrated Earth Day by recycling newspaper into a lovely flower and colouring it to show us how much they adore our planet.
Mother Earth
Ms. Sarala Bakthavachalam (Senior Kindergarten Educator)
Mother Earth is clearly urging a call to action. Nature is suffering. Climate changes, poor air quality, land contamination, acidic oceans and ecological misbalances are indicators which we are ignoring. We are not making enough efforts for taking care of the Earth. Earth Day is celebrated every year on April 22nd to raise awareness of threats to our planet’s health and demonstrate support for environmentalb protection. “Understand the worth of earth, treat it with care and give love it deserves.” Our senior kindergarten kids made a paper crumpled trees to give their support towards the Earth Day
Earth Day & Summer Activity at Grade 3
Ms. Saradha ( Grade 2 Educator)
Eid al-Fitr (sometimes called Eid ul-Fitr) is one of the festivals celebrated across the world. On this day family visit each other, extend greetings and gifts and the ‘Festival of Breaking the Fast’. It marks the end of the month of Ramadan and is the only day of the holy month where Muslims are not permitted to fast. The celebrations of Eid al-Fitr begin at sunset on the night of the sighting of the new moon. The learners of grade 2B made a crescent and an out of paper plates and coloured them. Happy Eid and happy holidays…!