Students are encouraged to learn and develop culinary Skills that they can use at home in the kitchen and later in life.
The students get involved and compete in a friendly and healthy food centered competition where they prepare the dishes independently or as a team. For junior students, the competition involves prepping, washing, peeling, cutting, chopping fruits and decorating them artistically.
"Our human family is completed when everyone is included" - Curt Armstrong
The Craft bazaar is an annual event organised by the Vocational group before Diwali.
Students are trained to make various craft and decorative items which are then put up for sale.
This year many items like hand painted pillow covers, various types of diyas, Lanterns, Mala And Paper Bags, Cloth Bag And Dusters, Apron And Kitchen Napkins, Hair Brooch, Rangoli and Gift Envelopes were on display. The students who are training for Mehendi designing put up stalls.
A workshop was conducted for the School staff to sensitize the staff about the solutions of managing conflict in work place and to help them understand the importance of team building and to develop team coherence in the work place as well as personal life.
A workshop was also conducted for parents on Stress Management. The aim was to sensitize the parents to focus on themselves and taking time to introspect themselves and their hobbies.
Dandiya Celebration represents the circle of life. And our students being unique part of this circle of life, we celebrate, enjoy and have fun with along with them.
The Fancy Dress Competition is conducted in the month of September. Students enjoy participating in the fancy dress competition and the purpose is to blend learning with fun and improve their confidence and public speaking skills. The themes given are precise, creative, and according to their levels and given in advance so that parents creatively plan the costumes.
Teachers' Day :
Those who mould your kids,
Those who guide your kids,
Those who listen to your kids’ questions,
and Those who support your kids in the journey of learning;
Need one day to be kids again to play, to laugh and to get energized again to enlighten many brilliant minds.
Drawing as a form of art is healing and meditative for children with special needs. It allows for free and creative expression and develops self-confidence and listening skills in children.
It has been observed that children with difficulties in academics usually excel in drawing, painting, dancing and singing.
Keeping this mind Drawing competition is conducted annually in the month of July.
The competition is sponsored by Ms. Falguni Thakkar who has been associated with the School for the last many years.
She judges the event and awards prizes to all the winners.
Gifts are given to all the participants.
The students assemble in the school hall and topics given are given on the spot.
They have to complete the activity in the given time slot. Prizes are awarded to students from each class.
On the occasion of Environment Day, the students planted saplings of various flowers and medicinal herbs in the School garden.