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Community Service Grade 10 B ​

Giving back to the community is one of those basic attributes Aditya Birla World Academy inculcates in its students. The students of Grade 10 visited two Balwadis, one at Chunabhatti and the other at Kurla to interact with the young students as part of their Community Service endeavor.

The school had a small open ground in the center, which is where we played and entertained the 5 year olds. After a day of hectic studying, the little ones were very excited to participate in the games and break free from their monotonous schedules. We divided them into four groups and hosted games like cone activities, catch the ball, catching each other and playing with the rings.

While our purpose was to get smiles on their faces and expose them to different games, in order to make them have fun, we were so involved that we too ended up playing the games. It was exciting and invigorating for us in the midst of the hustle and bustle of Grade 10 to enjoy and interact with the angelic children.

Before leaving, we gave them chocolates, cupcakes and juices which we had carried for them. We also handed them books and crayons. The children found the resources extremely useful and reciprocated their happiness with hugs and smiles. The children and their teachers were thrilled with joy! And so were we, to see how one simple action of ours made the day for someone else. In fact, in that one hour, we had bonded so well with those children that all of us were reluctant to leave. But, finally we ended this memorable day of ours with loads of pictures with them and a final goodbye.

By: Pritika Nayak

Grade: 10 B

Feedback of a few Grade 10 students

Vrishan Kasliwal

It was really a very touching and humbling experience to play with these young kids, to see them having fun. I feel privileged to have been a part of this very touching activity. Every child has the potential to learn and play, and this Baldwadi realises this, and we should too.

Yash Sukhwani
I had a lovely experience with the enthusiastic children of the balwadi at Chunabhatti. They were very happy to see us, and we thoroughly enjoyed our interaction with them. I was deeply touched by their sheer joy, gratitude and excitement at being with us. It was truly an unforgettable experience for all of us :) I went there with many friends, but came back with even more !!

Krish Kuwelkar

A single tear trickled down my cheek. My heart was filled with joy, my hands with the juice boxes- this was an experience that I will never forget. I helped somebody... Now, I am a new person.

Sierra Houang
Last Wednesday, Grade 10 A visited a balwadi at Chunabhatti. At first we were a bit intimidated because the children were very small, only 2 or 3 years old, but after singing and dancing with them, we were relaxed. We set up obstacle races where they had to crawl through a hoola hoop and balance cones on their head. The smiles on their faces after completing a task lit up the place and made every small achievement seem like a grand accomplishment. For us, this really put into perspective the way in which our own reaction to an event can change our outlook and attitude. Overall this experience was heart -warming and reminded us why Community Service is such an important component in our lives.