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Various Events of Junior School

LKG children enjoying their Indian Dance class: Our little tots, all engrossed in the dance lesson and trying hard to master the step.

Field trip to the Prince of Wales Museum: LKG children exploring the nature trail at the Museum

I think the universe is pure geometry - basically, a beautiful shape twisting around and dancing over space-time.
-Antony Garrett Lisi

HKG children identifying the 3D shape ‘Sphere’ with various concrete objects in their environment.


Children are like buds in a garden and should be carefully and lovingly nurtured, as they are the future of the nation and the citizens of tomorrow. – Jawaharlal Nehru.

HKG children enjoying their Children’s Day party.

Grade 1 children making a chart for a class research on ‘Need for Communication’.

Grade 1 children engrossed in discussing the final points written on their chart titled ‘Need for Communication’, to be presented as a group to the rest of their peers".


If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales.
If you want them to be more intelligent, read them more fairy tales.”-
Albert Einstein.

This week, the children of grade 2 visited the library to check out
the display of fairy tales. To let their imagination soar, they were
allowed to pick a book /story of their choice and add a twist to it by changing the setting or the ending.

Learning Station Activities for Math: Grade 2 children played games at various Learning Stations to recapitulate their understanding of the concepts of Addition and Subtraction.

As a part of the ‘Talk Time’ curriculum, children of Grade 3 went on a field trip to a balwadi and read stories to the little ones.
Interviewing the staff at the Post Office for our class research on ‘My Mohalla’ 
  • A market survey conducted by the children of Grade 3 in the vicinity of the school to learn about the interdependence between goods and services.

Grade 4 children learn about the importance of Government Agencies and diplomacy by participating in the Model United Nation

Grade 4 children playing the role of delegates from U.S.A. discussing during the Model United Nation Session. 


Grade 4 children playing the role of delegates from Pakistan; discuss their Millennium Development Goals whilst the German and United Kingdom delegates listen keenly.

To sensitize the children and make them aware of their roles and responsibilities towards keeping the ocean clean, the children of Grade 5 were taken to Mumbai Chowpatty for a cleanliness drive.

Grade 5 children learnt the Hindi number names in a fulfilled way by making a caterpillar.