|Labour Day Celebrations in school|
|Earth Day Celebrations in school|
The students celebrated Earth day with great enthusiasm and fervor.
The day began with E-Waste collection drive. An e-waste collection bin was installed at the school gate in which parents and students dropped in their electronic waste for a proper disposal.
All the students and staff members gathered on the school grounds for a special assembly on Earth day.
After the assembly students of grades VI – VIII attended an interesting workshop: “Jal Mitra” by “India Water Foundation”. This was followed by a presentation by: E-Waste Recyclers India for students of grades IX-XII.
Nursery-KG students were treated with a story telling session. Students of grades I-III enjoyed Earth Day Hunt.
Highlight of the day was the “Earth Fair” conducted by the students of grade IX for the students of grades IV and V. The fair had sensitization stalls like: “Be water wise”; “Trace your carbon footprints”; “Save Electricity”; “The 4Rs” to name a few. There were game stalls like, “Scrap out Scrap” and “Quiz Time”. Other attractions of the fair were the live stalls, “Art Stall”-design your own bookmarks using recycled paper and “Towards greener homes”- planting saplings in used plastic cups.
|Women's Day celebrations in school|
|Graduation Day Ceremony was held for the students of class XII on 25 January 2019|
|Republic Celebrations in school|
|Farewell Party for the outgoing students of Class XII, Batch 2019 was hosted in school on 25 January 2019|
|Christmas Celebrations in school|
Winter Carnival 2018
School organised a winter carnival on 15 November 2018. It was a day full of excitement and a plethora of events were organized which indeed were full of fun and frolic. Throngs of people visited the winter carnival and it was a resounding success. Stalls lined the school field offering traditional fete-favourite games and many new innovative ideas thought of by the students. The uniqueness of the carnival was the students’ engagement in all the stalls as volunteers managing the whole show with minimal guidance from the teachers.
Few educational stalls were also set up for parents and children. The ‘Lucky Dip’ was a great crowd puller where many won amazing gifts. People enjoyed releasing fire lamps and balloons at the ‘Wish Tree’. Aromatic food counters served delicious food throughout the day. Swings and rides were a definite hit with the young children as well as their parents.
Music was provided by the ‘Request stall’, school’s own radio FM 64. Requests for various songs were made and the crowd was seen dancing to the tune of melodious songs that reverberated through the school ground. The flash mob by students from various classes caught the attention of all. The highlight of the carnival was a talent show where many children came forward to showcase the best in them. It was a fantastic day for all the visitors and the host school. Games, food and fun summed up the Saturday for everyone. The Winter Carnival was a bustling colourful wonderland of joy and amusement.
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|Children's Day celebrations in school|
|Diwali Celebrations in school|
Photography done by:
Aarush Aggarwal IX C
Samarth Rungta VIII D
Videography done by:
Chirag Garg IX C
Aarush Aggarwal IX C
|Dussehra Celebrations in school|
Photography done by:
Om Sharma XI A
Khushpreet Singh XI A
Lakshay Jayant XI C
|Gandhi Jayanti Celebrations in school|
|Janmashtami Celebrations by students of Nursery C|
|Hindi Diwas Celebrations in the school|
|Teacher's Day Celebrations|
|Sanskrit Diwas Celebrations in school|
|Independence Day Celebrations in school|
|French National Day Celebrations|
Tagore International School, East of Kailash, collaborated with the French Embassy in New Delhi to celebrate their national day on 19 July, 2018 in the school premises. The gala event of fun and festivities involved the entire school community and dignitaries from the embassy. The Chief Guest of the occasion was Mr Laurent Glattli, a specialist on International Relations and a Project Manager for Science & Technology Cooperation at the French Institute, Embassy of France in India. Among other dignitaries was Mr. Jatinder Singh, Deputy Head, Bureau De Co operation, Linguistique, Educative et de Formation Office for Cooperation in French Language, Education and Training Institut Français en Inde, Embassy of France in India.
Various activities and competitions for students and a cultural programme was organised during the special assembly. An atmosphere of gaiety prevailed when the students performed to French numbers on stage. Melodious rendition of French songs by the school choir and recitation of French poetry added colour to the celebration.
Mr Glattli emphasised on the need of universal brotherhood and encouraged students to join French universities for graduation and post graduation courses as well. The Principal of the school, Ms. Mallika Preman, encouraged the students to hone their skills in the French language and hoped that this unique manner of bringing people of different countries together amidst young children could ideate a way forward for unity and peace amongst all.
|Book Week Celebrations from 7 May to 11 May 2018|
Story Nory - pictorial story narration by students of Class IV
|Rabindra Jayanti Celebrations|
|Labour Day Celebrations|
|Earth Day celebrations in school|