The 6 hobby clubs are aimed at nurturing interest for an activity and to make them responsible global citizens. The culminating event displayed what the children had been working for during the whole year.
The Jharoka club displayed the culture in the form of song and dance of Goa and Gujarat, and the parents took up the cue to join in when called. Thinkers Paradise showed off their literary prowess by organising games of Taboo and Scrabble and singing an Earth song written and composed by them. Khel Khelo engaged parents in games of a giant Snakes and Ladders, Tic Tac Toe and Carrom. It was a perfect way to begin the day before rushing off to work. The Heart in Art club displayed their enhanced individual thinking and creativity as they got the parents involved in making Fridge Magnets with pebbles, Mini-frames, Bookmark decoration and Tattoo and Mehendi. The IncrEDIBLES (Culinary Club) served refreshments with butterfly pea tea with everyone flocking at the stall to grab a bite. The Earthlings were admired for their effort to create a sustainable environment and promote greenery with their seed bombs and compost bin using peels of fruit and vegetables at home. What are the Do’s and Don’ts to be used in the compost bin to keep it fresh and non-smelly. The compost once made can be used in our small kitchen garden.
“Ends are not bad things, they just mean that something else is about to begin.”
The enthusiasm in the students worked wonders as everyone enjoyed the Culminating session