Funderstanding… or Fun Fun Understanding, an event of showcasing the academic progress through various games and activities prepared by our wonderful students.
Thanks to our little genius innovators for making us proud through their skills and knowledge.
GGIS students exhibited their skills and games at Pink Butterfly Exhibition. The students were busy in preparing for this event for almost a fortnight. They designed the games taking an inspiration from the subjects studied in school.
We met one of our ex-students last week. The student is now in another school and we generally chatted about how he is finding the new school, etc. The child is doing well in the new school, but when asked what he misses about GGIS, he said- “Freedom“. To which
All schools would want their parents to be partners in their child’s education and to be a helping hand in the schools’ endeavours. But such a community of parents is not readily available. It is to be built. Slowly and steadily. Bit by bit, just as you build a child’s
GGIS celebrated Teachers day on 06th September, 2016 at campus. The celebration was planned by few Mothers to express their gratitude to Teachers of GGIS . They took this initiative and started planning and practicing a month before. It was kept as a surprise for our teachers.
BeAT, an initiative by GGIS, announces ‘learning on wheels’, an exciting event for everyone, who’s a teacher at heart and learner by passion, on the 4th of September, 2016! A group of 20 children from Gulbai Tekra community along with team BeAT will embark on a learning tour around the
Making Learning Visible or MLV was held on 20th August, 2016 at GGIS. This gives an opportunity to children to present and share their learning with Parent.
It gives us an immense pride when we see our children sharing their academics confidently.
GGIS hosted a workshop on Theme Centered Interaction (TCI) with facilitators from Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS). Nishi Mitra a professor at TISS and HansGeorg Vom Berg of Switzerland, facilitated this workshop for GGIS teachers and a few selected participants from the city.