At the beginning of the year, we commenced the “The Leader In Me (TLIM)” program using the 7 habits by Stephen Covey. Our journey of 7 habits has been full of excitement, self-discoveries, learning and creating better versions of ourselves. While conceptualizing our annual fest we concluded it was about time
Making Learning Visible or MLV was held on 20th August, 2017 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. The students shared their work done in notebooks,
We conducted GGIS annual sports meet on 25th January, Keeping in mind the spirit of Republic day celebration we started the event with flag hoisting followed by drills and performances by our children. The event was attended by students, our parents, teachers and staff exhibited also participated in races and
We had great time celebrating Christmas, our children filled up the school with Christmas colours, Christmas carol and lots of dancing. Our Secret Santa distributed gifts and lots of hugs, here are few glimpses of our exhilarating celebration.
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.
Gems Genesis International School celebrated the 2nd International Mud Day at school premises on 29th June, 2016 with participation from over 100 students along with their parents. The Mud day is a day for children because they connect directly with the amazing earth beneath us. In the process they do get dirty, messy and muddy.
GGIS celebrated International Yoga Day on 21st June 2016. The kids were enthusiastic towards performing yoga. We did many posture for improving their concentration and flexibility. They also experienced the magic of Pranayam through Omkar and breathing exercises.
The chocolaty mud, it gave an essence of our Mother Earth. An utter joy, an immense beauty we received from it, gave us a delight and made our day brightest of the bright. The International Mud Day at GGIS! We are thankful to ECA Gujarat and its Head, Nisha Thakrar-