Visiting Shikshantar at Udaipur

“Bhaiyya, 21 Fatehpura kahan hai?” I asked the local subzi wala in the humid afternoon in Udaipur. “Shikshantar jana hai?” beamed the septuagenarian pointing towards a lush green piece of land in the midst of an urban landscape. The pride in his voice told me that my pilgrimage to Shikshantar

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Working with GGIS- An ex-colleague writes to us..

Working with schools as educators is highly rewarding and highly taxing. Especially with schools that have high expectations, like ours does. We hold our teachers and our students to high standards of work and ethics and very often push them out of their comfort zone. Doing so, helps us try

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How to choose a school for your child?

Choosing a school is probably the most important decision parents make. While all of us want a good school, the definition of good changes from person to person. Here, I have tried to list out a few parameters one must take into consideration while choosing a school. Besides this, we have

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7 Habits Journey: Visiting other schools

Reading of 7 habits by teachers – Checked Physical environment speaking of habits – Checked Spoken environment reflecting the habits – Checked 7 habits for happy kids being read by the students – Checked Reading The Leader In Me (TLIM) by the team – Checked While I am more and

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7 Habits and The Leader In Me (TLIM) program at The GGIS

GGIS is a young school. And like most young people it is curious, agile and keen to practice new things. We come across many things every now and then but today I would want to share our just-begun journey of the 7 Habits program. Many of us know about this

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When parents support us..

GGIS is not a very fond of ranking students or having them compete against each other. Especially not till Grade 2. Hence, when our students participate or win in public events, it makes us super happy. But what made our day was this message from a parent of Grade 2

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Freedom and choice

  • Showcasing their research and presentation skills through ice-cream!

    GGIS student, Venisha, showcasing her research and presentation skills through ice-cream!

  • Grade 3 learning about compound words through videos

    Grade 3 learning about compound words through videos

  • Grade 3 learning about compound words by looking it up in their text and sharing it with their partners.

    Grade 3 learning about compound words by looking it up in their text and sharing it with their partners.

  • Grade 3 student showcasing her understanding of compound words by writing and illustrating

    Grade 3 student showcasing her understanding of compound words by writing and illustrating

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

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Building Parent communities

  • Teachers dancing to the tunes of Mothers - Teacher's Day 2016 at GGIS

    Teachers dancing to the tunes of Mothers

  • Team GGIS with Performers The Mothers - Teacher's Day 2016 at GGIS

    Team GGIS with Performers "The Mothers"

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

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Myths about International Boards

As a school leader, very often I come across parents who have certain myths about international boards. I try my best to bust those myths to the best of my understanding. But it is not enough. So, here I have compiled a list of the most common myths people hold about international boards, especially in Ahmedabad.

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The fast food schooling

Our kids love fast food restaurants. A burger and pizza are a treat. But we all also know that nothing beats the home-made, local-grown organic food. Burgers and pizzas are junk food and we try to keep their intake to a minimum But do we know what makes fast food

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