GGIS and iSEN jointly organized B Inspired to Move workshop by Tania Swift. Tania Swift is a Health and Wellbeing expert from Birmingham, UK with 17 years of experience. She has trained over 1700 teachers and early years practitioners GGIS was set up with a clear vision to be
MLV is an integral part of GGIS Learnings. This year MLV was held on 11th August 2018. MLV’s are the most tangible aspect of the work of students. Children get an opportunity to present and share their learning with Parents, through the portfolio created by them. The overall goal of Making Learning
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,
KAHANI मेलाNGE is our rendezvous with some beautiful stories our children have read over this year. While we have lived through these stories all year, we thought it’s time for our children to create their own story, and that gave birth to Kahani मेलाNGE. KAHANI मेलाNGE is just the tip of
Our teachers and children culminated Pre-primary’s Program Of Inquiry (POI) on Play by creating some interesting play areas for parents, the culmination day was a glimpse of the journey they undertook to learn about all aspects of play and how play forms an important part of child`s overall development.
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.
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.
Finally Enploring begins! GGIS kick started GGIS EnPlorers today with a bunch of 20 children, led by our very own Rajendra Sir. Children, with our Master naturalist took nature walks, planted native trees, played lots of nature games and painted barks of trees! By the end of the session children