Our weekly assemblies gives every child an opportunity to be a presenter. Assemblies at GGIS are held on every friday where every class gets an opportunity to present their learning in front of the school.
If we all could see the world through a child`s eyes we could see magic everywhere, and that is what every visitor at school experiences when they visit GGIS.
To inculcate Public interactions and break inhibitions we have our children as Volunteers to give school tours. This opportunity allows them to encounter people from all walks of life, experience different languages and dialects and gives authentic experience to the visitor. After all, nobody knows GGIS better than our own students.
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. The games namely were Slimy Slimy, Cast a Code, Makey Makey, Link a Code and Yellow Magic.
Our little masters got a first hand experience of dealing and communicating with different people. It helped them sharpen their skills and building confidence in presenting their work.
At a public event that brought together designers and artists in the city to showcase/sell their work, GGIS had put up a stall, sharing the idea of and inviting children to experience making at Maker’s lab! We were there for 3 evenings and our children had taken turns to be