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At GGIS, we have a form in the admission process called Understanding parents. We ask a medley of questions there that help us understand the parent better. One of the questions on that form is – If there is one aspect of your schooling that you would change, what would
So last week I happened to see the report card of a student who had applied to GGIS for grade 2. And the report ran into more than 10 pages. It had like all these fancy pie-charts and bar graphs and all kinds of “insights” you could think of. And
Is my child safe at school? She is a girl child; will she be safe on the bus? Have you experienced such concerns or met someone who has? Well, I have met many of them. #MeToo campaign is taking India by storm and women are coming out and speaking of
Today I would want to share a lesson we learned the long hard way at GGIS. You see GGIS is in Ahmedabad, Gujarat which is a predominantly a vegetarian state. Non-vegetarian food, while widely available, is not socially acceptable and that is very often visible in the lunch boxes that
“And the moral of the story is… you must always speak the truth.” Have you heard such stories in classrooms? So how many of you have been through moral science periods in your schooling years? Or read a value-based story to your child in the hope that this will make