MYP - Service as ActionMrs. Meera Rangarajan & Shreya Mudaliar | 12th October, 2015 Back to Blog
As a Service as Action activity Grade 6 were asked to make signboards displaying “Essential Agreement”. Each student was asked to make a signboard selecting an essential agreement of his/her own choice which he/ she thinks each student must follow as a student and as a responsible individual. The activity was linked with the English lesson “The Selfish Giant” in which the students had come across the concept of signboards. They were made to hold these signboards and stand in the corridor were other grade students headed for the assembly to the auditorium.Goal:
- • To unify the students to work collectively on a single task.
- • To make them understand the use of signboards
- • To create awareness among the students of other grades
Grade 7A has presented a skit on “Girl rights & education” highlighting the rights of girls and more emphasis on girls education. The skit was chosen by students as they felt that creating awareness on this issue is still the need of hour.Skit on Child Labour
Grade 7B has presented a skit on “Child Labour” . The aim was to draw attention of the entire mass to the plight some children around them are undergoing and an action to pull them out is so essential. How getting education and blissful childhood is also their right.Real Raksha Bandhan At RCITY Mall
Students of Grade 7 & 8 had gone to R-city Mall to make and tie rakhees to the orphan kids. The aim was to make them feel happy and express our love to them. Students said it was the best Raksha Bandhan they had experienced.Investiture Ceremony
Students of Grade 10 volunteered the Investiture Ceremony, for electing the student council members, held in the school, which resulted in the smooth functioning of the ceremony and making the parents feel proud of their wards taking responsibility and learning to manage the entire event.ALERT INDIA (Association for Leprosy Education, Rehabilitation and Treatment-India)
A voluntary charitable organization, which started its work over 3 decades ago with a vision to eradicate leprosy from our country. Our Management Representative, Dr Arundhati Hoskeri called upon Ms Veera Rao, Director of ALERT INDIA who threw light on the ailment – cause, cure & treatment. It was an eye-opener to the myth that leprosy is incurable.