JUNIOR SCHOOL
EVENTS DIARY
SESSION 2015-16

 

 

 

 

Mango Day (July 10, 2015)

Mango Day was celebrated to introduce the tiny tots to the king of fruits.  Children involved themselves in various coloring and craft activity to mark the day’s celebration.

 

Environment Day (July 03, 2015)

The world which is fast turning into a commercial market and natural resources being thoughtlessly exploited for the same, the need to generate awareness regarding the Environment becomes the need of the hour. Celebration of Environment day included simple experiments by the junior Goenkans followed by developing an understanding on the importance of the 3 R’s. Children also did some craft work after watching a PPT on the same.

 

Pool Bash (May 15, 2015)

An event of absolute delight in the scorching sun, Pool Bash brought in unlimited fun and frolic for the junior Goenkans. Power driven tiny- tots splashed, splurged and indulged in various games and activities planned for them. This summer, the focus was on Brazil. They also watched a PowerPoint Presentation on Brazil to make them familiar with the country’s famous places, cuisines, animals etc.

 

World Athletics Day (May 08, 2015)

The purpose of World Athletics Day is to educate the students about the importance of athletics and thus promote knowledge of a balanced and healthy lifestyle to attract and sustain the potential sporting stars of tomorrow. Junior Goenkans donned the attire of prominent athletes from different disciplines to pay homage to their undying contribution towards their respective nations.

 

Helpers Role Play Activity (May 07, 2015)

Helpers Day was organized at G.D Goenka to celebrate the ceaseless efforts of people who facilitate the functioning of society through their undying contribution. Children simulated various roles played by them and came decked in their respective helper’s role.
Our little Goenkans from Grade I enacted as various community helpers and their names are as follows:
Arshia
Yashika Gupta
Athhatva Gupta
Sivkah Kaur
Rudra Shah

 

Earth Day (April 24, 2015)

Junior Goenkans staged a wonderful play on how to save their environment on the occasion of Earth day. Children shared ways to save the planet earth and crafted things pertaining to the same.

 

Book week (April 20 - 24, 2015)

In order to stimulate extensive reading habits among children and to enable them to explore novel writers and authors in the field of Literature, a Book week was organized by the school. The students actively engrossed themselves in showcasing their creative talents by making bookmarks, jackets and puppets of their favorite characters. Show and Tell activity featured prominently during the week long celebration.

 

English Olympiad, 2015

English Olympiad for Grade I was held in the month of January for the academic session 2014-2015. Children performed brilliantly and brought accolades to the school.
They were awarded with medals and certificates.

  • Yash Sirohi – Zonal Gold Medal
  • Parv Goel – Gold Medal
  • Akshit Mann – Bronze Medal
  • Liesha Nijhawan – Silver Medal

were the achievers of the English Olympiad.

 

World Heritage Day (April 17, 2015)

World Heritage is the shared wealth of humankind. Protecting and preserving this valuable asset demands the collective efforts of the international community. A special morning assembly was organized depicting the same.

 

Fun Day (March 31, 2015)

The Goenkan shore welcomed the arrival of the fresh ripples to its coast. The darling buds of our extended family were embraced with love and warmth. The day offered a taste of the fun-filled activities that the Goenkans will experience in the years ahead.

 

Baisakhi Celebration

The colorful harvest festival of Punjab was celebrated with a mood of merriment and gaiety. Dressed in traditional Punjabi outfits, the Goenkans stole the show with their energetic performances. The depiction of Punjabi culture and the story behind the origin of Baisakhi were the major highlights of the celebrations.

 

Orientation Day (March 30, 2015)

The new parents of our fraternity discovered the sounds and melodies that echo in the Goenkan Valley on the day of the Orientation. An insight into the Goenkan ideology and vision was provided to the parents. The key idea was to lessen the apprehensions of the parents and to acquaint them with the Goenkan process.