Always imbibing good values and practicality in its students, Gurukul The School organized a programme, ‘Winds of Change,’ which was yet another endeavour to add more to the students learnings.
The event was flagged off by the school’s director Mr. Sachin Vats, director admin Mrs Shikha Vats, Director finance Mr. Diwakar Tiwari, Director academics Mrs. Prabha Verma and principal Mrs. Rajni Johri.
Throwing light on positive aspects of life, the students of Class 6th brought forth a powerpoint presentation themed ‘Winds of Change.’
Entertaining the audience and educating them at the same time, the students sang rap song with Mathematical formulae as the lyrics, those in the audience joined the vocalists on stage and sang with much enthusiasm … seemed like they were enjoying Maths more than ever before. The fun of education extended to teaching the kids against superstitions and about Science.
The environmentalists that the students of the school should be called as in their every function they have at least one performance on conservation explained via their performance the reasons of different seasons in India. Showcasing various dances and songs, they talked about the importance of water and as if that was not enough, they presented yet another rap song on living a life full of love for everyone. The song was a complete hit among the audience and was received with huge applause.
The entire school turned into a mini zoo with sounds of barking, chirping, meowing as the young ones brought different breeds of dogs, cats, parrots, parakeets, birds, fish, etc, to the campus.
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