The theme for the World Environment Day celebrated on 5th June, for the year 2021 is Recreate, Reimagine, Restore. To create awareness about the topic the children were asked to recreate useful things out of the waste materials they have at home. The children using their creative skills made many useful items which they could use like trash bins, bird feeders, cardboard cup board, photo frames, etc. They also made posters and collages on the occasion. The children realized that the need of the hour is to restore the Earth for a better, healthier and happier environment.
World Earth Day an event that is celebrated on 22 nd April every year exemplifies support for environmental protection. The theme of Earth Day 2021 is ‘Restore our Earth’. We must focus on adapting natural processes, green eco-friendly technologies and innovative thinking that can restore our ecosystem.
Students were apprised about the theme and urged to join hands in the endeavour to aim at making the world a better place for the future generations, ensuring every entity on the planet lives peacefully.
The students made collages, posters and wrote catchy slogans and took a pledge to provide a voice to the emerging environmental consciousness and putting it on the forefront.
The guiding light of this institution, Mrs. Krishna Sood was an exemplary who influenced innumerable people in myriad ways and became an inspiration for a lot of us. Her motherly affection stood by us like an unflinching pillar of support which kept us all motivated to perform better and soar higher with each passing day. She was a torch bearer her teachings illuminate our path till date, making our journey of life easier and smoother. She firmly believed that children should be free to express their creativity without any restrictions. It is in keeping with her profound wish to bring a smile on each child’s face that we are truly committed to deliver happiness. She was a source of ever emanating radiance just like the rays of the sun and hence we celebrate 24th December, her birthday, as ‘ROSHNI’every year.
Under Roshni – a Childrens’ Festival, all the children engage themselves in an activity of their choice which is woven around a particular theme. The entire school bears a festive look and children are engaged in doing what they love.