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The exuberant students of Class 2 Mulberries conducted a Class assembly on 'Chandrayaan 2'. The young learners shared important facts about Chandrayaan 1, Chandrayaan 2 and the upcoming missions of ISRO.
Chandrayaan 2 is a mission unlike any before!! The enthusiastic audience cheered the children who danced splendidly to the beats of Chak de India and Mission Mangal. They made the assembly very informative for all and it was winded up with a pledge ceremony by Principal ma'am.

    The most powerful person in the world is a storyteller.

    The ebullient Grade II students showcased Global Folktales. It was a visual delight looking at the students using hand held eye catching props. Weave-A-Tale is an attempt to instill the art of narrating a story and revive the tradition of storytelling and listening.
    The activity was conducted with a view to encourage students to use their linguistic skills, imagination and creativity to bring out the story-teller in them.

      Storytelling is the most fun-loving and effective way to inspire, motivate and teach. Driven by this belief, Ms. Nupur Aggarwal conducted a storytelling session for the students of class 2 and class 3 on September 13, 2019.
      Ms. Nupur started the session with a captivating song on ‘Storywalla’ and the students joined her too. She narrated various stories in an interesting way that everyone was mesmerised. Students and teachers had great fun along with learning that stories nurture imagination and foster creativity.

        'A salute to our Roots’

        Grandparents are the founders of a loving legacy, the greatest storytellers and the keepers of tradition.
        The students of class II Blueberries conducted the general assembly to honour the true pillars of strength in every family.
        The grandchildren expressed their love for grandparents through their captivating thoughts, poems and dohas.The assembly concluded with the promise by their grandchildren to garner love and support for their grandparents forever and also thanked the Almighty for blessing them with these divine treasures in their lives.

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