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"Success is where preparation and opportunity meet"

Sports build character, increase confidence, motivate kids to stay in school and aim for higher education; teaching life lessons that extend well beyond the playing field. Sports matters because :-

  • they can provide a child with a positive, influential role model in a life that may not have one, 

  • they reveal and develop character.

  • they can give a voice to the voiceless.

Sports matter for every community that needs something to rally. Sports are not just for the elite though; they are for everyone. Sports bring people together in teamwork, in being a fan, in being a part of something bigger. To benefit our children with above-mentioned things, this time, our ISA Project is emphasizing on ‘Sports-Gala’, which will aim on, overall development of the children through various sports activities of India and Afghanistan.

Ms. Leena Ganguly


The ISA project on UN Day Celebration focuses on sensitization of the students about the celebration of distinctive days of United Nations viz: International Yoga Day, World Post Day, World Peace Day, UN Day etc.

The activities planned under this project covering around 400 students of grade VIII are :-

  • International Yoga Day (as special event)

  • World Post Day- Display board and classroom activity

  • UN Day Celebration – Exhibition (through charts and models display)

The overall impact of their project will change the outlook of the students towards these days. They will be conscious of the values of these days adopting the ideals and enhancing their life skill.

Ms. Madhavi Sharma


"Enabling our children as the harbingers of global peace."

In this era of globalization, it is imperative to provide our students global exposure. Transcending the barriers of discrimination and developing reverence for the human family will benefit them in becoming messengers of peace and nurture global citizenship amongst them. Celebrating various international days, national days, as well as some festivals will enable our country round the globe, will enable our children to address issue encompassing them, their school, neighborhood nation and world with understanding and tolerance, they will emulate the spirit of ones and realize the importance of ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’, that is the world is family.

Ms. Reema Patel


This ISA project will help the children to learn about our country India and about its states. They will come to know about each state of India and their geographic location in the physical map. Activities like Fancy Dress Show, Special Assembly, Map Reading, and Food Habits of each state in their lunch will be conducted. All these activities are included in common minimum programme so that all the sections of the selected classes can be conducted with ease. Classes Nursery to class- I are associated with this project ‘The States Of India’. As a project leader I am extremely happy because children will learn about their own country India and its states in their early age of learning in a very interesting manner.

Ms. Sujata Bhattacharjee


The ISA project titled ‘Craft Station’ revolves around the fact that craft reflects the influence of different cultures. India is the only country that has an unbroken, living vibrant tradition of crafts. Throughout the centuries, crafts have been embedded as a culture and tradition within rural communities. The crafts of India are diverse, rich in history and religion. They have been valued throughout time; their existence today proves the efforts put into their preservation. The students will be able to understand the role of crafts community and its integral relationship to the Indian society. The students of grade VII will cover a wide range of activities beginning from Classroom Interaction, Scrapbook Preparation, and Exhibition & Video conferencing well incorporated in the Curriculum of school.

Ms. Rekha R. Yadav


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