School Buzz

Bring to the table win-win survival strategies to ensure proactive domination, a new normal that has evolved from generation.
May 25, 2020

Multiple Intelligences Activities <div class="woocommerce"> <div class="woocommerce-info wc-memberships-restriction-message wc-memberships-message wc-memberships-content-restricted-message"> To access this post, you must purchase <span class="wc-memberships-products-grant-access"><a href="">Little Primary Plus</a></span>. </div> </div>

May 5, 2020

Every year Earth Day is marked on 22nd April to inspire awareness of and appreciation for the Earth’s environment.

This year’s celebration marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. Due to the COVID-19 lockdown globally, the Earth Day 2020 Celebration is the first-ever Digital Earth Day.

Ryanites of Sohna Road,Gurugram exhibited their creativity, innovation,ambition and bravery through participation in various activities to seize the enormous opportunities of a ‘Zero Carbon Future’.

[FinalTilesGallery id=’4′]

As a part of ongoing E- Learning practices, students conveyed their messages through posters, slogans, book marks,poem recitation and digital Earth Day messages.
The School Principal, Mrs Peeya Sharma applauded all the Green Warriors for exploring the vast opportunities of action on climate change.


 4,702 total views

May 4, 2020

Ryan International School, Sector 31, Gurugram earnestly follows the visionary ideals of their Respected Chairman Sir, Dr A.F Pinto all through the year. This year while being in lockdown at home due to the global corona virus pandemic this was not an exception.

Under the vision, “Environment”, the school organized some competitions for students in which they participated while being at home to commemorate “Earth day”.


The Earth Day is a day to showcase environmental education, highlight the efforts and commitment to our mother nature and engage the whole student community in making a difference. Students from Classes I to V participated in a slogan writing competition on the Topic ‘Earth Day’, Classes VI to VIII observed the day through a Drawing/Painting Competition on the theme ‘How to Save Earth from different Pollution’ and the senior wing i.e. Classes IX and X participated in an Essay and Poetry Writing Competition with the Topic ‘Earth Day’.


The creative pieces were sent to the respective class teachers for appreciations. To make a difference sitting at home the students were also asked to plant a sapling in any waste or unused container or pot by stem-cutting methods. The students were also urged to sow seeds of general vegetables like tomato, chilly, black grams, coriander etc for regular home use purpose. These activities brought them much more close to nature during this lockdown phase.


School Head Ms N. Geeta Srinivasa congratulated all the participants who being at home during this lockdown phase tried to do something different as guided by their mentors who had given them the beautiful vision of protecting the environment. She also stated that every person has a duty to cooperate with the state organs in protecting and conserving the environment and to ensure ecologically sustainabledevelopment.


Play word search. Lets see how many words you can find.

[game-wordsearch id=”5242″ ]

 9,337 total views