Our school collaborated with the city agricultural training center (TAYEM). We visited this institution with 35 students. The agricultural engineers gave trainings to our students about tree planting and basic agricultural techniques.
Diminishing air pollution in our city Tehran is the first step toward diminishing global warming and tackling climate change. In response to Greta Thunberg movement in Sweden we accelerated our efforts for performing the project.
We wanted to try to bring awarreness around efficient use of resources for living on a cleaner planet. Last year we collected recyclable paper in order to encourage our school community to save energy and trees.
An exhibition was organised by Subodh Public School, Airport under the banner of International School Awards. The topic for the same was ‘Museums- Untitled Treasury of Generalisations’.
School “Bereginya” 684 in St Petersburg recently hosted a conference of 7th graders on a very important and relevant topic “Homeless animals”.
On October 26th, members of the Life-Link organization at SSHL in Sigtuna, Sweden gathered to plant spring bulbs by the entrance of our school with the help of one of our gardeners.
Him Academy Public School
Nature is an eternal blessing for humanity and to foster gratitude and love for it, HAPS organizes various activities throughout multiple sessions. In this context, Him Academy Public school observed World Life Week from 1st October to 8th October. Early morning nature walks and honing understanding of different bird species became daily routine of students. On 6th October, students participated in quiz and poster making competitions on biodiversity organized by the District forest department. Samriti of class +2 bagged 3rd position in Quiz competition whereas Aditya and Garima of class +2 bagged 2nd and 3rd position respectively. In poster making competition Ms. Pooja Sharma TGT Science received appreciation certificate for her contribution. Principal HAPS Ms. Vineeta Gupta congratulated the prize winners.
Birds are indicators of the environment. If they are in trouble, we know we’ll soon be in trouble too. Care for birds is care for nature and life itself. During wild life week 2018 HAPSians got opportunity to tend and nurse an injured bat a mammal of the order of chiroptera. After two days the bird was healed and restored to health by students of HAPS. Students learnt to respect life in its various manifestations. Vice chairperson HAPS Mrs. C.P. Lakhanpal and Principal HAPS Ms. Vineeta Gupta congratulated students on this act of kindness.