World Post Office Day
Today when text messages and E-mails have replaced traditional post cards and letter writing, C M INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL students and teachers wish to revive and remember the old medium of interpersonal communication. So, On 9th Oct 2019 the school celebrated world post day by writing letters to their family and friends and posted in a letter box, All the teachers and student enthusiastically participated in the activity and shower their feelings and emotions in words.
*”If we have the KHADI spirit in us, then we should surround ourselves with simplicity in every walk of life.”*
*Khadi Day is celebrated on 2nd October every year.The purpose of celebrating this day is to promote local handicraft products in society. On the occasion of 150th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, the father of the nation, C M International School celebrated Khadi Day as we had Handicraft Exhibition Cum Sale with varieties of stalls put up by our students of grade 1 to 5. Primary school students made beautiful handicraft item out of waste material which were put on sale. Grade 5 students put up food stalls. Everyone enjoyed the mouth watering food delicacies. Also this day brought up with Attractions for Diwali Decorations, Kurtis Cosmetics items, Handbags and Homemade items.
Along with the fun filled activities, we tried to inculcate the sense of responsibility and the value of empathy and brotherhood in our students as the money collected by students eith their stalls will be used for social cause.
World Tourism Day
“The desire to explore new places and cultures has helped the world to come together and connect effectively.”
World Tourism Day is celebrated on 27th September every year. The purpose of celebrating this day is to make people aware of tourism around the world.
India is a host country for World Tourism Day 2019. It was chosen because it has a different geographical entity than the rest of Asia. India can offer a tourist different tourism choices, diverse cuisines, arts, faiths, music forms, adventures places, history and even language.
Keeping this in mind Pre-primary section of C M International School celebrated World Tourism Day on 27th September 2019 by making the models of various monuments of India like Taj Mahal, Golden Temple, Lotus Temple, Shaniwar wada, Charminar,India Gate, Iron Pillar, Qutub Minar etc from the waste materials. Also, children gained knowledge of different tourist places and monuments of India and were very happy to see miniature models of the monuments.
हिंदी विश्व की प्राचीन, समृद्ध और सरल भाषा है |
हिंदी भारत ही नहीं बल्कि दुनिया के कई देशों में बोली जाती है |
हिन्दी भारत में सर्वाधिक बोली जाने वाली भाषा है| यही वजह है कि राष्ट्रपिता महात्मा गांधीजी ने हिन्दी को जनमानस की भाषा कहा था |
बोलते वक्त हम ज्यादातर अंग्रेजी भाषा के शब्दों का इस्तेमाल करते है, और तो और हिन्दी के कई शब्द चलन से ही हट गए |ऐसे में हिन्दी दिवस को मनाना जरूरी है,
ताकि लोगों को यह याद रहे कि हिन्दी हमारी राजभाषा है|
ऐसे मे हिन्दी भाषा के महत्व को समझाने के लिए सी. एम. इंटरनॅशनल विद्यालय में हिन्दी सप्ताह ९ से १३ सितंबर तक मनाया गया |
हिन्दी दिवस के मौके पर कई कार्यक्रमों का आयोजन किया गया जैसे कविता स्पर्धा, नुक्कड़ नाटक, लेखन स्पर्धा और कवि सम्मेलन|
विद्यार्थियों ने उत्साह से उसमे भाग लिया और हिन्दी भाषा के महत्व को भी समझा | हिन्दी दिवस के अवसर पर प्रमुख अतिथि और प्रधानाचार्या जी के द्वारा छात्रों को प्रमाणपत्र देकर प्रोत्साहित किया गया
There are many ways to educate a child. School field trip is a one such effective educational activity for students that helps facilitate fast and efficient learning. Instead of just reading and writing in the classroom, CMIS takes the effort to offer creative learning to students through field trips.
As an effort to create awareness about day to day household activities of community and to show the things which we get from plants and animals the pre-primary students of CMIS went for a field trip to D-Mart on 9th, 10th and 11th September 2019 in co-ordination with D-Mart management.D-Mart is a chain of hypermarkets in different parts of India . The children observed and learnt about different types of food items like cereals, pulses, nuts, spices, oils, gums, pencils, erasers, paper and clothes, which we get from plants. They also explored the things like bags, shoes, milk products which we get from animals. They shared their learning and happiness to teachers.Also, they saw different departments and learned how to purchase and how to pay at mall. The students enjoyed the visit.
International Literacy Day
Literacy is a human right, a tool of personal empowerment and a means for social and human development. Educational opportunities depend on literacy.
Literacy is at the heart of basic education for all, and essential for eradicating poverty, reducing child mortality, curbing population growth, achieving gender equality and ensuring sustainable development, peace and democracy.
A good quality basic education equips pupils with literacy skills for life and further learning; literate parents are more likely to send their children to school; literate people are better able to access continuing educational opportunities; and literate societies are better geared to meet pressing development .”
Keeping this aspect in mind C M International School celebrated International Literacy Day on 7th September. Children were explained the importance of Literacy by a very motivational speech given by one of the students.Stamp Designing activity was done by primary and secondary students based on the theme Child Rights.
Students actively took part in it and it was a great learning experience for them.
*“ Nobody can do for little children what grandparents do. Grandparents sort of sprinkle stardust over the lives of little children”*
Grandparents are the family’s greatest treasure, the founders of a loving legacy, the greatest storytellers, and the keepers of tradition. Through their special love and care, grandparents keep a family close at heart. To honour them of C M International School celebrated Grandparents Day on Saturday, 7 September 2019.
Ganesh Chauthi is a 10 day festival celebrated to honour lord Ganesha’s birthday. During the festival colourful pandals are set up and Lord Ganesha is worshipped. Ganesha is the god of arts and sciences and the deva of wisdom. Ganesha, popularly worshiped for his ability to remove obstacles and bring good fortune. Today ,on 3/10/2019, at CMIS we also worshipped Lord Ganesha with a great fervor and joy.
But with a pledge not to harm Mother Nature in the name of the Holy God! We at CMIS realise that we are beyond the time to spread awareness, now is the time to start a movement because the movement begins with you! Staying true to this statement we have used Eco -friendly Ganesh idol made up of our green friends.
National Sports Day
Sports gives us a good exercise which makes us physically strong and increases our stamina and strength.
National Sports Day, also known as Rashtriya Khel Divas, marks the birth anniversary of Major Dhyan Chand, the legendary hockey player who was born on August 29 in the year 1905. This day is observed every year to spread awareness about the importance of sports and games in the life of every individual.
Keeping this in mind C M International school organised National Sports Day on 29th August 2019. Various local games like Kho-kho, kabaddi, tyre race, dog and the bone, lingorcha, langdi, etc were organised for our students.By playing Indian local games , children were able to connect with their roots and this had a lifelong impact on them.
Krishna Janmashtami also known as Janmashtami or Gokulashtami, is an annual Hindu festival that celebrates the birth of Krishna , the eighth avatar of Vishnu.
Keeping this in mind C M International School celebrated Janmashtami with full enthusiasm on 23rd August 2019. Students were explained about the importance of Janmashtami with a beautiful message to the students that this festival teaches us to be friendly and also the value of sharing. Students performed a dance and they made a pyramid also. The awesome performance were applauded and appreciated by everyone. As Lord Krishna loved milk,curd and butter kept in handi, a beautiful decorated handi was prepared in the school with a lovely backdrop. The involvement of children in the celebration at such a tender age was worth applauding.
Quit India Day
We will always remember the sacrifices made by our leaders in their fight for freedom.
In order to teach our children the value of Independence, we at C M International School celebrated Quit India Day which played major part in the fight for freedom. On 8th August 1942 Gandhiji addressed the people and asked them to participate in Quit India Movement. We at CMIS celebrated this with a rally with students holding placards of famous slogans of the freedom fighters on 8th August 2019.
Speeches were given by the students who were dressed as freedom fighters.
White colour day celebration was also held on same day. Teachers and students came to school in white attire. Children were very excited to celebrate white colour day with their friends.
Literary week is a time honored tradition.
It is dedicated to spreading the word about children’s literature and encouraging the joy of reading.
Keeping this in mind CMIS celebrated The literary week from 15th to 19th July 2019.
Various activities were conducted during the week to hone written and spoken expression and faster reading habits in our students.Apart from displays, exhibition of student work and theme based assemblies , the English Department organised a series of activities appropriate for various grade levels.
The school wore a festive look with colourful posters and copies of students work on display.
The week started on 15th of July with an assembly in which students took the pledge to use English as their only language of communication .
Mascot was arranged with the support of scholastic group which was named as Clifford as it is it’s official mascot.
The literary week culminated with a final round of competition in which the winners were awarded by the chief guest Mrs Uma Hiramath who is a subject matter expert at scholastic.
The week turned out to be an extremely engaging experience mixing learning with fun for the children.
World Emoji Day
World Emoji Day takes place every year on July 17. Emojis have become an integral part of our conversations.
Emojis are digital icons used to represent an idea ,emotion or just to replace a word through electonic means. There’s an emoji for almost every feeling now. Over the past years, emojis have evolved from expressing just the basic human feelings.
C M International school celebrated World Emoji Day on 17th July 2019. A small act was performed during the assembly. Students came dressed in yellow attire.
#CMIS# celebrate Emoji day#love for yellow.
Ashadi Ekadashi is one of the most important religious festival celebrated in Maharashtra..Dindi processions from all over go on foot to Pandharpur to pay obesiance to Lord Vitthal.
Ashadi Ekadashi was celebrated with much fervous and enthusiasm in C M International School on 12th July 2019.
Our students came dressed up as Lord Vitthal and Rukmini,girls came dressed in Navari sarees carrying tulsi plants and boys came dressed up as Warkaris and participated in a mock dindi. Students were explained about the importance of Ekadashi,they performed a dance, boys played taals and girls played fugdi.It was totally funfilled activity.
# cmis#culture#tradition# colourful#mesmerizing
International Day of Yoga
“A healthy mind resides in a healthy body”
International Day of Yoga, or commonly and unofficially referred to as Yoga Day, is celebrated annually on 21 June since its inception in 2015. An international day for yoga was declared unanimously by the United Nations General . CMIS believes in Practice of yoga, meditation, spreading awareness about yoga and adopting it in one’s lifestyle. So on the occasion of International yoga day a good rejuvinating session on yoga was conducted by Ms. Neelu Chaparwal and Ms. Seema Malewar from Vedic Yoga and Yoga path after assembly for all students as well as staff members. Benefits of yoga and how to adopt Yoga in our lifestyle was explained very well to the children. Children enjoyed trying various Yoga asanas and pledged to lead a healthy lifestyle.
June 20, 2019 is a very important day for CM International School, which is a significant part of SKP Campus, as we reflect and honour our Founding Fathers for the commitment, resilience and dedication they displayed to see their vision of this institution come to reality.
Today is the day in the year when the staff met together as a whole campus to express gratitude to our Hon. Founder President, Mr. Ganpatrao Mhatuji Balwadkar, for his wisdom and ambition in establishing this campus in Pune. More than 30 years ago this day, he started a school for the girls living in the vicinity so that they do not have to go far for schooling and this venture has now grown into this most sought after centre of education. It is a day of celebration and the occasion on which we can wish SKP Campus a very happy birthday.
C M International School celebrated this Founders Day uniquely by organizing a plantation drive with Mr. Ganpatrao Mhatuji Balwadkar along with the students of C M International School and a drawing competition with signature campaign on the theme of ‘Pledge to Save Environment’ for all the students.
This day’s celebration was marked with fun activities aiming to support ‘A Greener Tomorrow’.
International Dance Day
International Dance Day is celebrated all around the world on 29th April since 1982,on the birth anniversary of Jean George’s Noverre the creator of modern ballet.
We at CMIS celebrated this event on 7th June 2019.
The students performed synchronized dance in the assembly followed by a dance routine which the children and all the teachers enjoyed.
#worlddanceday #cmis dancing #excitement
World environment day
World environment day is an opportunity for us to thank nature for giving us bountiful resources. We all are consumers. It’s high time that we become mindful consumer. On this environment day, thought provoking questions were asked to the students: Do we really need to wrap the gift with glossy, non- biodegradable gift wrap paper? After opening the gift it immediately goes into dustbin.
We visit many places. Do we respect these tourist destinations? Do we see to it that they remain as clean and beautiful as they were before? A message went to the students to be a mindful consumer.
Children made many things out of waste.
Demonstration of making natural floor cleaner was carried out with the help of citrus fruit peels, jaggery and water. We will be using it in school once it’s ready. CMIS takes pride in being an ambassador for environmental issues. Our secondary students did an activity of logo making and all the students enjoyed a gallery walk on this world environment day.
#environmentday #letsprotect mother earth