Educational Initiatives has been identified as a high quality, hub for creating Super Thinkers! Its quality of teaching and attention to detail when it comes to moulding young minds to think ahead of the curve has helped elevate the school and its teaching staff, a cut above the rest! This selection is based on the … Continue reading “Shishukunj Declared a Hub of Super Thinkers”
We are extremely proud to share that Aavya Thacker of I H has made her way into the India Book of Records. She bagged a certificate of merit for the Longest Duration to Hold Headstand Position by a Child. We are very happy for Aavya and wish her all the best for her future endeavours.
Heartiest Congratulations to Dhruv Dhakad of Class VI D for publishing his book Journey Through My Dreams. Dhurv’s book , Journey Through My Dreams is all about dreams , imagination and the world of fantasy. The young author says the book is about his own journey from dreams to reality. He has been selected as … Continue reading “Shishyan Dhruv Dhakad turns author”
We are delighted to announce that Shishyan Neer Pandey of Class XI won the Silver Award in the 5th World Youth Olympiad KIYO4i 2020 organised by Government of South Korea in the Best Invention Category for her idea ” Corona Awareness Ladder Board Game”. She was supported by Ms. Swasti Gautam of Symbiosis School of … Continue reading “Shishyan Excels in 5th World Youth Olympiad KIYO4i 2020”
Ananya Saggi and Hrishabh Zatakia of Class X were invited by The Dainik Bhaskar to design and edit the Children’s Day Special page.
The AFS Chpater Meet was held in The Shishukunj International School on Monday 21 October 2019. Volunteers from 15 schools attended the meet. The main agenda of the meet was to discuss the AFS India Global Peace Fest, Indore Chapter on November 15 2019. The fest is to be hosted by Vidyasagar School and all … Continue reading “AFS Chapter Meet”
A group of students of Class VIII, volunteered to be scribes for the students of the Helen Keller Center for the Visually Challenged. They wrote the Class X Board exams for 20 students. Being able to lend a little help to students who are visually challenged was indeed a humbling experience for the Shishyans.
Keeping in mind that English is an international language and a passport to many new and interesting avenues, the students and teachers have been conducting English speaking classes for the helpers of the school. Held twice a week after school hours, the classes aim to equip the ‘students’ with English speaking skills. With regular written … Continue reading “English Classes for helpers of the school”
The Thanksgiving Week was celebrated with great enthusiasm in the school. Feeling the need for sharing with those who are not so blessed as them, students initiated a Share a Toy and Spread the Joy campaign. Attractive posters were put up all over the school requesting students to share their old toys. Students also made … Continue reading “Share a Toy and Spread the Joy”
A group of students and teachers conducted an art workshop in a government school in Jhalaria. Armed with crayons, paints and all the required stationery, they taught children how to draw and paint. An art competition followed, in which the best three entries were awarded prizes.
A group of students from Shishukunj performed a Nukkad Natak for students of a government school in Jhalaria village. The importance of education, health hygiene, cleanliness and also reducing the use of plastic was very effectively brought out through this Nukkad Natak. Students also presented a group song and made the school children sing along … Continue reading “Nukkad Natak”
Shishyans came out in large numbers to purchase Raakhis made by students of the Madhya Pradesh Dhristiheen Kalyan Sangh This “Raakhee Sale” is a regular feature in the school. The hand made Raakhees are highly appreciated by the students and teachers alike, leading to a good sale of the same. This is just a small … Continue reading “Raakhee Sale”
In order to reach out to the children of Jhalaria, the school started a new initiative in the summer of 2015. Five days a week enrichment classes are held for students studying in the government school of Jhalaria village. They are not only taught the subjects ( English, Hindi, Science and Social Studies ), but … Continue reading “REACHING OUT”
While coming to school daily by bus, students used to notice a lot of garbage in a vacant plot in the vicinity of the school. Instead of just complaining and waiting for the ‘authorities‘ to do something, they decided it was time for ACTION. Armed with gloves and bags, they decided to go there and … Continue reading “Our neighbourhood … our responsibility”