Community outreach activity

To sensitize children about our environment and the planet, an organization called "Green Souls" conducted an enthusiastic and eye opening session with the children.

They actively involved children in addressing environmental, health and community issues by practicing sustainable urban farming in Mumbai.

There organic farms are setup to benefit the least privileged people in society by giving them access to healthy uncontaminated food, nature therapy and life skills training.

With volunteer support, previously unused spaces are cleaned- up and nurtured by converting tonnes of organic 'waste' into nutrient rich compost for growing food. This improves environmental health and creates habitats for biodiversity in urban areas at the same time.

Our aims are to bring more citizens together, to further develop innovative ways of growing food with least amount of resources and bring smiles into the community, for a more sustainable, healthy future for both society and our planet.

The Joy of Giving Week
"Happiness…… consists in giving, and in serving others"- Henry Drummond

We are indeed blessed and fortunate that God has been kind to us in so many ways. But there are a few who are not so fortunate and every small bit of empathy goes a long way in easing their pain and suffering.

It is also the right time to sensitise our children and teach them qualities of empathy, sympathy and caring towards the less fortunate. So as our initiative, the school encouraged the students to be a part of ‘The Joy of Giving’ week from 5th to 12th October, 2015.

The School along with the support and inputs from the PTA zeroed in on a few organisations that needed help. They were as follows:-

  • Bal Anand (an orphanage in Chembur)
  • Chembur Children's Home (Mankhurd)
  • Beggar's Home (Chembur)
  • Ashraya (for women and children, Chembur)

As per the requirements of the above mentioned organisations, children were encouraged to donate stationery items, toiletries, food items, utensils as per the choice.

The enthusiastic response from the students and parents left the members of the PTA and the school with the mammoth task of segregation and distribution of the items in an efficient and timely manner.

It was a very satisfying and enriching experience for all involved.