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‘Recycle all Recyclable items and make the EARTH GREENER and CLEANER………’ This is the motto that we follow at The Foundation School and to achieve this, numerous activities are conducted from time to time. On 7th August 2019, the students of class IV ( Suhana, Attyaksh and Shaumik ) visited the neighbourhood municipal school with their Citizenship teachers, Ms. Sangeeta Aswani and Ms. Neeti Gupta. It was a pleasant day and the surroundings at the SDMC school were green and lively. The team was welcomed by the staff there. Our students carried...


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To help train the specially-abled children at Palna with simple skills, we are collecting ONLY the following items. Please DONT buy these items only recyclable items that are lying unused at home. These may be sent to the class teacher by Fri, 12 July 2019. Sturdy empty shoe boxes in small sizes. Any type and colour of sequins/ beads, shells/ pearls which can be used for art and craft. Any colour of full sheets of thick chart paper. Any colour of Fevicryl paint or poster colours / brushes. Any size and shape of very small...


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Dear Parents, In support of The Earth Saviours' Foundation and abandoned senior citizens, we will be collecting bedsheets, blankets, clothes, uniforms, pulses, rice and biscuits at the PTM on Saturday,19 September, 2015. Those wishing to, may deposit these items with the Shram Daan Counter on that day. Thank you in advance for your generosity. Citizenship Programme.


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As per our yearly tradition, a day after Earth Day, on 23 April, 2018, we collected paper and cloth bags from two friendly provision stores in the neighbourhood, Bikaner Sweets and Commonwealth Stores for the children to decorate with slogans/pictures relevant to Earth Day. Students across the classes participated in this project. Once the bags were complete, Ms. Aswani along with Ms.Neeti Gupta and some students went to restore the bags to the respective shops with a request to use the bags on Earth Day while packing goods for their customers. Our...


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At The Foundation School, The Citizenship Programme enables the children to participate in different activities that gives them an opportunity to participate in community projects. This time, 9 children accompanied by teachers visited The Golden Estate, a resident centre for senior citizens that provides a respectable living environment for those whose grown up children live abroad or for those who are single and cant look after themselves as they age due to their deteriorating health. We were welcomed warmly by the managing members and the children quickly mingled with the residents...


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The Foundation School conducts an effective Citizenship Programme to ingrain the spirit of responsibility to society. The children of classes 4 and 5 were taken to a nearby MCD school to showcase a nukkad natak on 10th October, 2017. The play was themed Gandhi and his Principles and the children performed enthusiastically. The concept of the natak was one that set out to teach the message of Honesty, Peace, Non-Violence and Cleanliness, in a fun filled way. The young presenters also spoke about how burning crackers pollutes the environment. The children and...


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On 23rd August, 2017, we went across to the area beneath the Moolchand Flyover with Citizenship Coordinator, Ms. Sangeeta Aswani and School librarian, Ms. Romi Bali for a 'Spot Fix' job. The Indian School students had earlier covered the vandalised spaces on the pillars of the flyover with beautiful graffiti. But what we saw was very distressing. Freshly pasted posters of DUSU candidates jostled for space on the painted walls! We patiently peeled off the posters using our tools and soapy water. Passersby happily joined in to lend a hand as we...


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