Ages 9 years to 14 years: Stage entry Workshop: Introductory theatre course which will enable the children to undergo the process of story/play creation and basic on stage techniques to create a play. Different concepts like Voice Modulation, Expressions and Theatre Ethics will be covered during the 5 day session.
Gulmohar Days and Taal Inc. bring you a two-day Kids in Rhythm Workshop this summer. April 10th and 11th.
Ages 3 to 6 yrs from 11.30 am to 12.30 pm
Ages 7 to 10 years from 10.30 am to 11.30 am.
Pls email us on email@example.com or call us on 91-7387096225 for registration details.
Admissions into the Montessori Toddler, Year 1, Year 2 and Year 3 programmes for the academic year June 2015 commence from Monday, the 1st of December 2014. Kindly contact the office on 9890530248 or write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request for an appointment. Admissions will be on a first come basis.
Montessori Toddler: 2 years and above
Montessori Year 1: 3 years
Montessori Year 2: 4 years
Montessori Year 3: 5 years
The immense support of her parents and her six months long tough training and hard work is what helped her successfully complete this exhilarating escapade . Packed with goods like foreclaz trekking shoes , jackets ,dry fruits and most importantly faith , she set off from Kathmandu to a village called Lukla by a tiny jet after which her trek actually started.
With twenty eight other people, including her father, she faced the undergrowth of pine cone forests , rocks and then thick snow .According to Dhwani, the mules ,yaks and jobgyos were a great help. She also extends great thanks to the sherpas without whose help the trip would have been even more perilous . Dhwani says that everyday was a new challenge. Everyday the slope grew steeper and an overwhelming tiredness seized her. No bridges ,slippery ice and sense of danger every where but the thought of reaching there kept her going .Her frozen knees , breathlessness at night and the sense of nausea made her feel uncomfortable every now and then . Her throat yearned for WARM water and HOT soothing food. But her strong will shielded her against all negative thoughts.
Dhwani also says that the mountains are definitely a beautiful place and that she would love to go back there again. The serene nature and tranquillizing scenes fascinated her. She went there representing her school , The Bishops School , and came back making her school , her parents and everyone proud.
Dhwani shares that, one of the best moments were when she and her group sang the school song and the Indian national anthem on reaching the base camp. There was a wave of satisfaction within them. Today Dhwani greatly misses the mountains and the silence there. Lastly she shares ,” Positivity, respect for nature and to value what we have got are the three main life lessons I have learnt.” She says that the silence and peace there greatly fascinated her because ”where there is silence there is magnificence.”
Date: Saturday, the 18th of October, 2014.
Time : one hour slots from 10 am to 1.00 pm.
Last year we painted a 100 diyas!! This year lets do more!! See you all!!