A tale recounting one man’s transformation from a cold, avaricious, heartless miser to a kind, generous, and humane soul, A Christmas Carol remains one of the best-known works of Charles Dickens. Through the musical staged by the students, the saga of Ebenezer Scrooge was once again recounted, to show how the character redeemed himself by changing his disposition, thereby highlighting the importance of forgiveness, generosity and compassion in character building. Though this timeless story has seen several iterations both on stage and on celluloid, the presentation by the students of the school was immensely appreciated by the audience, comprising of parents and grandparents, for its melodious rendition of carols, well-choreographed dances and character depiction!!

    In collaboration with The United Nations Information Centre (UNIC) of India and Bhutan, City Montessori School, Rajendra Nagar Campus II, Lucknow organized ‘Vasudha International- A Quest for Sustainable Development’- an inter school event, seeking participation of students in a movement to create a sustainable planet. The project aimed at working towards the Sustainable Development Goals defined by the United Nations and accepted by all nations of the world in order to have a progressive, sustainable and peaceful world by 2030. The participants researched on issues related to their chosen theme, sensitized others and conceptualized concrete ways to take action. They created a short documentary of the entire experiential learning project right from the conception, ideation, research, groundwork, community support and sustainable values acquired or delivered. Of the 5 essential elements- Jal (Water), Vaayu (Air), Urja (energy), Vann ( Forests) and Kutumb (Community) that constitute the planet as a whole, 4 students of Grade 6 worked on the theme ‘JAL’ under the guidance of their mentor Matrayee Singh, were declared winners and conferred with the “Jalvaayu Mitra Award”. Congratulations Team THS-N!!!

      An eminent Clinical Psychologist with over 30 years of experience in the field of mental health, Dr Roma Kumar addressed parents of Grades 3-6 on identifying and managing issues that could be a result of the changes children undergo at puberty. She highlighted the importance of parental supervision, guidance and understanding during this critical transitional period. While strongly advocating the need for emotional learning in children at a young age, for them to understand and accept discipline as part of the parenting process, she reiterated the value of parents staying connected with their wards and providing them the comfort of being heard and treated with respect. She helped them with seeing new ways of approaching change, identifying practical solutions and uncovering tools that could help them approach change positively. The workshop gave hope, inspiration and answers to many parents seeking guidance for their children, as well as, for themselves.

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