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August 2012 update

Date: August 31, 2012 Author: Rachel Categories: News

After the monsoon holiday we got straight back into the swing of things! A lot happened this month. Here are the highlights.

Art Competition.

The students were challenged to design a poster depicting any natural disaster or environmental problem as a result of pollution. There were many good entries, but the winners were: Lakshmi (8th Class), Kundan (8th Class) and Rani (7th Class) Well done to everyone who took part.

poster comp aug 2012


Jagori Group Visit.

Our students were honoured to welcome back the ladies from the Jagori women’s group, who once again lead a fun day full of exciting workshops for our students. The topic was gender awareness and everyone enjoyed themselves and learned a lot.
Jagori Aug 2012


August is always a busy time, as we test our students in their annual exams. nearly all of our students did really well this year and put in a lot of hard work studying. May they continue to work hard and do well, especially 8th Class who will have their 8th Standard exams in March 2013.
Exams Aug 2012

Science competition, Round 2.

Last year 2 of our students were lucky enough to be selected to win a personal scholarship, as a reward for their commitment to their studies and personal achievement. This August saw round 2. One the first day Kundan (8th Class) showed off and explained his model on solar energy. On the second day Deeksha (10th Standard) demonstrated her model of the human eye and all its working parts. Unfortunately, neither of them were selected to go further in the competition, but they are still winners. Their hard work and achievement is a credit to them, their parents and our school. Well done both of you, we are very proud of you!
Science competition 2012


Gamru School Documentary!

Our wonderful friend, Ronnie from TenProductions finished the documentary he so kindly donated to our school. Filming started when he attended our Annual Function in October and was ‘blown away’ by our students. Over the last few months he has continued to film the students at various times and has worked on producing the short film to help us raise awareness of  our school. Please watch this amazing short documentary, which appears on our Homepage.

Thank you Ronnie, from all of us. You are a truly wonderful and giving person and it is an honour and a pleasure to know you.