Orange is the colour of joy and warmth. It also spreads the rays of beautiful and sparkling sunshine everywhere. Our little ones came dressed in vibrant and fluorescent shades of Orange and shared their knowledge about different Orange objects. It was great peer learning with fun.
We are proud to share that our student Tunav Mayani received the 'Cambridge Outstanding Learner Award' for being the Country topper in Information & Communication Technology in the IGCSE March 2021 Examination.
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We at The Universal School lay great emphasis on our academic program. Studying the correct subjects and a suitable start at Grade 9 makes all the difference in mapping career goals. To ascertain the subject choices available and make an informed decision regarding subject selection, an orientation for the students and parents of Grade 8 was conducted on Tuesday, 23rd November 2021, at 3:00 pm. As always, we endeavour to offer the best and the latest from global trends in education.
We at The Universal School Ghatkopar encourage Fair-trade by supporting United Nations Sustainable Development Goal No. 12- Responsible Consumption and Production. As a part of the Fair Trade Week celebrations, the students of grades 7 to 9 attended a webinar and got an opportunity to hear the entire journey of Indian Terrain collaborating with Fair Trade and adapting to sustainable development goal No 12- Production and Consumption. They also got to interact with the guest speaker Mr. Vidyuth Venkatesh Rajagopal, who holds the position of Joint Managing Director at Indian Terrain Fashions Ltd. and Managing Director & Director at Celebrity Fashions Ltd along with Mr. Abhishek Jain, CEO of Fair Trade India Project.
You make a living by what you get. You make a life by what you give.”
As a part of the British Council's International Dimension for schools project, students of Grade 8 took part in the essay writing activity on the topic ‘Why is Philanthropy important to society?’
Students of Grade 8 recognised philanthropy as a ‘love of humanity’ and worked on their essays to reflect the role of philanthropy in today’s society. The reflections, arguments and, findings were well documented and worked upon. Philanthropy was looked upon not just to give to society but also about the larger picture of solutions to social problems in societies today. Sharing a few essays written by the students.