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GG International Scool

Session 2017-18


Report on Artificial Flower Making Event (Reduce, Refuse, Reuse and Recycle)



GGIS ATHA, Pimpri, Chinchwad & Rahtani  had arranged an Artificial Flower Making Event for the pre primary section on 22nd July 2017. The session was conducted in the respective classes. The sole objective of this workshop was to engage parents and their children in this creative activity and thus they spend quality time with each other. There was an overwhelming response from the parents. They were ready with innovative ideas and were enthralled to be a part of the event.




            Parent came up with many innovative ideas about how to make flowers from the waste materials. They used materials like plastic bottles, polythene bags, straws, disposable cups, glasses and plates, ribbons, mustard seeds, tea leaves, ice-cream sticks, newspapers, dry fruit shells, used beads etc. The final presentation was excellent.



Parents appreciated the entire GGIS staff and management for organizing the event. They were not only pleased but also eulogized the staff for giving an opportunity, as it was reminiscence of their childhood. They were delighted and look forward to be part of many more such events and to connect with their children.



The event was indeed success and laid emphasis on the concept of ‘Reduce, Refuse, Reuse and Recycle’.






Report on Inter-house Wall Art Graffiti Competition 2016-17



            'Art speaks where words are unable to explain'


An inter-house Wall Art Graffiti competition was held on 3rd September at G G International School. The students created beautiful wall art based on the theme- Each child is important. A healthy competition was organized to boost up their creativity expression and elicit in them a sense of responsibility. The students of four houses indulged in this activity and brought out their hidden skills to exhibit their class extraordinarily. They served more than just putting simple ideas across, they were more symbolic in nature.







The Judges of the competition – Mrs Sushmita and Mrs Vishakha M commented that each house was unique and showed the students’ commitment.






The rubrics for judgment were-Creativity, Originality, Interpretation and Clarity of the theme, Colour Combination, Overall design. The winners of the competition are as follows:

1st Position- Shravan House

2nd Position- Abhimanyu House







Don't take your organs to heaven with you.  Heaven knows we need them here. 



Don't think of organ donations as giving up part of you to keep a total stranger alive.  It's really a total stranger giving up almost all of them to keep part of you alive. This was the motive behind GGIS wanting to drill in the mind and heart of the students by organising a talk on the importance of organ donation was conducted in school on the 4th of July 2016.







The speaker- Dr. Prashant Borate, form Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital Mumbai, the eminent speaker for the day, enlightened the students about the benefits of organ donation.


He enumerated upon the various kinds of organ donations and also discussed the conditions in which such donations take place. Most importantly, he discussed about the reasons why people hesitate to go ahead with this noble act.


He presented statistics which revealed the sorry state of donations in India exhibiting a poor percentage of 0.08% as compared to Croatia, topping the world with 36.5% organ donation.






Speaking on the issue he further stated that a brain dead patient can actually save as high as eight lives, and therefore insisted upon the fact that people should consider organ donation whether in case of brain dead or natural death.

He beseeched the students to spread the message and inspire people to take up this noble task for a more sensitive society.