Parenting Seminar-“A Talk on Empowering Parents” was conducted on 18th Feb’2017(Saturday) by a Renowned Educationist and Motivational Speaker Mr. C.B. Mishra. The session incorporated various parenting issues that may need urgent attention for all age groups.
Speaker: Mr. C.B. Mishra
(Principal of a Renowned CBSE School in Delhi, Academician, Educationist, a CBSE Mentor, Member of the academic council of renowned university and a CBSE certified trainer)
Topics for the Seminar:
• Behavioural Problems with Children and Adolescent Child
• Preparing for Evaluation/Assessment and CBSE examination
• Teaching important Life-skills/Value Education
• Importance of Parent in a child’s life- Creating and maintaining the place.
Gaurs International School believes in implementing new ideas to expreience new learning and build fresh memories. In this quest to explore something new, we planned an exciting meet on 21st January 2017.
Harit Vatika -In-House Kitchen garden-Inauguration-on 21st January 2017, Gaurs International School Inaugurated Harit Vatika -In-House kitchen garden. This initiative is an effort oto explain students how plants are grown, which part is eaten and what health benefits each palnt provides us.
The Pre-Primary children represented the patriotic hero’s of the nation and saluted the independent and vibrant India on the 68th republic day. Freedom in mind, faith in our hearts and memories in our souls. Let’s salute the nation on republic day.
Mr. Manoj Gaur- Managing Director, Gaursons India Ltd. and Mrs. Manju Gaur- Director, Gaursons India Ltd give away the Best Debut Director Award to Ashwini Iyer Tiwari at 62nd JIO Filmfare Awards 2017.
It was held at NSCI Dome, Worli in Mumbai on January 14th 2017.
A great moment for Gaurs family and the Gaurs group feels highly honoured to be associated with Filmfare.
24TH DECEMBER GRAND FINALE IN 18 ACRE GAUR CITY SPORTS COMPLEX. CHIEF GUEST MR. NARENDER KUMAR JI FORMER CHAIRMEN DPS SOCIETY AND GUEST OF HONOUR MR. MADAN LAL FORMER INDIAN CRICKETER AND ARJUNA AWARDEE WERE A PART OF THE DAY AND NIGHT CRICKET MATCH.
Jo Jeeta Wohi SIkander - Season 2 Pre-Nursery to Class II total of 618 students participated in the Junior Athletic Meet with fun-filled and themed races in the 18 acres Gaur City Sports Complex. Mr. Madan Lal, Arjuna Awardee and Former Indian Test Cricketer was the esteemed Chief Guest of the event accompanied by the Chairman Mr.B.L Gaur , Managing Director - Mr.Manoj Gaur and Director - Mrs. Manju Gaur of Gaursons India Ltd.
We at Gaurs International School believe that children of today are the future citizens of tomorrow. Apart from imparting knowledge, children need to be nurtured holistically to make them independent, confident, and versatile so that they can face all the challenges of life. Sports activities help every child in achieving these attributes and building their overall personality. At Gaurs International School we practice in giving each and every child chance to participate in the event, helping them understand the ground and from the children take off as champions of life.
Adventure Camp at Gaurs International School. The students had a full day of fun, games, rides and enjoyed the activities organized by Rocksport.
Students of GIS explored and experienced the importance of wilderness wildlife & wild animals play a huge role in our life. Tiny tots were made aware of wild life conservation and how to value it. Wild animals have always fascinated toddlers and today the pre-primary wing was alive with growls, howls and Roars of the Lions, Giraffe and Tiger.
Young leaders of Gaurs International School met the Honourable President of India Shri Pranab Mukherjee on the occasion of Children Day on 14 th November 2016. !!!!!
Cultural exchange programme between the students of Gaurs International School and school farthest of our country Kargil -Ladhak
A Mesmerizing cultural rendezvous of Gaurs International School with Munshi Habibullah Mission School, Kargil- Ladhak – The farthest school situated in North western Himalayas.
This beautiful connotation of both the school started at Gandhi Smriti, New Delhi on 2nd Oct 2016, on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti. Students from both the school had an opportunity to perform in front of highest dignitaries from our country and overseas in the Musical Tribute to Bapuji. This acquaintance transformed to be a long lasting bond when the students interacted and extended warm invites. The culmination of this invite turned into an extravagant affair on 5th Oct 2016 when the Kargil School team shook hands for a cultural exchange with the students of Gaurs International School in the said premises. The guest’s students were ecstatic and excited to see Gaurs International School premises. They were thrilled to see the basketball court, badminton court, skating rink and boxing ring. Children and educators from both the school were exhilarated with overall experience. . Principal of Gaurs International School Mrs. Debaroti Bose and Mr. Ajaz Hussain Munshi Administrator Of Munshi Habib Ullah Mission mutually agreed to continue this cultural association further and our students accepted the invitation laid by Kargil learners for a momentarily visit. The whole program me was conceptualized by Mr. Abhishek Chaubey, Music faculty Gaurs International School.
School trip!! Always brings a feeling of joy and zing. Students of GIS enjoyed a fun filled educational trip to the ancient city of Agra and Fatehpur Sikri. They were mesmerized by the beauty of Mughal architecture portrayed in white marbles of Taj Mahal and Red sandstone of Agra Fort, Bulund Darwaza and many more.
Grandparents day celebration
Students of Gaurs International School were privileged to meet and interact with Mr. Kirti Azad, Former Indian Cricketer and a Member of Parliament .The highlight of his career was being part of the Indian team that won the 1983 Cricket World Cup.
WINNERS ALL THE WAY !!!
Students of GIS won the inter-school Dance Competition held in Greater Valley School on 23rd August, 2016.Congratulation to the dance team and their mentor Mr.Rachit Barnwal.
An interactive session with Dr. Mahesh Sharma – Minister of Culture and Tourism, Government of India. The students of Gaurs International School were privileged to meet the minister and discuss about how a common man can bring about change in the country and be the change himself. An inspiring and motivational evening for the students and staff.
Aaya Rakhi ka tyohaar.... Lekar bhai behan ka pyaar..... Students of GIS celebrated Rakshabandhan in school with all the members.!!!
On the occasion of Independence Day students of Gaurs International School were privileged to meet Dr. Manmohan Singh,former Prime Minister of India and Mr. Rahul Gandhi.
Gaurs International School celebrated 70th Independence Day on 15th August .Students pledged to keep their surrounding clean and started Swacch Bharat Abhiyan in the school premises.
The day started with flag hoisting ceremony by the Chairman Mr. B.L. Gaur and family along with the students, staff and parents. Highlights of the occasion were, kite flying, pigeon flying, student choir performance, dance depicting the essences of national strength and love for your motherland. The performances culminated in skating extravaganza by the students. The celebration was a perfect blend of nationality and harmony and it reminded everyone the untold sacrifices of the fighters of freedom.
Winners all the way!!!!! Students of Gaurs International School won 1st prize in Inter-school Mime and Art Installation competition. 14 top schools of Delhi NCR had participated. WaY to go GIS!!!!
Bai Chung Bhutia's Football Academy conducted a week long football workshop at Gaur International School
Yellow Day !!!! For Nursery students the color of the Sun, the mango and Sunflower was made alive.
The colour GREEN was introduced in nursery with a garden of green vegetables, green balloons in green tables. The importance of green colour was emphasized through a stage act “Go Green”. Our beloved Director, Manju Ma’am celebrated Green Day with the nursery students.
On the occasion of Mother’s Day, Gaurs International School pays tribute to the Mother’s of Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow with a fun filled theme “Fashion Mom Retro Style” & “Matching Mom & Child”.
We believe “Being a Mother is Magical... Live it!!
Little chef’s of Pre-Primary prove that cooking is at once child’s play and parents enjoyment. We wish to inculcate the essence of Healthy Food... at this foundation stage!
“Cooking with kids is not just about the ingredients, recipes and cooking. It’s about harnessing imagination, empowerment and creativity.”
Basant Panchami Celebrated in Gaurs International School
A talent showcase is an event where participants perform talents of singing, dancing, acrobatics, acting, drumming, martial arts, playing an instrument, or other activities to showcase skills. Showcase, not a contest—which meant no judges, no winners and losers, and no points awarded. Talent shows are performances rather than contest. Gaurs International School recently hosted a talent showcase event for the students of grades one, two & three. This’’ Talent shows’’ proved a great tool to boost the self-esteem, confidence, and assurance of our young ones. It became a great way and to showcase our students unseen talents and build their confidence. Encouraging our kids to use their imaginations was the ultimate goal of this event.
This event proved as a catalyst where kids hone their acts and performed them on stage. Some kids chose not to work with a mentor. Group acts were limited to five to ten minutes, and individual performances were not more than five minutes long. Showcase, not a contest—which meant no judges, no winners and losers, and no points awarded.
During this event everyone felt exhilarated, not exhausted. Some kids performed fresh arrangements of their favorite popular songs. Other kids wanted to sing and dance on their favourite tunes. Groups’ acts were heart stealing; on the other hand the solos were thrilling.
Students of Gaurs International School witnessed Beating the Retreat ceremony at Raj path Vijay Chowk. It was a moment of pride and festivity for our students to witness the gala parade. This will be a moment to be preserved in their hearts to cherish for their lifetime. Beating the Retreat Ceremony in Delhi officially marks the finale of the Republic day celebrations. The ceremony started with definite units of the armed forces performing lively executions. During the Beating the Retreat Ceremony, after the live performances, a hymn was played by the bands collectively called ‘Abide with me’. During Beating the Retreat Ceremony in Delhi, at 6 o’clock in the evening the bugles call the retreat sound and the National flag was lowered and the National anthem was sung in musical harmony. The silhouetted riders move away from the background which sets the conclusion of the Republic Day celebrations. The children were mesmerized by the performances.
Beating the Retreat Ceremony is observed keeping in mind the age old tradition, according to which, soldiers called a close down to the war at sunset. This call was the sound of the bugles vibrated across the battlefield calling a halt to the fighting.
This was the perfect time for the children to get in sync with the values as an proud Indian.
Gaurs International school believes that between the pages of the book , is a lovely place to be. Books give soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything. To emphasize this as a practise of life Teacher and students of Gaurs International school visited a Book Fair on 14th Jan’16.
The finale of Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikander was held at Gaur City Sports Complex on 23 rd December 2015. The finale commenced with the lightening of the torch by the house captains of Gaurs International School. The final match of the finale was played between Modern School Barakhamba Road, and Presidium School Indirapuram. There were exiting moments, nail biting finishes, and excellent performances marked at the finale. The cricket match was thrilling and some wonderful moments were displayed by the winning team. The trophy was lifted by Modern School Barakhamba. The finale was followed by wonderful and amazing dance and drill performance by the students of Gaurs International School. Extraordinary and spectacular fireworks increased the momentum for the winning team. Honourable Mr. Madanlal Eminent cricketer graced this occasion as guest of honour and gave away the winning trophy to the proud team of Modern School Barakhamba Road. Eminent guest who graced this occasion with their auspicious presence were Mr. Pradeep Aggarwal (Chairperson and CEO Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority) ,Mr B.L Gaur, Mr . Manoj Gaur and Mrs. Manju Gaur . Students with various other achievements were awarded for their achievements by the guest of honour. Guest of honour congratulated the winning team for their exemplary achievements. He further added that’’ Jo Jeeta Wohi Sikander’’ was a wonderful event and extravaganza that promoted an excellent platform for the students.
An inauguration is a time of celebration and anticipation, a moment when an academic institution can affirm and define its purpose and interpret its role. It was indeed a special evening for Gaurs International School – the management, staff, students and parents, as occasion draw unparalleled enthusiasm as it witnessed a harmonious blending of the school with the home and the society. The inauguration of magnificent Banwari Lal Cultural and Sports Hall and Bhagwan Das Auditorium of Gaurs International School was such an event and moment. It was formally inaugurated on 23 rd December 2015. The inaugural ceremony began with the cutting of the ribbon by Hon’ Shri B.L . Gaur, Guest of Honour Mr Deepak Aggarwal (Chairperson and CEO Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority) , Mr Manoj Gaur MD Gaur sons, Mr Madanlal, Eminent cricketer and other dignitaries. In order to mark the beginning the auspicious lamp was lit .It was followed by dance and ballet performance by the students of Gaurs International School .They showcased their innate talents through spectacular performance .The theme entitled ‘’ Save Our Environment Save The Earth ‘’.The dance presentation was highly appreciated by the audience and the guests. This was followed by the felicitation of all the guests. Addressal by Mr B.L Gaur emphasized on the various aspects of education, sports, the importance of a good infrastructure. Mrs Manju Gaur further added in her address that GIS is an institution that provides quality education that focuses on the holistic development of children, be it academics or sports.GIS is unique and inspiring," she added. The event turned out to be a great success.
Fun at its best in the Yamuna City
Students of class I,II & III had their picnic with a great flavour of recreation and in an activity oriented way. Slides, Rides, Water boating and free play time was just our awesome idea for the Students Day Out.
Gaurs International School Student Maniky Bhasin of grade 4 has participated in 4th All India Open Roller Skating Championship and achieved two Gold medals (1000m Road race and 500m-8 laps Rink race) along with the Champion's trophy, Organised by IFIRS (Indian Foundation of Ice and Roller Skating) from 20th to 22nd Nov 2015 at Shimla (H.P.)
National Level Painting Competition "SPLASH 2015" was organized in Gaurs International School classes II-VII.
Inspiring Students to take music as profession and talking to them about his journey from Ghaziabad to Mumbai (Singer of upcoming movies like.(Raeez, Rock On 2, Katti Batti etc.)
Students of class 4 celebrating diwali with a difference.. 25 students visited a vridhashram and sang songs , recited poems and spent a whole afternoon with these forgotten old ladies and men . They distributed sweets and wished them happy diwali .they brought a few moments of joy to these people . It is important that students learn to give time and respect to elders.
"Making the best out of waste has been a part of human life since the early ages. It was the human creative mind that gave birth to this extraordinary idea of using unwanted material in a useful way. Be it the thermocol used inside a TV packing or a ear bud, each and every thing can have reuse value in this world – either as a useful raw material or as a decorative item for your house.
At GIS we promote this up to the core. This habit of getting the best out of waste should be instilled in kids from an early age, not only to teach them about recycling but also to encourage their creativity.
Little Ananmay Kumar (Pre-Nursery Class) of GIS has it all in great spirits..
We firmly believe and rightly said that learning starts from home."
We are proud to inform that Gaurs International School has bagged the second position in Dance-Fusion Frolic in Inter School competition Khoj 2015. 38 renowned schools had participated. It is a great achievement for the students and a proud movement for the school.
On the occasssion of Wild life week (2nd Oct to 8th Octo) Students visited the Zoo to see the diffrent wild animals.
Friendship Day Celebration
Grandparents are our heritage and are essential members of our families and communities. That is why a special day is set aside every year to honor them & this is the special day for us to spend some time with our dear grandparent and have fun together.
On 15th September'15, GIS students of Pre-Nursery and Nursery celebrated this event in very fun filled manner. The Grandparents were extended with a warm welcome , applying of Tika and showering flowers by our little ones. The event started with an impromptu performance by the grandparent and grandchild duo. Going back the memory lane with sharing some experiences and singing melodies of their time. The Music Teacher sang songs that made them shake a leg too. The grandparents enjoyed every moment of the song and danced with their soul mates to the tune.
Krishna Janmashtmi Celebration
To value the true spirit of Independence we need to “Value the gift of Freedom “. We need to Understand our Legacy . We need to Be “human and sensitive” . The youth of this great Indian civilization are the heirs to the freedom that we have got because of the sacrifices made by so many
At GIS, we pledge to uphold being ”BORN FREE” . With this come great responsibilities. Students here are being prepared to be “TRUE INDIAN “ . Following is the thought of Shaurya Bhardwaj student of class V at Gaurs International School. On the 69 th Independence day, I being an Army officer son take this opportunity, to remember the sacrifices, made by our Indian soldiers.
In the years after Independence, Our soldiers have served the nation bravely. They have fought wars with our neighbouring countries and have also fought insurgencies and Terrorism in Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab and North East. Each and every time, they have turned up selflessly, for the rescue operations, following a National Disaster. They are guarding the borders, and stay awake, so that ,we can sleep peacefully and comfortably
Our Indian soldier had once again proved their mettle on 26 th July ,1999 by the of operation Vijay . This day, is marked as Kargil Vijay Diwas . Our Indian forces, had regained control of the Indian forces,had regained control of the key posts, that had been occupied by Pakistani troops in the Kargil sector . The soldiers fought in a formidable terrain, at a height of 18,000 feet under extreme weather conditions. They scaled the heights and faced the enemy bullets, when there was no vegetation for the cover.
Victory came, but, at a very Heavy price. Around 537 brave sons of soil, laid down their lives. The sacrifices of Captian Vikram Batra ,Captain Thapar,Lt Manoj Pandey, Rifleman ,Sanjay kumar and many more , is still freash in our memory The words of Captain Vikram Batra still echo in our ears. He said” I will come back either after hoisting the flag or being wrapped is the flag. “
Such, is the indomitable spirit of our soldiers, for whom , the safety and welfare of the country first, their own ease and safety comes last .
So Dear Parents, if you worship a cricket idol or a Bollywood star, just think for a moment. There are thousands of soldiers at our borders who deserve it much more than them .
No one deserve the title of a “Hero” more than a “Soldier”, who stays away from his family and miss every significant thing in his life, so that you can be with your loved ones.
So,let us today, salute them . Let not their sacrifice go waste,unnoticed and unacknowledged ,because they gave their …. Today for our Tommorrow.
In the end I would like to tell you that my father Col.Vivek Bhardwaj is also an Army officer. Presently ,he is posted in Kashmir , in the thick of Militancy , fighting terrorism . He is doing a great service to the nation . I am very proud of him and I SALUTE HIM .HE IS MY HERO.
This Independence Day students and staff of GIS pay homage to the unsung heroes of the Army, Navy and the Air force. It is because of their sacrifices that we are with our beloved ones safe and secure.
The 69th Independence day was celebrated at GIS on 15 th August by hoisting the National Flag by Mrs B.L Gaur staff ,students and parents .
The school spread the message of peace by freeing white pigeons . The whole program revolved round the message of peace and sacrifices and our responsibility towards our country.
The students perform various item to showcase the bravery of Indian soldier and paid homage to the armed forces.
On the occasion of Raksha Bandhan students of Gaurs International School had the honour to tie rakhi to our Honourable President of India Mr.Pranab Mukherjee. They also had the privileged to be a part of an official tour of Rashtrapati Bhawan , Mughal Garden and the Marble Museum .
Inter House Athletics Meet of Gaurs International School was held on Friday 15 May 2015 at Gaurs Sports Complex.
Sports Enhance Team Spirit, Confidence & Physical Ability. Keeping all these in mind Sports is an integral part of our Curriculum.
Earth day was celebrated in Gaurs International School on 22 April 2015. Student were made aware about Reuse, Reduce & Recycle. Based on this concept student used old tyres and bottles to make beautiful arrangements.
Gaurs International School also had a Slogan and Poster making competition to make them aware of keeping the Earth Clean, Safe and Secure.
The tiny tots of PREP class enacted "Save Mother Earth".
The Parent Orientation Programme was successfully conducted on 3rd April 2015, with a huge gathering of parents, grandparents, distinguished guests. Faculty members and the school staff attending the function. The Orientation started with Saraswati Vandana and a welcome song by the teachers of Gaurs International School.
The Vice Principal Mrs. Debaroti Bose welcomed Mr. B.L. Gaur, Chairman, Gaursons India Limited. Mr. B.L. Gaur shared his vision, mission and goal behind the opening of this school at Gaur City. He emphasized that at GIS, education would be disseminated through academics, sports, co-curricular activities and other skills required in modern life.
Similar thoughts were expressed by Mrs. Lata Vaidyanathan, Member, Advisory Board, Gaurs International School, in her speech. She addressed the parents and teachers and spoke at length about the requirements of education for the next generation. Her empowering and motivational speech defined the path of the upcoming years of the GIS students. The parents also had a fruitful and satisfactory interaction with the class teachers.
Gaurs International School is the School for Leaders.
For those who move the world with their Vision
For those who beat the impossible every day
For those who lead new paths
The inauguration ceremony of Gaurs International School was held on 14th January, 2015. On this occasion, the idol of Maa Saraswati, the Goddess of Knowledge, was installed in the school premises by Mr. Manoj Gaur, MD Gaursons India Ltd, and a Pooja was organized. Mrs. Manju Gaur, Director Gaursons India Ltd, the Gaur family & friends, and the staff of Gaurs International School were also present.
Gaurs International School displays a fusion of ancient and modern, which would provide a positive direction to our efforts in imparting education to the children. The motive behind establishing this institution is to inculcate respect towards education in our students.