26th January 2019
On 26th January 2019, AMIS looked resplendent, decorated in shades of the Tricolour. The festivities commenced with the hoisting of the national flag by Harvinder didi, followed by the rendition of the national anthem.
The anchors of the programme highlighted the significance of the day. Students gave an insight into the evolution of the flag which was enlightening. The cultural events included a patriotic song and dance that enthralled the audience. The flexibility and synchronized movements of the students in the gymnastics display was highly appreciated. The day ended on a sweet note with students savouring the sweets distributed at the end of the programme.
11th January 2019
The picnic for children of LKG and UKG to Agara Lake Park was organised on 11th Jan 2019. The journey started at 8.00 am and was to be made by bus. The tiny tots were dressed in Auro Mirra maroon T-shirts and were excited to get to the picnic spot. The buses reached the destination on time. The park consisted of a circular cycling path which went all around the lake. It was also home to massive trees and flowering plants which were in full bloom heightening the beauty of the park. The children, at first, took a walk along the Agara Lake and were elated to see the cute ducks swimming in the waters. After that they enjoyed playing in the big sand pit situated in the middle of the park. There were swings, slides, see saws and a merry go round which doubled the merriment of the children. After lunch, diyas played some games with them. On their return to the school, children were given juicy oranges to relish. The children had a gala time and were eager to share their experience with their parents.
10th January 2019
An enjoyable trip to Big Barn Farm was organised for grades 1 to 4 on 10th Jan 2019. Children left the school at 7 in the morning brimming with great excitement and curiosity for a fun filled experience at the farm. They were welcomed by an enthusiastic team who gave them a tour of the place. The farm covered a vast area and was home to a variety of organic trees and plants like pepper, lemon, cotton, guava and areca nut among others. Children enjoyed various activities like a tractor ride, petting animals and potting plants. They even had a little play area to themselves to play to their heart’s content. The team also informed children about the different birds and animals that lived there. At the end of the trip children relished the great experience and were eager to share it with their friends and family.
21st December 2018
It’s Christmas time again. A day filled with fun, frolic and much awaited tasty treats. Students of AMIS took the spirit of celebration a notch higher by turning up in Christmas themed clothes. The Santa’s hat was perched neatly on most heads while others sported red robes and beautiful dresses. After the morning assembly, a skit performed by children portrayed the origins and importance of the birth of Jesus Christ, that marks the celebration of Christmas. The school choir entertained the gathering with delightful carols like “O come all ye faithful” and “Joy to the world”. It was a very informative and an enjoyable day that left the children joyously uplifted and asking for more.
15th December 2018
On 15th December 2018, AMIS celebrated its annual sports meet ‘Aurolympics’ with great vigour and excitement. It all began with a brisk march past where every class formed a contingent and marched past the dignitaries led by two class representatives. After all the classes finished a lap of the ground, the representatives placed the class placards in the designated places and got ready for the breath-taking races. Children sprinted at lightning speed in the races and relays and also performed some well synchronized, colourful and thematic drills. Yoga and Gymnastic displays mesmerised the spectators. Parents were thrilled to watch the sports skills and the sportsmanship spirit of their children who put up an exhilarating show. Following them were the the tiny tots. Sports day has a magical touch on the lives of children and brings out the best in them. The overall development of the child is evident as they bloom into wonderful team players, encouraging and comforting one another. It was a treat to watch children display qualities of cooperation and coordination to establish uniformity in their drills. Their physical strength, endurance and sporting spirit shone through in the races.
Thank you very much Mr. Rajesh Khan and Ganeshan bhaiya for the lovely photos. Your time and effort is deeply appreciated.