Holi celebration

28th March 2019 

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Holi ushers in the vividly colorful, blooming season of Spring. This festival of colours was celebrated with great enthusiasm at Auro Mirra International School on 28th March 2019. Being an eco-friendly school, the festival was celebrated with petals of colourful flowers. Hence this unique celebration got its name: Phoolon wali holi. Instead of smearing colours on each other, children showered their friends and diyas with flowers. Diyas also explained the significance of the festival.

Pottery experience

18th March 2019 

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One of the oldest human inventions, Pottery is the process of forming vessels and other objects with clay and other ceramic materials. It is one of the finest forms of art and holds a position in India’s cultural history. At AMIS, students and staff have always been encouraged to enjoy the experience of pottery.

Children got the opportunity to make beautiful lamps, vases and other items in this session. They were very excited and happy to see how their fingers could mould clay into such beautiful shapes. The feel of the clay was another advantage for the development of their tactile sense, as they do not get to do that very often in their urban lifestyle. Children kept rubbing their hands with clay over and over. Some were really curious to know the mechanism of the potter’s wheel. The sight of the beautiful items created by them heightened their joy beyond measure.