9th March 2020
Ayi re ayi Holi ayi, Khushiyaan ki leher le ayi!
Our school celebrated Holi on 9th Feb. It was a gathering of both the pre- primary and primary in unison. The program started with a song that explained the excitement and enthusiasm of the festival. The essence of Holi was explained with a short story of Hiranyankashyap, who is believed to be a devil king. Thus focusing on the central idea of the festival, that is the victory of good over evil. In addition, how is Holi celebrated in different regions of India? Gave the program an insightful value. An enthusiastic group of diyas sang an originally composed Holi song and the whole school joined them by clapping to its beats. The wisdom courtyard saw a beautiful celebration as everyone wished each other with flowers. This gave this festival a deep meaning of love, friendship and togetherness.
7th March 2020
Our school celebrated its pre-primary “Talent Exhibit”on 7th February. This gave us the platform to show-case the exuberant talent that our little ones possess. Every corner of the classroom sparked a creative display of the plethora of work done by our tiny-tots, followed by presentations where they cutely summed up their detailed activities. The look on the faces of every parent spoke aloud about how proud they were, looking at the efforts of their children and the diyas in-charge.
Our students were involved in the “Compost Project”. This compost was made by the students of grade 7th. Our school upholds the value of being in-sync with the eco-system and so this project was a special one, where the students created the compost using a variety of ingredients. Also the importance of compost and its benefits, was explained to the parents in the form of a detailed presentation. The icing on the cake was, that you could also buy the product from the students. This left the students thrilled as they saw many sellers.
1. Educational trip to Pondicherry
Date: 5th to 8th February 2020
Grade 8 & 9
This beautiful chance was given to grade 8 & 9, who enjoyed the pristine beaches and the impressions of the French
2. Educational trip to Anthargange and Kotilingeshwara
Grade 6 & 7
The time of the year when the children of Auro Mirra ventured into their trekking shoes. A trip to Anthargange, one of the most iconic cave site in Karnataka. It took a bit of an exercise to explore the caverns and the intricate chambers of the caves. Also visiting the Kotilingeshwara temple was an added experience to the trip. The temple is extremely famous as it has the tallest Shivalinga present in Asia. On the whole the excursion was all about fun and learning.
3. Educational trip to Shravanabelgolaon
Grade 3 to 5
Students of grade 3, 4 and 5 of Auro Mirra School went on an Educational Excursion to Shravanabelgolaon 7th February. Children enjoyed trekking up the hills. After an exhaustive climb of 700 steps they were able to see The Gommateshwar Bahubali statue, which is located at 3350 feet from sea level. This educational excursion prove to be very informative as the children learnt about Jainism. They enjoyed the scenery surrounding the hills.
31st January 2020 and 1st February 2020
Auro Mirra International School celebrated its celebration day on 31st January (Pre-Primary) and 1st February (Primary). The entire school participated whole heartedly towards the success of this grand event. This success was only possible by the relentless effort of the whole Auro Mirra family.
26th January 2020
Write up will follow shortly.
25th January 2020
We had an insightful PEP session for parents on understanding Sanskrit in a better way. The session was led by Unni bhaiya, Aditya bhaiya and Kamna didi. The session was centered around activities as an important mode of technique that will help in an effective understanding of the subject. The session was an interactive exchange of spirited ideas and thoughts that aimed at helping both the parent and the child grasp the subject that will enhance learning. FYI: More photo will follow shortly.
21st December 2019
Aurolympics our very own sports day at Auro Mirra was celebrated with ardour and enthusiasm. All the classes participated and exhibited their passion for sports.
16th December 2019
Our school had Christmas celebrations on 16th December. It was a stunning affair where the children came dressed as X-mas trees, Elfs, Mary, Joseph, Ginger breads and many other characters focusing on the theme of Christmas. Carols were sung with full enthusiasm also a light was shed on how Christmas is celebrated in different parts of world. The icing on the cake was Santa coming and wishing everyone and dancing to the tune of Christmas.
16th November 2019
The ‘Silence Workshop’ led by Harvinder Didi commenced quietly with silence while flute music resonated in the background. Soon after the silence, participants were asked to take a walk, pick up a leaf and represent a drawing with the help of the leaf. Participants were later exposed to a longer session of music after a few warm up exercises. Feedbacks of the session were collected from all the participants in the end. The tranquility that lasted throughout the session was noteworthy.
14th November 2019
Children’s day dawned with the spontaneous curiosity of children waiting to gather the surprises the day ahead, carried. Children were totally engrossed in the flute performance presented by Chandhan Kumar, one of the most famous icons of Indian music. The cultural events comprised of several songs, dances, skits, each of them carrying a great value. Viewing the quality of the performances, any viewer could doubtlessly assert that they all served the purpose of entertaining children to the core.