We have a special morning assembly tomorrow Fantastic Friday Celebration to celebrate Mother’s Day.
To add fun to this Celebration we’ll be involving our children in making this beautiful gift ?for their mothers. So, be prepared with the following material-
1.Pasta/macaroni 15 -20 pieces ?
2. Coloured Paper rolled like pipes
4.Thread (any colour)
That’s not all… we have a surprise?? activity. It would require below mentioned ingredients.
1 Marie Biscuits ??
2. Half cup ☕chocolate milk (Chocolate powder/chocolate syrup + milk + sugar, if required)
3. Chocolate? Sauce (in case of unavailability, melt a chocolate bar to make chocolate sauce- keep it ready) or use Nutella.
4. Gems??/Sprinkles of your choice
So see you tomorrow!
Meenal Arora, Founder Director, Shemford Group of Futuristic Schools (India’s leading school chain)
Besides being a human right, gender equality is imperative for women to realise their self-worth, take control of their decisions and fill the gap to access equal opportunities and resources as men. The impact of this parity is far beyond a particular section of the society, it sways the nation as a whole. Empowering women and giving them equal standing is the need of the hour to pull off sustainable development and economic upswing. Our battle against gender-bias is for equal respect, rights and stature in the society. The seeds of gender awareness need to be sown right from the young age of children that will make them responsible citizens with a mindset to create a nation free from discrimination.
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Read the article by Mrs. Meenal Arora, Director – SHEMROCK & SHEMFORD Group of Schools, to know the various factors you should take into consideration while selecting the right school for your child. The article is featured in popular Online Portals India Today & Express Parenting section of Indian Express.
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Do you know the importance of introducing stories of mythology to kids at a young age?
Check out the article by Mrs. Meenal Arora, Director – SHEMROCK & SHEMFORD Group of Schools, in The Statesman, National Edition, published on 5th Dec’19, where she talks about how mythology has taken a backseat in the current generation of kids and why is it very much relevant, even in the modern world.
Do you want to raise your child without any gender biases?
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Are you aware of the dangers of the Dark Web?
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Self-discipline is an important virtue that must be inculcated in each and every child!
Educator and Parenting Expert, Mrs. Meenal Arora, has expressed her views on the importance of teaching self-discipline in children in the article published in the Education supplement of The Times of India, Noida Edition.
Read the article on Page No. 11 in the 12th November edition of Education@Noida.
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Check out this article by Mrs. Meenal Arora, Director – SHEMROCK & SHEMFORD Group of Schools on the harmful influences of the Internet and how you can protect your children from the dangers of the dark web on Pg.25, 3rd Nov edition of ‘The Sunday Guardian’.
Read online: https://www.sundayguardianlive.com/…/protect-kids-rabbit-ho…
In the wake of rising air pollution in Delhi/NCR, are you doing your bit as a responsible and aware parent?
Read the article authored by Mrs. Meenal Arora, Director – SHEMROCK & SHEMFORD Group of Schools, featured in The Financial Express, where she shares 5 proven ways to raise happy and healthy kids, even as the air quality continues to go down.