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Baithaki Series – October 2017

Satikanta Guha Foundation and MATRA (The Music Academy for Tabla Research by Pt. Anindo Chatterjee) organised a classical music concert at Garden High School Kolkata on Saturday, 07 October 2017, at 5.00 pm.

The concert titled Baithaki Series had performances from eminent sarod player Pt Partho Sarodi accompanied by Pt Anindo Chatterjee and vocal by Nabanita Chowdhury accompanied by Rupak Bhattachariya.

The evening programme started off with table by 4 students of MATRA. The programme was graced by eminent musicians of Indian Classical music including Ustad Rashid Khan and Pt Tejendra Narayan Majumdar among others.

For pictures check out the Gallery at the Satikanta Guha Foundation website.

Poster Painting on ‘Swachchh Bharat’

Pupils of Garden High School IISER Kolkata Campus took part in a poster painting session on ‘cleanliness’ as an inter-House event on 5 September 2017.Teachers-in-charge of the different Houses interacted with the pupils and made them aware of the importance of personal and community hygiene. The session was followed by a poster painting event. Pupils from classes III to VII participated in the activity. Their paintings were later displayed on School boards designated for the different Houses.

 

 

Independence Day Celebration 2017

Garden High School, IISER Kolkata Campus celebrated pre-Independence day at School on 14 August 2017 at 2 PM.

The programme began with the song “Vande Mataram” sung by the School Choir. This was followed by a brief speech by Athena Mandal of Class VII who spoke on the importance of Independence Day. After the speech Niv Roy of Class IV recited a Bengali poem “Sarthak Janam” and Abeer Raj of Class IV recited a Hindi poem “Ajadi Ke Saal Hue Kayi”. Pupils of Classes IV to VII then performed House-wise drill followed by joint recitation of Bengali poem “Dui Bangla” by Sayantika Das and Sriparna Dutta of Class III.

The School Choir enhanced the spirit of patriotism by singing patriotic songs “Vijayi Vishwa Tiranga Pyara” and “Dhano Dhanne Pushpe Bhara”.In the end Mrs. Ratna Biswas, Principal delivered a short speech where she explained the significance of Independence Day to the pupils. The programme ended with a rendition of our national anthem.

For more pictures, please visit the Independence Day 2017 Gallery

Workshop on Environment Education

Garden High School – IISER Kolkata Campus took an initiative to work on climate change, bio-diversity awareness and conservation through small but significant projects with the pupils of Class VII under a programme named “Citizen Science Survey based Programme” initiated by WildRoots India.

This is a part of the “NatureForAll” campaign, which is launched by the IUCN – International Union for Conservation of Nature.

As part of the School initiative, a one-day workshop was organized at the School premises on Thursday, 13 July 2017.

Dr. Biswajit De (Founder President, WildRoots India) conducted the workshop with 22 pupils and the guide teachers from the School linked to this project.

It was a rich and enduring experience for the pupils as they participated in different environment related activities and also spoke about their views regarding the importance of bio-diversity.

Rabindra Jayanti 2017

Garden High School – IISER Kolkata celebrated 156th birth anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore on 8 May 2017 as a special assembly event to honour the great poet. The function began by offering flowers to a portrait of the poet followed by a Rabindra Sangeet sung by the School choir. The cultural events following it comprised of elocution, recitation, a medley of poems and songs in the form of a dance drama along with an address on the life of the poet. The function concluded with the national Anthem ‘Jana Gana Mana’.

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Art Exhibition 2017

Garden High School – IISER Kolkata organized an exhibition “Creativity at Its Best” on Art & Craft work made by pupils of Classes Nursery-I to VII. The exhibition was held on 6 May 2017 and was inaugurated by Ms. Mahua Dasgupta, Secretary of Garden High School (Kolkata) by lighting of lamp. It was followed by a short inaugural programme performed by the pupils of Classes III to VII. The Activity room of the School was the venue and it displayed over 600 items on paintings and other crafts which the pupils prepared during the 2-week art workshop at the end of the last Academic Session in March 2017.

Parents of pupils and faculty members of IISER Kolkata visited the exhibition and highly appreciated the creative skills of the pupils.

Mr. T K Gopalan, CEO Satikanta Guha Foundation and Ms. Ratna Bose, Director, Primary section, GHS (Kolkata) also graced the occasion along with Ms. Mahua Dasgupta.

 

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GHS-IISER KOLKATA IN THE MEDIA

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Winter Camp – GHS IISER Kolkata campus

TALESPIN  – Workshop on Story telling

GHS-IISER Kolkata organised a 5-day long Winter Camp at the school premises from 2 January 2017 till 6 January 2017. The camp was called Talespin and it focused on the art of story telling. In the camp the students  learnt the structure/ format of a story, designed their characters using Origami and gave voice to their characters by writing dialogues. They used posters to structure their tales and sharpened their vocabulary to better the narratives.

The workshop was a fun-filled and interactive program, comprising of music, videos and collaborative tasks. It focused on their creative skills, writing skills, communicative skills, interpersonal skills, acting skills, enunciation and voice modulation.

On the final day of the workshop, students enacted their stories in front of their parents, teachers and the principal.

Some pictures of the camp are available here.

GHS IISER Kolkata Admission Notice 2017-18

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ICSE and ISC results of GHS Kolkata

 

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