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Book release at Sanskriti School

The Premier of Prince Edward Island, Canada, visited Sanskriti School at Chanakyapuri to release 'Ann of Green Gables', a classic book by Lucy Maud Montgomery. The Premier read out two extracts from the book to Class 3 students.

delhi Updated: Mar 12, 2012 00:41 IST

The Premier of Prince Edward Island, Canada, visited Sanskriti School at Chanakyapuri to release 'Ann of Green Gables', a classic book by Lucy Maud Montgomery. The Premier read out two extracts from the book to Class 3 students.

After that, there was a question-answer session. It was an enjoyable, learning experience for students, teachers and delegates.

Sri Venkateshwar International School, Dwarka, was one of the three Delhi schools to be selected for participation in the British Council's Young Global Citizens' Summit to be held at Bhubaneswar.

The three-day summit aims at establishing a community of students and teachers who are committed towards global citizenship and internationalism.

The summit witnessed facilitators laying the foundation for creative writing, theatre, dance, physical fitness, music, presentation skills, communication, fine arts, conflict resolution, faith and youth leadership, etc.

The Extra Learn International School Award was presented to Sri VIS by Planet Edu for the performance by the largest number of students in the country in the Cambridge ESOL examination.

The school's founder chairman Rajpal and chairman Sailander Solanki congratulated the students' council and principal Nita Arora.

Sachdeva Public School, Rohini, recently celebrated the centenary year of Delhi.

The event was presided over by school chairman SK Sachdeva. Students presented cultural programmes like skit on the iconic structures of the city and a musical performance.

The students also participated in poster-making and painting competition and quiz. Principal Dr Ravija Prakash appreciated the efforts of students.

The Millennium School, Noida, is committed to the ideal of maintaining international peace as used by the British Council ISA Programme.

As part of this endeavour, special class assemblies were organised by students, which included radio talk show, poster making and greeting card making competitions, among others. Each presentation reflected the theme of the month.

Parents lauded the initiative undertaken by the school where young minds discussed 'The Dynamics of Peace Embracing the World'. Principal Rita Kaul urged all to practise peace in thought and action.