Clara Global School holds EVS exhibition 

ST Correspondent
Friday, 6 October 2017

Knowledge about our environment and the importance of taking care of depleting resources was imparted to all the students.

Pune: Students and teachers of Clara Global School organised 'A Walk Through The Ages', an EVS exhibition showcasing most of the habitats of the world recently at their Vithal Tupe campus. 
Students had an opportunity to show their skills and knowledge in a very exciting way. 

Knowledge about our environment and the importance of taking care of depleting resources was imparted to all the students.

Grade 5 students spread the message 'Save our Earth - we do not want to get extinct!' 

Habitats like the rain forests, Antarctica, deserts and coral reefs enthralled all who visited the school. The dinosaur, which was the most spectacular exhibit, took the students and the art department a month to put together. 

Students who painted, pasted, cut and coloured numerous stars, butterflies, farm animals, planets, fish, trees, etc, were appreciated by parents and visitors, who recognised their talents and hard work. 

It was also a proud moment for the school's mentors Speaking Tree Education consultants. Director-Academics, Sarika Babar, Director Hemangi Kawade, Director-Admin Janet Smith, Principal Jean Innis, Head Mistress Patricia James and Coordinator Rhoda Ratnam guided the students. 

Principal Innis informed that the event went well with Clara Global School's (Vithal Tupe Campus) belief in imparting the best education and the global curriculum concepts.

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