A Hand Full of Rice by Reception C
On Day 1 of SLP, we had a class room activity, where students were divided into four teams. Each team was given a Plot (Scenario) to learn Sharing, Cleanliness, Respect and Obedience.
Behavior charts were distributed with the same learning to be implemented at home each reward points helped kids earn a hand full of rice. After a week the earned accumulated rice was distributed to the “helper staff at the Cox town campus. How sweet is that!
“Say NO to Plastic “! A day of fun and activity was planned by the parent leaders along with a few other parents and teachers to explain to the students of grade 2C the hazards of plastics on our environment and also on us. ” How to make Paper bags”! Which can be used instead of Plastic?
The students enthusiastically made, decorated, and promoted their use in school.
Grade 4A and 4D students raised 12k through a Tuck shop for the helper staff at Henur. The parent leaders brought the gifts and students presented them with great enthusiasm to them during the Assembly with cards and broad smiles . Grade 5 added to the spirit of the day through a skit and Song on respect and love, empathy and compassion for those who make our lives easier- our Domestic Help!
An overwhelming moment for our dear Helper Staff and an innovative way to sensitize students on the value of the “Dignity of labour “
The Solar Lamp distribution was a fitting end alluding to the success of a pioneering parent initiative at Oasis International School
Service Learning Program of Oasis is a parent led initiative that aims at inculcating values of empathy and respect among students towards the underprivileged. The projects chosen by the students this year of Grade 8A as part of their SLP is “Let’s care for the street cart vendors”
Some more Service Learning Projects ……..
Visit to HBS hospital’s dialysis centre…
8C had an overwhelming experience at the HBS hospital’s dialysis centre…
The amount they raised 16.5K for the cause seemed too small as they heard the plight of the patients there… Their eyes, always full of mischief, this time, were filled with tears…
Service Learning Program of Oasis is a parent led initiative that aims at inculcating values of empathy and respect among students towards the underprivileged. The projects chosen by the students this year of Grade 8A as part of their SLP is “Let’s care for the street cart vendors"
Posted by Oasis International School on Thursday, 10 March 2016