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Go Green March at Orchids, Bangalore

Go Green

Orchids The International School in Bangalore was all set to create a better world around them, reducing the environmental impact. The Orchids school organized a special rally, “Go Green and Save the Earth” to spread the eco-friendly awareness. Imagine you are walking on the road in the summer and you are tired after few minutes because of the scorching heat. You find refuge under a shady tree. What if those trees are not planted? Students stressed on the importance of planting trees by performing a skit in the school assembly. At the end, they took an oath to reduce waste. They went on a rally by walking through some of the main road in extension areas and residential areas of the city. The students were adorned with special costumes, held placards and banners on eco-friendly environment to grab the attention of the public.

Annual Sports Day 2013-2014 at Orchids, Jalahalli, Bangalore

Sports Day

An exciting event that made a sudden burst of energy due to “Adrenaline Rush” was the Annual Sports Day that was held on 30th January 2014 at Orchids The International School, Jalahalli, Bangalore. The event was organized at HMT grounds in the presence of our honourable Chief Guest Mr. Seeresh Reddy, Dean Mrs. Pushpa Prasad, Principal Mrs. Anuradha Prabhakar, Aakash Gupta (Head Academics) and Mr. Elvis Joseph (Founder & Director of BSSF). The sports day began with a release of gas balloons, carrying an inspiring message of ‘Save the Animals’ in the banner. It was followed by the school anthem. The senior children of pre primary carried a sports torch, which was handed over to the Chief Guest.

The children from UKG performed a cheer dance with pom-poms and the spectators were dumbstruck. There were various activities for the children such as finding the young ones of the animals, their favourite food, jumps, balloon burst, button the shirt, aerobics, cheer dance, etc. Even parents had a game to play, which was ‘Four Corners’. The Red House was declared as the Champion followed by the Green and Blue House. Annual Sports Day at Orchids was one of the biggest events that is etched in everyone’s memory from teachers and children to staff and parents.

Republic Day Celebration at Orchids, Bangalore

Republic Day

Celebrating the 65th year of the Republic Day on January 26, 2014, it is the date on which the constitution of India came into force on 26th January 1950. The republic day was celebrated with patriotism and devotion at Orchids The International School, Bangalore. The school conducted a slogan writing competition where the students participated with a lot of enthusiasm. It was an occasion where the students from Orchids were inspired to learn about the responsibility towards public property and safe guarding from environmental pollution.

There were various events conducted in the school premises from singing and narrating the sacrificial life of our freedom fighters to dancing. Being proud of India’s rich cultural and heritage, the students learn the true essence of being an Indian through this Republic Day celebration.

Here is a list of thoughtful and interesting slogans from the children of Orchids:

One who does not love his country cannot love anything – Miss. Swara Chandana of Grade I B

Patriotism is never taught, it is born in every Indian’s heart – Master Vishnu Prasad of I C

We are the tomorrow of our country. We make it the best in the world – Master. Chahaat Kothari of Grade III

Remove poverty, build up prosperity, promote education, develop the nation – Master Kshitij of Grade II B

We are Indians firstly and lastly – Miss. Nikita Jain of Grade IV wrote

Be the change that you want to see in India – Master Mohit Jain of Grade IV

United we stand hand in hand, love thy country, protect your land – Master Yogesh of Grade V

If we love our country, we should love our country men – Miss. Tanvi of Grade V

Kite Flying Event at Orchids, Bangalore


Birds fly at great heights migrating across the oceans every year. The man-made machines like aeroplanes fly anywhere across the sky. Even kits fly into the air. So, what’s the secret behind flying at great heights? Is it the wings or any scientific mechanism that makes them fly? Children are always curious to ask questions like how and why. Orchids The International School, Bangalore ignites the anxious minds of Grade IV and V students by organizing a Kite Flying Activity on January 10, 2014. The students found this activity more enjoyable as they flew kits with the help of their friends and our facilitators.

Who flew the first kit in the history or how did we all come to know there is something called “kite flying”? The history of kite flying dated back to 1773-1857 where Sir George Cayley, the aeroplane pioneer constructed his first successful model glider by learning about the unusual nature of the wind. Each budding Orchidian understood that Aero Modelling is not only an activity but can be taken as a hobby to develop interest towards science behind flying.

The children had so much fun and it was a wonderful experience for them. Read to know what some of our children at Orchids The International School in Bangalore wants to share their experiences of this colourful and motivating event.

Nikhil Verma (V): It was an amazing experience. It inspired and motivated me to learn about acoustics and Bernoulli’s principle.

Tanvi Vishwakarma (V): I enjoyed a lot. I would love to explore and learn more about mechanism behind kite flying.

Mohit Jain (IV): It was really interesting .I learnt how to fly a kite.

Sanskriti(IV) : Flying a kite was great fun . It was also very relaxing.

Aditi (IV): I decided to become a pilot as I want to touch the sky like a kite.

Owee (V): I thought kite flying will be very easy but I was thrilled to discover that there lot of science involved in it.

Darshan: I am very happy as after taking so many attempts my kite finally touched the sky. Today I learnt not to give up in any circumstance