Manav Rachna International School, Mohali : The Tribune India

As part of the Community Connect program, the MRIS Peace Club, Mohali, has started another project to reach the needy and disadvantaged. The project aims to provide basic necessities, such as clothes, to destitute and disadvantaged people with the aim of “Give what you can, take what you need”. ‘Wall of Kindness’ was inaugurated by President of MREI, Dr. Prashant Bhalla, Vice President of MREI, Dr. Amit Bhalla, President of MRIS Mohali, Rajender Bansal, Executive Director of MRIS Mohali, Dr. Sunny Bansal and the director of MRIS Mohali, Taruna Vasisht.

Manav Rachna, Mohali engaged the little ones in different integrated art activities to enhance their overall skills and provide them with plenty of learning opportunities and beneficial learning environment. Painting that involves the use of different colors and shapes is a brain exercise that helps children learn to express their feelings, build self-esteem, manage their emotions, and promote muscle control. At school, the children were welcomed after the summer holidays with warm hugs, smiles and lots of color thanks to “Art Mania” in which the animators organized activities such as spray painting, bubble painting, ice painting, freehand doodling and balloon painting to get the ball rolling after the summer break. The children enjoyed all these activities.