Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India]November 26 (ANI/NewsSee): Oakridge International School Bangalore celebrated Universal Children’s Day with a thoughtful message reaffirming the importance of children’s rights through a week of galore activities and a special assembly to highlight highlight the celebration of a student’s life.
Universal Children’s Day was established in 1954 as Universal Children’s Day and is celebrated on November 20 each year to promote international solidarity, awareness among children around the world and to improve the well-being of children. children.
Since 1990, Universal Children’s Day has also marked the anniversary of the date on which the United Nations General Assembly adopted both the Declaration and the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Oakridge International School defends, promotes and celebrates children’s rights, resulting in dialogues and actions that will build a better world for children. As part of an initiative to spread awareness of the vaccination campaign, PYP students held a craft workshop hosted by senior students where they made badges for their parents that read “I am vaccinated” and other origami objects. The senior children were addressed by Dr Ekta Ahuja (Programme Management Officer – Discovery Services, Bangalore) on the topic – “What are vaccines and how do they work”.
There was a special assembly which brought together all the young talents, on the same stage. With music, dancing and group choir singing, there was a smile of pride on every student’s face. The theme of courage, bravery, humility and ambitious outlook was majestically represented with the launch of each school’s first “Oakleo” mascot to represent Oakridge’s vision.
To honor this occasion, Brian Cooklin – the Managing Director of Nord Anglia India, was on hand to inspire every student. He spoke of the need to impart a global education that is more about giving students plenty of opportunities to learn and show their potential at Oakridge. He wished each child a great future that involves progressive learning and holistic development in all areas.
Pallavi Mishra (Principal, Oakridge International School, Bangalore) shared the virtues of every student’s rights and responsibilities which are reflected in students’ daily lives. She applauded all of the Student Council members for their commendable contribution to improving the ethics of children’s rights. Every Oakridger, she believes, creates a legacy of success through their commitment to holistic learning.
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