ECHO E-NEWSLETTER (APRIL 2021-22)
Updated: May 22
10. Parents' Corner
12. Good Reads
Message From Trustee
“...Yesterday is but today’s memory and tomorrow is today’s dream.”-Kahlil Gibran
How true and poignant the words are! It all rests on us to make the memories beautiful, to be cherished with smiles on countenance and contentedness in the heart. What we are is the result of many factors, one important being education.
Education, both informal and formal make a man while informal education reaches the heart and soul chiseling a man’s persona, formal education carves his destiny. Informal education is what life teaches us every day when we encounter problems and crises whereas formal education is what we choose. The selection once made judiciously embarks us on a journey that makes us realize our dreams.
Our dreams should not be confined to the aspiration of one person’s goals but it should be so that leads to the betterment of the family, society, and ultimately the humanity. And this is education in the true sense when one rises above the self and works towards the common good.
The Gajera Trust Schools advocate education that prepares students for life skills. We believe in imparting education that strengthens the ability of an individual to meet the needs and demands of the transitional society. The Social, emotional, and thinking skills of students are build up as they are the important building blocks for a dynamic citizen who can cope up with worldly challenges and emerge victoriously.
Parents are the guiding force who bring perspective to the life of a child. The Gajera trust helps the parents realize their aspirations which they seek through their child. The trust shows gratitude to them for their constant support as it has helped us flourish and excel.
Let’s celebrate being a part of the civilized world that doesn’t find its meaning in the skyscrapers or the latest gadgets but that selflessly advocates happiness for one and all, embracing the past with fond reminiscence and the future with longingness for humanitarianism.
Message From Principal
Dear Parents & Learners,
We welcome you to the new session, new beginning with new hopes. Previous academic year 2020 – 2021 went like a bumpy ride, sometimes moving fast and effective, sometimes gets slow due to hurdles on the path. Yet with the support of our Educators, Parents & Learners, we were able to reach the destination which is “Knowledge and Learning.
In the beginning, it was not that smooth. But as time went by, we stood up to the challenge. We learnt newer and better techniques. At this point we must appreciate the educators who left no stone unturned to make things happen. They learnt to teach online almost overnight. All of a sudden, they had to learn how to use technology to make things easier and better for learners and themselves. Yet, everything turned out well. We learnt that even activities could be done online.
With the efforts put in by educators, parents and learners, we were able to achieve the new heights in online teaching-learning process. Even though everything went online, there was no room for error. Not only the focus was on teaching but following the pedagogy of school which is practical learning. The pedagogy of school also includes, “Think, Ask, Rise” which was demonstrated by the teachers and followed by learners. We never thought that practical learning can also happen online. But after seeing the efforts from the students, we were awestruck.
This last quarter was very important for us as a school. It was the time of results and too our surprise results were excellent. The efforts made by all of us were clearly visible. This edition of Newsletter will showcase the activities done online and will also present the learning outcomes through practical approach Before ending. I would like to thank all my dear parents who have stood by us in these tough times. They supported us by having their children attend online classes regularly. It helped keep education on track. Because of their involvement, children did not lose their academic year. Learning went on as if nothing had gone wrong. I pray to god that this tough time shall pass soon and once again GGS campus will buzz with the chattering and chirpings of children.
Date-5th April 2021
Reset & Restarted with New Session 2021-22
Purpose: The welcome session was a part of the school's tradition. Learners are given a warm welcome so that they may feel at ease with the new books and advanced concepts apart from getting familiar with a new set of educators.
A.Y. 2021-22 started on the 5th of April this year as per schedule with a welcoming program for all the learners of the school. Learners had introductions and ice-breakers, prepping for coming days.
Date-14th April 2021
Learning Ascending Order
Purpose: The activity was done as part of the school’s pedagogy of teaching through play. It is in continuum with the philosophy which suggests that children learn best through activity based, incidental approach.
To make Math Fun, the zealous 1st graders were taught ascending and descending order through a play way method by scaling and reordering different objects. It enabled them to grasp the concept without resorting to the conventional means of black and white text.
Date-12th, 17th & 26th April 2021
Life Skills Classes
Purpose: Life skill classes are held regularly as part of the curriculum to make them self-reliance in everyday life. Activities like these have diverse benefits. Besides, they also use their creative thinking skills to come up with newer twists and tastes.
Learners of Grade I to IV learnt to make pizzas. The recipe was innovated by taking Biscuits as pizza base which added a twist to the taste. By using biscuits as pizza base, they innovated the recipe.
Learners of Grades I through IV took part in an activity called Rainbow Salad as part of their life skill training in which they made fruit salads eaten in different countries. Some of them included Overnight Fruit Salad, Tropical Fruit Salad and Honey Lime Rainbow Fruit Salad.
Date- 19th April 2021
Learning Naming Words
Purpose: The activity was done to show how important naming words are in a language. They were able to identify how the world, as we know it, will not exist and expressing oneself would be almost impossible with these naming words.
Using colorful charts, learners of 1st and 2nd grades understood the importance of nouns in the study of language. Through an activity based teaching approach, they were taught to single out noun words on a chart. They also identified various objects using their names and learnt the importance of naming words, i.e. nouns, in order to communicate effectively.
Date- 26th April 2021
Learning Strokes through Sand Activity
Purpose: A warm up activity was done to make the learners learn how to write letters on a paper with a pencil. Drawing strokes on sand and salt makes writing more playful and interesting.
Writing letters becomes easier after we have learnt to draw lines. Letter are formed with strokes up and down, right and left. So the learners of nursery were taught how to draw strokes on sand and salt which made the learning more helpful for them.
Date- 27th April 2021
Learning Expressions through Emojis
Purpose: The activity was conducted to help learners learn about different emotions in a play-way method. When learners learn through practical experiences, learning becomes fun and contextual. Practical exposure or experience makes the learning intact for a life time.
Prep graders of the school learnt about emotions through an activity in which they made different smileys. They were taught that the face is the pictographical representation of expressions which plays a vital role in Non-verbal communication. Learning emotions through expressions is an instance of GGS unique teaching learning pedagogy.
Date-28th April 2021
Compare and Contrast
Purpose: The activity was done to make learners learn by giving them exposure practically, instead of reading or writing of a text. This way learning becomes contextual and more useful.
To know how to compare, we need different antonyms words. Viharsh Shah learner of Jr. Kg. demonstrated the difference between size, length and order through different practical methods & showing live examples. He explained various antonyms like Before-After, Tall-Short, Big-Small & More-Less in an interactive method.
Inculcating Social & Moral Values
Date- 7th April 2021
World Health Day
Purpose: The day was celebrated to remind learners to take good care of themselves. Taking care of health had become all the more pertinent as the pandemic refuses to die away. In fact, it seems to have come back with a renewed vigor.
The school celebrated World Health Day on 7th April to emphasize the need for good health and hygiene. Stories were shared, videos were shown and advice given on the need to keep healthy.
Date- 18th April 2021
World Heritage Day
Purpose: The activity aimed to create awareness about the need to preserve the heritage sites. These sites showcase the importance of the rich as well as diverse culture around the world. They validate how our collective identities have been shaped, thus preserving them is synonymous to safeguarding our own identity.
The World Heritage Day 2021, was celebrated with zest and passion as Learners of grades VI to X took part in various activities like creating posters, expressing through drawings and making presentations about various heritage sites in the world. Though the means of expressing were varied, the purpose was one. They highlighted the need to preserve cultural artifacts for posterity.
Date- 22nd April 2021
World Earth Day
Purpose: The activity was done with an intent to make the young generation realize the importance as well as the imminent need to protect and conserve nature for the benefit of oneself and society at large. It further exemplified the learning that Mother nature deserves as much care and love, as she showers on us.
Learners of GGS celebrated Earth Day 2021 by undertaking a unique plantation drive. It was made special with the use of pots and planters designed by students themselves, using objects of daily use available at home. They participated in this activity as a part of the school's initiative towards inculcating love and respect for nature as well as conserving the environment. They thoroughly enjoyed planting multiple varieties of seeds and saplings.
Date- 23rd April 2021
World Book Day
Purpose: The day was celebrated in tandem with World Book Day observed all over the world. It is believed that celebrations like this will motivate learners to read more.
Learners of grades I to X celebrated World Book Day by writing stories and reading them to their peers, while VI to VII graders recited old stories with a new twist and interesting ending.
Date- 4th, 11th, 18th & 25th April, 2021
Series of Bhagavad Geeta
Purpose: Geeta Saar is given so that one can become spiritually enlightened which will help them remain strong on the face of adversity and take success with equanimity.
Videos explaining the Bhagavad Geeta are posted on Facebook on Sundays as an expression of the school’s commitment to impart spirituality along with the most modern education possible.
The Bhagavad Geeta encourages us to live life with purity, strength, discipline, honesty, kindness & integrity in order to be a good human being. Every Sunday, Educators & Learners of GGS sings the sloka & summarizes one chapter from the Shreemad Bhagavad Geeta and explains it for the spiritual edification of our learners & of whole community.
Date- 26th April 2021
"Fit & Fine" Fitness Programme @GGS
Purpose: The programme has been started in view of the sedentary lifestyle the pandemic has imposed on us. Learners are confined to their homes in front of a computer screen, mobile phones, laptops, gaming devices etc. making them more susceptible to illnesses. The fit and fine session is expected to help learners to keep themselves in shape. A regular online fitness session called “Fit & Fine” has been started by the school. Learners, educators and parents come together online to work out joints and muscles for flexibility and fitness.
Date- 29th April 2021
International Dance day
Topic: Lost Rhythms of the Past
Purpose: Learners and viewers were introduced to some endangered and extinct Folk dance forms of different cultures and ethnic groups. These beautiful and creative dance form were brought to life with a hope to regain their popularity, slowly and steadily.
On this International Dance Day, Dance Mentor of GGS Mr. Debasish Dutta gave the Folk Dance Challenge to learners. All the learners showcased their talent through a video of self. Endangered and extinct dance forms were chosen and performed, in an attempt to recall at our forgotten culture.
Online School Competitions & Celebrations
Date- 23rd April 2021
Picture Talk Competition
Purpose: The competition was held to boost learners’ vocabulary and public speaking skills. The activity indirectly helped them learn adjectives.
Prep graders of GGS took part in a competition called Show and Tell in which they described pictures shown online by their educators.
The best speaker was selected on the basis of the range of vocabulary used.
Date- 24th April 2021
Graduation Day Celebration
Purpose: GGS appreciates and congratulates its Sr.Kg. learners every year when they graduate to the primary level. This year too, the tradition remained intact though it was held online. One way or the other, GGS lives up to any challenge it faces.
The much-awaited Graduation Day for the learners of Sr. Kg. was held online on 24th April 2021, Saturday. The ceremony started with the principal’s speech thanking everyone for their constant support and resilience on the face of the current situation. The presence of Trustee Ms Kinjal Chunibhai Gajera, Vice-chancellor of Auro University Mr. Rajan Welukar & Chief Pediatrician and Neonatologist at Wings and Nupoor hospital Dr. Manan Balar, the progr-amme had all the ingredients of a successful ceremony. Learners were given accolades online.
Virtual Educational Excursions
Date- 8th April 2021
Virtual Educational Excursion to Organic Farm
Purpose: Educational excursions are regularly organized by the school to help learners understand concepts better. This excursion was organized with the intent to make learners learn incidentally.
Prep graders of the school went on an educational excursion to the horticulture zone in the school.
Learners were shown the growth process of different types of vegetables, either over the ground or under the ground.
Date-16th April 2021
Virtual Educational Excursion to The Moon
Purpose: The Excursion was organized as part of the school’s policy of providing learners with ample opportunities for practical learning. Since physical excursions are no longer possible, we took the online alternative.
This online alternative, in fact, seemed better as we are no longer constrained by geographical and logistical restrictions. Mystifying celestial bodies and alienated objects of the universe have always enthralled us. Our intrigue often makes us wonder about what lies beyond the boundaries of human knowledge and comprehension. One such celestial body is the Moon. The study of the Moon has equally inspired fields of science as well as sociology. To have learners see and understand this celestial body, a virtual trip to the Moon was organized for the learners of grades 6th to 10th. It provided them with detailed knowledge about this satellite of the earth, mainly under the purview of science.
Date-30th April 2021
Virtual Educational Excursion to "Lior The Baker"
Purpose: Learners were taken on Education Excursion as a part of the school teaching pedagogy of learning with practical experience. Physical visits have been postponed due to pandemic but virtual visits makes is sure that learners does not loose any opportunity to learn.
Learners of Grade I to V were taken on virtual educational excursion to a bakery. They learnt about the complete process of making different types of bread, beginning from kneading the dough, to baking and packaging.
Workshops & Webinars
Date-1st April 2021 to 3rd April 2021
Development Programmes for Educators @ GGS
Purpose: The training programme was held to have educators rethink, reevaluate and rejuvenate their arsenal. They learned newer and better techniques to engage the learner so that learning stays with them their entire lives.
Before the beginning of A.Y. 2021-22, all the educators of GGS brushed up on their knowledge and pedagogical techniques in a three-day training program held online. This year, all the training programs were subject-specific.
Date- 17th April 2021
Eco Bricks Workshop by Green Educator of GGS
Purpose: The workshop was organized to show how one may contribute to the environment in their own little capacity. While we may not be able to make a huge difference by clearing the use of such sustainable material might provide our planet with the breather that it urgently needs.
There are as many ways to show your love for nature as you can think of --- planting trees, going digital and keeping ACs off. With this purpose a workshop on making Eco-bricks was conducted by the Green Educator of GGS Ms. Lulua Hussain. She demonstrated how these bricks are a more viable alternative to the ones that we presently use. If Eco-bricks replace the kind we use today, every individual’s basic dream of their ‘own house’ may soon become a reality.
Date- 24th April 2021
AI- Encoding Techniques Workshop: Code is the New Prophet
Purpose: The workshop was intended to motivate learners to take up data science and artificial intelligence for future studies.
Learners were taught how the dependence on the Internet and the advent of 5G can generate newer and more lucrative career options. 3D/Robotics Mentor of GGS Ms. Shefali Kholwadwala conducted an online workshop on artificial intelligence for the learners of GGS and other schools
managed by the Gajera Trust. She explained the basics of the concepts to our eager learners who could not contain their excitement. Learners were seen taking notes and asking questions showing their high level of interest. She showed learners how to predict customer behavior by collecting data through algorithms and codes.
She also demonstrated how codes can help boost return on investment by targeting advertisements at the right customer segment.
Date- 27th April 2021
Chanting of Hanuman Chalisa for world peace
Purpose: Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated by Hindus every year with a belief that monkey god will make them more energetic and lively. On the occasion of Hanuman Jayanti, learner KKrishna Shyam Chauhan of Grade-II recited Hanuman Chalisa, praying for world peace and general well-being. It is believed among that reciting the Hanuman Chalisa can ward off evil spirits and help those troubled by nightmares. It gives one strength and courage to face challenges head-on. The Hanuman Chalisa is trusted to have magical power and qualities that can keep one energetic and lively.
Article By Learners
Hanging Gardens of Babylon
One of the wonders of the ancient world was irrigated by the Euphrates River. It is uncertain if Sammu-ramat or Nebuchadnezzar II ordered them to be built between 8th and 7th century BC Babylonia. The gardens were built partially on top of ziggurats, and plants were irrigated on channels. No direct evidence of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon exists. However, there is archaeological evidence, uncovered by Robert Koldewey, that ancient structures exist to support the technology used for these gardens. Ancient Greeks Diodorus Siculus and Strabo have noted the Hanging Babylonian Gardens.
The majority of scholars agree that the idea of cultivating gardens purely for pleasure, as opposed to the production of food, originated in the Fertile Crescent, where they were known as a paradise. From there the notion would spread throughout the ancient Mediterranean so that by Hellenistic times even private individuals, or at least the wealthier ones, were cultivating their own private gardens in their homes. Gardens were not just about flowers and plants, either, as architectural, sculptural, and water features were added, and even the views were a consideration for the ancient landscape gardener. Gardens became such a desired feature that fresco painters, such as those at Pompeii, covered entire walls of villas with scenes which gave the illusion that on entering a room one was also entering a garden. All of these outdoor pleasant places, then, owed their existence to ancient Mesopotamia and, above all, to the magnificent Hanging Gardens of Babylon.
-By Harikrushna Patel of Grade-VII
The moon has a face like the clock in the hall;
She shines on thieves on the garden wall,
On streets and fields and harbour quays,
And birdies asleep in the forks of the trees.
The squalling cat and the squeaking mouse,
The howling dog by the door of the house,
The bat that lies in bed at noon,
All love to be out by the light of the moon.
But all of the things that belong to the day
Cuddle to sleep to be out of her way;
And flowers and children close their eyes
Till up in the morning the sun shall arise
-By Devanshi Zala of Grade-V
Seek Nothing but Peace
Lord, you are my lighthouse,
That leads me to my peace.
Give us such strength as to move mountains,
Part the sea and stop the wind.
You are the fire that keeps my house warm,
Even when the snow beats down on the outside.
Lord, you are the ark that keeps me floating in the flood,
You are the wind that powers my forge.
When you are with me, need I despair?
So Lord, fill me with strength to swim across this stormy channel,
For I know, you are waiting on the other side to lead me home.
Lord, banish worry from my mind,
For worrying adds not a single moment to my life.
Instead, fill me with gratitude to you,
Because the more I see what you have given me,
The fewer reasons I find to fret and frown.
Lord, I seek nothing but a bigger sail
To tide over the storm and hail,
Give me insight to see what lies beneath,
And find reasons in your designs and deeds.
Lord, give me nothing but peace,
To swim across these troubled seas.
For I know, peace is strength, and worry is weakness.
-By Mr. Dipankar Basumatary
आज की जो वर्तमान विषम परिस्थितियां है उसमें आत्म संयम रखना प्राथमिकता है आत्म संयम का सहज और सरल अर्थ है अपने मन पर नियंत्रण। मानव जीवन में संयम की आवश्यकता को सभी विचार शील व्यक्तियों ने स्वीकारा है। अपने शब्दों में अगर कहे तो खुद को जीत जाना ही आत्म संयम है। यदि मनुष्य विषम परिस्थितियों में सोच विचार विवेक तथा दृढ़ता से काम ले तो वह अनेक संकट विपदा से बच सकता है। हमें अपनी इंद्रियों के वश में आकर अपनी ही उन्नति में बाधक बन जाते हैं। आत्म संयम के लिए हमें सतत प्रयास करने की जरूरत है। हम सभी जानते हैं कि हर किसी का मन चंचल होता है। और इसी वजह से हम अपनी भावनाओं को खुला छोड़ देते हैं। जिसके कारण हम अपनी कई शक्तियां नष्ट कर देते हैं। अतः हमें शांत क्षमाशील, उदार और स्थिर मन से सारे कार्य करने चाहिए। अपने आप को जो जीत लिया, वही असल में आत्म संयम है। संसार के प्रति तटस्थ भाव रखें। सांसारिक बातों की अधिक चिंता नहीं करें। निश्चय होकर मन को स्थिर रखने का अभ्यास करें। सांसारिक घटनाक्रम मन को व्यग्र करते हैं। जिससे शरीर पर नकारात्मक असर पड़ता है। संसार आपको बदले इससे पहले ही आप स्वयं को बदल दे। प्रेमचंद जी ने आत्म संयम के बारे में क्या खूब लिखा है--
"संयम उस मित्र के समान हैं ,जो ओझल होने पर भी मनुष्य की शक्ति धारा में विद्यमान रहता है।
-By Ms. Anju Singh
Date-3rd April 2021
Parents’ Orientation Session for Primary & Secondary Section Parents
Purpose: The orientation was held to interact with parents of new learners in the school. Both sides discussed their aims and aspirations by finding a common ground.
An orientation program for the parents of new students was held today to brief them about the pedagogical practices in place at the school. They had interactive sessions with educators who talked about what parents may expect from the school and what the school expects from them.
Article By Parents
Handling Your Child During COVID Times
Parenting has always been a tough task, and it has become even tougher during COVID times. Work from home, online classes, staying at home, following social distances has exhausted us mentally and physically. In this situation we all must have observed changes in our as well as our child's behavior, which is but obvious. Sometimes it becomes difficult to understand your child's behavior and controlling their actions becomes tougher. So, what to do in such situations.
1) Understand your child. First thing before shouting at your child, you should try and do is understand their state of mind. We should understand that staying at home has made us so burdened, same goes with your child. Children are not able to play outside, not able to meet their friends, their physical activities have stopped. In such situation children many a times are unable to express their feelings and start to irritate without understanding. So it is our responsibility to handle them properly. If we shout at them, the situation might get worsen. So understand their mental state and react accordingly.
2) Make a Time Table Making a time table for your child. Making time table can help your child cope up with these situations. Time table can help them understand how much time they have to give to which activity. Setting up a time table can help your child study, watch TV, play and do other activities accordingly. Wake them up according to their school timing and ask them to follow the schedule.
3) Play with your child It is very important that we play with our children once in a day. You should make it a point that you take time from your routine and play something with your child. By doing so we will have a good bonding with our child. Also, the child will feel secure in such situations.
4) Encourage Them to learn COVID time may not be good for us, but if you plan it can prove to be boon for your child. Encourage your child to learn something new like some activity like singing, dancing, drawing or doing martial arts. This will engage them for the day in different activities, increasing their knowledge. Encourage them to read books or whatever is available to improve their reading skills. As much your child reads it helps them to think and imagine.
5) Take Help Don't hesitate to take help from your child. Ask your child to help you out in your household work. Ask them to keep their things on place, keep their rooms clean, eat their food on their own, fold their clothes on their own, and make their bed and so on. In this way you will involve your child in daily activities, get help, and in a way you will inculcate some good habits in your child.
6) Talk to them Talking to your child is the most important thing. Make them understand the current situation, importance of staying at home, washing hands, wearing mask, maintaining social distancing and so on. Don't overboard your child with instructions but ask them to take care of themselves. -By Ms. Kriti Bhatnagar
Mother of Manthan Bhatnagar (Grade-I)
Words of Appreciation by Parents
Don't hesitate to take help from your child. Ask your child to help you out in your household work. Ask them to keep their things on place, keep their rooms clean, eat their food on their own, fold their clothes on their own, and make their bed and so on. In this way you will involve your child in daily activities, get help, and in a way you will inculcate some good habits in your child.
The corona virus brings with it feelings like anxiety, stress, and uncertainty — and they are felt especially strongly by children of all ages. Though all children deal with such emotions in different ways, if your child has been faced with school closures, canceled events, or separation from friends, they are going to need to feel loved and supported now more than ever.
Just in order to stay positive and let them express their emotions is the best way for them to stay positive.
As parents, we should create such an environment with a simple routine by various activities. Like engaging than learning new languages, allowing them to spend some time with nature, teaching them plantation and many more of their interest. The habit of learning and innovating something new of their interest will bring positivity to achieve more and this will help them stay focused in life. We as a parent we are getting good results of this and even a fearless child who adopted the situation with the consciousness of current situation.
-By Ms. Shilpa Rajput
Mother of Falak Rajput (Grade-II)
To begin with, I want to convey my big thank you to all the team members of GGS (Global Gajera School, Pal), already one year has passed and as the school was closed due to Pandemic situation, online teaching technique becomes the only option for us as well as school learners.
Online teaching is very difficult to adjust for learners and us, but you all teachers made us and our learners very comfortable to understand and adjust with online technique. It seems that it was very difficult for the teachers to adopt new concept rather than us.
As online teaching started, we heard the very negative experience of other schools, but GGS team really made it easy and adjustable for us.
Educator’s team of GGS, handle the learner’s in a very kind manner. All the learners were asking so many questions, but very calmly, the educators were answering their queries. We never saw the angriness or laziness on the face of teachers.
All the educators were taking proper care of each learner, and we understand from their teaching that, GGS want to grow each learner in every own field of interest.
A big THANK YOU again.
-By Pradnya Deshpande
Mother of Advait Deshpande (Grade-II)
Parents’ Feedback on Online Classes
Parents of our learners sent their well wishes and appreciation through videos for the efforts put in by the educators of the school. They felt that keeping education on track in spite of the pandemic is a praiseworthy achievement. Mrs. Alpa Dethaliya mother of Pruvil Dethaliya (Grade-VIII) appreciated the personal attention her son receives by educators even in online classes, Mrs. Bansari Ribadia mother of Heer Ribadia (Grade-V) appriciated the whole team of GGS for keeping the studies on the track with co-curricular activities, Mrs. Megha Patel, mother of Ahaan Patel (Sr. Kg.) appreciated the school’s efforts to keep learning on track despite the lock-down. While Mrs. Ishita Panwala mother of Hansi Panwala (Nursery) praised the educators for helping learners retain interest in studies.
Date- 23rd April 2021
Launching of Most Awaited Novel
Purpose: The novel was in the offing for some time and we found no other day better than World Book Day to publish it.
A science-fiction called "A Trip to Tomorrowland" was published by GGS on the occasion of World Book Day. Learners Aditi Basumatary, Kesar Shukla, Mahi Parihar and Saniya Sorathiya contributed to the novel with content and illustrations while language mentor Mr. Dipankar Basumatary guided and edited them.
The Girl Who Drank the Moon The Kid Who Came from Space
-By Kelly Barnhill -By Ross Welford