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"Parents Educator Meeting and Prize Distribution Ceremony"


Gajera International School offer an event referred to as Open House. The purpose of these events is to allow the parents/guardians an opportunity to come to the school and become acclimated for this school year.


Great questions to ask include “What does your child need from the educators] in order to succeed?” and “What are your child's strengths?” Another favorite activity is to have parents write a message to their child, or better yet—read a message their child has left for them and reply to it.

Kindergarten is a crucial time in the development of your young student. It's a time to discover, learn and grow. ... Kindergarten Open Houses allow you to visit our schools and talk to the teachers who will be guiding your child as he or she begins the educational journey. To let parents, know of the measures we've adopted, we called parents to school for the open house. They discussed their wards' performance in Half Yearly Assessment and collected the result. As it’s hard for children not to be in school buildings.

To celebrate our learners' innovative spirits, we organize Maker’s Day every year. On this day, our learners enter their projects and ideas in all the four categories--- Innovation, Creativity, Social and Synergy the prizes of which were declared today. Today’s prize distribution ceremony was exclusively for the learners. All entries were submitted online, from the comfort and safety of home. Our young makers visited the school premises with their parents to receive the prizes.

The prize distribution ceremony was graced by the presence of our guest parents Dr.Chirag Patoliya and Dr. Geeta Malkesh Tarsariya. The event came to an end with the vote of thanks by the Vice-Principal.

The focus of today’s parent-educator meet was the discussion of their wards’ performance in Half Yearly Assessment-

Felicitate the winner of the learners who were participated in topic of ‘Mother Nature’ in Makers Day by the parents as a guest.


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