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Teachers Day

Students at the Canadian International School, Bangalore celebrated teachers’ day with full excitement and fervor today at its campus who expressed their gratitude and respect for their mentors and teachers. Students welcomed their teachers with flowers and gifts as a token of their love and admiration.

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Students at the Canadian International School, Bangalore, hold a yearly tradition of giving flowers. The flowers are a symbol of our gratitude and respect towards the faculty at our school who are always ready to lend a helping hand to needy, said one of the student.

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Recycled Regatta

Canadian International School hosted their 2nd annual, unique event – ‘Recycled Regatta’ at its campus, on the penultimate day of school. The Recycled Regatta is a school-wide challenge wherein students design and construct floatation devices made entirely out of recycled materials capable of holding 2 students who had to man and sail/float the unit across the length of the swimming pool.


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Although regattas are typically amateur competitions, it was a formally structured event, with comprehensive rules describing the schedule, specifications and procedures of the event. The event was designed to promote team building and create awareness for recycling and reusing materials.

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Brush of Kindness

The students of Canadian International School, Bangalore had initiated a project “Brush of Kindness” Today in association with an NGO called “Habitat for Humanity” 54 IB1 students (Grade 11) students along with their CAS Coordinator Ms. Priya Anand & and three staff members painted houses for the below poverty line (BPL) families in Bangalore in a village called Basavalingappa near Hegdenagar.

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Students had raised funds for this project through a Walkathon that involved students from K-12. SCA members of the school also donated to the cause. Around Rs. 50,000 was collected from the secondary students and the SCA members and was donated to Habitat for the project.

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World Environment Day

In keeping with the tradition of celebrating World Environment Day, the students of Canadian International School (CIS) Bangalore hosted a series of activities to celebrate the World environment day at its campus today. The students made thought-provoking posters and slogans to raise awareness about the environment. This was a small but determined step in creating awareness towards saving the environment.

http://www.thisweekbangalore.com/canadian-international-school-celebrates-environment-day/

Students did lots of fun activities to learn about the special day carrying banners and placards with messages to save the environment. They collected and used a lot of recyclable and reusable material for all of their projects. They made earth craft from reusable paper and a banner with the insightful views and comments of our great thinkers. Students wore the Earth Masks they had made and wore green/blue T-shirts to represent land and water. They did their bit to spread awareness by saying “Raise Your Voice, Not the Sea Level” which is also the theme of United Nation’s Environment Programme’s (UNEP) this year.

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Graduation Day

The graduating students “Class of 2014” of Canadian International School (CIS) Bangalore were given a fond farewell at the valedictory ceremony in a grand way. The event was full of nostalgia & memories but also one of looking ahead. The event began with a ceremonial procession with students clad in graduation gowns and caps. Parents were also present to encourage their wards and witness the grand spectacle.

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The opening speech was given by Mr. Shane Kells,Head of School. The school presented various awards to the talented students in recognition of their consistent, exceptional academic achievement over the entire programme. Students shared their experiences and paid tributes to their mentors.

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Holi Celebration

Holi, one of the most boisterous festivals of India, was celebrated with a splash of colour and an array of water guns by the students from 37 nationalitiesat Canadian International School (CIS). The event was a superb sharing of culture and fun.Children of Belakku (an Institution for mentally challenged children) received Pichkari (a toy water gun) & Holi colours as a gift from SCA (Student Community Association run by CIS parents & students). Cultural activities such as these help students assimilate and appreciate the richness and diversity of not just the local culture but also go a long way in enhancing the social and cultural fabric of CIS’s multi-cultural community.

http://www.udupitoday.com/udtoday/news_Students-celebrate-Holi-at-Canadian-International-School_3568.html

“CIS Students enjoyed splashing eco-friendly colours on friends and family. It was a great experience for everyone as the festival of Holi signifies the coming together of different communities and the celebration of the spirit of universal brotherhood. Wish you all a Happy Holi!” said Vishwas Kulkarni – Hindi Teacher.

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“We were eagerly awaiting for this day. It was indeed a fun-filled festival of colours which took place with a lot of joy and fervor.” said by IB Students.

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Holi celebration. What a fun festivity! – said Sandra Manrique, SCA Member.

Helen Booth, SCA Head said so much fun, as always!!
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Canadian International School – Festival of Arts

The Canadian International School (CIS) Bangalore organized its annual Festival of the Arts with many interesting activities and performances. The event, a hub of creative synergy was designed to create a festive event experience and community celebration. The fair had visual & performing arts, puppet show, drama performance, art exhibition, workshops on traditional Indian Dance and many more interesting events.
http://www.udupitoday.com/udtoday/news_Canadian-International-School-celebrates-Festival-of-Arts_3515.html

The chief guest of the event was Dr. Benny Prasad, renowned instrumental guitarist, holds the WORLD RECORD of – Fastest to travel to 245 nations in 6 years, 6 months & 22 days. He has travelled all around the world performing to huge audiences. He has performed before presidents and parliaments, before the crowds of 2007 military world games, 2006 FIFA world cup and the 2004 Olympic Games etc.

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