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  • June 26th, 2018
An appeal for peace

“Courageous people do not fear forgiving, for the sake of peace.” – Nelson Mandela SAI International Residential School students participated and debated on the topic of peace on June 25, 2018. Students participated and gave a strong message and made an appeal to the world leaders to stop war and enmity. The soldier who killed that little Syrian child had no enmity with her. Many childre

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  • June 25th, 2018
Incredible weekend for SIRS students

“I continue to believe that if children are given the necessary tools to succeed, they will succeed beyond their wildest dreams!” – David Vitter What an incredible weekend for the students of SAI International Residential School. Children got a respite from the regular classes over the weekend. SIRS students went out for a movie on June 24, 2018 at a multiplex. ‘Incredibles 2’ was an

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  • June 23rd, 2018
Parents are God on earth

“No matter how far we come, our parents are always in us.” – Brad Meltzer SAI International Residential School inculcates moral values to the children from the early classes. A session was held at SIRS that stressed upon the values of respecting elders, parents and teachers to guide the children in the right direction and make them understand the need and importance of virtues for a str

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  • June 22nd, 2018
Yoga for purification of body mind and soul

Yoga is a light which once lit will never dim, the better your practice the brighter your flame. Yoga is not new to the world, it was started ages ago to synchronize the functioning of the body, mind and soul of an individual. Yoga helps to elevate and energize your spirits, detoxifies your body, rejuvenates your soul and hones your mind. Since eternity yogis have been practicing yoga to atta

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  • June 21st, 2018
A friend in need is a friend indeed

“Thousands of candles can be lighted from a single candle, and the life of the candle will not be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared.” – Buddha Helping the needy is a virtue. Bring a smile on someone’s face and render a helping hand when a person is in dire need of it, was the topic for the morning assembly at SIRS on June 20, 2018. Students of class VII showcased the th

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  • June 19th, 2018
Shri Anil Swarup, Secretary, GOI, shares his words of wisdom

SAI International Residential School witnessed the presence of Shri Anil Swarup, IAS, Secretary, School Education and Literacy, MHRD, GOI, who spared his valuable time to interact with the students of SIRS and share his profound words of guidance and motivation. He was highly impressed by the mission, vision, the quality of education and the 360 degree personality development for the students, the

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  • June 18th, 2018
Road trips

The beautiful terrains of the valley tell us that the road is infinite and ready to be explored by a wonderer. Be the wanderer and unravel the hidden stories in them. Plan a road trip and be that globetrotter as adventure lies in the most unexpected places. When you are on a road trip every day is a new day with new landscape, new adventure and new places; it’s a treat to eyes. It allows you to

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  • June 15th, 2018
School misses you

The school loves the crowded fields, classroom and cafeteria.  But the summer break takes away all the charm from the school. Like the shining stars that illuminate the sky, the children illuminate the school with their presence, they have a positive aura. The empty classrooms miss your giggles, the corridors, your funny foot taps, the sports courts, your game sprits and shouting slogans for your

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  • June 13th, 2018
Footloose

Listening to music is alluring to ears and foot tapping comes in as a bonus. Don’t just foot tap; loosen up and dance to glory.  Dancing is a stress buster, it instills positivity, it keeps u in shape, lightens and brightens up your mood, improves your mental health and boosts happiness. Dancing has always been a part of the human culture. It’s imbibed in our system. Dancing can come naturall

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  • June 12th, 2018
Water games

Is there anything better than playing water games on a hot summer day?? Children love water. They are water personified; very calming, adaptable and refreshing but when angry they are a not less than a tsunami. Let them blend in water and rejoice. Water activities boost the sense organs; it enhances physical, cognitive and social skills. When children play with water, may be simply pouring will im

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