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  • May 17th, 2018
Summer holidays bucket list day Four – Spending time with parents watching TV

Chilling out in a bed on a hot sunny day, wearing your pajamas, a remote with you the whole day, watching your favorite show, having your parents sitting next to you, enjoying what you watch, having giggles too. Children love to spend their time with parents and so do the parents. When both the parents are working it becomes difficult for them to spare their time. It is essentially of utmost impor

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  • May 16th, 2018
Summer holidays bucket list day three Sibling care

The relationship between siblings is special and it is blessed by God. Siblings have a special bond as they share the same family, the same home and the same childhood. Even when years pass, they stay a reminder of happy and carefree days for each other. So during this summer break children you must take care and spend time with your little/elder brothers and sisters; play, love, fight and stu

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  • May 15th, 2018
Summer holiday bucket list: Reading

Reading for a healthy and intelligent mind Books are your best friends for life. There is no frigate like a book; your war is half won if you are an avid reader. A Book doesn’t need a passport or a visa to travel; it’s with you in your bag wherever you go. It makes you laugh and it makes you cry, it dries up your tears too. Break free from phones, ipads, tabs and look into the book; it’s got

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  • May 14th, 2018
Summer Holiday Bucket List Number One: Swimming

Children get bored during the holidays and every mom has to listen to, “Mom!! What do I do? I’m getting bored, sun’s shining as bright as it can and there is no fun indoors”. SIRS has a comprehensive summer activity bucket list for its children and today lets talk about kids’ favorite activity, ‘swimming’. So children just jump into the swimming pools and rejoice, let yourself loose

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  • May 12th, 2018
Teachers orientation program : Decision Making

It is said, decisions are toughest moves to make, especially when it’s a choice between what you want and what is right. It is imperative to understand the positive and negative impact of one’s decision and the consequences it will lead to. As per Newton’s third law; “every action has an equal and opposite reaction”. To help the teachers make the right decision and take the correct actio

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  • May 11th, 2018
Crisis Management

“The secret of crisis Management is not good vs. bad but preventing the bad from getting worse”.  Andy Gilman In a residential school, it is important to know how to tackle emergency situations as teachers there deal with sudden and unexpected crisis on a daily basis. They need to be vigilant, prudent and patient to deal with any kind of situational upsurge. Headmaster Shri Amitabh Agnihotri

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  • May 11th, 2018
Team Work Workshop

“Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. The ability to direct individual accomplishments toward organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results”    Andrew Carnegie A successful team is, many hands working towards the same goal and success happens only with well developed and groomed interpersonal skills. Just the way t

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  • May 10th, 2018
Teacher Workshop – Etiquette

“Etiquette is all human social behavior. If you’re a hermit on a mountain, you don’t have to worry about etiquette; if somebody comes up the mountain, then you’ve got a problem. It matters because we want to live in reasonably harmonious communities”  Judith Martin The dictionary defines etiquette as, the customary code of polite behavior in society or among members of a par

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  • May 9th, 2018
Teachers Workshop – Empathy

“Leadership is about empathy. It is about having the ability to relate to and connect with people for the purpose of inspiring and empowering their lives.” – Oprah Winfrey A teacher is role model for any child. Children look up to teachers almost as a supreme power, who listens to them and resolve their issues. It is of utmost importance for a teacher to be empathetic towards chi

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  • May 8th, 2018
Teachers Orientation Program

It takes someone and something special to be an educator, a person who has compassion, cares for children, is an influencer, loves and helps the student to grow to their fullest potential.  SIRS constantly trains and upgrades its teachers to enhance their teaching skills, life skills and values, by their in-house trained experts. The Academic Director S​h​ri Harish Sandhuja and Headmaster S

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