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Positive Thinking Workshop: Mrs Meenakshi Chhabra, the Principal of Sugni Devi Sr. Sec. School-kurukshetra, conducted workshop on the "Positive Thinking" for students, in Euro International School Sector -109 during our Summer Camp. She spoke about the "Self-Awareness", "Support well-being" & "Effective Techniques for changing Attitudes" . Aim of the workshop was to provide the students with a better understanding of what is positive thinking and how it impact your life. It was an interactive session with lot of queries which were satisfactorily answered by Mrs Meenakshi Chhabra
SUMMER CAMP 2018 - DAY 6 The day was all about thrilling games & personal development. AT Euro International School Sector -109, a PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT class was taken by Ms. Sweta Singh. Workshop fosters positivity, self-confidence & develops inner resilience. Then English Calligraphy activity was organized to improve students writing skills. Kids love playing with recreational parachutes game. Motive of parachutes game is to teach children the importance of teamwork. The Children thoroughly enjoyed & They loved it! #THINKBIG
IT’S A HANDS-ON SCIENCE WORKSHOP FOR TEACHERS. Euro International School Sector 109, organized a SCIENCE WORKSHOP which was conducted by Ms. Anjali Singh, Educator & Motivational Trainer from Ratna Sagar Publishers. She personally trained our teachers with her one-day science workshop. She uses eye-catching learning tools while focused on the real science that is being taught. It’s a great way to re-energize the teachers as they focus on making science more fun and meaningful.
Euro International School Sector-109 organized a workshop on “Good touch and Bad touch” on 2nd of November 2018. All students from Montessori class and primary class actively participated where they were taught about their “Safe zones” with the help of numerous videos and pictures. The students learnt how to differentiate and identify “bad touch” or other “uncomfortable behavior” from others. At the end of the session each child had to answer a questionnaire to review their understanding.
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