GANDHI AND SHASTRI JAYANTI
Remembering two great Indian souls Mahatma Gandhi ji & Lal Bahadur Shastri ji
Respect to the legends on their birth anniversary.
Romex International School, Mathura celebrated Gandhi Jayanti and Shastri Jayanti with great zeal and fervor. A devotional ambiance prevailed as the assembly started with a meaningful prayer service. On this occasion, the students threw light on the teachings of both Mahatma Gandhi and Lal Bahadur Shastri. While addressing students, the Principal Mrs. Priya Chaudhary emphasized the relevance of the teachings of both the Patriots and advised the students to follow the principles of non - violence, peace, harmony, and universal brotherhood. The day ended with a thought that service to mankind is the first step towards reaching it .
HINDI DIWAS CELEBRATION
September 14th , 1949 , was when Hindi was adopted as the official language of the Constituent Assembly . And with the aim to rekindle the love for India's official language among students , Romex international school , celebrated Hindi Diwas on 14th sept.2022 with great fervor. A special assembly was conducted starting with the enchanting words of Prayer followed by songs , poems , Doha Vachan and speech which highlighted the importance of Hindi in our country. With Hindi as their theme, the programme was being presented in Hindi. Students very enthusiastically participated on this occasion and showed their respect towards our mother tongue Hindi.
PTM (Parent Teachers Meet) is the best way to know the progress of a child. Be it for the parents or the teachers they both need to evaluate their own parts in a child's life and his/her overall development. And in order to achieve that objective Romex International School organizes PTMs at regular intervals.
School has also gained its reward for academic by getting the positive feedbacks by the honorable and valuable parents.
Here's a glimpse of PTM held @ Romex International School on 06 September 2022
Teachers' Day Celebration at Romex International School Mathura
“A teacher is a compass that activates the magnets of curiosity, Knowledge and wisdom in the pupils”.
Teachers play a major role in making their students responsible citizen of tomorrow and good human beings. It is impossible to imagine our lives without teachers.
Teachers' Day was celebrated on September 5, 2022 by the students of Romex International School Mathura. The Chairman Mr. S.P. Singh Sir, Director Mr. Krishna Chaudhary, Principal Mrs. Priya Chaudhary, and all the teachers were warmly welcomed by the students with beautiful greeting cards. The programme started with lightning of the lamp and offering floral tribute to Dr. S. Radhakrishnan, the second President of India.
The students presented a beautiful programme dedicated to their teachers which included a speech, poem, song, skit and dance.
They highlighted the role teachers played in making their students accountable citizens of the future and wonderful human beings.
The next event in assembly was most memorable as student gifted their teacher’s greeting card to show their love and affection.
At the end Principal Mrs. Priya Chaudhary congratulated all the staff Happy Teacher’s Day and insisted on quality teaching and to create spark of desire within children to find the answers.
"A teacher who loves learning earns the right and the ability to help others learn. "
Teachers’ on this day are reminded of their school days and feel nostalgic. All in all, it was celebration mode for everyone!
It was an awesome programme and appreciated by all.
Ganesh Chaturthi Celebration
Ganesh Chaturthi was celebrated with lot of enthusiasm and fun in Romex International school, Mathura. The children not only prayed to lord Ganesha but also sang and danced to the tunes of Ganpatti Bappa Morya.
"Workshop on Anti Romeo squad in Romex International School, Mathura"
An interactive session by UP Police was conducted in Romex International School, Mathura on Anti Romeo Squad, initiated to ensure safety of young girls and check eve teasing.
Students were given helpline numbers to report about the eve teasers, miscreants or any sort of Cyber Crime. Students were also given a form to identify and mention the areas, where they need such kind of assistance.
The girl students raised a few questions related to the operation of the squad. All their queries were answered satisfactorily by team members. Girls were told to be active and alert while in the market place, public place, travelling etc. They should immediately call emergency helpline numbers like 1090 and 112. These are great initiatives taken by UP police to ensure safety and security of young girls, women and even young boys.
Overall, the session was quite informative and an eye opener for the young generation.