The name ‘Deepavali’ literally means an ‘array of lights’. To make the students understand the importance of Diwali, TCIS celebrated Diwali virtually. Teachers explained the importance of Diwali. Children decorated diyas with colors and glitter.
The students and teachers bid farewell to our beloved learners of Grade 10 & 12 with eyes brimmed with tears and hearts filled with pure love. The students took with them the memories and teachings of their beloved teachers.
Holi is the festival of colours. TCIS celebrated this festival and made learners aware of importance of the festival through Video and PPT .Our little learners were dressed in white colour enjoying the blow painting activity with different colours .The festival was celebrated with full excitement & joy
The Cambria International School held Butterfly Edu field learning aids Competition. Our learners enjoyed the assembling of educational construction toys which helped them to develop new ways of thinking at their core.
The school was thrilled to welcome the students back to school after one and a half year. The teachers happily welcomed the students of grades 1 to 5 for physical schooling with frolic.
TCIS Celebrated Animal Kingdom event to make the little learners aware about different animals, their habitats, elements in nature, and other aspects of our surrounding world. children learned the importance of being in natural surroundings and vital role of animals in the ecosystem
Marathi Language Day was celebrated to honour the birth anniversary of famous Marathi poet Vishnu Vaman Shirwadkar, who was popularly known as ‘Kusumagraj’. Shirwadkar was an eminent Marathi poet, playwright, novelist, short story writer, and humanist.
Science day was celebrated with a lot of zeal and enthusiasm by our young and talented learners. The children were taught that Science is a tool that has given us the power to change this world and therefore we must use it wisely.
TCIS celebrated Shivaji Jayanti by telling their students about the anecdotes of the Maratha King. Kids were shown a video on the story of Shivaji Maharaj. The toddlers drawn and coloured fort. They enjoyed the activity. Some of the children were also dressed up as Jijamata and Shivaji Maharaj.
Young & talented learners showcased their talent on the stage mesmerizingly. A speckled multiplicity of themes was seen through the beautiful performances of our young enthusiastic learners of Grade I to IX and our tiny tots rocked the stage as always.
TCIS conducted “Best Out Of Waste Competition” for the young learners. The purpose of the Competition was to create love for environment and to bring the understanding among the learners about preserving the environment by reusing & recycling the waste materials.
The Cambria International School celebrated “WHITE COLOUR DAY”. Color has the ability to inspire, excite, soothe, heal and even agitate. This is particularly true for children. Learners started with the fun-filled activity with white color clay, learners made Snowman. They also sang & enjoyed White Color Song. With all these fun activities little Cambrians enjoyed the white color day.
The Cambria International School has celebrated the Republic day in the presence of the dignitaries Honourable CMD Mr. Bipin pote sir, Vice President of Business Development and trustee Mr. Bhushan Sir, Principal Mrs. Heena Falke ma’am, and other dignitaries, teachers, and non- teaching staff. Honorable CMD Mr. Bipin Pote sir has shared unique information about the celebration of Independence Day and Republic day connection with a strong message of being free and following the principles.
The learners along with the Art and Craft teachers indulged in wall painting where they beautifully painted two walls showcasing the Developing Kalyan city with metro coming soon to our city also they beautifully created awareness through the painting on the very important issue of climate change and the need to save the earth.
The Cambria International School had held a unique Workshop on Concept of Parenting Style from Nursery to Grade XII on Saturday 22nd January 22 specially designed only for Parents to understand the symptoms, causes, effects and solutions to overcome the behavioural and academic concerns of children. The Workshop was initiated with short introductory lines by the respected Principal with important basic guidelines of parenting.
Today our enthusiastic Cambrians sung karadi rhymes with actions and voice modulation and ring out the essence of an Indian Childhood. Karadi rhymes reflects a kaleidoscope of colours and cultures, with each diversity being part of a fantastic whole. Our little learners felt happy and confident participating in this exciting competition.
Makar Sankranti calls for a celebration as it is the harvest time and praying to Sun God for giving us abundance of energy and life. Today, our lovely and enthusiast Cambrians celebrated Makar Sankranti by making origami kite and creatively decking up the bonfire activity. press everyone by their hard work.
This quote is completely got justified by the Cambrian wherein shattering all the barriers the learners have brought flying colours to the event Of Lit Jamboree by their blithesome performance in the form of poem, song, speeches, and debates. Indeed the event was a resound success The students left no stone unturned to impress everyone by their hard work.
We at The Cambria International School and Junior College Started the new year by conducting a Vaccination Drive for learners of Grade 10 to 12th in Association with KDMC on 05th January. The drive was successful and around 40 students were vaccinated during the same.
On this day, all our dear learners took an oath. They did a fantastic start to the year 2022. Our munchkins took the oath with high spirits to be good human beings, to respect, care, and have gratitude towards everyone…. Our learners took an oath to be the best in each aspect and have feelings of gratitude for everyone.
Our little learners made 2D projects with lots of creativity. Learners were given different topics to create their own 2D projects. They were confident after knowing the difference between dimensions. Our Cambrians felt motivated and admired their peers. We look forward to seeing more and more.
The Cambria International School and Junior College Celebrated Christmas with their Little Champs. Christmas brings cheer and love & spreads the message of love and joy among children. Our KG angels danced to joyful tunes along with Santa. their creativity.
TALENT HUNT competition was organized to encourage learners to display their hidden talent, nurture their qualities & remove their stage fright. It also helps to boost Self Esteem & Confidence. Our little Cambrians explored and expressed their talent by showing Art, Music, Singing, Yoga, and many more.
The little cambrains narrated Lord Krishna’s stories. They were dressed up as Radhas and Krishnas and looked awesome. They were asked to colour and decorate Krishna’s cradle. All the colourful cradles looked fabulous. The day ended with a dance on Krishna’s songs.
It was time to bid a goodbye to the A level and Grade 10 batch. The ambiance was decorated beautifully to celebrate the Prom-themed Farewell Party. The students were all emotionally diving into the sea of nostalgia. Students were given graduation hats, the party ended with amazing dances.
Our little Cambrains celebrated Raksha Bandhan with great joy. A video about the festival was shown to them to understand it better. Then, they made beautiful Rakhis and coloured them. Parents also helped their kids in the same.
The event aimed at highlighting the significance of learners to understand and respect different cultures and their festivities. Toddlers were asked to make beautiful rangolis with the help of onion dabbing. The day was filled with great enthusiasm.
The day started off with a flag hoisting ceremony by our CMD Mr. Bipin Pote Sir followed by National Anthem and an influential speech by him on sampoorna swatantrata. The cultural program culminated of singing, dancing, and recitation events which were broadcasted live on YouTube and FB.
The event was aimed at celebrating the color of Nature. Children were asked to dress up in green outfits. Teachers narrated some stories and hummed songs. Students colored different objects that are green in color and enjoyed the day.
To raise awareness about the protection of Mother Earth and to generate a sense of responsibility towards nature in children, Cambria observed World Nature Conservation Day by organising a virtual field trip and bird feeder-making activity.
We were privileged to have Mr. A.V Kocherekar, a Retired Army Officer as the chief guest of our event. His inspiring words filled Cambrians with the spirit of patriotism. Little Cambrians remembered the Kargil Heroes by chanting slogans and expressing gratitude in a few words.
A memorable event where our learners from all age groups made unique decorative greeting cards for their teachers to express gratitude and love in a creative way. Teachers were contented by the efforts of our learners and there were smiling faces all around.
A word search competition aimed at enhancing the language and problem-solving skills of our learners. The puzzle themes covered spring, figures of speech, tourism, technology, etc. Our Tech-savvy learners participated passionately and enjoyed it alot.
On this occasion, little Cambrians enjoyed a Jungle themed Puppet show filled with lots of excitement and laughter. Later, our little learners exchanged greeting cards with each other to cherish their blooming friendship and we captured those precious moments in beautiful frames.
Little Cambrians and our teachers participated in a tree-planting campaign led by our MD, Mrs. Minal Pote Madam, and Deputy Commissioner of KDMC Mr. Ramdas Kokare. The event echoed that for a sustainable future, innovation & the environment should go hand in hand!