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UNESCO WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY COMMEMORATED AT HOMERTON GRAMMAR SCHOOL

Homerton Grammar School, Sector –21 A, Faridabad commemorated ‘UNESCO WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY’ at Park Plaza Hotel on 3rd May, 2017.

The theme was to enlighten the students with the fundamental principles of press freedom and their independence. Also this enabled the students to critically think and have an informed view point on any subject.

The ceremony was graced by the presence of Mr. Bijender Bansal from Dainik Jagran, Ms. Amrita Ghosh from The Times of India, Mr. Raghuvanshi from Aaj Samaj, Mr. A.D. Bhatt from HT Pace and Mr. Ashok Bhartwal from Kalash Jagran among other dignitaries. The Founder Principal of the school Mr. Kuldip Singh warmly welcomed the dignitaries and felicitated them with mementos. Our esteemed guests from the press enlightened the audience with their experiences and gave an insight into the life of a journalist and that every reporter has his own perspective of an event and is motivated to give authentic and genuine information to the people.

The students delivered speeches on topics highlighting various aspects of the 21st Century media. This was followed by an interactive session between media persons and students wherein a lot of queries were duly answered by the guests. Roma, a student of class 12th wished to be enlightened with what must be done to bring media and information into the education system at school level. Ankit of class 12th wanted to know whether it was true that ‘Freedom of Speech’ is a right for the citizens but a power to the media and whether the media needed more freedom than they currently enjoy. The students were full of enthusiasm and zeal which they clearly demonstrated through the posters made by them.

The Principal of Homerton Grammar School, Mrs. Archana Dogra extended a vote of thanks to the dignitaries and the programme ended on a positive note as the students were deeply satiated by the enriching experience they had with the media moguls.

Summer Camp

Drone Flying

Have fun learning how to code and fly a drone to fly!
Age group-10-16 year old
2 hours

Learn to build your own mobile game app with MIT App Inventor

Mobile game Flappy bird, mini golf, 8 ball pool
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Learn MIT University Media Lab Visual Programming Language

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Glass painting
Acrylic painting
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Paper making, flower making, pot designing
Rajasthani mural with glass and jute rope 
Umbrella painting 
Making best out of waste: butterfly making, toy making.
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World Population Day

Booming population in the country has become a worrying topic. Over this, UNESCO recognized World Population Day was celebrated at Homerton Grammar School, 21/A, Faridabad on 7th July. During this, the Head Boy, Manish and the Head Girl, Khushboo of the school gave brief information on the World Population Day .They told the students that the human population growth has increased at a rate of about 2% for the last three years. More people mean more consumed resources, increased damage to the earth and more waste. Students of class 11th went to 21/C market and Mewla Maharjpur, Sector-46 with a street play. Through the play they ignited the awareness among men and women about the consequences of the rising population. Through the play they told them that it is ultimately up to us to solve the problems of rising population.

Huge crowd of men and women came out to watch the play. The efforts of the students were appreciated by the local governing body. It was a great success.

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