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‘The Grand Parents Day ‘was celebrated on 1st October 2015, on the occasion of INTERNATIONAL DAY OF OLDER PERSONS, in the auditorium of O.P.Jindal School, Raigarh. The grandparents of the different classes of our school were invited to grace the occasion. Our children were taught the value of respecting elders, truthfulness and honesty through various programmes. A...Read more
<p align="center"><strong><u>ROOTSIANS TAKE PLEDGE TO BE A BETTER CITIZEN TO MAKE THEIR COUNTRY A PEACEFUL LAND”</u></strong></p><p>Rawalpindi: Monday, 22<sup>nd</sup> September 2014 Roots School System which is very actively participating in international projects and forums through student networking and global projects committed to a...Read more
<p>Children in a locality are the most victim of an disaster event. On the International Day for Disaster Reduction, 13 October, 2015- Children of East Sujonkathi Gov't Primary school will perform various events including observing past experience.</p><p>If you are interested, please join.</p>
Roots Students are committed to contribute to the creation of a learning society by investing in children and women in order to build a strong and prosperous Pakistan.
Rootsians are committed to create awareness in the society loud and clear that there can be no sustainable development if the intellectual capacities, creative potential, practical resourcefulness and leadership abilities of more...Read more
<p style="margin: 0px 0px 6px; color: rgb(20, 24, 35); line-height: 19.32px; font-family: helvetica, arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px;">Whether it’s reading or writing, literacy is an outlet to an untouchable world – your imagination. Not only is literacy a basic human right, it is a fundamental building block for learning as well as a personal empowerment tool. It is the...Read more
The students of eco club of the school took up a project as a part of activity for summer vacation and completed the project on the world Environment Day on 5TH JUNE 2015.
The students of the club took up the project to beautify the school campus by using the waste things like broken tea cups, saucers, broken glass tumbles and other waste material and have created beautiful sculptures.
The project "Cephalopods" was made by a group of students coordinated by the Science teacher Mrs Loia of the Liceo "Regina Margherita" Salerno, Italy to arise the awareness of young people and make them respect the marine life
The project "Let's do something for our environment" was carried out through the school year by two UNESCO schools: the Belgian K.A.Koekelberg from Brussels and the Italian Liceo "Regina Margherita" from Salerno
There was a partnership between 14 Belgian students and 14 Italian students and during the meetings in Salerno first and in Brussels then, they discussed about ecology and related...Read more