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Gitanjali Vedika organised the 'Conserve to Preserve Initiative' to celebrate Bicycle Day, Environment Day and No Bag Day on 13 June 2022. To mark the occasion of World Bicycle Day, many students came to school on their bicycles. To make things more interesting, a slow cycling race was conducted where about 35 students of grades 6 to 8 participated. Through this activity, they learnt the importance of cycling in maintaining their health and fitness, and in reducing pollution.
To commemorate World Environment Day, the students brought old bedsheets, toys, old tyres, and hangars to donate. Through this, they learnt to 'reduce, reuse and recycle.' They understood the role of doing one's part in keeping the world a greener and cleaner place. Students of grades 6 to 8 also took part in a biogas activity conducted by the Science Faculty. They learnt how easy it is to shift to alternative sources of energy and its significance on the planet.
Students of all classes came to school without their books on June 13, 2022, on account of No Bag Day. No Bag Day encourages teaching and learning in different areas, creating a well-rounded teaching environment. Many outdoor activities were planned by the teachers that allowed students to explore and learn subjects in unique ways.
To create awareness on the importance of traffic regulations and to prevent mishaps, Gitanjali Vedika organised a seminar on traffic policies. It was conducted by Sub-Inspector Mr. Adil and his team. Students of grades 1 to 6 were a part of this session. The students as well as the teachers learnt about the three pillars of traffic regulation- 'engineering', 'education', and 'enforcement'. We were informed about the traffic signals, pedestrian crossing and signals, hand signals and the meaning of various symbols. It was an informative session, aiming to make our students more responsible citizens.