The curriculum at GPS aims at developing traits of empathy and benevolence in their pupils who are involved in multifarious activities to serve the society. The students of VIII to X have taken up literacy campaign where the students in a group of four to five along with a teacher go to Sanskar Ashram to teach the children who are underprivileged and downtrodden.
They are taught to read and write, stories with moral values are narrated to them and their experiences are shared. All attempts are made to lend them a smile and make them happy. The Greenarians also presented them with friendship bands, stationary items and some books on different occasions.
One of the students- Pari, celebrated her birthday with the girls in the Ashram and shared chocolates with them and in return they presented her with beautiful handmade cards. An ongoing process gave opportunities to all the children to care and share with those who are deprived.
Students from the senior secondary department initiated a campaign on ‘say no to plastic’. As a part of the campaign the students staged a street play in the school premises highlighting the main issues by the use of plastic and various ways to combat the situation. They not only staged the Nukkad Natak but also raised placards, and raised slogans to make the students and society aware of the consequences and to achieve the goal. Stress was laid on the use of cotton bags and the paper bags rather than the polythene ones. The power packed campaign did leave a positive impact!
A special ‘say no to crackers’ campaign was organized by the senior secondary students to advocate for Diwali celebrations without crackers and pollution free environment. A group staged a thought provoking street play with a strong message to spread harmony and brotherhood not smoke on the pious occasion of Diwali. The effort was not limited within the school premises but the students performed in the nearby vicinity also to aware the community of the harmful effects of pollution. They vociferously chanted slogans and emphatically urged the people to wow to celebrate green Diwali.