Mock Fire Drill: [February 17th,
A surprise mock drill was conducted by fire and emergency services wing of Pune Municipal Corporation on Friday at Trinity International School. It was held on February 17th 2017, to check the fire equipments of the school and their preparedness to deal with a fire incident.
During the drill, fire officials told students about the measures to be taken if a fire breaks out. They illustrated various types of fires and precautions to be taken in such cases. The fire fighting team demonstrated how to rescue victims from the spot and showed how to stop the dense fire using water hoses.
The drill was organized to check the fire fighting equipments at schools and aware the students and staff about the rescue operation conducted by the fire department.
Annual Prize Distribution Day: [February 11th,
11th February, 2017; was a day to celebrating success; it was a day when all the Trinitians, along with their parents, came together to felicitate the students who achieved excellence in academics along with other co curricular and extra curricular activities.
Our respected Director Prinicipal, Mrs. Shakuntala Jaisinghani, awarded certificates and gifts to students who had excelled at par in academics. The winners of co-curricular activities such as Mental Math Quiz, Drawing Competition, General Knowledge Quiz and Spell Bee Competition were also awarded and applauded.
It was a day of celebration and commemoration, with students basking in the glory of their success and parents gleaming with pride. It was also a day for the teachers to see the results of their hard work shine in the eyes of the children.
Health Checkup Day: [February 8th,
On 8th of February, 2017, the students of the TRINITY INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL participated in a health checkup camp, organized by the school. This was the fitness screening which included dental examination and overall Systemic examination, which looks into respiratory system, cardio vascular system and general condition of each student from Pre-Primary to grade IX. The team of two visiting doctors were- Dr.Shilpa Kulkarni (Dentist) and Dr. Anil Gupta ( General Physician) . Each student was carefully examined and was prescribed with corrective remedies wherever required in her/his health card. Toothpaste samples were distributed to the students.
Founder's Day Celebration: [January 24th,
'Annual Exibition 2016-17, Pune '
On 24th January, 2017, all the Trinitians, along with their Parents celebrated the birthday of our Founder, Respected Mr Kalyan Jadhav, and showered upon him lots of love and good wishes.
On this joyous occasion, the school organized an exhibition for Mr. Kalyan Jadhav, showcasing what the students have learned from their British Council, ISA projects.
ISA (International School Award): The British Council International School Award (ISA)is a
benchmarking scheme that accredits schools as having an outstanding level of support for: Nurturing global citizenship in young people. Enriching teaching and learning.
'Grade I: Flags of the World'
Grade I had learnt about the significance of various flags of the world and represented it by wearing the cultural attire of countries like India, USA, Australia, Afghanistan, UK, Pakistan and Canada. They spoke confidently about the significance of the different flags stating the importance of different colours and symbols used in them.
'Grade II: Festivals of Light'
Grade II had worked on the ISA project, “Festivals of Light”. They leant that apart from Diwali, there are various festivals of light celebrated in different countries, such as, Spain, where it is called Lass Fallas and Thailand, where their festival of lights Loi Krathong. They also displayed a mini version of such celebrations, in the exhibition.
'Grade III: Universal Sign Language'
Grade III learnt and displayed
the varied sign languages that are used for communicating in different countries.
'Grade IV: Mapping Symmetry in the 7 Wonders of the World'
Grade IV had a very interesting mathematical topic, “Mapping Symmetry in the 7 Wonders of the World”, where they learnt about the history and architecture of the Seven Wonders of the World. They displayed through models, symmetry within the Seven Wonders of the World.
'Grade V and VI: World Heritage Sites'
Grade V and VI, together, worked on World Heritage Sites. They had showcased their learning by beautiful charts and presentations on the heritage sites of the world. They also collaborated with the Tathva Internationl School in Japan, Tokyo; wherein, the students from both the schools exchanged their research work through a Skype Session. Tokyo school shared their knowledge on Hiroshima dome and students from Trinity shared their project on Aga Khan Palace. The pictures and video of the Skype session were displayed in the exhibition.
'Grade VII: Rainwater Harvesting'
“Rainwater Harvesting” was the topic taken up by the students of Grade VII. Not only had they created a blog to spread awareness across the globe, but they also showcased their learning with a miniature working model of a Rooftop Rainwater Harvesting System.
'Grade VIII and IX: English Poems on War'
Grade VIII and IX had learnt and researched about the different wars of the world. They displayed through charts, poems and presentations, the various reasons behind all the wars, and how they were similar to each other and explored the unknown facts that lay behind them.