The Investiture ceremony at MTIS for the academic year 2021-2022 was held on September 13, 2021 wherein the newly elected members of the Student Council took the pledge to uphold the dignity of the school. Our honorable Principal, Ms. Kuldeep Kaur Sekhon graced the occasion with her benign presence. It was a moment of immense pride for the MTIS family to pin the badges to the young office bearers.
On the auspicious occasion of ‘Janmashtami, MTIS organized various activities for different grades to relive the moments associated with Lord Krishna’s birth.
The activities that were taken up are as follows:
Kindergarten – 1) Two amazing dance performances by the students.
2) Dahi Handi act.
3) Aarti is performed by the students and the teachers.
Grade I and II- Flute making.
Grade III and IV- Crown making.
Grade V to VII- Swing making.
The students participated with utmost enthusiasm and zeal making the occasion even more special.
Raksha Bandhan is a beautiful bond between a brother and sister that was celebrated at MTIS with zeal and fervour. Students of Kindergarten, Grades 1 and 2 carried out rakhi making activity.
The tiny tots of Kindergarten came in ethnic attire. They were explained the significance of this festival by their teachers. They tied rakhi to each other’s wrists and also decorated the plate with Rakhi, teeka and sweets.
Students of Grade 1and 2 prepared beautiful rakhis and thoroughly enjoyed making them. Overall, it was a beautiful celebration for students which made the environment full of joy and love.
Independence Day Celebration
Kargil Vijay Diwas
Students also made different posters to honour and pay homage to the soldiers who laid down their lives for the sake of the nation. Such brave martyrs will stay in our hearts and will always be missed.
Poetry Recitation Competition
Fathers Day Activity
On 20th June, MTIS celebrated Father’s Day to admire the love showered by all the fathers in the world and to make the day special for them.
The following activities were organised for different grades.
* Grade I & II
Prepare Best Dad Batches.
Give an oil massage or spa treatment using material available at home.
*Grade- III & IV
Prepare Best Dad Trophy for your father with a cute message.
Make a tie out of paper and write a message for your father on it.
* Grade- V to VII
Make a cool Father’s day keychain or band.
Stone painting for your dad with lovely picture and quote.
The active participation of the students made the day even more special.
Special Assembly on International Yoga Day
World Environment Day Activity
Summer Camp- Day 4 (Foundation Classes)
Summer Camp- Day 3 (Primary Classes)
Summer Camp- Day 3 (Foundation Classes)
Summer Camp- Day 2 (Primary Classes)
Summer Camp- Day 1 (Primary Classes)
Summer Camp- Day 2 (Foundation Classes)
Summer Camp- Day 1 (Foundation Classes)
International Day for Biological Diversity
The mysteries of outer space and astronomy have always fascinated the world for as long as we have recorded our history.
To give our astronomy enthusiasts an opportunity to share their knowledge and love for outer space and explore their passion for it, the MTIS family celebrated ‘World Astronomy Day’ on May 15, 2021. The following activities had been organised for different grades.
Grade 1 & 2
Dress up like any heavenly body and speak 5 lines about it
Draw Layers of Earth and label them
Draw Solar System on A-4 size sheet and speak few facts about it.
Grade 5 & Grade 6
Make the model of Earth using waste material lying in your houses and speak few amazing facts about the planet Earth.
Make model of an astronaut/ spaceship using waste materials present in your homes.Also speak about the life of an astronaut in space.
The active participation and indulgence of our MTIS students made the event a great success.
Mother’s Day (Kindergarten)
Of all the gifts life offers, mother is the greatest of all; she might be a mother to the world but she is the world to her family
With a view to imbibe family values in our students, MTIS enthusiastically celebrated Mother’s Day. Keeping in mind, the bond shared by a mother and a child some activities were planned for the students of grades 1 to 7. The students were asked to prepare a piece of art as a token of love for their mothers.Some students displayed their culinary skills and made healthy drink, sandwiches, salads etc and others showed their artistic skills and gifted their mothers beautiful cards. Some students also prepared short videos expressing their love for their mothers.Altogether, it was a day that made memories.
International Dance Day
We, at MTIS, believe in celebrating special days as it not only promotes learning about various events but also provides a boost to students’ confidence in some way or the other.
MTIS proudly announces that the school celebrated ‘International Dance Day’ today to encourage participation and celebrate all the existing dance forms. A dance competition was organised for Grades I to VII.( Jhankaar 2021)
The students participated actively and gave phenomenal performances making the day even more special.
The conduct of co-curricular activities is essential as it increases student engagement. In order to observe Earth Day and World Book Day, The Mukat Trust International School organised various activities for different grades that contributed in enhancing the speaking skills of the students.
The activities were as follows:
Grade II and III- Speaking a few lines on ‘Importance of trees’.
Grade IV and V- Making a book mark on Earth Day slogan and speaking a few lines about it.
Grade VI and VII- Designing the cover page of a book with a title and speaking a few lines about it.
The students participated with utmost enthusiasm. Such special assemblies held at MTIS promote fun and learning at the same time.
MTIS believes in imparting quality education to the children and at the same time focusses on their overall development.
On 15th April, we celebrated the festival of Baisakhi through Virtual Assembly and organised various events for the students of Grade 1 to 7.The activities conducted were:
Making of Hand Fan
All the students took part with great enthusiasm and gave their best making the celebration a great success.
Such assemblies not only help students enjoy but also promote learning at the same time. Moreover, such activities improve their speaking skills and boost their confidence too.