Anchita Parna, student of standard XI Gulmohur High School brought laurels to the school by winning the second prize in debate at Quanta 2015- 21st International Competition of Science, Mathematics, Electronics and Mental Ability. Quanta is a international competition organised by City Montessori School, Lucknow where over 68 schools participated in various events. The participants were from all over India and abroad. The topic for the debate was “Cell phones should be licensed and made illegal for people less than 18 years of age.” Anchita spoke for the motion and put out some irrefutable ideas which helped her win the second prize. She expresses her gratitude towards her Principal Mrs. Sunita Sinha and the faculty members who guided her to prepare for the competition.
ASISC Regional Basketball Tournament held on 5th & 6th October 2015 at Ranchi. Six students participated. Alok Sinha, Ankit Kumar, Viahad Tripathy, Abhishek Tiwari, Soubhik Bhakat and Manisha Singh. Three students (Alok Sinha, Abhishek Tiwari, Soubhik Bhakat) selected for the ASISC National Basketball Tournament to be heald on 1st November 2015 at Ahmedabad.
Gulmohur school believes that increased parental engagement and involvement is key to the success of the child. In order to attract parents to become more involved, the school has already introduced processes like Mother's Meet, Parent Teacher Meetings, Counselling etc.
The Primary Head, Mrs. Priti Sinha took the initiative to address various issues that can help the parents to bring up their children in a better manner. Various sessions were conducted for parents of children from classes Nursery, LKg, UKg. The Primary Head along with the class teachers, addressed various problems and their solutions to help the parents to guide their wards at home. She gave parenting tips like Talk to your child; Avoid strict discipline; Instill Healthy eating habits; Make your child independent; Be a role model to your child; Involve your children in family rituals; Inculcate reading habits etc.
The interactive session was highly appreciated by the parents and they suggested that such sessions should be conducted more often.