Every child dreams and loves living in the world of make believe. Here’s the account of how we helped them in bringing the imaginary into the real world for a few hours at Walnut School in the Fancy Dress Competition!
We know how important it is to make sure that we are physically fit to be mentally fit. Our touch children of Walnut only know this too well, and were stretching and twisting to various Yogasanas!
Our State Level Kick Boxing Champions competed at the Nationals in Tamil Nadu and won 3 medals! NAKUL TAJNE (4th) and HARSH JADHAV (5th) won GOLDS and KRUSHNA UPHALE (2nd) won SILVER. They were coached by our sports head, TUSHAR PAWAR. Congratulations to the kids and their coach. All the best for the International Round in Nepal in February! Go forth and conquer!
Recently, four of our students from Walnut School, Fursungi, participated in the 1st Inter Zonal Rural Games 2017 – 18, affiliated to Rural Games Federation of India and organized by the State Rural Games Association Maharashtra. The competition was held at Trimurti Public School, Nevasa, Ahmednagar, on 16 December 2017.
Parth Mayadevo and Om Kulkarni of Std. 6, Walnut School Shivane emerge as winners in the Inter-school Compuskills Competition 2017-18. They developed a game based on Traffic Discipline using Scratch as a tool. Read on to know more about their efforts toward this competition.
Arpita Karkarey shared her thoughts with a large group of school founders, administrators and principals at a conference at the Sheraton in Pune about getting our children ready for the digital age. When we don’t really know and can’t predict what lies ahead, how can we prepare our children for that tomorrow?
March was the month of field trips for students of Std. 1 to 6. Each location was selected based on the relevant curriculum of the respective classes.
At Walnut, like we’ve done before, we continuously take effort to increase the capability of our students with the best academic as well as co-curricular programs. One of these programs is “Core Concept Strengthening” classes for English and Mathematics which we run for our newly enrolled students of the Walnut Family.
Excitement had been coursing in the veins of our Std 3 to 6 students ever since the Fun Fair announcement had been made. Find out how the students got creative in marketing and selling their wares! It was a gala event, and everyone present had a fun-filled experience.