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Herculean victory for our super karate champs at MDKC 2022

Another magnificent achievement of our super karate kids as they exhibited their martial arts skills with great finesse at the Meerut District Karate Championship 2022 at Karate Association of Meerut MAK Academy of Sanshin Kan Karate. Competing with 60 seasoned participants from various renowned schools of Meerut our students exhibiting stupendous performance extracted 4 gold medals, 2 silver medals and 4 Bronze medals with certificates. 

Our zealous students brought laurels to the school and did us proud by their excellent performance. The management and Principal of the school congratulated Avika Vashistha, Avni Vashistha, Atharv Kalra and Aakash Pal for winning the gold medals and also lauded the efforts of the second and third position holders. 







Bond of love weaved out on the International Family Day

“When there is no light, the family will guide you home, When you feel alone, there is a family to call your own.”

Family’ is a single word with many meanings. A family holds a special place in the life of an individual. To celebrate this special bond on the Momentous occasion of International Family Day the junior wing of the school refreshed the entire aura with their charm. Myriads of activities were presented. A Create and Cook competition was planned where students cooked with their family members and enjoyed the sumptuous treat of togetherness. A cohesive family tree added to the sentiments that revivified the wave of emotions. Later they presented musical treats to the families with exuberant dances and songs. The wing bore an air of festivity and celebration with meaningful messages about the ‘FAMILY’.

School Principal Mr Sudhanshu Shekhar propounded that in today’s fast-growing world, such activities revive and resuscitate the importance of love and affection among the members of a family.







National Technology Day Observed at KLI

National Technology Day was celebrated in the school premises with great zeal. 

Digitech club organised an event named Metaverse in which Silicon Valley tour was arranged. Club members created a fabricated lab for the students in which they made models of different headquarters like Facebook, Apple, Microsoft with their ideas and innovation keeping concepts like AI, augmented and virtual reality in real life. 

An Inter House Cybermania Competition was also observed for the primary wing students to promote and spread the cause of technological education amongst the young technophiles. Participants exhibited their knowledge in various domains like MS PowerPoint, MS Word, Animation and many more. Pragati House was declared as the winner while Prakash House bagged the second position. Prayas House secured the third position. 

The winners and their mentors were congratulated and appreciated by the Principal for putting up magnificent performance.







Observance of Kranti Diwas

“Martyrdom does not end something, it is only a beginning”.

Kranti Diwas is a day observed to remember the historic Revolutionary movement that supervened the freedom struggle in Meerut on 10th May 1987. This day is marked by national integration speeches, tributes to various freedom fighters, and the organisation of multitudinous level programmes apart from various other events. The term ‘Kranti’ stands for ‘Revolution’ and ‘Divas’ stands for ‘Day’, a day for a revolution. 

K. L. International School observed this day in the memory of the sacrifices made by freedom fighters in the struggle for India's independence, and paid their respects to them.

The little revolutionaries visited shaheed smarak and paid homage to those who lost their lives in the revolt and also amassed a lot of information about the place and its importance. The senior wing rendered reverence to those who instilled the value of freedom to many by sacrificing their lives for the motherland by portraying their pictures in collage form.

The Management and School Principal Mr Sudhanshu Shekhar applauded the efforts of the students and urged the students to become good citizens and imbibe the values of these mutinous in their lives.








The students of IX-X wing exhibit stupendous oratory skills

Debate brings out the ideas, view points and even the opposing arguments of the speakers. It is also integral to put an emphasis upon logical consistency, factual accuracy and even an emotional appeal to an audience.

Keeping in mind the same objective an Inter-house Mock Parliament competition was conducted in K. L. International School for the students of IX-X wing. The topic for the debate was ‘Stress is the consequence of social thrust’.

There were four teams that represented the students of all the four houses and had one student each from class IX and X as they geared up to speak ‘for’ and ‘against’ the motion. 

The ambience was filled with zeal, excitement and enthusiasm when the students aired their views on the stage followed by a rebuttal round to satiate the arising questions in their curious minds for each others’ views.

The winners of the competition were the students of Prerna House followed by Prakash House and Prayas House at the second and the third position respectively.








Students pour their love for their mothers on Mother’s Day

A mother is a friend, protector, guide, disciplinarian and many more things. She is a selfless, loving human who sacrifices many of her wants and needs for the needs of their children. A mother’s love is unconditional for her children.  From the day a child is born, she works hard to make sure that her child is equipped with the knowledge, skills and abilities. She gives her best to make a child a competent human being.

Saluting her for her endless endeavours and to pay tribute for everything she does assiduously for her child on the occasion of Mother’s Day, the students of K. L. International School contributed in making this day a special one. 

The students of Class III made crowns for their mothers with a feeling of treating their mothers like queens. Children of classes IV & V made wall hangings and photo frames respectively abiding by the same theme.

The students of VI-VIII wing came together for a special assembly where they sang songs and read out poems for their mothers. The children of IX-X wing made cards for their mothers and also wrote beautiful lines to thank them for their immeasurable services.

The students worked hard for putting up the special acts of love and warmth for their mothers and the mothers also felt elated to see such loving acts of their children on the occasion of Mother’s Day.








Remembered The Bard of Bengal on his birth anniversary

Rabindranath Tagore Jayanti is a cultural celebration to mark the birth anniversary of one of the most celebrated literatures in the world. It is celebrated globally on 7 May. He was the man who reshaped and rejuvenated India's art and culture. His work continues to inspire countless generations of young artists around the world.

In remembrance of Gurudev the students of KLI enthusiastically celebrated Rabindra Jayanti. The learners of III-V wing wrote biography of Rabindranath Tagore, recited his beauteous self composed poems and enacted plays based on his novels.

The students of XI-XII wing added various colours to the celebration by performing English and Bengali songs on Rabindra sangeet. Graceful dances were performed on Bengali folk. A documentary was presented on Tagore's life that instilled values and ethics in the students' lives.







Awareness Activity on Good Touch & Bad Touch

As a strong step towards making our children safe, K. L. International School conducted an interactive session in the school campus on the topic of, ‘Good Touch Bad Touch’ for the toddlers of kindergarten wing.

Taking responsibility to sensitize the children, teachers with the help of numerous videos, pictures, character play etc. explained the students how to differentiate and identify “bad touch” or “uncomfortable behaviour” from others. The flash cards demonstration exhibited by the teachers gave a clear picture about the safe circle. This practical presentation helped our little ones to recognize, safeguard and protect themselves against such dangers from an early age. They were also instructed that whenever they come across any abuse, apprehension or fear they must report to the selected/trusted adults: parents, teachers or elder siblings.

The moto of the activity was to enlighten the children that their body belongs to them and they need to stay safe and secure.







World Laughter Day ebulliently celebrated by Klites

World Laughter Day is an annual event celebrated to raise awareness about laughter and its healing benefits. There are thousands of community groups around the world who regularly practice comedy that promote wellness and overall well being. It strengthens our immune system and boosts our mood. Nothing works faster to bring our mind and body back into balance then a good laugh. 

Klites exuberantly celebrated World laughter day by performing various activities.  The tiny-tots of K. G. wing shared their Happy Family pictures. They apprised that laughter is the best exercise and an art to bring smile on others face. I-II wing organized a fun-filled activity to bring smile on the faces of young cherubs. They coloured their favorite emoji and shared their funny experiences. 

A Talk on 'Laughter Comes Right' was celebrated by XI-XII wing. The students performed humorous and hilarious skit 'Baccha Baba' in which students played different buffooish characters. They paid tribute to the world famous comedians Charlie Chaplin and Mr Bean. Comical jokes and dances added amusing factor to the event. 







A celebration of the Dignity of Labour on International Labour Day

To celebrate this painstaking effort of the labour force, that works tirelessly, the International Worker’s Day also called as Labour Day, was celebrated in the school with great zeal and enthusiasm. We at K.L.I always believe that it is small acts of kindness that counts and we attempt to inculcate that same virtue in our children on the occasion of Labour Day. Labour Day is a reminder for us that they are the real architects of our society, and deserve their due respect.

The teachers apprised the children about this special Day and its importance in a special assembly conducted by III-V Wing. The zealous little wonders recited heart touching poems and eloquently delivered speeches highlighting the significance of the day. The community service club showcased different communities in the world through dance activities. A very engaging Nukkard Natak “Dignity of Labour” was staged by the students of VI-VIII Wing extending their sincere gratitude. 

The tiny tots of Pre School and Pre Primary were involved in fun filled craft activity wherein they made ‘Thank You’ cards to express their love towards their maids and helpers who help them in their everyday lives and appreciated their efforts. The young spurts were overwhelmed by this act of thankfulness and enjoyed the day. 

The management and Principal appreciated the efforts of our students and thanked the workers for their selfless services and acknowledged the contribution of the workforce in the smooth functioning of the school system. 








Klites celebrated International Dance Day

International Dance Day is a global celebration of dance, created by the Dance Committee of the International Theatre Institute. The event takes place every year on 29 April on the birth anniversary of Jean-Georges Noverre, the creator of modern ballet. 

The students of III-V wing conducted an assembly in the auditorium to celebrate International Dance Day. They beautifully represented various dance forms like Kathak, Contemporary and Western Dance fused with yoga. Dancing gives the ability to communicate emotions frequently deeper than our own language. This day is all about celebrating the history of dance and recognising its monumental place across all cultures.







Celebration of World Autism Day

"Autism, a neurological disorder is like a rainbow. It has a bright side and a darker side. But every shade is important and beautiful." 
Students of Class XII celebrated World autism awareness day by making badges, meaningful posters, designing placards and spreading awareness. 
Students carried out a-two-day programme and made others aware about this neurological disorder. The first day of programme included students making purposeful posters, distributing badges to teachers and spreading awareness whereas the second day of the programme ended with a musical performance given by students for autism awareness. 
This programme conveyed a very beautiful meaning of acceptance of the differences amongst people and added a new definition to peace and acceptance by adding," Autism is not a choice but acceptance."







Promulgating essence of values-INTER HOUSE COMPETITION

Verve of competition knows no bounds as an Inter-House PPT Competition for classes XI-XII was organized in K. L. International School on the topic ‘Education role in managing social vices and youth restiveness’. The competition aimed at honing the creativity and innovation of the young modernities. 

The PPT Presentation Competition created a positive environment amongst the students wherein they were high on spirits and enthusiasm, which urged them to showcase their creativity to their optimum level. House's presentation was evaluated based on contents, relevance with the topic, usage of PowerPoint tools, colour scheme, background effects and presentation skills of the participants. Vibrant templates, dramatic background effects, rich and informative content – the works! 

All the Houses put up great presentations and the winner of the competition was Prayas House, acclaimed the Second position Prakash House and notable at third position Pragati House
The event left the audience with plenty of essence for self-contemplation.








KLI celebrated World Malaria Day

World Malaria Day is an annual observance held 25 April to raise awareness of the global effort to control and eradicate malaria. World Malaria Day brings together international agencies and research institutions and also provides health organization with an opportunity to communicate information about the disease and about current research efforts to the public. 

Keeping the above awareness in mind K. L. International School celebrated World Malaria Day where classes III to V conducted special assembly and threw light on the causes and precautions of Malaria. 







Heartiest Congratulations!

Glorious Achievement!

Sanshinkan open Karate Championship - 2022 at Sector Community Centre Gurgaon. The students of our school participated in the events organised under different categories and have brought laurels to school. 
Aadya Kalra of class III bagged gold medal, Avni Vashistha class V received silver medal while Shivansh Vashistha, Atharv Kalra and Hridul Gupta clinched bronze medals by defeating 600 students of renowned schools of Jammu, UP, MP, Hyderabad, Karnataka, Punjab & Goa states. Indeed it was an envigorating experience to learn and soar high. 

The school is proud of the performance and wishes good luck for future events.






Vaccination camp organised for students

K. L. International School once again organised vaccination camp on 23 April 2022 for the students under the age group of 12-15 years. This camp was organised in accordance with the instructions from the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare of India, under the National Covid Vaccination drive, where the students were vaccinated with the first dose of the Covid vaccine. The students were present in large number and the flawless governance of this coherent effort by the school made the camp fruitful. 

The students were allotted different time slots and venues in order to safeguard the covid norms. The students were vaccinated by the trained health workers and all the Covid Standard Operation Procedures (SOP's) were followed to ensure maximum safety. As the number of Covid cases are gradually increasing in the city, the students were asked to use masks and sanitizers. 

The Management and the Principal, Mr. Sudhanshu Shekhar appreciated their presence.






Klites observe World Heritage Day

The World Heritage Day also known as the International Day for monuments and sites is observed annually on 18 April around the world. This day aims at promoting awareness about the diversity of cultural heritage of humanity, their vulnerability and the efforts required for their protection and conservation.

This day was epitomized by the students of K. L. International School as they got engaged in numerous activities to disseminate about this momentous day. The students of III-V wing held a special class assembly to air their views regarding the significance of this day. 

The children in the VI-VIII wing conducted an Inter-House Montage where 5 students from each house made 3D models of monuments located in Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat paired states, Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh. Pragati house stood first in the competition followed by Prakash, Prerna and Prayas house.

The pupils of IX-X wing collaborated their efforts in a collage making activity by collecting the pictures of various monument and historical sites thereby enriching their knowledge regarding the same.

The students from all the wings reckoned the day to be of profuse consequence and were ecstatic to be a part of such activities.






KLI environs reverberated with festivities galore on the occasion of Baishakhi

Keeping up with the festive spirit and to help our young Klites get culturally connected, our school celebrated the harvest festival of Baisakhi with great zeal and enthusiasm. It was a remarkable celebration as the teachers and students indulged in merrymaking through an array of cultural diversity. Our exuberant participants were beautifully dressed for the occasion. They looked stunning in their vibrant Punjabi attire and were addressed as ‘Gabrus’ and ‘Mutiyars’. The session came alive with the mesmerizing dhol beats, while watching the fluid dance moves on the foot tapping music was a feast for the eyes.The celebration brought our students closer to the dazzling beauty of the Indian culture.
The festivities were all the more blissful with the sagacious presence of our management and Principal sir. Later they appreciated the efforts put up by the students and teachers for a robust and engaging show. 
The entire KLI family emersed in festivities on this pious occasion.







The school reverberated with World Book Reading day and English Language Day celebrations

Reading is a stellar form of entertainment and it requires that you use your imagination rather than simply watching visuals on a screen. There is also something so therapeutic about the actual feel of a book, with its scent of printed pages and glossy covers. Books are indeed a valuable aspect of our society. The students of our school observed twin celebrations of English Language Day & World Book and Copyright Day on 23 April 2022 through a variety of enriching activities. 

Taking their love for books further and to pay tribute to the great English playwright and poet, William Shakespeare on his death anniversary the students of middle wing participated in an Inter-House Volume Convention which involved a Book review and Enactment of four of Shakespeare’s famous plays namely King Lear, Macbeth, The Merchant of Venice and Julius Ceasar. The senior school students expressed their heartfelt tribute to the great English Laureate by participating in a literature quiz. Another group of students participated in the recitation and Enactment of the most renowned Shakespearean poetry, ‘Seven Ages’. Special assemblies and placard manifestation activity added to the aura of the day. In classrooms students were provided with a stimulus that invigorated their creativity resulting in the Fabrication of tales. The special staging ended with the announcement of a week long reading celebration. 

The Management and Principal applauded the stupendous efforts put forth by the students. He also announced the winners of Inter-house volume competition congratulating Prayas house and Prerna house for grabbing the first and Second position respectively. 







National Kindergarten Day Celebration 

April 21 has been designated National Kindergarten Day. The day honors the birth date of Friedrich Wilhelm August Frobel who is credited for starting the first kindergarten in Germany in 1837. This day marking childhood was celebrated with gusto at K. L. International School. The day was commemorated with immense joy, enthusiasm and magnificence as it was time to PARTY for the tiny tots of the school. It was a fun- filled day for the students as they danced to peppy numbers. The campus was buzzing with excitement and joy as it was a day wherein fun and frolic dominated. There was excitement in the air and the little ones left the school with a bag full of stories about their special day at school. It was indeed a joyous and memorable day for the little ones.







'Green Waves' Earth Day celebrated in KLI

Our planet is an amazing place, but it needs our help to thrive!

Earth day is an annual event on 22 April to demonstrate support for environmental protection. This day is celebrated to protect the planet from pollution and deforestation. 

KLI celebrated Earth Day as 'Green Waves' in which our tiny-tots of kindergarten wing made attractive photo booth out of waste material and photo shoot was done to keep the memories alive. All were in green colour attire that symbolizes life, glory and energy.
Our young cherubs of I-II wing participated in Poster colouring. The learners of III-V wing conducted influential assembly on Earth Day. 
The students of VI-VIII wing celebrated World Earth Day Activity. The students clicked pictures and the members of Eco club made photograms and decorated the board by making beautiful collages on topics like Flora, Fauna and Nature. The students of IX-X wing planted saplings in the school campus on this Earth Day. 
The students performed these activities with full zeal and enthusiasm. The students were made aware of making our world a happier and healthier place to live by keeping the earth clean and green.








IX-X wing commemorate Ambedkar Jayanti

Ambedkar Jayanti or Bhim Jayanti is annually observed on 14 April to commemorate the birth anniversary of B.R. Ambedkar, Indian polymath and civil rights activist. Ambedkar Jayanti is also celebrated as the ‘Equality Day’ in India as he struggled for equality throughout his life.

An activity of Essay writing was organized by the students of IX-X wing of K. L. International School to celebrate this momentous occasion to honour his contribution and service to the country. The students felt enlightened to engage themselves in knowing about the principal architect of the constitution who always strived to establish equality in the Indian society and advocated for women’s and labours’ rights.

The students pledged to uphold the principle of Dr. Ambedkar and validate his achievements in Nation – building.







Jallianwalah Bagh Massacre Day

Jallianwalah Bagh massacre also known as Amritsar massacre, took place on the day of Baisakhi, 13 April 1919. A large peaceful crowd had gathered at the Jallianwalah Bagh in Amritsar. The British Troops surrounded the crowd and brutally killed the people. It was one of the most heart wrenching chapters in India's freedom struggle. 

Klites of classes III-VIII organised a special assembly in remembrance of the people who were the part of this massacre. The students delivered speeches and paid tribute to all the patriots who rested down their lives on this day. 






Vaccination camp held at KLI

A vaccination camp was conducted in K. L. International School on 9 April 2022 for the students under the age group of 12-15 years. This camp was organised in accordance with the instructions from the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare of India, under the National Covid Vaccination drive, where the students were vaccinated with the first dose of the Covid vaccine. The presence of the students in large number and the flawless governance of this coherent effort by the school made the camp productive. 

The students were allotted different venues and time slots in order to safeguard the covid norms. The students were vaccinated by the trained health workers and all the Covid Standard Operation Procedures (SOP's) were followed to ensure maximum safety.

The Management and the Principal, Mr. Sudhanshu Shekhar expressed their gratitude for their presence and making it a successful event.





Ignited minds joined hands to spread awareness on World Health Day

“To keep the body in good health is a duty, for otherwise we shall not be able to trim the lamp of wisdom and keep our mind strong and clear.”

The unparalleled value of good health is celebrated worldwide on April 7, the foundation day of the World Health Organization (WHO). Spearheaded by WHO, physical mental and social health awareness is propagated zealously on this day. In order to further its impact and importance our school students too celebrated the World Health Day with great gusto. 

A plethora of activities planned meticulously to spread the message of good health involved the students of III–V Wing and VI-VIII Wing. In their respective special assemblies they held discussions, showed posters on dos and don’ts of maintaining good health. Importance of Yoga in our lives was also established. 

The XI-XII class students organized a live podcast encompassing quiz and a PowerPoint presentation accompanied by demonstration of various exercises for keeping good health. Later students and faculty pledged to embrace a healthy lifestyle through cleanliness, hygiene, intake of balanced diet and regular exercise. The efforts of the students were applauded by the Principal and management of the school.





New Session started with Special Prayers in KLI

Kindergarten wing, Primary wing and Middle wing began New Session from 4 April 2022, with special prayers for the welfare of the world and for the students to grow bright and shine high. 

The learners along with their mentors presented valuable stories, songs, shlok and poetry. The teachers taught the students how to enhance their learning - capacity. 

Mr S. Shekhar, the school principal welcomed the students and apprised them with the ways to inculcate positive attitude and high spirits in their approach towards studies.