Manav Rachna International School believes in fostering global awareness and the students are guided through the process of discovery so that a deeper understanding of their own place in the world is developed. The world is changing, national boundaries are diminishing. Internationalism is here and international understanding is vital which is why students at MRIS-21 C tried to showcase their learning by way of CREST by presenting CREST PANORAMA – a tableau by globe trotters in the esteemed presence of Dr. M.M. Kathuria, Trustee MREI; Ms. Nisha Bhalla, Executive Director, MRIS-21C and Charmwood; Ms. Goldy Malhotra, Director, Academics and Administrative Staff College; Ms. Sanyogita Sharma, Director, MRIS-21C and Charmwood; Academic Excellence Team Members and Parents of MRIS-21C Students.
Our Students took everyone back in time to experience varied cultures across the world. It was an enjoyable and fun-filled journey enroute the Middle East, Renaissance Italy, the land of Vikings , Middle Ages Europe , Japan and China to name a few. These Students made the spectators glide through a range of presentations by way of their tableaus on Abolition of slavery in America, Immigration in the 1800s, the French Revolution, Japan and India thereby, making it easy for them to learn about history with an ease. Equally mesmerizing was the enchanting land of fairy tales where our little ones from Grade I showcased ‘Snow white and the Seven Dwarfs’ and the presentation on journey from still photography to cartoon media gave way to fulfill our innate feeling of getting ourselves clicked at the photo corner with selfie props.
“Music and Dance are languages by themselves capable of expressing subtle thoughts and refined ideas.” This was evident through the range of performances across the globe woven beautifully with the tableaus. CREST believes in integrated learning which was showcased in energetic performances by the kids on Skating, Hockey and Taekwondo. Furthermore, Students from Grades I to V gave an opportunity to the guests to try their hands on CREST activities in the Workshop areas where the children tried to provide a glimpse of CREST of activities by actually doing them in front of the audience and explaining how were they made to learn about them.