Getting them ready to face and make a difference to the world outside the school is the core of our every action on the campus. At MRIS-51, the final objective of our existence is building confident and matured citizens of this country and more importantly; one world … the ‘Global Citizens’ in true spirit.

MRIS caters to enhancement of a child’s all round development. Since parents are the child’s first teacher they need to participate and be aware of his/her child’s growth. Thus the need for Parent Child connection plays a vital role in familiarizing the parents about the methodology of MRIS and its thematic style of teaching. An orientation programme for Grade VI was organized by MRIS-51, Gurgaon in the school premises on 6th May’14. The programme was aimed at fostering closer ties with the parents of students through a mutual interaction.

The session began with the lighting of lamp, chanting of shlokas and prayer song. The Vice-Principal (Mrs Pooja Puri) in her welcome address highlighted on school ethos and the critical role parents play in the overall grooming process of children. She also laid emphasis on the importance of discipline in students’ life. The welcome address was then followed by the Principal’s address (Mrs Dhriti Malhotra) in which she briefed the parents about the school’s vision of inculcating human values , social responsibilities and environment consciousness in the young buds and also how the little ones should be nurtured with love , care and affection. A colourful power-point presentation for the parents was made to make them aware about the rules and regulations of the institution, the co-curricular activities and CCE pattern.  This session was then followed by an enlightening session on Healthy Parenting by Dr Priyanka Goenka. She said in present educational scenario, the importance of parenting could not be undermined.  It was indeed a very fruitful session for the parents who got to know about the examination system, and parenting tips.The Orientation day received an over whelming response from the parents. It proved to be an informative session between the parents and the teachers as well. The programme concluded with school song followed by the National Anthem.