PTM at Ryan International School, Students Organise Exhibition

Published: 15th October 2014 06:04 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th October 2014 06:04 AM   |  A+A-


Sriperumbudur: The staff and students of Ryan International School organised a primary level one-day exhibition on science and social studies. Students from Classes 1 to 8 participated in the Parent Teachers Meeting (PTM) exhibition.

The participants put up around 75 exhibits comprising innovative models.  Projects such as purification of water, the man who landed on moon, major landforms of the earth, directions, inscription and rock paintings used during early periods captured the minds and hearts of the parents.

A creative corner was displayed in every Montessori section.  This creative corner, completely done by the Ryanites, comprised objects related to subjects such as letters A to J, numbers 1 to 11, class activities, best out of waste.

The parents enjoyed looking at the displays and realising how children learn through fun.

The programme was arranged on the PTM day so that parents would know how students at Ryan learn things.

The parents appreciated the students and were awestruck by the students’ interaction, explanation and involvement with their models.

The students did everything in a spirit of participation and not with a competitive mind.

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