God’s Grace School believes in training our pupils to be of sound mind and of sound body. At today’s Taekwondo practice, GGS students displayed their skills.
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GGS students delighted their teachers, classmates and parents today with their arts and crafts skills. Artistic works created by students included lamps, dolls and even kites. Well done dear students!
Students and parents are informed that the final exam for the current academic year will begin on March 7, 2016. We wish all our dear students all the very best!
Teachers at God’s Grace School today underwent a workshop to assist them in further optimizing the eClassroom facility for students. Our students have been benefiting from our electronic Classroom which feature animations to help students learn concepts of maths, English and other subjects.
God’s Grace School students line up for a photo in front of the campus building on February 10, 2016.
FA-4 (Unit Tests) were completed on 28 January 2016. Final Exam to begin in March 2016. GGS students are having practical classes in English Language and Maths. Students are writing Library Book Reviews.Â Assemblies are being held based on communication skill.
GGS’s Taekwondo team demonstrated their skills at the Inter-School Taekwondo Championship 2015 held at Model School (Faridabad) Haryana. The team was trained by GGS Coach Mr. Tanveer.
October 30, 2015: God’s Grace School won 1st Prize when a GGS student acted as President Obama and delivered a speech at the inter-school event. Our School also received 2nd prize for an English skit.
September 7, 2015: God’s Grace School students treated the classmates, parents and staff to a melodious Qawwali at today’s Awards Ceremony. The ceremony honors the students who have excelled academically in the academic year. Watch Qawwali video here
November 24, 2013: The students of God’s Grace School participated in the Annual Function held on the South Campus. Parents, faculty and guests were treated to students performing martial arts, traditional dances. The day began with the students marching in unison to the national anthem.