Flood relief work in August
The entire gps community stepped forward to collect and distribute relief materials for those devastated by the deluge in August. The same was handed over to the District Collector at the Anbodu Kochi Collection centre.
Horn NOT OK campaign
As part of the Young Indians' initiative, our students campaigned to spread awareness that it is 'NOT OK' to honk and holler.
Fistful of Rice Campaign
As part of our Fistful of Rice Campaign , students donated 54 kgs of rice to Vignanyodhaya Sadhan, Udayamperoor.
Painting nearby Anganwadis
Our students painted nearby anganwadis to spread colour and joy.
Spreading joy @ Christmas.
Santa buddies from gps spread cheer and smiles as they gave presents to children in nearby anganwadis and residents of Faith Home.
Adarsh Special School visits
Global Public School had special guests on 28th July as part of the NallaPadam initiative of Malayala Manorama: Students of Adarsh Special School, Kureekad.
They were welcomed with handmade cards as well as fables, songs and poems and spent the day with the students of Global Public School playing and interacting with each other.
Clean Up Drive as part of the
Grade 8 Kids For Kochi members of the school conducted a clean-up drive in Fort Kochi on 9th December as part of the ‘Harita Keralam” week.
Global Public School envisages the vision of “Haritha Keralam”
With the noble aim of championing the cause of a beautiful, clean and green state as well as educating the public, our students enacted a street play in the Thiruvaniyoor Community Hall and other places on 8th December 2016. The street play was in accordance with the state government’s initiative, “Harita Keralam, Sundara Keralam”.
Celebrating our decennial year by reaching out.
Global Public School has always championed social responsibility and believes that no celebration is complete without helping the less fortunate and hence began its decennial celebrations by organizing social outreach and community welfare programmes in and around Ernakulam on Monday 18th July 2016. Around 300 students of the school engaged in various acts of kindness to spread cheer befitting the celebrations.
Students of different grades embarked on Clean up drives at Marine Drive, Tripunithura Railway Station and Chottanikara Bus Stand.
With the intention of reaching out to the less fortunate, a section of the students visited and spent quality time with the inmates of Providence Home, Kizhakkambalam and Cancer Centre Perumbadappu and distributed essential items amongst them.
The students upheld their civic responsibility by conducting Traffic Awareness Campaigns by holding placards at important and busy locations in the city such as Vytilla and Medical Trust Hospital Junction etc.
A street play “Puzhaparayum katha” on the Conservation of Rivers was enacted at Marine Drive and link road Junction, Kochi to educate and enlighten people on the adverse effects of water pollution. As part of the Tree for Life campaign, some children planted saplings at Don Bosco, Vaduthala.
The school also donated desks and chairs as well as rice to Sevagram Children's Village, Pothy, Thalayolaprambu.
Brightening up the "anganwadis" with colours!
As a prelude to the Week Long Decennial celebrations, Yi students of gps, branched out to various locations in ernakulam on 16th July, 2016 under the leadership of NGO, Ashoka Tree to brighten up "anganwadis".
They undertook the task of painting the blackboards as well as the walls of 6 "anganwadis" in around Kadavanthara and Ponnuruni.
Love, Compassion and Humanity has always been the underpinning of gps policy of social responsibility.
Moved by the plight of the people of Chennai due to the unprecedented floods, the students and teachers of gps came forward to organize a Help-Chennai Collection drive on 7th December 2015.
Relief materials were donated by one and all at gps and sent to Chennai in partnership with Malayala Manorama and Mathrubhumi newspaper.
Our heart and prayers are with the families affected by the disaster.
gps has always endeavoured to work for the welfare of the society. The students collectively donated a sum of Rs.1,12,508/- to Malayala Manorama on 23rd November for the victims of the horrifying endosulfan disaster.
As part of our ceaseless effort to uphold and work for the wellbeing of the society at large, gps had recently taken up the cause of the victims of the endosulfan disaster. A cheque of Rs. 1,12,508/- contributed by the students, was handed over by the Principal, Ms. Indu Panicker and the Student Council on behalf of the student community to Mr. Ramachandran, of The “Nallapadam” initiative, Malayala Manorama, who applauded the efforts and generosity of the students of gps.
As a befitting tribute to the victims of this horrific pesticide disaster, Mr. Adolf (Lyricist and Composer of the song) as well as the school choir members, moved the school assembly to tears with their poignant rendition of the song “Let the flowers bloom”.
The Psychology students of Grade 12 along with their teacher Ms Shampa Das visited the Snehanilayam Special School, Kakkanad, Kochi as a part of their Grade 12 CBSE Psychology Practical requirements on August 4th,2015.
The Psychology students of Grade 12 along with their teacher Ms Shampa Das visited the Snehanilayam Special School, Kakkanad, Kochi as a part of their Grade 12 CBSE Psychology Practical requirements on August 4th,2015. This school founded in the year 1977 is managed by the handmaids of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. The vision of the school is to empower the intellectually challenged children through education and training.Academic as well as vocational education is imparted to the 120 students by a staff of 25 teachers trained in special education,sports,yoga,music and dance.
Our Grade 12 students were given a welcome at the Assembly of Snehanilayam,wherein they introduced themselves and participated in the Assembly. Later on during the day,they spent time with the students of Snehanilayam and interacted with them on a one to one basis.The special children of Snehanilayam sang and drew pictures for our students.
It was indeed a kind of awakening for our Gypsites,and the entire experience aroused an immense feeling of empathy and gratitude to the Almighty for his innumerable mercies.
After spending an entire morning with their new found friends of Snehanilayam,our students returned to school aware,enriched and sensitive to the world around them,with a promise to give back to society in their own little way.