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School students learn about climate change, enhance sporting skills at summer camps

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Posted on 21 May 2022
11:29 AM
Students at Motilal Nehru Public School, Jamshedpur, learn to make home decor using organic materials.

Students at Motilal Nehru Public School, Jamshedpur, learn to make home decor using organic materials. SOURCE: School

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Motilal Nehru Public School (MNPS), Jamshedpur, hosts environment and personality development workshops for Classes III to V
Tata Steel organises 17-day sports camp for children

Motilal Nehru Public School (MNPS), Jamshedpur, organised a summer camp for students of Classes III to V to encourage all-round development and understanding of climate change.

The students toom part in fun-based activities. The main focus of this camp was to sensitise students towards the climate change, an issue of global concern, through integrated learning techniques.

“We had a lot of fun and learnt through different activities about protecting our environment,” said Anvee Saxena of Class V.

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Members of the mothers' club of the school actively participated in the camp by conducting special sessions for students such as workshops on making organic home decor pieces and cooking without fire.

Motilal Nehru Public School principal Ashu Tiwary and vice-principal Ritu Choudhary appreciated the innovative ideas of the faculty members and coordinators.

Students learn to make seed balls from clay.

Students learn to make seed balls from clay. SOURCE: School

The school organises such camps every summer to encourage fun learning.

The sports department of Tata Steel organised a sports summer camp at JRD Tata Sports Complex for over 500 children.

The camp will provide children the opportunity to participate in multiple sporting activities such as archery, athletics, badminton, boxing, basketball, chess, cricket, football, golf, handball, horse riding, karate, kabaddi, roller skate/roll ball, swimming, table tennis, lawn tennis, volleyball, yoga and zumba for holistic development.

Experienced coaches from Sports Authority of India (SAI), international athletes and former Ranji players will train the participants during the 17-day camp.

Last updated on 21 May 2022
11:29 AM
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