World Pollution Control Day

National Pollution Control Day

National Pollution Control Day, 2nd December 2019

City Montessori School, Gomti Nagar Campus I had taken the initiative to organize an Environmental March on National Pollution Control Day on Monday, 2nd Decemberat 9:30 am from the 1090 round about to CMS, Gomti Nagar Campus I Vishal Khand. The march was flagged off by the chief guest for the occasion, Hon'ble Shri Dara Singh Chauhan, Minister of Forest, Environment and Zoological Gardens, Government of Uttar Pradesh. Our founder Manager, Dr Jagdish Gandhi, the president and COO CMS, Dr Geeta Gandhi Kingdon and Dr Roger Kingdon also blessed the students with their presence.

Around 1000 students from our branch participated in this march. Schools from nearby areas like Riverside Academy, Study Hall, CMS Aliganj Campus I also participated in large numbers. We also witnessed participation from Bhoomi foundation and Fridays for Future organization showing solidarity towards the cause. Students carried colorful and meaningful posters, placards depicting harmful causes of pollution, flags, etc in order to add meaning to the march. A nukkad natak was also staged by the students of class VIII which showed the present reality of the causes of pollution.

The march started with the school band leading the group. There after a girl wearing a globe was seen walking depicting the plight of the earth and the harmful effects of pollution on the same. A colourful and huge banner saying ACT BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE, IT’S OUR FUTURE headed the march. A group of students as environmentalists like Greta Thunberg, Chandi Prasad Bhatt and many more people who have made a great difference towards the environment followed the girl. This is also a way to sensitize them about various kinds of pollution and also its negative and serious impact on health for all. There after students wearing headgears of solar panels connecting through a wire to a bulb made a significant difference in the enthusiasm of the students and the public both. It drew our attention to various advantages of using renewable resources of energy and in particular solar energy.

Another attraction of the march was the faces of the students painted to showcase the cause of this march. A number of students wearing masks were also seen marching drawing our attention towards the depleting condition of the air quality in our school. Students were also seen carrying saplings and saying slogans for a greener and better future. Rain water harvesting was also one such resource that was seen through a student carrying a model and the other students following him carrying cut outs of water droplets. The march had student cyclist at the end sensitizing us to use alternate mode of transport in order to prevent pollution in the form of air and sound pollution.

Bees Day

On 27th October bees day celebrated by eco club member of class 9th in special assembly. They explained the importance of them in the ecosystem and how we can conserve them. They expresses some facts about them. Principal ma'am was also present in assembly, she sensitise children that as bees have kindness, loyalty etc virtues we should also inculcate in ourselves and protect them. Children made posters, badges.

Raksha Parv

Today eco club member of class 9th celebrated Raksha Parv.The skit presented, implicitly through the medium of a young boy, wishes to convey that when trees are cut down, a noticeable adverse effect is found, both on humans and the environment. Respiratory problems cannot be eradicated, but they can be cut down to some extent by the dedication of people towards planting more trees. They made Rakhee, posters, badges and brought plants and gave to principal ma'am, vice principal ma'am and coordinators.

Plantation Day 2019

School Tree Plantation Day was celebrated on 26th July. Students planted mango, neem, pipal, ashok and many more types of saplings in the school premises.

Plantation in Science Park

Children planted ashok and neem saplings in Science Park. They will be nurturing them till while they are in school.

Ground Water week celebration

Senior Section of the Eco Club celebrated Ground Water Week the 22nd. Special Assembly was conducted and pledge was taken to conserve water by students and teachers. Posters and badges were made to sensitize the students.

Van Mahotsav

On 6th July Van Mahotsav was celebrated by Eco Club members of Senior Section. Special Assembly was conducted and a skit showing the selfish nature of human activity causing deforestation and its consequences was presented. Children brought green plants & a painting competition was held. The Principal explained the importance of plants and that why we must plant trees to make our environment conducive for living.

Earth Day Special Assembly

On earth day special assembly conducted by senior Eco Club members to sensitise students about dry waste and wet waste.

Awareness Campaign

Eco Club members participated in an awareness campaign on the theme of 'Waste to Wealth' organised by Prithvi Innovations in collaboration with Lucknow Nagar Nigam and Forest Department at Ground Number 1, Jhulelal Park, Gomti riverbank. They put up Wall Art, made posters and wrote effective calligraphic messages on the topics 'Zero Waste' and 'Save Earth'.