World Book and Copyright Day was enthusiastically observed at Learning Paths School. To commemorate the occasion, the students enacted a special assembly and talked about their favorite books. During library lessons, students redesigned the covers of their favorite books and characters to create new a version. They also engaged in creative writing on books to demonstrate their creative works and enjoyed reading activities.
D.E.A.R. (Drop Everything and Read) was observed by the students and staff who were seen engrossed in book reading at their workstations. Vandana Saxena, the school's principal, urged children to read every day and enhance their vocabulary. She also emphasized the significance of reading books and encouraged the students to read in order to lead.
Our students made global friends through library activities in October to mark 'International school Library Month.' They exchanged bookmarks with the students from Romania, Russia, Portugal, Croatia, Lithuania, and Slovenia. Aside from that, they interacted about their favorite books, authors an cultural influences with their Russian friends. A special newsletter with the theme 'Books and Reading' was also published.
Learning Paths School, Mohali, celebrated the 27th PN Panicker National Reading Month. To commemorate this event, the school library planned a variety of activities for students based on Rowling's magical world as the month also marks the birthday of J.K. Rowling, a beloved children's author. The students took a reading pledge to grow through reading and make reading a habit.
The students were introduced to the author through a visual journey. They participated in the book talks and character discussions. Aside from that, they enjoyed doing creative writing, art work, and word searches based on the theme 'The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.' School principal Ms. Nutan Budhiraja commended the students' efforts and encouraged them to read every day, as it is crucial to their growth, imagination, creativity and academic success.