GRADUATION DAY AY 2018-19 :-02-Apr-2019
Graduation is an exciting time. It’s both an ending and a beginning; It’s warm memories of the past and great dreams for the future.’’ The Graduation Day ceremony was celebrated on 2nd April to commemorates the precious moments of the little ones, and offers an opportunity to celebrate the culmination of their preschool years and the beginning of new experiences to come. The Principal, Dr. Kavita K Roy, Coordinator Ms Bhama Pramod and the Ukg homeroom facilitator Ms. Yshodhara and Ms Sakshi congratulated and blessed all the little ones. To make it significant, at Oxford World School we celebrated with fun, simple, but very memorable preschool graduation. It was a special and momentous day at Oxford World School for the teachers, school and the students.

Genius is when an idea and the execution of that idea are simultaneous Albert Einstein the Art and science exhibition for the year 2018 19 was conducted at Oxford World School on Friday, 15th March 2019 and it emulated the hope and aspirations of our children in becoming the geniuses of tomorrow. Many people have a misunderstanding about learning arts and crafts as they think it is meant for non-scholastic areas but in reality Art and Craft has become an important aspect of modern education and anyone can take up these as a specialized subject for making a career. The tiny tots of Oxford World School poured out their creativity and talent at the Art and Science exhibition held at the school on Thursday.

BOOK FAIR by SCHOLASTIC - Your Ticket to READ :-13-Mar-2019
Books are uniquely portable magic. Book fair are appetizer for further reading. Book fairs play a huge role in encouraging reading habit among people of all age groups. Working on the theme, ‘Books are our best friends’, The Oxford World School organized a book fair by scholastic from March 13 to March 15, 2019.The fair was inaugurated by the school Principal Dr. Kavita K Roy with the Academic Coordinator Ms. Bhama Pramod. Wide range of books of all literary genres were displayed in the book fair. Children and the staff members enjoyed the fair and selected the books they wished to read and buy. The opportunity to browse books of so many varieties and in a large number at a time was a wonderful experience for the children and parents who will be attending the fair clubbed with the Art and Science Exhibition. The aim is to encourage and inculcate the love for reading among students.

Mother Tongue, Mother Tongue, Mother Tongue, all the way/ Let’s celebrate the Mother Tongue Day! UNESCO has declared 21st February every year as International Mother Language Day to promote the dissemination of mother tongues and create fuller awareness of linguistic and cultural traditions throughout the world so as to inspire solidarity based on understanding, tolerance and dialogue. It has been decided to celebrate Matribhasha Diwas on 21.02.2019 to promote the use of Mother Tongues and to achieve the following objectives: i. To sensitize people about the need of greater use of Mother Tongue and other Indian Languages for development and progress of the Nation ii. To impart communication skills and proficiency in Mother Tongue and other Indian Languages amongst English-medium students iii. To support translations from other languages into Mother Tongue iv. To give fillip to “ Knowledge Creation” in Indian languages v. To popularize adaptation of latest technologies for Indian languages vi. To encourage people to learn one more Indian language CBSE proposes to celebrate Matribhasha Diwas (Mother Tongue Day) on 21st February 2019 in the schools. Celebration of the International Mother Language day in OWS helped children grow with the values of their nation and get familiar with the cultural traditions of the country.

The most awaited event of the year, the Annual Day of the Oxford World School was held on the 16th Feb 2019. It was presided by Mr. Ravindra Galande (Chairman), Directors of RLM foundation, Dr. Kavita K Roy (Principal). The Chief Guest for the occasion was Mr. Arvind Gokule, Police Inspector at Police training centre Khandala. On this Republic Day 26 Jan 2019 he was bestowed with Present Medal for his Meritorious Service. The theme for the event was ‘Incredible India – A Cultural Travelogue’. Being Indian is not as much about blood as it is about culture!” – Tony Hillerman. The badge we wear proudly on our sleeve, the gem we treasure beyond our lives, the very lifeblood that pulses through our veins- Indian Culture! The program encompassed the Indian culture at its full grandeur and brought to forth feelings of patriotism amidst dances, drama and music. The program began with lighting of the lamp and a prayer song. OWS at the beginning was extremely apt and moved on to introduce the audience to the theme of OWS 2nd Annual day Celebration. The audience were left awestruck with wonder at the impeccable performance of the little ones. Next came the colourful folk dances of states of Goa, Gujarat, Punjab, Rajasthan, Kashmir, Kerela and Maharashtra. India is a land of diversity and this was portrayed adeptly in a mime by the children. The show stopper of the event was a Mime dance performance with a social message to Stop Child labour and Right to Education. The students explained the real essence of education in the form of Mime as “Education is for all” and it declares that everyone has a right to education. It aim is to give everyone a chance to learn and benefit from basic education- not as an accident of circumstances, or as a privilege, but as a right. Government means governing the minds so it would be better for democratic government to govern good mind and good mind can only be developed by means of education. The captivating performance of the students enthralled the audience Finally the program ended with the prize distribution followed by the national Anthem. Our heartfelt thanks to the parents and dignitaries for being such a wonderful audience; to the teachers and the coordinator who have coordinated the program painstakingly over the last couple of months and especially the children who worked relentlessly with full enthusiasm and enthralled the audience with their mesmerising performance. This Annual Day will be remembered by one and all

70th REPUBLIC DAY :-26-Jan-2019
REPUBLIC DAY CELEBRATION - 26th January holds an everlasting place in our national memory because it is the day when modern India was born. Oxford World School celebrated the Republic day this 26th of January,2019, with immense pride and grandeur in the school grounds. The National Flag was hoisted by Principal, the teachers, school staff and students from different grades and classes join together in the singing of the National Anthem, Jana Gana Mana.

As part of our curriculum, students explore and celebrate all major festivals from around the world. It is part of exploring word cultures, being a global village and inculcating tolerance among the young ones. Christmas is a time to give and forgive. Celebrated everywhere as a joyous family affair, we too, at school celebrated Christmas as a happy time for our children. “We wish you a merry Christmas…”, “Dashing through the snow…” filled the air with festivity. Santa too made a grand entry and gave adorable poses to click.

ANNUAL SPORTS DAY 2018 19 :-15-Dec-2018
Annual Sports Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm in Oxford World School, Pune, on 15th December 2018. The School’s playground was overflowing with zeal, passion and excitement. The programme began with the arrival of the Chief Guest Mrs. TEJASWINI SAWANT (Tejaswini Sawant, who became the first Indian woman shooter to clinch a gold medal at the World Championships) Chairman Mr. RAVINDRA GALANDE, Mr. LALIT GALANDE, Mr. MADHAV GALANDE Principal, Dr. KAVITA K ROY. The Sports Day ended with the National Anthem.

Learning about community buildings is so much fun when your community helpers are real life heroes who not only allow you to understand their role but also let the children experience the equipment and machinery involved, first hand. Children had an opportunity to handle the equipments, use the fire extinguisher, sit inside the fire truck and shake hands with the firemen themselves. A couple of teachers also went up the hoist much to the delight and cheer of the children

All for sports, sports for all is the motto of the shop, where we had taken our Primary children for the field trip. It is very important for all of us to understand the significance of the sports and exercise in our daily life and to instill the habit of playing sports, so we had planned the trip to Decathlon. On 26th of November, 2018 the students of Primary Grade went for a field trip to visit a sports shop named ‘Decathlon’ in Wagholi.

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON DIWALI - Pre-Primary and Primary Light is the harbinger of joy, prosperity and eternal bliss of the soul’ Lights illuminate every corner of India during Diwali and the scent of incense sticks hang in the air, mingling with the sounds of fire-crackers, joy, togetherness and hope. Diwali is a festival of joy and prosperity. It is the celebration of the victory of good over evil. On this auspicious occasion, Pre-Primary students presented a special assembly on 30th October 2018.