EVENT Gallery


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.

CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION :-21-Dec-2018
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.

FIELD TRIP - AMANORA FIRE STATION :-27-Nov-2018
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

FIELD TRIP - DECATHLON :-26-Nov-2018
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.

DIWALI CELELBRATION :-30-Oct-2018
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.

DANDIYA RAAS CELEBRATION :-17-Oct-2018
The students and teachers of OWS had come together to celebrate Dussehra by dancing on the beats of Dandiya and Garba songs on 17th October, 2018. Dussehra is celebrated to depict good over evil. Dandiya and Garba are dance forms traditionally performed only in the state of Gujurat but now it is performed all over India. The students of OWS were asked to be dressed up in traditional clothes. The songs of Dandiya and Garba were put for the students and along with the teachers to sway with the rhythm of the music.

FIELD TRIP - BLOOMINGS GARDEN CENTRE :-12-Oct-2018
He Who Plants A Tree Plants A Hope……………………….. Earth is called The Green Planet due to the presence of plants on it. Without plants, the environment and human life on this earth cannot exist. In order to instill the value of plants and to explain the ongoing Theme –“Green Plants Around Me” a trip to the Plant Nursery was organized on 12th October 2018 for the Kindergarten children of Oxford World School, Pune. They were taken to a nearby Nursery in Kharadi where the little ones were shown different types of Plants, explained the various parts of the plants and their uses. They learnt about the parts of plants that we eat eg potato, onion etc and were also shown different medicinal plants like Tulsi, Turmeric etc. The children had a wonderful learning experience and were full of excitement to see such different species of plants. They were also told about the importance of plants in our lives and why we should not cut trees. The trip was a great success and a memorable experience for the little ones.

WILD LIFE WEEK 2nd October - 8th October :-02-Oct-2018
WILD LIFE WEEK Wildlife Week is celebrated from October 2 to 8 annually in India. The main goal of this campaign is to promote the conservation and protection of fauna (animal) life. Colourful arrays of posters were displayed according to the topic allotted by the Primary students. The students also made the animal mask and thrilled to wear it. FOLIAGE INFINITE Wildlife Adventure and Trekking presented a PowerPoint Presentation. The main focus of the program would be creating awareness among the general public for the conservation and protection of wildlife resources. Foliage group briefed the students the importance of Wildlife conservation as it is a practice of protecting wild plant and animal species and their habitat.

HINDI DIWAS CELEBRATION :-18-Sep-2018
The four houses—Ganga, Krishna, Narmada, and Brahmaputra—poured their hearts out as they sang. The teams were cheered on with gusto by the audience which included the support staff. This encouraged the teams on stage and also kept the competition spirited.

TEACHERS DAY CELEBRATION :-05-Sep-2018
This day was made special by all the students and the management for the teachers’ for their sincere dedication and efforts. "The best teacher is the one who suggests rather than dogmatizes, and inspires his listener with the wish to teach himself." Edward Bulwer Lytton