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27 Aug2022

Investiture Ceremony

27 Aug, 2022

Students of today are the visionaries and torch bearers of tomorrow. Nurturing students to be future leaders, Reliance Foundation School, Surat held its Investiture Ceremony on 27th August 2022 to bestow the deserving students with responsibility of leading the school with honor.


Planning and preparation had started two weeks ago. The principal conducted a meeting with the Coordinators and the Cultural Committee where in the Programme agenda and the Duty List were finalized. Every teacher who was assigned with duties took it up with utmost sincerity.

The ceremony signifies the reliance and confidence that the school consigns in the newly office bearers. The Chief Guest and the other dignitaries were escorted by the Student Council members to the school auditorium

Mr, Sagar Bagmar (IPS) Deputy Commissioner of Police inducted the newly elected members of the school with sachet and badges and also administered the Oath Taking Ceremony.

Satwik Aravind of XI Science was appointed as the School Head Boy and Tanvi Brahmankar of XI Science was appointed as the School Head Girl.  They were followed by the special executive council members, captains and vice captains of four houses and 8 club Secretaries and Jt Secretaries

The event began at 11 am. It was a memorable occasion for the young leaders as they looked forward to a new and enriching academic session.

The ceremony was held with lot of enthusiasm and gusto. The ceremony started on a very devotional note with the lighting of the lamp which signifies removal of darkness and the continuous upward movement of the flames denotes the path wisdom and divinity. The 7 Light Bearers performed on a melodious hymn ‘Lead Kindly Light’.  Dr S Antony Raj the Principal motivated the students with his awe-inspiring speech. His speech centered around the 12 ideals of a true leader.

Our newly elected student council took an oath to be true to their posts and duties assigned to them. The Head boy and the Head girl shared their thoughts on taking this esteemed responsibility. The office bearers were encouraged by the motivational speech of our respected Chief Guest. An extremely mesmerizing performance by the Middle School students filled in the spirit of leadership in every student.  The proud parents' happiness knew no bounds when badges and sashes were conferred on the newly elected Students' Council. The former Head Boy proposed a gratifying Vote of Thanks. The ceremony was concluded with the National Anthem.

15 Aug2022

Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav (Day 5)

15 Aug, 2022

Flag Hoisting Ceremony (K-12)

The Independence Day Celebration at Reliance Foundation School, Surat on 15th August 2022 constituted an amalgamation of all those spirits that evoked patriotism, pride and happiness on the auspicious day. It proved to be a truest celebration of ideas, actions and achievements of India@75. The Independence Day function started at 8 a.m. with Major Arjun Bansilal Nanavati the Chief Guest unfluring the national flag. Major Nanavati, a retired soldier who has an exemplary 36 years’ service record in Indian Army  had also served the Indian Army during the Indo-Pak war in 1971.   The Student Council of 2021 paid their respect to the national flag with a march past.  After the march past came to an end, the students of primary section put together an act filled with the spirit of independence. The brilliant act managed to arouse the spirit of independence. This act also ended up being the highlight of the day. The school choir of Gujarati medium and English medium paid tribute to the motherland with their phenomenal singing. A motivating speech by the Chief Guest, Major Nanavati, was a perfect tribute to all those who had selflessly chosen service over self.


Parents Visit:

The parents visited the classrooms to witness the decorations and the exhibits. The student representatives from each class welcomed the parents and briefed them about the theme chosen for  decorations and artifacts (collages, posters, catalogues, rangoli). An in-depth exploration of India@75 by the students and the parents was the highlight of this visit. It was a clear reflection of abled guidance of the teachers and the tireless efforts of the students. The parents acknowledged the hard work and dedication of the students by penning down heart warming feedback.

11 Aug2022

Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav (Day 4)

11 Aug, 2022

Tiranga Festival: K-12

The extravaganza, which run parallel to the celebrations of the Indian Independence Day before August 15th and a vivid extension of students joining in to celebrate the Tricolour was witnessed in school today. The theme, Har Ghar Thiranga was explored to its fullest by eager organisers and enthused students. The tri colour, the binding force, became a collective emotion for all as the he whole school- students, teachers and non-teaching staff had come dressed in tri colour.


Tiranga Festival (Pre-Primary)

The RFS young patriots were engaged in multiple activities that helped them to understand the significance of tri colour. Activities like Respecting the Tiranga, Flag flying high, Having fun with the Strings, Sharing cake, Making Flag proved to be great learning activity with a lot of fun involved.


‘Only In India’ – The Video by RFS Surat (K-12)

In an attempt to bring out the true essence of Incredible India an energetic group of students were assigned the task of making an exclusive video encompassing the past, present and the future of India. The Video " One India Only in India " catalogues the uniqueness that makes our country the motherland that it is to us. It captures the most famous and the most intrinsic peculiarities of India in different areas-- Ideas, Actions and Achievements. The ideas that laid the foundation to our uniqueness, the actions that catalysed the manifestation of these ideas and the achievements which came as by-product of every single idea and action


Glimpses Of India (Library)

An exhibition of books related to India attracted the eager students. The library project played a significant role in providing information to students about India. The books displayed on the table became a source of wisdom and knowledge for all.


India@75 (VI-VIII)

Innovative ways of celebrating 75 years of Independence - three unique virtual activities on Padlet.


Adopt a Tree - Action @ 75

The students were encouraged to adopt a tree and tag it. They also had to take a picture in action and post it on the Padlet wall. The Padlet wall received overwhelming response from the students. The activity aimed at establishing a green society for our future India.


Ideathon – Ideas @75

This online competition for Middle School students aims to encourage the spirit of innovation and harness the enormous potential of school children to ‘Think Big’ and ‘Dream of Futurist Ideas’. The students were instructed to post a solution on Padlet for an existing problem in the surrounding. The competition focused on presenting a short and intensive ideas which can potentially solve the most pressing issues.


Climate Action – Action @75

A picture speaks thousand words. The Middle School students got an opportunity to post climate action visuals clicked by selves. These pictures of climate change, brought this major issue to life in a way that captured student’s imagination, presented vital and often unknown facts and statistics and had the power to make a very powerful impression on the young minds.


Talent Fest (XII Science and Commerce)

Exhibiting one’s unique talent was another significant way of celebrating independence. Accepting and acknowledging the inherent uniqueness proved to be the best way to lay a strong foundation for future India. The students of XII Science and commerce showcased their talent and mesmerized the audience with their spirit of patriotism. 

10 Aug2022

Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav (Day 3)

10 Aug, 2022

Khelega India (Organised by XI Science and Commerce students)

We believe in the kind of learning that transcends the classroom, and the sports field has proved to be an excellent platform to cater to their development. The only difference here was this time the RFS Sports enthusiasts of XI Science and Commerce actively participated in organising events for 90 energetic participants including bus drivers, conductors, security staff and housekeeping staff. The endeavour served the purpose of engaging and involving every member of the school in the monumental celebration. The activity also promoted healthy lifestyle through sports.


The Patriotism Parade (Pre-Primary)

The Patriotism Parade proved to be an unforgettable occasion for RFS Surat family. The patriotic Fashion Show centered around  ‘75 years of Independence’ not only saw the fervor of patriotism but also saw a perfect amalgamation of Teachers, students and parents. The parents supported this event with an overwhelming response. 26 Pre-Primary families along with their children showcased a wonderful parade. Parents and grandparents had a glint of pride in their eyes as they watched and participated in this unique and creative event.


Incredible India (I -V)

 “Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat” was another event that truly promoted knowledge of the culture, traditions and practices of different states of our Incredible India. The students of the primary section showcased attires, dance and songs of vibrant India. Students were dressed up in various costumes on the basis of different regions of India like Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharasthra, Bengal, South Indian, kashmir, Punjab etc. These students also performed dance forms of different states. The slogan ‘Vande Mataram’ reverberated in the corridors of school and spread the magic of patriotism in the entire school. The activity proved very useful to experience the cultural diversity of a much larger number of States while realizing that India is one.


In Creative Pursuit (VI-VIII)

All the spirited and highly enthusiastic Students of middle School  suffused with the spirit of patriotism participated in Poster Making, Collage Making, Rangoli and Catalogue making activities. This collaborative project not only facilitated the exchange of ideas but also instigated the spirit of patriotism in the students. The glorious history of our people, culture and achievements were depicted by the students through these activities. Separate themes were allotted for 4 different activities to the groups in the class. The themes were as follows –

  • Poster- Theme: Resolve @75 (In the Class)
  • Collage - Theme: Atmanirbhar Bharat (In the Class)
  • Rangoli - Theme: My India (Only Tri Colour- In Class)
  • Catalogue - Theme: Incredible India (To be prepared from home using Adobe/Canva)

8 Aug2022

Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav (Day 2)

8 Aug, 2022

Theme: The Compassion Project (Middle School VI -VIII)

The Compassion project was a great programme undertaken by the Middle School kindhearted crew. The housekeeping staff along with gardeners & security guards were acknowledged for their service. To make our celebration inclusive and meaningful, tri-colour badges were pinned, snacks were distributed and blessings were sought.


Theme: Tri Colour Palm printing and Incredible India (Pre-Primary)

Tri Colour Palm printing activity created awareness about the National Flag among the kindergarten patriots. It also invoked the feeling of patriotism in the young minds.

The students also were made aware of how vivid is the wild life in India. A model was created to make the students understand the ideal and safe environmental conditions for the survival of the animals.


Theme: Mahotsav (Middle School VI-VIII)

A simple act of decoration can spread festive patriotism among all is what we witnessed in school today. The much-awaited celebration entails a lot of preparation involving display board decorations, wall decoration with streamers and origami crafts. The idea was to give each part of the school a distinct Independence Day vibe.

‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’ stickers were stuck on all 32 buses.

6 Aug2022

Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav (Day 1)

6 Aug, 2022

Only In India – Collage Making, Poster Making & Tri Colour Rangoli

We started off the celebration and commemoration of 75 years of progressive India ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’, with a few Collaborative activities with the IX and X std students. All the Students were revved up with the spirit of patriotism they participated in Poster Making, Collage Making, Rangoli and Catalogue making competitions. The glorious history of our people, culture and achievements were depicted by the students through these activities. Separate themes were allotted for the 4 different activities to the groups in the class. The themes were as follows –

  • Poster- Theme: Resolve @75 (In the Class)
  • Collage - Theme: Atmanirbhar Bharat (In the Class)
  • Rangoli - Theme: My India (Only Tri Colour- In Class)
  • Catalogue - Theme: Incredible India (To be prepared from home using Adobe/Canva)


The objective of today’s celebration was to increase awareness and interest in the nation’s journey and prospective growth which was successfully accomplished. This also marked  a zealous beginning to the upcoming momentous occasion.

25 Jul2022

The Retrospectus - June

25 Jul, 2022

“You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.” —Maya Angelou
We are pleased to release our creative endeavour of the month e-Newsletter 'Retrospectus - June'. We hope to provide a seamless reading experience with a sneak peek into the activities of the previous month. The major highlights of the month were World Environment Day, International Yoga Day celebration , engaging classroom activities and major achievements.

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21 Jun2022


21 Jun, 2022

‘A holistic approach towards collaborating with one’s inner self and with the world around is achievable by practicing Yoga regularly.’

We at Reliance Foundation School Surat celebrated International Yoga Day with great enthusiasm. A special assembly on the theme ‘Yoga and Growth Mindset’ was conducted for the students of classes III -XII, wherein the ‘INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY’ was celebrated zestfully. The assembly concluded with synchronized yogic asanas performed by the Middle School students, providing encouragement to students to practice yoga regularly to remain fit and improve their concentration.

Primary students took part in various activities like Slogan Writing, Colouring competition and Board Decoration with great passion and performed their best. Students from grade I to grade XII demonstrated Yoga asanas. Warm up exercises were taken and all the students performed sitting and standing asanas, importance of these were explained simultaneously in the class room.

 The young learners from Middle School creatively decorated a corner in the library, in collaboration with the librarian, showcasing the benefits of yoga. Additional books available on yoga was showcased to enhance the awareness of young learners. Illustrating the theme ‘Yoga for Humanity’ competition was organised during the Co-Curricular periods in the middle School.

10 Jun2022


10 Jun, 2022


…… extravagant exhibition.............

Hats off to the Winners

The Art and Craft Department proudly announces the result of the Art and Craft Gallery competition conducted on 10th JUNE 2022 for the students of Pre- primary to Middle School On the occasion of "World Handicraft Day".

We would like to thank and appreciate all the participants and their parents for having shown immense interest and energetic enthusiasm towards virtual art and craft Gallery.

Hearty Congratulations to all the participants and the winners!


Best wishes and greetings,

RFSEM Art and Craft Department

10 May2022

The Retrospectus - April/May

10 May, 2022

We, at RFSS believe students always need an outlet for their creativity, ideas and  expressions. Retrospectus is the monthly e-newsletter that provides updates and information on the way in which school is moving to achieve its goal. It also informs parents of special school activities such as classroom engagements ,  field trips, meetings, mission, vision, events, performance, achievements and special celebrations. 'Retrospectus' team has tried to shape a regular newsletter into a responsive, dynamic content including images containing digital newsletter which anyone can read on the web. This serves to be interactive and engage a greater number of students. Here is the first edition of 'The Retrospectus' - April/May.

Happy Reading !!!

25 Apr2022

Blessing Ceremony

25 Apr, 2022

To exalt the spirit of inspiration and aspiration, Reliance Foundation School , Surat organized a Blessing Ceremony for class XII on 25th April, 2022 in the school Auditorium. The programme started with the  Candle Ceremony followed by a Visual Treat of sneak peak of their schooling years . The Principal  in his address gave inputs on living life to its fullest and also shared valuable tips on how to prepare for the exams and apprised them with the do’s and don’ts of the board exam.  

22 Apr2022


22 Apr, 2022

All the students from Grade 3 to Grade 12 of RFS Surat enthusiastically commemorated our benevolent Mother Earth. A special assembly was held to celebrate the Mother Earth wherein the school choir presented a mellifluous song which was followed by a soulful dance dedicated to our blue planet. The main objective of the assembly was to sensitize the children about the conservation of natural resources and to motivate them to do their bit towards making their planet even more beautiful. The Talk on ‘Invest in Our Planet’ served as an eye-opener for all.  The Pledge at the end of the Assembly rekindled emotive concerns and instigated the youngsters to save, love and respect Mother Nature with all their heart and soul.

19 Apr2022

Theme based Assemblies & Bulletin Board Decoration

19 Apr, 2022

Theme based morning assemblies are an integral part of RFSS. The theme for the AY 2022-23 is ‘Year of Collaboration and Compassion – an integrative approach to quality’. This thematic approach undoubtedly holds the numero uno position out of all the routine activities in a school. It’s the first platform which is provided to young minds, boosting their confidence towards public speaking and imbibing a feeling of team spirit in their nascent minds. Prayer song, Thought for the Day, News, Word of the day and Pep talk on the theme are the items incorporated in the assembly. Display Board Decoration : The Display Board Decoration activity fosters collaboration among the students and also enhances their presentation skills The themes are beautifully illustrated by the students on the display boards artistically and creatively.

4 Apr2022

Best Practices – Discipline (Student Council Initiative)

4 Apr, 2022

The commencement of regular school has also meant a revival of the school discipline system and the code of conduct.
The Discipline week was an initiative by Jhanvi Desai (XII COMMERCE), Head Volunteer Discipline Girl along with the Student Council members - 2021-22 served as an attempt to re-establish the norms and standard with the mutual agency of students and the system.
Our goal was to instil practices of Corridor Discipline, Communication in English and Classroom Discipline. For the very same, we organized various level- suitable activities for all the students.
It included activities like animated video-show, Display Board Decoration, Rules-Chart, Read-an-article etc.  

At the end of the stipulated time given to the students, the work was judged by the Art and Craft Department and the best classes were recognized and acknowledged for their efforts and contribution.

25 Mar2022


25 Mar, 2022

‘Retrospectus’ is the annual e-Newsletter which has captured and imprinted the entire happenings of the school during the academic year 2021-2022.

The e-Newsletter has evolved as a powerful and valuable method of communication with the stakeholders of our school especially, the parents, the students, the staff members and all the viewers of our school website about our school's scholastic and co-scholastic events. This ill give our readers a sneak peek into all the highlights  of the academic session, just gone by.

Here’s Happy Reading to one and all!

7 Feb2022

Kaizen Day Celebration

7 Feb, 2022

Recognizing the staff members who go above and beyond is a critical component in building a strong work culture.
With this aim Kaizen Day was instituted in the month of August 2022 to felicitate and motivate the staff members for their outstanding efforts.
The following awards are declared on the First Saturday of every month:-
-Best Educator Award
-Best Contribution and Commitment Award
-Best CPD Educator Award
-Best Staff of the month Award.
- Best Team Spirit Award
The highlight of the Kaizen Day celebrated on 7th February 2022 was the declaration of the e-Portfolio Awards.
Besides the regular awards, the 3 Best Portfolios from each section were acknowledged.

The CPD Committee organizes this event every month. It also defines small targets of Professional Development and guides the team to upskill their competencies. These awards and recognitions not only motivate the teaching fraternity but also fosters productivity of the institution.

29 Dec2021

The CBSE Peer Life Skills Training Programme

29 Dec, 2021

The CBSE Peer Life Skills Training Programme @RFSSEM

The first peer life skills webinar was held for class 9. It was scheduled for one and a half hour, in virtual mode on MST. The theme covered was Evolution of Life Skills- Journey from Core Life Skills to 21st century skills.

 It was an interactive session conducted by the CBSE trained peer educators Vedanshi Upadhyay, Suhani Paliwal, Kashvi Jain and Jyot Ajmeri, supported by TGT Ms. Rajrupa Sengupta and Special Educator Ms. Urvi Dharamsey. The participants shared their own experiences, through anecdotes.

 They were introduced to the 10 life skills that one already has but does not inculcate while acting.

They were given a free and open platform to come forward and speak about the problems they had been facing and the way they chose to cope with it.

 Since we all believe that adolescence is like a delicate glass mug which has to be handled with care, this programme proved to be an enriching session, in which the learners could relate and interact with each other.

8 Aug2021

RFSSMUN 2021 – 22

8 Aug, 2021

The two-day RFSMUN Conference started off with zeal and enthusiasm on 7th  & 8th  August.

56 students from grade 8 to grade 11 participated in it.

The before-hand preparation by the team and organizing committee set off a trail of eloquence and passion.

We saw all delegates wearing the coats of their labour and instilling their hard work to give several good speeches as well as ameliorating the quality of negotiations to reach an all-accessible resolution.

 The committees and the topics were -

  • United Nations Women (UN Women)
    • Topic: Ensuring gender equality by alleviating discrimination against women
  • World Health Organization (WHO)
    • Topic: Mental health action plan: Promoting care and treatment
  • Social, Humanitarian and Cultural Committee (SOCHUM)
    • Topic: Combating Racism, Xenophobia & related intolerance
  • United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
    • Topic: Clean water and sanitation for good health maintenance.
  • United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)
    • Topic:- Combating Organized Cybercrime.
  • United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
    • Topic :- For the environment during tough times
  • United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC)
    • Topic :- Human rights abuses and violations against ethnic and religious minorities.

27 Feb2021

Creative Hands at work

27 Feb, 2021

In the academic session 2021, the Primary wing of RFS (EM) Surat organized a host of curricular activities aimed at enhancing creativity, critical thinking and holistic development of the students. The hands on activities in different subjects brought out the innate and latent talents of the young ones.

23 Dec2020

Jingle Bells on virtual platform

23 Dec, 2020

A grand virtual Christmas celebration was staged by the enthusiastic and energetic tiny tots of primary blossom. The celebration included carol singing, skit and thematic presentation depicting the theme, International year of Peace and Trust.

19 Oct2020

Navratri - A time for Fun and Frolic

19 Oct, 2020

The pious festival was celebrated with great religious fervour and gaiety by the students of Primary Blossom. The occasion witnessed a grand celebration comprising of various cultural items. The children and their family members looked splendid and beautiful wearing their traditional Garba attires and dancing to the tunes of Dandia.

10 Jun2020

Virtual Art & Craft Gallery

10 Jun, 2020

Children are a treasure of hidden talents and new ideas and to showcase their talent during the lockdown while they are confined within the four wall of their home, the School organised a Virtual Art & Craft Exhibition. Through the medium of art & craft students could put their imagination and creativity to good use, some of the selected pieces submitted by the students of Pre-primary, Lower-primary and Upper-primary have been put up in the display section.

Wishing all students good luck!  

Stay Safe & Stay Home!

5 Jun2020

Celebration Of World Environment Day - Middle School

5 Jun, 2020

Supporting the call given by United Nations in observing the World Environment Day – 2020 as  – Celebrate Biodiversity, the School organised an event on 5th June 2020.

The Middle School students were asked to create posters on Healthy Community Champions and a presentation on When the Urbans Go Green. A Quiz was also conducted on the theme of the year. The Event was organised by the teachers of Science and Social Science Department who circulated videos and prepared presentation for the students on the topic, Celebrate Biodiversity. This helped to inculcate sensitivity, responsibility, decisiveness and a moral attitude towards a good cause in students. It also helped to create awareness about various environment issues on World Environment Day.     


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5 Jun2020

World Environment Day Celebration - Secondary Section

5 Jun, 2020

The fate of the entire planet is now dependent upon a single species -humans. Beyond the current human tragedies, one can at least hope that Covid-19 has had the positive effect of raising this awareness.

The students of classes IX & X came together to participate knowing the dire need of the cause to save the planet Earth. As we are in process of integrating ourselves into the next world, the world after Covid-19, understanding this greatest immediate need will be a great respect for biodiversity.


  1. Panel Discussion

The students of classes IX & X outlined their perspectives and ideas on moving beyond conservation - a step further. The discussion was focused upon understanding the Why and How of conservation. Two groups with six participants each were selected through an audition round for the discussion on the D day. The competition went online from 8:30 am to 10:00 am on Microsoft Teams. 

The most engaging, interesting and interactive Panellist was awarded The Best Speaker. All Participants were given participation certificates.

  1. Slogan Writing Competition

In the wake of the recent catastrophe, the loss we suffered is unfathomable. Pollution, climate change, overpopulation, natural disasters are all growing threats to biodiversity. To sensitise the students towards these alarming issue and to make them responsive Slogan Writing Competition was conducted.  They expressed their views and created awareness among the people about the need to protect biodiversity through their slogan on the topic: Ways to Negate the Impact of Biodiversity Loss and Restore Balance in Nature. Overall the competition helped to introduce a new ideology, disseminate facts, show different points of view, and evoke curiosity of students in a new direction.

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5 Jun2020

World Environment Day Celebration - Primary Section

5 Jun, 2020

World Environment Day* was celebrated in * Reliance Foundation School, Surat (EM) on 5th June 2020 with great enthusiasm.

To mark this occasion competitions were organised for the students of classes 1 to 5.


Std. 1 students have to make Earth Crown

Std. 2 students have to make Birds feeder.

Both the activities were chosen to maintain children’s euphoria along with learning.

Std 3: To make Bird feeder.

 Students learnt the importance of environment and how to save our natural habitats  by providing food , water and safety .

Std 4 & Std 5:

A speech competition was organised on theme "Bio Diversity". The competition offered the students a great chance to express their views on the need to conserve nature and protect it. The children exhibited their talent and enthusiasm through their virtual videos.

Science teachers of Primary Section supported and guided earnest efforts of students diligently.


Our science department along with our primary teachers have very excellently prepared a PDF on how we have been inducing pain to nature and the promise to nurture nature and beautify it for wellness of all.


These activities were given intending to inculcate the core sense of humanity .

We received overwhelming response from parents in our efforts to celebrate this special day in such an effective and inspirational manner.


Primary Blossoms takes the pledge to keep Earth happy and healthy forever and ever

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31 May2020

Lockdown Activities

31 May, 2020

The global upsurge of the Covid-19 pandemic and the resultant lockdown has brought all of us face to face with such unprecedented times and situations. This too, without a hint of what this situation can entail and the  level of preparedness required. But a human's basic nature of adaptability has made us, as a society, emerge stronger and better equipped than before. 

The same can be said about the educational domain. We at RFS, did not want to compromise on any score and reached out to our students for educational pursuits on the virtual platform. 

 Find the pictures of Curricular and Co- Curricular involvement of our students while they sat in the safe confines of their homes.

Curricular - Teachers got trained and took classes on Microsoft Teams. Creative  assignments were given away in all subject for all classes Kg to class12. A glimpse of classes being organised by teachers displaying their e- teaching resources. Also some of the submissions made by students.


Co- Curricular - For physical and mental wellness , a number of age appropriate activities were suggested . Besides encouraging reading ,some assignments that would make students introspect and do goal setting , identify their strengths and weaknesses to check what drives their career choices were also given. Children demonstrate in pictures their talent in calligraphy, yoga , art , doodling , dance , warli and madhubani art, writing skills, best out of waste etc. This has not only honed their talent but also kept them gainfully occupied inside homes.