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The Life Skills session conducted by Kalpesh sir and his son Keval from Josh organisation on last Sunday was extremely informative. They  covered all important points of Lockdown- how to be safe and to stay indoors while the situation in the surrounding are not good. Emotionally, mentally how to cope with different mood swings in the house and further how to support the family in routine household chores. Financially, how to help parents in this crucial time and most important, how to spend the time in house by playing indoor games and other  activities that can be helpful in enjoying while inside the house. The tips given by Kalpesh sir were amazing. #agseducation #appleglobalschool #beanapplet #agsonlineeducation

The Life Skills session conducted by Kalpesh sir and his son Keval from Josh organisation on last Sunday was extremely informative. They  covered all important points of Lockdown- how to be safe and to stay indoors while the situation in the surrounding are not good. Emotionally, mentally how to cope with different mood swings in the house and further how to support the family in routine household chores. Financially, how to help parents in this crucial time and most important, how to spend the time in house by playing indoor games and other  activities that can be helpful in enjoying while inside the house. The tips given by Kalpesh sir were amazing. #agseducation #appleglobalschool #beanapplet #agsonlineeducation

The Life Skills session conducted by Kalpesh sir and his son Keval from Josh organisation on last Sunday was extremely informative. They  covered all important points of Lockdown- how to be safe and to stay indoors while the situation in the surrounding are not good. Emotionally, mentally how to cope with different mood swings in the house and further how to support the family in routine household chores. Financially, how to help parents in this crucial time and most important, how to spend the time in house by playing indoor games and other  activities that can be helpful in enjoying while inside the house. The tips given by Kalpesh sir were amazing. #agseducation #appleglobalschool #beanapplet #agsonlineeducation

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The Life Skills session conducted by Kalpesh sir and his son Keval from Josh organisation on last Sunday was extremely informative. They covered all important points of Lockdown- how to be safe and to stay indoors while the situation in the surrounding are not good. Emotionally, mentally how to cope with different mood swings in the house and further how to support the family in routine household chores. Financially, how to help parents in this crucial time and most important, how to spend the time in house by playing indoor games and other activities that can be helpful in enjoying while inside the house. The tips given by Kalpesh sir were amazing. #agseducation #appleglobalschool #beanapplet #agsonlineeducation

The Life Skills session conducted by Kalpesh sir and his son Keval from Josh organisation on last Sunday was extremely informative. They covered all important points of Lockdown- how to be safe and to stay indoors while the situation in the surrounding are not good. Emotionally, mentally how to cope with different mood swings in the house and further how to support the family in routine household chores. Financially, how to help parents in this crucial time and most important, how to spend the time in house by playing indoor games and other activities that can be helpful in enjoying while inside the house. The tips given by Kalpesh sir were amazing. #agseducation #appleglobalschool #beanapplet #agsonlineeducation

The Life Skills session conducted by Kalpesh sir and his son Keval from Josh organisation on last Sunday was extremely informative. They covered all important points of Lockdown- how to be safe and to stay indoors while the situation in the surrounding are not good. Emotionally, mentally how to cope with different mood swings in the house and further how to support the family in routine household chores. Financially, how to help parents in this crucial time and most important, how to spend the time in house by playing indoor games and other activities that can be helpful in enjoying while inside the house. The tips given by Kalpesh sir were amazing. #agseducation #appleglobalschool #beanapplet #agsonlineeducation

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“When we share we open doors to new beginning”. The Applets feel proud to reach out to the less privileged under the JOSH initiative by distributing mosquito nets to the people in the slums and also to the support staff in our school to save and protect them from diseases which are caused by mosquitoes during the monsoon season. We feel honoured to be involved in 'Joy of Sharing Happiness' activities. ~By Amanbeer, Grade 11 Applet

“When we share we open doors to new beginning”. The Applets feel proud to reach out to the less privileged under the JOSH initiative by distributing mosquito nets to the people in the slums and also to the support staff in our school to save and protect them from diseases which are caused by mosquitoes during the monsoon season. We feel honoured to be involved in 'Joy of Sharing Happiness' activities. ~By Amanbeer, Grade 11 Applet

“When we share we open doors to new beginning”. The Applets feel proud to reach out to the less privileged under the JOSH initiative by distributing mosquito nets to the people in the slums and also to the support staff in our school to save and protect them from diseases which are caused by mosquitoes during the monsoon season. We feel honoured to be involved in 'Joy of Sharing Happiness' activities. ~By Amanbeer, Grade 11 Applet

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"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give." The money that was collected in our 'Josh " from the Applets of January birthday month was used to buy tables. A helping hand was extended by distributing these tables to a school working on a construction site for the children of the labourers. These tables were of great help as it could be used by these children to rest for writing. The Axis Bank had given our Applets Kit Kat as a token of appreciation but they felt happy by giving the same to the children and sharing their part of joy by putting a smile on the faces of the children of Saksham school. We feel proud to state that one of our parent, Purvi Choksi is an active volunteer at this Sakhsham School.

"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give." The money that was collected in our 'Josh " from the Applets of January birthday month was used to buy tables. A helping hand was extended by distributing these tables to a school working on a construction site for the children of the labourers. These tables were of great help as it could be used by these children to rest for writing. The Axis Bank had given our Applets Kit Kat as a token of appreciation but they felt happy by giving the same to the children and sharing their part of joy by putting a smile on the faces of the children of Saksham school. We feel proud to state that one of our parent, Purvi Choksi is an active volunteer at this Sakhsham School.

"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give." The money that was collected in our 'Josh " from the Applets of January birthday month was used to buy tables. A helping hand was extended by distributing these tables to a school working on a construction site for the children of the labourers. These tables were of great help as it could be used by these children to rest for writing. The Axis Bank had given our Applets Kit Kat as a token of appreciation but they felt happy by giving the same to the children and sharing their part of joy by putting a smile on the faces of the children of Saksham school. We feel proud to state that one of our parent, Purvi Choksi is an active volunteer at this Sakhsham School.

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"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give." The money that was collected in our 'Josh " from the Applets of January birthday month was used to buy tables. A helping hand was extended by distributing these tables to a school working on a construction site for the children of the labourers. These tables were of great help as it could be used by these children to rest for writing. The Axis Bank had given our Applets Kit Kat as a token of appreciation but they felt happy by giving the same to the children and sharing their part of joy by putting a smile on the faces of the children of Saksham school. We feel proud to state that one of our parent, Purvi Choksi is an active volunteer at this Sakhsham School.

"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give." The money that was collected in our 'Josh " from the Applets of January birthday month was used to buy tables. A helping hand was extended by distributing these tables to a school working on a construction site for the children of the labourers. These tables were of great help as it could be used by these children to rest for writing. The Axis Bank had given our Applets Kit Kat as a token of appreciation but they felt happy by giving the same to the children and sharing their part of joy by putting a smile on the faces of the children of Saksham school. We feel proud to state that one of our parent, Purvi Choksi is an active volunteer at this Sakhsham School.

"We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give." The money that was collected in our 'Josh " from the Applets of January birthday month was used to buy tables. A helping hand was extended by distributing these tables to a school working on a construction site for the children of the labourers. These tables were of great help as it could be used by these children to rest for writing. The Axis Bank had given our Applets Kit Kat as a token of appreciation but they felt happy by giving the same to the children and sharing their part of joy by putting a smile on the faces of the children of Saksham school. We feel proud to state that one of our parent, Purvi Choksi is an active volunteer at this Sakhsham School.

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*JOSH Activity Report by Applets (Part -2) This is our interview with the nomad from Pali in Rajasthan. We met a nomad and his brother's family who were in the Sanand area just outside our school. They had a huge family with 10 people, six were kids and 4 were adults. They move from place to place with their small vehicle. They sell balloons for a living and usually earn about 1500 rupees altogether. They earn just enough money for a living day to day. The elder brother takes good care of his and his brother’s family and always provides them with food and water but smokes beedi a lot. They buy water from the hotels nearby or any tap available on the way. They have recently come from Botach and are going to Besraj. They once had a house in Pali till 2014 but it was demolished by the government in 2014 and they were dislocated along with other two to three lakh people. Since that time, they are homeless and have become nomads. But, they say they are satisfied with their lives and have accepted what they have. *They have even sacrificed their dreams.* They cannot even educate their children because they can’t live in one place. The government did not support them at all and did not let them build a house. They celebrate all festivals and buy a few crackers in Diwali and kites in uttarayan to their children. They can’t even have a bath everyday and they even eat food off the ground. Our suggestions to them were- 1) We suggested them not to smoke a packet of beedi every day as it costs around 25 rupees and it could cost him his life. He can buy biscuits or chocolates in 25 rupees instead of beedi. 2) We suggested them to try and build a hut in a slum so that they can stay in one place and educate their children. 3) We suggested them not to sacrifice their dreams cause if they try to achieve them they would surely succeed and their children would have a bright future. 4)We suggested them to use their money wisely and only on essential necessities like footwear, water, clothes and food. Written by Jaineet Singh Grade 8, Neel Gupta Grade 7 and Vardaan Panjabi Grade 5

*JOSH Activity Report by Applets (Part -2) This is our interview with the nomad from Pali in Rajasthan. We met a nomad and his brother's family who were in the Sanand area just outside our school. They had a huge family with 10 people, six were kids and 4 were adults. They move from place to place with their small vehicle. They sell balloons for a living and usually earn about 1500 rupees altogether. They earn just enough money for a living day to day. The elder brother takes good care of his and his brother’s family and always provides them with food and water but smokes beedi a lot. They buy water from the hotels nearby or any tap available on the way. They have recently come from Botach and are going to Besraj. They once had a house in Pali till 2014 but it was demolished by the government in 2014 and they were dislocated along with other two to three lakh people. Since that time, they are homeless and have become nomads. But, they say they are satisfied with their lives and have accepted what they have. *They have even sacrificed their dreams.* They cannot even educate their children because they can’t live in one place. The government did not support them at all and did not let them build a house. They celebrate all festivals and buy a few crackers in Diwali and kites in uttarayan to their children. They can’t even have a bath everyday and they even eat food off the ground. Our suggestions to them were- 1) We suggested them not to smoke a packet of beedi every day as it costs around 25 rupees and it could cost him his life. He can buy biscuits or chocolates in 25 rupees instead of beedi. 2) We suggested them to try and build a hut in a slum so that they can stay in one place and educate their children. 3) We suggested them not to sacrifice their dreams cause if they try to achieve them they would surely succeed and their children would have a bright future. 4)We suggested them to use their money wisely and only on essential necessities like footwear, water, clothes and food. Written by Jaineet Singh Grade 8, Neel Gupta Grade 7 and Vardaan Panjabi Grade 5

*JOSH Activity Report by Applets (Part -2) This is our interview with the nomad from Pali in Rajasthan. We met a nomad and his brother's family who were in the Sanand area just outside our school. They had a huge family with 10 people, six were kids and 4 were adults. They move from place to place with their small vehicle. They sell balloons for a living and usually earn about 1500 rupees altogether. They earn just enough money for a living day to day. The elder brother takes good care of his and his brother’s family and always provides them with food and water but smokes beedi a lot. They buy water from the hotels nearby or any tap available on the way. They have recently come from Botach and are going to Besraj. They once had a house in Pali till 2014 but it was demolished by the government in 2014 and they were dislocated along with other two to three lakh people. Since that time, they are homeless and have become nomads. But, they say they are satisfied with their lives and have accepted what they have. *They have even sacrificed their dreams.* They cannot even educate their children because they can’t live in one place. The government did not support them at all and did not let them build a house. They celebrate all festivals and buy a few crackers in Diwali and kites in uttarayan to their children. They can’t even have a bath everyday and they even eat food off the ground. Our suggestions to them were- 1) We suggested them not to smoke a packet of beedi every day as it costs around 25 rupees and it could cost him his life. He can buy biscuits or chocolates in 25 rupees instead of beedi. 2) We suggested them to try and build a hut in a slum so that they can stay in one place and educate their children. 3) We suggested them not to sacrifice their dreams cause if they try to achieve them they would surely succeed and their children would have a bright future. 4)We suggested them to use their money wisely and only on essential necessities like footwear, water, clothes and food. Written by Jaineet Singh Grade 8, Neel Gupta Grade 7 and Vardaan Panjabi Grade 5

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*JOSH Activity Report by Applets* On 10th January, we interviewed a few children from an underprivileged family to know about their lifestyle. They are currently living outside our school premises. They came here quite recently. We found out that they have very big families. Their families sell plastic chairs for a living. They get 100 to 200 rupees a day. They earn enough to fulfill their basic needs for the day. They were happy with whatever they had. They purchase the chairs from a shop. We saw the children playing with a few toy cars and they had made an interesting stone pathway(pic). They said they like to play football but are not privileged enough to purchase one. The children helped their parents everyday. They said that if they get an opportunity to go to school and study, they would do it happily. Unfortunately, they were unable to complete their schooling and did not even know how to write their own names. They did not even know their own age. Their family owned only one vehicle which they used for their work. They did not even have any aspirations for their future. They did not know about any celebrities or sports persons even though they had a TV set. Some of them did not even have footwear. Their feet were blistered and they did not even mind. We found out that they do not get the required support from the government to live in a decent, hygienic manner. *They did not have any dreams for a better future!* -By Aakarsh Batra, Atharwa Kulwal and Arihant Tomar

*JOSH Activity Report by Applets* On 10th January, we interviewed a few children from an underprivileged family to know about their lifestyle. They are currently living outside our school premises. They came here quite recently. We found out that they have very big families. Their families sell plastic chairs for a living. They get 100 to 200 rupees a day. They earn enough to fulfill their basic needs for the day. They were happy with whatever they had. They purchase the chairs from a shop. We saw the children playing with a few toy cars and they had made an interesting stone pathway(pic). They said they like to play football but are not privileged enough to purchase one. The children helped their parents everyday. They said that if they get an opportunity to go to school and study, they would do it happily. Unfortunately, they were unable to complete their schooling and did not even know how to write their own names. They did not even know their own age. Their family owned only one vehicle which they used for their work. They did not even have any aspirations for their future. They did not know about any celebrities or sports persons even though they had a TV set. Some of them did not even have footwear. Their feet were blistered and they did not even mind. We found out that they do not get the required support from the government to live in a decent, hygienic manner. *They did not have any dreams for a better future!* -By Aakarsh Batra, Atharwa Kulwal and Arihant Tomar

*JOSH Activity Report by Applets* On 10th January, we interviewed a few children from an underprivileged family to know about their lifestyle. They are currently living outside our school premises. They came here quite recently. We found out that they have very big families. Their families sell plastic chairs for a living. They get 100 to 200 rupees a day. They earn enough to fulfill their basic needs for the day. They were happy with whatever they had. They purchase the chairs from a shop. We saw the children playing with a few toy cars and they had made an interesting stone pathway(pic). They said they like to play football but are not privileged enough to purchase one. The children helped their parents everyday. They said that if they get an opportunity to go to school and study, they would do it happily. Unfortunately, they were unable to complete their schooling and did not even know how to write their own names. They did not even know their own age. Their family owned only one vehicle which they used for their work. They did not even have any aspirations for their future. They did not know about any celebrities or sports persons even though they had a TV set. Some of them did not even have footwear. Their feet were blistered and they did not even mind. We found out that they do not get the required support from the government to live in a decent, hygienic manner. *They did not have any dreams for a better future!* -By Aakarsh Batra, Atharwa Kulwal and Arihant Tomar

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Honouring the AGS tradition, on 24th December, a group of kind Applets, their enthusiastic parents and teachers, came together to distribute blankets among the underprivileged to celebrate the 'JOSH' initiative. The money collected from the Diwali mela and donations made by our Applets on their birthdays and special days, made it possible for the JOSH to donate more than 100 blankets and other necessities.

Honouring the AGS tradition, on 24th December, a group of kind Applets, their enthusiastic parents and teachers, came together to distribute blankets among the underprivileged to celebrate the 'JOSH' initiative. The money collected from the Diwali mela and donations made by our Applets on their birthdays and special days, made it possible for the JOSH to donate more than 100 blankets and other necessities.

Honouring the AGS tradition, on 24th December, a group of kind Applets, their enthusiastic parents and teachers, came together to distribute blankets among the underprivileged to celebrate the 'JOSH' initiative. The money collected from the Diwali mela and donations made by our Applets on their birthdays and special days, made it possible for the JOSH to donate more than 100 blankets and other necessities.

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The festival of lights is just around the corner and to light up the spark of this holy festival a Diwali Mela was held here at AGS campus to celebrate the joyous festival with the Applets Family. All the students and teachers along with parents were actively involved to make this celebration a success with gaiety and enthusiasm. Keeping up with the concept of Green School, we feel proud to highlight that most of the decoration was done with the old, torn and waste clothes which was collected and segregated by the students and stitched by the support staff. Many innovative DIY items were created to recycle the old into useful new items. Eat, shop, chill and enjoy the presence of happiness around was exactly needed to make the festive day a blessing for the AGS community. The money collected from the AGS stalls is given to JOSH (our social awareness initiative project). Diwali is a family celebration, AGS family takes pride to make the day full of merriment and laughter. Melodious music filled the air with the live orchestra set up by our young Applets. The Selfie Station thrilled the parents as they clicked pics with the props prepared by the students. The Art snd Craft Stall was eye-catching. The artistic talent of our Applets was really appreciated by one and all. The art pieces in the Art Exhibition and the Craft Stall sold off like hot cakes. It was amazing to see our young Applets working on the Charkha spinning thread to promote Khadi. Apart from these stalls there were many more stalls which proved to be full of fun and excitment. Our students and their parents had put up these stalls of yummy food items, fun games and exhibiting their products. Apple Global School wishes all our friends and AGS family a Happy and Safe Diwali. "Give our children a green and secure future. Say NO to fireworks"

JOSH- AGS organised a Flea Market and collected money for JOSH! A collection drive was held by our Applets at school; they collected old clothes and other items that are in good condition. A sale of these garments was organised at school on the 13th October for our support staff. And on Sunday, 21st, they set up a shop of second-hand goods in the Sunday Market under Ellisbridge. The money received from these endeavours will be utilised for social cause under JOSH.

JOSH- AGS organised a Flea Market and collected money for JOSH! A collection drive was held by our Applets at school; they collected old clothes and other items that are in good condition. A sale of these garments was organised at school on the 13th October for our support staff. And on Sunday, 21st, they set up a shop of second-hand goods in the Sunday Market under Ellisbridge. The money received from these endeavours will be utilised for social cause under JOSH.

JOSH- AGS organised a Flea Market and collected money for JOSH! A collection drive was held by our Applets at school; they collected old clothes and other items that are in good condition. A sale of these garments was organised at school on the 13th October for our support staff. And on Sunday, 21st, they set up a shop of second-hand goods in the Sunday Market under Ellisbridge. The money received from these endeavours will be utilised for social cause under JOSH.

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