Oakridge International School wore a festive air as the school celebrated it’s 5th Founder’s Day. The cultural evening started with the blessings of the Goddess saraswati followed by a live band performance. Later, students also showcased the adaptation of The Blue Umbrella by Ruskin Bond and the adaptation of a Japanese Folk tale The Mountain that ate People. The children showcased the conflict of human emotions and thoughts and how good thinking can lead to a better community. They also took up the issue of respecting and honoring the old and elderly.Shomie Das, Chairman People Combine Educational was also present at the moment .He complimented the school for grooming children for the 21st Century but ensuring that they are curious, compassionate, communicators and above all inquirers. Nagaprasad Tummala , Chairman People Combine group and the Founder of the school appreciated the show presented by the children.
The Chief Guest of the event Padma Shri awardee Dr Amod Gupta highlighted the fact that even in premier institutes like the PGI, the doctors who come are lacking in curiosity as in traditional schools this is not highlighted. He appreciated School for encouraging the holistic learning and building up their ability to question and thus have deeper learning. The Principal’s Annual Report highlighted the achievement of the students be it in academics & in sports at state & National level. The Art exhibition on the sidelines also was eye catching for the parents due to creativity of the students. It exhibited the beautifully painted canvases that revealed, the true art- an assortment of hued emotions. The Principal of the School Ramanjit Ghuman said that the school believes in holistic learning and is a trailblazer in implementing International curriculum.