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"Be so good that they can't ignore you."- Steve Martin.

That is what our 4th graders have done and we are awe-struck. Ad-Mad show was a literary event where students prepared an advertisement. They used their thinking skills, creativity and other elements like jingles, background music, posters, elements of drama, etc while creating ads. The students were highly enthusiastic and performed brilliantly.

Varssha Tulshiyani
HRT Grade 4 Mettle
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Students of Grade 12 visited Breadliner Factory- Surat to understand Supply Chain Management & Logistics and experienced different stages of production of various products. Students also observed partial process of fermentation.

Pooja More
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G1 Poetry Recitation- Literary event was organized to give students an opportunity to exhibit their talent and confidence. Learners chose a variety of topics like nature, bullying, self identity, mother, teacher, junk food, homework, etc. and enjoyed the beauty of expression, thoughts, feeling, and rhythm by reciting poems.

Evelyn Jones & Megha Chhatiawala
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Fountainhead School
Fountainhead SchoolJanuary 16, 2018 at 9:12am
#Happening@FS!

"Be so good that they can't ignore you."- Steve Martin.

That is what our 4th graders have done and we are awe-struck. Ad-Mad show was a literary event where students prepared an advertisement. They used their thinking skills, creativity and other elements like jingles, background music, posters, elements of drama, etc while creating ads. The students were highly enthusiastic and performed brilliantly.

Varssha Tulshiyani
HRT Grade 4 Mettle
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Fountainhead School
Fountainhead SchoolJanuary 16, 2018 at 8:52am
#Happening@FS!

Students of Grade 12 visited Breadliner Factory- Surat to understand Supply Chain Management & Logistics and experienced different stages of production of various products. Students also observed partial process of fermentation.

Pooja More
Humanities Team
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Fountainhead School
Fountainhead SchoolJanuary 15, 2018 at 1:25pm
#Happening@FS!

G1 Poetry Recitation- Literary event was organized to give students an opportunity to exhibit their talent and confidence. Learners chose a variety of topics like nature, bullying, self identity, mother, teacher, junk food, homework, etc. Learners enjoyed the beauty of expression, thoughts, feeling, and rhythm by reciting poems.

Evelyn Jones & Megha Chhatiawala
G 1 Team
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Fountainhead School
Fountainhead SchoolJanuary 15, 2018 at 9:11am
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Makers(AS) students of G7- 9 visited NID(National institute of Design) and CEPT(Center for Environment Planning and Technology) at Ahmedabad.
Students saw the big picture of application and usage of Makers in industry and academics. At NID, students learnt about different labs related to Design concept.

Manish Tiwari
Arts Special Team.
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Fountainhead School
Fountainhead SchoolJanuary 11, 2018 at 12:14pm
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Grade 9 students were shown the actual business plan of Fountainhead School made in 2004 to give an insight in Business Planning as part of Enterprise studies. Students were enlightened to the fact that small shops and small businesses can start without a business plan.

Pooja More
Humanities Team
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