"Small acts when multiplied by millions of people, can transform the world" - Howard Zinn
As part of the Earth Day Celebrations, Pacific World School organised ‘Vriksharopan Samaroh’, to help our students make friends with trees and plants. Students along with the Chairperson Ms Santosh Bansal, Pro-Vice Chairperson Ms Nidhi Bansal and Principal, Ms Pooja Bose planted saplings. The initiative is part of our attempt to make the planet greener and healthier
Pacific World School in association with Isha Foundation's ‘SAVE SOIL’ movement that has now spread across over 27 countries conducted a campaign. Mr. Vatsal and Ms. Florina, associate members of ‘SAVE SOIL’ campaign, highlighted the issue of soil degradation with a striking video. They also urged the students to write a letter to the Prime Minister to take this movement forward. The students also made posters, wrote poems, and engaged in farming and save soil dance to connect more intimately with the campaign. We hope this initiative will help create responsible future citizens who care for nature and all life on our planet.
A week of Caring to Share- There is no better joy than seeing a smile on someone’s face. Behind every skyscraper are slums mushrooming. We, who live in a world of affluence, can perhaps share what we have in plenty with those who dream to have these things! During the week preceding Diwali, students of Pacific World School collected books, clothes, stationery items, biscuits, chocolates and other packed food items and donated them to their lesser privileged friends
Pacific World School, in association with AFS, conducted a community service initiative to celebrate Active Global Citizens on Friday, 28th April, 2023. The student volunteers of classes VIII & IX visited Light De Literacy, an underprivileged school, and spent quality time with the children there. Pacificans taught the children how to draw the map of India, and conducted a talent show that included dancing and singing. They also guided them on personal hygiene, and distributed books, notebooks, stationery and clothes. We are hopeful and certain that through such activities, social exclusion will be a thing of the past when this generation grows up.
A Paper Recycling Plant has also been set up within the school premises where Pacificians recycle the waste paper and make greeting cards, folders, bookmarkers, gift tags etc.