Project Day

Math Enigma To combat the drastic effects of climate change, students made a model of a sustainable city with affordable and clean solar energy, solar-powered windmills, and solar cars. They also created a working model of an air pollution prevention system, presented ways to reduce air pollution, and
made a rainwater harvesting system to generate electricity.
There was a working model of a drinking water treatment plant and a low-cost emergency water treatment plant. A food pyramid was presented for good health and well-being.
Students presented a research-based project on outer and inner sanitation by using ablution water carefully. Students aimed to end hunger and ensure access to safe, nutritious, and sufficient food through crop rotation and to avoid food waste.
Students also brought up the idea of seed bombing, kitchen gardens using compost, vertical gardens where they had grown garlic, onion and ginger using old bottles.
Students created Islamic geometric art designs, polygons, low-cost working calculators, abacuses, sundials, and other learning tools. Some students made organic cosmetics, cakes, tarts, and kebabs
from fruit and vegetable peels.
Different craft ideas like wall-hanging, organizers with newspaper and cardboard, basket from plastic bottles, clips and hair bands from toothpaste tube, Grocery bag out of old jeans, door mats from old
clothes, table mats from jute, Sofa cushions from old T- shirts. Kitchen gloves from old towel. They made decoration pieces and sceneries from sea shells and pistachio shells.
Students of grade VII remained the limelight of the day as they promoted blood donation for Thalassemia and created awareness about health and well-being.
The exhibition was a great success, and visitors from Mama Parsi School, Hira Foundation School, and mothers appreciated the theme-based projects