Dear J. H. Taraporeans, Take some of your precious time out from your busy schedule, to pen down some thoughts, memories, moments that leave you nostalgic, lessons learnt from this COVID period, appreciation for people whom you often forget or any anecdotes that you can share from your experiences . It will surely motivate your juniors and add colour to the e-magazine that is due to be published.
Dear Children, This Pandemic has taught us many lessons. One among them is that man proposes and God disposes. But he does it with an aim to teach us to face life’s challenges and build strategies to combat every challenge that comes our way. On this special day that has twin celebration, we wish each one of you a Happy Children’s day a very Happy and safe Diwali. May this festival of light spread light of joy, good health and cheer in all your homes and erase all darkness just as all of bring in light of joy in the lives of all the teachers . We cherish every moment spent with all of you and are waiting eagerly for school to start. Let not this pandemic undermine your potentials and capabilities. Keep the light, fervor, enthusiasm always lighted and alive. May God shower his choicest blessings on every child. Stay safe, stay in good health
He who works with his
handa and head is a craftsman.
He who works with his
hands, head and heart is an artist.’
The Primary Department of J.H.Tarapore School had organized their Annual Craft Exhibition ‘CRAFFITI’ on 13th January, 2020. Mrs. Rubina Bodhanwala, Managing Trustee, Tarapore Schools was the chief guest for this event.
The Art Club
showcased their talent with the exotic display of paintings, handicrafts,
items, some of which were sold for charity.
provided a platform to the students to enhance their artistic ability and fine
motor skills. It also gave a boost to their self esteem and promoted innovation
Art and Craft plays
an important role in building team spirit, confidence and helps to respect each
China Town by Std.
III showed a marvelous display of the ‘Great Wall of China’, ‘The Grand
Dragon’, its Flora and Fauna and the Chinese culture.
The wonderful land of Brazil by the Std. IV students portrayed the famous carnival, the popular soccer sport and its artifacts. The Amazon Basin and attempts to conserve it, was expressed in the form of a spectacular model.
The display of
African paintings, personalities and handicraft items by the students of Std. V
was an eye opener of the unique culture of the people of the land.
The Junior Primary
sections put in their efforts through their amazing display of ‘Life under
water’ and the beautiful ‘Animal Kingdom’. Messages on how to conserve animals
was witnessed throughout their creations.
The creativity of the
students left the audience spellbound.
We at J. H. Tarapore School are always looking for ways and means to achieve all round development of our students. Educational field trip is an effective way for enabling this. In this pursuit, the Science Club of our school arranged a trip to the National Metallurgical Laboratory on 7th December, 2018 for the science students of Std. XI. The students were cordially received by the NML team and a detailed description was given about the various segments of the Laboratory. The students had a great opportunity to enhance their knowledge about the latest technology in the field of science. The NML team guided the students about the enriching career in research and development.
J. H. Tarapore School will be participating actively in the 10th Jamshedpur JoyFest 2018(Donate for Dignity) so we request all our partners and stakeholders to come forward and donate generously. As we all move towards the festive season, lets all take up an initiative to light up the lives of all those who are not so privileged as us.
Hence come one come all and participate in the JoyFest and feel the joy of giving. Please find the details in the poster below.
A child may choose under any two categories to donate things listed in the poster below.
Please make sure that under the Ann-Daan category the quantity should be minimum half a kg of pulses, rice, flour etc. and/or two packets of biscuits.