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Ideal Indian School celebrated World Environment Day on June 5th conducting various events through virtual platform portraying UNEP theme, ‘Ecosystem Restoration.’ The students of Kindergarten, Junior, Boys and Girls sections actively participated and expressed their care and concern for the environment through artistic talents.

To mark the occasion, various competitions were conducted including online poster making, digital painting, essay and poem writing mainly focusing on conserving biodiversity.

The tiny tots of KG section were encouraged to take part in activities that promote Environmental protection including show-and-tell and making wonderful wall hangings of the Earth. In the Junior Section, Students watched short videos that spread awareness about saving electricity and water, using reusable bags, saving natural resources, growing more trees and their importance etc. A drawing competition on the topic ‘save trees save environment and restoration of ecosystem’ was also held.


Ideal Indian School celebrated Qatar Cultural Week- “AHLAN QATAR” from 23rd to 27th May 2021 with the aim of  creating awareness among students about Qatar’s rich culture, traditions and heritage and also reinforcing national identity.

Various activities were conducted in all sections on virtual platform throughout week. In the Junior section, students dressed in the colours of Qatar National Flag and in the traditional Qatari dresses during the week. An elocution competition was held both in English and Arabic languages. Poster making, Video presentation on Qatar’s rich culture, traditions and heritage, Singing Qatar National Anthem,  Arabic folk songs and dances were also conducted.

In the senior classes Department of social Science coordinated the programme where student visual presentation on Festivals in Qatar, FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022-  a curtain riser etc. and also how Qatar stood strongly against the Pandemic and brought back to lead a normal life. The day marked the enthusiasm and exuberance of the students in celebrating ‘AHLAN QATAR’