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\" The festival of Navratri comes with a promise of nine days filled with fun, frolic and dance all around \" Read more. . . .
Artistic expression is creativity in its purest form. It’s the natural activity to nurture a child’s Read more. . . .
\"If a country is to be corruption free and become a nation of beautiful minds, I strongly feel there are three key societal members who can make a difference. They are the father, the mother and the Teacher\" Read more. . . .
‘’Whatever the game may be, be a sport! The National Sports Day was celebrated at Centre Point School International Read more. . . .
The official ceremony of conferring titles and investing powers to the members of the school council was organized at the Investiture Ceremony on 17th July,2022 at Centre Point School International with great pomp and dignity.
With the completion of the novel The Cat in the Hat, our young learners of grade 1 bid adieu to the characters of the story and celebrated their new found love for reading with a Cat in the Hat Activity Day on Friday, 7th October
An inter school craft competition \" Kalakruti\" was organized by Prerana International School, Nagpur. The aim was to provide a platform to the budding artists to bring out their creativity. Read more. . . .
Let money not be your master.Live life as you wish to live it not the way others want you to live Read more. . . .
‘Magic Day’ was conducted for the learners of Grade 4 on 24th September,2022 at Centre Point School International. It was based on their literature book ‘Matilda’. Matilda, the lead protagonist of the story discovers
The official ceremony of conferring titles and investing powers to the members of the school council was organized at the Investiture Ceremony on 17th July 22 at Centre Point School International with great pomp and dignity.
A Slumber Party was conducted for the learners of grade 2 on Saturday, 24.09.2022 at Centre Point School International.The event was held to mark the end of the novel ‘The Owl who was Afraid of the Dark’. Read more. . . .