From the 11th to the 14th of September, the students of The Gaudium School participated in making the annual Clay Ganesh idols. This activity culminated in a grand sale on the 15th of September. A lot of our parents supported their children in making this event a tremendous achievement.
This activity was more than just a creative venture, it was a powerful testament of our dedication to environmental conservation and sustainable development. By making Ganesh idols from clay, we upheld our Gaudium school’s pillars of stakeholder engagement which include responsibility, creativity, and community engagement.
For our students, participating in this event had  many significant benefits. They honed their fine motor skills, nurtured their artistic talents, and developed a profound appreciation for nature. Above all, they absorbed the critical lesson of sustainable practices, knowledge that will serve them well in the future.
Beyond the beautifully crafted Ganesh idols, our students carried with them a sense of accomplishment, a deeper understanding of their role in environmental conservation, and the conviction that their creativity can be a force for positive change.
The Gaudium School extends its heartfelt gratitude to all the stakeholders who participated in making this event a monumental success.
Together, we continue to make a difference, celebrating art, culture, and sustainability in the true spirit of our school.