A group of 50 students visited the flood affected houses, as a part of ISA activity, to acquire information about how they managed to survive  the havoc they faced in 2018 and to get  awareness about the aftermath of natural disasters. They interacted with the flood affected people and they shared their sorrows, loss and difficulties that they experienced.  The children empathised with the affected people and were made aware of the difficulties the people faced during the flood .It was a didactic experience for the children to closely associate with the flood victims. Based on the information collected, the students presented a Street play –BUILD BACK BETTER. 30 students actively participated in the street play. The children came up with the script and the teachers just modified it for the realist touch .They practised for a week and presented before the whole school. It was highly appreciated by all. Many were touched by the presentation .The children enjoyed the brainstorming sessions, practise and team work .It was amazing to see their creative ideas taken form.

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  1. Lathika C P January 7, 2020 at 7:53 am

    Students should have empathy and they should extend their helping hands to the needy. Viswajyothi school promotes such activities following the principles of St. Kuriakose Elias Chavara. There are outreach programmes where students, the Principal and the teachers use to visit the needy people. The best attitude!

  2. Kavitha Koshy February 7, 2020 at 4:43 pm

    We had a bad experience of floods in Kuwait.

  3. Anju February 11, 2020 at 1:56 am

    Great job…the potential destructive effects of a natural disaster on the lives and livelihoods of individuals and the community is clearly depicted . Learnings from such activities help them to grow as responsible members of the society.

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