Congratulations to all students!
The biggest question that looms large on the minds of parents is that of selecting a senior secondary School, where their child can study for twelve long years giving him/her a strong foundation for the rest of his/her future life.
What is it that the parents look for in a Senior Secondary School, apart from its Campus and infrastructure, is the initiatives taken by the school in various fields like the school’s approach to learning, selection of the Board Of Education, Methodology, implementation, Activities and Sports and the efforts of the school in nurturing the child emotionally in a positive and conducive environment for the continuous process of learning which helps the child to be responsible, confident, self-reliant and become ready for the future.
A Senior Secondary School is a place, where the child grows up thinking and learning, which becomes an integral part of the child’s overall personality in his later years.
Hence, it is one of the most important factors that the school must keep at its hub of all its activities and processes and be accountable for the same in shaping not only the future of the child, as a student of a particular school but, also the future of the country.
At Shemford Senior Secondary Schools, we believe every child is unique and every effort of ours is trained at bringing out the best in every student and help them shine not only as Shemford stars but shine as the glorious future of our country. The Shemford School is a fast growing chain of Senior Secondary Schools that has its rock solid foundation in Shemrock group of preschools. Shemrock – a chain of preschools spread across India and abroad, is a 20 year old institution, managed by visionary educationists who are a pioneer in the field of education. The first to bring the concept of Preschool Education in India, the Shem Group has since then been growing exponentially, while still maintaining its legacy of imparting quality education to young minds.
To know more about Shemford Senior Secondary Schools & Shemrock Preschools, please visit our official sites: www.shemford.com , www.shemrock.com
These Nursery Rhymes, along with developing listening and speaking skills, give expression to a child’s feelings and various emotions. We, at Shemrock, understand the child’s volatility and so introduce him/her to a wide-range of audio-visual methods to channelize their untapped energy and cater to their sound upbringing.
Going forward with this concept in mind, we have many Online Nursery Rhymes, developed in house by Shemrock’s Research & Development Department. These online Nursery Rhymes are thoughtfully selected from all walks of life and updated constantly on our corporate website (http://www.shemrock.com/list-of-nursery-rhymes.htm). While selecting these online nursery rhymes, the team not severing from the conventional or traditional adorns the modern and innovative ideas also. Our endeavor at Shemrock is to give you a gamut of engaging, fun-filled, educative, online Nursery Rhymes with their lyrics and tunes in order to help you spend quality time with your young, fertile little bud.
To access Free Online Nursery Rhymes, please visit Shemrock Play School site at: http://www.shemrock.com/
An easy choice would be to go in for an established school which meets your approval and a difficult choice would be to find a school which enables its pupils to look beyond the boundaries and want & also let its pupils personalities to become as unique as their Thumbprints.
The following checklist may come handy:
1. A school with a vision.
2. A school which aims focuses and provides learning opportunities for an overall growth and development of its pupils while retaining their individual essence.
3. A school which attaches equal importance to curricular and co-curricular activities and balances the two through a well planned programme to be followed through out the year.
4. A school with qualified, experienced and dedicated teaching staff which encourages its pupils to question explore and think for new answers.
5. A school which has the requisite infrastructure to meet the aims and objectives of the school.
6. A school which maintains good student-teacher ratio.
7. A school which is forthcoming in sharing its pupils progress with their parents at regular intervals.
8. A school which has counselling and guidance services / programmes for its students and their parents.
9. A school which instils high self-esteem in its pupils and respect for one's cultural and moral values.
10. A school which dutifully aims for giving responsible, committed and patriotic citizens and leaders of tomorrow.
One may also take into account other features of the school, like it's location , transport facilities offered, hygiene standards observed in matters of health, sanitation and drinking water ,ventilation , natural light & size of the classroom, play ground / play area ,strength of support staff, safety and security measures undertaken.
You make your own checklist according to your expectations and priorities. More over, if possible try meeting the other students, their parents and the teachers of the school of your choice.
All the best parents! We hope you make the right choice. Please visit Shemrock Play School:- http://www.shemrock.com
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IIT Guwahati, IIT Kanpur, IIT Roorkee, IIT Bombay. The Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Examination 2010 Results has published on 26 May 2010. Student can check please easily please click below site:
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So on 20 May 2010 Steven and Tiwonge will be sentenced on charges which are deemed 'against the order of nature'.
It's shocking to think that this extreme form of homophobia still goes on in the world, but this is the law in Malawi. I'm urging everybody, worldwide to show your support, audibly, visually and in which ever capacity you can to these two men. We need to make our voices heard!
Steven and Tiwonge, my thoughts are with you.
for those of you in Cape Town on the 20th May, there will be a protest held in Barracks Street, in town at 12:00.
So today is International Anti-Homophobia Day!
I have posted a story below (How Crazy Is This) about a scenario that happened a few years ago! It pretty much portrays the ignorance still out there when it comes to Homophobia in our Country and the world.
On that note, I want to thank you guys, RS and Henko for your replies on my last post. RS, I fully agree with you that education is the key. As I said once in a radio interview, Homophobia is a fear. People fear what they don't kno,. so unless they are educated, they will continue to fear. It is up to every one of us to educate our brothers and sisters. Show them that being gay is NOT a threat to them.
Henko, most certainly it takes time, and as you say, a lot of it! So yea, as Gandhi once said, Be the change that you want to see. Change starts with ME!
On this day, remember our brothers and sisters who might not have it as easy as we do. Those in African Countries and around the world where Homosexuality is still TABOO! Think of them and remember where we come from. I see a future where we are not judged by our Sexuality but by our Character. Most importantly, as a Wise Teacher once said:
LOVE YOUR NEIGHBOR AS YOURSELF, AND DO UNTO OTHERS AS YOU WOULD HAVE DONE UNTO YOU!
Love to you all!
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Here is an interesting topic. one of my Facebook friends sent me this scenario that he is faced with in his country.
The question i want to ask you guys is this: How does changing laws really affect people? How does it affect you and I, the everyday person on the street. Take a read and give me your thoughts! Enjoy!
I dont know if you are aware of it but here in India we as homosexuals lead a taboo life...
Last year on 2nd july, Homosexuality was decriminalised by the Delhi high court, we celebrated, partied, cherished.
We have gay parties in every major city across the country every week.
We evn have big queer parade every year in every major city again.
Recently Mumbai hosted a very big event. An international queer film festival. Thy hosted nd projected more than 50 movies with varied subject, languages, country..but the same theme of Homosexuality. A big success.
But how wuld it change the life for a common individual like me?
For me i still cant hold hands in public. There are individuals brutally burned, subdued, killed for their sexuality.
Here public perceive homosexuals as demons, omen, badluck, embarassment, joke, insult, etc etc.
India is collectively made of Thousands of villages, hundreds of languages, hundreds of religions, divided in caste, creed, sect, status and power. And evn u wont deny that there is an obvious possibility that there are lakhs of my brothers who are still in closet or forced to stay in them for the sake of their lives.
How are we planning to reach them through expensive snobbish, arrogant, fake, dirty, sexually dominated meaningless parties??
Or international film festivals where entry is strictly through registration. Who attends them? You know right..higher class of intellectuals, rich social thinkers?
.We are sucking in every plan.
And i wonder why nobody wants to think real and out of the box...parties, parades, films, etc thy hav only gay crowd attending it...do we have to target them or the common hetero homophobic or homoillitrate man?
So Patrick and I have been back from the Pink Loerie festival in Knysna for two weeks now and i have to congratulate Coenie Kukkuk and his incredible team (as well as the Council of Knysna who make this possible every year) for an amazing Festival! It was my first Pink Loerie and boy did we have a great Time! We barely got there and i went right into interviews with the contestants for the Mt Mardi Gras Competition which was held on the Friday evening at Zanzibar.
The evening went real smooth and i am proud to say that we have our first two entries in the Mr Gay South Africa 2010 Competition. Congrats to the winner of Mr Mardi Gras, Dustin Carr, and also his runner up, Mr Ledgends, Karl Heinz Michel. I look forward to seeing your progress in the Mr Gay South Africa competition. Good luck to both of you!
I also want to thank the organisers, esp John-Louis for the incredible accomodation they arranged for Patrick and I at the Beautiful Alexander Guest House. Situated on the Knysna Heads, this gem offers
incredible views and a peaceful, serene break away from the hustle and bustle! Thanks to Wayne and his awesome staff for making us feel at home, away from home! and by the way, we LOVE the Honeymoon suite......
So this is also my last week at Cafe M and the beginning of a new chapter in my life. In two weeks time ill be heading to Jozi and starting on a few projects that i have had in mind, which include a fundraiser and also an up and coming book!But more on these later!
I'll also be heading to New York City at the end of June for the NYC Pride, so all you guys in USA, ill be seeing you all real soon! Also on the agenda are other trips around Europe, including EuroPride, and especially the Cologne Gay Games which i look forward to!
for those of you in Cape Toen this week, Patrick and i will be having our going away party at the lovely Beefcakes in Green Point, so come on over for a cocktail or two and we can say farewell in true Cape Town style!!!
until then, ciao!
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During a spectacular event, the LGBT community has taken a step forward and launched the ‘LGBT Network Namibia’ on Saturday the 24th, to create a platform for Namibians with a unconventional sexual orientation to come together and unite with a common goal of Equality For All. LGBT Network – Namibia, stands for the proposition that all people are created equal and worthy of the same rights to freedom, liberty, and equality.
After registration the event started when the guests boarded the chartered catamarans and left from Walvis Bay Harbour. The journey carried the guests through a special interaction with the marine life towards its remote and isolated destination. Here guests was surprised by the beautiful white marquee tent dressed to impress with the rainbow flags proudly on display.
Guests were honoured by the speech of Mr Gay World, Charl van den Berg. His words touched the hearts of everyone present. It finally became clear that Namibia is starting to set the pace for Africa which clearly exited Charl.
The board accompanied Charl on a quad bike tour on his day of departure and so cemented a lifelong friendship. This was a big step while even bigger steps will follow. But with support from all over the world it will only be successful.
The delicious BBG was served buffet style and the guest was undoubtedly starting to enjoy themselves as they relaxed with glasses of wine.
The organisers are very thankful for the multitude of sponsors that has given so wholeheartedly. Without them, it is clear that this day would not have been as successful.
Chris De Villiers (Event Organiser)