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We at The Sanskaar Valley School strongly belive that children and nature go together. Recent studies document the importance of introducing children to the natural world, beginning in the early years. Their social, emotional, and physical health depends on this exposure to develop. Humans are hardwired to need nature—because we are part of it. 

Nature instills in everyone a sense of beauty and calmness. It exposes us to things that are alive and growing and promotes curiosity and exploration. 

Teaching kids to have compassion and empathy for their furry featheres and finned friends is vital for preventing cruelty to animals as well as in raising them to respect and treat those who are different from them with kindness. According to studies “children trained to extend justice, kindness and mercy to animals become more just, kind and considerate in their relations to each other. Character training along these lines will result in men and women of broader sympathies, more humane, more law abiding in every respect and valuable citizens.”

The Eco Warriors take up various activities which help make us into a more environment sensitive beings. Some of them are:

  • Field trips to Van Ropini to know about the importance of various indigenous flora species on human life.
  • Trip to rose garden to understand the process of vermi-composting.
  • Creating Plastic free zone in and around school.
  • Signature campaigns.
  • Tree plantation and awareness drive through field trips and solo time.
  • Setting up of herbal garden in school.
  • Cleanliness campaigns in campus.
  • Setting up and maintaining different garden areas and lawns in school.
  • Earth day awareness campaigns through concerts, street plays, signature campaigns and candle march.
  • Holding awareness campaigns in different schools to sensitize fellow kids.
  • Compassion programs through visiting dog shelters, holding symposiums where ngo’s involved in animal rescue interact with children, adoption for homeless Indian dogs, donating food, medicines, and utility items to animal rescue centres
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There can never be too much nature. It is the antidote to the fast-paced, stressful world in which many young children live. Equally important, it encourages an appreciation of the natural world on which we depend. As a school, it is our job to help children connect with nature in as many ways as possible. Over the years we have seen the numerous benefits from this relationship. The primary benefit is that our children have become better observers and feel more connected to the outdoors. We have also witnessed children with short attention span tend to focus for extended periods of time when exposed to the natural world.