Let us learn to Plant a Plant and Fall in Love

Making a good citizen … that’s what a school is supposed to help in. Here’s one school trying to



Believing in an overall development of its students, The Millennium School, HMEL Bathinda explores beyond books. The school also believes that school education cannot be limited to just classes, it has to come out of the boundaries of a class to help students to stay limitless.

To help children realize the importance of trees and plants, thus leading them towards being conscious citizens helping in conservation of Mother nature, the school let tiny tots out in the school lawns. They indulged in a day their teachers called ‘Let us Plant’ when they interacted with the school gardener. With enthusiasm high on both the sides, it was sight watching the duo interact. The gardener taught them the steps of planting a sapling, porting a plant. They also discussed about ways to care for their plants.

The activity let the kids be out under the open sky, enjoy sunlight during the chills, learn a bit more about plants and be free.


Source: The Millennium School, HMEL Bathinda



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