Intra class English Declamation conducted in SSIS, Bhota on the topic " Father of Indian Constitution." Class VI to X participated in this declamation. The result is as follows." 1st Positions are:
Class 6- Upanshu and Sujal Class 7- Samiksha Class 8- Abhisaar Class 10- Gitanjali.

Our planet is an amazing place, but it needs our help to thrive! Earth Day was celebrated with great zeal and zest on 22 April 2024 by the students of Seven Star International School, Bhota . To create awareness about protecting our planet and to help the learners foster an empathetic relationship with it, the students were enlightened about the importance of the 3Rs i.e. reduces, reuse, and recycle which aid in preserving the environment. A melange of class-wise activities was organized for the young Sevenstarian, which are enlisted below: To kindle the spirit of sustainable development, the learners of kindergarten come in green attire. Activity room was decorated with green balloon. Grade I & II enthusiastically participated in the ' Show and Tell' activity in which they made creative and innovative models and art items like paper and cloth bags, decorative items, piggy banks, photo frames, etc. using different reusable and recyclable materials like newspaper, shoe boxes, bangles, popsicle sticks, plastic bottles, egg cartons, etc. The students of Class III, IV and V participated in an engaging activity that combined two important aspects of environmental awareness: cleanliness and sustainable practices. The activity aimed to instill in young minds the importance of keeping their surroundings clean and protecting the environment. The students also actively participated in a cleanliness drive and learned to make paper bags and bird nests. Holding high the idea ‘Cleanliness is next to Godliness’ and evoking a sense of responsibility to protect our heavenly planet Earth, a cleanliness drive was undertaken by the students of Classes VI, VII, VIII IX, and X. Their enthusiasm could be seen in the gleam in their eyes and the grins on their faces. During the cleanliness drive, they were encouraged to identify and collect different types of waste, such as plastic bottles, wrappers, and paper scraps. In addition, they learned about the harmful effects of littering on the environment. It is rightly said, "To plant a garden is to believe in a better tomorrow." The students of Class VIII conducted the assembly expressed their views on 'Endangered Species', raising concerns about the extinction of many species. They enthusiastically participated in the activity and confidently presented their viewpoints in front of the entire school. The entire school looked like a glimpse of paradise.