by BIS correspondent
NERUL-MUMBAI, DECEMBER 30, 2013: Value Education Program on "Duty To Protect Wildlife" was conducted by class I B students on 19th December, 2013 at Don Bosco Senior Secondary School, Nerul. The students were trained by their class teacher Mrs. Mariamma Alex (Shiny) under the guidance of the Supervisor Mrs Adarsh Gupta.
Out of 33 students, 30 of them participated in the program. The Value Education Program began with a school prayer followed by the School Anthem. The program included a powerpoint presentation, a dance on animals, a skit and then a video.
The aim in presenting this program was to enable the children learn to respect all forms of life. As we all know one of the most pressing problem of our times is environmental degradation. The rapid deforestation has resulted in the loss of thousands of species and the extinction of quite a few others.
The class was able to put up a good show because of their hard work and persistence. The Principal commented on the class performance and appreciated the anchors. Rev.Fr. Bonnie spoke about how to care for pets as well as wild animals.
The programme concluded with valuable instructions from the Principal Father Anthony followed by the National Anthem.