Roots IVY signs agreement with Goethe Institute
Roots Millennium Schools – RMS, Islamabad celebrated Annual Parents Day 2017 with great enthusiasm here at Jinnah Convention Centre, Islamabad says a Press Release. Annual Parents Day is the day for parents in which their children come up with beautiful and enchanting surprises for them. For this touching event, the theme which was adopted throughout the performances was “Sustainable Development Goals SDGs 2030”. The theme of the event encouraged students to participate in collaboration with full enthusiasm and create change personally, socially and politically on local, national and global levels.
Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Ms. Maryam Aurangzeb graced this auspicious occasion as Chief Guest. After National Anthem of Pakistan, Qirat and patriotic Speech from the Chief Executive RMS Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq TI, the audience took a virtual tour of the Roots Millennium Schools, Pakistan.
Students of Montessori till Grade VII of Roots Millennium Schools presented 17 Sustainable Development Goals, that was a spectacular. Magnificent Pakistan in a glimpse was depicted in a Medley Performance on “Pakistan Cultural Performance depicting all four provinces Punjab, Sindh, Khyber, Pukhtoonkhwa, Baluchistan” by the young Millennials. Through students’ presentations it was conveyed that how important it is to preserve clean water, avoid industrial pollution and overall how this world can be taken care of with different colorful performances which was no doubt astounding.
Meanwhile, Roots IVY consolidated its 9 year partnership with Goethe Institute Germany in an elegant ceremony at the Roots IVY Riverview campus. Since 2009,subsequent to a formal MoU, Roots IVY International Schools and Goethe Institute have been working as partners for offering the German language program under the PASCH network. IVY students have ardently engaged in the German Language Program as well as the Roots IVY German Cultural Club. Mr. Stefan Winkler, Director Goethe-Institut Pakistan and Mr Olav Schroeer, Regional Project Manager PASCH, SouthAsia, Goethe-Institut New Delhi were the guests of honour at the ceremony to officiate the signing of the Agreement between Roots IVY international Schools Network and Goethe Institute. Other distinguished guests Maha Jafarey, PASCH Coordinator for Karachi & Islamabad, NaurinZaki, PASCH Coordinator For Lahore and Peshawar &IrfanSamad Khan, Head of the Language Department, Goethe-Institut Pakistan also attended the event.
The vibrant program was a depiction of the true essence of the IVY German Cultural Club. Students rendered a mesmerizing performance on an age old song about coconuts, the tune to which every child in Germany is familiar with. The well-choreographed Bavarian dance of the IBPYP students was like watching the butterflies take over the stage with their dazzling display of vibrant enthusiasm. Many students took the podium to narrate personal experiences of how the German Language program at IVY has personally inspired them and imparted them with a multicultural perspective.