Play & Recreation
Recreation is important for an array of reasons. It eases the mind, body and immediate surroundings. Even the activities that we perform in leisure add up to our knowledge. They end up imparting some life-skill or the other, and thus turn out to be significant. In our school, we have modulated a carefully chosen set of recreational activities.
Activities like art and craft, group and idol play, music and dance lessons are imparted in the routine. Other activities which require expert guidance, like outdoor games and gardening are cautiously taught by experienced staff. These activities facilitate relevant social behaviour and give an expression to emotions.
How MBCN Observed World Cerebral Palsy Day?
World Cerebral Palsy Day celebrated on October 7th is not just a day but a movement started by people suffering from cerebral palsy, their families and organisations. Over 50 nations in the world observe this day to acknowledge and support those suffering from this neural disease. These people have a vision to ensure that those affected from cerebral palsy hold similar rights and opportunities as compared to other human beings. The occasion gave the world an opportunity to celebrate the achievements of the affected every first Wednesday of October. Since they are extraordinarily gifted, it is important for the world to acknowledge these wonderful souls on Cerebral Palsy Day.