PIS students visit ‘A Flower Each Spring’ event

 07 May 2017 - 12:18

PIS students visit ‘A Flower Each Spring’ event

The Peninsula

Girls’ wing of Pakistan International School (PIS) visited Al Khor beach to attend the event “A Flower Each Spring” recently. Under the supervision of Sabah Mujib and Zobia Bashir, 15 students participated in several environmental activities.

The flower introduced this spring was of the plant, which is scientifically named as Malva Parviflora, called Khobaiz in Arabic. After the formal introduction to the plant and its flower, certificate of participation was being rewarded to the schools. A group photo session was being conducted with the cartoon character of the plant. Students observed the real plant and planted the seeds. Group discussion session was being conducted among the students of different schools. 

Topics like climate changes, advantages and disadvantages of technology, bird recognition, etc, were discussed. Group leaders collected the points of discussion on white board. The mediators facilitated them throughout the discussion to ensure focused discussion. 

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