PYP Events

The following are the PYP Events carried out at Fazlani L'Académie Globale (FLAG). Click on the events to view the photographs from that event.
  • Taekwando Tournament, 3rd February, 2017

  • Fazlani L'Academie Globale has got new Taekwando Tournament Winners. Click here to know who won.

  • PYP English Elocution, 21st January, 2016

  • FLAG is proud to announce the winner of the PYP English Elocution held on 21st January, 2016.

    Sr. KG:
    Muniba Hawa - First Place
    Zahra Safri - Second Place
    Adeeba Sopariwala- Third Place

    Grade 1:
    Zuhair Hawa - First Place - Challenger>
    Kaksh Chandan - Second Place - Explorer
    Aarna Bafna - Third Place - Discoverer

    Grade 2
    Nabiha Dhorajiwala- First Place - Navigator
    Amatullah Vaglawala - Second Place- Challenger
    Nuzhat Kudia - Third Palce - Explorer

    Grade 3
    Sakina Bastawala - First Place - Discoverer
    Deev Lunia - Second Place - Discoverer
    Arjun Chhowala - Third Place - Explorer

    Grade 4
    Tithee Jain - First Place - Navigator
    Faiha Siddiqui - Second Place - Discoverer
    Aaryan Punjwani - Third Place - Challenger
    Sarah Patel - Third Place - Challenger

    Grade 5
    Khyaan Shah - First Place - Discoverer
    Maria Soni - First Place - Navigator
    Iliyan Bhagat - Second Place - Navigator
    Afiya Mariyam Sayed - Third Place - Discoverer

    Click here to view the pictures of the event.

  • The M.A.D Bug Infected Exhibition, 12th January, 2016

  • The Grade 5 Exhibition gives us just another opportunity to witness rich and meaningful learning. The student's action inspire us both by their attitude and their actions. This year the students explored their central idea through a choice of art, drama, music, dance, poetry and technology. While some of these had been naturally incorporated into the students' display and presentation of their learning, there had been a focused block each week, devoted to a deeper inquiry of their elected medium.

    The PYP Exhibition provoked students to demonstrate PYP attitudes and attributes in each child. The campus saw students combining their strengths, taking on multiple roles of a guide to their peers and most importantly being enthusiastic learners.

    The exhibition also witnessed the use of approaches to learning, developing skills such as problem solving, conflict resolution, creative and critical thinking. We could see the students exhibit their commitment to the attributes of the learner profile and the attitudes that we seek to engender within the PYP homeroom. (Making the PYP Happen).

    The Exhibition SOUK emerged from this as a student initiative and a small step taken by the students to support their adopted NGOS either to raise funds or spread their message.

    This year's exhibition empowered students to think about "Change" that they can bring as an individual or together and contribute to the society, country and also internationally.

    From #YESWECAN, emerged a student abbreviation - M.A.D. which in their words is: 'MAKE A DIFFERENCE'.

    M.A.D soon became viral at school and we could see the students infected with passion, empathy, curiosity, creativity to make a change with their actions-surely a visual treat to see the students making the PYP Happen!

    It was an exhibition that made a difference. We are proud about the fact that these tiny steps are someday going to leave huge footprints in the real world.

    Kudos to the entire team and our young learners! For pictures click here!

  • PYP 8th Annual Day, March 5, 2015

  • This year's Annual Day performance surely took everyone on a trip down the memory lane. The Disney Jumble of Aladdin, Jungle Book and Lion King were twisted and twirled to put together the production - "Tangled Tale to the Throne".

    The students worked under the mentorship of theater professionals from "Silly Point Productions" to explore and communicate ideas, feelings and experiences through dance, music and drama and learn about the relationship between an artist and an audience. The theatrical experiences provided a platform for our young learners to be confident, committed and cooperate with peers from different age groups. It was also wonderful to hear student conversations on the many morals that ran through the tale.

    Another proud memory to add to our album of 2014-15. For pictures click here!

  • PYP FPAC 2015, February 12, 2015

  • Childhood memories of a circus come back each time we think about FPAC 2015. The FPAC 2015 treated students to a circus joyride with different games and delicious treats in store at the variety of stalls put up by the parents.

    The Happiness Parade with clowns, stilt walkers, jugglers etc won the hearts of our little guests from the Akanksha School.

    FPAC also joined hands with Make - A - Wish Foundation to fulfil wishes of children who are terminally ill and undergoing treatment. It was a proud moment for the Parent Community as another year of goodwill and PYP Action came to a close. For pictures click here!

  • The Differentiated Homeroom, September 23, 2014

  • "Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid."

    - Albert Einstein

    At school learning is tailored to every child's style and needs. "The Differentiated Homeroom" held on 23rd September 2014 where we invited the parents to enjoy a day of teaching and learning with their child.

    Concepts were unpacked and presented by students using Howard Gardner's "Multiple Intelligence" a tool that ensures that every student learns in a manner that works best for him/her, because what is learnt is less important than how it is learnt.

    Homerooms echoed with student voice and inquiry that put them at the heart of learning.

    For pictures of the event click here.

  • Wild Wild Fest, March 7, 2014
  • - FPAC (FLAG Parent Action Community) was initiated last year as a parent led PYP Action for community outreach. FPAC brings to you the "Wild West Fest" after the success of Festember last year. Wild West Fest is a charity fun fair.

    Through this endeavour we financially empowered NGO's by helping them sell products at our event and also gifting an evening of fun and frolic to some orphan children.

    The Fun Fair had parent food and games stalls that remained crowded all throughout, impromptu games and lucky draws, a Happiness Parade with life size cartoon characters, clowns and music and children from an NGO smiling and strolling through the venue. Apart from that, the FPAC parent community also sponsored 3 years of education for 5 students studying in St. Catherine of Siena School and Orphanage. For pictures of the event click here here.

  • FLAG Language Fest, 2014
  • - Fazlani L'Academie Globale conducted a transdisiplinary language themed carnival on 22nd Jan, 2014. It was an attempt made to help our young learners listen, speak, read and write their understanding of english language in the real world contest. For pictures of the event click here.

  • Mother Tongue Mania
  • - Held from 13th-17th Jan 2014, was a week full of entertaining performances by our parents including cultural dances, stories, poems, puppet shows and loads of super enticing activities. For pictures of the above mentioned fun filled activities click here!

  • Alphabet Dress Up Event
  • - The Junior Kindergarten students are currently inquiring into skills, strategies and roles people play in the community. Keeping the UOI in mind we collaborated with Fun Ok Please (publisher of the Alphabet Dress Up book) and conducted a fun dress up parade where children dressed up as different professionals like Astronaut, Baker, Diver, Pilot, Policemen etc. were narrated the story by the author, (Mrs. Nalini Sorensen),taught actions of various professions and sang songs together. It was just another fun inquiry into their unit.

    Click here to see pictures of the event.

  • English Elocution
  • - English Elocution was held in FLAG on 3rd December, 2013. Click here to see pictures of the English Elocution winners!

  • Junior Writer's Bug Festival
  • - Junior Writer's Bug is a literary festival that was held on 7th and 8th of December, 2013. The festival conducted numerous workshops for different age groups on creative writing with Roopa Pai, Chatura Rao, Lovleen Misra, Katie Bagli, Storytelling through photography with artists Sanya and Kirti, illustration with Abhijeet Kini, Haiku poetry with Kala Ramesh and contests like storyscape.

    Doodling like Dali
    Students explored the world of surrealism with the master Salvador Dali's art as their inspiration to create strange, imaginative paintings with a story and some mystery.

    Click here to see the pictures of the workshop attended by FLAG students.

    Talking Pictures and Roosters
    It was a workshop conducted by illustrator Priya Kuryan wherein, the students learnt the thought process behind the pictures illustrated in a book. The students also put their thinking caps on and created illustrations of their own.

    Click here to see the pictures of the workshop attended by FLAG students.

  • Children's Day Celeberations
  • - Children are God's gift! The universal Children's Day is celebrated on 20th November and is observed on 14th November in India, the birth anniversary of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru - for he loved children.

    At Fazlani, the PYP teachers put up a show for their beloved students. The pre-primary teachers enacted a fairytale with songs, musical effects and handmade properties that were appealing to every students eyes.

    Whereas, the primary teachers sang songs, danced on folk songs and had the children sense the various cultures in India. India has a rich cultural heritage and through these performances the children were given a glance at it.

    Gujarati Garba, Punjabi Bhangda, Maharashtrian Lavani and the Goan dance truly gave out the message of unity in diversity to the children.

    In today's day, folk songs and cultural dance forms are losing its importance. This effort made by our teachers to sow seeds of our enriching culture received a great reception from our children who enjoyed themselves, paving way for our next cultural event "Mother Toungue Mania" which will be introduced soon in Term 2.

    Click here to view the pictures from the event.

  • Pre-Halloween Celeberations
  • - Halloween is a holiday celebrated on the night of October 31. Traditional activities include trick-or-treating, bonfires, costume parties, visiting "haunted houses" and carving jack-o-lanterns. People all over the world dress up in Halloween costumes on this day, they dress as Demons to scare the real demons away.

    This year at FLAG we had the -- SPOOKTACULAR CLASSFEST

    As a part of our pre-Halloween celebrations, each class of PYP participated in the "SPOOKTACULAR CLASSFEST" an interclass competition where students and teachers of each class teamed up to make their class look the spookiest of all. Each class depicted a different scene. There were graveyards, spooky village scenes, Halloween feast parties, haunted house and many others. This competition was aimed at bringing out the creative streak in the children and to teach them teamwork. We saw an amazing response from all the participants. Well done Teachers and Students!

    Click here to view the pictures from the event.

  • Peace Day Celeberations - International Peace Day is celebrated on the 21st September, 2013. For this day the Student Council not only had all the children wear White coloured T-shirts as the colour White represents peace but also created a peace wall wherein every student from Grade 1 to Grade 5 was given a chance to express their views on peace and was later put up on a bulletin board as the peace wall. Click here for pictures.

    Apart from this other classes celebrated world peace day by creating peace day posters, peace bands, writing poems and so on. For a sneak peek click below:


  • Paramparik Karigar Workshop - The students of Grades 3, 4 and 5 participated in workshops organized by Paramparik Karigar where the students learned Gond painting, Shibori and Leather puppet making.

    • Grade 3: Gond Painting - Gond art is a form of Contemporary Art. It holds the faith that seeing a good image, brings good fortune. Gond paintings materialize like a collage of dashes and dots. Colours that are used in these paintings are derived from natural sources. For example, black from local soils, white from rock calcium and yellow from Narmada River banks. An outline commences the art which is filled using block colours. When it dries, elaborate patterning is done. It imparts three-dimensional effect to the designs. Click here to see our young artists make masterpieces!

    • Grade 4: Shibori - Shibori is the art of tye and dye. The students had direct access to the master craftsmen, and got hands-on experience of a kalaa, they discovered an excitement and confidence that cannot be taught in any classroom. The students created masterpieces from the ordinary.

    • Grade 5: Leather Puppet Making - Known as Tollu Bommalu/Tollu Bommalatta (leather puppets/leather puppetry), this form of shadow-puppet theatre is found in several regions of Andhra Pradesh. Tollu means leather and Bommalu means dolls or figures. In earlier times, puppet making was a flourishing business, especially as puppetry was one of the main forms of entertainment in the villages, thus giving the students a feel of traditional forms of entertainment. To see the children enjoying the workshop click here.