Friday, September 22, 2017

Good Shepherd Model United Nations 2017

Good Shepherd Model United Nations 2017 was held from 14 to16 September 2017 at Palada Campus.

The theme for this year is “Global Stability and Maintenance of Unity Amongst Nation”.
Chief Guest Mr. Gopalkrishna Gandhi, IAS, Former Governor of Bihar and West Bengal inaugurated the function.

There was a special assembly on 15 September 2017. The Chief Guest for this function was Mr. Gopal B Hosur, IPS.

Presentations and interactive sessions of different councils were conducted by students.

The Chief Guest for the closing ceremony was Mr. Bharat Joshi, British Deputy Commissioner and Head of the Mission, Chennai.

Opening Ceremony, 14 Septermber 2017

Arrival of the Chief Guest


Flag Presentation


Welcome Address by Master Atul Thard

Address by the Chief Guest
Interactive Sessions

Speeches by Heads and Co-heads:


Special Assembly 15 Septemner 2017

Address by the Chief Guest

Closing Ceremony 16 September 2017

Address by the Chief Guest

Presentation of Reports



MUN Sessions




Musical Interlude

School Assembly

School Assembly was held on 18 September 2017 at Palada Campus Auditorium.

School Prayer led by S.D.Nakshathra

News Reading by Lashika Rajesh Hemnani

Assembly Speech By Maanav Trehon

Address by the Principal

Prize Distribution


Ooty Literary Festival Workshop at GSIS

Ooty Literary Festival 2017 workshop was held on 16 September 2017 at Mowbray Hall, Palada Campus.

15 other schools with around 45 students were involved in the workshop along with 100 students of GSIS.

The workshop was conducted by Mr. Jerry Pinto and Ms. Ashima Narain from Mumbai.

Friday, September 15, 2017

The School Enterprise Challenge -The GSIS Organic Bay

The School Enterprise Challenge is a student-led business start-up awards’ programme for schools around the world. It is run by ‘Teach A Man To Fish’, UK which is a global business start-up Awards Programme for schools around the world with up to $50,000 in prizes available for the most entrepreneurial schools, teachers and students.  Students get a chance to gain hands-on experience of running a real business and generate profits to help support their school or a social cause of their choice.  
The students of Good Shepherd International School have submitted their School Business Idea and the Business Plan.  The plan has been approved. The students have started to operate the School Business and have completed the second stage.  The final stage is the submission of the annual report. The Business operates under:

Business Name                : The GSIS Organic Bay     
Business Activity             : Seasonal organic vegetable farming
Main product / service     : Organic vegetables (four types: Cauliflower, Broccoli,
  Zucchini and Cabbage)


The students also participated in the Logo Design Mini-Competition conducted by the School Enterprise Challenge and the business logo is shown below.