A threefold discipline:
• become still,
• then move into action as necessary, from that point.
This continues to be a practice we wish to promote. It was certainly very obvious in the Sanskrit Recitation Competition on Thursday. What brilliance, what self-possession, what a delight.
And not only from the performers, who were wonderful, but also from the watching children. Their interest was palpable and demonstrated by their focus and attention, and their self-discipline. Thank you to Mrs. Dunstan and Mrs. Childs for organising this great, annual event.
We had some visitors, several parents: the Indian Vice-Consul, Mr Harjeet Singh Sethi and a few members of the Indian community with an interest in Sanskrit.
This is how Anikan K and friends from 4th class spend their rainy-day Recess. The photo shows Anikan with a “class-made” pulley, constructed entirely from the contents of his pencil case: two rulers, a glue stick for a reel, a pencil sharpener for a conduit for the string (the string was threaded through it), the weights at the end of the string were a pen and a rubber. Anikan is seen testing it out over the edge of the balcony! It worked alright.