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You & Your Child

Belief Systems

6 September 2019, 6:00 pm

How your childhood affects your child's childhood is a 45 minute talk on how belief systems are formed and how they begin shaping our reality. We in turn create or help create those belief systems in our children in how we act and react with them. The talk will also shed light on how to change personal conditioning that helps alter the conditioning of our children as well.


Insights by Ms. Pankhuri Agarwal (@pankhuri_r.healer)

Hosted by Ms. Deepika, Parent, Chettinad - Sarvalokaa Education

on the Sarvalokaa Facebook Live

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Nature & I Final

31 August 2019, 5:30 pm

We thank all participants for taking part in the Nature & I Contest. It has been an overwhelming response and we congratulate all the participants for their brilliant ideas.

The finals for the Nature & I event will be held on 31st Aug 2020 on the Sarvalokaa Facebook Live at 5.30 pm.

Halloween - Wear your Fear

31 October 2019

Halloween celebrations at Chettinad - Sarvalokaa Education, International School saw parents and children enthusiastically dressed in costumes resembling the animal or thing that they are fearful of. An array of exciting activities for the participants ranging from Story-telling to Monster-freeze activity kept the day fun-filled. The celebrations came to a close with reflections on the fears of the participants and how they are working on overcoming them.

walkathon - from inner peace to Global peace!

21 September 2019

Chettinad - Sarvalokaa Education, International School embarked on a new initiative towards creating awareness on the importance of Global Peace. 21st of September 2019, being the United Nations International Day of Peace was the ideal day chosen to launch this event. The distinctive factor about this event was in laying emphasis on understanding inner peace within an individual and then transforming that learning towards global peace.The event was initiated by an inaugural briefing followed by the walk, which traversed through four reflections checkpoints. At these checkpoints, the participants were given reflection handouts to be pondered over during the course of the walk. They then wrote their views of peace on a ‘Peace Wall’ within the school campus. This was followed by interactive sessions giving opportunity to speak on the understanding of what inner peace meant to them. The event was able to ignite the awareness factor about the significance of inner peace creating a ripple effect that ultimately leads to global peace.