DEAR ME

Dear me,

I remember the first time when I was thirteen and a good-for-nothing guy had broken my heart.

I remember how I had cribbed for a phone just because my “best-friend” had one; the one who always degraded me.

I remember how I use to cry for every little thing.

From teacher’s scoldings to low marks.

From fights among friends to breakups.

From the smallest thing that bothered me to the largest.

All I want to say is that I’m sorry.

I’m sorry for hurting you; physically and mentally.

I’m sorry for all those fights, for all those low self-esteem talks.

I’ve realized that we grow each day. Continue reading “DEAR ME”

ST. ANDREWS AT THE IBER CUP

It is a moment of pride that three of St. Andrews School’s ex-students, W. D. Rahul, K. Milind and Sai Kiran (batch of 2014-15), were selected to travel to Barcelona, Spain between the 11th and 16th of July 2017 to participate in the IBER Cup on behalf of the Football School of India. They attended a rigorous training camp in Vashi, Mumbai from the 7th to 10th of July just before setting off.

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WRITER

I am not a writer.

I do not use complex words and phrases to describe the evils of the world.

My poetry can’t compare her eyes to the ocean

Or his anguish to the fire burning deep within our planet’s core.

I do not write.

All I do is leak and spill the overflowing ink

Not caring if it’s beautiful or blotched. Continue reading “WRITER”

HOW TO MAKE THE MOST OUT OF PARENT TEACHER MEETINGS

Parent Teacher Meetings are an opportunity for both parents and teachers to collaborate for the improvement of the child’s education. Parents and teachers need not approach the interaction as if going into a war-zone. Instead, if they come to an agreement that the purpose of the conference is to benefit the child, the meeting can take on a more positive direction. Parent Teacher Meetings are taking on a new dimension of partnerships between the parent and teacher in the best CBSE schools in Bangalore and other metropolitan cities. Here are some tips on making the most out of these meetings. Continue reading “HOW TO MAKE THE MOST OUT OF PARENT TEACHER MEETINGS”