Another achiever with a real feather, yes it is known as Heerakh Pankh

All people dream but most people dream in the recesses of the darkness of night and wake up in the morning to know, it was only a dream. Dangerous are, however, those, who dream during the day, with their eyes open. Because they make their dream come true. ~ TE Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia)

Sara Hirani is one such achiever, who has dreamt, worked diligently and have accomplished it. Our young performer from PYP4 Crystal has completed her Swarna Pankh in Scouting last year and now has successfully attended Heerakh Pankh camp in March this year. She is an active bulbul and attends camps and is involved in community service. It is a great achievement for a 10-year-old. Heerak Pankh Badge is presented along with a certificate signed by the State Chief Commissioner.

The purpose of the Movement is to contribute to the ‘Society’ with an aim to live for the welfare of oothers. The other development of young people in a sense of ‘Inner Disciplne’, achieving their full physical, intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual potentials as individuals, as responsible citizens and as members of the local, national and international communities. The four pillars of Scouting / Guiding are namely:

  1. Character and Intelligence
  2. Handicraft and Skill
  3. Health and Hygiene
  4. Service

Community service is something we all should do, and it is therefore a part of IB curriculum. Rather than concentrating on personal growth, we should think of a global perspective. Congratulations to Sara and her proud parents, teachers, facilitators and guides. We believe in teaching our children to dream fearlessly and dream ‘BIG’, until their dreams become their reality.

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