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The festive month is here and the celebrations at #MRIS, #Charmwood say it all! Catch a glimpse here:
To reinforce the concept of ‘Before Number’, children of MRIS, Gurugram carried out various activities like jumping on the number loop and counting backward, arranging the number cups, thread the number loop and place my bugs.
SUBSCRIBE to Origin: https://tinyurl.com/y8v4u288 Introducing three families whose children suffer from the strange and isolating condition called selective mutism. They are children who can talk and inside the family home, do talk, often quite noisily. But, in public, they are seized with an anxiety about speaking which is so acute it renders them mute. They are unable to speak in class at school, to friends, to grandparents. Untreated, the condition destroys any prospect of a normal social life. But treatment is long term and painstaking. The prospect of speaking in public makes these children’s heart race, makes them sweaty, breathless and paralysed by anxiety. We meet seven year old Red, whose granddad has never heard a single word from his only granddaughter. We meet Megan, cut off from the rest of her school class by her fear of speaking. And we meet Danielle, who, at 15, seems to be a recovered mute. Danielle’s story shows us the persistence and insidiousness of the condition as it starts to creep back and steal away her speech again. Content licensed from Landmark Films. For any enquiries, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Hey everybody!! It's been awhile, but we are back with a fabulous new group of 5th graders!! Go Tibbets Tigers!!
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