NEWS

Jammu and Kashmir is battling one of the worst floods in decades, with rivers in the region in spate due to days of incessant rain. Over 400 people have died and thousands are stranded across the state, including Srinagar.

The boys from the Second Chance School and the Night School at INA Market came together to celebrate Independence Day at Vasant Valley on 15 August. The youngest member of the group hoisted the flag and this was followed by singing of the National Anthem.

It’s been an exciting first few days for 18 students from the International Summer School, (ISS) New Delhi! Two taxi rides and two trains later, students arrived in Jhalawar, Rajasthan on 15 July; having cheerfully battled humidity, as well as the legendary crowds at the railway stations.

Teachers at Ritinjali’s Learning Centres were introduced to the wondrous and magical world of simple toy designs at the “One to Many” workshop, conducted by Ms. Surabhi Khanna, a Designer from the National Institute of Design (NID), on 29 June.

On Tuesday, April 29, the Ridge Valley School (RVS), Gurgaon visited the Learning Center at Nathupur Pahari as part of their Outreach Programme.

A wumba wey, a wumba wey a wumba wey, a wumba wey….
On Friday, April 25th, the Second Chance School came alive with dance and musical performances by the students of the Mahipalpur vocational center and the Second Chance School.

On Easter Sunday, April 20, the students from Second Chance School and Vasant Valley School participated in the Cyclothon at Vinay Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi. The Cyclothon was organised by the Ministry of Road Transport

On Saturday, April 19, volunteers of Little Black Book Delhi (LBBD) visited the children at Kusumpur Pahari with a surprise. Every month a group of volunteers from LBBD visits Kusumpur and spends its Saturday with the children, involving them in fun activities.

On Friday, April 11, a Music Therapy workshop was conducted for the boys of the Second Chance School, by Annika, a Swiss-Russian student of Psychology and Music.

On April 6, 2014, approximately 90 students and 10 staff members from different Ritinjali Learning and Vocational Centers as well as the Second Chance School participated in the ‘Sport for Development’ campaign which was organised by the Paralympic Committee of India at the National Stadium, New

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