Monday, 1 December 2014

Pay it forward this Christmas season

Pay It Forward

A movie released in 2000, directed by Mimi Leder and starring Kevin Spacy, Helen Hunt and then-child star, Haley Joel Osment is about a young boy who attempts to make the world a better place when his teacher gives the class an interesting assignment – think of something to change the world and put it in action. In turn, Osment’s character, Trevor, comes up with the clever idea of paying a favour forward.

An Unconventional Teacher

Miss Singh, a teacher that is loved by everyone, and often elected the ‘most favourite teacher’ by her students and peers alike. She never teaches in a conventional way and sometimes even uses movies to get the message across to her students. This is one such movie that you could watch with your kids this weekend or suggest that kids in school watch it together.

Youth Inspiring Movies

While it stands that movies in no way are an actual representation of reality, they nevertheless mirrors actual life and are based on real events and people. There are always teachers who have inspired each one of us, and continue to do so. In everyday life, in some way or the other, we carry a little part of them in us.
These are but a few such movies inspired by teachers that spread love, cheer and joy to show students in school or play it for them at home. To know more about movies that could inspire young minds and adults alike, click here

Have a great weekend!

Lawrence School
Lawrence High School, located in HSR layout, Bangalore, focusses on educating children with traditional values to adapt and excel in the world. Established by the Cauvery Education Trust, we follow Lawrence High School at Koramangala, set up in 1991, providing value-based education through Pre KG classes up to Xth Standard. We are affiliated with the CISCE board that conducts the ICSE level examinations in the Xth standard. The ICSE syllabus has an advanced level syllabus that enables students to forge ahead.
To know more about us click here

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