|March 2018||Painting our hearts with colors of happiness ....||Click here to View|
|Februrary 2018||February Flashback||Click here to View|
|January 2018||Taking a leap of faith and beginning this new year by believing ...||Click here to View|
|December 2017||Merry everything and a Happy always!!||Click here to View|
|November 2017||Field trips to Shark tank...Couldn't have been a better month!||Click here to View|
|October 2017||Shooting for the moon!||Click here to View|
|September 2017||We have SO MUCH to tell you!||Click here to View|
|August 2017||Students, parents, team… We’ve got something for everyone!||Click here to View|
|July 2017||And so the adventure begins!||Click here to View|
|May 2017||And it’s a wrap! (Psst.. Annual Day pictures inside!)||Click here to View|
|April 2017||Art attack!||Click here to View|
|March 2017||Guess what?! (We have so much to tell you this month!)||Click here to View|
|February 2017||The Gateway Buzz - February||Click here to View|
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The brainchild of Kunal Basu, Swirl Music has been around since 2005. Swirl has vowed to make a change in the way music is taught to children in schools and has made a huge difference over a dozen schools already. Teaching guitar, ukulele, piano, keyboard, drums, tabla, western and hindustani vocals, Swirl Music has also expanded to music and movement classes for toddlers, music production and songwriting classes as well. Currently at Gateway they will be offering lessons for Vocals and Percussions.
Ms. Rimi Chopra has been teaching music at The Gateway School of Mumbai since 2015. She is offering one on one vocals and ukulele lessons for students who are interested in further honing their musical skills. Both sessions will focus on the elements of music: tempo, pitch, dynamics, rhythm and melody. Participants can choose to enroll for either vocals or the ukulele class.
Mr. Abhishek Panchal has been teaching Visual arts at the Gateway School of Mumbai since 2016. He will be working with a small group of kids in each batch. The smaller number allows him to work one-on-one with each student towards skill building in the particular form and media the child chooses to learn. Participating students can identify a medium from the following listed mediums for the class including Watercolor, Acrylic painting , Pencil/Charcoal drawing and Illustration.
Ms. Dil Arya has been teaching ballet under the syllabus of the renowned Royal Academy of Dance in London along with other dance forms like Bharatanatyam, contemporary, hip-hop, free & street style, salsa, Bollywood and many more. Currently, she teaches Mixed dance forms at the Gateway School of Mumbai. To her, dance and the choreography are just a means to an end to teach people more profound and deeper things in life. The purpose is not how fast people can learn a choreography but what the choreography taught them while practising dance. Her main aim is to give people a lifelong education in the art of dance and for it to continue with them throughout their life.
Klienetics is fitness training that is scientifically designed by co-opting from the world of game-play around functional fitness. The program is aimed at measurable improvements in the fitness levels of children in the areas of balance, coordination, speed agility, flexibility, strength and aerobic capacity. Klienetics has trained around 2000 children in the last 3 years supported by a strong team of certified fitness coaches and medical professionals.
Soccer Schools of Excellence, in association with The Gateway School of Mumbai, has come up with a curriculum that focuses on inclusion, fun and developing a love for the game of soccer. The curriculum addresses the basic, physical, mental, technical tactics of the game and is designed to strictly deliver age appropriate sessions. Our Coaching team consists of 25 certified coaches. The majority of our coaches have been successful footballers during their time. Many of them were national and state level players, played for big name clubs and were winners of the country's top domestic competitions.