Ms.Deepa Cherian 
Ms. Ambili​

“When health is absent, wisdom cannot reveal itself, art cannot manifest, strength cannot fight, wealth becomes useless, and intelligence cannot be applied.” 

  We live in a world, which is slowly diminishing, due to our own actions.  It is our duty to ensure that we leave the world behind that is healthy for the next generation. The students can be a powerful advocate for the conservation of natural resources and limiting waste. In fact, they may be able to help make this happen in a few ways that most adults cannot, They can try to get their parents, friends and other family members to become more conscious of the environment.

The Oxford school has launched Biofarming club where the students  ensure that vegetables and fruits are grown organically, with no toxic pesticides or synthetic fertilizers. The club has  25 members  from Grade 7 and 8.
 Bio-Farming Club is a wonderful way to use the schoolyard as a classroom, reconnect students with the natural world and the true source of their food, and teach them valuable gardening and agriculture concepts and skills that integrate with several subjects, such as math, science, art, health and physical education, and social studies, as well as several educational goals, including personal and social responsibility