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Oxfordians of Grade 5 observed ‘World Cancer day’ in order to raise awareness of cancer and to encourage its prevention, detection, and treatment. The students performed a mime which conveyed a message of hope for cancer patients and the importance of detection of cancer at 
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The Oxford School conducted an eye camp for our students in collaboration with Aster MIMS, Calicut. View the image gallery here:  
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A one-day painting workshop has been conducted for students at The Oxford School, Calicut as part of Unity Artistry Day celebrations. Take a look:  
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The Oxford School, Calicut hosted  RED FM-Clint Memorial Painting Competition conducted for school students in memory of the child prodigy Edmund Thomas Clint (1976–1983). Clint was known for having drawn over 25,000 paintings during his short life of less than seven years. Hundreds of students 
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The second annual day of The Oxford School, Calicut was celebrated in a grand and colourful ceremony on February 08, 2020, evening. The tough-talking, super cop and now the Director General of Prisons Sri. Rishiraj Singh IPS was the chief guest of the eve. https://www.youtube.com/watch? 
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Oxfordians observed Transport Day in great excitement! View the image gallery here…
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A field trip has been organized for the EYFS students of TOSC to Beypore port, one of the oldest ports in Kerala. Beypore is noted for building wooden ships, known as dhows or urus, which were usually bought by Arab merchants for trading and fishing. Kindergartners of TOSC had 
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The talented Oxfordians conducted EDUBITION -an exploration of language, science, mathematics, IT and art on 18th January, 2020 at TOSC. The objective of the event was to develop research mindedness among children and showcase their vibrant talents. The students came up with creative and unique 
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Oxfordians celebrated Global Family Day with a special assembly conducted by Grade 1A students on the theme. The assembly began with a morning prayer by Naveyil Fathima followed by ‘Thought for the Day‘ by Rithvick Shyam and a speech based on the day by Emaad 
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