“Science is more than a school subject, or the periodic table, or the properties of waves. It is an approach to the world, a critical way to understand and explore and engage with the world, and then have the capacity to change that world…”

— President Barack Obama


1. to develop students’ interest and participation in the practical application of the knowledge related to different branches of Sciences & Environment

2. to foster curiosity, creativity and imagination in young minds and inculcate skills such as designing mindset, computational thinking, adaptive learning, physical computing etc.

3. to provide proper incentive and inspiration for the pursuit of scientific knowledge in vigorous way by broadening their scientific outlook

4. to help the students in imbibing the habit of self- reliance, self-dependence and love for manual work

5. to introduce world’s rich scientific heritage to the youth in order to kindle scientific temperament within them

6. to motivate the young generation to take up Science as a career and encourage them to contribute towards India – Vision 2020

Activities undertaken in 2017

Science & Environment related activities were organized throughout the year for the students for creating environmental awareness and scientific temper amongst them to bring about a change in the attitude of the society.

1. Arranged talks and lectures of distinguished speakers, subject experts and outside guests on the subject of scientific interest such as ‘Harmful Effects of Air Pollution.

2. Talks related to environment & Science related issues in the assembly to spread awareness

3. Adoption of Native plant-Jamun as Heritage plant

4. Organized tree plantation programmes, awareness programmes such as quiz, essay, painting competitions, rallies, nukkad natak etc. regarding various environmental issues and sensitized children about the re-use of waste material & preparation of useful products out
of waste.

5. Motivated the students to imbibe habits and life style for minimum waste generation, source separation of waste and disposing the waste to the nearest storage point.

6. Preparation of models to display in exhibitions organised by the CBSE, Directorate of Education, Niti Ayog

7. Prototypes of smart tap, smart granaries, drone, RC Copter and Smart Parking were prepared.

8. Associated with various NGOs for environment related issues like checking the potability of water, waste management practices, sanitation & health & hygiene

9. Participated in ‘Karo Sambhav’ programme for E-awareness & collection of E-waste for its eco-friendly disposal

10. Aero modelling workshop was organised to prepare drone & RC- Copter.

11. Participated in Maker- Faire & World Robotics OLYMPIAD to represent ATL school

12. Won the First Month of challenge by Niti Ayog & had the First MentorofChange Session in the school.

13. Setting up of Atal Tinkering Lab in assocation with Niti Ayog

Activities planned for 2018- 2019

Keeping in view the objectives of the club, it will continue to organize the core programmes along with a new addition of well integrated environment related programme for sustainable development. Some of them are as follows :

¥ waste-recycling management

¥ cleaning of streets

¥ collecting polythene bags, plastic bottles and other plastic material and organic waste from the neighbourbood and disposing them in a deep pit

¥ encouraging students to clean their school premises once a fortnight which includes organic composting and taking care of the gardens too

¥ Exhibitions, Inter-House & Inter-School Competitions on Science & Environment related issues

¥ preparing apps to solve community problems


‘ Peace cannot be kept by force, it can only be achieved by understanding.’

The UNESCO Club of the school was set up in 1984. The primary purpose of the club is to develop understanding and support for UNESCO and its programmes.

Activities undertaken in 2017-2018

  1. Dissemination of general principles such as those set out in the Preamble to the Constitution of UNESCO, the United Nations Charter and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
  2. Participation in the celebration of International Days and Years proclaimed by the General Assembly of the United Nations and the General Conference of UNESCO like UN Days, International Literacy Days etc.
  3. Activities related to preservation and presentation of cultural heritage—tangible and intangible.

Activities planned for 2018-2019

  1. Organising Mock U.N. on UN Day
  2. Organising an Exihibition on Sustainable Development Goals on the Open Day
  3. Collaboration with UNIC to promote peace activities in school
  4. Adoption of a nearby monument

Participation in Mitsubishi Art Competition



‘Peace is a daily, a weekly and a monthly process, gradually changing opinions, slowly eroding old barriers and quietly building new structures.’

Our school has been a part of the ‘Indo-Pak Peace Calendar – 2017’, an initiative of Aaghaz-e-Dosti, an Indo-Pak Friendship initiative of Mission Bhartiyam (India) and The Catalyst of Peace (Pakistan) for the last three years.

  • Students took part in AAGHAZ – E –DOSTI Peace Calendar where they made paintings based on Indo—Pak friendship. 12 paintings were selected for the calendar (six from India and six from Pakistan).
  • The painting of Nikunj Gupta of Class IXA was selected for the calendar .
  • Slow The Flow, Save H2 O ( Water ) (Collaborative Project)

As a part of ISA Project, the students of our school initiated a dialogue with the students of Beaconhouse School, Karachi on water conservation.

The session began with an introduction on the challenge of water conservation and water pollution in the South Asian context. This was followed by students interacting with each other. The students on both sides shared how people in their countries view the challenge of water conservation. The students on the Indian side emphasized that people have ignored this problem. They waste water. The students on Pakistan side stated that the situation is not any different on their side too.

They took turns to list out the causes of water pollution in their respective countries. Commonalities were noted. Then they shared some methods being followed for conservation of water. The Indian students, through charts, explained water harvesting and roof water conservation methods. The Pakistani students also talked about methods and some initiatives that were being taken by them.


ROAD SAFETY CLUB ( For Preparing Road Safety Ambassadors )

In today’s modern world everybody is a road user in one shape or the other. The present transport system has minimized the distances but it has, on the other hand, increased the life risk. Every year road crashes result in loss of lakhs of lives and serious injuries to crores of people.

Road Safety education plays an important role in shaping the attitudes and behaviour of children and young people ensuring that they become responsible drivers, passengers, pedestrians and cyclists.

With a view to actively engage schools and thereby inculcate sense of road safety amongst the students and to groom them up into responsible road users, a proposal for formation of Road Safety Club in schools was formally launched in January 2010 and an Activity Charter was issued for schools who got themselves enrolled as members of Road Safety Club.


The main objective behind Road Safety Club is to join hands with other schools to spread road safety culture in the new tech-savvy generation and to create awareness amongst the students who are future road users and to inculcate correct attitude in them.

Activities undertaken in 2017-2018

1. Training session for school teachers nominated for Road Safety Club

2. Road Safety Workshops for parents

3. Visit to Traffic Training Park by member schools

4. Inter-School extempore, debate, speech, song, slogan, painting, quiz and collage competitions

5. Road Safety fair and exhibitions in association with Delhi Traffic Police

6. Film Shows on road safety by Delhi Police

Activities planned for 2018-2019

1 . Interactive workshops with school Principals and teachers

2 . Road Safety Club members’ meetings

3 . Training session for school teachers nominated for Road Safety Club 4 . Road Safety workshops for parents

5 . Spreading awareness through activities like bulletin board competition at school level 6 . Visit to Traffic Training Park by member schools

7 . Inter-School extempore, debate, speech, song, slogan, painting, quiz and collage competitions

8 . Road Safety fair and exhibitions in association with Delhi Traffic Police 9 . Street plays

10. Distribution of Road Safety literature

11. Rallies

12. Two Wheeler Riders’ training programme for senior students

Road Safety Activities are organised in collaboration with Delhi Traffic Police, UNIC, SIAM, Hero MotoCorp, Honda, CBSE, PVR and YSA.


Our endeavours to spread road safety awareness were acknowledged and the following awards were bestowed:

(i). ‘School of the Year Award’ by Delhi Traffic Police

(ii) ‘National Award’ for Road Safety by Maruti Suzuki & Times Now

(iii) ‘Best in Road Safety Award’ by Youth Service America (YSA)

(iv) ‘Best School Award’ in South-West Delhi by Delhi Police

(v) ‘Model School Award’ by PVR Nest

*With all our endeavours we ensure that the young generation understands that………..

‘Speed Thrills but Kills.’


“The higher your energy level, the more efficient your body. The more efficient your body, the better you feel and the more you will use your talent to produce outstanding results.” -Anthony Robbins

The aim of the Health Club is to provide a holistic teaching and learning environment for nurturing a balanced growth in the school community by providing good, honest and quality education.


  • to promote healthy lifestyle via physical, environmental and health education and campaigns
  • to nurture the capability of students to care, share and appreciate
  • to nurture concern for a healthy environment
  • to create awareness regarding health issues
  • to organize health camps for students, parents and community
  • to conduct regular check – ups for students and document them
  • to frame structured plan for special need students
  • to identify learning disabled students and diagnose their problems through school counselling setup
  • to promote our school as an environment-friendly and a healthy school

Activities undertaken in 2017-2018

Health related activities were organized throughout the year for students under the guidance of School Health Committee.

  1. Each class had two Health Leaders who made sure that students adopt healthy practices in and outside the classroom.
  2. We observed health related days as per our health calendar.Hepatitis Day, World Disability Day, No Tobacco Day, Ozone Day, World AIDS Day etc. were observed with multifarious activities like Poster-making, Slogan writing, Essay-writing, Debate and Declamation for students to spread awareness on these vital issues.
  3. Preparation of Wall Magazines on Love Food Hate Waste
  4. Deworming tablets were distributed on PTM for students.
  5. Health Mela was organized alongwith Blood Donation Camp & Organ Donation Awareness Campaign for students , staff , parents and community on the Open Day.
  6. Workshops on Safe Use of Lifts & Escalators, Hand Wash and balanced diet
  7. Waste management & decomposition of organic waste to obtain good quality manure
  8. The club activities helped in development of health skills and physique through practical engagements with games, exercises, sports and practices of personal and community hygiene.
  9. The school doctor and the nurse ensured regular check-ups of students and school community which included BMI & Bone Density Test .
  10. Yoga is an integral part of the health programme wherein every student learned various aasanas.
  11. Workshop was organized to explain the harmful effects of air pollution on health.
  12. Regular visits to the medicinal garden, for spreading awareness about medicines from our kitchen garden, were organized.
  13. The special need educator and the school counsellor took care of the overall emotional, social and mental well-being of children .
  14. Our students participated in the Largest Lung Formation organized by Lung Care Foundation at Thaygraj Stadium and entered into the Guinness Book Of World Records.

Activities planned for 2018 – 2019

Keeping in view the objectives of the club, it will continue organizing the core programmes along with a new addition of physical, value & life skills education integrated plan for the overall development of students.


Our school believes in service to mankind and it doesn’t leave any opportunity to do the same. ‘Service to mankind is true service to God.’ Keeping this in mind, Social Welfare Club of our school is doing its bit to help the needy and underprivileged section of our society in various ways. The club focuses on generating funds and undertaking charitable activities.

Activities undertaken in 2017-2018

  • Teachers trained by Ramakrishna Mission took Value Education classes for the students of VI to IX standards.
  • Certain articles of use like diyas, decorative material for festivals, stationery items, fancy items etc. were sold at a nominal price to generate funds.
  • ‘Helpage India’ awareness programmes were organised to sensitize the present generation towards the older persons in our society.
  • Donations were made to the nearby MCD school after knowing and understanding their requirement, like installation of big dustbins, books, school bags, clothes, study material etc.
  • Workshops and contests were organised to sensitize the students towards their duty to do something for the society.
  • As our school is a permanent collection centre for Goonj, students, teachers and people from near-by areas donated whole heartedly, things like old/new clothes, blankets, utensils, shoes, bags, toys etc.
  • We supported all the campaigns run by Goonj, like ‘School to School’, ‘Odha do Zindagi’, ‘Share a bite’, ‘Joy of Giving’ etc.
  • Rallies were taken out from time to time to create social awareness.

Activities planned for 2018-19

  1. Visit to old age homes/orphanages
  2. Street plays on social issues
  3. Skill based workshops to teach our students how to make handicrafts
  4. Designate students to carry out social welfare activities
  5. Support campaigns run by our government and ‘Goonj’ for the welfare of the underprivileged.


Our school follows a policy of inclusion. We believe, all children , including the special ones, learn best when they feel happy, secure and confident.

Aim and Objective

  • to inculcate values of independence and team work
  • holistic development of students
  • to ensure that students with special needs are quickly identified
  • to build effective partnership with teachers and parents
  • to adopt best practices for preparing the students to participate actively in school life

Activities undertaken in 2017 – 2018

  • Discussions with teachers, parents and other professionals were held.
  • A workshop to guide the students was arranged .
  • Few students participated in Annual Sports Day and other events.
  • Parents were encouraged to contribute to their ward’s education.

Activities planned for 2018 – 2019

  • Organising workshops for parents and teachers
  • Encourage students to participate in activities and sports
  • Actively involve them in classroom discussions and activities
  • Improve their reasoning and thinking skills as well as audio-visual perception


Literacy is a vital tool for strengthening or awakening any society .The club aims to educate and empower people who are not privileged to attend formal institution.

Activities undertaken in 2017 – 2018

  1. Each one teach one : Students from classes VII to X were given responsibilities of teaching and educating at least one person in their areas through three Primers(books).
  2. Vocational Skill Training Programme : We adopted and trained about 30 students of the nearby M.C.D. school in instrumental music, dance, computer and reading.
  3. Distribution of stationery, study material and gifts : We helped the M.C.D. school by donating stationery items, woollens, rolling black boards, basketball net, rackets etc.
  4. Literacy based competitions: Competitions like ‘Swarachit Kavya Pratiyogita’, ‘Nibandh Lekhan’, debate and creative writing were orgainsed.
  5. Rallies, door to door visits and nukkad natak were conducted in NarainaVihar and at Pragati Maidan to create awareness about literacy .
  6. Awards, certificates, prizes and interviews: Student volunteers got awards, certificates and prizes after completion of Primers. This year our school teacher Dr. Neeta Pandit and one student Lakshay Joshi of class X got certificates and Ajay Chauhan of class X received a cash prize of Rs. 1000/- for their outstanding contribution in the field of literacy .A special certificate was also given to our school for making more than 250 learners literate this year.
  7. Workshops and Seminars : A workshop was conducted by Mrs. Das from Human Resource Development Centre.
  8. Celebration of International Literacy Day : A special talk was organized in the morning assembly to motivate the students.
  9. Students of MCD school were included in the rally to spread awareness about road safety.

Activities planned for 2018-2019

  1. Enrolment of 300 members in Literacy Club
  2. A proper syllabus for adopted students of M.C.D. school for vocational training will be prepared.
  3. Participation of M.C.D. school students in the celebration of Weeks like Literacy Week, Hindi Week etc.
  4. Literacy Week celebration in October
  5. Rallies and Nukkad Natak to create awareness
  6. Donation to M.C.D school as per the requirement
  7. Some sports activities will be included in our curriculum for MCD school students.

Session 2018-2019 will see a new hope for those people who want to be literate but cannot afford. Our school is committed to provide infrastructure and expertise to make their future bright. Although it would be a drop in the ocean but our endeavours would go on.


Aims and Objectives

Consumerism today has gained enormous ground in promoting a highly consumptive culture. Increasing materials and standards of living have made it crucial that children be equipped with knowledge and attitudes so that they can manage the role of a consumer and their exposure to commercial pressure. The objectives of the club are to educate the students of our school about the rights of consumers as provided in the Consumer Protection Act, 1986, to mobilize them by instilling in them the spirit of protection of consumer rights, to impart knowledge about the role of the consumers in protection of their rights and to strengthen consumer movement in the country. The club aims at preparing better consumers in future by sensitizing them towards various consumer issues prevailing in society. The club is determined to focus on the students and their parents to make them consumer conscious, be vigilant and wide awaken on all such consumer products that are detrimental and unsafe.


The club reminds the students that it requires more sense to spend than to earn .

Activities undertaken in 2017-2018

The club was able to inspire the students not only through speeches and discussions but also provided them with a platform to showcase their own views and ideas on consumer issues. The following activities were undertaken :

  1. Declamation on ‘ Consumer Protection / Awareness – Need of the Hour’
  2. Visit to neighbourhood areas to register complaints of neighbours
  3. ‘Go Green Movement’ that austerely focused on banning polythene bags in the school premises. The club monitored it on a regular basis and provided paper bags in place of poly bags to students.
  4. Teachers and students of the school followed CAR POOLING that saved fuel.
  5. Posters / charts / collages were made.
  6. Slogan writing
  7. Skit / Act an Ad etc.

Activities planned for 2018-2019

  1. Poster Making
  2. Power Point Presentation on Consumer awareness
  3. Slogan Writing
  4. Quiz
  1. Debate/ Declamation/ Speech
  2. Adulteration Check
  3. Radio show on consumer awareness
  4. Group performance/ Advertisements on Consumer Awareness
  5. Market Visit to check malpractices adopted by the producers/ sellers to dupe the customers
  6. Celebration of National Consumer Day on 24th December

Teachers and students of the school will continue CAR POOLING.


Interact Club is Rotary International’s service club for students. It is sponsored by Rotary Club, which provides support and guidance.

Each year, Interact Club completes at least two community service projects, one of which furthers international understanding and goodwill. Through these efforts, Interactors develop a network of friendship with local and overseas clubs and learn the importance of –

  • developing leadership skills and personal integrity
  • demonstrating helpfulness and respect for others
  • understanding values of individual responsibility and hard work
  • advancing international understanding and goodwill

The motto of Interact Club is ‘Service Above Self’ and it aims at creating among the students, a concern for community and making them responsible citizens of the country, bringing a smile on the faces of less fortunate .

Activities undertaken in 2017-2018

  • raised funds for charity by selling diyas and chocolates made by school children
  • donated dustbins to the vendors and also installed dustbins at prominent places in Naraina Vihar to keep the surrounding clean
  • celebrated events like World Elders Day, Leprosy Day, Armed Forces Flag Day etc.
  • organised Health check-up camps
  • organised Road Safety awareness activities
  • planted saplings in and around the school

Activities planned for 2018-2019

To inculcate in the hearts of young Interactors the virtues of leadership, forbearance and benevolence, the following activities will be undertaken:

  • raising funds for charity by selling diyas and chocolates
  • donation of dustbins to the vendors and installation of dustbins at various places to keep the surrounding clean
  • celebration of UN International Days
  • Blood donation camp
  • Health check-up camp
  • Organ donation awareness camp
  • Road Safety awareness activities
  • Tree plantation

‘Happiest are those who do the most for others’.


Mathematics is the language with which God wrote the universe . It is a great motivator for all human beings. It starts with zero but never ends(infinity). Mathematics is a subject that tells us that every PROBLEM has a SOLUTION.

Mathematics occupies an important place in school curriculum. The study of Mathematics not only helps in disciplining the mind but also acts as a catalyst in developing the power of thinking and reasoning which is the prime goal of every well-meaning individual.

Aims and objectives of Ramanujan Club are to :

  • create an easy way to learn concepts of Mathematics
  • develop techniques of critical thinking
  • learn numbers through play way methods
  • develop students’ interest in Mathematics through CAL ( Computer Aided Learning ) sessions
  • influence students to appreciate Mathematics and explore their hidden potential
  • find paths to introduce Mathematics in creative and innovative ways
  • help students with difficulties in Mathematics
  • explore students’ potential to become Mathematicians

Activities undertaken in 2017-2018

  • Conducted health and value based activities for classes III to X, every month.
  • Performed various activities in Pre- Primary and classes I and II through activity kits.
  • Organised workshops based on‘Vedic Mathematics’ for Middle classes and on ‘Basics in Mathematics’ for Senior Secondary classes.
  • Students participated in Zonal and Central level exhibitions with innovative models.
  • Exhibited various features of jamun tree i.e. business benefits, various products made from jamun and their uses, life cycle of a jamun tree etc. on Open Day.
  • Under the banner of ‘Clubs and Achievements’ we represented Mathematics Club in which various activities like smart questions, abacus ,Vedic Mathematics, teaching aids, Mathematical models, T shirt paintings etc. were exhibited on the Open Day.
  • To create interest in the subject and remove Mathematics phobia, Mathematics Week was observed in which there was a mass participation of teachers and students for activities like presentation of Mathematics, teaching aids, debates, quizzes ,rangometry,suduko, puzzles, Power Point presentations, skits, talk on Mathematicians,Mathematics relay race, solving Rubik’s cube and creating magic squares, Mathematical games, innovative projects on Mathematics and interactive sessions on Mathematics etc.
  • Conducted Mathematics Olympiads like I.M.O, N.M.O and G.M.O .
  • A Problem Solving Assessment (P.S.A.) test was conducted for classes III to XI in which I, II and III toppers were awarded with special prizes.

Activities planned for 2018-2019

  • to implement individual activity kits for Pre-Primary, and classes I and II to learn Mathematics in play way method
  • to organise workshops and weekly classes of Vedic Mathematics for Middle classes and Abacus for Primary classes
  • to take part in various levels of Mathematical exhibitions
  • to hold CAL sessions on various important topics
  • to organise P.S.A. workshops and tests for classes III to XI
  • to organise activities like Mathematics quiz, presentation of models, rangoli,poster making competitions ,enactment on Mathematical topics and character dramatization on Mathematicians etc.
  • to conduct activities on different Mathematical themes during Mathematics week
  • to organise a P.S.A.( Problem Solving Assessment) competition for classes III to XI
  • to organise Inter School competition in Mathematics Week
  • to take part in various Mathematics Olympiad and Inter School competitions
  • to organise outdoor and indoor games to emphasize and recapitulate certain Mathematical concepts
  • to make Mathematical comics through Scratch on various Mathematical topics for different classes



Energy Club allows the students to showcase their talents and concern towards energy conservation and various renewable sources. Students, parents and teachers are sensitized towards ‘energy conservation’ issues that confront each one of us , today. Students undertake various activities and present their ideas to conserve energy. The club motivates the students, the future of our country, by increasing their awareness and by initiating them to take their first step in Energy Conservation. Along with energy conservation, we also sensitize students about resource scarcity and effects of CO2 emissions .

Activities undertaken in 2017-2018

  • Our students participated in various activities such as Green School Programme, TATA Power Energy Quiz, Create to Inspire, Earthian and many more.
  • We organized energy conservation rallies to sensitize children and community.
  • Debates, presentations, models, posters, slogans, recitation and workshops related to energy conservation were regular features of our club.
  • Our students participated in Urja Mela.
  • We are closely associated with‘Tata Power Energy Club’ and undertook activities organised by it.
  • Our students made display boards on topics related to energy as a part of awareness campaign.
  • Class discussions on topics like ‘How and why we should save energy’ were also held.
  • Students were taught calculation of Energy (Electricity Bills).
  • Students participated in Poster making competitions organised by Power Finance Corporation Ltd. and the CBSE.
  • Surprise checks were conducted during recess period to ensure that no extra energy consuming appliances are on.
  • Each class nominated two Energy Monitors who ensured optimum utilization of resources in their respective classes.
  • Our students participated in PCRA National Painting and Essay Writing Competitions conducted by PCRA, in association with the CBSE.
  • Our students collected e-waste and helped in proper disposal thereby saving the earth from pollution.

Activities planned for 2018-2019

  • Organizing awareness rallies in the neighbourhood
  • Observing Earth Hour
  • Participating in PCRA and the CBSE programmes
  • Urja Mela
  • Inter House Competitions on Energy Conservation
  • Display boards on Alternative Sources of Energy
  • Optimum utilization of resources

Cleanliness and Hygiene Committee

We believe ‘Cleanliness is next to godliness’. The committee makes sure that right habits of cleanliness and hygiene are inculcated among our students right from their childhood.

  • Emphasis is laid on personal hygiene and clean surrounding. Students are guided to use trash bins.
  • We aim at reducing the amount of waste produced every day.
  • Turnout of students is checked on daily basis and is recorded in class registers and students’ diaries. It is a regular practice to check uniform, hair and nails of students. Defaulters are guided to do the needful.
  • Moral talks regarding clean habits are given to instil good habits among the students.
  • To support our honourable Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi’s initiative of ‘Swachh Bharat Swasth Bharat’, various activities are planned and executed to celebrate ‘Swachhta Pakhwada’ in the month of October.


‘It is not the honour that you take with you, but the heritage you leave behind.’

The programmes of Heritage Club are designed to involve students in various activities geared towards heritage awareness through craft, museum visits and conservation at home and at school. The club organizes events ranging from folk dance competitions to poster-making competitions and also Heritage walks. We are associated with INTACH (Indian National Trust For Art And Culture).

Activities undertaken in 2017-2018

  • Heritage walk
  • Folk dance competition
  • Poster making competition
  • Our students contributed articles for INTACH issues which were featured in its OCTOBER – DECEMBER 2017 issue.
  • Heritage Quiz was organised during Social Science week.

Activities planned for 2018 – 2019

  1. Heritage Walks with INTACH
  2. Heritage related competition for Abhivyakti 2018
  3. Heritage Quiz
  4. Power Point Presentations on Monuments of India
  5. SPIRIT OF NATIONALISM will be taken up during August where the following activities will be conducted:
  • Meaning of Freedom – Students will have an interactive session on what freedom means to them like ‘freedom means free from pollution’, ‘freedom is to be free from bad habits’ etc
  • Designing a Flag – Students will design a flag for their country with the same colours as those in the national flag.
  • Collage on National Symbols