SAVE TIGERS TO ENSURE THE SURVIVAL OF HUMAN RACE!
"Tiger is a symbol of beauty, bravery, strength, and Nationality so save the Tiger, save the Nation Pride."
Global Tiger Day, often called the International Tiger Day, is an annual celebration to raise awareness for tiger conservation. This Day is celebrated with the theme, “Their Survival is in our hands.” The main aim is to make people aware of the declining tiger population and conserving tigers globally. To promote this cause, our Presidians shared various reasons as to why the Lord of jungles is on the verge of extinction. The young Presidians talked about the project ‘Save Tigers’ and shared the tiger’s pivotal role in balancing & maintaining the ecosystem. They exchanged solutions through which we can protect our magnificent Tigers. They created stimulating posters to spread the message and help create a world where tigers thrive, not just survive.
PRESIDIANS CELEBRATE WORLD CONSERVATION DAY WITH ENTHUSIASM
Celebrated on July 28 each year, World Nature Conservation Day acknowledges that a healthy environment is a foundation for a stable and healthy society. To ensure the well-being of the present and future generations, little Presidians as responsible human beings participated in protecting and conserving nature. They found creative and interactive ways to celebrate the day which will make a huge difference in conserving the environment. They performed various activities like reusing jars and containers, making cloth bags or paper bags, replacing plastic bags, reusing paper and replacing the tissue paper with a hand towel, etc. They also pledged to plant a tree every month ensuring their friends and neighbors joined them for the same. The day not only sensitized the students towards nature but also encouraged them to save and protect Earth’s natural resources that are fast-depleting owing to over-exploitation and even misuse.
KARGIL VIJAY DIWAS: STUDENTS SALUTE THE BRAVE SOLDIERS!
"Salute to the brave martyrs who gave their lives for their motherland and its children."
Presidium firmly believes that nurturing the soul is as important as nurturing the mind. In a virtual assembly the students of Grade-5 commemorated the sacrifice of the soldiers who lost their lives in the Kargil war. To express their gratitude towards our brave armed forces, they danced and sang in praise of those soldiers. Overflowing with energy and enthusiasm, students were unstoppable. Their insightful ideas touched the chord of many hearts, and their beautiful recitals made everyone’s eyes well up. Through all these activities, they tried to thank our gallant soldiers for their incredible hardihood and defending our country with such selflessness. They expressed their pride in belonging to such a wonderful nation and thanked the armed forces for safeguarding it against all odds.
EID-AL-ADHA:STUDENTS OFFER SPECIAL PRAYERS FOR PEACE & PROSPERITY
On the occasion of Bakrid, a special assembly was conducted by G-6 students virtually. Eid Al-Adha the “Festival Of The Sacrifice” was celebrated highlighting the significance of the celebration through a skit which was well presented by the students of the G-6. The sacrifice of the goat being symbolic of the sacrifice of the ones that are dearest to the self. The Dance that followed the skit highlighted their awareness of the relationship between man & god. This was further explained by a student through a small narrative at the end of the show – a great way to share our culture – through school assembly celebrations.
STUDENTS CELEBRATE GURU PURNIMA WITH A SPECIAL ASSEMBLY
Guru Brahma, Guru Vishnu, Guru Devo Maheshwara, Guru Sakshat Parabrahma, Tasmei Shri Guru Namaha.
Guru Purnima is a ritualistic celebration marked to respect the guru- the one who leads you to the right path of life. A special assembly was conducted with zeal and enthusiasm by the students of Class VI & VII on the occasion of Guru Purnima by sharing thoughts and songs. This auspicious day of Guru Purnima was celebrated with great reverence, enthusiasm, and devotion. The special assembly started with a floral tribute to Goddess Saraswati and the lighting of the lamp. The students took great pride in convening the special assembly and thanked all the teachers. They also recited poems. The entire assembly resounded with approbation and veneration for the gurus.
PRESIDIANS OBSERVE MANDELA DAY WITH VIRTUAL ASSEMBLY
Nelson Mandela International Day is celebrated in many countries as a reminder of Nelson Mandela's achievements. In the honour of this day, a virtual assembly was conducted by Presidians of Grade-3 to know more about his life, achievements, and contributions to a better and peaceful world. They celebrated this day with great excitement. Students wrote famous quotes by Nelson Mandela in a creative way. They also tried to depict the work done by Nelson Mandela in the form of colorful posters. Students were highly mesmerized by knowing the heroic life of Nelson Mandela and learned how they can contribute to the world.
STUDENTS MARK WORLD DAY OF INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE WITH ZEAL & ZEST
"Equal justice under law is not just a caption on the facade of the Supreme Court building, it is perhaps one of the most inspiring ideals of our society."
World Day of International Justice is an international day recognizing the need to promote social justice, which includes efforts to tackle issues such as poverty, exclusion, gender equality, unemployment, human rights, and social protections. To remind everyone that it’s our responsibility to ensure the effective delivery of justice and redress for victims of the gravest crimes, Presidians celebrated this day. They expressed their feelings and said that there may be times when we feel powerless to prevent injustice, but there must never be a time when we fail to protest against it. They enlightened everyone with the significance of the day by drawing various posters. They unite all those who wish to support justice, promote victims' rights, and help prevent crimes that threaten the peace, security, and well-being of the world. They understood that courage is of no value unless accompanied by justice; yet if all human beings on earth became just, there would be no need for courage.
STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT THE PROCESS OF OBTAINING WOOL
An activity was conducted for Grade-7 students under the chapter 'Fibre to Fabric' in science to identify various types of wool produced by different animals. They identified the difference between Fibre and fabric and recalled the names of some animals that give wool. They also built an understanding of the whole steps and process of obtaining wool from animal fiber and learned the meaning of shearing, scouring, sorting, burrs, and rolling in detail. This activity also reflected on the uses of animal fibers.
STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT MESSAGE WRITING!
हिंदी कक्षा में हास्य विषय के अन्तर्गत प्रेसिडियम के कक्षा 3 के बच्चों ने बदलू सिंह नाई को संदेश लिखे व उनका प्रस्तुतीकरण किया । बच्चों ने अपने विचारों को संदेश के रूप लिखना सीखा | इस कार्य के अन्तर्गत कक्षा के सभी बच्चों ने प्रस्तुतीकरण के सभी आयामों का ध्यान रखते हुए प्रदर्शन किया व क्रियाकलाप का आनंद लिया ।
STUDENTS DEVELOP THEIR LANGUAGE SKILLS WITH WORD READING ACTIVITY
"Reading requires children to make meaning out of print. An important stage in learning to read is the mastery of 3 letter words."
Reading improves vocabulary and language skills; children learn new words as they read. Subconsciously, they absorb information on how to structure sentences and how to use words and other language features effectively in their writing and speaking. It helps them develop language and listening skills and prepares them to understand the written word. They need to know the different sounds in spoken language and should be able to connect those sounds to written letters in order to decipher words. To strengthen this a game Word Pops was organized for Grade Prep Presidians wherein students linked sounds with words. This involved thinking about what sound a word starts with, saying the sound out aloud, and then recognizing how that sound is represented by a letter. The aim of the game was achieved as children were able to see a letter and then say the sound it represented out aloud by decoding it & then blending the sound and spoke the whole word.