Book Mark Activity
“There are many little ways to enlarge your world. Love of books is the best of all”-- Jacqueline Kennedy
The School’s Primary squad made lovely bookmarks for their best friends: BOOKS.
Inter-House Fancy Dress Competition (Classes II-III)
Delhi, Sep 25, 2021: An Inter-House Fancy Dress Competition was conducted on 25th September 2021 through virtual platform, Zoom. The purpose of conducting the competition was not only to blend learning with fun but also to develop confidence in the students by giving them an opportunity to speak in front of an audience.
Dressed in colourful attires, children of Class II depicted their favourite character with confidence. The zeal and enthusiasm was quite evident from their performances.
On the topic – ‘When I Grow Up, I Want To Be…’ students of Class III dressed up as Engineer, Captain, Soldier, Teacher… poured their heart out, giving vent to their emotions and desires as to what their aim in life was.
The competition proved to be a great learning experience for the students and gave them a platform to explore their hidden talents.
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Best Out of Waste (Class III)
Delhi, July 2021: The students of Class III performed an activity on the topic ‘Reduce and Reuse’ by making a utility item using the waste material at home like an old newspaper, plastic bottles, tin cans, ice-cream sticks, etc. Innovative ideas were used by the students to reuse the waste material at home. Students were excited to show their creativity and made beautiful objects like bookmarks, photo frames, key-holders, piggy bank, water dispenser, etc. This activity has helped the students to learn an important lesson of managing waste so that they can contribute their tiny bis to save our Mother Earth.
Sudoku Class Activity (Classes IV & V)
Delhi, July 3, 2021: Sudoku Class Activity was organised on 3rd July 2021 for classes IV and V. Sudoku puzzle is an excellent tool for building student’s critical thinking skills. Students use the given numbers to help them fill in the blank squares so that each number, 1 to 9, appears in every column, row, and block of the completed Sudoku puzzle. All the students participated enthusiastically and enjoyed this activity.
Value Education – Sharing & Caring
New Delhi, June 2021: The students of Class III learnt the value of sharing and caring through the awakening program sessions organised during Value Education classes. The sessions were based on a story and were interactive, thought-provoking, and enlightening. Innovative ideas used by the students made each and every card unique and special. The students shared their thoughts about caring for others and made beautiful Get Well Soon cards to show that they CARE.
Significance of Independence
Delhi, August 7, 2021: Independence Day reminds us of all the sacrifices the freedom fighters made to secure the country’s future. It was not easy for India to gain independence from the British Raj. Thousands of freedom fighters took part in the freedom struggle and gave their blood to gain independence.
To make these young learners, who are the driving force of the country, know about the significance of Independence Day, a class activity was organised on 7th August 2021. The students wrote a paragraph in about 100 words on the ‘Significance of Independence Day’ They also made beautiful colourful pictures to highlight the importance of this National Festival. The students enthusiastically and zealously participated in this activity.
Remembering Our Freedom Fighters
Delhi, August 7, 2021: Following the theme for the month - Patriotism, a class activity was planned for the students of Class II – Remembering Our Freedom Fighters, on 7th August 2021. It was such a vibrant day with students all dressed up in colourful costumes to represent their favourite freedom fighters. They spoke about them and shared their famous lines. The students had a great learning experience and gained confidence while performing.
Unity in Diversity
Delhi, August 7, 2021: The students of Class III joyfully participated in the class activity on 7th August 2021. They gave a presentation on different Indian states in the form of dance, speech, and music. Children made good use of virtual backgrounds, props and were dressed according to the tradition of the state. This activity helped the kids to nurture their talents and confidence.
Delhi, August 7, 2021: To make these young learners know about the significance of Independence Day, a class activity was organised on 7th August 2021. The students used Origami Sheets or old magazine papers to make things related to the theme – Independence Day. The students enthusiastically and zealously participated in this activity. They created unique and exclusive shapes and structures to showcase their finesse in papercraft. They made beautiful objects like lotus, tigers, flowers, peacocks, etc. to highlight the importance of Independence Day. The activity triggered their imagination and enhanced their creative skills.
Thematic Activity - Water
Delhi, August 2021: Students of Nursery and KG classes participated in special activities to throw light on the theme ‘Water’ in the month of August 2021. To begin with, they observed a demonstration of various experiments related to the properties of water. The practical hands-on experience was enriching and initiated curiosity amongst them.
A PowerPoint presentation on ‘Story of Water Cycle’ was shown to kids. It helped the young minds to understand the process of rain formation and recognise water bodies in nature. They also did freehand drawings of the water cycle. They observed the experiment done by the teacher - “How does it rain?”. They made cloud mobile as well. They did various activities like Ice painting, making ice Lollies, creating an underwater scene by magic painting, and making a collage of innovative ideas to save water.
The children were also engaged in a ‘Walking Water’ experiment to see the capillary action. They learned to make bubbles. They were overjoyed with the freedom given to them to perform the task independently and sincerely without spilling water.
To throw more light on the theme a stage presentation was also conducted where students presented rhyme/song conveying the message of usefulness and importance of water for all.
They wholeheartedly pledged to contribute in their ways for the betterment of the planet that we call home. It was a perfect opportunity for students to learn that water is life and they should treat it right.