PRESIDIANS CELEBRATE EASTER WITH A SPECIAL ASSEMBLY
Easter is the symbol of hope, renewal and new life. It is the time to rejoice and be thankful for the gifts of life, love and joy. Easter is celebrated by Christian fraternity to mark the resurrection of Jesus Christ. To commemorate the goodness of Jesus Christ and his will of doing good deeds for humanity, Easter Assembly was observed in Presidium. Our little Presidians of grade Nursery were dressed up as Bunnies and began the celebration with the Easter Parade. Students enthralled everyone with their beautiful dance moves. The cherry on the cake was the musical choir on the song EK TU HI BHAROSA. Grade 2 students enjoyed egg hunt activity in the garden area.
BLOCK ACTIVITY: PRESIDIANS LEARN THE CONCEPT OF ‘MORE OR LESS’
The students of grade 1 were engaged in their Maths class to compare the number of objects in two groups i.e. more or less. To compare items words like greater than, less than, or equal to were used. Building with blocks provides one of the most valuable learning experiences available for young children. Block play stimulates learning in all domains of development, intellectual, physical, socio emotional and language. Children were given blocks and were told to make towers using them to show more and less. They also made Alphabets using blocks and showed that small alphabets need less blocks and big alphabets need more blocks. Presidians were able to compare on the basis of their quantity. The creative blend of the students was appreciated while doing the activity.
PRESIDIAN CREATE MINI PUNJAB ON THE OCCASION OF BAISAKHI!
The vibrant festival of Baisakhi contemplates to be of paramount importance in India for varied reasons. Apart from its vital importance for farmers it also marks the beginning of Khalsa panth of the Sikh religion and beginning of The Hindu New Year. The look and feel of the school premises was that of Mini Punjabi. The school atrium echoed the tunes of Punjabi Folk songs. Our young presidians fascinated the audience with their Bhangra and Gidda performances. Students also shared the Importance of the festival. The electrifying looks of our presidians left the audience spellbound. The festival of Baisakhi was celebrated with zeal and zest at Presidium Dwarka 6.
PRESIDIANS ENHANCE THEIR GROSS MOTOR SKILL WITH A MAZE ACTIVITY
Creativity is thinking new things. Innovation is doing new things. Keeping this in mind our facilitators designed a creative and innovative activity for the students of Nursery, the Maze activity. Maze is an excellent vehicle to encourage pre -writing skills and gross motor development. It also enhances planning, eye-hand coordination, fine motor skills and drawing skills. Our Presidians exhibited their skills by helping Riya and her grandmother reach their home while walking on the path when it started raining. A huge maze was created on the floor which suffice our methodology of experiential learning wherein the students walked through the passage and solved the maze. Later a worksheet related to the activity was done by the students in their curriculum book.
MOTIVATING STUDENTS TO ADOPT HEALTHY HABITS ON WORLD HEALTH DAY!
Health is a state of complete harmony of the body, mind and spirit. To ensure overall development of the students, Presidium Dwarka 6 celebrated World Health Day with a special assembly. Pupils of each grade showed intense eagerness and enjoyment in conducting the presentation and gave marvelous performances. The students were sensitised to imbibe good eating habits and regular exercise. The students enthralled the atrium with their energetic participation in yoga session and zumba session.
A FUN FILLED WELCOME TO OUR YOUNG LEADERS OF TOMORRO
"School bells are ringing loud and clear; vacation is over, school is here” - Winifred C. Marshall
The first day of school is that time of the year when the hearts are filled with the amalgamation of happiness,cheerfulness,anxiousness and excitement. Following the Indian rituals our little Presidians were given a warm welcome by putting a tika on their forehead, as they walked in. The day started off with positivity,energy and enthusiasm. The physical zone was created at the arrival gate leading towards the atrium, wherein the students have to cross the hurdles, jump through the hooplas and balancing on the beam. The teachers were seen making students comfortable and cozy in their classrooms. Everyone was feeling excited and felt glad to meet their old friends, new teachers and a new schedule. The school atrium was divided into four zones, Prop corner, Selfie corner, Maze corner and Tic Tac Toe corner. Moving on the footsteps the students have to choose the corner of their choice and enjoy that activity. Later the students giggled around as the Magician showed some funny and hilarious tricks.The children danced together on the beats reminding all that school is fun. As the school bells start ringing let us look forward for a bright year ahead and make it productive and inspiring for our children.
TECH SAVVY STUDENTS OF PRESIDIUM SHOWCASE THEIR COMPUTER SKILLS!
‘Technology is just a tool. in terms of getting the kids working together and motivating them, the teacher is the most important – Bill Gates.
In this era of technology, computers play a very important role in our lives. The uses of Computers and Internet are growing day by day. So we, at Presidium Dwarka 6 facilitate first-hand experience on Computers through ICT as the main subject i.e. ‘Information and Communication Technology’. During the culmination of ICT, students explored their creativity and imagination by making drawings, posters and greeting cards in Tux-Paint. Students exhibited their computer skills by Formatting the text, Alignment of text, Inserting the picture and Cut, Copy, Paste options in Wordpad. They also made wonderful drawings in MS Paint. Overall the objective of the Culmination proved very fruitful.
YOUNG ACTORS ENTHRALL EVERYONE IN ROLE PLAY COMPETITION!
“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.” Albert Einstein
Role play helps children develop their cognitive abilities as it involves thinking, learning, communication and presenting oneself through using their vision. It also stimulates child's creativity as they take on a role for a new character and interact with different props thus enhancing their confidence. Keeping this in mind, Presidium Dwarka Sector 6 organized a Role Play Competition for the young leaders of tomorrow providing them with an opportunity to learn more about their role models and superheroes. The competition gave them an opportunity to act out that character as per their comprehension in a realm of possibility. Enthusiastic participants dressed up beautifully as famous historical characters, political leaders, Fairies and superheroes, mesmerizing everyone with their impressive enactments.
APPRECIATION DAY:MOTIVATING PRESIDIANS TOWARDS PROGRESS & SUCCESS
‘Next to excellence is the appreciation of it!’ Recognition of one's efforts and appreciation of one's deeds leads to an extraordinary self. To empower each and every student and to encourage their innate skills Presidium Dwarka 6 organised Appreciation Day for the students of grades Nursery to 2. Our certificates categorically motivate our Presidians under various categories like, Best dancer, Best orator, Most disciplined, Positive attitude, Best sportsperson, etc. At this tender age, students are being taught to strive for progress not perfection. All the best to the young and aspiring students for their future endeavours. Keep excelling with positive attitude!
PRESIDIANS LEARN ABOUT COMMUNITY HELPERS WITH A FUN TBL ACTIVITY
The students at Presidium Dwarka Sector 6 engrossed themselves in a TBL activity that revolved around the theme 'People Around Us'. Students were acquainted with the topic in which the significance of professions like teacher, doctor, soldier, cobbler etc. was put into the picture by organizing a culmination. Presidians dressed themselves in different community helpers and put forward their own notion of who a helper means to them. They were able to perceive that helpers make our lives better, keep our community safe and help it function in a better way.