PRESIDIANS SHOWCASE THEIR TECHNIQUE AT TAEKWONDO BELT TEST EVENT!
Getting a new stripe or belt is a sign of your continued proficiency in Taekwondo and is a recognition of your efforts. Keeping this in mind, Taekwondo upgradation belt test was conducted in Presidium Dwarka 6 in collaboration with International Taekwondo Federation (ITF). It is an annual event wherein the students showcased their nimbleness through the physical demonstrations and viva. The impeccable performance of the presidians left the instructors dumbstruck. The lively performances of the students promoted them to the next level. Our ambitious Presidians shine out with indomitable spirit of confidence, self esteem and discipline .
PICTURE READING: PRESIDIANS GIVE WORDS TO THEIR IMAGINATION
‘Reading is dreaming with open eyes’. It gives words to the imagination and empowers the creative skills. To ignite the spark of reading in our young Presidians, a picture reading competition was organised in Presidium Dwarka 6, for the students of grade Nursery and Prep. The objective behind the competition was to enhance the confidence & expression, decoding skills and vocabulary enrichment in our students with their infinite imagination. The teacher showed picture and the pupils used their imaginary skills and portrayed them creatively with their words. Then they were assessed on the basis of their comprehension, vocabulary and expression. The little ones were very enthusiastic during the competition. It was fun to witness our Presidians presenting the pictures in their wonderful words.
PRESIDIANS LEARN THE TECHNIQUES OF MEASUREMENT WITH FUN ACTIVITY
What is to be taught should have a direct relationship with the actual happening in life." - Johan Dewey.
Mathematics is the science of measurement, quantity and magnitude. It dispenses with the quantitative aspects of our life and knowledge. With this belief, we at Presidium organized an activity linked to the concept of Measurement, with an aim to apprise our students about the various measurement techniques and tools using non- standard units (such as hand-span, pencil, book, notebook and other things available from the immediate environment). Pupils were exposed to different objects and measuring tools, to figure out the length, weight, capacity and time. The activity was indeed an enriching experience for the young scholars as they gained knowledge through a number of constructive and interesting hands-on experiences.
SOWING ACTIVITY: PRESIDIANS ENJOY A HANDS ON LEARNING EXPERIENCE
We learn great things by little experience. An interesting outdoor activity was organised for our young Presidians wherein they indulged in sowing seeds as part of the experiential learning which focuses on the theory and practice of experiential education and environmental education. Students from grade Nursery had a great time having the ‘hands on experiencing’ at the sowing seeds activity. Our enthusiastic tiny tots gathered in the garden area with the necessary material like small pots, seeds, soil, spoons to fill seed cups, water, etc. With this activity our Presidians developed the sense of team work and belongingness towards nature. The activity taught them to be responsible as they learned to care of their plants!
KAUN BANEGA CLUB CHAMPION: A FUN QUIZ ON GK AND CURRENT AFFAIRS!
Reading the newspaper keeps up abreast of current affairs and enhances our knowledge. Keeping this in mind an activity 'Kaun Banega club champion' was recently organised at Presidium Dwarka. The class was divided into six groups and each group was provided with the lifelines like ask the expert, Need a clue. The questions were based on the current affairs and General knowledge. Students answered all the questions with all their wit and vigor. Overall it was an amazing activity which catapulted students' knowledge to a different level.
CELEBRATING MAHASHIVRATRI WITH DEVOTION AND SOLEMNITY!
Shivratri is a pious Hindu festival being celebrated in reverence to Lord Shiva. Presidium Dwarka 6 observed the festival with great fervor and gaiety in the school atrium. The sacred mantra of Shiva "OM NAMAH SHIVAY" was chanted to begin the celebration. The children gave introductory speeches on the importance of Shivratri. The students of all the grades were dressed up in beautiful attires and performed on the tunes of Namo Namo, gharwali folk dance and Kaun hai woh Kaun hai. Few students were also dressed up as Shiv Parivar. The assembly concluded with the Shiv Aarti.
CIRCLE TIME: PRESIDIANS LEARN ABOUT GOOD EATING HABITS
‘Most learninga happen in group; collaboration is the stuff of growth!’
With this belief, we at Presidium, conduct group activities for better understanding, learning and result. Circle time is one such activity wherein students interact with each other and enhances one's listening and speaking skills. Presidians were engaged in ‘Good Eating Habits’ activity and were sensitised towards personal hygiene and table manners. The school meal is used as a pedagogical tool for teaching table manners, food culture, nutrition and healthy eating habits. To make this activity innovative and enjoyable restaurant set up was created in the Nursery class. It was a fun learning experience for the young Presidians!
SPECTACULAR PERFORMANCES AT THE PRESIDIUM FUTURE FEST 2019!
The two day long gala event, Future Fest 2019, held at Siri Fort Auditorium on 16th & 17th February saw some of the most entertaining and spectacular performances by our young leaders of tomorrow. It was a celebration of the genius, skill, ideas, passion, craft and talents of our young Presidians. The event began with a soulful rendition of Ganesh Vandana followed by performances on various social issues and a tribute to our brave soldiers. The enthusiasm and energy of the young performers could be felt in the auditorium as the audience cheered for the Presidians.
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PRESIDIANS SHOWCASE THEIR UNDERSTANDING OF THE THEME ‘TRAVEL’
Theme Based Learning (TBL) is a powerful instructional method that makes concepts easy to comprehend. It uses real life experiences in such a manner, that children easily immerse themselves in learning. Each theme ends with culmination, in which children showcase their learning to their parents, teachers or classmates. Students of grade 2, recently culminated the theme 'Travel'. They demonstrated their understanding of the various concepts covered under this theme; such as essential things for travelling, various purposes of travel, information òn tickets, different modes of transport etc. They shared their experience of various visits and journeys. This theme gave them an opportunity to recall their journey and events that happened while travelling. Students were able to build the understanding that the cost of tickets, facilities offered distance and time taken are the factors that influence the means and modes of travel. Students culminated this theme by showing their photo albums to their friends, making a collage, drawing their dream vehicle and shared about with it in the class.
TBL THEME CELEBRATIONS: LEARNING ABOUT THE FESTIVALS OF INDIA
“The more you praise and celebrate your life, the more there is in life to celebrate.” - Oprah Winfrey
Students of grade 1 conducted a Culmination activity of Theme Based Learning on the topic ‘Celebration’. Celebrations are a brilliant and joyful way to teach children about the moral, ethical and social values of life and to be together with kin and friends, learn about rituals, food, decoration and having endless fun. The greatness of a culture can be found in its festivals. It is a happy feature that in India we share the pleasures of celebrating festivals of several communities. So our budding Presidians got the opportunity to present information about religious festivals like Diwali, Holi, Rakshabandhan, Eid, Gurunanak Jayanti and National festival like Republic Day, Independence Day etc and thus cemented the spirit of national integration too. They were delighted to make Rangolis and had a lot fun as they enacted skits on different occasions. It was a great learning experience for students.