SOULFUL RENDITIONS BY STUDENTS ON NAVY DAY
Navy Day marks the Indian Navy’s Operation Trident that took place in the year 1971.Today Presidians of Dwarka - 6, presented an assembly on ‘Indian Navy Day’. The assembly commenced with the Morning Prayer, which is believed to bring peace and serenity to our minds and souls. Then speeches were given by the students to apprise the audience about Indian Navy Day. This was followed by a skit on the significance of celebrating Navy Day on 4th December presented by the students who were dressed as the Navy personals which was loved by the audience. Then students mesmerized everyone with their dance performance on a few patriotic songs. The assembly culminated with a soulful rendition of the National Anthem.
AN ARTISTIC WAY TO LEARN THE THEME- TEXTILES
Active participation helps to bring out the best in children when it comes to learning. In our endeavour to follow this approach, Presidium had planned another hands-on experience activity called 'Block printing on the handkerchief', wherein our young scholars of grade-3 were apprised of the process of printing on clothes in the subject TBL, under the theme-Textile. They applied a thin layer of paint on the blocks and then put the coloured side of the block on the handkerchief creatively. It was indeed a fun learning and enriching experience for the students.
PRESIDIUM CELEBRATES THE MOST AWAITED SPORTS DAY-THE INVINCIBLES
The much-awaited Annual Sports Day ‘The Invincibles’ was held with great zeal, excitement and frolicsome atmosphere. Chairperson Mrs. Sudha Gupta gave away the medals and trophies to our winners to boost their confidence and morale. The students entered into the spirit of the occasion in a grand way with the March past band followed by the oath ceremony administered by the sports captain. The program also included Indian folk dances, yoga, and drill performance.
RECAPITULATION ACTIVITY ENHANCES PRESIDIANS’ LEARNING ABILITY
Just like everything in the world, numbers too have number names. In math, numbers have names in words. To impart the skill of learning number names a Recapitulation Activity was organized for grade prep, wherein, students were given 3 sets of jumbled cards and were told to organize cards in such a way that numeral, number name and number of dot should come together. They also enjoyed the matching of number names with numeral which enhanced their experience of learning by doing.
STUDENTS COMPREHEND ‘PATTERN’ IN A PLAY-WAY METHOD
The pattern is an essential aspect of Mathematics as it helps students to develop reasoning skills. With this belief, we at Presidium conducted few activities related to Patterns and gave them hands-on experience with concrete materials. They formed various patterns with blocks based on colors, shapes, and size with ice-cream sticks and many more available resources. Then, they enjoyed playing the rhythmic clapping game where different patterns were practiced by clapping hands. This helped them to understand the patterns through sounds. All students were actively involved and participated enthusiastically, which helped them to learn and understand the concept in a play-way method.
PRESIDIUM TURNS INTO FAIRYLAND ON CHILDREN’S DAY
A special assembly was conducted to commemorate the contributions of Pt. Nehru towards the development of India. The students were made aware of the celebration of Children's Day. The theme of the day was 'Wonderland.' The school premises looked like a castle of a fairyland story. It was a day to celebrate childhood. The children of nursery and prep were dressed up in pink and blue conforming to the theme of the day. Various activities like an exciting magic show, passing the ball game, snakes and ladders, the fantastic tattoo corner, the colorful danglers corner, selfie corners were organized. The cherry on the cake was a bouncy corner where the students participated in these activities with great fun and enthusiasm.
PRESIDIANS CELEBRATE 550TH BIRTHDAY OF GURU NANAK DEV JI
Presidians organized a celebration on the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. The students participated to celebrate Guru Nanak Dev Ji's birthday by focusing on his message, that all are equal before God and should live peacefully with one another. They came dressed up as 'Panj Pyare' and told their significance in Sikhism, followed by a song for praising his teachings. They sang 'mool mantra' and created a peaceful and spiritual environment in the school premises. Through this celebration, Guru Nanak Dev Ji's teaching and preaching were told to students in an efficient manner.
PRESIDIANS GET ACQUAINTED WITH NEW CONCEPT OF LANGUAGE-ADJECTIVES
"I hear, and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand."-Confucious
Describing words make naming them and sentences more meaningful. By keeping this in mind, Presidium organized a 'Show and Tell' activity wherein students participated eagerly and were very passionate while explaining the traits of each object. They used different terminologies, such as an apple is luscious and delicious. It was a fun-filled activity to enhance confidence in students.
NATIONAL UNITY DAY: PRESIDIANS SPREAD MESSAGES OF TOGETHERNESS
"By common endeavour we can raise a country to new greatness, while lack of unity expose us to fresh calamities."-Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel
The birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel is celebrated as Rashtriya Ekta Diwas. His contribution towards the unity, integrity and safety of India were remarkable. A special assembly on National Unity Day was conducted in Presidium. The students were dressed up in the form of people from various communities to signify that the people of India are united and stays together for the prosperity of the country
PRESIDINS ADD SPARKS AND CHARM TO THE FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS
A clean and green Diwali was celebrated in school premises with festive gusto. The day started with the special assembly in the school atrium wherein the Ramayana was enacted by our talented young Presidians. Besides the speeches on the importance of Diwali, an enactment to celebrate pollution-free Diwali was also conducted. Throughout the day the students were constantly engrossed in various activities like decorating their classes, going to Diwali fare, preparing rangoli, diya and candle decoration etc. The event celebrations came to an end when students carried earthen lanterns wishing for glowing like light in the life ahead.