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MAY THE YEAR AHEAD BE FULL OF INFINITE MOMENTS OF PEACE & JOY

01-01-2022

"With the new day comes new strength and new thoughts."
The New Year is a perfect time to bring about a change for the better. It signifies that the time has arrived to bid farewell to the by-gone year 2021 and to welcome the New Year 2022. To keep this in mind, we, at Presidium, conducted a beautiful event to celebrate the new beginning. For that, Presidians dressed up colorfully and indulged in fun-filled activities such as singing, playing games, dancing, and munching on delicious snacks, etc. Their breath-taking performances mesmerized all the participants and spectators too. Young explorers shared their New Year resolutions and prepared crafts to get their creative juices flowing. The possibilities were endless, as our confident learners created greeting cards and arranged gifts for their loved ones which is one of the fun and positive ways to cap off the year on a high note. 

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STUDENTS ENRICH THEIR VOCABULARY WITH ANTONYMS-SYNONYMS

27-12-2021
As grammar is the base of language, getting introduced to new sets of grammar rules, new terms, learning how to form sentences, etc. can be very taxing to many. Synonyms and antonyms can help remember the words you are trying to learn. Knowing many different synonyms and antonyms can help you diversify our writing. It promotes an increase in intelligibility, enhances the existing vocabulary, makes English learning a refreshing activity, tweaks their writing skills, etc. Learning a new vocabulary is actually fun to keep this in mind, we, at Presidium, conducted an activity related to Synonyms and Antonyms where students of Grade 3 solidify their understanding through the usage of enhanced vocabulary. They participated in the activities “Guess the correct word” and “Spot the opposite” with great fervor and enthusiasm. Besides this, our young learners have created informative posters for Synonyms and Antonyms. 

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STUDENTS ENHANCE THEIR UNDERSTANDING OF INDIGENOUS GAME

27-12-2021
India has always been rich in culture and tradition, and games have been an essential part of Indian culture since time immemorial. Indigenous games reflect aspects of our cultural values and behavioral norms and were used to reinforce them. Indigenous games are such a device - they teach healthy competition, mutual tolerance, and thinking skills for facing problems, and the attitude to accept defeat and show dignity in victory. Indigenous games still exist in these communities and the communities nurture them as an important part of their culture. Presidians of Grade IV learned about Indigenous games under the Social Science theme – Play. They explored regional games from around India’s different states etc., and made posters and spoke a few sentences about them. By playing these Indigenous games, students could connect with their heritage through sports, which had a deep, lifelong positive impact on them. 

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PRESIDIANS CELEBRATE THE SPIRIT OF SHARING ON CHRISTMAS

25-12-2021
This year, Presidium School celebrated Christmas online. Though the celebrations were held virtually, the students enjoyed every bit of the programme. Our teachers along with the students participated in the singing of Christmas carols that were posted daily for them, in a cheerful spirit. During the celebration, the students witnessed the joy of the day through various slogans, dance performances, Christmas carols and a short skit. The students shared the beautiful pictures of the crafts and posters made by them. The students seemed happy dressed up as Fairy/ Angel/ Santa Attires. Many of them sported their Christmas caps, some wore Santa Claus masks and were ready for the celebration. The teachers ensured that with the celebration the students should learn the JOY OF GIVING and were aligned to bring smiles on at least 2 poor people in their vicinity. 

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MATHS DAY: EXPERIENCING THE MAGIC OF NUMBERS AND PATTERNS

22-12-2021

“Maths is wonderful and magical! Pure mathematics is, in its way, the poetry of logical ideas."
We want our students to see that math is so much more than just answering a list of calculations or finding the area of the shape. Every year, India celebrates National Mathematics Day to commemorate the birth anniversary of Indian Mathematical genius Srinivasa Ramanujan for his substantial contributions to the world of mathematics. As a mark of respect and to get inspiration from his works, his contributions to the mathematics subject for the younger generation. In this regard, we, at Presidium, festively celebrated this occasion to create awareness about the importance of mathematics in day-to-day life situations and also to create students' interest in studying Mathematics. Our young learners have created beautiful posters and sceneries by using geometrical designs, they have crafted various masks using symmetry, participated in Quiz, and so on. Math talk and story narration were organized to understand the importance of numbers in our lives. Overall the event was informative for our young explorers where they found that "Math is everywhere!"

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PRESIDIANS HAVE SOME FUN WITH MATHS!

21-12-2021

"Why do children dread mathematics? Because of the wrong approach. Because it is looked at as a subject." - Shakuntala Devi
To make learning interesting and fun for students of Grade Prep, activities like joining the dots and matching the numbers with the number names were taken up. It was enjoyable for students to revise numbers from 1-70 by joining the dots and seeing a picture unfold itself before them. Working on a dot-to-dot taught our students' number order and helped with counting. Dot-to-dot games proved wonderful for improving hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills. Concentration and focus could be seen building up through working on dot-to-dot drawings. The students learned to match the numerals with their names and represent them with objects. Some of the students read the spellings while some spoke up confidently. It helped develop their understanding that the numeral has a name and that it represents a quantity. 

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PRESIDIANS LEARN ABOUT THEIR NEIGHBOURS & NEIGHBORHOOD

20-12-2021
Young Presidians of Grade-2 conducted a discussion activity on ‘My Most Visited Places’ under the TBL theme ‘Neighborhood’ where they learned about their neighbors and neighborhood, interdependence between neighbors, and identifying whom to contact in different situations. They curiously explored the buildings in the neighborhood, the significance of these buildings, and the people living in them, and their occupations. They took a tour of shops and places present in their neighborhood and further took it in art and craft and beautifully developed the skills of making a composition of their neighborhood. Presidians clicked their pictures in various nearby most visited places in their neighborhood and pasted them all together. They passionately completed the task and narrated their outline sketch prepared about their ‘My Most visited Places’ in a neighborhood with classmates remarkably well with beautiful charts.

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VIJAY DIWAS: SALUTING OUR BRAVE SOLDIERS!

16-12-2021
Bijoy Dibos or Vijay Diwas is commemorated every 16th December in India and Bangladesh to observe India and Bangladesh's victory over Pakistan in the War of 1971 for the liberation of Bangladesh from Pakistan. Remembering the Bravehearts, our soldiers for their grit, valor, patriotism, and perseverance, a special assembly was organized. Students dressed up in the colors of ‘Khaki’ and the atmosphere was electrified with feelings of patriotism and reverence. They also quoted some important sayings and wishes like ‘ They gave their today for our tomorrow.’ The soldiers who laid down their lives in the Indo-Pakistan War of 1971 were also remembered by observing silence for one minute. They were also informed about the outstanding soldiers who were decorated with various military honors like Param Vishisht Seva Medal, etc. The students were inspired by the soldiers and displayed their guns and our National flag, and shouted JAI HIND.

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STUDENTS MARK NATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION DAY WITH FERVOUR

14-12-2021

“Energy conservation is the foundation of energy independence.” — Tom Allen

Energy conservation is the effort made to reduce the consumption of energy by using less of an energy service. This can be achieved either by using energy more efficiently or by reducing the amount of service used. Young Presidians presented a special assembly on National Energy Conservation Day with the objective to drive mass awareness about the importance of energy efficiency and conservation. Students spoke about energy conservation and its significance with speeches, poems, motivational quotes and informative slogan posters stating today’s ignorance would bring a dark tomorrow. They discussed the measures that need to be adopted for energy consumption like by using LED bulbs, maximizing the usage of solar energy, using 5 star rated appliances and not using tube-light when the sun is bright etc. and doing a bit on their part to minimize energy consumption. Presidians wholeheartedly pledged to save power for a green planet for future generations and go green with renewable energy.

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STUDENTS ENHANCE THEIR KNOWLEDGE ABOUT TABLES

13-12-2021
Multiplication is one of the main mathematical operations which is taught to students at an early age. To Simplify the concept the students were given hands-on experience and learned that multiplication is repetitive addition. Our students of Grade 1 learned and practiced the multiplication tables of 2, 3, 4, 5, and 10. The objective of learning Multiplication tables is to enable us to learn fundamental knowledge concerning numbers systems, measurements, geometric figures, and the meanings represented in the figures. The students were involved in activities like introducing equal groups, learning equal groups as the foundation for multiplication, and the most natural way students begin interacting multiplication, playing games, building arrays and area models, Skip Counting, etc. They not only help in increasing the mental math skills of a child but also helps students understand different concepts better thus strengthening their knowledge of the subject. To add to this, they also play a vital role in boosting a child's confidence in their skills which will therefore help them later in the near future.

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NEWS AND UPDATES

01-01-2022
MAY THE YEAR AHEAD BE FULL OF INFINITE MOMENTS OF PEACE & JOY

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27-12-2021
STUDENTS ENRICH THEIR VOCABULARY WITH ANTONYMS-SYNONYMS

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27-12-2021
STUDENTS ENHANCE THEIR UNDERSTANDING OF INDIGENOUS GAME

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UPCOMING EVENTS

January 2022
Indian Army Day

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January 2022
Republic Day

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February 2022
World Cancer Day

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