INTRODUCING THE THEME OF SEA WITH A MAKE BELIEF BEACH ACTIVITY
‘I never teach pupils. I only provide the conditions where they can learn’. - Albert Einstein.
We, at Presidium firmly believe in this philosophy. The only source of knowledge is experience and if we give our pupils a hands on experience it would be the best method to teach any concept. Students of grade 1 had a wonderful time while witnessing and playing at the artificial beach constructed at the school premises, as we conducted an activity to introduce the new theme Sea. The aim of this activity was to make students curious about sea and sea life. Through this outdoor activity, students could connect and enjoy imagining what it would be like at the beach and explored the sea and had a fun filled engagement at sea inspired pretend play like making sand castles, collecting shells etc. This innovative activity helped students enrich their mind and learn new concepts in a very interesting way.
PRESIDIANS LEARN GRAMMAR WITH SPIN THE WHEEL ACTIVITY!
"Grammar is the structure and sound of a language." Equally, we know that grammar lays the groundwork for efficient communication and enhance accuracy. With this thought in mind, Presidium Dwarka 6 recently conducted an interesting activity "Spinning the wheel". A simple communicative activity, it engaged students with an aim to enhance and strengthen their grammatical concepts. Students revised the concept of usage of A/An, Naming words, Action words, Opposites and sound of different blends. Each and every student received the chance to spin the wheel and they enthusiastically answered whichever topic got through the needle. The activity proved to be very enriching and fruitful.
PRESIDIANS INDULGE IN A FUN VOCABULARY ENHANCING ACTIVITY
We, at Presidium, believe in inculcating a strong relationship between letters’ sounds and symbols. Keeping this in mind, an Intra Class Spellathon Competition was organised under the Story Tellers Academy. The children were engrossed in various rounds such as spell them right, who am I ? & Let us arrange. The presidians were able to relate the letter with its phonic sound and innovate a meaningful word enriching his/her vocabulary. The day was observed with competency, learning spirit, enriching vocabulary and positive winning spirit.
PRESIDIANS DISPLAY THEIR PATRIOTIC SPIRIT ON REPUBLIC
“A Nation's culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of its people.” - Mahatma Gandhi
Republic day was celebrated with pride and patriotism at Presidium Dwarka 6. The festivities began with the Guard of Honour by the young aspiring Presidians, followed by the hoisting of the Tricolour by the revered chief guests Shri Anand Bansal, Director Dwarka Zone and Ms. Vandana Batra, Member of the Governing Body. The wonderful speeches and patriotic songs inspired one and all to do something for the motherland. The powerful and energetic performances unfurled the feeling of patriotism and love for our country. The school courtyard echoed with the cheers of ‘Jai Hind’ and ‘Vande Matram’. Towards the end, everyone took a pledge to uphold the honour, integrity, dignity and uniqueness of our nation.
YOUNG PRESIDIANS ENTHRALL EVERYONE WITH GRACEFUL DANCE MOVES!
“Nobody cares if you can't dance well. Just get up and dance” - Dave Barry
Dance is the means to communicate your emotions without really saying. Keeping this in mind Presidium Dwarka sector 6 organized an 'Intra class Happy Feet Dance Competition'. Our young flamboyant Presidians tapped their feet on folk songs representing various states like Gujarat, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Punjab etc. Students danced with full of fidelity as they created an atmosphere of euphoria. It was a delightful experience to watch students show great moves so confidently. The competition provided Presidians the first step towards becoming a dance maestro.
PRESIDIANS LEARN THE CONCEPT OF MONEY WITH A FUN MATH ACTIVITY
Money is used for buying different things such as toys, food, clothes or vehicles. Money is also used to get service from experts, be it a gardener or a doctor. Keeping this in mind a classroom activity was organized at Presidium Dwarka 6 wherein our leaders of tomorrow brought plastic coins and currency notes to learn more about the concept of Money. A shop was set up in class wherein students indulged in the practice of buying and selling goods and services. Through this activity students learnt about different denominations of coins and notes, and combine them to see how they can buy different items.
PRESIDIANS ENJOY THE CIRCLE TIME ACTIVITY, ‘CROWN OF FRIENDS’
Circle Time is a pleasant and comfortable time when the entire class comes together for reflection, enjoyment and celebration. A circle time activity, ‘Crown of Friends’ was recently organised for the students of grade Prep. They were encouraged to paste the photographs of their friends on their crown. Later on they wore those crowns and were also told to share about their friends. Students look forward to such activities as it refreshes their mood creating an atmosphere of happiness. Such engagements also enhances the confidence, listening and speaking skills of the students. Circle Time is truly a fun way of learning by being in the company of friends.
JOY OF CELEBRATIONS, SWEETNESS OF REWRI, IT’S A HAPPY LOHRI!
MATH WEEK: EXPERIENCING THE MAGIC OF NUMBERS AND PATTERNS
Math is all around us and it nurture qualities like power of reasoning, creativity, abstract or spatial thinking, critical thinking, problem-solving ability and even helps in developing effective communication skills. With this thought, Presidium Dwarka 6 recently organised Maths Week. students participated in numerous activities based on themes like important maths fact, contribution of Indian in mathematics, quiz and world of shapes. Students made attractive charts and models and demonstrated many important mathematical concepts in an interesting and interactive manner. Overall it was successful event which manifested student's interest in Mathematics.
PRESIDIANS CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS WITH GAMES AND CAROLS!
Soaking in the spirits of Christmas, Presidians celebrated the festival of gifts and Santa with gaiety. The atrium was festooned with colourful streamers, balloons and brightly decorated backdrops. A special assembly was conducted where in the students enacted the arrival of Jesus Christ. The dance performance on the carols "Jingle bells, Jingle bells" and "Spirit of Christmas" made everyone tap their feet.The game stalls and the Play-zone setup were an add on to the fervor of the festivity. The day was observed with great jubilation and contentedness.