The plant is a valuable source of medicine and plays a pivotal role in world health. In sync with the theme "Plants" in a science subject, young learners reviewed the remarkable healing properties of numerous plants present in their surroundings. They examined different plants and their restoring values, for instance, Basil, Aloe Vera, Neem, Khejri, Kikar, and many more. They connected with the actual incidents while mentioning the benefits of the respective plants; for example, their family members provided herbal tea made with Tulsi leaves to cure cough and fever. They expressed their understanding of using Aloe Vera to treat skin and hair-related concerns. Presidians illustrated the usage of the various parts of the plants and created marvelous posters by quoting their medicinal properties. It was an enriching and informative activity as every student was exhilarated to participate.
Presidium School commemorated World Music Day with immense ardour. The virtual event started with Saraswati Vandana . Presidians of Grade IV and V presented a spectacular musical show with great enthusiasm and enthralled everyone by rendering melodious songs and piano recitals. Students were encouraged to come in dressed as their favourite rock star . Young performers had made their own percussion instrument sets by using different types of utensils. The celebration of music played a vital role in the overall holistic development of the scholars.
Yoga is a science of well-being and youthfulness. On International Yoga Day, Presidians strengthened their knowledge and learning towards yoga. Our budding Presidians showcased the flexibility of their body and mind by posing various asanas.
We all want a superhero .But the real and first superhero in our lives is our father who guides us always to make the right decision. . To honor their “Special Superheroes” our Presidians celebrated Father’s Day with a special assembly dedicated to them. The day was marked by speeches, dance performances, poster-making etc. Little Presidians did clothing twinning with their fathers and also did role plays to express their love and gratitude.
Grouping of numbers is an essential skill of creating sets of numbers of objects. It supports learning advanced concepts of skip counting, addition, multiplication, division etc. Keeping with the Presidium philosophy of learning by doing, Presidian of Grade Prep were taught grouping of numbers by various activities. They worked with clay, blocks, etc. to represent groups of different numbers 2,3 and 5. The engagement helped the students in understanding the concept. It also helped develop their fine motor skills and language skills.
Through a fun-filled and engaging activity Presidian’s of Grade II were introduced to the concept of Singular and Plural. They were encouraged to pick up words from their immediate surroundings and depict the conceptual understanding that is changing the word from one to many . Children beautifully showcased the concept using books, fruits, , dishes, stationery etc. The activity helped strengthened their grammatical base and enhanced vocabulary