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STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT DIFFERENT DEGREES OF ADJECTIVE

22-07-2021
Students of Grade IV learned about three degrees of Adjectives: positive, comparative, and superlative for which they have created fascinating and spectacular crafts.  Students played games called "Comparatives Chain game, and My Family." For that, pupils first introduced themselves by describing qualities. They brainstorm and elicited some comparative adjectives about their family members such as older, younger, taller, shorter, funnier, etc. These activities are a great way to review family vocabulary while teaching comparatives and superlatives. Our confident scholars exhibited great enthusiasm while offering multiple instances for comparisons, which depicted their robust understanding of the same. These were entertaining activities for young Presidians to help them to comprehend degrees of comparison better. 

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STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN TELEPHONE MAKING WITH SHEER ZEAL

20-07-2021
Learning is not about remembrance of conception; it’s about a pupil's acquaintance with the surroundings and how they apply their knowledge. To make our Presidians linked to the theme ‘Communication we organized an astonishing ‘Telephone Making Activity’ for grade 3. In this activity, students created a telephone using plastic glasses and thread. For creating a telephone they had to jab holes in the bottom of the glasses followed by inserting the thread through the holes and knotting them. They experienced the sound waves when they pulled the string straight and tried to hear their parents' sound from one end of the glass to another. It was truly an endowed experience for them as they learned about the history of communication through the telephone. The activity turned out to be exceptionally fruitful, and our students created their telephones passionately. 

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PRESIDIANS REMEMBER THE TEACHINGS OF NELSON MANDELA

18-07-2021
On 18th July, the International Day of Nelson Mandela is celebrated in honor of Nelson Mandela. Mandela Day is an occasion for all to take action and inspire change. Nelson Mandela devoted his life to the service of humanity — as a human rights lawyer, a prisoner of conscience, an international peacemaker, and the first democratically elected president of a free South Africa and is referred to as Mahatma Gandhi of South Africa. To make our young Presidians aware of the legendary figure the day was observed with zeal, and students were sensitized towards global issues like equality, racism, human rights, dignity, and generosity, etc. Our striving Presidians were motivated to imbibe these traits in them. They presented Powerpoint Presentations of Mandela’s pictures from childhood to adulthood. They even discussed the contribution and achievements of Mandela and passionately shared the quotes given by him in the virtual assembly. 

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PRESIDIANS MARK WORLD YOUTH DAY WITH SPECIAL ASSEMBLY

13-07-2021

“THE MORE WE GIVE IMPORTANCE TO SKILL DEVELOPMENT, THE MORE COMPETENT WILL BE OUR YOUTH.” - NARENDRA MODI

Youth is the perspective of this world and to shape a world of delusion, the youth must emerge, act and put their skills to use in building a conclusive society. Keeping this aim in mind, students of grade 3 Presidium celebrated World Youth Skills Day which is noticeable to raise alertness about Youth Skill Development and bettering the conditions for the youth in case of unemployment or underemployment. The students conducted a special assembly wherein they laid a spotlight on the strength of the Youth and how brushing up their skills would go a long way in transforming the world. The teachers shared valuable insight into the skill India Programme initiated by our honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi. An array of performances such as speeches, and quotations by the students remarkably presented the theme of the year which is ‘Skills for a Resilient Youth.’

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STUDENTS ENHANCE THEIR HINDI LANGUAGE SKILLS!

12-07-2021
किसी नई अवधारणा को समझाने हेतु बच्चों के पूर्व ज्ञान का पता लगाना आवश्यक है । यह भी ज़रूरी है की उनको अवधारणा के बारे में भूमिका बाँधी जाए । पूर्व पठन गतिविधि किसी भी विषय से पहले ली जाती है । ये  गतिविधियां शिक्षिका को बच्चों के विषय ज्ञान से अवगत कराती है । गतिविधियों द्वारा शिक्षण - अधिगम की प्रक्रिया को रोचक और सरल बनाया जाता है । कक्षा प्रेप के छात्रों के साथ अक्षर 'क ' की पूर्व पठन गतिविधि ली गई जिसमें छात्रों से पक्षियों के बारे में पूछा गया । चर्चा में छात्रों ने बताया कि उन्होंने कौन कौन से पक्षी देखना है और उसकी पहचान कराई गई । इस गतिविधि से छात्रों के भाषा कौशल , श्रवण कौशल का विकास हुआ । उनके शुद्ध उच्चारण और एकाग्रता पर ध्यान दिया गया। छात्रों को अपने विचारों को अभिव्यक्त करने के लिए प्रोत्साहित किया गया । इस से उनके वाचन कौशल को भी बढ़ावा मिला । बच्चों ने पक्षियों के नाम जाने और उस पर बातचीत करी कि उन्होंने कौन से पक्षी कहाँ देखा है, उनके घर का आस पास कौन से पक्षी नज़र आते है, जैसे कौआ और कबूतर, इत्यादि ।विद्य

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STUDENTS LEARN THE ART OF SHARING THEIR FEELINGS

06-07-2021

“Feelings are much like waves, we can’t stop them from coming, but we can choose which one to surf.” – Jonathan Martensson

Feelings and emotions are a gift to us and one of the things that makes humans different from other species. To make our students understand the importance of expressing themselves, a topic related to ‘feelings’ under Lifeskills was taken up with Students of Grade 2. Students understood that it is very natural to feel happy or sad, angry or scared! It is also important for them to think about why they feel in a certain way. If they think about what it is that makes us feel like we do, we can then try to control our reactions. Students shared their feelings with peer group, and teachers with ease. There followed a fruitful discussion on anger management and managing their feelings especially in the difficult times of Covid, when students were not able to play outside, share with friends, general feeling of being bored, and productive utilization of time at home. 

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STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT THE DIFFERENT WAYS OF PRESERVING FOOD

05-07-2021
While humans require food all year, many factors affecting food availability are beyond their control, such as climate and natural life processes, so food preservation is required to ensure the quality and longevity of food. In the subject PBL, under the theme Food Preservation, students of Grade 5 participated in finding ways to preserve food items, ranging from early methods of salting, pickling, and dehydration to more recent pasteurization techniques, food additives, etc. and freezing. Prior to exploring, students were first engaged in observing and predicting what happens to the various food items over time, such as What changes did they notice? What were the environmental conditions (light, heat, and water) that affected food? Subsequently, students were encouraged to conduct interviews with their parents and grandparents as well as gather information on Google to investigate food preservation methods. This project was perfect for assisting our fifth-grade students in exploring scientific methods of research on Food Preservation methods. 

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STUDENTS EXPAND THEIR HINDI VOCABULARY WITH FUN ACTIVITY

03-07-2021
भाषा, व्यक्ति-जाति-समाज की अभिव्यक्ति का साधन होती है। हिन्दी विश्व की एक प्रमुख भाषा है एवं भारत की राजभाषा है। हिन्दी में अनेक प्रकार की मात्राओं और शब्दों का उपयोग किया जाता है| कुछ शब्दों को पूरा करने के लिए हम मात्राओं का उपयोग करते है| आज हमारे कक्षा एक के छात्रों ने उ और ऊ के शब्दों का अभ्यास बड़ी ही सुंदरता से प्रस्तुत किया है | कक्षा एक के छात्रों ने अक्षर उ और ऊ के शब्दों को बड़ी खूबसूरती के साथ चार्ट और फ्लैश कार्ड के माध्यम से बताने का प्रयास किया है| छात्रों ने आवाज़ को पहचांकर अलग अलग शब्द बताए और उन शब्दों को लिखकर प्रस्तुत किया| शक्षिका ने  वड़े ही रोमांचित तरीके से छात्रों को उ एवं ऊ के उच्चारण में अंतर जताते हुए एक गतिविधि करवाई | इसके अंतर्गत शक्षिका ने वताया कि वडी मात्रा वाले शव्द  का उच्चारण मुख से होता है और छोटी मात्रा वाले  शव्द का उच्चारण पेट से होता है. खेल ही खेल में छात्रों ने इसका अंतर ही सीख लिया| 

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STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT THE MEDICINAL VALUES OF PLANTS

03-07-2021
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. 

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THANKING THE REAL HEROES ON NATIONAL DOCTORS’ DAY!

01-07-2021

"Medicines cure diseases, but only doctors can cure patients"- Carl Jung

A doctor is bestowed with an eye to see and treat weakness in mankind. He is the one who can give us hope when we are in doom. On the occasion of National Doctors’ Day, young Presidians expressed heartfelt gratitude to all the Doctors worldwide for serving happiness by protecting the lives of people. In the current pandemic scenario, teachers sensitized the students towards the endless efforts made by the entire medical fraternity to serve the entire nation as medical warriors and superheroes risking their lives day and night for humankind. Presidians extended sincere and profound appreciation to the noblest profession by passionately participating in writing slogans, making posters, role-plays as doctors, thank you card making for saviors, mask-making activities, etc. The day was addressed as 'An attitude of earnest gratitude' by the leaders of tomorrow. 

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NEWS AND UPDATES

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23-09-2021
STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT THE CLASSIFICATION OF ANIMALS

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