Kalyan Vihar

PRESIDIANS LEARN ABOUT MESSAGE WRITING WITH ARDOUR

12-12-2020
A message is a short piece of information that you give to a person when you cannot speak to him directly. The students of Grade3 from had a virtual academic activity related to the story 'Fun with Daddy' wherein they prepared a card for their parents telling them how much they mean to them. They penned down their emotions to make them feel special. They were taught first to write the receiver's name, the body of the message, and at the end, the senders' name. The simplest of words can help convey the deepest of emotions. Here, the students wrote from their heart. The activity turned hours of boredom studies into an event they would want to take part in.

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PRESIDIANS OBSERVE UNICEF DAY WITH SPECIAL ASSEMBLY

11-12-2020
UNICEF, also known as the United Nations Children's Fund, is a United Nations agency responsible for providing humanitarian and developmental aid to children worldwide. UNICEF aims to promote the equal rights of women and girls and support their full participation in their communities' political, social, and economic development. Presidium believes in giving our students opportunities and platforms like UNICEF to contribute their bit to the upliftment of society's underprivileged section. Keeping this aim into consideration, students of Presidium from Grades 1-3 started the assembly with a special prayer followed by a speech in English and Hindi. Few students spoke on the significance of the UNICEF LOGO. Slogans like - Right against Exploitation, Right to Education and the Right to Work were raised by children highlighting the need for the pandemic. The assembly concluded with a song emphasizing the main objective of having this assembly.

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STUDENTS ENHANCE THEIR KNOWLEDGE ABOUT TRADITIONAL SPORTS

05-12-2020
Sports occupy a vital role in our lives. It is one such activity which helps us in maintaining a proper physique and a positive mentality. Students of Grade 4 learned about the relation of sports with community, the impact of regional conditions of development of a particular sport, and the history of various traditional Indian sports under the Social Science Theme - Play. They were encouraged to expand their knowledge base beyond books wherein they researched various Olympic sports and traditional sports. Students presented the history, skills required, and achievements of our country in sports like Chess, Archery, Hockey, Football, Tennis, Malkhamb, Kho-Kho, and many others. The task not only helped them learn more about all these sports but also developed their interest in unconventional traditional sports.

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GURPURAB: PRESIDIANS LEARN THE RICH HISTORY OF SIKH RELIGION

28-11-2020
Guru Nanak Jayanti, also known as Gurpurab and Guru Nanak's Prakash Utsav, celebrates the birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. Keeping with the school's secular ethos, the students of Presidium organized a special virtual assembly to celebrate Gurpurab, one of the most auspicious religious festivals in Sikhism. Marking the birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the students prepared a medley of activities to commemorate and remember his teachings. The virtual assembly began with the Ardaas 'Ek Omkar' and speech. It was then followed by a poem invoking the teaching of Sikhism. Serenity floated in the air with the humming of holy hymns by the Panj Pyaras, and it paved the way for a very fruitful and productive day. 

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PRESIDIANS HONE NARRATION SKILLS WITH STORY TELLING COMPETITION

26-11-2020
Story Telling is an old but powerful method of enhancing a child's ability to understand and learn concepts faster. To renew and promote the art of Storytelling among students and enhance their communication skills, one such session was organized for Grade Nursery and Prep students. The objective was to encourage young minds to use their imaginative horses and develop the best of their creative skills. Students narrated interesting stories like The Value of Zero, Selfish Sid, The Golden touch, 5 Friends, and The Elephant's Nose, and adorned their acts with impressive props, making the performance more captivating. The competition consisted of five rounds, namely Spell Them Right, Identify The Image, Jumbled Words, Word Hunt, and Guess the Word provided them with a plethora of opportunities and challenges to showcase their knowledge in core areas of language learning through Listening, Speaking, Reading, and Writing. The variety and level of difficulty of questions steered the students to prove their proficiency and caliber.

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PRESIDIANS ENHANCE MATHEMATICS SKILLS WITH NUMBER NAMES ACTIVITY

22-11-2020
Number is a series of symbols that has a particular meaning in them. Just like everything in the world, numbers have a number name. Number name is the method of representing a number in words. Learning the names with spellings help the children to spell the numbers correctly. Keeping this in mind, an activity was organized virtually for students of Grade Prep wherein they had to match the numeral with its number name. The young Presidians learned number names in a fun-filled manner and participated in the activity enthusiastically.

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PRESIDIANS STUDY THE PROPERTIES OF AIR IN DEPTH

22-11-2020
Earth's atmosphere is composed of air. Air is a mixture of gases like nitrogen, oxygen with traces of water vapor, carbon dioxide, argon, and various other components. The students of Grade 4 are learning about various characteristics of air such as it has weight, occupies space, can be compressed, has the ability to move things, rises up when heated, and settles down upon cooling. The young and dynamic Presidians did captivating experiments to explore the properties of air. The hands-on activities helped the students to grasp the concept better. Students confounded their learning by quoting extended ideas to keep the fun going.

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PRESIDIANS HONE THEIR WRITING SKILLS WITH AN EXCITING ACTIVITY

21-11-2020
Creative writing is an art, it helps one express oneself better and has manifold benefits for a learner of the language. Grade 5 students learned about personal account or autobiography writing of animate and inanimate objects. Initially, they read the life story of characters like a frog, a bag, and a pencil. The exposure helped them understand the outline of an autobiography with essential components like physical appearance, background, important events, and hopes of the character from its future. Students further applied this knowledge and created personal accounts of various characters like a mobile phone, an umbrella, a peacock, a butterfly, a television, and a flower. Students etched beautiful storylines around their chosen characters and created engaging writing pieces of personal accounts. The exercise enhanced students' creative thoughts, encouraging them to employ their imaginations, suggest alternatives, and broaden their thought processes and problem-solving abilities.

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MEMORABLE CHILDREN'S DAY CELEBRATION DURING THE VIRTUAL CLASS

17-11-2020

Children's Day is celebrated every year on the birth anniversary of Jawaharlal Nehruji. Children's Day was virtually celebrated with full enthusiasm at Presidium. Out of many things that money cannot buy, the spirit of childhood ranks topmost! On this note, our young leaders celebrated the children's Day with unmatched fervour & zeal. The teachers organized & participated in a series of interactive activities and games that turned out to be the Day's attraction. Students also received heartiest wishes from their teachers through a video dedicated to the young stars, wherein all the teachers performed in their own special way like some sang songs. Others danced and gave beautiful messages through poems and quotes.

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DIWALI CELEBRATION FILLS PRESIDIANS WITH A SPIRIT OF FESTIVITY

12-11-2020
Lights illuminate every corner of India during Diwali, and the scent of incense sticks hang in the air, mingling with the sounds of laughter, joy, togetherness, and hope. This year, Presidians united on a virtual platform to defeat the darkness of disease and spread the light of joy and hope on the occasion of Diwali. The school dignitaries graced the virtual assembly. Students highlighted the festival's importance through speeches, poems, and slogans on pollution-free and green Diwali. In their festive mood, they didn’t forget that we must not encourage bursting crackers as they emit a lot of smoke, causing air pollution and employing child labour. The celebratory spirits were pumped as they presented a colourful and vibrant array of cultural performances. Dances and songs representing the spread of light and cheer followed, filling the mystical atmosphere with rhythm and symphony. Lakshmi Puja and Aarti were performed by families of Presidians online, spreading the message of having a socially distant and safe Diwali.

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NEWS AND UPDATES

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30-01-2021
PRESIDIANS ENHANCE THEIR UNDERSTANDING OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF MAPS

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25-01-2021
PRESIDIANS CELEBRATE THE 72nd REPUBLIC DAY OF INDIA WITH ZEAL

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February 2021
National Science Day

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