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STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT THE FOOD IN DIFFERENT REGIONS OF INDIA

19-04-2021
The cuisine in India is as vast and wide-ranging as its multi-ethnic culture. Students of Grade 6 learned about the food items and the ingredients used in preparing these food items. They presented a collage wherein they pasted pictures of exotic dishes of different regions of India on a large outline map of India. Like, The eastern region of India consists of states like Bihar, West Bengal and Orissa. Rice is the staple food in the eastern region of India. Quite contrary to north India, where wheat is dominant, rice serves as an integral part of any meal in eastern India. 

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STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT THE GREENHOUSE EFFECT, ITS CAUSES & BENEFITS

19-04-2021
The greenhouse effect is the process by which radiations from the sun are absorbed by the greenhouse gases and not reflected back into space. This insulates the surface of the Earth and prevents it from freezing. A greenhouse is a house made of glass that can be used to grow plants. Students of Grade 7 are learning about the greenhouse effect in the chapter- Nutrition in Plants. Young Presidians presented a detailed report wherein they explained that -what is the greenhouse effect, what are its causes and benefits? They also wrote about the role of greenhouse gases, due to which the temperature of the Earth has increased considerably. The purpose of the enrichment activity was to generate awareness about how greenhouses regulate the amount of light, water, and carbon dioxide to grow the plants.

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SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON BAISAKHI AND AMBEDKAR JAYANTI

14-04-2021
Baisakhi is one of the most popular and important festivals celebrated in Punjab and various other parts of India. It is a vibrant harvest festival, and this auspicious day is important to the farmers as they offer thanks to the Almighty and pray for good crops in the near future. Ambedkar Jayanti is an annual festival observed on 14th April to commemorate the memory of B.R.Ambedkar. A special assembly was organized at Presidium by students of Grades 6 and 7 on a virtual platform to celebrate both Baisakhi and Ambedkar Jayanti. Students participated enthusiastically and gave an electrifying dance performance. The significance of the festivals was told by the students through speeches and enactments. Students also cited Ambedkar Ji's birth and his contribution in the framing of our Indian Constitution and also its application which is our future responsibility. 

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PRESIDIANS CELEBRATE THE FESTIVAL OF HOLI WITH EUPHORIA & JOY!

28-03-2021
Holi is the festival of colors celebrated every year. It is also known as the festival of love, joy, happiness, unity, and renewal. Presidium conducted a special online assembly to create awareness among children about the importance of the festival in our life. Holi is not only about colors and sweets, but it signifies the victory of good over evil, the arrival of spring, the culmination of the winter season, and it is also celebrated as a thanksgiving for a good harvest. In the virtual assembly, students brought to light the significance of the festival by delivering speeches. The recitation of the poem 'Holi has come' added fervor to the celebration among the students. To add glory to the celebration, the students were dressed in colorful attires, danced gracefully to the song of Holi, which led the audience mesmerized by their performances. The efforts of the students were praised, and they learned that Holi is the day to express love with colors and also implored them to play safe Holi by avoiding artificial colors which are dangerous for their skin. 

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WATER IS THE DRIVING FORCE OF NATURE, USE IT JUDICIOUSLY!

24-03-2021
World Water Day is observed on the 22nd of March every year; the main aim of World Water Day is to educate the importance of water to the whole world. Keeping this in mind, students of Presidium observed World Water Day virtually, wherein our proud presidiums from Grades 4-7  showcased their extraordinary talents in different ways. The assembly kick-started with English speech and Hindi speech wherein the students expressed the significance of water in our life, the importance of good hygiene, sanitation, and conservation of water. With the help of speeches, slogans, and flashcards, the students depicted the importance and proper utilization of water. Our honorable Incharges and teachers interacted with the students about hygiene and cleanliness in daily routine. They also highlighted the importance of water conservation in water-scant countries in the world. Teachers delivered an awareness talk on the issue of the shortage of drinking water and its contaminants. The assembly focused on reducing the wastage of water and highlighted the necessary improvement for access to water, hygiene facilities, and sanitation in all the countries.

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STUDENTS CELEBRATE MAHASHIVRATRI WITH A SPECIAL VIRTUAL ASSEMBLY

11-03-2021

"When you focus on being a blessing, God makes sure that you are always blessed in abundance."

The festival of Mahashivratri celebrates the grand Marriage of the lord of destruction, Shiva--with the Goddess of fertility, love, and beauty -- Parvati, who is also known as Shakti (power). To feel the verve of the festival, a Virtual Assembly on Mahashivratri was conducted by the students of Grades Nursery-3. The morning assembly started on a pious note with the prayer. The Presidians enhanced the significance of the occasion both in Hindi & English. Students talked about the significance of Mahashivratri by depicting the power and roles of Lord Shiva through the dance performance - 'Tandav Nritya.' Everyone has swayed away with the chanting of mantras 'Om Namah Shivaya,' which made the milieu holy and consecrated.

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PRESIDIANS LEARN ABOUT SIGHT WORDS WITH GREAT ENTHUSIASM

06-02-2021


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PRESIDIANS ENHANCE THEIR UNDERSTANDING OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF MAPS

30-01-2021

Students of Grade 6 of Presidium learned about maps under the Geography section. Taking it forward from their previous knowledge that a map is a representation or drawing of the Earth's surface or a part of it on a flat surface according to a scale, they further built the concept. They gained information about types of maps like political maps showing political boundaries, physical maps showing natural features, and thematic maps showing roads, rainfall, distribution of forest, etc. Students developed an understanding of conventional symbols of maps and presented assimilation of their learning through a class presentation on the topic. The concept
helped students understand how maps are a useful tool to study our large-sized Earth's complications in an easy way. 

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PRESIDIANS CELEBRATE THE 72nd REPUBLIC DAY OF INDIA WITH ZEAL

25-01-2021
Republic Day of India is celebrated on January 26 to mark the day when the Constitution of India came into effect. Presidians came together on this day to celebrate the 72nd Republic day in all its solemnity and grandeur. All the students took pride in glorifying and celebrating the spirit of unity. Presidians performed, celebrated, and gave a cultural treat in the form of speeches, songs, mono acting, slogans, and dances for the occasion. The students brought the celebration alive with their passion and love of the motherland through the English and Hindi speech followed by English and Hindi poems. The celebration reverberated with patriotic favour and enthusiasm by patriotic song. There were various other representations of the classical art forms in the different dances performed by the students, giving a glimpse of the diversity in unity of the nation and the Guard of Honour. Our esteemed guests and incharges in their address highlighted the significance of the day and made the students aware that the future of their country lies in their hands. 

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STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT BIODEGRADABLE & NON-BIODEGRADABLE WASTE

23-01-2021
Treatment of waste generated as a result of human activity is essential for our sustainability. Hence, it is imperative to know the nature of waste materials around us. Waste materials primarily are of two kinds - Biodegradable and Non-biodegradable waste. Students of Grade 4 learned about the segregation of Biodegradable and Non-biodegradable waste under the theme -Waste Management. The students presented a collage wherein they learned that the sorting of waste materials as biodegradable and non-biodegradable could help in reducing the menace of waste management. The purpose of the enrichment activity was to generate awareness among the students towards environmental protection. They were also made aware of how we can handle any environmental issue as an individual and at the community level. 

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NEWS AND UPDATES

19-04-2021
STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT THE FOOD IN DIFFERENT REGIONS OF INDIA

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19-04-2021
STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT THE GREENHOUSE EFFECT, ITS CAUSES & BENEFITS

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14-04-2021
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON BAISAKHI AND AMBEDKAR JAYANTI

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UPCOMING EVENTS

March 2021
Holi

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April 2021
Ram Navmi

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World Autism Awareness Day

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