Kalyan Vihar

STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT THE INDISPENSABLE ROLE OF WATER

28-12-2021

"Even the smallest act of caring for another person is like a drop of water, it will make ripples throughout the entire pond." - Bryan Matteo
Water is one of the basic necessities for every living being and we cannot imagine a life without water. It is the natural resource and the main constituent of our planet earth. To conserve water means- to save water by using it carefully, wisely, and by preventing its wastage. There are various ways to conserve water or minimize the wastage of water. Students of Grade 6 are learning about the conservation of water in the chapter- Water. They listed and described various activities to save water. They also presented a poster on ways of saving water. The collaborative activity was presented in the online Science module. The activity was to generate awareness as to how to conserve water because the amount of usable water on the earth is limited and there is a scarcity of usable water for various purposes. 

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PRESIDIANS CELEBRATE THE WONDERFUL FESTIVAL OF CHRISTMAS

25-12-2021

Christmas is the tenderness of the past, courage for the present, and hope for the future. 
Christmas is not a season, it is a feeling, it is celebrated to mark the birth of Jesus, who is the supreme lord of the Christians. It marks the beginning of the days of hope for those oppressed before the birth of Jesus. Christmas celebrates the spirit of joy and merry-making. A Virtual Assembly was conducted and Presidians celebrated the festival with great fervor. Everyone was dressed up in Red & White. The students sang melodious carols and danced beautifully. The boundless joy of celebrating the festival was visible on the faces of all. The significance of the festival was explained to the students by the teacher.

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STUDENTS UNDERSTAND THE GENDER STEREOTYPES

22-12-2021
Our society makes distinctions between boys and girls even while they are in the growing phase. Students of Grade 7 discussed prejudices and stereotypes as they delved deeper into the study of gender inequality that has been persistent in our society sinces ages. They talked about the societal mindsets that have bias towards both men and women. They shed light upon the need to respect individual preferences and break the stereotypes. Students till their late teenage years have very impressionable minds. It is during these years they pick their social cues and behaviour from their surroundings. There are different roles which are assigned to boys and girls to prepare them for their future roles as men and women. If from a very early age, we teach them the equality between genders, these boys and girls will grow up to be model citizens and the exercise was an attempt to instrument the objective.

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STUDENTS MARK ENERGY CONSERVATION DAY WITH ENGAGING ACTIVITIES

14-12-2021

"Use energy right, make the future bright."

Every year, India observes National Energy Conservation on December 14. It aims to generate awareness among the masses in India about the importance of saving energy. Information is given on minimizing energy waste and how the public can do their part in conserving resources. Essentially, the main objective of the day is to reduce the use of energy and to encourage people to use it efficiently. Presidians observed National Energy Conservation Day and presented their thoughts in the special assembly, about the need to conserve energy to build a sustainable future. They showcased poems and speeches wherein they talked about the various big and small steps that each individual can take to contribute to saving energy such as using LED bulbs, solar energy, using 5 star rated appliances, etc. In the end, they pledged a wholehearted commitment towards energy conservation.

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STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN ENACTMENT ACTIVITY WITH ZEAL & ZEST

11-12-2021
Enactment is the real way to teach children. Helping children to enact stories can be a fun activity and has the potential to work wonders for the mental development of the child. Keeping this in mind our little Presidians of Grade Prep Enacted the Story "हाय रे मिर्च"  in TBL under the Theme 'Food We Eat.' It inspired the students to think, work and enact creatively. A bit of voice modulation added to their amusement even more and promoted artistic excellence. They learned a lot through the process of exploring themselves and simultaneously relating themselves to others. Presidians enjoyed their characters and it was a fulfilling session. 

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STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF TRANSPORTS & ROAD SAFETY

26-11-2021
Transportation is the center of the world, it is the glue of our daily lives. To have a better understanding of the topic of transportation a virtual academic activity was organized by Grade 5 students wherein they showcased their hard work by creating different projects on highways, bypass, and expressway and explored to give us more information about the same with their advantages like Importance of highway transportation. A transportation theme not only teaches children about what different vehicles are for and how they work, but you can also use it to teach other important concepts such as safety when riding in a vehicle or walking. It's vitally important to help shape children and young people's understanding of and attitudes towards road safety, to help give them the best chance of keeping safe while they're young and as they get older. The class ended with extended learning and concluded with a better understanding that  roads are the arteries through which the economy pulses. By linking producers to markets, workers to jobs, students to school, and the sick to hospitals, roads are vital to any development agenda.

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PRESIDIANS PAY THEIR RESPECT TO GURU NANAK DEV JI ON 'GURPURAB'

19-11-2021
Guru Nanak Jayanti, also known as Gurpurab and Guru Nanak's Prakash Utsav celebrates the birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. The Presidians celebrated the birth of the first Guru of the Sikhs- Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji, with warmth and joy. The assembly began with 'Ek Onkar' and school prayer which was followed by an English speech and poem. A serene and calm atmosphere was created by the soothing Shabad sung by the young Presidians. The students apprised the audience about the principles and teachings of the pious soul, Guru Nanak Devji. It proclaimed that the essence of religion is an engaging man to constantly remember the divine at all times and at all places. The program concluded on a happy note with festive spirit and unbeatable excitement amongst the students.

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CHILDREN’S DAY: CELEBRATING THE PRECIOUS YEARS OF HAPPINESS

13-11-2021

"Childhood is about innocence and playfulness. It is about joy and freedom."

Children's Day (also called Bal Diwas) is celebrated across India to increase awareness of the rights, care, and education of children. It is celebrated on 14 November every year as a tribute to the birthday of India's First Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru also Known as Chacha Nehru. A Virtual Assembly was organized for our young leaders wherein they received heartfelt wishes from their teachers along with a series of activities to cater, amuse and entertain the children on this occasion. 

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PRESIDIANS ENHANCE THEIR KNOWLEDGE ABOUT MOTIONS OF EARTH

12-11-2021

Our Earth is a dynamic planet that is always in motion. Students of class 6 built their understanding of planet Earth as they studied the motions of the earth, which lead to seasons and day-night patterns. These motions are – rotation around its own axis and revolution around the Sun. Rotation means the movement of the earth on its axis. It rotates from the west towards the east. Revolution means the movement of the Earth around the Sun in a fixed path or orbit.
This movement causes seasonal variations in different parts of the Earth. Students shared various interesting facts about the impact of these motions of Earth-like, why is it summer in Australia during Christmas? Which is the longest day of the year and why? Why do we have 366 days in a year after every 4 years and many such intriguing facts were deliberated upon and students understood the natural cause behind all such phenomena? They presented their knowledge through diagrammatic display, which  enhanced their understanding of the concept.

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SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON NATIONAL UNITY DAY

28-10-2021
The National Day of Unity (also known as Rashtriya Ekta Diwas) is celebrated to commemorate Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel on his birthday, who truly unified the country. Rashtriya Ekta Diwas or National Unity Day was introduced by the Government of India in 2014 to be celebrated every year on 31st October. A special assembly was conducted by Presidians on the National Unity Day. The students shared their views on the significance of unity through various examples. The program started with impressive speeches and beautiful poems were recited on the theme emphasizing the importance of cooperation, team bond, and solidarity among ourselves for the betterment of society. The assembly ended with dances on the Regional songs. Presidians expressed the significance of unity through various quotes like unity to be real must stand the severest strain without breaking.

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28-12-2021
STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT THE INDISPENSABLE ROLE OF WATER

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25-12-2021
PRESIDIANS CELEBRATE THE WONDERFUL FESTIVAL OF CHRISTMAS

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22-12-2021
STUDENTS UNDERSTAND THE GENDER STEREOTYPES

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World Cancer Day

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