Presidium organized a Science Week for students of grades 1-5 where the students were indulged in a plethora of activities. Lining ahead was Science - Out of the Box activity in which they explored the magical world of creative learning by performing various experiments like volcano eruption, air exerts pressure, magnetic force, etc. Continuing with the same zeal, a visit to the museum was also organized for all the classes. Presidians were dressed up as famous scientists and spoke about their discoveries and inventions. All in all, it was a fantastic opportunity to encourage our budding scientists to think beyond what meets the eye and develop an in-depth understanding of the mysteries of the world around us.
Preparing an advertisement for a product involves principles of management which includes qualities like creativity, imagination, capturing audience attention and what not. An Inter Class Ad Mad Competition was organized for Presidians of grades 4 & 5 to bring out creative geniuses in them. The students participated with full vigour and enthusiasm in this competition. Innovative Ideas, Creativity, Marvellous Presentation, Effective Punch-Lines were all very well reflected through their enactments. At Presidium, we believe that competitions not only inculcate competitive spirit among budding performers but also open up their minds to think out of the box. Excitement level of the children stretched sky high when they honed their skills. The competition not only showcased their acting skills but also impromptu their ability to use the cognitive skills. Children participated earnestly and everyone showed the will to entice the audience in the best of their capacity.
Human Rights Day is commemorated every year all over the world on the 10th of December. It is celebrated with a special theme every year to raise awareness and instil the importance of human rights in the minds of the people. This year the Human Rights Day was celebrated with the theme “Stand Up For Human Rights”. UNICEF aims to promote the equal rights of women and girls and to support their full participation in the political, social and economic development of their communities. Keeping this year’s theme of Human Rights Day and UNICEF Day, students of Presidium from grades 1-3 kick started the assembly with a special prayer followed by some thought provoking quotes. The students also performed skits on various topics like right against exploitation, right to education and right to work. The assembly concluded with a song called “We are the world” which highlighted the main objective of having this assembly.
Navy Day in India is celebrated every year to recognize the splendour, great achievements and role of the naval force to the nation. This Day pays an ode to the strength and bravery of the Indian Navy who won the Indo-Pak war in 1971. Under the Operation Trident, the Indian Navy attacked Pakistan Naval base on December 4, 1971. Navy Day was celebrated in Presidium Kalyan Vihar with a special assembly. A short speech emphasizing the history of Indian Navy filled the young hearts with ecstasy, pride and honour. It was followed by a song and a short quiz to enhance the knowledge of students about the Indian Navy. The observance of Navy Day raised desire in the young minds to opt Navy as a career and serve their motherland.
The occasion of Annual Sports Day Meet-The Invincibles was graced with the presence of our dearest Chairperson of Presidium School, Mrs. Sudha Gupta. The event also witnessed the presence of Mahabali Satpal Singhji-a well known wrestling champion as the Guest of Honour. Sudha Ma’am extolled the winners with certificates and medals and encouraged them to participate more in physical activities for wellbeing. Followed by various dance performances performed by students.
Presidium celebrated Guru Nanak Dev Ji's birth anniversary with utmost devotion and reverence. On this occasion, the students were dressed in colourful Punjabi attires which created vibrant aura. A warm welcome speech with a glimpse of the Sikh antiquity was delivered to enlighten the students about the historical background and teachings of Guru Ji. The students paid tribute to Guru Nanak Dev Ji by spreading his divine message of harmony, humility and equality through poems and devotional songs fostering sense of oneness i.e. God is one. Ardas rented a religious fervour in the air and the whole gathering. The function ended by the distribution of Kadah Parshad to one and all.