PRESIDIANS LEARN ABOUT THE DIFFERENT FEATURES OF SOIL
Young children love dirt, mud, and everything in between! Students are naturally curious about soil, and most young scientists are delighted when they have the opportunity to get dirty. Presidium focuses on giving a platform to students to enhance their knowledge through Experiential Learning. Students of Grade 1 were made aware of the importance and use of soil under the 'Soil' theme in the TBL subject. Firstly, they learned the texture, color, availability, and other soil features. They also learned about things made up of soil such as pots, idols, utensils, etc. They enjoyed and made several objects and shapes with sand and clay too. They learned various uses of soil and the occupations related to it. Students not only got an understanding of the soil, and also learned how to take care of plants too.
PRESIDIANS ENHANCE THEIR KNOWLEDGE ON WORLD TOURISM DAY
World Tourism Day is commemorated each year on 27 September to foster awareness among the global community of tourism's social, cultural, political, and economic value. Presidium students from Grade Nursery to 2 celebrated 'World Tourism Day' wherein the students showcased India's different tourist destinations. Due reverence towards foreign tourists in our country, the importance of maintaining the monuments, keeping the surroundings clean was well-discussed with students who were sensitized to honor and preserve their mother earth. The students spoke about the country or state they were representing, displaying the region's famous tourist spots and all the other students had to guess the place to which they belonged. A video on World Tourism Day enabled students to comprehend the relevance of visiting different places in India and abroad, stimulating tourism to regulate imagination with reality.
PRESIDIANS CELEBRATE INTERNATIONAL PEACE DAY WITH FERVOUR
It has been rightly said, "Helping hands and loyal beings can shape a world of Peace and Harmony."
International Day of Peace, or "Peace Day," was established in 1981 by the United Nations and is celebrated every year on September 21st. It provides a globally observed date for all humanity to commit to peace despite differences and work together for a more unified, tolerant, and compassionate global culture. The students of Presidium celebrated peace Day by making peace posters before the Peace Day commenced and decorated them. This activity instilled in them the life-skill of collaboration, cooperation. The students' activities promoted a harmonious spirit and ignited the energy to shape a peaceful world and instill labour dignity as an essential virtue.
PRESIDIANS BOOST THEIR VOCABULARY WITH FUN ACTIVITY!
Grade Prep students of Presidium took an opportunity to show their understanding of 'sh' words in an innovative way, through an activity. They shared different words starting from sh like- sheep, shoes, etc. and pasted the same on a chart paper. They made a chart with colourful things that build their understanding of the letter 'sh,' and it's sound. The activity holds students' interest and curiosity to learn the letter and its sound in a very interesting and simpler way. The reflection of the activity was visible when students demonstrated their charts along with beautiful pictures.
PRESIDIANS OBSERVE WORLD OZONE DAY WITH INFORMATIVE ACTIVITIES
Every year, the 16th September is observed as the International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer. To create awareness amongst the young students who will be the citizens of tomorrow, Presidians observed this day with full zeal and enthusiasm. To mark the importance of the day, students were involved in various activities such as slogan writing & created beautiful Posters. These activities gave the students an insight into the importance of the ozone layer and the need to protect this fragile shield of gas, which protects the Earth from the harmful Ultraviolet radiation. In all, it was a good learning experience for young Presidians.
हिंदी दिवस पर किया विद्यार्थियों को हिंदी भाषा के प्रति जागरूक
हमारी मातृ-भाषा, राजभाषा, जन-जन की प्यारी भाषा हिंदी को जब विद्यार्थी इतने प्रेम और उत्साह से पढ़ते हैं तो मन प्रफुल्लित हो उठता है, झूम उठता है। हिन्दी के महत्व को नज़र रखते हुए तथा छात्रों में उत्सुकता बढ़ाने के लिए प्रिसीडियम स्कूल की कक्षा एक के छात्रों ने हिंदी दिवस मनाया । स्पेशल असेम्बली द्वारा हिंदी महत्व को दर्शाया गया । राष्ट्रभाषा का गौरव और बढ़ाने के लिए, प्रीसिडियम में हिन्दी दिवस पर हिंदी विषय से संबंधित अध्यापिका द्वारा ऑनलाइन कक्षा में अनेक प्रकार की मनोरंजक गतिविधियाँ करवाई गईं जैसे बताओ कौन हूँ मैं, फलों के नाम , रंगों और सब्जियों के नाम, समान तुक वाले शब्द, दोहे । विद्यार्थियों ने इन रचनात्मक गतिविधियों में बढ़-चढ़ कर हिस्सा लिया| इस गतिविधि के साथ एक और गतिविधि करवाई गई जिसमे बच्चों ने अक्षरों का खेल पिटारा (फ़्लैश कार्ड) की मदद से मात्राओं, स्वरों और व्यंजनों को जोड़कर वाक्य बनाए। इस गतिविधि के माध्यम से शब्दों का क्रम एवं उनके प्रयोग को सुदृढ़ करवाया गया। सभी छात्रों ने बढ़चढ़कर गतिविधियों का आनंद लिया।
LITERACY DAY: STUDENTS TALK ABOUT THE PERTINENT ROLE OF EDUCATION
Literacy is a human right and the basis of all knowledge. Presidium celebrated Literacy Day during virtual classes on Monday. The concept of literacy was elaborated among students in the classes. Literacy is the prime requisite for learning and plays a vital role in restraining population growth, curbing poverty, establishing gender impartiality, and a bright promise for growth. Students were encouraged to opine about the significance of the day. Students drew posters and wrote a poem to highlight the need for education. Students discussed their aspirations and future goals with their teachers.
PRESIDIANS PLEDGE TO KEEP THE SPIRIT OF SPORTSMANSHIP ALIVE!
“Talents win games, But teamwork and intelligence win championships.”
To commemorate the birth anniversary of hockey legend Major Dhyan Chand, National Sports Day is celebrated across the country on 29 August. This auspicious day was celebrated at Presidium to spread awareness on the importance of sports and physical activities in every individual’s life. The students talked about the significance of various sports like Cricket, Table-Tennis, Chess, etc in one’s life. Pledge was taken in the end to keep up the name of their school high and to ignite the spark of sportsmanship in every child. Various sports activities of fitness training were organized in the virtual classes to develop the team spirit, leadership, and sportsmanship qualities among the students. A beautiful message that Holistic development of a student is possible only when he/she is physically fit and emotionally balanced.
PRESIDIANS MARK WOMEN’S EQUALITY DAY WITH A SPECIAL ASSEMBLY!
"Feminism isn't about making women stronger. Women are already strong; it's about changing the way the world perceives that strength."
International Women's Equality Day was celebrated by Presidians with great excitement and zeal. A theoretical skit was presented by Grade -6 students in which the journey of a girl was displayed from childhood until she became a doctor. Students made everyone realize the power of women. The assembly left a significant impact on everyone with a beautiful message highlighting the need to respect women and look into their every need and fulfill them regularly. In the end, they wrapped up the assembly by saying that 'We wish that one day every woman in the country will be empowered in true means.'
PRESIDIANS JOYFULLY CELEBRATE THE BIRTH OF GANPATI BAPPA
Ganesh Chaturthi is observed to offer invocation to Lord Ganesha- the God of intellect and wisdom, patron of the arts and the sciences, and the remover of obstacles. Presidium celebrated Ganesh Chaturthi with much fun and fanfare virtually. On this auspicious day, the students were dressed in traditional attire. The assembly commenced with Guru Vandana, followed by a brief introduction to the festival. The choir then presented a soulful rendition, followed by a skit that highlighted the importance of using one’s mind and intellect, of which Ganesha is a repository, as against just strength. In the end, the students enjoyed the creative dance to “Ganpati Mashup.” It was a joyous morning for students and teachers alike as they came together to celebrate one of India’s most popular festivals amidst excitement and entertainment.