PRESIDIANS SALUTE OUR BRAVE SOLDIERS ON ARMY DAY
Army Day is celebrated on January 15 every year to commemorate the day when (then) Lieutenant General KM Cariappa took over General Sir Francis Butcher as Commander-in-Chief of India in January 1949. The day is celebrated to honour our country's soldiers, who set the most exceptional example of selfless service and brotherhood, and above all, love for the country. Students of Presidium dedicated this day to our brave soldiers. They recited poems, shared interesting facts about the Indian Army, and a parade was also organized with students dressed up as army personnel.
PRESIDIANS SOAK IN THE FESTIVE SPIRIT OF LOHRI
We at Presidium believe that every religion must be respected and accepted. Students of Presidium celebrated the festival of Lohri, the harvest festival of Punjab, with a lot of enthusiasm and zeal. They were attired in traditional dresses and were absorbed in the festive spirit of Lohri. A special assembly was organized, where the students sang some folk songs and poems. The famous folklore, ‘Sunder Munderiye,’ was sung with joy. Folk songs were played to suit the mood of the festival, and soon everybody joined in the energetic rhythm! Peanuts, popcorn, and gajak were distributed, to the great delight of the children. While some offered these in the holy fire, others happily munched on them. Students participated with great zeal, enthusiasm, and enjoyed a lot.
STUDENTS DISPLAY SPIRITED ENTHUSIASM AT MATHS WEEK
The celebration of mathematics week in Presidium had a distinct flavor when students came together showcasing the diverse activities. All the students participated in displaying spirited enthusiasm, absorbing information and enjoying the stimulating exercises of the mind. Various activities were performed across all the grades to boost logical thinking and reasoning ability in students. Young students did several brainstorming and decision-making activities in small teams such as measuring things using non-standard units, creating nets of 3-D shapes, exploring fractions through food, etc. These activities provided a springboard for students to explore more and to revise their mathematical skills. The students also developed well-rounded and plausible habits of exploring.
AD MAD COMPETITION: STUDENTS EXHIBIT THEIR HIDDEN TALENTS
Creativity without strategy is called art, creativity with strategy is called Advertising. Advertising is the art of persuasion where there can be a lot of great technicians. In the modern world of business, advertising is a valuable economic factor to sell goods. Presidians of grades 4 and 5 explored the world of advertisements through the Ad-mad Competition. They were divided into groups and they had to advertise for their product with creative storyline and original jingles. Certainly they enjoyed and learned about the basics of the advertising world.
GRAND ENTRY OF SANTA CAPTIVATES HEARTS OF PRESIDIANS ON CHRISTMAS
Soaking in the spirit of Christmas, Presidians celebrated the festival with enthusiasm. The school was beautifully decorated and everybody was dressed in red and white. The students sang melodious carols and danced beautifully to wish their teachers and classmates. The significance of the festival was explained to the students through the Christmas story. Santa too made a grand entry in the school auditorium packed with the children. The delight was uncontained especially as he brought out the gifts!
PRESIDIANS EXPLORE THE PROPERTIES OF AIR BY DOING EXPERIMENTS
Science is all about exploration and discovery, so there’s no better way to get young scientists excited about learning than with hands-on activities and science experiments. Presidians did fascinating experiments to explore the properties of air. The hands-on activities helped the students to grasp the concept better. Students blasted their learning by quoting extended ideas to keep the fun going.
HUMAN RIGHTS DAY: STUDENTS ENGAGE IN SPREADING POWERFUL IDEAS
Human rights are a set of rights which every human is entitled to. This day is celebrated to improve the physical, social, cultural and spiritual well being and welfare of the vulnerable group of people globally. As there is no age-limit for learning about human rights and it is important that human rights education is embedded in primary schools and early childhood education as well. Keeping the importance of the day, students of grade nursery and prep got the opportunity to engage with the powerful and inspiring ideas on the rights and responsibilities as active and informed citizens. Students highlighted the theme of rights and freedoms — freedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom from want, and freedom from fear.
STUDENTS APPREHEND THE ROLES OF FABRIC IN HUMAN LIFE
Under the theme-Textiles, the students of grade 3 used an unstitched cloth in different creative ways and came up with beautiful ideas. The girls draped it as shrug,jacket,dupatta, scarf etc.and boys used it as turban,dhoti,stole etc. This activity helped children learn about various other uses of an unstitched cloth as towel,bed sheet,duster,mats,curtains etc.This theme also helped children in understanding various roles fabric plays in our life.
SALUTING THE INDIAN NAVY, AN EPITOME OF VALOUR AND COURAGE!
Navy Day in India is celebrated on 4 December every year to recognize the achievements and role of the Indian Navy to the country. During Operation Trident in 1971, the Indian Navy sank four Pakistani vessels including PNS Khaibar, killing hundreds of Pakistani Navy personnel, to commemorate that 4 December is celebrated as Indian Navy Day every year. Indian Navy day remembers the efforts of our brave soldiers and celebrates their triumph. Grade 6 of Presidium School Pitampura branch celebrated NAVY DAY by remembering and lauding the efforts of INDIAN NAVAL OFFICERS AND SAILORS in safeguarding the country from maritime terrors.
SPORTS DAY: AN EPITOME OF STUDENTS’ ENERGY AND SPORTSMANSHIP
With team spirit and sportsmanship, Presidium organized a mesmerizing Sports Day. Honorable Sudha Gupta Ma'am and Devender Gupta Sir graced the occasion to boost up young athletes. The program was an amalgamation of various cultural and sports activities. All Presidium branches worked in a team and performed impeccably. The students participated in various races and the joy of victory made the winners glow with enthusiasm. Prize distribution ceremony by our Chairperson, Sudha ma'am brought the event to a conclusion.