PRESIDIANS SENSITIZE ALL TOWARDS THE IMPORTANCE OF SAVING WATER
Thousands have lived without love, not one without water!
When the whole world was engrossed elsewhere, our talented students of grade 3 came forward and presented a spellbinding and thought-provoking assembly on the importance of saving water at Presidium, Indirapuram. The theatrical-cum-dance saga left the little Presidians awakened and they were sensitized towards the alarming situation of this depleting elixir of life. Finally, the group pledged together to preserve each possible drop each day wherever and whenever possible. The day made all hopeful for a sustainable tomorrow!
PUTTING PRESIDIANS' ENERGY ONTO A CREATIVE FRONT VIA TALENT HUNT
"If you are young and talented, it's like you have wings!" - Renowned Japanese Novelist, Haruki Murakan
These inspiring words were put to life when our grade 6 to 8 students showcased their brilliance in music, dance and theatre in a recently organized Inter-Class Talent Hunt Competition at Presidium, Indirapuram. The aim was to nurture their talent from a young age to boost their self-confidence and channelizing their energy onto a more creative front. Numerous skills of social awareness, responsibility and competitiveness with a new zeal and vigour surfaced throughout the competition. The Talent Hunt motivated the Presidians to pursue their talents and strengthened their faith in Henry Van Dyke's saying, "use what talents you possess; the woods would be very silent if no birds sang there except those that sang best".
SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON NEW YEAR 2018 RESOLUTIONS ENTHRALS STUDENTS
365 new days are coming for you, which means that you have 365 new chances to make your life beautiful!
With this thought, our grade 5 students recently conducted a special assembly on New Year Resolutions. It started with the morning prayer, thoughts, news of the day and achievements of the year 2017. Pos this, the children presented an enthralling skit on the mistakes they did last year and took resolutions that they will never repeat their mistakes like they will never tease anyone, they will always respect their elders, teachers and friends, and they will bring smile on everyone's face. The Presidians then joyfully gave a dance performance on the theme - happy ending of 2017 and welcoming new year 2018. It was a day filled with fun and learning!
MATH WEEK: YOUNG MINDS ON A TRIP TO THE WORLD OF MATHEMATICS
The only way to learn Mathematics is to do Mathematics!
Mathematics is the science of numbers and their operations. For an enjoyable experience of this subject, we must necessarily be able to relate it to the environment and focus on the development of thinking and reasoning skills. With this thought, our grade 3 students recently celebrated Math Week at Presidium, Indirapuram, on the birth anniversary of famous Indian mathematician, Sh. Srinivasa Ramanujan. The entire week was celebrated with fun-filled and interactive activities to achieve a wide range of objectives related to knowledge skills, application, attitude, appreciation, interest and values. A Math Quiz was also conducted, wherein various interesting and challenging puzzles, riddles, reasoning and application based questions were asked and discussed through a PPT. Students were also made aware of various amazing facts about the subject. They actively participated in the quiz with a healthy competitive spirit and got a wonderful opportunity to explore the beauty of Mathematics. The students had a great time and the week really got them to see Math in a different light!
PRESIDIANS REVEAL THEIR TALENT AT ROCK N' ROLL CHRISTMAS CARNIVAL
In synch with the saying 'fun for all; all for fun', our faculty and future leaders of Presidium Indirapuram recently organized a grand Rock N' Roll Christmas Carnival. Our little Presidians danced with the Santa and set the stage on fire with their various captivating singing and dancing performances. There were many other activities arranged for the parents like Tambola and Dance Workshop. Children were given a platform to showcase their talent under the light of numerous enjoyable competitions like Fashion Minis, Little Picasso, Mom and Me / Dad and Me, Friends Forever and Sketch A Santa. Everyone enjoyed the lip-smacking snacks and rides to their fullest, making the carnival a grand success and full of fun, laughter and enjoyment.
ASSEMBLY ON CHRISTMAS TEACHES LITTLE PRESIDIANS TO CARE & SHARE
To spread the message of love and good cheer, the grade prep students of Presidium Indirapuram recently presented a spectacular assembly on Christmas. The entire school was festooned with bright streamers, balloons, bells, Santa caps and a brightly decorated Christmas tree. The little Presidians presented a colourful skit related to the birth of Jesus Christ, wherein they all dressed as Santa Claus, Joseph, Mother May, The Kings and Shepherds, to captivate the audience with their smiles and lovely attire. They emphasized the importance of caring and sharing and spreading goodness all around. The programme was followed by an enthralling dance and Christmas carols. At the end of the program, Santa Claus arrived and filled the entire crowd with joy as he danced with everyone with great enthusiasm. All the children enjoyed the beats of 'jingle bells' and cake cutting ceremony. Overriding every other emotion, a wave of cheer enveloped the school!
LITTLE PRESIDIANS DEVELOP EMPATHY & RESPECT FOR COMMUNITY HELPERS
Teaching kindergarteners about community helpers is an important and enjoyable concept. To do so, our grade nursery students recently conducted a small presentation on the theme ‘community helpers’ at Presidium Indirapuram. The little Presidians came dressed as doctors, gardeners, teachers, postmen, pilots and fire fighters to demonstrate the role of these real-life heroes in our everyday life. Packed with great enthusiasm, the tiny tots looked adorable in their attractive costumes. The theme not only helped in making students aware about different helpers and their roles, but also built empathy and respect for various community helpers in their hearts.
PRESIDIANS VISIT AGRA TO KNOW MORE ABOUT MUGHAL HISTORY & CULTURE
Our young history buffs of grade 4, Presidium Indirapuram, recently took a fun-filled trip to Agra - Fatehpur Sikri. After spending some time unwinding, the students and teachers went to Fatehpur Sikri to revive their interesting history lessons. They were accompanied by guides, who enabled them to delve into the rich history and culture of the Mughal era. The Presidians also watched documentaries about the Mughal history and culture on their way back to hotel, where a thrilling DJ night was awaiting.
Donning their dancing shoes, the students gave memorable performances, ending the night with all fun and frolics. Next day, they visited Taj Mahal, the monument for which Agra is the most famous. Awestruck with the beauty and aura of this mighty symbol of Mughal architecture, they learnt many new facts about the place. Giving students an opportunity to bond with their dear friends and loving teachers, this trip will definitely remain etched in their memory forever!
INTER-SCHOOL PAPER FOLDING CONTEST:LITTLE PRIYANSHI BAGS 3RD RANK
Presidium Indirapuram proudly congratulates our grade prep student, Priyanshi Yadav for bagging 3rd position in Bouquet of Joy Paper Folding Competition of a grand Inter-School Fiesta - Nav Udaan. Held at APJ School, Noida, this competition featured a string of contests for young students, wherein around 30 prestigious schools of Delhi/NCR participated.
Kudos to Priyanshi and her mentor!
SPECIAL CHILDREN OF SPARSH THANK THEIR KIND FRIENDS AT PRESIDIUM
Albert Pike once said “what we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal.”
It was a delight to welcome the special children of Sparsh at Presidium Indirapuram as they came to see and thank their generous friends, who contributed for their welfare on the occasion of Children's Day. The young Presidians expressed that being the support system of these lovely special children, who through multiple difficulties have made it this far in this striving world, is an honour. Students from both the schools mingled happily and it was overwhelming to see our young philanthropists discovering humanity with the special children.