PRESIDIANS EXPRESS THEIR LOVE FOR ELDERS ON SENIOR CITIZEN DAY
The World Senior Citizens Day aims to raise awareness about the factors and issues affecting older people, such as deterioration with age and to examine issues that affect their lives such as abuse of elderly people. It is also a day to recognize and appreciate the contributions that older people make to society. The reason for celebrating this day is to thank and acknowledge elders for all that they have done for their children. They sacrifice their entire life in nurturing their relationships. Such a selfless service rendered throughout their life for their family deserves some importance. That is the reason why World Senior Citizen Day was celebrated in Presidium Indirapuram by students of grade-1. They dedicated this day for the elders of their family. They took this opportunity to acknowledge their love and efforts.
PRESIDIANS MEET VICE PRESIDENT SHRI VENKAIAH NAIDU ON RAKSHABANDHAN
ARTSY ACTIVITIES GET THE INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATIONS STARTING
On August 15, 1947, India got her freedom and finally broke from the shackles of slavery. People of the country celebrate Independence Day every year with great pomp and show. Grade 3 celebrated this auspicious day with great enthusiasm and pride. Every student contributed towards the preparations and the celebration began with lots of educational and fun filled activities. The gamut of celebration activities held consisted of a collage making activity wherein children brought different pictures related to Independence Day and created beautiful collages. In order to pay respect to our national flag children were given the opportunity to make tricolor fans as a token of belongingness to the country. Children used the saffron, white and green colour papers and made fans for themselves using the paper folding technique.
STUDENTS PERFORM RAKSHABANDHAN RITUALS WITH MRS.SUDHA GUPTA
He who thought power lies in the herculean muscles of an army, he who thought strength lies in the gilded monuments, he who thought unbreakable were the chains of reinforced metal, knew not the potential of the humble thread tied around the wrist of a brother by his loving sister.
The students of Presidium School celebrated the festival of Rakshabandhan with our honourable Chairperson Mrs.Sudha Gupta. With smiles, sweets and mirth, our students understood that no matter how much siblings may argue, bicker and fight, there is no love like the love for a brother, and there is no love like the love from a brother. Sudha Ma’am also showered her warm blessings on the students and embraced the rituals of the occasion with them.
MRS.SUDHA GUPTA GRACES THE GRAND INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION
India is an emotion. It is an atmosphere, a celebration. India is incredible! On the occasion of our 73rd Independence Day, the students of Presidium Indirapuram brought the various colours of the country alive on stage. With spell-binding dance performances inspired by the Indian diversity, daring stunts and pyramid formations, mesmerising medleys, and heart-wrenching poems dedicated to the brave-hearts, our talented students paid homage to the fallen heroes.
Our honorable Chairperson Sudha Gupta ma'am too left the audience awestruck with her tear-jerking melodious ode to our valiant soldiers. Let us all take this day as an opportunity to promise our motherland that we will do everything to enrich and preserve its prized heritage and culture.
RAKSHABANDHAN: PRESIDIANS WARMLY WELCOME FESTIVITIES & HAPPINESS
'A love between a brother and a sister is one of the deepest and noblest of human emotions'
Rakshabandhan is a festival which celebrates the love and affection between brother and sister. The bonding between the two is simply unique and is beyond description.People of India celebrate this festival with abundant zeal, similarly students of grade 5 enthusiastically celebrated the pious festival of Rakshabandhan. They presented a meaningful skit on the significance of this sacred festival. The essence of the festival was further conveyed through a mesmerizing dance performance.
INDEPENDENCE DAY: PRESIDIANS PLEDGE TO SAFEGUARD MOTHERLAND
FRIENDSHIP DAY: CELEBRATING THE BLISS OF FRIENDSHIP
Friendship means familiar and liking of each other's mind. A friend is one who admires a person's skill and helps or encourages them to make the right choices and do not get into any trouble at all.People who are friends talk to each other and spend time together. They also help each other when they are in trouble or are hurt. Friends are people that can be looked up to and trusted. The strength of the bond of friendship between two people can vary. If the bond is very strong, they are called best friends. This can usually be achieved by possessing the elements of friendship, by being kind, generous, loyal, honest and by having fun. With these qualities you can truly enjoy the bliss of friendship. This is exactly what our Presidians found in their buddies at Presidium. They enjoyed Friendship Day celebrations with their peers and also exchange friendship bands with them.
PLAYERS STRIKE THE VICTORY GOAL AT CHAUNNA FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
“Football is an honest game. It is true to life. It is a team game and so is life.” - Joe Namath
For our Presidians, sports is all about passion, dedication and perseverance. This is what leads them towards victory in every competition be it inside or outside Presidium. Our sports champions recently participated in the Junior Chaunna League Championship organized by NCR Chaunna (Football) Board held at Jadu Public School Noida, sector 73. A total of 16 teams participated in the tournament and two of them belonged from Presidium. Their outstanding performance in the championship made them the proud winners of the Runners Up trophy. While the other team bagged the third position. It was a moment of pride for us to witness our Presidians return with silver and bronze medals around their necks. Congratulations to all the winners! May you soar even bigger heights in future!
RECOGNISING ACHIEVEMENTS OF FUTURE LEADERS AT CHAIRPERSON HONOURS
Contrary to the opinion of many people, leaders are not born. Leaders are made, and they are made by effort and hard work. Some of our young Presidians have been striving to achieve this pinnacle and have set an example for us to follow. It is now our turn to recognize their good work and encourage them. Presidium Indirapuram celebrated the success of its students, who have exemplified diligence, perseverance, and sincerity, with the Chairperson Honours 2018-19. Our esteemed Chairperson Sudha Gupta Ma’am acknowledged each of the steadfast achievers. As the students walked up to receive their recognition, the pride of their mentors and parents resonated in their thunderous applause. Presidium Indirapuram is proud to be the alma mater for these students, who shall be the vanguards among the leaders of tomorrow.