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TAEKWONDO CHAMPIONSHIP: BEST FOOT FORWARD!

29-12-2021
We are proud to share that Presidium has Participated in the 16th Sub-Junior Taekwondo championship at Laxman Public School Delhi Org by Taekwon-do Federation of Delhi. A total of 1500 participants took part in the championship. From Presidium School, Indirapuram 06 students participated in the Championship. All the students showcased their strength by participating in the championship. 

STUDENTS NARRATE THEIR FAVOURITE STORIES!

29-12-2021
Stories become a part of our lives since the day we are born. We hear stories from our grandmother and mother as kids. The first utterance of ‘Once there was a king and queen,’ instantly opens up every child’s world of imagination. Stories allow us to imagine, visualize, and get inspired by what does not exist, most of the time. It is a means to convey a thought, information, or simply, one’s own feelings about a particular thing, event, or person. To enhance these skills a Story Telling Competition was conducted for our tiny tots. The students of grade Nursery and Prep performed spectacularly narrating their favourite stories using creative props, voice modulation, and impressive expressions. 

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PRESIDIANS CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS WITH JOYFUL ACTIVITIES

25-12-2021

"Come let us embrace the spirit of Christmas by bringing joy and happiness into someone's life."
Presidium celebrated Christmas in a different way i.e. via the online platform, full of fervor and zeal. This festival commemorates the birth anniversary of Jesus Christ – the Messiah of God. They learned the true meaning of Christmas is giving and sharing love and reaching out to those who have touched our lives. Christmas carols were sung, which brought about the feeling of joy and happiness. Teachers narrated the story of Jesus Christ to students. Also, various art and craft activities were done and everyone dressed up in red, white, and green attire. The teachers worked untiringly to make this day a memorable one. The celebration ended by wishing each other “Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2022. 

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STUDENTS ENHANCE THEIR MATHEMATICAL KNOWLEDGE WITH MATHS WEEK

22-12-2021
To lay a strong foundation of Mathematics among the Preschoolers, the school organized Maths Week for the students. In India, the National Mathematics Day is observed on December 22 every year. It is celebrated to honor the birth anniversary of the famous Mathematician Sir Srinivasa Ramanujan. He was a world-famous Mathematician who made remarkable contributions in different fields and branches of the subject of Mathematics. To create awareness and to celebrate this day in the school, the following activities were conducted across all grades. Recapitulation of different topics like Time, Multiplication, and Division with the help of related live worksheets, Identify and create a pattern, Shapes exploration, Skip and learn, Making the necklace using beads in the ratio of 3:2, Counting by Grouping, and many more activities. Each day brought another plethora of activities which were fun-filled as well as challenging. 

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STUDENTS PROMOTE THE IMPORTANCE OF HUMAN RIGHTS DAY

11-12-2021

“I am not interested in picking up crumbs of compassion thrown from the table of someone who considers himself my master. I want the full menu of rights.”

These famous words are of ‘Desmond Tutu’ who is one of South Africa’s most well-known human rights activists, winning the 1984 Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts in resolving and ending apartheid. Keeping these words in heart, Grade VIII H conducted its special assembly on International Human Rights Day, observed every year on 10th December — the day the United Nations General Assembly adopted, in 1948, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). Students were made aware of this very crucial aspect of humanity-The Human Rights, through various events like speeches, poetry, music, skit, and multimedia presentation. The message that –‘Each one of us is entitled to these fundamental rights by birth’ was very clearly conveyed to all the students thus enriching them and guiding them towards a more free, safer, and happier life. 

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STUDENTS COMPREHEND THE IMPORTANCE OF ROAD SAFETY MEASURES

09-12-2021
On the occasion of Road Safety week - Presidium teachers made an attempt to create awareness by sensitizing students of grades 4 to 7 towards the importance of safety while driving and walking on the roads. We had activities where the students discussed issues of rash driving, drunken driving, road rage with a special mention about minor driving. They also discussed the immediate causes and traumatic effects of impulsive behavior of the people on roads through various presentations. Students were sensitized to the issue of road safety to make them responsible road users. To mark the significance of the week – students learned from some thoughtful presentations, made posters & took a pledge to abide by the road safety rules, and at the same time spread awareness across to make roads safer.

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STUDENTS ENRICH THEIR VOCABULARY WITH SPELLATHON COMPETITION

29-11-2021
English is one of the most difficult languages to learn. It has over a million different words. Spellathon helps students understand words more deeply as they learn the spelling of words. We, at Presidium, start with students as young as six years old, to help them improve  their spelling skills, and learn to love spelling words the right way. The Spellathon Competition conducted online, enabled us to tailor the level of learning abilities of our little Presidians. 

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STUDENTS PLEDGE TO WORK FOR WOMEN EMANCIPATION

26-11-2021

'There is one universal truth applicable to all countries, cultures and communities that violence against women is never acceptable, never excusable and never tolerable'

To mark the International Day for Elimination of Violence Against Women which is celebrated every year on 25th November, students of Grade 6 conducted a special assembly. They apprised everyone of the prevailing problem of violence against women and the atrocities that they have to go through. UNESCO organises 16 days of activism beginning from this day to create awareness among people. They discussed about the various ways like gender equality, pay due respect and women empowerment through which the violence against women can be reduced. Women should be made socially and financially self reliant so that they can face  the challenges of life. Students presented  their talents by renditions which inspired us to endeavour to stop violence against women and work for women emancipation. They also took a pledge that they will raise their voices for their rights.

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PRESIDIANS ENTHRALL WITH THEIR CONFIDENCE AT DANCE COMPETITION

25-11-2021
Dance is a means to communicate emotions without saying anything. Dance Competition in school is not just about the trophies and certificates, it is a highly rewarding and worthwhile activity for students of all ages and is a great way to build up emotional resilience in the child. It enforces kids to gain emotional strength and accept criticism and rejection gracefully. To enhance these qualities, a Dance Competition was organized for our tiny tots. They showcased their talent on 'Western Dance Style' for nursery and Folk Dance Style for a prep class. They were given a time limit of two minutes. As the Dance Competition was conducted virtually, parents also had a splendid time.

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PRESIDIANS SPREAD MESSAGE OF ONENESS ON GURU NANAK JAYANTI

19-11-2021
Guru Nanak Jayanti is one of the biggest festivals of the Sikh community. On this special occasion, Presidians were made to understand the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak Dev Ji, who through his preachings spread the message of love, equality, and virtue. The students were briefed about the significance of the day, Presidians learned about the traditional and famous "Karah Prasad" in the session and they wrote teachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji on placards. Some students also enacted as Panj Pyare. They all learned the significance of five Beloved: the men who were initiated into the Khalsa (the brotherhood of the Sikh faith) under the leadership of the last of the ten Gurus, Guru Gobind Singh. The students also decorated the pious sign of KHANDA using tearing and pasting with golden paper. They offered Ardaas to bless all humanity and to help them to be faithful to the scriptures.

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NEWS AND UPDATES

29-12-2021
TAEKWONDO CHAMPIONSHIP: BEST FOOT FORWARD!

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29-12-2021
STUDENTS NARRATE THEIR FAVOURITE STORIES!

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25-12-2021
PRESIDIANS CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS WITH JOYFUL ACTIVITIES

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UPCOMING EVENTS

January 2022
Indian Army Day

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January 2022
Republic Day

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February 2022
World Cancer Day

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