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STUDENTS COMMEMORATE THE BIRTH ANNIVERSARY OF SARDAR PATEL

29-10-2021

“Take to the path of dharma the path of truth and justice. Don’t misuse your valor. Remain united. March forward in all humility, but fully awake to the situation you face, demanding your rights and firmness.” – Sardar Vallabbhai Patel

As aptly quoted by the iron man of our country, Shri Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, to rejoice his words and teachings, students of grades 5 and 8 celebrated National Unity Day in a form of class assembly. The assembly highlighted the importance of unity and how Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, popularly known as Sardar Patel, played a key role in the Indian freedom movement. He united 562 princely states to build the Republic of India. The day started with a prayer followed by a speech to mark the significance and facts of the occasion. Students presented posters, did PowerPoint presentations, sang beautiful songs, performed dance and role play.

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DEBATE COMPETITION ENHANCES PUBLIC SPEAKING SKILLS OF PRESIDIANS

22-10-2021
It is rightly said by Margaret Heffernan, ‘For good ideas and true innovation, you need human interaction, conflict, argument, debate.’ To inculcate the skill of critical thinking, and enhance the ability to organize thoughts, a debate session was organized under club activity for the students of Grade- 8. It was an Intra Class Debate activity wherein each class was divided into two groups; Team A and Team B. Students were given the topic - ‘Online or offline: the better medium of Education.’ Both the teams in each section presented their opinions in an enthusiastic manner as they could relate to it personally. During the arguments of our young Presidians, it was quite astounding to see their skill of reasoning and evidence. 

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BEST OUT OF WASTE ACTIVITY: STUDENTS DISPLAY THEIR CREATIVE SIDE

22-10-2021

"Recycling things is like magic that turns ordinary things into extraordinary."

The three 'Rs' stand for: Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. They are a part of the waste hierarchy which is used to protect the environment and conserve resources through a priority approach. The aim is to get maximum practical benefits from products and to generate the minimum amount of waste. The Best out of Waste simply means to make or to create innovative and attractive things from the material we do not use anymore. In an initiative to generate the habit of using old things to create beautiful crafts among children, a 'Best Out of Waste Competition' was recently organized at Presidium School for Grade 1, students displayed their creative art and craft ideas by making: a teapot and a cup, hat, paper vase, wall hangings, greeting cards, Utility box, toys and paper jewelry and many more. The creativity displayed by the children was mesmerizing. The competition promoted artistic fervour in our leaders of tomorrow. 

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PRESIDIANS CELEBRATE LORD RAMA’S VICTORY ON DUSSEHRA

15-10-2021
Dussehra is an auspicious day in the year of Hindu Faith. It is one of the major festivals and involves huge celebrations for ten days and nine nights. In the mood of celebration, our young Presidians celebrated Dussehra with full vigour to instill the students with the message of this festival- the destruction of evil power and triumph of good over evil. A virtual celebration was planned wherein students played the role of different mythological characters to make everybody understand their importance in Ramayana. They also made a small craft of Ravana. The students were sensitized about the occasion and were encouraged to adopt the teachings for the benefit of mankind. 

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STUDENTS ENHANCE THEIR KNOWLEDGE OF INDIA’S FREEDOM STRUGGLE

14-10-2021
In the endeavour to have holistic learning, CBSE has announced to celebrate the year as the year of freedom with some enriching experiential learnings and activities. This activity aimed to create awareness related to India's grand freedom struggle. Students of Grade 5 connected with their grandparents or an elderly person in the family to hear their stories and experiences from India’s struggle for freedom and more. They listened to the experiences and shared with their class teachers and fellow students using the flashcards. Students of Grade 6 and 7 made posters related to freedom fighters. This was a great experience while they connected with their grandparents and at the same time understanding the importance of freedom. Students of Grade 8 were asked to research the crucial locations which hold historic relevance and create a PPT to be presented in the class. Not only were these activities informative but it was delightful to see the light of patriotism in our Presidians’ eyes. 

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STUDENTS ENHANCE THEIR CREATIVITY WITH POSTER MAKING ACTIVITY

13-10-2021
Poster-making competition is one of the best competitions of the yearly school activity organized by Presidium. The theme for 2021 had been Nutrition, balanced diet. It aims to develop students’ creativity and originality in the field of visual arts. The theme was focused on the enablement of the students to be physically and mentally fit through right and balanced nutrition. Students of grades 4 and 5 participated on the virtual platform with full enthusiasm and made beautiful posters. They were judged on the relevance to the theme and the slogan with which they supported their topic. It was a delightful session for the students. 

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STUDENTS SALUTE THE BRAVERY OF OUR AIR WARRIORS!

08-10-2021

The Indian Air Force Day was observed with great zeal and enthusiasm by the students and staff of the school. To mark this great day and to salute the bravery of our air warriors, students of Grade 5, 6, and 7, took part in various virtual activities. They donned dresses covering various shades of blue. They also enjoyed making colourful paper airplanes and were also shown the presentation to spread awareness about the operations that the Indian Air Force executes and the challenges it deals with. Teachers apprised students about the sacrifices and the contribution made by the air arm of the Indian Armed Forces and some heroic facts from the history of the Indian Air Force. Students were told that the Indian Air Force has its prime responsibility of securing the Indian airspace and following the core values, developing skills, and hone professionalism to deliver success in any mission in service to our nation. They were sensitized to be grateful and respectful towards these Indian warriors. 


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ANIMAL DAY: CREATING AWARENESS ABOUT ANIMAL PROTECTION

04-10-2021

World Animal Day is internationally celebrated to educate humans about how their actions impact animals and to create awareness about the protection of animals all over the world. It's a special opportunity to commemorate our love and respect for animals by doing something special to highlight their importance in the world. So our little Presidians also put in their effort by dressing up as different animals. They were also sensitized on how to treat animals. 


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GANDHI JAYANTI: PATRIOTIC PRESIDIANS PROPAGATE SATYA AND AHIMSA

02-10-2021

"Be the change that you want to see in the world" - Mahatma Gandhi

Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated on 2 October every year to mark the birth anniversary of the most prominent leader of the Indian Independence struggle. Gandhi Ji is also called 'Bapu' and was given the title of 'Father of the Nation'. So as a tribute to our Rashtrapita, Presidians celebrated Gandhi Jayanti with full zeal. Students were made aware of the struggles and sacrifices made by Gandhi Ji to set India free. They all were dressed up in traditional attire and made various crafts like charkha, specs, lathi, Gandhi’s three monkeys, etc. to pay tribute to Gandhi ji. They were shown stories related to Gandhi’s life instances and had a virtual tour to Sabarmati Ashram which spread the message of endurance, peace, harmony, and the powerful tool of Non-Violence. Students paid homage and sang Gandhiji’s favorite song “Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram, Patit Pavan Sita Ram.”

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CELEBRATING THE IDEALS OF PEACE & HARMONY ON WORLD PEACE DAY

25-09-2021

"Peace cannot be kept by force; it can only be achieved by understanding"

The International Day of Peace is observed around the world each year on 21st September. Established in 1981 by unanimous United Nations resolution, Peace Day provides globally shared date for all humanity to commit to Peace above all differences and to contribute to building a Culture of Peace. To celebrate this day, an activity of Poster Making was planned for Presidians of Grade 2. Students were sensitised about the topic and were made aware of the need for "Peace" for our well-being also. 

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NEWS AND UPDATES

28-05-2022
PRAVAR PANDEY SECURES A GOLD!

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20-05-2022
RECITATION COMPETITION SOLIDIFIES PRESIDIANS’ READING ABILITY BASE

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16-05-2022
STUDENTS LEARN FROM THE NOBLE TEACHINGS OF LORD BUDDHA

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UPCOMING EVENTS

July 2022
National Doctor's Day

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July 2022
Gurupurnima

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July 2022
International Nelson Mandela Day

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