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PRESIDIANS DEVELOP EARLY READING SKILLS WITH PICTURE READING

30-01-2021

“Reading in its fullest sense involves weaving together word recognition and comprehension in a fluent manner!”

To spark curiosity about reading in our young Presidians, a Picture Reading Competition was recently organized wherein students participated in full zeal and energy. The contest helped little Presidians explore early reading skills for fun and engaged them in a beautiful learning experience. The competition started with the teacher showing a picture to the kids, and they were asked to identify what they see in the picture and to think about the information on the chart and what they want to say about it to generate a sentence. Students identified what is going on in each picture and found meaning in text and pictures. They were assessed on their dynamic vocabulary, comprehension, and expression. The students were very excited and enjoyed the activity thoroughly. It was wonderful to see how our young readers decoded visual images and made meaning from print. 

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PRESIDIANS SHOWCASE THEIR TALENT AT INTER CLASS DANCE COMPETITION

30-01-2021
'Dancing is the most beautiful art because it is not mere translation or abstraction from life; it is life itself.' Western and folk dancing are wonderful ways to introduce young students to the world's rich diversity and enable them to enjoy the art of dance, music, and rhythm. It also provides opportunities for socialization and creates room for self-expression. With this thought and to showcase the hidden talents of Presidians, we organized an Inter class dance competition for the students of grades 2 and 3. The attractive costumes, fluid dance movements, and fascinating props made it tough for the judges to decide the winner. Students' efforts and initiative were appreciated by one and all. 

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PRESIDIANS PARTICIPATE IN EK BHARAT SHRESHTHA BHARAT ACTIVITY

23-01-2021
Ek Bharat Sreshtha Bharat is a program that aims to enhance interaction & promote mutual understanding between people of different states/UTs through state/UT pairing. It helps us celebrate India's idea as a nation wherein different cultural units across varied geographies merge and interact with each other and enable people to imbibe the innate chord of binding and brotherhood. With Presidium's ongoing commitment to "Experiential learning" and to ensure that students enjoy and learn new things, a multiple assessment activity was organized under the theme of "EK BHARAT SHRESHTHA BHARAT" where students of Grade 7th and 8th prepared a PowerPoint presentation in which they included Soil and Forests of the states Arunachal Pradesh and Meghalaya. The students included different soil types, trees, crops, benefits, endangered species, factors affecting soil erosion, and steps taken by the government to prevent soil erosion and deforestation. Our young and talented Presidians possessed diverse talents, communication skills, strengths and thoroughly enjoyed presenting their work in teams. 

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SALUTING OUR VALIANT SOLDIERS ON ARMY DAY

15-01-2021
Army Day is celebrated on January 15 every year in India. It is on this historic day that General KM Cariappa became the first Indian to take charge of the Indian Army in 1949. To honour their service and salute their sacrifices, students of Grade 1,3, 7 & 8 paid homage to these conquering heroes who safeguard their countrymen in all difficult situations. Students dressed up like soldiers and presented their tribute through pictures, videos, slogans, posters, songs, and poems. The activity made them aware of the primary mission of the Indian Army and also acquainted them with how they defend the nation from external aggression and international threats.

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STUDENTS MARK THE AUSPICIOUS DAY OF MAKAR SANKRANTI WITH FERVOUR

15-01-2021
Makar Sankranti is mainly a harvest festival and the festival of joy and happiness. Sankranti is perhaps the only Indian festival that falls on the same day every year (14th January). Makar Sankranti is all about prayers, sweets, and kites. Presidians of Grade 2 came in colorful dresses during the online class. To enhance the spirit of the festivitie, they made kites with colorful paper. Celebrating festivals bring awareness and build cultural belief in students. These festivals allow indulging students in different activities and explore their creativity.

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LOHRI: STUDENTS IMMERSE IN THE RICH CULTURAL FOLKLORE OF PUNJAB

13-01-2021
"May the Lohri fire burn all the moments of sadness and bring you warmth of joy, happiness, and love. Lohri, the cheerful festival of Punjabi's, is also known as the Harvest festival, which brings good luck, happiness, and prosperity in the lives of all. Students of Grade Nursery to 6th celebrated virtual Lohri festival with full zeal and enthusiasm. The teacher began by creating awareness among the students about the significance of the most - awaited Punjabi festival. The students and teachers sang songs immersed in the rich cultural folklore of Punjab. Students were encouraged to value their cultural heritage. Students presented poems, Punjabi 'Boliyaan,' Punjabi songs and danced while enjoying groundnuts and sweets during the class

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PRESIDIANS CELEBRATE NEW YEAR WITH SPLENDOR

31-12-2020

"Wishing you health, wealth, and happiness in the New Year ahead".
In the Gregorian calendar, New Year's Eve, the last day of the year, is on 31 December. People celebrate New Year's Eve to bid farewell to the year that ends and welcome the New Year. Students of Grade Prep dressed up in their favorite western outfit to welcome the New year with their teachers and friends. All gathered to dance, eat, and had fun. Students of Grade 4, 5, and 6 created New Year's greeting cards for their near and dear ones. They enjoyed leaf paintings and also enjoyed making a desk calendar for beginning the New Year. Everyone prayed to God to save everyone from the pandemic and make the coming New Year safe for all.

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STUDENTS UNLEASH THEIR CREATIVITY WITH BEST OUT OF WASTE ACTIVITY

30-12-2020
The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it. The 3R's Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle can be explained to the students by conducting activities like Best out of waste, which gives scope for creating thinking, understanding the importance of resources, and optimum utilization. To sensitize the students about the same, the Academy for Creativity, 'Out of the Box' organised an IntraClass Best Out of the Waste competition for Grade-1 students. They used their imagination and creativity to make innovative things. The activity displayed the creativity of the little ones and developed a sense of love for the environment.

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PRESIDIANS ENHANCE THEIR FINE MOTOR SKILLS WITH WEAVING ACTIVITY

26-12-2020
In the TBL period, Grade 3 Students weaved a mat using two different color papers. Students studied the theme 'Textile' and learned about different types of fibers and fabrics. Weaving is a textile production method in which two distinct sets of yarns or threads are interlaced at right angles to form a fabric or cloth. Students understood the process involved by direct experience of activity in the guidance of the teacher. Weaving not only promotes fine motor skills but helps the young minds learn how to create patterns and work through problems they may encounter while weaving. It shows a beautiful way for students to express themselves artistically. It was a fun-filled activity, which made the theme more interesting. 

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PRESIDIANS ADD TO THE FESTIVITIES OF CHRISTMAS

24-12-2020
"Come let us embrace the spirit of Christmas by bringing joy and happiness into someone's life." Christmas is celebrated on 25th December every year. This festival commemorates the birth anniversary of Jesus Christ – the Messiah of God. The much-awaited festival was celebrated with fervor and zeal by Presidians of Nursery to Third Grade. They learned the true meaning of Christmas is giving and sharing love and reaching out to those who have touched our lives. Students sang Christmas carols like "Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell, Jingle all the way" and performed dances on different Christmas songs. Teachers narrated the story of Jesus Christ to students. Also, an art and craft activity was done and everyone dressed up in red, white, and green attire. To sweeten up the Christmas holiday, students were also engaged in the making of Chocolate Dessert (No Bake-No Cook). They made the super creamy and rich chocolate dessert with a few staple ingredients and delighted their taste buds.

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NEWS AND UPDATES

13-11-2021
CELEBRATING THE BEST SEASON OF LIFE ON CHILDREN’S DAY

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03-11-2021
DIWALI CELEBRATION ENTHRALLS YOUNG PRESIDIANS

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30-10-2021
STUDENTS EXHIBIT THEIR SKILLS AT TALENT HUNT COMPETITION

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UPCOMING EVENTS

October 2021
National Unity Day Diwas

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Novermber 2021
Diwali

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Novermber 2021
National Cancer Awareness Day

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