Our Young Presidians of grades 4 and 5 participated in the Ad Mad Competition. Students exhibited their inner and hidden talents and dramatized an act showcasing a product of daily use in different groups. They presented advertisements for different products. The Competition helped them enhance their stage presentation skills, voice modulation, confidence, etc and it gave exposure to media and creativity to them. The excitement level of the students reached sky-high while preparing for the contest. It showcased their acting skills and impromptu ability to the cognitive skills on the spot. Students came up with exhilarating performances.
In India Farmer’s Day is Celebrated on 23th December every year. Kisan diwas is celebrated to commemorate the birth anniversary of 5th Indian Prime Minister, Shri Choudhary Charan Singh who was a great farmer leader. He introduced many policies to improve the lives of Indian Farmers. On this auspicious day various events, programmes,quiz, workshops are organized on agriculture to transform and educate the people about agriculture and its importance. Students of grade 1 & 2 organised a special sharing importance of farmers and farming products in our life. They learnt a lot about farming techniques and methods used by our farmers. They also learnt about various problems faced by our farmers and how we can contribute to reducing their problems.
Mathematics is not about numbers, equations, computations, algorithms, it is about understanding. Students of grade 3 Presidium were recently introduced to the concept of measurement. They participated enthusiastically in an activity wherein they understood the concept of weight using concrete material available at home. Arranging the weight of different objects in ascending order or descending order helps children visualize and understand measurement units like Kilogram, Gram, and smallest unit Milligram in a better way. Students were able to tell the relationship between these units easily. Such activity provides an opportunity to apply the skills of comparing and ordering units of weight. Presidians were able to explain the arrangement of big to small units or small to big units easily and hence the objective of understanding the concept of measurement was achieved.
Presidium celebrated 'Vijay Diwas' to remember India's war victory and to pay tribute to Martyrs who are the symbol of courage and sacrifice for safeguarding the borders of the Country. Students sang patriotic songs and filled the entire atmosphere with patriotism. Teachers explained the importance of Vijay Diwas to the students. After that, the entire staff along with the students paid homage to the soldiers by lighting the candles and 2 minutes of silence was observed. The lighted candles illuminated the screens. The PowerPoint presentation by the teachers made the event informative and enlightening. It explained to the students the significance of Vijay Diwas and the sacrifices of heroes.
National energy conservation Day is a medium and an approach towards creating a strategic mindset for preserving energy and resources for future generations. National Energy Conservation Day is observed each year on the 14th of December to create awareness about the importance of resources and preserve them. Assembly was conducted in grades 4 and 5 in which students learned about the importance of resources and the ways to preserve them for our future generation. Each individual can spare vitality by wiping out the pointless utilization of electrical equipment that is utilized in everyday life. All the students took part enthusiastically, overall it was a learning experience.
Flag day of India is also known as The Armed forces flag day. This annual tradition started in 1949 on 28th August and later the Defense Minister of India set up a committee to observe a flag day every year on December 7. Indian citizens express their gratitude by paying homage to those who died in the service of our nation. In addition to the colors of the National flag, the color code for the day is red, light blue, and dark blue, representing the three branches of the Indian Armed forces - Army, Airforce, and Navy. Across the nation, patriotic events are arranged to encourage public participation and support the cause. Presidians participated in the assembly and shared their feelings for the Nation by interacting and making posters.