SAVE THE TIGERS BEFORE THEY WILL BE SILENT FOREVER!
The International Tiger Day (also known as Global Tiger Day) is celebrated every year on 29 July to raise awareness about tiger conservation, promote the protection of the natural habitat of tigers and support tiger conservation issues. Grade 1 students celebrated International Tigers day with the slogan 'Save Tigers, their survival is in our hands.' Students exhibited their inner and hidden talent by showcasing the posters they created to spread the awareness to save tigers. They enjoyed watching some related videos to build awareness on tiger conservation and develop a stronger bond between wildlife and people.
THE SCIENCE OF TODAY IS THE TECHNOLOGY OF TOMORROW
Education does not simply mean the ability to read and write. It is a wide term used to describe the complete process of development. Education in today’s scenario aims at the holistic development of the children. The holistic development is only achievable with the pragmatic approach to education. The pragmatic approach imparts learning by doing and experiencing things. Activities such as exhibitions, presentations, projects, etc are the medium of wholesome development of the students in schools. Students of grade 4 and 5 engaged in such activities to enhance their knowledge and making learning a fun experience. It provided a great platform for the students to present their talent and boosted their confidence to outshine their personality.
PRESIDIANS SEEK BLESSINGS OF LORD SHIVA ON MAHASHIVRATRI
Maha Shivaratri is a Hindu festival celebrated annually in honor of Lord Shiva. It is a significant and solemn festival in Hinduism that marks a remembrance of "overcoming darkness and ignorance" in life and the world. It is observed by remembering Shiva and chanting prayers, fasting, and meditating on ethics and virtues such as self-restraint, honesty, non-injury to others, forgiveness, and the discovery of Shiva. The sacred chant "Om Namaha Shivaya" is chanted throughout the day. On this auspicious occasion, the students of Presidium put forth a colorful presentation. The Program commenced with 'Shiv Vandana, ' followed by a spectacular theater act that was both value-based and informative. The students dressed up in beautiful attires and danced to the tune of Shiv Bhakti.
PRESIDIANS ACE THEIR LINGUISTIC SKILLS WITH ROLE-PLAY COMPETITION
Stories make a positive contribution to the development of the students’ thinking skills and comprehension. Keeping this in mind Presidium organized a Role Play Competition for the students of Grade 1,2 and 3. The children were dressed in their favorite characters. Each student expressed how they are inspired by their characters. The day was remembered for persistent cheerfulness as there was a bright infectious joviality in the laughter of the children.
PRESIDIANS ENJOY A VISIT TO CONSTRUCTION SITE
Field trips enrich and expand the curriculum, strengthen observation skills by immersing children into sensory activities, increase children’s knowledge in a particular subject area and expand children’s awareness of their community. Students might be good at reciting and remembering things, but they often don’t make the connection unless they experience it first hand. Keeping this view in mind, we took our students to a visit to a construction site. Students observed the difference between a variety of construction material, the importance of teamwork, and how coordinated work results beautifully using concrete. Field trips connect the dots for students by providing real experiences related to all content areas.
PRESIDIANS GROOVE TO THEIR FAVOURITE BEATS
"Dance is an art, paint your dreams & follow it."
A dance competition was held for the students of grades 1, 2, and 3 at Presidium. Our young and exuberant students performed and were exhilarated to be a part of a vivacious and vigorous event. Different dance forms like folk, western and patriotic were performed by the students. Their hands, feet were adorned in colorful and attractive costumes. The efforts of every student was appreciated by the judges. It was a magnificent learning experience for them.
A FASCINATING MAGIC SHOW AT PRESIDIUM
A Magic show was organized for the students from Grade Nursery to Grade 5. The show was a part of the activity and was a joyful learning experience for the little storytellers. The students from all the Grades had the pleasure of watching and being a part of a magic show. The children thoroughly enjoyed watching the magical tricks unfolding before them. The magician engrossed the students with his voice modulation and the effective use of creative magical tricks. He also encouraged the audience to be a part of the story with their participation and responses. The little storytellers learned a few magic tricks as well.
PRESIDIANS DOING THEIR BIT ON WORLD CANCER DAY
Cancer is not a death sentence but rather it is a life sentence, it pushes one to live. World Cancer Day is celebrated on February 4 to raise awareness of all types of cancer and to motivate cancer patients. Students of Presidium from grade 1 to 3 participated enthusiastically in poster making and poetry writing to raise awareness about cancer and to encourage its prevention, detection and treatment. This World Cancer Day, we recognise that our commitment to act will lead to powerful progress in reducing the global impact of cancer.
PRESIDIANS PAID HOMAGE TO THE BRAVE HEROES ON MARTYRS' DAY
We, at Presidium, inculcate great values in our students so that they become ambassadors of these values as they grow up to be responsible citizens of the country. Keeping this in mind, Martyrs' Day was celebrated to pay homage to the victims who fought for the freedom, welfare, and progress of India and sacrificed their lives. In every art performed, the true essence of peace and harmony was highlighted. The theme of every religion was beautifully enacted by the students through a skit. A two-minute silence in memory of Indian martyrs was maintained by all the students and staff members of Presidium.
PRESIDIANS CELEBRATE BASANT PANCHAMI WITH GREAT ARDOR
Basant Panchmi is a Hindu festival celebrating Saraswati, the goddess of knowledge, music, and art. Celebrated throughout India, Basant Panchami marks the end of the winter season. People usually wear yellow garments at this festival and consume yellow sweets. This day was celebrated in our school premises with full zeal and enthusiasm. Children wore yellow attire and worshipped Goddess Saraswati. Everyone enjoyed the festival with great fun and fervor.