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PRESIDIANS PARTICIPATE IN CLAY ACTIVITY WITH GREAT ENTHUSIASM

19-12-2020
"Tell me, and I forget. Teach me, and I remember. Involve me, and I learn.''- Benjamin Franklin. Presidians enjoyed the clay moulding activity under the theme 'Tools and Machines' in EVS. In this activity, students made tools using clay dough and classified them on the basis of their usage. They learned as per the pedagogy of learning by doing. The excitement was visible in their eyes, and they used their creativity and made various tools. They also shared their experience in the class about the activity.

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PRESIDIANS ENJOY THE VIRTUAL NEIGHBORHOOD WALK

19-12-2020
Online technologies have removed the barriers of time, cost, and location from students' learning activities and experiences. Students of Grade 2 were taken on a virtual 'neighborhood walk' around the school to explore the neighborhood places. Through this activity, students got an opportunity to see various places in the school's neighborhood. Student response to the activity was overwhelmingly positive. In the sharing experiences and learning during the virtual walk, it was evident that many students explored various places. Students appreciate the change from reading text documents, viewing videos, and responding to discussion probes.

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PRESIDIANS STRENGTHEN THEIR MATHS SKILLS WITH FUN ACTIVITIES

19-12-2020

Mathematics is not about numbers, equations, computations, or algorithms: it is about understanding. Without mathematics, there’s nothing you can do. Everything around you is mathematics. Everything around you is numbers. Presidians are taught various Mathematical concepts and their application in different ways at a very tender age, in Grade Prep. They are able to apply the same in real life at a very early age, through various frolicsome activities. Students participated in a few fun-filled activities to enhance their Mathematical skills. 

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STUDENTS MARK NATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION DAY WITH POSTER MAKING

15-12-2020

To promote National Energy Conservation Day, students of Grade-2 and 3 engaged in poster making activity. Through posters, children depicted various good habits to save electricity and fuel. Students were also given information about different strategies and multiple forms through video and PPT that can be taken up to save energy. Students have been motivated to come up with innovative ideas to save energy more efficiently. They said that they agree to make a sincere effort to change behavior and reduce energy use in our home by adopting various energy-saving measures; also, they will encourage their friends, relatives, and neighbors to do so.

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PRESIDIANS MARK SCIENCE WEEK WITH ENGAGING ACTIVITIES

12-12-2020
Science Week is an annual festival of science that takes place each year. This celebration aims to increase the understanding and appreciation of science, innovation, engineering, and technology and their role in maintaining and improving our society, economy, and environment among students. During science week, the two activities gave our students of grade 7 & 8 a fun-filled experience and inspired them. The first activity was Roleplay, wherein students dressed up as any prominent scientist and shared a few pointers revealing their valuable contribution to science. The second activity was Rocket Making, wherein students did this fun-filled activity in their online science class, under the guidance of their Science Teacher, by using materials like colourful card sheets, straws, rubber bands, cello tape, thread, balloon, and fevicol. These activities provided an opportunity to acknowledge the contributions of eminent scientists’ to the world of knowledge. This also aims to encourage an interest in science pursuits among the students and to encourage these younger people to become fascinated by the world we live in. 

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STUDENTS CELEBRATE UNICEF DAY WITH HANDFUL OF ACTIVITIES

11-12-2020

UNICEF, also known as the United Nations Children's Emergency Fund, is celebrated worldwide every year on 11th December to reimagine a better future for every child. UNICEF works in over 190 countries and territories to save children's lives, to defend their rights, and to help them fulfill their potential, from early childhood through adolescence. Students from grade 4th to 8th celebrated UNICEF DAY together to fight against the COVID -19 crises. Students not only joined together in fundraising for the vulnerable children, but they also took the initiative of donating necessities like masks, sanitizer, hand wash, etc. Students wrote slogans/ poems / made posters on Rights of every child seeking Safe Shelter/ Proper Nutrition/ Child Protection from Disasters and Conflicts/ Equality/Education/ Social Inclusion. These activities not only created awareness about the role of UNICEF in societies worldwide but at the same time, students also realized how children's rights are violated in different parts of the world and how they can be protected and addressed. 

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PRESIDIANS PLEDGE TO UPHOLD THE RIGHTS OF ALL MANKIND

10-12-2020

“Human rights are not a privilege conferred by the government; they are every human being's entitlement by the virtue of his humanity." – Mother Teresa
Human Rights Day is celebrated on December 10 every year across the world. The day marks the date when the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) in 1948. This year's Human Rights Day theme is "Recover Better - Stand Up for Human Rights," related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Presidium had organized a Poster Making Activity across its senior grades to reaffirm the importance of human rights in re-building the world we want, the need for global solidarity, and our interconnectedness and shared humanity. The students expressed their views on how the COVID-19 crisis was fuelled by intensifying poverty, inequalities, and entrenched discrimination. Through their posters, they highlighted how our continued efforts to close these gaps and measures to champion human rights could ensure we fully recover and build back a world that is better, more resilient, and sustainable. 

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NAVY DAY: PRESIDIANS SALUTE THE NAVY PERSONNEL

05-12-2020
India observes Navy Day on 4th December each year to highlight the great achievements of the Indian Navy. The Navy plays a vital role in maintaining peace at the maritime front, and thus this day showcases the Navy’s contribution as a token of gratitude and dignity. To inculcate the spirit of patriotism, grade 3 students celebrated this day with great enthusiasm. They were made aware of the work and sacrifices our Navy had been doing through videos. Students were dressed up in white color to enhance the feel of the occasion. For grade 9 and 10 students, poster making activity was organized to highlight the importance of the people who put their life at stake for the rest of the people to be safe. The students shared their emotions in the classroom, describing how proud they feel to be a part of a nation whose Navy comes as the seventh-best Navy in the world.

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AN ENGAGING KNOWING YOUR NEIGHBOURHOOD ACTIVITY FOR PRESIDIANS

05-12-2020

In TBL, under the Theme ‘Neighbourhood’ students of Grade 2 were engaged in an activity wherein students, after exploring their neighbourhood, had drawn and colored the different places that they know about their neighbourhood. They had also shared their drawings and told their classmates what makes their neighbourhood unique. Every neighbourhood may not have all the similar places, but this activity helped students to get to know that such places also exist.

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AHANA BECOMES A PUBLISHED AUTHOR AT THE AGE OF 12

05-12-2020

Ahana Srivastava of grade 7 got her first book, "Once Upon A Time"- a collection of 20 Short stories along with unique moral attached, and self-drawn pictures, published. Her 2nd book "Corona Dairies" is under publication and will be released shortly. 

"Once Upon A Time" is a compilation of childhood imaginations based on a growing child's experiential learning, incorporating inputs from local surroundings & environment, contributing to a child's journey towards life and creating a foundation for future development. The young author has successfully expressed her feelings and understanding in words and strongly pictured her imaginations; even the pictures alone can fully describe the assigned story itself.

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NEWS AND UPDATES

23-04-2021
Promoting the Pleasure of Reading!

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22-04-2021
EARTH DAY: PRESIDIANS LEARN THE WAYS OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

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18-04-2021
PRESIDIANS LEARN ABOUT THE HISTORY BEHIND OUR HERITAGE

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UPCOMING EVENTS

March 2021
Holi

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April 2021
Ram Navmi

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World Autism Awareness Day

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