Raksha Bandhan, symbolizing sibling affection, resonated vibrantly as Presidium students wholeheartedly embraced tradition, creativity, and unity. Their enthusiastic participation infused the celebration with contagious energy, harmonizing seamlessly with the festive ambiance. Amidst boundless joy, the reverent ritual enveloped the surroundings, fostering an enduring sense of togetherness and kinship.
Presidium enthusiastically observed National Sports Day in honor of the birth anniversary of Major Dhyan Chand, a revered figure in the world of hockey and widely considered the greatest hockey player ever. In recognition of this important day, the school arranged a variety of events designed to instill a sense of genuine sportsmanship in the students and improve their physical and social abilities. The children eagerly engaged in various physical workouts and team-based activities as part of the celebration.
�One must learn by doing the thing, for though you think you know it-you have no certainty, until you try.� Taking that into account Presidium facilitated students to participate in the Science subject activity of making the model of human teeth through clay moulding. The intention was to make them understand and learn the structure of teeth in a better way. It was an effective and impactful activity, wherein the students got an opportunity to display their hidden talent and to learn in an innovative manner.
The greatest thing drama can teach is to redefine our daily lives by giving students more cultural expression, enhancing intercultural and social competencies. An Inter-Club Skit Competition was organized for the students of Presidium to enhance their intercultural and social competencies. Students from each club enacted their skits, conveying a moral message to the audience. They presented their act dressing up as the characters and with the captivating use of props, according to the requirement of their scripts. Each one of them won the audience’s hearts. Students cherished their respective roles and were highly applauded. It was a memorable experience for everyone
Presidium recently organized a session on table manners and etiquettes for children of the pre-primary section. To make it fun, the kids were taught to make placemats for their dining. The creative kids had fun designing the mats with their favorite art. They learnt a lot about the mannerisms of dining. It was a fun and enlightening experience for them.
Presidium celebrated the auspicious occasion of Guru Purnima with a lot of reverence. The school conducted a special assembly to mark the occasion. Students have performed with a lot of devotion.They paid respect to the teachers with flowers and sought their blessings. The assembly began with a happy note with students singing the Guru Mantra followed by a beautiful speech highlighting the necessity of teachers. In the program there were various songs and dances performed by the students dedicated to the teachers. Teachers enlightened the students on the significance of ‘Guru Purnima’ to inculcate traditional values in the students.
The positional pre-number mathematical concept refers to the positioning of the things or where they appear in relation to other things like Far and Near/ Up and Down, etc. To make students aware of the positional vocabulary through games and activities, Presidium created a fun-filled learning atmosphere for our young Presidians. The students thoroughly enjoyed the activity that helped them grasp the concepts and enhanced early mathematics skills.
Articles are a simple yet critical part of speech. Students practiced using 'a' or 'an' through a fun-filled activity. It is a fun approach to learning as it boosts the development of the brain in students with the help of constant stimulus by prompting them for responses. Students used A/An flashcards with different objects to perform the activity. They were very excited as well to show their vowel hand. Through this activity, students were able to identify articles and use them correctly in a sentence.
The third UP State Open Roller Sports Championship was organized at Noida where our talented Presidian, Chirag Khanna, won two medals. He was awarded two Bronze Medals, one in the Inline 9-11 age group and another in 500+D events in 9-11 age group wherein he finished up very close with 1st and 2nd place awardees in this Championship. The state championship was conducted by Uttar Pradesh Roller Sports Associations wherein around 600 skaters participated from various districts(15) of Uttar Pradesh.