STUDENTS GENERATE AWARENESS ABOUT IMPORTANCE OF SAVING WATER
Like every year, this year as well Presidium celebrated World Water Day. This program was presided over by the teachers. After a short welcoming address from the teachers, students delivered a presentation about the importance of Water in our daily life. The program then proceeded with the presentation of several slides prepared by the teachers featuring the importance of every drop of water. Students made numerous posters to generate awareness among all to 'Save Water.'
STUDENTS CELEBRATE THE AUSPICIOUS DAY OF MAHASHIVRATRI WITH ZEAL
Mahashivratri was celebrated with great enthusiasm and religious fervour at Presidium. The day marks the remembrance of overcoming darkness and ignorance. The students initiated the occasion by offering prayers to Lord Shiva and family. The tiny tots dressed up in beautiful Lord Shiva attire. Beautiful Trishul and Damru were made to venerate Lord Shiva. The teachers applauded the students for their efforts to make everyone spiritually energized and enlightened.
PRESIDIANS CONFIDENTLY DESCRIBE OBJECTS AT ‘SHOW & TELL’ ACTIVITY
"Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn."
The Show and Tell E-Competition was conducted at Presidium. Students were very thrilled and participated whole-heartedly in the competition. The competition helped the students to gain confidence and improve their vocabulary and public speaking skills; it also helped to develop the cognitive and creative skills of students. Students were able to translate their thoughts and ideas into words spontaneously. They got the chance to think out of the box and invited their teachers and classmates to come into their own little splendid world for a minute. The students boldly gave their presentation and used the platform effectively to represent their aptitude and flair for English speaking. They used innovative ways to describe the props with a lot of confidence, facial expression, and voice modulation.
PRESIDIANS CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS WITH GREAT ENTHUSIASM
Christmas is the festival that inspires the spirit of sharing and caring. In compliance with this festival, Presidium participated enthusiastically in the variety of arts and crafts as an outlet to be creative and have some fun! Students decorated Christmas trees and made Santa Claus. They also made videos and sang melodious carols. This created the excitement of the snowy festival, and the boundless joy of celebrating the festival was visible in the activities. The festival's significance was explained to the students during online class through a video depicting the life of Jesus Christ. Students joined the celebration through enthusiastic participation this Christmas.
STUDENTS ADVOCATE THE IMPORTANCE OF NON-RENEWABLE RESOURCE
Every year, December 14 is celebrated as Energy Conservation Day to raise awareness on the importance of energy conservation for the present and future generations. The conservation of energy is an important step that needs to be taken to ensure that the coming generations live in a brighter tomorrow. Keeping this into consideration, Presidium emphasized the judicious use of energy to minimize wastage and to save sources for the future through poster making activity, wherein they advocated the importance of the non-renewable resource.
STUDENTS WIDEN THEIR KNOWLEDGE WITH QUIZ COMPETITION
The quest for knowledge, like everything else of value, is not to be obtained easily. It must be worked for, studied for, thought for, and more than that must be prayed for. To encourage the students to widen their knowledge about the things happening in and around the world and updating their facts and figures, Presidium organized a Quiz Competition for Grade 9 Leaders of Tomorrow. The quiz was prepared and conducted with the wonderful and efficient Social Science team with the utmost precision and expertise. The quest had three different levels, scaling from easy to hard. And with each round, more and more students qualified, and some out stood the others. In the end, we had three outstanding performers, shining bright, who were awarded for their victory.
PRESIDIANS PARTICIPATE IN FIT INDIA MOVEMENT WITH ENTHUSIASM
Fit India Movement is a nation-wide campaign that aims at encouraging people to include physical activities and sports in their everyday lives. In compliance with this movement, Presidium participated excitedly and supported this initiative and made necessary arrangements to review the Fit India Movement launched by our Honourable Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi in New Delhi last year. As per the CBSE guidelines, we made a fitness plan to incorporate the same in students and staff's daily physical activities and ultimately in school's daily routine through online classes and modes. A plethora of activities were conducted under the campaign of the Fit India Movement. Students participated in Ball Balance drill, Cat exercise, lunges, Aerobics, Rope Skipping, Dance Jogging, Squats, different types of sports, and Yoga.
STUDENTS SPREAD THE MESSAGE OF EQUITABLE FUTURE FOR EVERY CHILD
"Child rights have no expiration date."
A time to celebrate and a time to demand action. A time for every child to have every right. Keeping this in mind, Presidians showcased their strength and leadership, advocating for a more sustainable planet for all. By getting involved in certain activities, Presidians celebrated and reinforced humanity's achievements and that together, we all can reimagine a greener and more sustainable future for every child.
HUMAN RIGHTS DAY: STUDENTS ENGAGE IN SPREADING POWERFUL IDEAS
International Human Rights Day was celebrated at Presidium to achieve fundamental rights for human beings. This day was celebrated to improve the physical and socio-cultural well-being and welfare of the susceptible group of people worldwide. By celebrating Human Rights Day, Presidians tried to eradicate poverty from human life and help them establish and live a well-off life. Some other programs which focused on learning human rights generated awareness among the students for human rights through their involvement in related activities.
PRESIDIANS BUILD THEIR SCIENCE APTITUDE WITH ‘MACHINES’ ACTIVITY
'Observation more than books, experience rather than persons, are the prime educators.'
Science topic 'Machines' was explored by the young Presidians of Grade 5, wherein they were involved in the building and functioning of various Simple Machines such as Lever, Pulley, Wedge, inclined, etc. Their efforts were demonstrated through interesting videos and pictures. Students enjoyed the activity and participated enthusiastically, which made them showcase their zeal and passion towards the application of their knowledge. The activity involved science aptitude, which leads to accomplishing the task; at the same time, they developed a deeper and long-lasting understanding of Simple Machines.