A WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF CONFIDENCE AT RHYME RECITATION COMPETITION
Rhymes enjoy an undisputed importance in the life of a kindergartener. Teaching of nursery rhymes not only develops speaking skills but also helps express their feelings through facial expression and gestures. Understanding poems makes a child sensitive and reciting the same makes them creative. A strong performance is one in which the meaning of the poem is powerfully and clearly conveyed to the audience. This was displayed beautifully by the students of grades Nursery and Prep, when they participated in English & Hindi Rhyme Competition, held at Presidium School, Raj Nagar. The students made all the characters of each rhyme come alive. They enthralled their teachers and friends with their memory skills while reciting rhymes and ended the competition with a beautiful group dance. It was an excellent opportunity for them to gain confidence through stage exposure.
SCIENCE ACTIVITY: PRESIDIANS LEARN ABOUT ‘SEPARATION OF MATTER’
Observation more than books, experience rather than persons, are the prime educators. Keeping this in mind, under the Science topic ‘Separation of Matter’ Presidians of Grade 6 explored various methods of separating the substances. Building up on the same concept, sieving, filtration, centrifugation and evaporation was demonstrated in the class. Students enjoyed the activity and participated enthusiastically. Overall, the activity involved science aptitude which lead to accomplishment of the task, at the same time they developed understanding of separation of matter. By the end of the activity, they were able to understand the concept of separation very well.
BECOMING CONSCIOUS PEOPLE WITH ‘GOOD TOUCH, BAD TOUCH’ ACTIVITY
An activity on ‘Good Touch, Bad Touch’ was recently organized for Primary Students at Presidium, Raj Nagar. It was conducted to support the cause of creating awareness on child safety. All the students of grade Nursery-Prep participated in the activity that was held over different sessions. Every child needs to be taught that their body belongs to them and they have a right to protect it with this in mind, teachers taught the children how to identify the ‘No Touch’ areas. Also to understand who ‘Safe Adults’ are, a ‘Safe Circle’ activity was conducted wherein the students pasted the pictures of their parents and guardians. The activity also highlighted how to handle a bad touch by shouting and running away from the person and informing a safe adult about the same and how to clearly communicate with parents about any bad experience was explained through dramatization. Under the guidance of the teachers, the students were also shown a PPT presentation and some videos, so that they could understand the difference between good and bad touch. With this session, children will now be able to recognize and protect themselves against such dangers from an early age.
WORLD DANCE DAY: PRESIDIANS CELEBRATE A DAY FULL OF DANCE & MUSIC
PRESIDIANS CELEBRATE EARTH DAY WITH A PLEDGE TO SAVE ENVIRONMENT!
It is said that Earth is our Mother and we should care for her in every way so that she does not
get destroyed or loses its charm. As stated by Gandhiji, “Earth provides enough to satisfy every
man’s need, but not every man’s greed.” On the special occasion of Earth Day, the students of Presidium Rajnagar, witnessed a special assembly to pay regards to our Mother Earth. The assembly began with the prayer, seeking the blessings of the Almighty, followed by the news and thought of the day. Students also presented a skit based on the conversation between the Earth of 20 th and 21 st centuries; making us aware about the development process that is leading to the degradation of our Earth. There was a display of beautiful and thought-provoking posters made by the students to celebrate the occasion. Overall, the students learnt a lot from the special assembly organised with the purpose to make the young Presidians feel the seriousness of Mother he current situation and they took a pledge stating their determination to protect the Earth and take care of it in every possible way.
FUN WAY OF LEARNING MATHEMATICS KEEPS FEAR AT BAY!
“The only way to LEARN Mathematics is to DO Mathematics.” - Paul Halmos
Presidium strongly emphasizes Experiential Learning and encourages the use of tools and techniques to implement it. Keeping the same view in mind and in order to promote the use of innovative ways for developing Number Sense, Mathematical Concepts and Reasoning, Presidium Raj Nagar organised a Maths Activity for students of Grade 5. The students learnt the formation of numbers using Dienes Blocks. The activity aimed to promote Critical Thinking and Problem Solving in classroom with the help of Jodo Gyan kits. The activity was thoroughly enjoyed by students as it fostered their analytical skills. Students felt that learning through this approach was quite an amusing experience and felt confident about the subject, thus eliminating fear of mathematics.
ASTRONOMY WORKSHOP: YOUNG SCIENTISTS EXPLORE THE WORLD OF SCIENCE
“It’s one small step for a man, and one giant leap for mankind.”– Neil Armstrong
Presidium believes in empowering the students by giving them the requisite exposure in every field. Keeping the same view in mind, Presidium Raj Nagar organised an Astronomy Workshop to nurture the minds of budding scientists. The activities in the Workshop were aimed to trigger the scientific temper and critical thinking of the students. The Presidians not only got acquainted
with the Importance and Scope of Astronomy as a career but also witnessed a demonstration of a working model of a Rocket Launcher. They were totally captivated by the experience which altogether took them to the journey of the fascinating world of celestial bodies.
WELCOMING A HARVEST OF HAPPINESS WITH BAISAKHI CELEBRATIONS
Presidium Raj Nagar rejoiced the bounteous festival of Baisakhi as the students of grades 1 to 5 conducted a wonderful assembly to mark the day. The talented Presidians spread joy and optimism among all with their spectacular musical performances, poems and speeches. They also reflected upon the importance of this festival by showcasing the Punjabi culture.The motive behind the celebration was to apprise the children of their rich culture and heritage. Towards the end of the assembly, they also shared their views about the importance of celebrating festivals and how everyone must celebrate every little moment of their life wholeheartedly.
WELCOMING THE LEADERS FOR ANOTHER YEAR OF LEARNING & FUN!
LET’S PAINT THE TOWN IN THE COLOURS OF LOVE & JOY THIS HOLI!
LET’S PAINT THE TOWN IN THE COLOURS OF LOVE & JOY THIS HOLI!Presidium Raj Nagar celebrated the festival of colours with great enthusiasm and excitement. A special assembly was organised for the occasion. Several performances enthralled everyone. The celebrations ended with the students playing holi with natural and herbal colours and wishing happy holi to their teachers and friends.