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30th October 2021 Grandparent’s day was celebrated with gusto by the Pre primary.

Grandparents are the family’s strong foundation. Through their special love and care, grandparents keep their family close to heart. To honour them Pre-primary students celebrated Grandparents Day on Saturday, 30th October 2021. Pre-primary Head, Ms. Usha Gupta and Co-ordinator Ms.

29TH OCTOBER 2021 – Children showcased their learning during the EXIT POINT UNIT 3

Students of Jr. KG and Nursery had a great time articulating their learning of the 3rd Unit – The Brilliant Bug Ball – Mini Beasts through the Exit Point on 29th October, 2021. It was a successful event with effective

23rd October 2021 – Children participated in the Read Aloud session and enjoyed listening to the story.

Read aloud sessions help children grow their vocabulary, introduce many words and concepts. Also, listeners are supported by the reader’s expression and fluency. On 23rd October, students of Grade II enjoyed listening to the story, “The Best Birthday Gift”. Teachers

25th October to 29th October -Children participated in a special activity and learned the 21st century skills in a play way method.

During the week of 25th October to 29th October, as part of the special activity, offline students of Stages and Grades I to III were thrilled to play outdoor games. The Stage and Grade I students had fun playing hula

26th October 2021 PLANT A HOPE-An activity giving students a hands on experience to know more about germination.

"He who plants a tree, plants a hope." - Lucy Larcom. Our EVS topic for the month is “The plants around us”. On 26th October 2021, students of Grade I had a hands-on experience of sowing seeds to understand the

28th October 2021 – NUMBER ADVENTURE-Children participated in an enriching experience to explore numbers.

“It is not about the number of hours you practice, it's about the number of hours your mind is present during the practice.” - Kobe Bryant. Children’s love for Math is endless. On 28th October, the students of Grade II

LET’S GET TO KNOW EACH OTHER!-An activity to help children socialise and get to know more about each other.

An ability to interact with other children opens up opportunities to practice, learn speech and language skills. It improves the communication skills of children, helps them to relate to and know people around them. The topic for this week’s Quality

READING TOGETHER- The stop and jot technique enhanced students ability to write a character sketch.

"Characterize people by their actions and you will not be fooled by their words.” - Esse Dagogo. Students of Grade III tried and tested this by sketching out the different characters in the novel, Shah Jahan and the Ruby Robber.

CHALLENGES ARE EXCITING! Students learnt the lifeskills of serving delicacies to their guests.

What is a WOW moment for a teacher in the class? When an activity that is well planned and executed excites the students. Sounds like a satisfactory moment, doesn't it? Yes, this happened in Grade III when the introductory activity

FESTIVALS BRING JOY!-Children learnt to decorate diyas and showcased their aesthtic creative skills.

Diwali is the festival of lights and joy, which signifies the victory of good over evil. By lighting the diya, you dispel negativity from your mind and soul. This clears up space for positive thoughts to enter. Students of Grades

LET’S LABEL!- Children learnt to create aestheticaly designed labels for their cubbholes.

Little learners of Stage 1 exhibited their enthusiasm by creating their own labels for their classroom. They helped in organizing the classroom by labeling the door, windows, cubbyholes, their own school bags and stationeries

FLOAT AND SINK-The little scientists of Stage 1 explored the concept of floating and sinking.

The little scientists of Stage 1 explored the concept of floating and sinking with the help of an experiment in the classroom. It helped them learn that material, weight and shape also affect the floating or sinking of an object.

RECITATION AND STORY TIME!- A powerful tool to engage, influence and inspire the learners.

Story-telling has the power to engage, influence and inspire learners. The learners of Stage-2 are exploring poems and telling stories of varied themes which help in developing their confidence, creativity, memorization skills, identifying rhythm, pattern and sequences.

WHAT IS YOUR NUMBER STORY?-Students learnt to link stories to numbers and create engaging experiences.

Number story is a great way of bringing life to teaching numbers. Stories link numbers to the world by creating interest and engagement. This helps children to connect numbers with real life. Learners of Stage 1 wrote their own addition

DIWALI CELEBRATION-Learners of Stages 1 to 5 celebrated Diwali with festive gusto.

The learners of Stages 1 to 5 celebrated Diwali with festive gusto on the 3rd of November. The day started with various group activities like making a rangoli, decorating the door with flowers and mango leaves, creating a Diwali corner
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