Fun Math is a highly effective Math curriculum based on play and hands-on learning for the children to enjoy their lessons and feel confident. Children of Sr.KG were taught the concept of greater than through the help of the ‘Crocodile
Children of Jr.KG are taught the different phonic sounds through a variety of enjoyable methods. A capture of one such moment of this week was children exercising their learning by reading the sound on flashcards and matching it with the
BEING THOUGHTFUL, BEING ADAPTABLE!Jr. KG , Sr.KG-emphasised on a play-based approach of learning the personal goals of IEYC .
This week the children of Jr. KG and Sr. KG emphasised on a play-based approach of learning the personal goals of IEYC through the ongoing theme “Once upon a time”. In continuation to the classroom teaching, different activities involving puzzles,
27th August 2022: A workshop highlighting “Crucial years of early childhood” was conducted by the Vice Principal Ms. Trisha Chakraborty.
A workshop highlighting “Crucial years of early childhood” was conducted by the Vice Principal Ms. Trisha Chakraborty on Saturday, 27th August. The Pre-Primary parents were all ears for the teaching learning process of the young children. To bring into the
On 22nd August, students of Grade I started exploring rhyme and rhythm. This helps the children to learn words, sounds and language formation. Hearing and using rhyme, rhythm, and repetition help children develop early literacy skills. The children had a
“Read-aloud with children is known to be the single most important activity for building the knowledge and skills they will eventually require for learning to read.” Read aloud was taken up during the week of 22nd - 27th August, for
Grade III PBL Presentation was held on 27th August 2022. The students participated with great enthusiasm and excitement. The topic was ‘Health in our Hands’ which was based on the inquiry question, “How to create a system that helps to
“Freedom in the mind, Faith in the words, Pride in our souls…… Let's salute the Nation” with this thought in mind the students of Grades I - III participated in the Swathantra Bharatha Vajrotsava celebrations on 23rd August. Students actively
“It's through curiosity and looking at opportunities in new ways that we've always mapped our path.” -- Michael Dell. Taking the same spirit forward Umang Suchitra Club was launched on 8th July, 2022. It is created with the aim of
18th August :Grade IX have undertaken the ‘Clean Lake Venellagada Project’. As a part of SEWA project
Students of Grade IX created a buzz around Lake Venellagada. Pollution and the foul smell have become a new identity for this lake. As a part of SEWA, students of Grade IX have undertaken the 'Clean Lake Venellagada Project'. On
“We create learners who are ‘life-ready’ so that they can apply their knowledge to real-life situations.” ― Sandy Hooda ‘We are learning through projects now because in the future we will work on projects. We do not gather information from
20th August : An insightful session on “Know Your Teens” was conducted for the parents of Grades VI-VIII
Indecisive behaviour, conflicting life situations and personality change, all factors into teenage experience. This often means that they need someone to keep an eye on them so that they don't get into trouble. Suchitra Academy conducted an insightful session on
A SESSION ON CYBER SECURITY AND DIGITAL SAFETY was conducetd by Mr. Rakshit Tandon on 22nd August,2022
Students of Grades VII to XII attended a webinar conducted by Mr Rakshit Tandon, Consultant and Cyber Expert on 22nd August, 2022. The session gave insights into the issues we face using the digital platform and created awareness about digital
“22nd August,2022 : NOVEL READING PROGRAMME- A CULMINATION ! Students of grades IV and V celebrated novel reading. “
“Read aloud a book and enchant the students!' Reading aloud is one of the most important activities that parents and teachers can do with children. Reading aloud builds many important foundational skills, introduces vocabulary, provides a model of fluent, expressive
24th August 2022 : ‘My learning, My discovery!’ is an initiative to promote students of grade XII to discover what they wish to learn that is not taught.
The art of thinking can exercise the brain, as well as the entire body. The test of intelligence is not how much the children know, but how they behave when they don’t know what to do. ‘My learning, my discovery!’