Punjab school events: Play-dough math activity for St Joseph’s children
The Kindergarten block of St Joseph’s Senior Secondary School, Sector 44-D, Chandigarh, organised a two-day ‘Edu-Carnival’ to mark Children’s Day celebrations. The objective was to improve students’ cognitive and motor skills. They revised mathematical and English concepts with arts-integrated activities. They learnt concepts of greater than, smaller than, count and make, letter writing, phonics sounds, etc., with the help of play-dough.
They made different patterns and shapes with matchsticks, solved riddles, played secret words, counted numbers, and pasted bindis/stones accordingly on chart paper, and danced with their peers and teachers virtually. Principal Monica Chawla appreciated the efforts of the teachers and students.
Students showcase their hobbies
An activity, “My hobby , my world” was organised for students of classes 1 top 5 at Green Land Senior Secondary School on Friday.
The children were encouraged by parents and teachers to showcase their hobbies through the online activity. Principal Baldeep Pandher lauded the efforts of the students.
Ryan Int’l pupils showcase their acting skills
A role-play activity was conducted for Montessori students of Ryan International School, Mohali.
The objective was to help them learn about real-life environments and situations at their own pace. Children enacted the roles of their favourite characters. The activity helped develop their verbal communication skills and physical mannerisms.
Saupin’s kid makes 141 sketches on Sikhism, sets record
Divneesh Harpreet Singh, a student of Class 1 of Saupin’s School, Sector 32, was certified by World Records India for setting a new record by making 141 pencil shading sketches on the subject: Sikhism within a month.
He covered all Sikh gurus’ lives, their philosophies, and teachings in his sketches. Divneesh has also been felicitated by the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee.
Students present cultures of Indian states
National Integration Day was celebrated at BCM School, Basant Avenue, Dugri Road, on Friday.
An inter-class dance competition was organised for students of the primary wing on the occasion. They presented diverse performances on wide spectrum of folk songs from states like Rajasthan, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Kashmir. The students gracefully represented the glory of different states marking the love, peace and unity that we all share.
Darshan Academy students improve their vocabulary
Darshan Academy celebrated Virtual English Project Week. An array of events were conducted with the motive to enhance the vocabulary and language skills and make learning more enjoyable. It was aimed improving the vocabulary and grammar of students.
Principal Rajdeep Kaur Aulakh appreciated the efforts of the Englis
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- The virtual library will help students of Classes 9 to 12 develop the habit of reading newspapers and competition-related materials.
- A dietitian working with the Asian Heart Hospital in BKC, Dr Patil has been working with Covid-19 patients at the BKC centre for the past six months.
- Senior principal Vineeta Arora appreciated the efforts made by BOSS and said that it has sincerely committed itself to the betterment of the society, truly exemplifying the fundamental values of the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan.
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- They are not only equipped to achieve good ranks in the academics field but also are equally trained to their best potential for performing well in their extracurricular activities including sports.
- A plethora of activities were organised during the festival like aerobics, taekwondo, karate, kickboxing, yoga, poster making, slogan writing and poem recitation.
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- Season 2 of CSP will be divided in different categories as per the new curricular and pedagogical structure of the primary, middle and secondary school students.
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- The little artists created art using twigs, dry leaves, pebbles, grass etc. The activity helped develop their motor skills and imagination.
- The Covid-19 pandemic disrupted the original celebration-related plans of the school but with the help of the patrons a special online platform was developed to hold various competitions.
- While the department had earlier decided to do away with the FCFS rounds this year, the decision was revoked owing to a large number of students still without seats after five admission rounds.
- Around 100 players from different schools of the district participated in the competitions.
- Kartik again proved that persistence and determination are a sure way to success and glory.