Parent Enrichment Program (PEP) – Sanskrit

25th January 2020 


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We had an insightful PEP session for parents on understanding Sanskrit in a better way. The session was led by Unni bhaiya, Aditya bhaiya and Kamna didi. The session was centered around activities as an important mode of technique that will help in an effective understanding of the subject. The session was an interactive exchange of spirited ideas and thoughts that aimed at helping both the parent and the child grasp the subject that will enhance learning. FYI: More photo will follow shortly.

Christmas Day Celebration

16th December 2019 

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Our school had Christmas celebrations on 16th December. It was a stunning affair where the children came dressed as X-mas trees, Elfs, Mary, Joseph, Ginger breads and many other characters focusing on the theme of Christmas. Carols were sung with full enthusiasm also a light was shed on how Christmas is celebrated in different parts of world. The icing on the cake was Santa coming and wishing everyone and dancing to the tune of Christmas.

Children’s Day Celebration

14th November 2019 

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Children’s day dawned with the spontaneous curiosity of children waiting to gather the surprises the day ahead, carried. Children were totally engrossed in the flute performance presented by Chandhan Kumar, one of the most famous icons of Indian music. The cultural events comprised of several songs, dances, skits, each of them carrying a great value. Viewing the quality of the performances, any viewer could doubtlessly assert that they all served the purpose of entertaining children to the core.

Diwali Celebration

24th October 2019 

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Diwali is rightly considered as the only festival that is celebrated worldwide with great importance. Several stories and myths revolve around this festival of lights. Whatever maybe the culture of any state or country that celebrates Diwali, the theme remains the same, ‘triumph of good over evil’. Every minute detail right from the origin of Diwali to its significance and the harmful effects that cracker bursting causes, were discussed in the interactive discussion that was part of the special assembly conducted during the day of celebration. Children’s joy knew no bounds when they were involved in the activity of selecting and painting the lamps of their choice and finally decorating them in the allotted place. Once everything was arranged the whole place was lit with a heavenly glow, the beauty of which mere words could not depict.

Parent Enrichment Program (PEP) – Pre-Primary

19th October 2019 

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Understanding the value of picture study, diyas of the pre- primary chose ‘visual learning’ as the theme for their pep session. Parents were first introduced to pictures that helped in identifying numbers, colours and letters. The videos displayed later, proved how recap activities could be woven around the theme once facts were internalized. Diyas moved on to create an awareness amongst parents about how mobile phones can never be substituted in place of books. By the end of the session, parents were able to realize how picture study paved way for children to perceive, respond, create and communicate effectively.

Parent Enrichment Program (PEP) – Math

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The Math PEP session, conducted on 31 August, 2019 was aimed at deepening the understanding towards concepts revolving around the subject. As the first step, parents were engaged in an activity based on the rules of divisibility. Parents were further enlightened about the real life applications of the taught concepts. They soon discovered that simple techniques could help them remember mathematical rules easily.

Teachers’ Day Celebration

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September 5th, 2019 witnessed excited children greeting their teachers with cards, flowers, hugs and warm wishes. The occasion planned and executed solely by children turned out to be a very joyous experience for all teachers. The programme commenced with a welcome note followed by a short speech in honour of Dr. Radhakrishna. All the cultural programs that were staged bore a common theme, the respect that each teacher deserved. Teachers were encouraged with loud cheers from children during the games session planned towards the end. The program came to a conclusion with teachers being gifted with plants in decorated pots, a befitting gift for a memorable day.