APPRECIATION DAY RECOGNIZES STUDENTS' HARD WORK & HIDDEN TALENTS
Appreciation is a wonderful thing: It makes what is excellent in others belong to us as well!
To inculcate such emotions and to boost their spirits recently, Presidium Palam Vihar has organized an Appreciation Day. Students, in this event, were acknowledged for their stupendous efforts, skills and extraordinary talents by the teachers and academic head and applauded by peers. The occasion culminated with a feeling of pride and honor, boosting their self-worth.
PRESIDIANS GIVE INCREDIBLE PERFORMANCES IN INTER-CLASS ROLE PLAY
Participating in role play gives students opportunities to be active in their communities and to take their learning beyond the classroom!
To prepare our Presidians of Dwarka 22 to step into the spotlight, an Inter-Class Role Play Competition was recently organized. The students learnt how to be flexible, all thanks to their regular performances and rehearsals. Improving tremendously on their problem solving skills, they found ways to handle mistakes in front of audience and to manage their time effectively. Making the best of the opportunity to showcase their artistic side, the leaders of tomorrow delivered breathtaking performances.
LEARNING ROSE MAKING CRAFT BY TURNING IMAGINATION INTO REALITY
With the idea of using art and craft as an alternative and noteworthy classroom teaching tool, ‘Rose Making' activity was conducted recently in Presidium, Palam Vihar, in which students participated zealously. The activity was a part of educating them about various features of plants and its parts. Students wholeheartedly indulged in preparing roses with clay and other craft material and turning imagination into reality. It was a perfect display of their elated creative energies. With the right approach and exposure, they got acquainted aptly with the concept which generated a high level of interest and attentiveness.
HANDKERCHIEF SNATCH ACTIVITY FORTIFIES FINE MOTOR SKILLS & FOCUS
To boost our grade prep students’ concentration, focus and active listening skills, a Handkerchief Snatch activity was recently organized at Presidium, Palam Vihar. The little Presidians were supposed to listen to the numbers and take quick action by targeting the handkerchief with utmost concentration and try to pick it first, while playing against their opponent. Proving immensely beneficial in enhancing fine and visual motor skills of the tiny tots by indulging them in discovering dodging through different pathways, levels and speeds with others, the activity was an enjoyable experience for them.
PICTURE READING: PRIMING PUPILS WITH SUPERIOR LANGUAGE SKILLS
In order to enhance observation skills, vocabulary and language development, students of grade nursery and prep recently participated in a picture reading competition. In this competition, students were shown pictures on the smart board for which they shared their vivid and beautiful experiences. Audiences and teachers were surprised to hear the amazing sentences framed by the children. Altogether, the program was immensely helpful to enhance the imagination and creativity of the enthusiastic children.
PRESIDIANS CELEBRATE HOLI FESTIVAL WITH TRUE EXPLOSION OF COLOURS
With the purpose of introducing students to the festival of Holi as the triumph of good over evil, carnival of colours, a community festival and tradition of ancient spring rites, students of Presidium, Palam Vihar recently conducted a special assembly on this occasion recently. The festival was celebrated in an amalgam of entertainment and information. Energy packed dance performances by the students showed the rich heritage of this festival. Insights were shared to focus that it is important to play the festival safely. Students learned to made herbal colours from homemade products. Students had a wonderful time by celebrating the festival in a traditional manner as well of throwing coloured herbal powder safely to each other.
ROLE PLAY COMPETITION: PRESIDIANS DISPLAY COMMENDABLE CONFIDENCE
Role play is the act of imitating the character and behaviour of someone, whom you take up as a character for the enactment!
Considering that it's an important part of child development, a Role Play Competition was recently conducted at Presidium, Palam Vihar. With the mission to observe and find out the inner potential, creativity and out of the box performances of our students of grades 1 to 3, the fun-filled competition enhanced Presidians' confidence, communication, physical development and problem solving skills. The students perfectly got into their respective characters and enacted different expressions in front of the audience through actions, props and voice modulation. The competition truly encouraged sportsmanship and empathy between children.
STUDENTS PRESENT VIBRANT PIECES AT DEVOUT FESTIVAL OF SHIVRATRI
On the auspicious occasion of Mahashivratri, students of Grade 3 conducted a special assembly at Presidium, Palam Vihar. In this event, students showcased various lively and colourful performances to enlighten the audience about the significance of this devout festival and Lord Shiva. Overall, it was celebrated with great enthusiasm among students and the ambience in the school filled with religious and sacred vibes.
SPLENDID DANCE COMPETITION ASCERTAINS STUDENTS’ HIDDEN TALENTS
Young students of grades 1, 2 & 3 were thrilled to be a part of colourful, energizing, and vibrant ‘Dance Competition’ recently organized by Presidium, Palam Vihar. To explore their hidden talents this inter-class event was conducted, in which students came dressed in colourful costumes to follow the different themes as per their grades. Students were delighted to perform on patriotic, folk and western dance numbers. A state of awe and excitement was witnessed by everyone among the participants and the audience. The happiness of the children was amply evident with applause and appreciation.
YOUNG PRESIDIANS PERFORM ARDENTLY IN SPELLATHON COMPETITION
A Spellathon competition was recently held at Presidium Palam Vihar and was conducted among students of grades nursery and prep. The students participated with maximum gusto in two rounds. In the first round, they identified pictures and filled in the missing letters. In the second round, students tried to write words on a sheet as the teachers dictated. All these activities promoted their speech recognition, vocabulary and other phonic skills and talents. This competition was a rather amazing platform for students to learn new words, enhance their vocabulary and concentrate on language building.