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Street plays are a medium to express views with actions and a motive to explain something important. Keeping this in mind , a workshop on the same was organized for classes IV and V. The students were explained and familiarized with the concept of street-plays and Nukkad Natak and the purpose and importance of these plays. They also connected the concept to the nukkad natak performed by  students in school last session. The teachers presented two street plays on ‘Child labour’ and ‘Cleaniness Drive’, to make children understand the purpose of these plays, which is social issues. The children were able to connect with the topics and understood that we can bring a change in the society through nukkad natak. Overall, it was an entertaining day,full of learnings.

    “Colors fascinate the children.” To keep them involved and fascinated, stained glass drawing activity was conducted for class III on 26th April 2019.

    The students were provided with the sheets of paper with an outline design, and they colored the pattern while creating beautiful patterns.

    Coloring helps the children to have their concentration and texture and color awareness. The students were happy and refreshed at the end of the activity.

      26Apr

      Terra Quiz Grade VI-VII
      Grade VI-VII   ...

      Terra quiz was organized for creating awareness regarding safety of Environment for classes VI and VII. This quiz was conducted by Ms Annu and Ms Yogita. There were four rounds in the quiz, the names of the quiz rounds are-

      i-                   General Awareness

      ii-                 Visual cum timer rounds

      iii-               Current Affairs

      iv-               Environment Issues

      Each team consisted of four students. The lecture hall resonated with the sounds of applause as the results were announced. The positions were-

      1-    1st                   Champions

      2-    2nd                  Achievers

      3-    3rd                  Leaders

      Children enjoyed the quiz a lot and it evoked their curiosity to the core.

        26Apr

        Hindi Debate Grade VIII-IX
        Grade VIII-IX   ...

        To Conclude the Celebration of Earth week,Hindi Debate Competition was organized for classes VIII & IX as Friday Activity. The topic of the debate was ‘Impact of Industries on Global Warming’. Students came up with different gestures of presentation and put forth their ideas on Global Warming Students  spoke well and actually created the awareness and care for the Earth  & Environment. The result of the competition was

        First Position-  Rakshit(IX-B)   Leaders

        Second Position- Jiya(IX-A)     Victors

        Third Position-    Vinay (VIII-B) Victors

                                      Nisha (IX-B)   Achievers

                                     Sana(IX-A)     Leaders           

         

          “Creative people are curious, flexible, persistent and independent with a tremendous spirit of adventure and a love of play.” To keep the creativity alive, a paper flower making activity was conducted for the students of class IV and V. They were provided with the raw materials (waste paper) and they made beautiful flowers. Being creative is an Art and students did justice to it. They enjoyed doing this activity. The flowers were displayed in their respective classes in a vase.

            “Caring the earth is mind blowing”. This is the thought we inculcate in our students. To make them understand the importance of our Mother Earth, the students were made to watch videos on Global Warning and a PPT on Earth Day. Post this; the students had an activity, where they made Green House using empty soda bottles. It was an interactive activity and the students enjoyed planting saplings. At the end of the activity, they were able to associate with the problems our earth faces and how important it is to care of the earth.

              19Apr

              Quilling Grade VI-VII
              Grade VI-VII   ...

              On 19th April 2019.Quilling was organized as a Friday activity. We at Scholars Global School believe in developing artistic temperament in Students. Students were very happy and learned making flowers, greetings etc. By quilling students will develop a feeling of harmony and unity. They also develop creative art skills. 

                To show the care for our mother Earth, we initiated with the celebration of Earth Week from 19th April. A workshop was conducted on composting by Ms Debika for the classes VIII & IX. The teacher briefed the students about composting, its benefits and also about the govt schemes, process, do’s and don’ts students were made to collect the dry leaves, water & microbes were added to the compost mesh. The parts of mesh were also explained to the students along with the further results. The workshop was highly informative for students & was conducted under great care of the teachers. 

                  “Life is one Big Fancy Dress Party”

                  A fancy dress competition was organized for classes II & III on 12th April 2019.

                  The competition was held for the students to develop confidence by giving them an opportunity to get onto the stage. The children were dressed-up in their costumes and delivered wonderful sentences presentations prepared by them. The participants were judged on the parameters of there introductions content confidence and overall presentation.

                    Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment

                    Discipline is important to create a safe & fun loving environment. To remind the students about school rules, Workshop was conducted by Ms. Punam for students of Class VIII & IX. The aim of the workshop was to teach students self-discipline, rules & regulation & code of conduct.A PPT on code of good conduct was shared with the students and few behavior were highlighted like-

                    -Behaving in polite manner inside and outside the school

                    -Not to use indecent language

                    -Proper uniform is the must.

                    -Bus rules should be followed

                    -Unfair means should not be used in exam

                    Students vowed that they will follow the school rules and etiquettes inside & outside of school. 

                      To develop the virtue among students. A workshop on classroom Discipline was conducted for students of classes 6th and 7th on 12th April 2019. The main aim of the workshop was to inculcate values, ethics and a sense of responsibility. The workshop took part at lecture theatre  by Ms Anjana Lakra. The students were full of energy and were engaged enthusiastically in interaction. The session was made interesting by the use of power-point presentation & Questions and Answers round. In short students learned to stay in disciplined in a play-way method.

                       

                        “The Earth does not belong to us we belong  to the Earth.”

                        To create awareness among the students, a poster making activity was conducted on 12th April 2019, for classes IV-V. The students created colorful posters and came up with beautiful captions to save environment through this activity, the students were able to understand the problems our planet faces and the possible solutions they can adopt to save our environment.

                         

                          “Wrong is wrong even if everyone is doing it. Right is right even if no one is doing it.” Rules are made to be followed , to maintain a decorum and decency in an institution. A workshop on ‘ School Rules and Etiquettes’ was organized for classes II-V and students were made to understand the importance of rules and how essential they are for an individual’s growth. The workshop was followed by an activity and a worksheet on the same. The students enjoyed the session and they were enlightened by the way one should behave in school premises in order to make the school premises safe aware about for learning.

                            05Apr

                            Club Meeting Grade VI-IX
                            Grade VI-IX   ...

                            The first club meet took place on 5th April, 2019. The main objective of the club meet was to share the vision & mission of the club students were introduced to club teachers. They were briefed with whole year’s Friday activities (Activity, Workshops & Competitions). They were also explained about how different activities would be conducted. Students were motivated to participate in as many activities as they can. Students gave their names for participation in various activities. 

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