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Report of field trip

The students of UKG went for a field trip on 29-11-18 (Thursday) to visit temple and church in and around Ambattur

The objective of the field trip was to get to know about our neighborhood places and also this enhanced the children to learn, discover and understand different places of worship.

The children thoroughly enjoyed the trip.

Post the trip we gathered the feedback from children as a graph of favorite places they visited. Each child gave a justification on why they chose the particular location as their favorite place.

Children were taught to impart a sentence "In my neighborhood there is a temple/chruch" which is a part of the X-seed plan.

Report of field trip

"Life leadership workshop for students" – Session 3

The third and final session of "Life leadership workshop for students" was organized on 19.11.18.

The session instigated by sharing the review of the book "Don't Fall in Love, Rise in Love" by a few students.

This was followed by a recap on how to develop one’s own personality from the previous sessions.

A very energizing interaction on the topic "What is achievement", took place for a duration of 30 minutes

The session concluded with a discussion on "Is India in ICU?", and if so "What is my Role?".

Life leadership workshop for students – Session 3 Life leadership workshop for students – Session 3

Std X Parent Inteaction - Bodhi 17.11.18

The event was organized on 17/11/2018, resourced by - Dr. RAJ MOHAN- "BODHI" (Founder & Director of BODHI)

This session was a follow up of the Career Sure Test administered for students of Std X

The report of the test was provided to the parents as a hard copy in order to study the report and have their queries clarified with the resource person.

Both parents and students raised their queries regarding the suggestions provided in the report.

It was a indeed a useful session

Std X Parent Inteaction - Bodhi 17.11.18 Std X Parent Inteaction - Bodhi 17.11.18
Std X Parent Inteaction - Bodhi 17.11.18 Std X Parent Inteaction - Bodhi 17.11.18

The In 'quiz'itive Minds Of Our School

"Our children are only as brilliant as we allow them to be."

- Eric Micha'el Leventhal

The talented young minds of our school took part in ‘Prachodaya 2018’, an inter-school quiz conducted by AMM Matriculation, Kotturpuram, on the 9th of November 2018. The children performed outstandingly and won prizes. They showcased their stunning intellect and bravura, both as competitors and as onlookers. They had an unforgettable experience – an experience which they can cherish for many years. The children were grateful for every teacher who helped them participate in this quiz.

"Knowledge has a beginning but no end."

- Geeta Iyengar

The In quizitive Minds Of Our School The In quizitive Minds Of Our School

Report On Rhapsody S Annual Singing Challenge Contest

The event was organized on 20.11.2018 at Egmore Museum Theatre;

Mr. Anil Srinivasan (CEO of Rhapsody) preceded and graced the occasion

Rhapsody organization conducted an ‘Annual Singing Challenge’ competition, wherein students from 37 different schools participated.

13 students of STD VIII participated from our school.

They presented a song on the topic “Life Cycle of the Butterfly” and with heaps of zeal and passion they bagged the II prize.

The Chief Guest for this prestigious event was the Honorable minister of Tamil official language and Tamil culture Mr.K.PANDIARAJAN, who bestowed the prizes for the students.

It was a wonderful moment, when the school received an appreciation citation for being associated with Rhapsody for the past three years.

Report On  Rhapsody S Annual Singing Challenge Contest Report On  Rhapsody S Annual Singing Challenge Contest
Report On  Rhapsody S Annual Singing Challenge Contest Report On  Rhapsody S Annual Singing Challenge Contest

Us-Consulate-Elocution

In view of International Education Week (IEW; November 12-16, 2018), US Consulate conducted an Elocution Competition on the 15th of November, on the topic, "Re-imagining the World." Fifteen participants from various schools in the heart of the city aired their views on the topic. Anuvarshini P .V of class X-B was one among them who reimagined her World.

She received a certificate and a prize. She was appreciated for her demeanor, grasp over the language and her diction. There was also a special mention of her bringing about the awareness that it is everyone’s collective responsibility of making the world a better place to live in.

Infobee Club Children's Day Activities

The following activities were conducted by the Info bee Club.

STD VI - Fun with Cartoons:

This activity was largely enjoyed by children of class VI. Fourteen children participated in this drawing and colouring event. The students drew their favourite characters from 'comics'. They demonstrated their drawing and colouring skills and their love for the characters as they drew.

Infobee Club Children's Day Activities Infobee Club Children's Day Activities

Std VII: Narrators

Three children from STD VII participated in this activity conducted in the senior library. Children came up with pleasing stories. The students of class VI enjoyed the stories very much. They exhibited their raconteur skills.

Infobee Club Children's Day Activities Std VII: Narrators

Std VIII: Fact Fire

37 children of class VIII participated in this competition. They assembled in the auditorium with lot of delight, this game was very informative as it requires them to be updated on general affairs/knowledge to fire the facts. It was a quiz that tested their memory, understanding and presence of mind.

Infobee Club Children's Day Activities Std VIII: Fact Fire

Std IX : Pepper and Salt

There were 23 enthusiastic players of std. IX who played this game. The game was to match the names of authors from the lots they have chosen. It required comprehensive knowledge on books and authors for them to win the game.

Infobee Club Children's Day Activities Std IX : Pepper and Salt Infobee Club Children's Day Activities Std IX : Pepper and Salt
Infobee Club Children's Day Activities Std IX : Pepper and Salt

Std X: Tamil Debate

12 participants of STD X debated on the topic There were lot of thoughts and ideas gushing from the young minds. It was concluded, based on how and for what purpose we use it. It helped the children to demonstrate their knowledge, critical thinking and problem solving and oratory skills.

Infobee Club Children's Day Activities Std X: Tamil Debate

Std XI : Seekers

There were 54 children from class XI and 101 children from class XII who participated in this event. This game was more like treasure hunt. The event was conducted on 9th November 2018 for class XI and on 10th November 2018 for class XII. The children became the seekers of information and move by decoding the information. At the end, they reached the treasure of knowledge they were searching for. Children had to run around the campus searching for the clues. It required skills like swiftness, smartness, team playing and understanding.

Infobee Club Children's Day Activities Std XI : Seekers Infobee Club Children's Day Activities Std XI : Seekers

Art Club - Children’s Week Activities 2018-2019.

Collage Art: (Std. IX and X)

The activities were organized on 08/11/2018 Open topics were given to the students. Students depicted Nature, Environment and Current events.

Collage Art: (Std. IX and X) Collage Art: (Std. IX and X)
Collage Art: (Std. IX and X)

Plate Painting: (Std. VI, VII, VIII)

Students depicted Nature, Indian Art, different picture compositions on the Melamine plates. Different Techniques like Thumb painting, Brush strokes, Multicolour wash technique and Silhouette method could be seen. They used Acrylic paint to project their ideas on Melamine Plates.

Plate Painting: (Std. VI, VII, VIII) Plate Painting: (Std. VI, VII, VIII)
Plate Painting: (Std. VI, VII, VIII) Plate Painting: (Std. VI, VII, VIII)
Plate Painting: (Std. VI, VII, VIII) Plate Painting: (Std. VI, VII, VIII)

Depiction of South Indian Culture: (Std. XI and XII)

Students came out with different ideas to showcase their views on South Indian Culture through Poster colors and Acrylic colors in the form of painting.

Depiction of South Indian Culture: (Std. XI and XII) Depiction of South Indian Culture: (Std. XI and XII)

Life leadership workshop

The second session of this workshop was organized on 09.11.18

The session began as students spoke on their ‘’Vision on Their Goals and Aspirations.”

This was followed by an activity “Freeze Frame” wherein a team of six members were assigned to depict a scene and the audience was required to guess the situation.

An activity involving emotions where volunteers were required to utter the statement "I want to talk to you" in various emotions. The audience had to guess the emotions. Through this activity the facilitator helped students appreciate that communication is complete only when the right words and right emotions are used while communicating. The attributes of a communicator was shared with an acronym "REAL"-

R - Respectful

E - Effective

A - Active

L - Loveable

The session was wrapped up with screening of a video - communication and a book "Don't fall in Love, Rise In Love" was given for reading.

The session was lively and interactive.

Life leadership workshop

Report on Infobee club in-house camp

38 students from classes VI to IX participated in the Info bee club in-house camp from 10.11.2018 (Saturday) 5.30 pm to 11.11.2018 (Sunday) 1.30 pm.

The camp started with a prayer followed by welcome address by Mr. K. Sankara Narayanan. Mrs. Radha Ganesh gave the inaugural address motivating the children to be lifelong learners. She also enlightened on the benefits of reading and being info bees.

Numerous names of authors were prepared and children were requested to choose one. As per the name they were grouped and first activity of reading together commenced.

Next was movie screening. Children enjoyed watching the movie ‘Moana’ the story of a young tribal girl - with great courage undertook challenging task to safeguard their people from famine and grief.

Post dinner, the children had dancing session.

Sunday morning began with brain gym to refresh the young minds. After a hot coffee we started reading together session. The game lasted for 40 minutes.

Mr. M V Subbaiah sir, Managing Trustee interacted with the students and children.

We then moved on to the 'seekers' game for the next hour. Children found their treasure in the senior library and connected for 'News paper reading session'.

'Connexions' game was the next to follow. The game was about books, authors, sports and general knowledge.

At the end of the session, a complete review was made of the camp to check the learning outcomes. We found the following:

  • Children tasted the gratification and benefit of reading
  • Familiarised themselves with general knowledge
  • They learnt how to adapt and move with the group
  • They learnt how determination to do good for all will be supported by people around.
  • Understood the importance of reading news papers.

Overall it was a memorable experience for the children and staff.,

Infobee club in-house camp Infobee club in-house camp
Infobee club in-house camp