PRESIDIANS ENHANCE THEIR THINKING & REASONING SKILLS IN MATH WEEK
a dynamic subject!
us to new horizons and forcing us to look at new goals, Math is constantly
changing and can never be static. For an enjoyable experience of Mathematics, Presidium
Dwarka 16B recently celebrated ‘Math week’, wherein different activities like feed
the monster, number maze, caterpillar game, pan balance, height and weight
measuring, fraction game were organised to nurture the mathematical skills of
the students. Besides clearing quantification, these activities also enhanced
the skills of measurement, ordering the numbers and skip counting. Excited to
learn about the practical significance of the theoretical concepts that they
had learnt, the students learnt to calculate the area and perimeter. It was a very
interesting session where the Presidians got to observe and explore new areas
the environment and focus on the development of.
EMPATHETIC PRESIDIANS LEARN ABOUT THE VIRTUE OF SHARING IS CARING
To share is to give strength to humanity!
In light of the aforementioned statement, a special assembly under the theme ‘sharing is caring’ was recently conducted by the nursery students at Presidium, Dwarka 16B. The assembly began with an interactive discussion about the virtue of sharing by the teachers. Thereafter, day-to-day situations were enacted and discussed to highlight the importance of sharing. Students delivered speeches, recited poems and presented dance performances on sharing and caring and concluded the assembly with the message that creating harmony in the society is essential.
WISE PRESIDIANS RAISE DISABILITY ISSUES ON WORLD DISABILITY DAY
Abled does not mean enabled; disabled does not mean less abled!
To promote an understanding of disability issues and mobilise support for the dignity, rights and well-being of persons with disabilities, the World Disability Day was celebrated with utmost passion by the grade 8 Presidians of Dwarka 16B. They spread awareness about this special day with a rousing assembly, wherein a thoughtful skit and an entertaining dance performance was presented to stimulate compassion in everyone's heart for the disabled. The assembly intended to increase awareness of gains to be derived from the integration of persons with disabilities in every aspect of political, social, economic and cultural life. The brave initiative by our leaders of tomorrow indeed managed to create an atmosphere of empathy and respect for the specially abled.
YOUNG PRESIDIANS RELIVE HISTORY WITH A SOULFUL ITIHAAS WALK
Experiential learning is one of the best ways of learning!
Visiting historical places today tells us a lot of history and the culture in the bygone age. Believing in this, an Itihaas Walk to Kashmere Gate and its adjoining areas was recently organized for our grade 8 students from Presidium, Dwarka 16B. Accompanied by teachers and the academic head, the young learners were curious to know and witness this monumental evidence of India’s first war of independence: the Revolt of 1857. The first site was the Nicholas cemetery, where the Presidians were given an insight about the cemetery to be the first one in Delhi, made by the Britishers. After this, they were taken to the mighty gate, built during the reign of Shah Jahan, the Kashmere Gate. The learners were explained, that it was with this gate, that the Britishers entered the walled city of old Delhi to capture it. All the students, were taken for a small walk in the narrow gullies and mohallas of the old city, in order to get the feel, that these were the passages where our kings and emperors walked through. Soulfully walking, observing and noting down details, the leaders of tomorrow made the best of this exciting historical trip.
PRESIDIUM DWARKA 16B WELCOMES SPARSH FAMILY WITH OPEN ARMS
On the joyous occasion of Children's Day, the leaders of tomorrow from Presidium Dwarka 16B went on to meet their special friends at Sparsh and showered them with their signature love in the form of a generous contribution. To reciprocate their virtue of kindness, the lovely special children of Sparsh recently came to see their kind-hearted friends at Presidium. Warmly welcoming them with brightened up faces and a small token of love, the Presidians spent a memorable time with the Sparsh family.
PRESIDIANS PRESENT A CAPTIVATING ASSEMBLY ON WORLD TELEVISION DAY
"Television is like a library. There are a lot of library books in it, and you have to pick and choose what you take out of it." - David L. Wolper
Today, we cannot even imagine our lives without television. Considering its voluminous importance in the present-day scenario, grade 6 students of Presidium, Dwarka 16B recently presented an entertaining assembly on one of the biggest entertainers of our times, Television, on the occasion of World Television Day. The assembly was initiated with an enticing enactment of the inventor of television, J.L. Baird, wherein a student shared his thoughts stating that television,
his invention, took many long hours of hard work and research. He was sad as he had invented it with many wishful positive reasons behind but we have got addicted to it mostly for wrong reasons. The students also presented a skit that depicted three scenes where they began from the time when people spent time without television, then they presented the time when Doordarshan came into our lives and finally, the present modern times where we have 24x7 television telecast and what are its effects on our family lives. It was further concluded by a beautiful poem, elucidating the message that technology is created for our good and that we should use it wisely.
ANNUAL SPORTS DAY ADDS THE ETHOS OF SPORTSMANSHIP ON PRESIDIANS
"Champions keep playing until they get it right." - Billie Jean King
In our attempt to raise a generation of champions, the Annual Sports Day was organized for students of Presidium, Dwarka 16B. Featuring various amusing races such as clean the yard race, sack race, bag pack race and hurdle race, the competition had a lot to be done by our tiny tots, who enthusiastically participated and displayed exceptional sporting spirit. For students of grades 3 to 10, there were competitions like sprints, relay races and short put contests. The most intriguing aspect that embellished the event were the splendid field displays, involving mass student participation, which splashed on the field, a riot of hues and vibrancy.
SPORTS PRIZE DISTRIBUTION CEREMONY RECOGNIZES WINNING PRESIDIANS
To celebrate our young students’ dedication and commitment to sport and sportsmanship, an Annual Sports Awards Distribution Ceremony was organized for the Presidians of Dwarka 16B. Graced by our dear Sudha Ma'am, the honourable chairperson of Presidium, the ceremony initiated with the Sports Head, Mr. Shiv Kumar, throwing some light upon the Sports Achievements report for the session 2017-18. This was followed by a few mesmerising glimpses of Sports Day. Addressing the students and appreciating the winners, Sudha Ma'am motivated them with her boundless enthusiastic words, post which she rewarded the achievers with certificates, medals and trophies. An unbelievable display of our students' athletic abilities followed next with a spectacular pyramid formation performance. We hope that these winners are proud of their achievements, as we are, and continue to develop their love for sports.
TEACHERS SHOWER LOVE & BLESSINGS ON PRESIDIANS ON CHILDREN'S DAY
Filled with excitement to celebrate the Children's Day with unmatched happiness and vigour, the students of Presidium Dwarka 16B recently organized a special assembly. Amid beautiful performances by both our young Presidians and teachers, details from Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru's life were shared to make the children aware about the voluminous love he had in his heart for them. Adding another beautiful chapter in the school diaries of our Presidians, the day filled the campus with merriment and joy.
PRESIDIANS PLEDGE UNITY ON RASHTRIYA EKTA DIWAS
To extend a heartfelt appreciation about the life and the involvement of the great leader, Sardar Patel in the veritable contribution during the freedom struggle, Presidians of Grade 4 conducted a special assembly on the occassion of National Unity Day. Presenting an informative speech on the life, history and the role of Sardar Patel in the freedom struggle, students took a pledge to stand unified and build a harmonious society. Adding to the celebrations, students sang a song “Hind Desh ke Niwasi” on National Unity and also presented a dance performance on “Suno gaur se duniya valo“. Promising to make their own contribution in order to ensure internal security in the country, Presidians concluded the assembly by singing National anthem.