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Film Club Screening Report - 14.08.2021

The video clipping- 'Homeless Man" was screened to the students of class VI -VIII on 14.08.202l(Saturday) with a strength of 72 attendees through MS teams between 9.00am and 9.45am by Mrs. Yamini. The session started with a prayer song. After watching the clippings, the students were engaged in a discussion. The following points were discussed by the students:

'Homeless Man'

  • What goes around comes around.
  • The need to help people around us.
  • Good and bad comes back to us.
  • Students shared their life experience on the statement "Karma is a boomerang".
  • Students shared different endings for the story.
  • How the man bounced back to the idea of searching for Sarah to give back her ring.
Film Club Screening Report

A Report on Junior Nature Club

The Junior Nature Club was conducted on 13/8/2021 and 16/8/21 from 2:30 pm. to 3:15 pm. for Grades 4 & 5 respectively. Grade 4 had activities under the topic 'Colours of Nature' and Grade 5 ' The 3 R's'.

The sessions began with the introduction of the Objectives of The Junior Nature Club and the joy we derive from admiring and conserving nature. An Icebreaking Activity where students mixed Primary colours to make Secondary colours using crayons was conducted for Grade 4.

Various topics like Pigments responsible colours in leaves, fruits and vegetables, The phenomenon of a rainbow and Extraction of Dyes from petals and vegetables was shared through a PPT and video clippings.

Grade 5 viewed Video clippings on the necessity to reduce, reuse and recycle plastic waste and they experienced a virtual trip to a Plastic Recycling centre. Students enjoyed working on live worksheets that had exercises checking their knowledge on 'The 3R's'.

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Report on Film Club Screening

The video clippings- 'Miles to fly', and 'Sharing' were screened to the students of Classes IV and V with 83 attendees on 09/8/21 between 2:30pm and 3:15pm by Mrs. J. Sharmila. After watching the clippings, the students were engaged in a discussion. Students were really taken aback after watching the video. Two students were in tears after watching 'sharing'. The following points were discussed by the students.

'Miles to Fly'

  • Nothing great ever comes that easy.
  • Every successful person has a painful story.
  • There are no shortcuts to success, one has to work hard.
  • Believe you can and you are halfway there.
  • All our dreams come true if we have the courage to pursue them.

'Sharing'

  • Helping others is very important. The help given to others is often returned as well.
  • Sharing is caring . Be kind to everyone.
  • Good food is sweeter when shared with others.
  • Sharing of food is the basis of social life.
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Music Club Activity Report

Music club activity was conducted virtually on 07.08.2021 through Microsoft Teams for its club members. Saraswathi bajan taken in the raga- Hameerkalyani and set to the thala -adhi. Ragalakshana and arohanam , avarohanam of that raga was explained and demonstrated with proper shruthi. Students were given enough practice to render the song with proper tune and rhythm. Students actively participated in the learning process.

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Theatre and Literary Club Activity Report

Theatre and Literary club activity was held on 07.08.2021 (Saturday) from 9.00am to 10.00am virtually through Microsoft Teams, with 29 student members from class VI – IX. It was a sassy day filled with energy and enthusiasm.

The day's activity began with the Prayer song. Movie clipping of Shakespeare's famous play 'Merchant of Venice' –the court scene was screened as a part of theatre club activity, followed by discussion. Ms Bagiya Lakshmi engaged the students in discussion where the students highlighted the stage direction, facial expression and dialogue delivery of the characters.

Mrs.Yolanda Mcpherson introduced the literary activity with an ice breaker session in which the students were asked to introduce themselves without using the filler words like Hmm…, Ah…,You know…, And… . The students were conscious not to use such words. The other participants listened carefully and anticipated the filler words from the speaker.

'I Speak' was the activity which provided an exposure to students to speak about their liking. Students were asked to prepare a PPT on the topic for the next session.

The activity helped students gain confidence to prepare them for a presentation without any inhibition.

Mrs. Yolanda Mcpherson

Glimpse Of The Activities

Theatre and Literary Club Activity Report

Virtual Field Trip – Grade 4

On 4th August 2021, Grade 4 was on a Virtual Field Trip to Dandeli, Karnataka and the Mysuru Zoo through Microsoft Teams. The session commenced with sharing information about animals and their habitat, endangered animals, extinct animals, The Need to Conserve Animal Habitat, and the Aim of Wild Life Sanctuaries and Zoos with the help of a PPT. A video on Dandeli Wildlife and The Mysuru Zoo was screened. Students were excited to see animals and birds in the zoo. A discussion was held after the visit to the zoo and students shared their understanding about animal sanctuaries and the way sick animals are treated in a zoo. Students answered live worksheets on animals and posted pictures of completed worksheets in the chat. Students were asked to make a poster or write a slogan under the topic 'Save animals and forests' as a Home Assignment and upload it in the Assignment Channel.

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Virtual Field Trip – Grade 4

Art Club Activity August 2021

Lippan art, a traditional art form of Gujarat was demonstrated in a contemporary way by using plaster of paris, fevicol, decorative mirrors and synthetic colours. Students prepared the base by applying a clay coat and drew line segments, shapes, curves and other rangoli pattern using the mixture. They decorated the craft work using cut mirrors. The beautiful final products were presented.

Through this activity student were able to appreciate the folk art of Gujarat.

Glimpses of student's work

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"This city smells of culture, coffee, and coast - Namma Chennai"

The Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage organised a storytelling workshop in collaboration with Talking Club on "Off we go! to Chennai, to Chennai" conducted on 06.08.2021[Friday] from 2.30 pm to 3.30 pm. Ten students and two teachers (Miss Bhagya Lakhsmi and Mrs Smitha) registered from our school and there were 240 participants in the webinar. Ms Sujatha briefed on the Built heritage, culture, and traditions of Chennai. The session was named "Aiyyoo..". The storytelling session introduced the culture and heritage of our many splendoured city Madras that is Chennai. The session was based on the book "Off we go! to Chennai, to Chennai". The 5th in a series of children's books on cities of India and their heritage and culture, Co-published by young INTACH and talking club. The other four books are about Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Jaipur - the books being written by Arthy Muthanna Singh and Mamta Nainy. They have co-written and completed 26 books to date. The primary objective of the session was to inculcate the importance of preserving our heritage and culture. The authors fashionably read the book with pause and intonation to enable children to get the feel of the book. Students actively participated in a hands-on activity, and they were engaged with a series of drawing and colouring sessions - drawing kolam, Kanjivaram saree brocades, Rajanikanth etc. The story revolves around a character named Vijaylakshmi who is an ardent Bharat Natyam dancer and loves everything about Chennai. The learning outcome being that two people can contribute to a story and become co-authors with similar ideas and vision, and taking steps in preserving and conserving the built heritage, culture and tradition of Tamil Nadu and being proud of our varied culture and heritage.

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