“Happiness held is the seed; Happiness shared is the flower.”
19th January w as celebrated as the International Flower Day. It is a day to pause daily busy life and show gratitude, respect, and appreciation for the vivid coloured efflorescence and uplifting fragrance that nature can produce! In this regard, students of classes 4A and 4B observed International Flower Day through activities such as observing different kinds of flowers seen in the school garden and learning their scientific names and the country they originated. Students browsed on their favourite flower and represented it through a poster-making activity. The skills builder session on learners working well with others by being on time and in teams was executed.
Learning outcome: Students are aware of different types of flowers, their scientific names, exquisite shapes, and splendid colours.
Every accomplishment starts with the decision to try.
Finalists of preliminary rounds from classes 4 A and 4 B participated in an ECA Social Science quiz competition on the topic – States and Capitals of India which was conducted on 10.01.24 and hosted by Mrs. KP Smitha and Mrs. A. Krishnaveni. Students actively participated in the quiz competition and Navilan, Amritha from 4 A, and Cyril Roy from 4 B emerged as winners in the competition. There was active participation from the audience too. There were four rounds – Direct Round, Objective Round, Visual Round, and Mapping Round. This quiz competition broadened their knowledge of the geographical location of various states and capitals in India and deepened their knowledge of monuments of India and their significance.
Learning outcome: Students determine knowledge gaps and identify areas that require further study.
Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, what are you doing for others?
Film Club Screening of the video clips ‘Giving is the best communication’ and ‘Believe in yourself’ were screened to the students of classes 6 to 8 by Mrs. KP Smitha from 3.30 pm to 4.00 pm on 10.01.24. Students shared that helping others is a fundamental aspect of human nature that transcends cultural, societal, and geographical boundaries. Whether it's helping a neighbour, collaborating on a community project, or supporting a colleague, the bonds formed through helping others contribute to the development of a supportive social network. These connections are vital for personal well-being.
Students discussed that hard work is a cornerstone of academic success and personal development. In the pursuit of educational excellence, students who embrace the value of hard work reap numerous benefits that extend beyond the classroom. The habits formed during their academic journey serve as a foundation for a lifetime of professional and personal success.