The School Weekly - 28th Oct 2013

News
24 Oct Display board competition was organised for Class I to XI. The theme of the competition was Happy and safe Diwali. The students decorated their classes with lanterns and other decorations. The students of Class VI to XI made Posters depicting a happy and safe pollution free Diwali.

25 Oct Friday Activity was carried out in all the classes. The students enjoyed doing activities especially script writing.

26 Oct : Parents-Teacher Meeting was organised for students of Class VII to XI. It was really sad to see that only 10% of the parents attended the meeting.

27 Oct : A workshop was organised by Pearson Publications for the teachers. 36 teachers attended the workshop. Ms. Rekha Agarwal was the resource person. There were three more persons from Pearson along with Mr. Atul Bhargav the area manager.


28 Oct : Fancy dress competition was organised for the students of Class Pre-primary and Class I. The theme of the competition was the Ramayana. Students dressed themselves as the characters of the Ramayana. Some were dressed like Ram, Lakshman, Sita, Hanuman etc. They looked very cute and pretty.

The School Weekly - 21st Oct 2013

News
13 Oct - 15 Oct Students of Class XI along with the principal and three teachers went on an Educational Trip to Jaisalmer.

18 Oct Friday Activity was carried out in all the classes from pre-primary to class VIII. Activities like creative writing, worksheets, mental maths, practical, etc. were carried out in the classes. Students enjoyed doing their Friday activity.

19 Oct : Weekly class tests were taken in all classes. Parents-Teacher meeting was organised for students of class four to six. Only 20% of the parents attended the meeting.
 Point of View
Report of the Educational Trip
Students of Class XI was taken to Jaisalmer for a trip. The principal Mrs. Parinita Ranpal, Bharti Rao, Raveena Choudhary and Sonal Jain went along with 28 students. The trip started at 4:00 A.M. in the morning and we reached Jaisalmer at 1:00 P.M. After taking bath we had lunch and the girls took rest and the boys did swimming in the indoor swimming pool of Narayan Niwas Hotel. In the evening we visited the Patwa Haveli and The Jaisalmer Fort. The students also did shopping. Next day on 14th October, we visited the Tanot Mata temple which is 23 K.M. from the border. In the evening we reached Sam Sand Dunes where the students enjoyed the most. They did camel safari and some did jeep safari. Some boys also did camel racing and sat in camel cart. They played on sand dunes and in the night they stayed in tents. They also watched the famous Kalbelia dance of the desert. They also saw the windmills, which is used to generate electricity in the desert. On 15th October, we returned back home by 7:00 P.M. - Bharti Rao

My Early Childhood
A childhood friends, we grew up together,
Swearing to be friends forever & ever ,
Sometimes we would argue & fight,
Sometimes we would laugh & stay up all night,
My thoughts and feelings to you I would confide
Never having anything to hide
Friends we do remain
Things changing an things staying the same
To each other we will listen and share
About each other we will always care
 - Aman Qureshi (Class X)

Celebrating the Victory of Good over Evil!


English Lab inaugurated
On the auspicious occasion of the Dussehra Festival and the Navratri Season, the new English Lab was opened at The Fabindia School in Bali. This 30 seater Lab is fully equipped with software, computers and OHP equipment and is one of the most modern class rooms to help deliver quality English Learning in the Village. Every student of the School will now get to work on a Computer three to four sessions a week, as this English Lab is in addition to the existing Computer Lab. The School now has 80 computers on campus and broadband access for the full community. You will get more news about the event in the forthcoming School Weekly.

The School has the best English Lab in Bali and perhaps a unique one in the country. We will be happy to help the local community and family members of the students studying at our school to use this facility after school hours.

The School Weekly will be out next week, we are on Dussehra Holidays from the 12th of Oct to the 16th of Oct 2013.

The School Weekly - 7th Oct 2013

News
29 Sept Five of the students from the Fabindia School participated in the District Level Athletes Tournament. Out of the five students two of them won in the tournament. Ashwin Dutta of Class X won in 100 metre, 200 metre, 100 metre hurdles race and he was also awarded as the best athlete of Pali District and will also participate in the state level athlete tournament. Shinu Philip stood second in hammer throw.

2 Oct Gandhi Jayanti was celebrated in the school. The two favourite songs of Gandhi ji were sung by the choir in the assembly. The Principal Parinita Ranpal & Mr. Bharat Parihar spoke a few words on Gandhi ji & Shastri ji.

4 Oct : Sports Activities were carried out in the pre-primary section. The students who won in the races were awarded certificates.

5 Oct : Result of SA 1 was declared today. Parent teacher meeting was held. Only 40% of the parents turned up to see their child's result.
 Point of View
Gandhi and his beliefs
"We must become the change we want to see in the world". Mahatma Gandhi is considered the Father of the Indian independence movement. He spent many years in South Africa working to fight discrimination. While in India, his virtue, simple lifestyle and minimal dress endeared him to the people. Non-violence was his highest virtue. By non violence, he meant not only just the absence of violence, but also loving concern for all. He believed that truth could be known only through tolerance and concern for others. He inspired millions to fight for the cause and forced the British to leave India. He has proven that we can achieve the noble cause of liberty and justice without killing anyone or without making a child an orphan. - Daksha Jain

The Company one keeps

A man is known by the company he keeps.  A bad company spoils a man and brings him a bad name but if the person is good, it is sure to influence a person for his better life. Children are immature and tender. They can be moulded to any shape if they keep the company of good fellows they will develop a virtuous personality. If they fall in bad company they will go astray. They may spoil even their lives, so one must keep oneself away from a bad company that is why it is said "better alone than in bad company"- Bharti Rao

Compiled by Bharti Rao and published every week.

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