The School Weekly - 26th January 2015

Weather
This week Bali experienced erratic weather. For the first two days of the week Bali did not experience cold temperatures, the sky was clear with bright sunshine. But on Wednesday Nimbus cloud cover dominated the sky, brining cold weather with piercing chilly winds. Heavy showers on Wednesday night turned the tables to a very chilly weather. Students pin down the blame to our own very created global warming! It was no wonder to see thick fog cover on Thursday that continued till Friday. On Saturday, though the sky was clear, but the chill in the air due to North Easterlies, lowered temperatures further.
Weather figures at school campus:  Maximum  23°C
                                                         Minimum  9°C
                                                         Humidity   28%
                                                         Winds: N- NE, Gust 9/13 km/hr
Service
Monday, 19th January: In continuation of their Green School certification, Eco Club members of Class XI (Commerce) dug pits and planted trees on the left wing of the school, beyond the Football Ground, next to the second gate. Students also watered plants, that they had planted last week. Thank you Class XI!
Skills
A poem is an imagination
Where we get our destination
It gives us the way of life
It shows us the path of life

It is written by heart
And give us the structure of art
A poem is a fantasy
And is very easy

A poem is of good things
Not false but true things
A poem is written by ability
Not capacity but mentality
Suryaveer Singh/VIII A

Save Earth By Planting Trees
All plants and trees are nature's gifts. We get so many things from plants. Each and every part of plant is used by us for various purposes and we know that there would be no life possible on the Earth without trees. Trees form the food-chain. All vegetarian eat plants. Non-vegetarian eat animals as food but again these animal survive by eating plants. So, directly or indirectly all of us depend on trees for food. Most of our clothes paper, rubber and medicines come from different trees. Trees clean the air that we pollute by making oxygen. They help in causing rainfall and by that they prevent us from droughts. Roots of plants hold the soil together and prevent flood. Trees give us shade provide shelters to birds and so many other animals. Nature has given us so many things through trees. So we should also protect trees. To protect trees we should aware the people of the importance of trees that how much trees are important in our life. So protect trees. Plant more and more trees.
Kritika Mansion/IX A

खूब मजा आया
इस सर्दी के मौसम  में,
माँ ने बनाया गाजर का हलवा,
डाला उसमे जी भरकर मावा,
मुँह  जला फिर भी खाया,
खुशबू फैली गली-गली
पड़ोसियों को बिलकुल न भाया,
मौसम भी खूब ठंडाया,
बाजार तो लगा गरमाया,
तिल, रेवड़ी और इमरती
पालक, धनिया और मैथी,
गाजर, मूली और करेला,
भरा हुआ था मालिन का ठेला
सब्जी रोज बनाए कौन सी,
माँ को लगता है झमेला,
कभी ढोकले, कभी सोगरे
कभी बनी हल्दी की सब्जी
सक्रांति आयी, पतंगे उड़ाई
थोड़ी ढील दे-दे मेरे भाई
माँ बोली समेटो रजाई,
देखो -देखो वो गर्मी आई।
Bhagyashree Mewara/VIII A
Sports
Monday, 19th January: March past and PT Display practices took place as usual. Students continued to show improvement during practices, marching to the rhythm of the drums!

Tuesday, 20th January: 8 girls from Class X and XI were chosen for the Patriotic Dance for Republic Day. They will represent the school in High School, Bali. Besides this School was busy in their revision.

Friday, 23rd January: Arif Samma one of the founder teachers of the School visited the school/ He went around the school and found it extraordinarily beautiful and green. He is presently working at as SST teacher at St. Edwards School, Shimla. He is looking for opportunities to return to Bali to settle down.
Studies
Saturday, 24th January: On the occasion of Vasant Panchmi Saraswati Vandana was sung by the choir group in the Assembly, to worship Goddess Saraswati the goddess of Wisdom and Knowledge; prior to that in the weak students and teachers flew kites in the campus.

Campus Survey
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Publisher: The Principal, The Fabindia School, Bali
Staff Editors: Ms Bharti Rao, Ms Deepika Bhatt, Mr. K.G. Dave, Mr. Dinesh Bharti, Ms Usha Pawar
Editor in Chief: Kushagra Singh, Aditya Kansara
Senior Editor: Vaishali Rao, Silvi Mehta
Art Editor: Kushagra Singh, Vaishali Rao
Correspondents: Kritika Mansion, Bhanupratap Singh,  Priyank Rathod, Adityapratap Singh, Jaswant Singh, Khushi Rao, Nikhil Soni
Photography: Kushagra Singh, Vaishali Rao, Mr Kanik Goyal   
Web & Technical Support: Mr Sandeep Singh
Feedback: info@fabindiaschools.in

The School Weekly - 19th January 2015

Weather
Bali did not experience very cold temperatures for the first two days of the week. But on Wednesday it faced fog, which continued till Friday. The chill in the atmosphere lowered temperatures further. Cold, chilly winds blew from the North East sending Balites into their homes.
School weather figures:  Maximum  23°C
                                        Minimum  10°C
                                        Humidity   24%
                                        Winds: N-NE
Service
Friday, 16th January: In order to apply for Green School certificate, under Eco Club Class XI (Commerce) dug pits and planted Dalbergia Sissoo (Sheesham), Plumeria (Champa), Syzygium Cumini (Jamun), Hibiscus (China Rose), Delonix Regia (Gulmohar) trees on the right wing of the school, beyond the Monsoon Art School. Thank You students for this great job!
Skills
Saturday, 17th January: An Inter House Western Dance Competition (Class III-VI). All Houses performed to their best with more girl participants. Judges of the competition were Mr. Byju Joseph and Mr. Surendra Singh. Marks were awarded on presentation, confidence, costume and synchronization.
Results:
I           Mother Teresa House
II          Mahatma Gandhi House
III         Sir. C. V Raman House


Woman Rise In The World
In the past women were treated as slaves. They were kept within the four walls of the house. Even they had no rights. No one felt happy at home on the birth of the female child. A girl even today is regarded as a burden on her parents and family.  She had to obey her husband. Even educated and modern husbands wanted them to be kept within the four walls. Now the women's position is free world has risen. The Constitution of free world gives them equal rights in all fields of life. Today in the political field women are successful as men. In the medical field also women have proved their ability. There are many women who are physicians, medical experts etc. In the field of education women are  now on the top.
If we look at the other side of women's position in the new world, they have higher opportunities. In homes and outside homes their exploitation is continuing, society needs to change its attitudes towards women. Today women can take up any career she likes. In families they are allowed to study the subjects of their choice. Choosing a good career makes a girl self dependent. Women are considered to be a burden on the world but it's difficult to imagine a world without women.
Pooja Solanki/X
Sports
Monday, 12th January: March Past and PT Display practices started for Republic Day. Students practice.
Studies
Monday, 12th January: Due to practices of the parade, DEAR program was not carried out on Monday. On the occasion of National Youth Day a special assembly was held where Mr. Byju Joseph and Mr. Dinesh Bharti spoke a few words about Swami Vivekananda and his teachings. Mr. Byju Joseph also announced that the week will be celebrated as Road Safety Week.

Tuesday, 13th January: On the occasion of Road Safety Week Harshita Dalawat/X gave a speech on the importance of road safety and also recited a poem. Krishna Choudhary/X also gave a speech on the raging road accidents in the country. She taught how to walk on the left; look to the right first and then to the left while crossing road. She also beseeched youngsters from not riding motor cycles till they turn 18.

Thursday, 15th January: ASL (Assessment of speaking and listening skills) was conducted in for Classes IX, X and XI.
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Publisher: The Principal, The Fabindia School, Bali
Staff Editors: Ms Bharti Rao, Ms Deepika Bhatt, Mr. K.G. Dave, Mr. Dinesh Bharti, Ms Usha Pawar
Editor in Chief: Kushagra Singh, Santosh Paliwal
Senior Editor: Vaishali Rao, Aditya Kansara, Silvi Mehta
Art Editor: Kushagra Singh, Vaishali Rao
Correspondents: Kritika Mansion, Bhanupratap Singh,  Priyank Rathod, Adityapratap Singh, Jaswant Singh, Khushi Rao, Nikhil Soni
Photography: Kushagra Singh, Vaishali Rao, Mr Kanik Goyal   
Web & Technical Support: Mr Sandeep Singh
Feedback: info@fabindiaschools.in

The School Weekly - 12th January 2015

Weather
Strangely January has come as a pleasant surprise weatherwise because it is cool in Bali rather than being cold. Days are warmer compared to December, with bright sunshine that almost hurts to sit in the open. Stratus clouds are often seen covering the early morning sky and then flit away with the rising sun. School instruments recorded maximum temperature at 220C and minimum temperature at 110C. Humidity was at 22%, while the weather cock points to the North indicating typical NE winds blowing in winter.

Monday, 22nd December: Class VI and VII put up a Nativity Tableau on Christmas celebrations. The school saw Christmas Father too jingle-a-ling while students sat watching the play. He hugged and shook hands to wish all a Merry Christmas! 

Tuesday, 23rd December: Parent’s Teacher Meeting was organized. Class Nursery to Class V, it was II term Examination result day! While Class VI to XII parents were given written report on the performance of their ward for the Sharad Ritu Term. About 50% of parents attended the meeting.

Skills
Butterfly
Butterfly is a fly.
Butterfly in the sky.
It is so beautiful,
With feathers colourful.
It is very nice,
But small in size.
From one plant to other,
Butterfly goes on further.
Priyank Rathod/IX A

Good Manners
Good manners are the qualities of a person. It makes a person good and perfect. Good manners are necessary to win the hearts of others. No one likes a person without good manners. Good manners show the behavior of a person. Manners are taught in schools and houses. Good manners cannot be borrowed or bought, they are built in us. Without manners a person is like an animal. Good manners are helpful to get success in any field in our life.
Some of the good manners which we have to follow in our daily life are – one should respect one’s elders and love one’s younger. One should always smile and speak softly. One should not break discipline or not talk loudly, one should love everyone and one should be gentle and should not find anyone’s mistakes. Self discipline is a good manner i.e. we are always taught to obey our teachers, parents or any other elders, one should follow rules and regulation. “Please”, “Sorry” and “Thank You” are the three words which if used at correct time and place, can do the wonders which no other things can do. These words are helpful in making the person good mannered.
Aditya Pratap Singh/IX A
Sports
Saturday, 10th January: Inter House Badminton Tournament practices began, since it’ll be held on Saturday, 31st January. Mr. Sarvar Khan has started training of the girl participants, so that they can put up a good show.
Studies
Monday, 5th January: School reopened after a ten long days’ winter break. All students were happy to return to school. Bright cheerful faces could be seen catching up for the holidays and greeting each other. Class XII students could be seen tensed and serious because of their Pre-Boards that started on 5th January. They were concerned about their examinations and were preparing for the exams. DEAR was carried out.

Junior School and Primary section got the benefit of yet another day holiday since the Collector had announced their holiday till the 5th January.

Jackson Wagner’s parents, Ms. Hyla Wagner and Mr. Ben Wagner visited the school with Jackson’s brother and sister. They went around the school escorted by Jackson. They were happy to hear that Jackson has helped the school by teaching Physics to Class XII. Thank you Wagners for buying a photograph out of our Photography Club!

Tuesday, 6th January: With the Collector’s orders school timings changed to 10:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M for winter.

Thank you Dr. Babli Saraf, our Board Member for donating School’s first Inter House trophy for SERVICE! Dr Saraf would like to donate it in the memory of her father Dr. Manotosh Moitra to the service he is rendered to the community as a doctor.
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Publisher: The Principal, The Fabindia School, Bali
Staff Editors: Ms Bharti Rao, Ms Deepika Bhatt, Mr. K.G. Dave, Mr. Dinesh Bharti, Ms Usha Pawar
Editor in Chief: Kushagra Singh, Santosh Paliwal
Senior Editor: Vaishali Rao, Aditya Kansara, Silvi Mehta
Art Editor: Kushagra Singh, Vaishali Rao
Correspondents: Kritika Mansion, Bhanupratap Singh,  Priyank Rathod, Adityapratap Singh, Jaswant Singh, Khushi Rao, Nikhil Soni
Photography: Kushagra Singh, Vaishali Rao, Mr Kanik Goyal   
Web & Technical Support: Mr Sandeep Singh
Feedback: info@fabindiaschools.in 

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