Weather in School has drastically changed. It is becoming increasingly hot. Use of fans has started in classrooms. The days are bright and sunny. Maximum temperature is at 34°C and minimum temperature is at 22°C. Humidity is at 33%. Wind is blowing SW at 12 km/hr.
Examinations are important but they have the tendency to increase stress level of students. Over and above this we are troubled by the expectations of our parents and teachers. When the examinations are near the students suffer from examination fever and exams are regarded as a curse by the students. This is because parents make a big hue and cry around it. Parents keep on scolding and keep on telling us one week before that don’t watch TV or play on computers, study and don’t do anything else.
“How can you think of a party when exams are breathing down your neck?” This approach towards exams brings fear in the mind of the child. Some of the fear comes because others are scared. Those students who have regular study hours don’t have to fear because their study is consistent and timely. Regular study saves one from unduly cram just during exam time. -Khushi Rao/X/GH
Study, study, study,
Is the cry from every nook and corner
When exams are on head.
Mom says,” Don’t play”
Father says, “No bat, no ball, no games”
The word ‘Examination’ has struck terror,
It has brought fever.
Oh! God why can’t examinations be banned,
So that I can be free like a bird.
-Anumesh Rao/ VII/GH
Woman is innocent as a daughter
Woman is passionate as a beloved
Woman is dedicated as a wife
Woman loves as a mother
But her heart is very strong filled with naughtiness
She is born to give you happiness
‘Woman’, is wonderful creation of God.
Tuesday, 8th March: Special Assembly was held on the occasion of Women's Day. Mr. Ajay Vijaywargi, Mr. Dinesh Bharti, Mrs. Bharti Rao spoke to show the importance and significance of women in society.
Thursday, 10th March: Evaluation III (Classes Pre-Primary –Class II); SA II for Classes III to IX and Final Term Examination for Class XI began from Wednesday. School is going through very serious times of exam. Students hardly run around and play. School gets over at 1:00 PM.
We the staff of The Fabindia School deeply condole the untimely and sad demise of the father of Mr. Tejaram (Gardener), who left for heavenly abode on 9th March’16. We pray Almighty to grant peace to the departed soul; may God bestow strength to the bereaved family to bear this irreparable loss.
Art & Craft of the students of Class VI, VII & VIII