The School Weekly - 19th February 2018

LEARNING FORWARD
 COMPASSION
Compassion is the feeling of sympathy and understanding each other. Compassion is necessary for all and it plays a pivotal role in the life of teachers. It helps the teachers to understand their students well and create an happy atmosphere in the school campus. Many teachers believe that taking a strict approach towards their students is best. But this is not fruitful. It gives poor results and students build a negative impression of their teacher. They are scared of such teachers and are even scared to ask questions. But on the other hand a compassionate teachers class is lively. The students love and respect their teacher and they start trusting their teacher. They feel free to share their problems with their teachers. The simplest way to show that you care for your students is to motivate and praise them. The teacher can talk privately aside with those who do not feel free to share their problems in the classroom. A teacher should not humiliate or hurt his students feelings. A compassionate teacher is one who does not hold any grudge against his students and forgives him for his mistakes. Love, care, understanding, forgiveness, trust and respect given by a teacher helps his student to be free of stress and leads to him to success.- Bharti Rao/ Educator
ALUMNI
Interview
(ED: Editor & MR: Mayur Singh Rathore)
ED: What is your name?
MR: My name is Mayur Singh.
ED: Which was your batch year?
MR: My batch year was 2015-2016
ED: Who were your batch mates?
MR:  My batch mates were Bajrang Singh, Deepak Udawat, Mamta Chouhan, Vaishali Rao, Kushagra Singh etc.
ED: Who was your best teacher?
MR: My best teacher were Mr. Krishan Gopal, Mr. Byju Joseph, Mr. Suresh Negi, Mrs. Bharti Rao and Mrs. Prerna Rathod.
ED: Have you ever participated in any activities, tournaments?
MR: Yes, I participated in Volleyball and Basketball Tournaments
ED: What are your present qualifications?
MR: I am doing Hotel Management. I have done Housekeeping and Front Office. Nowadays I am doing my Intern in Food & Beverages from Lila Palace, Udaipur.
ED: What was your experience at Fabindia School?
MR:  I can only say that I miss my schooldays and my teachers a lot.
ED: Will you like to give any message to your juniors, school, or friends etc.?
MR:  Yes, I would urge juniors to focus on their studies, abide the rules and regulations of the school and to be more professional.
STAFF
Tuesday, 13th February- Wednesday 14th February: Educators had two days PLP Session in which they had their HOD Meetings. They discussed their final exam question papers, its format, syllabus mapping etc. 
Saturday, 17th February: Educators had their HOD Meeting in which they discussed their Revision Schedule which they are going to carry out in their classes two weeks before their Final Examination.
EDUCATOR THIS WEEK: Tarun Mishra/Educator appreciated for his hardwork and dedication in organising the Annual Sports Meet. He motivated the students to concentrate and find solutions to resolve problems. He quoted, "Necessity is the mother of invention."
Krithika Rao/ Educator appreciated for her sincerity and hard work. She motivated the students by telling them to be positive.
Staff wished Ms. Monica Vaishnav a Happy Birthday. May God bless her and best wishes for her future.
NEWS & EVENTS
Chirag Sharma/VIII A was selected as the Student this Week for voluntarily helping in organizing Pre-Primary Sports Day. He motivated the students to be self-reliant, have courage and to be self confident.
Saturday, 10th FebruaryMr Vijay Mahajan CEO of BASIX, a pioneer in micro finance and rural livelihood development visited the school. He interacted with the students of Class XI and XII Commerce and asked them what type of World and India they would imagine in 2050? The students responded with different and innovative answers.
Monday, 12th February: Final Examination for Class IX began that day and Final  Examination for Class XI began from Wednesday.
Thursday, 15th February: The team with the teachers who had gone to Delhi to receive the "School Change Maker Award" was called on stage to share their experiences. Principal called the Admin Staff, Teachers and students who had contributed in the Green School Program on stage. The Principal thanked everyone including the support staff for their contribution; for this would have not been possible without their support. 

Our school received the "Change Maker" School Award among 1200 schools of the entire country in "The Green School Programme" conducted by "Centre for Science And Education". We were proud as after the struggle and hard work of three years we received the award this year, among the first four "Best Change Maker Schools". On this occasion Trustee and Architect of the School Mr. Ravi Kaimal also attended the function. There two of us spoke about the changes brought by our school like rooftop rainwater harvesting system, installation of solar panel of 13.5 kw by which the school reduced the usage by 90%. There we also participated in the Science Exhibition and Sit And Draw Competition. We learnt a lot over there and made memories too. On 7th February the excursion trip started. It included six schools(2 Teachers and 6 Students from each school).
We visited the following places in Delhi
Aravali Biodiversity Park, Goonj Resource Centre, Sulabh International Museum, Indira Paryavaran Bhawan. On 10th February we visited The Green School: Moti Lal Nehru School of Sports, Sonipat, There we learnt about various waste management systems, Sewage Treatment Plant(STP), Water Treatment Plant,etc. At the Biodiversity we saw and learnt about the different types of plants (Flora) and their medicinal values. We also learnt about the life processes of Fauna. 
Overall it was a wonderful experience, and we became more aware about our environment.
"The Earth does not belong to us,
We belong to the Earth.".- Muskan Rathod /XI (S)
Friday, 16th February:  On Friday evening the School bid Farewell to Class XII. Class XI organized the show. Class XII and the staff were invited for the farewell party. In a heart-warming the farewell party started with Principal lighting of the candles of the outgoing students. She passed by each student lighting their candle with a personal message and advise to each student; signifying good wishes and light of knowledge in their world. The host class performed dances and organised games for Class XII.  Gifts were presented to the winners of the game. The students were presented with mementos as a mark of blessing and remembrance.  
Saturday, 17th February:  Treasure Hunt was organised for the students of Class VI-VIII. They enjoyed a lot and were successful in finding the treasure with the help of the clues. 
Students v/s Parents Cricket Match was organised Both the teams played enthusiastically. Mr. Krishan Gopal was the commentator of the match. Parents won the match by nine runs. 
Parents Teacher Meeting was organised for the students of Class Nursery - VIII, X & XII. About 30% of the parents attended the meeting. They discussed and gave their feedback.

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