The School Weekly - 13th August 2018

STUDENT: Hemlata Vaishnav/XI was selected as the Student this Week for her hard work and dedication towards academic excellence. She thanked her teachers for their efforts and encouragement to get her going to achieve success.

EDUCATOR: Mr. Byju P.Joseph was selected as the Educator this Week. He shared his views on sincerity towards work and importance of sincerity of work in student's life. If we have sincerity towards our work then we can achieve any thing. He gave us the message that we should study with sincerity and thus will help us to achieve success.

[ED:Editor,NR:Nikita Rajpurohit]
ED: Which was your batch year?
NR: My batch year was 2009-10.
ED: Who was your favourite teacher?
NR: My favourite teacher was Mr.Rahul Tak.
ED: Who were your batch mates?
NR: My batch mates were Daksha, Rahul Rawal, Rahul Bhandari, Gajendra, Rajvendra.
ED: Did you participate in any activities?
NR: Yes I have participated in many activities such as Rangoli Making, Extempore, Sports, etc.
ED: What are your qualification?
NR: I have completed master degree in English.
ED: Tell us about your memories of the school?
NR: It's rightly said that, "School days are the beats of one’s life". For me too it was a golden phase of my life. The experience of school days is unforgettable and it'll be cherished throughout my life. I have got lot of love and support from teachers and it made my five years memorable for me. At last I would say that I’m proud to be a Fabindian.
ED: What message would you like to say to our students?
NR: I would like to say that never stop the struggle, as struggling is the essential part of our life, the one who faces hard times in life is the all rounder in its own terms,so always have a positive outlook and never give up.
ED: What are you doing these days?
NR: These days I’m working in a school as an English teacher.

STAFF: An Orientation Programme  of My Good School Program was held at The Sanskar School, Koselav. The team constituted of Mr. Ajay Vijaywargi, Dean Learning Forward, Mrs. Kusum Sharma,Dean My Good School, LFIN Intern Ms. Ishu Chouhan and two students from The Fabindia School, Bali, Devika Choudhary /XI C and Kinjal Rao /XI C. The programme started with the Introduction and Welcome by AVI Dean Learning Forward.Then “Why the My Good School Programme (Necessity)” by KSA Dean My Good School. A PPT was shown on “How the programme will be implemented?  And meaning of My Good School Logo was explained.Both PPT`s were explained with interaction with parents in English (By KSA)and in Hindi (By AVI). Explanation of My Good School Report Card by Devika and Kinjal (Class XI C). They had an Interactive Session with the Parents and two questions were put up ‘What you want your  child to be?’ and ‘Is your child ready to face the world. Mr. Yogendra Mertiya addressed the gathering. The programme ended with Vote of Thanks by AVI.        

PARENT THIS WEEK: Mrs. Sangeeta Kanwar m/o Kreena Rao/X & Harshit Rao/ VII was selected as the Parent this Week. She gave the message that they have got an opportunity to study in the best school so they should work hard to achieve their goal and make their parents proud of them. 
(ED: Editor, SK: Sangeeta Kanwar)
ED: What do you do?
SK: I am a housewife.
ED: How many of your wards are studying here?
SK: My two wards are studying here Kreena Rao/ X and Harshit Singh/VII.
ED: Have you achieved your goal?
SK: No I have not achieved my goal because of some circumstances.
ED: What do you expect from your children? 
SK: I want from Kreena to become a professor and Harshit to become a business man.
ED: What do you expect from the school?
SK: I expect from the school to keep it's work like only and to make students more bright.
ED: What message would you like to give to the students?
SK: I would like to give the message to everyone that they should achieve their goal in life and make their parents proud on them.
ED: Would you like to visit our school again?
SK: Yes, off course I feel so honoured to be here.

No one must be limited to its limitations. No one must be in a group, in a territory. By living in our own territory we are discriminating with others as we are not mingling with them. Like dogs, they live in their territory they behave badly with other dogs. They behave badly with other. Here one group discriminates with other. Discrimination is done by one group to other group .Unlike animals we should not be in a group/territory. We are humans superior than the animals. If  we behave like animals then what is the difference between humans and animals . Humans have to come out of territory. Territory must be crossed to explore new things to mingle with other humans. If territories of humans do discrimination with other territory of humans then, by law it is illegal. Humans are educated ,they have knowledge  are bound by constitution, if they behave like animals then what is the use of education? Those human must learn to live with love .Not only one man but every man on the earth must learn to live with love with each other.-Archana Koratkar/ IX B

Monday, 6th August: The School has started gifting children with a plant on their birthday, to make the world more greener. We are on a mission to add more trees to expand the green cover of the school. The child owns and nurtures the plant and will leave that tree behind as a remembrance in the school.
Saturday, 11th August: Bookaroo Lit. Fest was organised in the School by Swati Roy and S. Venkateshwar under the guidance of Principal Mrs. Rajeshree Shihag, Mrs. Kusum Sharma, Mr. Sandeep Singh and Ms. Swati Sood. Thirty Four sessions were held by fourteen speakers. Students were divided in six age groups and there were six sessions at a time. Timings were from 10.00 AM to 5.00 PM. The sessions were Kahani Tree, The Studio, The Doodle Wall, Crafty Corner, The Stage and The Workshop.
 Ms. Avanti Devasthale made the children laugh with her laughter skills. Mr. Canato Jumio captured the student's attention by bringing picture books come to life at the Doodle Wall. Ms. Champa Saha took the children to the wonderful world of theatre. Mr.

Kapil Pandey encaptured the students with his style of telling

Ms. Kavita Singh Kale created a fantasy world of colours at the crafty corner. Ms. Swagata Sen Pillai, Ms. Sumi Chandrasekharan, Mr. Naresh Ramamurthy took the students into the world of stories. With her squiggle Ms. Vandana Bist made the students wiggle at the Doodle Wall. Ms. Richa Jha helped the students how to discover a writer's mind at The Studio. Ms. Seema Wahi Mukherjee went bang boom at the Crafty Corner. Mr. Savio Mascarenhas an illustrator sketched an unknown story related to him. Ms. Sharmila Sinha let the creativity flow with words at the Workshop and Studio. Mr. Pranab Mukherjee celebrated the Father of Nation's 15oth birth anniversary by a performance project on Bapu's Hind Swaraj. It was a great learning for both the Educators and Students. 
Many Parents too visited the Fest. Alumni and some parents volunteered to help in the Fest. A big thanks to them for their help and support. Thanks to the teaching staff, admin staff and support staff for their cooperation to make this event successful.

Published by The Editorial Board:Mrs. Bharti Rao, Mr. Krishan Gopal, Mrs. Urmila Rathod, Ms. Swabhi Parmar, Harsha Suthar, Diksha Choudhary, Kreena Rao, Krisha Dave, Uma Choudhary, Mansi Choudhary & Anumesh Rao

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