The School Weekly - 22nd July 2019

STUDENT: Kanak Gehlot/ IX was selected as the Student this Week. She shared her views on ‘Behaviour and Mannerism’. She said that behaviour comprises of the mannerism and actions exhibited by a person. She said that instilling discipline in children at an early age marks them to grow up confidently, to be respectful and knowledgeable of what is right and wrong. Poorly behaved kids not only create bad publicity but also cause a lot of embarrassment. Everyone else will use well behaved children as a point of preference. Parents would wish for their children to be well behaved.
EDUCATOR: Ms. Urmila Rathod was selected as the Educator this Week. She shared her views on ‘Importance of focusing on goals’. She shared that we all should have a goal and we need to work on to achieve our goal. Determination and hard work helps us to achieve our goals.
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ED: Which was your batch year?
PS: 2015-16
ED: Which were your favourite classes?
PS: My favourite Classes during my School years were English and Hindi and other than the subject lessons my favourite classes were VIII and IX because in these classes I had many opportunities to represent myself in the fields of my interest.   
ED: What do you think of the School Campus and extracurricular activities?
PS: The School Campus has been built beautifully its infrastructure is unique which enhances its beauty. And as per its location it is absolutely wonderful and for the extracurricular activities I feel that they help a child to develop not just in the field of Study but in the fields of their interest.
ED: How did the School prepare you for your career?
PS: Yes, I really feel that the school has contributed a lot in making the path of my success. I can remember it very clearly that when I was there in the school my teachers used to guide me to identify my strengths which helped me today to stand confidently in this competitive world. 
ED: What was your favorite spot in the school?
PS: My favorite spot in the school was that Football ground where I and my friends used to eat, play and relax.
ED: Did you participate in any activities? Mention them.
PS: Yes, I used to participate in various Sports events which consisted IH matches, football competitions, volleyball competitions, etc.
ED: What are you doing these days?
PS: Nowadays I am pursuing my B.A. finals.
ED: What message would you like to give to the students?
PS: Live freely and enjoy each and every moment of your school years because after leaving the school you will definitely miss the school.
STAFF: Staff had an hour session with Mr. Uma Shankar Sharma. A number of activities and number games were conducted. Educators had fun doing those activities and they brought out the child within them while doing the activities.
Staff wished Mrs. Kusum Sharma a 'Happy Birthday'. May God bless her and have a bright future.
Monday, 15th July: Mr. Uma Shankar Sharma (Theatre Trainer) addressed the Primary Section students. He has come to school for 'Drama in Education' workshop. He started his drama activities with name games. On Monday and Tuesday Class V, Class VI on Wednesday and Thursday and Class IV on Friday and Saturday attended the session.  They participated in many drama activities like number game, storytelling, rhythmic game, short drama in a group etc. The children were eager to learn more about dramatic skills. They showed their enthusiasm while performing the plays. The objective of these activities is to increase self confidence, concentration, self awareness, teamwork, thinking power, imagination etc. Students gain important life skills through drama in education. It would be helpful in their personality development. 
Thursday, 18th July: On the Birth Anniversary of great freedom fighter of South Africa, Mr. Nelson Mandela, Kinjal Rao shared about him and his sacrifices to make his country free from a human disaster in the form of Apartheid, the race discrimination policy by white people. 
Atal Tinkering Lab is in its full swing. Students of Class XI (Science Math) designed a Smart Dustbin. This dustbin consists of Ultrasonic Sensor, which will sense the person in front of it and open the lid automatically. Once the person is out of the range of sensor, lid automatically shuts down. Students of Class XII (Science Math) is designing a Line Follower Car. This car will follow a line.
Friday, 19th July: On the Birth Anniversary of great Indian and young freedom fighter Mangal Panday, Devika Choudary shared information about him.
Saturday, 20th July: The School observed My Good School Saturday. Clubs and Society Meeting and House Meetings were conducted. Students of
Environment Club planted trees and did Cleanliness Drive. They cleaned the School Campus.
Intra Class Story Telling Competition was organized for students of Class I-VIII. Students narrated inspiring stories which had a moral. They were judged on the criteria: Pronunciation, fluency, confidence and presentation. Results awaited.
Inter House Football Match was organized for students of Middle and Senior Section. Semi Final was played in both the Sections
Senior School: 
The first match was between Dhyanchand House and Gandhi House in which DH reached the Finals
DH v/s GH: 2-1
The second match was between Raman House and Teresa House in which TH reached the Finals
RH v/s TH: 0-1 (Penalty shootout)
Junior School:
The first match was between Dhyanchand House and Teresa House in which TH reached the Finals
The second match was between Raman House and Gandhi House in which GH reached the Finals
Volume No. 386 Published by The Editorial Board: Mrs Bharti Rao, Mr Krishan Gopal,, Ms Swabhi Parmar, Mr Jafar Khan, Mr. Usman Gani,, Anumesh Rao, Ipshita Rathore, Archana Koratkar, Meenakshi Choudhary, Vinita Sirvi, Charu Vaishnav,  Varun Malviya & Ronak Devda.

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