News & Events
Friday, 24th June - Saturday, 25th June’22: Welcome back Readers. The School reopened for Educators on 24th June'22. The School was buzzed with activities by the Educators who were sharing their stories of what they did in their holidays.
- Update of School Campus was given by The Principal. Change of Staff Room, some classrooms etc. was given. Music & Dance Room is constructed which is soon going to start
- We live in a digital era. Keeping up with the pace newly computer lab was inaugurated by our young educators on 24th June’22 at The Fabindia School.
- HOD Meeting was conducted. UT II & Yearly Syllabus Plan and Papers were discussed. Lesson Plans were discussed & made.
Students of The Fabindia School during the Summer Break found unique ways of spending time at home. Some of them exhibited their creativity, talent by chanting Sanskrit shlokas, Art & Craft, cooking, singing, drawing etc.
While everybody in the town was busy enjoying Summer Vacations, our team at The Fabindia School was busy upgrading our Science Labs. We plan to have project/ practical based education for better learning.
Monday, 27th June: The School reopened on 27th June’22. Campus once again buzzed with activity. Excited students were seen exchanging information about their visits and what they did during their vacations. All in all every student looked fresh and cheerful, ready for a new term. Ms. Rajeshree Shihag, Principal and the Educators welcomed the students back to school. What a pleasure it was to welcome back our kids. Joyfulness all round! Students who missed their UT I appeared for the Retest of UT I from the very first day.
Friday, 1st July-Saturday, 2nd July: The Fabindia School had organised Inter House Poster making competition for Middle and Senior Sections. The objective of the competition was to ignite the fire of imagination and creativity in the students. The topics of the competition were; Benefits of Yoga, Benefits of E-Transactions and Global Warming. Students expressed their ideas through paintings and sketches. The young learners displayed their artistic skills through an array of posters. Students of all the four houses participated with zeal and enthusiasm. It was a great opportunity to watch these young minds creating and displaying their ideas on paper. The students thoroughly enjoyed the activity.
The students of the Pre Primary Section displayed their creativity through various games in which children's creativity was encouraged through activities like playing football, balancing and art and craft.
Children learn education, sportsmanship, basic shaping techniques and mastered creativity in sports games. The children put their imaginations on paper and worked efficiently. It was a great way to develop the imagination and bring out the emotions of the children.
Games are integral part of the holistic development which direct one to be competitive while keeping the spirit of honesty and camaraderie alive. Keeping with the same in mind we organized an Inter-House Football Match for girls and boys for the Senior & Middle Section. All the teams tried to outshine each other on the field to show their mettle. The teams showed their skills and determination while playing. All the students showcased their talent and tried to make their team win while the other members of the houses supported them with their cheer ups.
Clay can be dirt in the wrong hands, but clay can be art in the right hands. Students of the Primary Section displayed their creativity through clay modeling.
Student Of The Week
Playing and Crafting with clay being kids favourite activity they learnt basic shapes techniques and gained mastery of moulding. The little hands worked smoothly and efficiently to fulfill their heart’s desires and fantasies. It was a great way to develop imagination and sparkle creativity. Students experienced the feeling of accomplishment and satisfaction. Children of Class III & IV used sand to make wonderful works of art. They created their own sand paintings.
Clay modeling has many benefits for the body. It contributes to the muscular well-being and comfort of the joints, it helps with cellular regeneration, cleanses and revitalizes. Students made so many things with the help of clay like- toys, kitchen materials, flowers etc.
Introducing our new Educators
School welcomes Mr. Pooran Ramawat as our Physics PGT teacher, Mr. Mohit Malviya as our Geography PGT teacher, Mr. Manish Bissa as our Math PGT teacher, Ms. Harshita Suthar as our English & Social Studies teacher, Ms. Khushi Rao as our EVS & Science Teacher, Ms. Moksha Vaishnav as Primary teacher, Ms. Rounak Chouhan as Assistant teacher. School wishes them a rewarding time with us! School wishes them all the best.
The vibe is beyond positive vibe.
Harshita Suthar/ Educator
Manish Bissa/ Educator
Pooran Ramawat/ Educator
Riya Vaishnav/ XI
Experience at the TSAALS Camp
Four of our girls were shortlisted for the ninth edition of the two week residential program ‘The Shri Ram Ananta Aspen Leadership School (TSAALS). It was held from 2nd June-14th June 2022, at Camp Panther, Shivpuri, on the banks of the Ganges, 16km ahead of Rishikesh. This program was designed to provide them with exposure to a diverse learning environment which will help in shaping their future.
In the beginning I would like to express my gratitude towards all the teachers, principal and Bim Bissel ma’am for giving me such an amazing opportunity .
When I reached the camp I was very tired and Sir James allotted us our rooms and also gave us a heart attack that you can’t switch with the other tent mate and I came with 3 more girls from my school that’s why I was not happy with James. But after then I found the best roommate ever Rakshin. In the beginning I missed my family and friends although I wasn’t homesick but “ thodi toh yaad aati hi haina”
Then I met and interacted with other teachers and the students and I found that we had created such a special bond with each other and we were not ready to leave each other on the last day.
I have learnt a lot of things, like now I have become more confident than before , also I have adopted a positive behavior. Honestly speaking this is my first camp I ever had; I was not even aware of different kinds of people and their nature and I’m a kind of introvert person. I speak very less because I feel shy and there is a fear in me that if I speak anything wrong people will judge me. But the very first day TSAALS team introduced me with the terms trust, respect ,confidentiality and than day by day I tried to speak in Socratic with or without a thought that someone will judge me. And you know in today's world you should be aware of these things like being aware of people, you should have confidence and faith in yourself . I got to know that there is nothing wrong whatever you're doing or expressing is correct in your way. As I mentioned that I had a fear of being judged by someone and fear of stage too and communicating with others; so Vikram sir helped me directly or indirectly to overcome this fear. People say that environment can change a person And I felt that and I can see those changes in me of course positive changes .Honestly I’m missing the trust fall because that builds trust between people , that meme act , the emotional session I know there is nothing like emotional session but in that session everyone breaks down so we named that session as emotional session , missing all the activities and most importantly Ritesh sir. After having 13 best silent hours I felt that there should be a silent hour every day because it’s very important to reflect what you have done the whole day , it’s very important to know yourself .I’m a dancer so how could I hate yoga. I love yoga because it helps my body to be more flexible and Mansi ma’am was such an inspiration. She is elderly and she was doing the yoga poses like a cup of tea so smoothly. You know in everyone’s life there is a turning point from where their life changes and in my life -TSAALS is that turning point. I know there may be many turning points waiting for me but for now it’s TSAALS. Whatever I said is just a little part of TSAALS. Each and every person of TSAALS’22 is very special in their own way and I really like all these special people with their specialty .It's been a pleasure to be part of TSAALS’22 . At last I want to say that our school gives us plenty of opportunities and this is my request to you all. Just grab those opportunities.
Diya Suthar/ XII
Being a part of TSAALS is a great opportunity I ever had. Firstly I would like to extend my heartfelt gratitude to our respected Principal ma'am for encouraging us for this camp and for nominating us from our school as it was the first step towards the camp. Talking about what I gained there I think I can't describe that in words cause it is a feeling. I think this camp has taken out the best person out of me even as a leader, the leadership qualities I gained there will help me even lead a team .There I met many new people who were strangers before but then the bond I created with them I feel this is just magnificent and I personally believe that they have stood with me like a family and I don't think that I am gonna lose these people ever. All the teachers over there were so pleasant and they hold me up in every situation like a mentor I feel that I met the best people of my life there. Well , there were sessions as our day started with yoga session ,I got to know that yoga is actually something which will make you connect with your inner soul that will make you mentally and physically fit ,you will get to know the movement of your body according to situations and I actually feel connected to my soul while doing yoga. And other sessions were communication skill, where I gained my grip at pronunciation and how we can interact with people with correct words and where to use what kind of pitch or tone in your voice. The prominent idea was all about "One Breath , One thought". It helped me to improve my communication skills truly. Talking about CAV ,it is all about taking steps for your society and putting all your steps into a project discussing with teachers and teammates about the project was quite fascinating and everyone was so engrossed to listen to my ideas. My project was all about 'EDUCATIONAL DRIVE' ,these sessions made me realize what my duties are towards my society and taking up the initiative to do something with generosity, to make the society know the consequences happening around us,and even listening to feedback of others. Then we had Theatre sessions. I enjoyed the theatre classes a lot. What I can say about it is that theatre classes really made my emotions flow out evenly and even listening to other's emotions and interacting with them I learnt that you should live in present and be focused on what you are doing ,keep calm with situations. The last session was Socratic Dialogues. Here I learnt to keep my ideas and points very straight forward and looking at all the scenarios of the situation ,it made me confident with my decision and the knowledge I have. I experienced adventures also all these adventures made my will power very strong and helped me in taking some sought of risk and even face any difficulties. Talking about silent hour, during silent hour I used glanced around my nature and I gained that how to keep patience in every situation and how to get a positive view even in negative situation and now I believe that being silent is better sometimes. Even I got to know know significance of confidentiality, to love people to interact with them ,to trust them , like everything I just don't want to lose all these qualities and the memories I created there and the foremost thing is that I don't want to lose all the people I got there.
I believe that all these qualities have made me a better person everyday, this camp made me a strong person mentally as well as physically and now I have that much confident to stand alone and put my views and even listening to others and work along with a team together and the most crucial thing as a leader that is punctuality. Now I think that the love you will give you might get twice the love you gave. Hope to get more opportunities like this..
Thank you to all who supported me.
Kritika Rajpurohit/ XII
Volume No. 517 Published by The Editorial Board: Mr Jitendra Suthar, Ms Jyoti Sain, Jatin Tripash, Pushpendra Singh Ranawat, Yashwant Singh Sonigra, Mohammad Anas.