The School Weekly 06th March 2023

News & Events
School Picnic

Students of Classes II and III visited Rata Mahaviraji Mandir which is a Jain temple. This place is in midst of green hills, the holy shrine of a cool, clean, and non-polluting environment. The temple is highly decorated with foliage and holy figures. Teachers introduced the students to the culture of Rajasthan and its art. It was not just a picnic, it was an experience of spirituality. As teachers, we aimed to make students open to the environment and engage them with different shades of the historical place.

Leadership and Adventure Camp at the school 
The Fabindia School, Bali, has merged the cultural performance with an overwhelming Night Camp with their students.
Feb 25, 2023: The Fabindia School organized a night camp on the school campus to encourage the students of class four to class eight in the presence of all the teachers and staff to maintain precautions, and having food facilities at night and in the morning. It switched new energy to revitalize the student’s mental and physical health throughout the day and night. The school had organized a list of plays and fun which were successfully carved out and enjoyed by students. The list contains Sports, Games, Art, Dance, Movie and so many fun activities. Bone fire, Football, Basketball, Cricket, Art and Movie were the special attractions. This prior planned event received a glimpse of multiplicity by everyone’s efforts over incessant seven days. Teachers said it is not only a night camp but also got students into a new approach of leading an open space together with disciplines led only by students in building each leadership qualities. It was everyone’s engagement that leads the school a little step towards shining. 
The day is supposed to have started with school disciplines and sports driving the event forward. 
A set of six team matches had come up with a duration of one and a half hours of playtime. Selective students were the main leaders of each tournament. Rahul Kalmolta, HOD of Physical Education, said, ‘Games and sports are activities that enhance the leadership quality, time management, trustworthiness and versatility of a student which drive them for a healthy lifestyle’. 
Another interesting workshop, held on the day, was ‘wall painting’. It mesmerized the children with their engagement of drawings, brushes, and colors depending on the theme of nature and animals. Painting, through a big wall, helped students open up new ideas and visualizations of a creative corner of their minds. Generally, students were habitual in using small pieces of paper to paint, not the walls. The decision taken by the school had made their day enjoyable for learning. The school provided colors to students and they painted the wall with an authentic approach as they are. The concept of taking students outside in a free environment was to provide a large and open space to explore their hidden strengths which they may not have observed yet. This program was directed by Usha Parmar, Richa Malviya, and Subrata Sarkar (Kolkata). The Principal, Rajeshree Shihag, of the School has motivated and inspired students to enrich themselves in every aspect. 
Meanwhile, the Dance has touched the peak of the excitement involving kids and other interested students. The Dance teacher, Neeraj Birawat, shared that Dance has many dimensions and values for the students as it helps to fit in terms of mental and physical normality by creating rhythmic body movements with music. One also can secure a niche in Dance further in life. Dance is a good friend of performing art which also was performed by students at night inside the school campus. 
The playing schedule combines with a movie show in the mid-time after having all day’s activities. The movie title was ‘Interstellar’, a science-fiction plot based on time travel and space. The theater room was selected in the pre-primary school for all the students presented there.
All the teachers and students were scheduled to move to the jungle near the school campus for the special attractions in the form of a performance depicting the local tribal culture in a secure environment. Students previously arranged a setup inside the jungle according to the theme performance. It took seven days to build up that arrangement. All the sports teachers contributed a lot towards the best outlook.
Morning Yoga and Meditation 
There was plenty of memory yet to be noted here. Being part of this charming event throughout the day, I enjoyed it a lot with all the students and teachers. We spent the whole night setting fire in the middle of our sitting circle. It was enjoyable and explorable with new thoughts and activities. Students also learned so many things from a day-long Night Camp they shared.
Report by Subrata Sarkar
News from the department of English 
The mission of the English Department is to develop the student’s abilities to improve their Literary skills in terms of Reading, Listening, Speaking & Writing. The English Department keeping in view the need of the hour that is the English Language had developed a need-based curriculum and fruitfully carried it out year-round to develop Language Skills.
So that the children may understand and enhance their reading skills students have been motivated to read library books and also focus on reading in classrooms. To enhance the student’s speaking skills they were given chance to speak in the assembly. They delivered speeches, news, and thought for the day.
Several competitions have been organized like Show & Tell, Creative Writing, Story Telling, and Recitation by the English Department o strengthen the students’ speaking, thinking, acting & writing skills On Annual Day students of Primary & Middle Section students displayed School Magazine, enacted short skits which had a moral. Under the guidance of the English Department team students have made Book Reviews, and Book Covers and have actively been a part of the Editorial Board.
It was a proud moment when The Fabindia Team of eight students went to attend RIMC FESTILITT from 21st September to 24th September. The students participated in the Hugh Catchpole English Debates, Kashi Naresh Hindi Debates, and RIMC Challenge Quiz. Twenty Schools from all over the country participated in the FESTILITT. A team of the Literary Club went to attend Bookaroo Fest (Festival of Children's Literature) organized at Rail Museum, Delhi to celebrate the Joy of Reading. The students also attended the HMUN at the Heritage Girls School, Udaipur.
Thanks to the English Department which is putting in its best effort to develop LSRW skills, thinking, problem-solving, and creative skills & strengthening the students’ vocabulary by carrying out many activities.
Bharti Rao / Vice Principal & HOD English
Class III Weekly Report 
As final exams are coming up, extra classes were arranged for the students. The main aim of arranging classes is to improve their reading and writing skills.  Students are taking an interest and working hard to improve their skills. Changes are visible as they have started reading more and more books. Also, their handwriting has improved and has become better than before. They have become more expressive and don't hesitate while asking questions. Students' positive responses are encouraging and motivating teachers to do well in what they are doing.
Khushi Rao / Educator
"BE POSITIVE", is a very common phrase that we hear in our day-to-day life. Whenever a person is nervous by the pressure of upcoming events or by some failure, their words motivate him to perform better next time. 
One of the reasons for the success of Great Personalities in the world is their positive attitude. These personalities have faced many challenges or failures, but their positive attitude kept them alive in this competitive world. The way we look at our life decides how our life will be. 
As students face many situations where their mind is diverted by nervousness and stress. Exams, Sports, etc. competitions, and projects, all mount a burden on our brains. But our attitude comes to our rescue. We should just keep in our mind that 'I can do the task'. We should never be afraid of competition, but we shouldn't ever underestimate anybody. 
We should be serious about our aims and yet enjoy our life at the same time. Because " Life is not only living but it's the positive way of living. "
So my request to everybody is that,  " BE POSITIVE " & keep in mind that  " ALL IS WELL  & WILL BE WELL. "      
Punita Chouhan/ Educator
मनुष्य धन कमाने के लिए जीवनभर काम और मेहनत करता है। धन का हमारे लिए बहुत अधिक महत्त्व होता है परंतु धन को ही सब-कुछ मान लेना ठीक नहीं है। प्रायः   हम अर्थात मनुष्य धन को इतना मूल्यवान  समझते हैं कि कभी-कभी इसके न होने पर अथवा धन की कमी महसूस होने पर हमारे मन में तनाव भर जाता है। यह तनाव दिन-ब-दिन बढ़ता जाता है और इसका बुरा प्रभाव हमारी सेहत पर दिखने लगता है। तनावपूर्ण जीवन के नुकसान का जब हमें अहसास होता है तब तक बहुत देर हो चुकी होती है। हमारी इस नासमझी के कारण केवल पछतावा ही हाथ लगता है।
हमें यह समझना बेहद जरूरी है कि हमारा स्वास्थ्य, धन की अपेक्षा कईं गुना अधिक महत्वपूर्ण होता है। मनुष्य को चाहिए कि धन प्राप्ति की लालसा से बाहर निकलकर, अपनी आवश्यकता पूर्ति के प्रयासों के साथ-साथ, अपने अच्छे स्वास्थ्य के प्रति सजग रहें। स्वास्थ्य के विषय में "पहला सुख निरोगी काया" की बहु प्रचलित उक्ति इसके महत्त्व को बताने के लिए पर्याप्त है। अच्छे स्वास्थ्य के लिए दुनिया भर में करोडों लोग नित्य योग और व्यायाम करते देखें जा सकते है। अतः हम कह सकते हैं कि स्वास्थ्य-धन सब तरह के धन से अधिक महत्वपूर्ण होता है। हम अच्छे स्वास्थ्य के साथ सुखमय जीवन जी सकें, इस हेतु प्रयास करें, नित्य-प्रति योग और व्यायाम करें। धन्यवाद।
छतरा राम चौधरी/ Educator
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