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इस सप्ताह शुक्रवार दिनांक 13 सितंबर 2023 को हमारे विद्यालय में कक्षा चतुर्थ एवं पंचम के विद्यार्थियों के लिए रात्रि कालीन शिविर का आयोजन किया गया। जिसमें विद्यार्थियों के लिए विभिन्न प्रकार की गतिविधियाँ आयोजित की गई। जैसे कि व्यक्तित्व विकास,श्लोक ,कहानी कथन, कला और शिल्प , खेल -कूद आदि।
रात्रिकालीन भोजन के बाद मैदान में अलाव जलाकर नाचने गाने का प्रोग्राम किया गया। जिसमें विद्यार्थियों ने अपनी नृत्य गायन प्रतिभा का प्रस्तुतीकरण किया, नृत्य किया व गाने गाए । दूसरे दिन प्रातः विद्यार्थियों को प्रातः कालीन भ्रमण के लिए स्कूल बस द्वारा दांतीवाड़ा ले जाया गया। वहाँ पर उनको कुछ हल्का-फुल्का नाश्ता दिया गया। योग और ध्यान करवाया गया, व विद्यार्थियों ने मंदिर में जाकर दर्शन किए। कुछ समय वहाँ भ्रमण में बिताने के बाद विद्यालय में आकर विद्यार्थियों ने नाश्ता किया। कुछ समय विश्राम करने के बाद विद्यार्थियों ने इस शिविर के बारे में अपने - अपने अनुभव लिखकर साझा किए।
आयशा टाक / Primary Coordinator
Professional Development Session
On 13 October, a professional development session for Class IV and V addressed dressing sense, table manners, and featured an engaging ramp walk. The aim was to instill essential life skills, emphasizing self-presentation and good etiquette. The session began with discussing appropriate attire choices, linking dressing well to self-confidence and how others perceive them. Practical demonstrations and exercises, including color coordination, were part of the first segment. The second part focused on table manners, educating students about proper etiquette, table setting, utensil use, and polite conversation during meals. The highlight was the ramp walk, allowing students to showcase their newfound knowledge and style. It was a creative way for them to express individuality while applying dressing principles. Anticipating more such sessions to foster confident, socially adept individuals.
Shloks and Songs
The Shloks and Songs activity is integral to our school's cultural and educational programs. Students in Class IV and V enthusiastically recited shlokas, fostering spiritual awareness and moral values. This involvement connected them with their cultural roots and India's rich heritage. Singing prayers and songs allowed emotional expression and a sense of connection with the divine, enhancing memory, language skills, and artistic abilities. These activities enriched the curriculum, contributing to students' holistic growth and a deeper appreciation for their cultural heritage.
Shivani Rao / Educator
We're thrilled to share the artistic talents of our Class IV and V students through an exciting and vibrant art activity that recently took place at our school on 14th Oct. The event, titled "Colorful Creations," was a celebration of imagination, creativity, and the boundless potential that art holds for our young artists of class IV and V. The art activity was inspired by the natural world around us. Students were encouraged to explore the beauty of nature through their art. The event began with engaging creative workshops where students learned about various art techniques, including collage-making. These workshops served as a canvas for their imagination to run wild. A large, collaboration was a highlight of the event. Students worked together symbolizing the importance of teamwork and cooperation. Students enjoyed the most about the event with many expressing their newfound love for art and the joy of creating something beautiful works. We go through Colorful and joyfully journey with our talented students.
Usha Panwar / Educator
UKG Parent-Teacher Meeting
On 14th October, a Parent-Teacher Meeting (PTM) was held for the First and UKG classes in the Pre-Primary section. During this PTM, teachers discussed various topics with parents in their class while the parents sat at the back of the class and observed the live class. They were able to see how active their child was during the class. Parents were very pleased to see the children engaged in reading and various learning activities.
The children also presented English songs, rhymes, drama, poetry, etc., in front of their parents in the class. Various games were organized for both the parents and the children. The children participated enthusiastically, and in some games, they had to give directions to their parents, which made the PTM very exciting for both the parents and the children.
Pinkee Chouhan / Pre-Primary Coordinator
A Parent-Teacher Meeting (PTM) was organized for the UKG class on 14th October. I chose the topic 'my house,' explained it, and asked the children questions related to it, where the children gave very good answers. Following that, the group of children sang a song and then the worksheet was distributed. Afterwards, the parents discussed the worksheet and had a productive conversation. The Parent-Teacher Meeting was successful, leaving both the parents and children very happy.
Asha Kanwar / Educator
Compared to before, my child has shown a good level of confidence in public speaking. He has also started taking an interest in dancing. This activity-based PTM is a beneficial concept for both parents and teachers. Parents can evaluate and observe their child's confidence level, social involvement, and public interaction. The school should continue this unique activity-based PTM.
Jyotsna Mali / Parent of Priyansh Parihar
The initiative taken in parent-teacher meetings, where children participate in various activities in front of their parents, is excellent. It helps involve parents in their children's studies and extracurricular activities, boosting the confidence and communication skills of the children. I feel that PTMs should have similar activities on a regular basis so that parents stay connected to their children's studies and performance. Nice initiative taken by Fabindia School. Kudos to all the school staff and other subordinate staff.
Dilip Ramesha / Parent of Nidishree
PTM ( Class I)
The Parents-Teachers meeting appeared to be both engaging and interactive. The commencement of the classroom session with a verse, followed by a thoughtful discussion on the theme of gardens, seemed to have effectively captured the children's attention. The inclusion of creative activities such as drawing, along with the 'bindi game' involving parents, added a delightful dimension to the event. Undoubtedly, this combination provided an enjoyable and enriching experience for all participants. The active involvement of parents in these activities and their evident joy during the game sessions with their children noticeably heightened their satisfaction and overall happiness.
Thank you sincerely,
Shail Kunwar / Educator
India is one of the youngest superpowers in the world. The national bird of India is the peacock, which has a very colourful and beautiful tail. The national flower of India is the lotus, which comes in many colours, with white and pink being prominent. The national animal of India is the Royal Bengal tiger, known for its power and majestic appearance. The national anthem of India is 'Jana Gana Mana,' with an approximate playing time of 52 seconds. The national emblem of India is called the 'Lion Capital of Ashoka'.
Yashaswa Dave / VII
Art Integration Project
Our field visit to Ranakpur for the Art Integration Project was an incredible experience. We explored the renowned Jain temples, admired the intricate marble artwork, and delved into the fusion of Jain and Rajput architecture. The trip also taught us about the region's arid landscape and the importance of preserving its cultural heritage. We learned to appreciate the significance of teamwork in documenting and understanding the geographical and cultural features of this remarkable place. Ranakpur, a prominent tourist destination, opened our eyes to the incredible blend of culture and nature, making our learning journey truly remarkable. The lush greenery in this arid region is a pleasant surprise, creating a tranquil atmosphere. Wildlife sightings, including antelopes, add to the area's charm. It's a unique blend of cultural and natural beauty that leaves a lasting impression on visitors. Overall, it was an enriching and enjoyable experience that expanded our knowledge and fostered collaboration.
Vinay XI Hum
Interview with Seema Choudhary (alumni)
(Reporter: Ridhima Ojha)
RP: What is your favorite memory of the school that you still reminisce about?
SCY: "Being the head girl, I found the best memory of my life. I never expected to be in this position. The trust and bond between all the teachers and my juniors is the best part that I will always keep in my memory."
RP: "What are the things you liked the most to do in your school life?
SCY: "As a person who likes to interact with everyone, I enjoyed that a lot. In my free time, I would often sit with my juniors to enhance their knowledge and share life experiences of mine. As part of a joke, I enjoyed teasing my classmates."
RP: "Did you face any difficulty in choosing your path after school?"
SCY: "No, with the guidance of my teachers and seniors, I never encountered any difficulty in choosing my path. By the end of the session, I was clear about my goals."
RP: "What is the one message you want to share with your juniors and teachers?
SCY: "Participate in all the activities because it's not important to just excel in academics; it's necessary to excel in all fields. Be fearless and chase your dreams!"
Interview with Govind Singh Rajpurohit (Teresa House Captain)
(Reporter- Anshuman Singh)
RP: "What do you like most about the school?
GSR: "The school's beautiful campus is truly unparalleled. Our principal, is someone I greatly admire. Her understanding nature is unmatched.
RP: "What message would you like to give to your juniors?
GSR: Focus on studies and sports, finding a balance helps us grow. Master time management, stay consistent, and trust the process.
1. Riddle: You see a boat filled with people, yet there isn’t a single person on board. How is that possible?
Answer: All the people on the boat are married.
2. Riddle: You walk into a room that contains a match, a kerosene lamp, a candle and a fireplace. What would you light first?
Answer: The match
3. Riddle: A man dies of old age on his 25 birthday. How is this possible?
Answer: He was born on February 29.
4. Riddle: I have branches, but no fruit, trunk or leaves. What am I?
Answer: A bank
5. Riddle: What can’t talk but will reply when spoken to?
Answer: An echo
1. Employer:" we need someone responsible for the job ."
" Sir your search ends here! In my previous job whenever something went wrong, everybody said I was responsible. "
2. A: Why are you late?
B: There was a man who lost a hundred dollar bill.
A: That's nice. Were you helping him look for it?
B: No, I was standing on it.
3.Imagine that your in a forest where there is a tiger in front of you, right about to eat you.
What would you do?
You stop imagining...
4.Customer: "waiter , this soup tastes funny."
Waiter: " Funny? But then why aren't you laughing? "
5. I used to hate weddings.
All the old ladies would proud me and say " you'll be next! "
They stopped that, when I started saying it to them at funerals!
1.Scotland chose the unicorn as its national animal.
2.The Eiffel Tower gets taller in the summer.
3.The first airplane flight was on December 17, 1903.
4.Venus is the only planet that spins clockwise.
5.Blue whale’s heartbeat can be heard over 2 miles away.
Chief Editors: Jaya Bawal, Ridhima Ojha
Supervisor: Prachi Kunwar, Anshuman Singh
Interview Reporters: Prachi kunwar,Mohita Solanki,Tiya Sompura, Aaradhya Champawat
Event Reporters: Jeenal Meena,Himanshi Rajpurohit, Rashi Jain
Photographers : Tanya Tripash,Tammana Solanki, Yashoda choudhary, Pushpa choudhary, Ashwin Pratap Singh
Article: Anushka Rajawat, Anshuman Singh, Piyush Gehlot, Vinay Raj Singh
Fun facts/Riddles/ Jokes: Vanshika Singh,Yashi Soni, Bhumika Rathore
Info. Of the week: Hetal Vaishnav, Priya Vaishnav , Abhilasha Mansion
Social Media Coverage : Ms. Nikita Rajpurohit
Educators in support: Ms. Bharti Rao, Mr. Krishan Gopal, Ms. Prerna Rathod Ms.Khushi Rao, Ms. Shivani Rao, and Ms. Richa Solanki.
Volume No. 569 Published by The Editorial Board: Mr. Jitendra Suthar, Ms. Jyoti Sain, Mr. Chatra Ram Choudhary, Ms. Tejal Soni.