The School Weekly 08th April 2024

 News & Events 
 Inter-House Cricket Competition 
Our new session kicked off with an energetic and cheerful match, organized for students to showcase their skills and strength. We thoroughly enjoyed cheering on our participants. These sports activities not only improve our teamwork but also help in skill development and encourage participation.
Jeenal Meena / XII
 क्ले मॉडलिंग 
इस सप्ताह में  दिनांक 6.4.2024 वार शनिवार को प्राइमरी सेक्शन के कक्षा दो से पांचवी तक के विद्यार्थियों के लिए क्ले मॉडलिंग गतिविधि करवाई गई । विद्यार्थियों ने बढ़ - चढ़कर उसमें भाग लिया और  मिट्टी से ने विभिन्न आकृतियाँ बनाकर अपनी कला का परिचय दिया। विद्यार्थियों ने कई तरह की कलाकृतियाँ बनाई इससे उनकी छुपी हुई प्रतिभा उजागर हुई और उनकी कला में निखार आया। सभी विद्यार्थियों ने  रुचिपूर्वक एवं सामूहिकता से इस गतिविधि में भाग लिया ।
 Yellow Day 
Today, Nursery Class was engaged in a creative activity using toothbrushes to fill different shapes with yellow color. This activity not only enhanced their fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination but also promoted a sense of focus and precision. Additionally, the children collected yellow leaves and enjoyed observing them as they fluttered in the air, fostering a deeper connection with nature and encouraging exploration.
In LKG  Class, Yellow Day was celebrated with enthusiasm through a vibrant Yellow Object Parade. Students proudly displayed a variety of yellow items, ranging from bananas to rubber ducks, showcasing their creativity and appreciation for the color yellow. They also spent time coloring pictures of yellow objects, further reinforcing their understanding and recognition of the color. Overall, the day was filled with joy and learning, creating a lively and colourful atmosphere conducive to the development of young minds.
Today in UKG Class, we delved into the enchanting world of pineapple paper folding. This delightful activity entails manipulating square pieces of paper to construct adorable pineapple shapes. Not only did it serve as an enjoyable outlet for our imagination, but it also facilitated the refinement of our fine motor skills. As we meticulously followed the straightforward folding instructions, we gained insights into colors, shapes, and patterns, further enriching our cognitive development. Pineapple paper folding encouraged us to practice patience, hone our concentration, and appreciate the value of adherence to guidelines, rendering it a captivating and educational endeavor for all participants in the class. 

Today in Class I, we had a vibrant celebration centered around the color yellow. Engaging the children in an interactive learning experience, we explored the significance of the color yellow, using bananas as our primary teaching aid. Immersing the children in a sensory-rich environment, we delved into the various aspects of yellow, from its symbolism to its presence in nature and art. The children eagerly participated in discussions and activities, fostering their understanding and appreciation of this cheerful hue.

 Science of Success - Career Counselling Session 
It was an amazing session of career counseling and the science of success. In this, the teachers, through their presentation, explained and interacted with the students, teaching them the science behind success. It was a wonderful session, and I learned many things, such as there is no successful person who gained success in one day or from the beginning. One worked hard for many days and years to achieve their goals, and it was their hard work, determination to their passion, failures, overcoming mistakes, and even distractions that helped them achieve success. So let's all work hard and never give up on our journey to success!
Tanya Tripash / 

On Saturday, we had our career counseling session with FIITJEE officials, and it was a great experience. It wasn't just about career guidance; it focused on how individuals can improve themselves. The most important lesson we learned is that perfection isn't necessary; all you need is one unique quality to succeed.
Pushpendra Singh Ranawat / XII

Our recent session at FIIT JEE was enlightening as we delved into the science of success. This fascinating topic explores the key ingredients necessary for achieving success in various areas of life. We discovered the importance of setting clear goals and adopting a positive mindset that embraces growth and learning. Perseverance, along with effective study techniques, time management skills, and self-discipline, emerged as crucial factors in our journey toward success. By understanding and applying these principles, we can better navigate challenges and increase our chances of reaching our goals, both academically and personally.
In conclusion, while it might help students in achieving good scores in Olympiad and similar level examinations, it's important to assess the level and quality of content provided by them. Additionally, it's crucial to ensure that our students will benefit from it.
Urvish Singh / Educator

I want to share my thoughts on the recent session conducted by FIITJEE, on the topic 'Science of Success.' It explained the key features necessary for achieving success. The session clarified that success is not merely about luck but rather a result of consistent efforts and effective strategies. It explained the fundamental pillars of success and also helped students understand the importance of setting clear goals, time management, setting priorities, and adopting a positive mindset. Overall, the session was incredibly beneficial for students. I would prefer such sessions for students in the future.
Parag Vaishnav / Educator 

The session was very interesting and informative regarding career opportunities. They said that first of all, you identify your strong and weak parts, then you work out the weak parts. They gave steps on how to achieve your goal and get success. Clearly define what you want to achieve. Make sure it's specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-bound (SMART). Avoid distractions, stay focused, and enjoy your goal. Prioritize your tasks and allocate time each day to work towards them.
Prakash Dangi/ Educator
1. What stays where it is when it goes off?  
   Answer: An alarm.
2. Turn me on my side, and I am everything. Cut me in half, and I am nothing.  
   Answer: The number 8.
3. What gets bigger the more you take away?  
   Answer: A hole in the ground.
4. I am not alive but seem so because I dance and breathe with no legs or lungs of my own.  
   Answer: Flame.
5. What water can you eat and chew?  
   Answer: Watermelon.
1.Venus is the only planet to spin clockwise.
2.Human teeth are the only part of the body that cannot heal themselves.
3.The ten highest mountain summits in the United States are all located in Alaska.
4.75% of the world’s diet is produced from just 12 plants and five different animal species.
5.The largest Japanese population outside of Japan stands at 1.6 million people who live in Brazil.
1.What’s a cat’s favorite dessert? A bowl full of mice-cream.
2.Why did the belt get arrested? It held up a pair of pants.
3.Why is Peter Pan always flying? Because he Neverlands. 
4.What’s the best thing about Switzerland? I don’t know, but the flag is a big plus.
5.What is fast, loud and crunchy? A rocket chip.

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, Tanishka Suthar,Yashoda Choudhary, Pushpa Choudhary, Ashwin Pratap Singh
Article: Anushka Rajawat, Anshuman Singh, Piyush Gehlot, Vinay Raj Singh, Priya Tripash, Leesha Suthar.
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 and Ms. Richa Solanki.

Volume No. 589 Published by The Editorial Board: Mr. Jitendra Suthar, Ms. Jyoti Sain, Mr. Chatra Ram Choudhary,  Ms. Tejal Soni.        

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