The School Weekly 15th April 2024

 News & Events 
 Saturday Special 
The assembly began with a serene prayer, fostering unity and tranquility among students and faculty. Energizing exercises followed, promoting physical well-being. An inspiring speech on appreciation emphasized valuing others' efforts, encouraging gratitude. The highlight was a motivational play by talented Class I students, conveying messages of perseverance and courage. Quiz questions engaged the audience, fostering interactive learning. The assembly served as a platform for spiritual reflection, physical activity, appreciation, motivation, and intellectual engagement, enriching the school community and reinforcing our commitment to holistic education.
 Clubs Introduction 
During the special assembly on April 13, 2024, Urvesh Singh (faculty) introduced clubs to the students, providing them with opportunities to pursue their passions and hobbies. Skill clubs, such as Coding & Cyber, Art & Craft, Music, Dramatic & Oratory, Youth Innovation (ATL), Eco, Cultural & Heritage, Dhruvtara Astronomy, and Dance, aim to cultivate students' talents and interests. These clubs offer platforms for learning, collaboration, and talent showcasing, fostering friendship and fun experiences. Introducing clubs in school has proven beneficial, nurturing students' interests, developing skills, and fostering a sense of community. This initiative aligns with the school's commitment to holistic education, encouraging students to excel beyond the classroom by pursuing their passions and exploring various avenues of learning and self-expression.
Fun Races
On Saturday, April 13th, Fabindia School hosted thrilling class races, filling the day with joy and excitement. Nursery Class kicked off with the Ring Race, showcasing agility and determination. LKG Class impressed in the Back Race, cheered on by peers. UKG Class amazed in the Balance Race, displaying poise and control. First Class shone in the Bag Race, sprinting towards victory with competitive spirit. Students not only showed physical prowess but also sportsmanship, cheering for each other and fostering unity. It was a day of athleticism and camaraderie, bringing smiles and pride to our Pre-Primary Community.
 Inter House Essay Writing Competition 
Essay Writing Competition titled "The Role of Technology in Education" was organized on April 13, 2024, for students in classes VI to VIII. The aim was to foster students' exploration and articulation of how technology influences modern education. Students participated enthusiastically, showcasing their writing skills and critical thinking abilities. Essays were evaluated based on content relevance, clarity, creativity, and adherence to the theme. The competition provided a platform for students to express their perspectives on technology's role in education, highlighting their awareness of current educational trends and their ability to analyze the impact of technology on learning. Overall, the event served as an avenue for students to engage with and reflect on the evolving landscape of education in the digital age, fostering a deeper understanding of the intersection between technology and learning.

On April 13, 2024, Essay Writing Competition titled "The Impact of Social Media on Teenagers" was held for students in classes IX to XII. The competition aimed to explore how social media influences teenagers in the modern age. Students participated enthusiastically, demonstrating their writing and critical thinking skills.
Essays were assessed based on content relevance, clarity, creativity, and adherence to the theme. The competition provided a platform for students to express their perspectives and highlighted their awareness of current social trends.
Overall, the event offered valuable insights into the effects of social media on teenage behavior and attitudes, fostering a deeper understanding of the intersection between technology and adolescent development.
 Poster Making Competition 
Inter House Poster Making Competition was held on 13th April 2024 for the students of class IV and V to commemorate World Earth Day with the theme "Planet vs. Plastic." Main objective of the competition was to raise awareness about the environmental impact of plastic pollution and promote sustainable practices. Students from all the four houses enthusiastically participated in the competition. They creatively showcased their ideas through visually appealing posters. The creativity displayed in the posters was commendable and appreciable. The competition proved to be a resounding success in promoting environmental consciousness and the concept of sustainable development among the students. Such competition plays an important role in inspiring collective action for a cleaner, greener future.
After careful deliberation, the results are as follows:
Class IV
I - Riya Parmar (Raman House)
II - Kavya Rathore (Gandhi House)
III - Priyanshu Rathore (Dhyanchand House)and Devanshi Soni (Dhyanchand House)
Class V
I - Riva Soni and Priyanka Sirvi (Dhyanchand House)
II - Vikram Choudhary (Consolation) and Harshil Dave (Raman House)
III - Aayat Deora, Jivika Sompura, Pradeep Singh and Mahendra Pratap Singh (Teresa House)
 Inter House Cricket Finals 
Inter-House Cricket Match was conducted on April 13, 2024. Raman House and Dhyanchand House were the selected houses to play the finals on the last day of the sports event scheduled on Saturday. Umpire Mr. Sajith Saji (Faculty) tossed the coin, and the toss was won by Raman House. They decided to bat first. The opening batsmen played very well and gave the team a pretty good start, which helped the team raise a total score of 132 runs. For the opponents to win, they had to score 133 runs.
Rudraprtap Singh, who scored 99 runs, was awarded the man of the match.
The opponent team, Dhyanchand House, scored 76 runs. Yuvraj Singh batted very well, but the opposing team was limited to 76 runs only.
The final match between Raman and Dhyanchand House was highly anticipated, with both teams having shown exceptional performance throughout the sports event. The final was a testament to the sportsmanship and skill of all the participating teams.
Overall, the cricket matches in the middle section were exciting and showcased the talent and dedication of the young athletes involved.
Results of the match are as follows:
Raman House won the match and secured the first position by scoring 132 runs.
Dhyanchand House secured the second position with a score of 76 runs.
Gandhi House secured the third position.
 Poem Recitation Activity 
English Poem Recitation Activity was organised for Class II and III. It was all about reading cool poems and showing off speaking skills by the students. The activity provided a platform where students could showcase their skills of memorization by reciting poems of their own choices.  It didn't matter if the students were great at English or still learning - everyone had a chance to shine. Students clapped and cheered for each other, making it a really supportive atmosphere.Teachers provided support to the ones who were hesitant and shy. Students participated actively with enthusiasm. It was a day filled with laughter, learning, and lots of love for poetry.
Ritu Agarwal / Educator
Appreciation is the currency of connection, enriching both giver and receiver with warmth and gratitude. It fosters bonds, uplifts spirits, and echoes the beauty of shared humanity.
Imran Tak / Educator 
1.The signature Palace on Wheels train operating in Rajasthan, is one of the world’s most luxurious trains.
2.The highest mountain known to man is on an asteroid called Vesta. Measuring a whopping 22km in height, it is three times as tall as Mount Everest!
3.There are more stars in the universe than grains of sand on all the beaches on Earth. That’s at least a billion trillion!
4.There’s more carbon dioxide in our atmosphere than at any time in human history
5.Raindrops can be the size of a housefly and fall at more than 30kmph.
1.What did the left eye say to the right eye? Between us, something smells!
2.What is a room with no walls? A mushroom.
3.Why do ducks have feathers on their tails? To cover their butt quacks.
4.What is a witch’s favorite subject in school? Spelling.
5.What is brown, hairy and wears sunglasses? A coconut on vacation.

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. 590 Published by The Editorial Board: Mr. Jitendra Suthar, Ms. Jyoti Sain, Mr. Chatra Ram Choudhary,  Ms. Tejal Soni.        

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