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Archives – Special Assemblies

Class Assemblies are an inherent routine in our weekly schedule. Besides providing the children an opportunity to interact with the larger group, it also provides a perfect platform for the children to introspect and interact on the core values of the school. To optimise the learning experience, the children are grouped according to age levels so that the activities correspond to their growing needs.

Go Green

February 3, 2017

Madras Ladies Circle 2, an organization committed to meaningful projects in the field of education, environment and social welfare, conducted a special assembly for Primary. The theme was ‘Join the Green Side’, a go green initiative to educate the next generation on the importance of preserving our beautiful planet earth. The children also took a pledge to take care of the environment and saplings were distributed.

Education through Music

February 3, 2017

Anil Srinivasan, one of India’s top pianists, conducted a session for students of grades VI to IX and grade XI on the power of music. He spoke to the students on music and discipline, theme and variation and the concept of open system architecture and relativity in music. He also enlightened the audience about the origins of the ubiquitous ‘Happy Birthday’ song and how it was composed by 2 Math teachers. It was fascinating to note how the music pattern of Mozart’s ‘Twinkle Twinkle little star’ is such that it can be combined with any other tune in the world. Children were mesmerised by the pieces he played to demonstrate his ideas and they enjoyed the session immensely.

The Art of Self Discovery

January 11, 2017

Mr. Rahool Saksena from the Art of Change team conducted a session for students of grades VI to VIII on the theme of ‘Self Discovery’.

Healthy Food and Healthy Body

January 20, 2017

Resource Speech by Ms.Pankhuri Agarwal, lifestyle therapist, on ‘Healthy Food and Healthy Body’. She enlightened the students on junk food and healthy eating habits.

She also did a separate session on ‘Emotional Empowerment’.

Celebrating Margazhi

To celebrate the month of Margazhi, students of the Primary enacted a play on Andal and sang songs from the ‘Thiruppavai’.

Story Telling – An Enchanting Session

Students of Primary had 2 special assemblies, for grades II and III and for grades IV and V. Facilitators from Crea Shakthi enthralled the little ones with stories during these sessions.

Staying Safe 

A Special Assembly was conducted by Grade VII Maragadham on safety issues. The session dealt with both online safety and personal safety education. The students performed a skit on the perils of disclosing information to strangers online.

Personal Safety Education by teachers at an assembly for girls from grades VI to XII

The Power and joy of Music – Grade IV Shankarabaranam

A medley of musical instruments transcending time

Lecture on Law and its prospects

November 11, 2016  

Mr. Rupert Seal, a lecturer in property law at the Queen Mary University in London had a session with the students of grades VII, VIII, IX and XI. He spoke about the prospects of law and how law finds a place in every facet of our life.

Sharing and Caring – Special Assembly by Ms. Anuradha Ramesh

September 23

As part of the Sharing and Caring week, Ms.Anuradha addressed the students on the concept of World Peace. Her approach to world peace is ‘Start with yourself ’

September 21 – Special Assembly on International Peace Day

International Peace day was celebrated across grade levels in the form of speeches, plays, songs and a video presentation. The students highlighted the importance of peace. The first step to establishing peace is to understand and believe in the possibility of peace.

Believe in peace

Significance of September 21, UN International Peace Day

Shanthi Nilava Veendum… Let there be peace everywhere

Traditional Dances of India – Special Assembly by Ms. Deepa Chakravarthy

September 17, 2016 

Ms. Deepa Chakravarthy, who is actively involved in promoting and popularizing traditional dance forms of India, gave a Mohiniattam performance during a Special Assembly. She also interacted with the students and involved them in understanding the nuances of the story being presented.

Oral Hygiene – Special Assembly by Dr.Sandhya 

August 24, 2016 

As part of the ‘Resource Speech’ series, Dr. Sandhya, Professor of Oral pathology, educated students of classes VI to XII on Oral hygiene. Her team is involved in spreading awareness on oral health and working towards eradicating caries in young children.

Waste Segregation – a session by Ms. Radhika Subramanian

August 10, 2016 

Radhika Subramanian, an eco-consultant, spoke to the students of classes VI to XII on waste segregation and home composting. An agriculturist, Radhika is passionate about creating awareness among school children on this pertinent issue. She drove home the point with an actual demonstration on waste segregation and showed videos on how home composting can be achieved.

Staying Positive – A talk by Mr. Naresh Vajawat

August 2, 2016 

During the Special Assembly as part of the ‘Resource Speech’ series for classes VI to XII, Mr. Naresh Vajawat spoke on the ways to stay positive in any situation by effectively coordinating the mind and body.

Coping with Anxiety and Stress – Resource Parent talk by Mr. Balaji Sheshadri

July 27, 2016  

Mr.Balaji Seshadri, an eminent speaker, was our resource parent for a special assembly during which he addressed the students on issues related to anxiety and stress, especially during exams. He offered multiple solutions on overcoming and coping with stress related problems.

Citing the example of cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, who focused on improving his own results instead on indulging in comparison with others, he observed that this attitude will go a long way during the time of exam results.

Mr. Seshadri also emphasised on the importance of study time, study place and extra curricular activities. He spoke to the students on being calm, relaxed and confident before exams and the huge difference brought about by being well organized.

To remember these tips, he used the acronym ‘BADAM’.

B- Breakfast

A- Avoid junk food

D- Drink lots of water

A- Add colour to your studies, enjoy what you study

M- Moderate your schedule.

Campaigning against Food Wastage – A special assembly by Class VI

July 25, 2016  

As part of their SUPW project, students of class VI conducted a special assembly for the students of classes II to V. The class VI students have initiated a campaign against food wastage and addressing the primary students was the beginning of their campaign. During the assembly, they spoke to the students about refraining from wasting food when innumerable people are facing starvation. They conveyed this message through a small skit, poems, posters and a moving video. Class VI also led the primary in taking a pledge against wastage of food.

Healthy Lifestyle – a session with Dr.Ashwin Vijay

July 22, 2016  

Dr. Ashwin Vijay, an orthopaedist, conducted special assemblies for classes VI to XII and classes II to V. His session highlighted the importance of right posture in maintaining a strong and healthy back. He cautioned students against carrying their backpacks on a single shoulder and slouching while sitting at their desks. Students also got to know the medicinal value of foods like tulsi, turmeric and beetroot.

Dr. Ashwin Vijay is the founder of the Strength India Movement, whose goal is to create a strong future generation without diseases and to empower the people of India with knowledge to lead a healthy lifestyle.

Resource Parent Talk – Road Safety and First Aid for Life

July 21, 2016  

Dr. G Balamurali, a spine and neuro surgeon, conducted an awareness programme about road safety and first aid for classes VII, VIII, IX and XI.  He stressed upon the importance of road safety and wearing a seat belt in a car and a helmet while driving a two wheeler. His session gave valuable information on first aid and the action to be taken in the event of an emergency. It was an eye opener; after all, the smallest information can save the lives of many.

- As reported by Krithy Kumar and Samyuktha Sreekanth

International Day of Yoga

June 24, 2016 

The students of Primary had a special assembly to commemorate the International Day of Yoga which falls on June 21 every year. The session was facilitated by Ms.Lasya Mavillapalli who is a yoga therapist, holistic life style coach and nutritionist. She is a pioneer in the field of Srishti Krama yoga which is specially meant for children. Students were thoroughly engaged during her yoga session which had colourful presentations and catchy songs based on yoga asanas. The children enjoyed doing simple asanas inspired from nature and animals.

 

World Music Day

June 17, 2016   

The Primary school celebrated World Music Day as part of their Friday special assembly on June 17, 2016. The World Music Day, which falls on June 21 every year, has become a worldwide phenomenon as countries across the world rejoice and celebrate this day in their own unique way. During our special assembly, we had three eminent people from the field of music, noted mridangist Trichur R.Mohan and his sons Carnatic musicians ‘The Trichur brothers’. They enthralled our students during a session which was highly interactive.  The grand finale had the students clapping along to some energetic music by the ‘Trichur brothers’.

Class V

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Class IV

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Class III

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Class II

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Library Reading Programme VI to VIII 

Win a certificate after reading 15 books from the following genres: 

Classics

Biography

Science Fiction

Mythology

Adventure series 

All genres should be covered to win the certificate with a minimum of one and a maximum of four under a particular genre.

 


A platform for learning English

Cambridge English Language Assessment launches an online/mobile app exclusively for parents of children aged between six and 12.

Called ‘Cambridge English Parents Network’, the app offers parents the opportunity to access, explore and use the repository of curated learning resources offered by Cambridge English that they can use to help their kids better their communication skills. The network also gives parents a platform to connect with each other, share their ideas and opinions.

The app includes a series of fun and motivating English language tests, Cambridge English: Young Learners Tests. There are three activity-based tests – Starters, Movers and Flyers, and the resources for each of the tests are available in the app.

Access to the network is through invitation, and parents interested in registering can give a missed call to 080306 36075, or register on www.younglearnersenglish.org. Parents can also access www.younglearnersenglish.org where they will be able to contact preparation centres in their neighbourhood which offer training for the Cambridge English Young Learners exams for their children.

Please find below the link to this article, which appeared in The Hindu.

http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-features/tp-metroplus/a-platform-for-learning-english/article8749504.ece

 


Ms. Pankhuri Agarwal, one of the facilitators for our parent program has published a book “Karma Kitchen”

Karmaa Kitchen is a book based on the wisdom of Ayurveda that will break pre-existing notions about food and set you free so that you may eat your favourite foods and be healthy at the same time!

“What if you could eat all the food you liked and still remain healthy? Wouldn’t that be wonderful! Nature provides us with food that is tasty so then why do you eat boring, bland and tasteless food ?” says Pankhuri

151 recipes including Pizza, Gado Gado, Sushi, Puliyogare, raw mango salad and many more! Make your everyday food ayurvedic!

So grab your copy from

www.Amazon.com

Karmaa kitchen is now available on Infibeam as well!

http://www.infibeam.com/…/karmaa-kitchen…/9789384391867.html

A copy is available in the school library for reference.

Review Formats

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Borrowing Guidelines

The objective of the school Library is to provide information, inculcate ideas, and develop knowledge, equip students with lifelong learning skills and develop in them creative thinking and imagination. Therefore, every student of the school is the member of the library and is entitled to borrow books from the Library.

  • Students can borrow one book at a time for a period of one week.
  • The date on which the books are to be returned will be stamped on the Due date slip.
  • Period of loan for books borrowed can be extended if they are not in demand
  • An overdue charge of Rs.1 per day shall be charged if the book is kept over time
  • Continuous failure to return books will result in the suspension of the memberships for a period of one month.
  • Lost or damaged books must be paid for at the rate determined by the library  or  Lost books must be replaced by the student.
  • Students shall return the library books before leaving the school.
  • Transfer Certificate to a student and Relieving Chit to a teacher shall not be issued unless he/she produces a no-due certificate from the librarian.

Simple Ettiquette

Library is a place where we have readers of all levels – students of various age groups and teachers.  So it is important to provide a suited atmosphere to all of them.

Following the basic ethics and the rules of the library will help one to get the right information at the right time.

  • Maintain silence in the library, for noise will disturb the concentration of the other readers.  Talk in whispers if you need to.
  • Litter not the library.
  • Avoid bringing personal books, books of other libraries, personal belongings like pencil box, umbrella, water bottle or text books to the library.
  • Come with a note and a pencil so as to make note of the information that suits to your taste and interest.
  • Do not disturb the arrangement of the furniture and handle them with care.
  • Ensure that the chairs are placed properly before you leave the library.
  • While handling books be gentle.
  • Put back the books in its place after reading