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28Nov

Sports Day (PRE-PRIMARY )
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PRE-PRIMARY

Sports Day

The pre-primary wing of AIS held its Sports day on 28th Nov. 2016 with great zeal. The event started with the lighting of the lamp by Mrs.Peter, after which Mrs. Peter declared the meet open. Mr. Sharma graced the event with his presence. There was a fabulous display of colorful drills i.e. Ribbon drill, Tambourine drill, Lezium drill, pom-pom drill, followed by yoga with music by L.K.G and U.K.G children. They showcased their talents to the best. All the children participated in the races energetically and won the medals too. At the end the children were praised for their enthusiasm and sportsmanship by Mr.Sharma and Mrs.Peter. The kids were full of energy and enthusiasm.

 


    L.K.G
    Story Telling Competition (17.11.16)

     

    A Story Telling Competition was held for the L.K.G classes on 17th November 2016. It was an enthralling experience for the children as well as for the teachers as the little story tellers narrated the stories beautifully with the help of props like stick puppets and hand puppets etc. The guest of honour was Mrs. Peter. The honorable judges were Ms. Natasha Sharma, Mrs. Bhawna Sharma and Ms. Bhawna Arora. The winners were:

     

        L.K.G- C                  Ranya Sharma          (The hungry wolf)                                  FIRST POSITION

        L.K.G  -B                 Eva Philip                 (The ants & the grasshopper)                SECOND POSITION

                  L.K.G  -A                 Aadya Garg               (The frog & the crow)                            THIRD POSITION

    At the end, Mrs. Peter praised the children & the teachers for their hard work. She encouraged them to continue with the same passion.



      Convention of Schools Against Child Sexual Abuse

      On 12th November 2016, Principals, counselors and senior teachers from various schools from Delhi NCR region gathered at IIT Delhi, to get more informed about the guidelines set by the Delhi government to avoid cases of sexual child abuse and exploitation in schools. The six hour meet had eminent speakers like Dr. Amit Sen, Founder of Childrens First, Ms. Michelle, an eminent lawyer who specializes in child abuse cases, Principal of Sun Beam School, Ghaziabad and a member of Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights (DCPCR). 

      Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights (DCPCR) took upon itself the task of formulating the guidelines which focus on child abuse of various forms. The POSCO Act of 2012 was discussed at length and also the new E Box, through which a child can directly file a case against an abuser without the hassle of the middle man. The DCPCR guidelines that were discussed at length in the meet included proper guidelines that the schools should follow on transport facilities, picnic and trips, online safety and also to establish a feedback system. The meet was also designed to help schools better understand their legal responsibilities to report suspected child abuse and neglect and to assist them in understanding the child protective services for the initial assessment process in a better way.

      A lot of enthusiastic teachers also questioned if there was any safeguard provided for the teachers who deal with the children? Many cases of incest were also presented and discussed how to deal with them and how limited is the school’s role in such cases. Cases that were cited as examples made the presentation more meaningful and influential.

      Signs and indicators of child neglect were also discussed in detail by Dr. Sen, an eminent psychiatrist. A few of the indicators that were mentioned were- missing a specific subject class, bunking school or crave attention by conduction of negative attention seeking behaviour and physical abuse would include body burns or marks from electric cords. Therefore certain guidelines are introduced to help schools understand physical sexual and emotional abuse.

      The meet concluded with tea and a promise to stay in touch and spread awareness.

       

        08Nov

        Japan on Canvas Competition
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        Japan on Canvas Competition

        Experience Japan Organization, organized an art competition all over India .The topic of the competition was

        (a) Festivals of Japan (juniors)

        b) India and Japan friendship(seniors).

        They selected 30 Best Paintings from all over India. Students from our school also participated in this competition and two paintings were selected, one from senior group, Keyur Sharma(7A) and another from junior group, Pranav Kaushik(5C)

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