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School Picnic (Classes 1 and 2)

A visit to City Forest

On 14th December 2016,the children of classes 1 and 2 along with their teachers visited the City Forest which is located in Raj Nagar Extn, Ghaziabad. They were extremely delighted and inquisitive about this visit. The little ones exhibited their excitement in the bus by singing songs. Everyone reached the destination by 9.30 am. The children under the supervision of the teachers ventured into The City Forest, which is a recreational park located on the banks of the Hindon, spread across 30 acres of land.

There were many interesting activities such as boating, horse riding, jeep safari etc. The children enjoyed the jeep safari and visited deer park, where rabbits were kept. They loved watching them. The children took a ride on the horse as well and felt very joyous. They even explored the adventure park, in which there were numerous activities such as trekking, balancing wheel etc. for the kids. They enjoyed thoroughly the scenic beauty of the woods.

After a while, everybody left the adventure park  and headed to the lake to take a fun loving ride .The children were ecstatic to take the boat ride. The faces of the children were radiant as the boat took a round of the lake. After the children got off the boat, they were made to sit in the lawn covered with lush green grass. The children relished and shared the mouthwatering food with each other. Everyone was really exuberant to get their photos clicked by standing in front of the beautiful fountain.

Around 12.50 pm, the children were made to depart in a line with utmost discipline.

On the way back, to the school, the children had numerous things to share about their riveting and memorable picnic.

     

    Visit to Kidzania

    Primary Picnic(Classes 3-6)

     

    The most awaited day of the year, the school picnic day………………………..

    Students of classes 3 to 6 were taken to Kidzania for the yearly picnic on 13th December,2016.

    Kidzania is a global indoor park that inspires, educates and empowers kids, helping them understand and manage their world better.

    The entrance of the place was designed as an airport. Students were asked to board an imaginary flight to the world of Kidzania. The attendants tied a security bracelet to the students and the teachers as they entered the city named ‘Mezzanine’. There were various establishments based on culture, education, entertainment, industry, media, public-private services and community. The students were supposed to spend the specific currency of that place to avail the various services provided by them.

    They were allowed to spend and earn money while doing the various activities. The wide array of activities instilled various skills in them. The concept catered to the needs of all. They learnt how to dance and walk on a ramp.

    They not only got to know the process of making various packed food items but also experienced how to make them. They learnt about excavation and how to find fossils. They got a first –hand experience of various essential services like fire-fighters, doctors and bank system. The activities gave the power to the students to do, experience and learn the process of various global services. They also learnt how to spend, save and earn money.

    Students got the first hand experience of work environment of our society. The day gave a glimpse to them of their future life. It propagated the concept of learning while playing and doing things on their own.

     

       

      Visit to Kidzania

      Primary Picnic(Classes 3-6)

       

      The most awaited day of the year, the school picnic day………………………..

      Students of classes 3 to 6 were taken to Kidzania for the yearly picnic on 13th December,2016.

      Kidzania is a global indoor park that inspires, educates and empowers kids, helping them understand and manage their world better.

      The entrance of the place was designed as an airport. Students were asked to board an imaginary flight to the world of Kidzania. The attendants tied a security bracelet to the students and the teachers as they entered the city named ‘Mezzanine’. There were various establishments based on culture, education, entertainment, industry, media, public-private services and community. The students were supposed to spend the specific currency of that place to avail the various services provided by them.

      They were allowed to spend and earn money while doing the various activities. The wide array of activities instilled various skills in them. The concept catered to the needs of all. They learnt how to dance and walk on a ramp.

      They not only got to know the process of making various packed food items but also experienced how to make them. They learnt about excavation and how to find fossils. They got a first –hand experience of various essential services like fire-fighters, doctors and bank system. The activities gave the power to the students to do, experience and learn the process of various global services. They also learnt how to spend, save and earn money.

      Students got the first hand experience of work environment of our society. The day gave a glimpse to them of their future life. It propagated the concept of learning while playing and doing things on their own.

       

        09Dec

        Vibgyor “Fest a Mania”
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        Vibgyor  “Fest a Mania” was organized on 9 Dec 2016 by Arwachin Bharti Bhawan, Vivek Vihar. Many schools  from East Delhi participated in this fest. Various activities like candle decoration ,mask making, best out of waste etc, were conducted in which our students from LKG to Class 10 participated and bagged different positions.

        The names of the winners are as follows:-

        1.Play with Crayons     LKG                  Trisha and  Pritesh                                             III Position

        2.Caligraphia                 VI                       Prachi                                                                   III Position

        3.Style O Mug               VIII B                    Soumya Sharma  and Aditi Singh                II Position

                                                       

                                                               (Mug Decoration)  

                                                         

        4.Bloom  Bloom           XA                          Jhanvi Sharma and Mansi Lohiya               I Position  

         It was a nice learning experience for all the participants. Mrs. Urmila Sharma, principal of Arwachin Bharti Bhawan, Vivek Vihar concluded the event with a vote of thanks.

           

          India - Japan Partnership Dialogue-2

           

          A workshop was organized by MOSAI – The Japanese language Institute on 6th December 2016 for the teachers of Japanese language teaching in the schools of Delhi NCR. Mrs. Kanika Tiwari from our school attended the seminar to gather information about Higher Education in Japan, career opportunities and the Scholarships available for School Teachers to visit Japan to study Japanese Education system.

           The Dialogue-2 was meant to remove the bottleneck preventing students to avail bright career opportunities with the help of teachers, students’ advisors and administrators of schools in India.

          The Agenda of the seminar was:

          ·        Studying in Japan: Presentation of details of studying in Japan: where to study even if a student does not know Japanese, what to study, how to get admission, which exam a student has to take for admission, Financial schemes available for  the study etc.

          ·        Scholarship for Teachers: Presentation of details of fully paid Japanese Government Scholarship for teachers of Indian school to visit Japan for 18 months to familiarize themselves with Japan and its education system. Scholarship is meant for teachers in schools interested in promoting contacts with Japan.

          The seminar was definitely an eye-opener for the educators of Delhi-NCR and clarified most of the doubts related to pursuing higher studies in Japan.


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