STUDENTS VISIT ORPHANAGE ON CHRISTMAS EVE
STUDENTS ASSIMILATE MATHS CONCEPTS IN MATHS WEEK
PRESIDIANS ORGANIZE A SPECIAL ASSEMBLY ON HUMAN RIGHTS DAY
31th Delhi State ITF Taekwondo Championships 2019
Competition is a method of developing the full potential of the human body, both physically and technically. Taekwondo competition pursues the development and integration of fitness, technique, and strategy as well as a sense of humility and sportsmanship. Our young and dynamic Taekwondo champs participated in the Delhi State I.T.F Taekwondo Championship held at Thyagraj Stadium,INA, New Delhi and went the extra mile. The application of skills through competition is what gives taekwondo its unique identity.
STUDENTS RECOGNIZE PATTERNS THROUGH FUN FILLED ACTIVITIES
To enhance observation and recognition skills our little Presidians were involved in various fun-filled activities to explore and extend patterns in shapes, colours and numbers. Students applied their knowledge by placing different concrete objects like fruits, balloons and pom- poms in different patterns. It was a great opportunity for students to show their creativity ideas.The students thoroughly enjoyed the activity.
PRESIDIANS PROVE THEIR ABILITIES IN SPELLATHON COMPETITION
ANNUAL SPORTS MEET ENTHRALLS THE PRESIDIANS
JUBILANT DIWALI CELEBRATION WRAPS PRESIDIANS WITH JOY AND LOVE
Diwali, the festival of lights, is a major festival in India and is celebrated with great enthusiasm and fervour. This year, Presidium celebrated Diwali in a distinctive way. The Presidians were shown a presentation on the significance and ways to celebrate Diwali. The students were encouraged to celebrate an eco-friendly Diwali by showing the effects of crackers on the environment and humans. Towards the end of the presentation, students devised ways to celebrate Diwali which is safe for all.
DUSSEHRA INSTILLS SPIRITUALITY IN PRESIDIANS
GANDHI JAYANTI: STUDENTS CELEBRATE GANDHIJI’S BIRTHDAY
Presidium celebrated the 150th birth anniversary of the Father of Nation. On this occasion of Gandhi Jayanti, the students presented the assembly depicting the life of the great man who lived on the principles of ahimsa and non-violence. The students presented a small skit to show the ideas of Gandhiji and about his tools- ahimsa and satya. The splendid event concluded with a graceful dance performance by the students. The students laid emphasis on non-violence with the thought of Mahatma Gandhi “Anger is the enemy of non-violence and pride is a monster that swallows it up”. The assembly was finally concluded with the National Anthem.