PRESIDIANS ENTHRALLED WITH FUN-FILLED RAKHI MAKING ACTIVITY
The sacred thread of Rakhi pulsates with love & affection and what better expression of admiration can there be than a hand-crafted one! With the same feeling in their hearts, the students of Presidium Dwarka 22 recently took an active part in the Rakhi Making Club Activity. Having a lot of fun and enjoyment, the children showcased their creativity by beautifully decorating Rakhis with a variety of material like mirrors, stickers, stars and glitters. Celebrating a heap of blessings, love and care that the festival of Rakshabandhan brings along, the activity made all realize that the memories may fade away with time but the love and special bond a brother and sister share will grow stronger with each day.
PRESIDIANS CELEBRATE RAKSHABANDHAN WITH UNMATCHED MAGNIFICENCE
‘The paths may change as life goes along, but the bond between a brother and sister remains ever strong!’
Rakshabandhan is one of the most endearing ways to celebrate the bond between brothers and sisters. To strengthen this bond, a special assembly on ‘Rakshabandhan’ was conducted by the students of grade Nursery and Prep. Presenting crisp speeches and a beautiful rhyme on Rakshabandhan, these tiny tots shared the significance of this festival. The little Presidians came dressed in beautiful traditional outfits to present a mesmerizing dance performance. As the children moved to the music, they portrayed the ceremonial tying of the Rakhi thread on each other’s wrists with extremely graceful movements. Reviving and apprising the importance of this festival, the assembly filled the atmosphere with joy and togetherness
JOYOUS FRIENDSHIP DAY CELEBRATIONS SPRINKLE HAPPINESS ALL AROUND
Today, our world is facing various challenges that undermine peace, security, development and social harmony among the people. To confront these crises, their root causes must be addressed by promoting and defending a shared spirit of human solidarity that takes many forms, the simplest of which is 'friendship'. Aiming to promote the need of raising and strengthening the bond of friendship between countries, the Presidians of grade 1 to 3 spearheaded an assembly on the 'International Day of Friendship'. Through a well-presented skit, they showcased how all the humans are becoming enemies of humanity, making our mother Earth suffer and also how terrorism has ruined our faith in secularism.
With an enthralling dance performance on the song 'the world is a rainbow' and a small presentation, the talented students exhibited the diversities in dance forms of various countries. Generating passion for a better world where all are united for the greater good, the assembly showcased importance of accumulating bonds of camaraderie, developing strong ties of trust and weaving a safety net through the essence of friendship.
ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARDS 2017: HONOURING MERITORIOUS PRESIDIANS
Excellence connotes the quality of being very good, distinguished and outstanding!
An award for such excellence is not only a great prestige but also a tremendous boost to strive and excel higher for better accomplishments in life. It is an opportunity to value the power of kind words, a smile, a listening ear and an honest compliment, all of which have the potential to turn the life around. To entrust young Presidians with an act of reverence, the much-awaited 'Academic Excellence Awards 2017' was recently organized. This time-honoured tradition was graced by the honourable chairperson of Presidium, Mrs. Sudha Gupta, who awarded trophies and certificates to 70 academic scholars from Dwarka 22 for overall excellence, subject excellence and 100% attendance.
Showering unconditional love and appreciation on the meritorious Presidians, Mrs. Gupta congratulated them for their insatiable thirst for perfection, innovative approach and unparalleled triumph and navigated them towards success. The students thanked their parents, mentors and school for creating an extraordinary environment conducive to learning, which left the audience awestruck. Nurturing high peaks of outstanding achievement, the event helped the students to further excel in their performance, compete with themselves and improve their skills.
CULMINATION OF THEME MYSELF : NEW STEP TOWARDS LEARNING BY DOING
Presidium firmly advocates the concept of 'learning by doing' and to add another chapter to this glorious book, the students from Grade 1 meticulously put forward a bewildering, knowledgeable and fun-packed culmination to the theme 'Myself'. This event was based on the idea to reminiscence various topics such as cleanliness, senses, my dislikes and likes, my body parts and things I like to do. The students had setup different counters, demarcating between various topics and took turn to feel, touch and see all the objects that are involved in their day to day lives to strengthen their sense of touch. They labeled various body parts in English and Hindi one by one to inculcate bilingualism. The Presidians also drank different juices to know more about the sense of taste and discussed how to keep themselves clean. Developing their understanding about the special body parts associated to all the senses, the activity showcased our young leaders' exemplary coordination and zeal to learn.
ENJOYABLE MANGO FESTIVAL TEMPTS PRESIDIANS WITH EXOTIC SWEETNESS
Raw, ripe, sweet, juicy and pickled-mangoes are irresistible!
The aroma of mangoes in a fruit bowl is deliciously appealing and the idea of relishing different varieties of the king of fruits, all perfectly ripe with the promise of that exotic sweetness, is definitely tempting. To quench the thirst of mango mania, students of Grade 1 recently organized a great ‘Mango Festival’. Students brought different items made of mangoes such as squash, juice, chutney, jam and pickle to fascinate everyone towards the sumptuousness of mangoes and display an assortment of exciting lip-smacking mango dishes. Few students were cutely dressed up as a mango, while the teachers were dressed in alluring shades of mango colour. Providing ample information about different types of mangoes, the splendid mango fest was enjoyed by all the students.
FOOD FESTIVAL BRINGS OUT FLAVOURS OF 7 STATES AT PRESIDIUM
ASSEMBLY ON WORLD POPULATION DAY ENLIGHTENS PRESIDIANS
Established to raise awareness of global population issues, the 'World Population Day' was celebrated by students of grade I, II and III with a special assembly, wherein the importance of striking a balance between the optimum population growth and a healthy nation was highlighted. Enlightening all about this worldwide issue, the assembly at Presidium Dwarka 22 started with a brief history of the commencement of this day by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). This was followed by a spellbinding performance of Grade II E students on the song 'Na Kato Mujhe', which further enlightened the audience about the repercussions of over-population on the environment. Featuring such an empowering performance and slogans by students of Grade I D, the assembly deeply motivated the enthralling audience to think over this critical issue.
CHAIRPERSON HONOURS FOR TEACHERS - SALUTING THE NATION-BUILDERS
UNIFIED ENGLISH OLYMPIAD ACHIEVER AGASTYA ROHERA MAKES US PROUD
With great pride, we would like to share that Agastya Rohera of Presidium Dwarka 22 from Grade III has been awarded as a national achiever in UIEO (Unified English Olympiad) exam. Securing the prestigious 12th rank nationally with his colossal hard work and commitment, he has proved that nothing is impossible with strong will power. His performance was commendable and is a great motivation for all.
Congratulations to the young achiever and his mentors!