GARDEN VISIT: PRESIDIANS LEARN ABOUT NATURE AND INSECTS
‘No garden truly blooms until butterflies have danced upon the flowers’. Students can learn new skills, have fun, play and develop their cognitive understanding by spending time with nature. To give the students a hands on experience related to the theme ‘Insects’, they were taken on a visit to the school garden. It was amazing to see the students searching for different insects, observing them and asking questions related to the insects. They were excited to see different types of insects and were curious to know more about their food habits. This activity not only helped in imparting knowledge to children regarding different types of insects but also brought the young Presidians closer to nature.
TEACHER’S DAY: PRESIDIANS SAY THANK YOU TO THEIR DEAR TEACHERS
‘Teachers are the only people who lose sleep over other people’s children’.
To honour and celebrate the most important profession of all, Presidium Hisar celebrated Teachers' Day to honour and thank teachers. The celebration started with a tribute to Dr. Sarvapelli Radhakrishnan through a special assembly organised by the students of grade 10. The students presented heart warming speeches, poems and gifted roses to the teachers. A cultural extravaganza with dance and music performances enthralled the teachers and other students. Presidians presented a ‘Vote of Thanks’ to the teachers conveying the message that teachers are the real holder of knowledge, enlightenment and prosperity.
PRESIDIANS CHEER JAI SHRI KRISHNA ON JANMASHTAMI
‘Festivals are characterized by colour, gaiety, enthusiasm, prayers and rituals.’
A special assembly was conducted with great zeal by the students of grade 8 on the occasion of Janmashtami, a festival which celebrates earthly arrival of Lord Krishna. The assembly commenced with a thought highlighting the importance of peace in life, followed by news headlines and a quiz based on the facts related to Janmashtami. Presidians also delivered a speech on the importance of ‘Krishna Ashtami’ and the traditional folk of our nation. To make the atmosphere livelier a wonderful performance choreographed on Lord Krishna was also presented. The assembly reached its climax with a strong message of togetherness and goodwill.
PAYING A TRIBUTE TO SPORTS LEGENDS ON NATIONAL SPORTS DAY
29th August is celebrated as the National Sports Day in memory of legendary Hockey player Major Dhyan Chand and it happens to be the birth anniversary of Major Dhyan Chand, who made India proud by his extraordinary sporting skills. To give tribute to such a great personality in the field of sports a special assembly was conducted by students of grade 8 of Presidium Hisar. The main objective of the assembly was to educate the students about the significance of National Sports Day. The assembly started with the thought for the day followed by a short speech, poem and skit. It was an enthralling moment for all, when the students showed their passion for games.
PRESIDIUM CELEBRATES RAKSHA BANDHAN WITH ENTHUSIASM AND FERVOUR
The Hindu festival of Raksha Bandhan is a reflection of the sibling relationship, a relationship built with love, faith, support and a pledge to protect and be there for each other. Presidium Hisar celebrated this beautiful relationship by organizing a special assembly on Raksha Bandhan. The assembly started with the school prayer followed by Gayatri Mantra. Students of grade 1 displayed the beautiful feeling of care and love between brother and sister through special performances. A talk on Raksha bandhan was also conducted to educate the students about the meaning of the festival and the ritual of applying teeka and tying a rakhi as a token of love. This was followed by a dance performance which mesmerised everyone.
INTRACLASS QUIZ COMPETITION: WHERE KNOWLEDGE CONQUERS ALL!
The best way to check and ensure that knowledge is being delivered and the students properly understand the concepts is by conducting a quiz. Keeping this in mind an Intraclass Quiz competition was organized for grades 1 to 3 to test the sharpness and retention power of the students. The quiz was divided into four rounds and each round was equally innovative and captivating. The rounds were content and knowledge, audio, visual and rapid fire. The aim of the activity was to encourage and motivate the students to be aware of their surroundings and understand the world as a whole. All the participants were enthusiastic and it was great to witness a neck to neck competition among them.
RAKSHA BANDHAN CELEBRATIONS OF PRESIDIUM COVERED BY NEWS MEDIA
YOUNG PRESIDIANS CELEBRATE EID-UL-ADHA & WORLD HUMANITARIAN DAY
‘The sole meaning of life is to serve humanity’.
This is the spirit of the festival of Eid-Ul-Adha and keeping which in mind, a special assembly was conducted by the young students of grade 1 to celebrate Eid-ul-Zuha and World Humanitarian Day. The assembly began with a thought encouraging us to be kind, compassionate and considerate towards every living being, followed by a quiz based on Eid. A short skit was performed to deliver the message that there is a teaching of humanity in all religions portraying the message of ‘Politeness is the flower of Humanity’. The Vice Principal wished for happiness, joy and peace for everyone and emphasized on the importance of serving mankind and making the earth a beautiful place to live in.
HISAR NEWSPAPERS COVER EID & WORLD HUMANITARIAN DAY CELEBRATIONS
PRESIDIANS ZEALOUSLY CELEBRATE YOUTH DAY & TEEJ
`There is a fountain of youth; it is your mind, your talents, the creativity you bring to your life & lives of people you love. When you learn to tap this source, you will truly have defeated age.’
Presidium Hisar recently celebrated `International Youth Day’ and Teej in a special assembly conducted by students of grade 9. The assembly started with informative speeches on the significance of International Youth Day and Teej. The focus of these speeches was to create awareness among the students about the duties and responsibilities of the youth at the same time the importance of celebrating the tradition and culture of the country by celebrating festivals like Teej. The speeches were followed by a mesmerising dance performance. The Vice Principal appreciated the efforts of the students and emphasized on the responsibility of the young generation to preserve traditions and culture of festivals while maintaining their core values.