Our mornings start with Umang; our circle time where all children develop self awareness, resilience, adaptability, confidence, empathy, collaborative working and communication skills. Each day is attributed to refine a particular value and skill set.
Monday fun series
A challenging series encompassing numeracy, language and trivia to teach children to look beyond academic books and make learning relevant.
Tuesday self and social skills
Our educators infuse integrity into the classroom culture, develop a moral vocabulary and help children introspect and believe in themselves.
Our assembly is a platform where our children are empowered to conceptualise and share their expressions and anecdotes on theme based relevant subjects, develop a sense of identity with the school, celebrate national festivals, share news of the week.
Thursday yoga and meditation
Doing Yoga, our children enhance their flexibility, strength and coordination, improve concentration and connect more deeply with their inner self. In addition their sensitivity towards their environment gets better.
Friday inter class activities
Our well-structured and consciously designed competitions like debates, just a minute, poetry recitation, quizzes etc. increase intrinsic motivation, improve collaboration and teamwork and build real world skills like resilience and handling competitive situations.
global handwashing day
grade 8 presented the act showing the importance of washing the hands in morning assembly. all shared the importance of washing hands via different modes. global handwashing day serves as a yearly reminder that handwashing with soap and water is one of the best steps, we can take to avoid getting sick and spreading germs to others. the observance was established by the global handwashing partnership in 2008.
world calamity day
grade 8 presented the assembly on world calamity control day. the world calamity day dedicated to disaster risk reduction was started in 1989. the united nations general assembly called for a day to ” promote a global culture of risk-awareness and disaster reduction”. landmark steps were taken at the third un world conference on disaster risk reduction at sendai in japan in 2015.
world food day
grade 6 presented the assembly on world food day. more than 150 countries raise awareness of issues behind poverty and hunger. the main focus of world food day is that food is a basic and fundamental human right. the global food problem consists of the lack of food provision for the earth’s population. … lack of food and its poor-quality cause a negative impact on people’s health, labour force quality, and productivity, i.e. it prevents economic growth.