Great personalities have brought differences to the world! with simple inventions and discoveries, by creating minor changes, by introduction of unusual but yet, the common people have become the famous personalities. Great personalities have brought impeccable transformation and amazing changes in the usual routine. Whether it is politics or arts or science, whether it is religious or philosophical, whether it is big or small, the impact made by people made them famous personalities for instance Mother Teresa the most lovable women with kindest heart in the world, who knows nothing but love and care! The father of Nation India, Mahatma Gandhi who fought for justice through non violence, the man of simplicity! Similarly we at our school also organized such →
Classes I to XII participated in the ISA Activity titled- Rendezvous with our glorious past: Let’s peep into our history. The teachers from Primary to Senior level enthusiastically organized Rendezvous With Our Glorious Past: An enactment competition wherein the students of senior classes enacted great rulers of all times, as per the country assigned to them. Heritage Quiz for the students of class VI to VIII and Article Writing on various topics like Incredible India, Monuments: Our Architectural Masterpieces, Cultural Diversity etc. for the students of class IX to XII. These activities are a part of value addition in the knowledge of the students regarding the lives of people around the world who created their mark on the sand of →
Seth Anandram Jaipuria School, Vasundhara has become a proud recipient of the very prestigious BRITISH COUNCIL INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AWARD (ISA) for the year 2016-2019.
Students of Class VI-X got actively involved in this activity titled ‘Math Melody’. They became part of numerous activity under this activity such as measuring various courts and areas in the school for example, basket ball court, football court, table tennis board, school atrium etc. They also made beautiful scrapfiles in which they recorded their observations. Students of Class V got involved in finding out various currencies used in all Commonwealth countries. They prepared charts and scrapfiles to compliment this activity.
Planet Earth is a beautiful place to live in. Plants and animals are two very important aspects of any eco-system of all the living organisms. On the planet the most commonly seen are plant and animal life and therefore flora and fauna are fascinating to observe and study. In order to save this fascinating world of flora and fauna and to show how important they are the children of pre-primary did some beautiful worksheets and also showed their concern and feelings by dressing up as different animals and flowers and did a fancy dress on the same. The teachers also explained to them the importance of animals and plants. The competition was judged well by two judges and a beautiful →
“A world without flora and fauna is a world without us.” Keeping this vision in mind, the punctiliously designed ISA activity titled ‘Fascinating World of Flora and Fauna’ was conducted wherein a large number of students participated from Class IX and maintained a herbal garden and prepared descriptive tags elaborating the scientific name and benefits of the herbs they grew.
The activity titled “Poetic Bells” was successfully conducted in the month of September 2015 in Class VII . The students wrote about the meeting they once experienced with their favourite poet in the form of a Diary Entry. The activity provided them with an exposure to express their feelings freely which they had after meeting their favourite personality. They even gained insight into the life and works of the poet, their enriched lifestyle and even got an opportunity to learn the art of appreciation. They used an exhaustive list of adjectives to enhance their beautiful language.
Students of Class IV and V had an incredible, fun filled activity on Mask Making. They designed stunning masks with the help of various stuff like mirrors, cloth pieces, straws, paper mache, cream sticks, cut outs, beads, feathers, pencil shavings etc. Apart from learning how to make a mask, they also learned a lot of facts about the countries on whom the masks were fashioned. They researched on various tribes of Africa and India. Their work will soon be shared with our partner school in Ghana.
It is our first ISA activity which took place in the month of July and continued till August. Students worked meticulously and researched on various topics assigned to them.