COVID – 19 Awareness Programme

Our unstoppable learners, undefeated by the challenging times of COVID -19 pandemic participated in Public Awareness Programmes on COVID-19. They wrote captivating slogans to create awareness about the pandemic and shared healthy habits to safeguard themselves and others in the current scenario. The young learners of Primary Wing expressed their gratitude to the Corona warriors by making “Thank You” cards for working diligently 24X7 and offering their services nationwide in times of crisis.


It’s vitally important to create awareness in children about their safety, in the environment in which they are growing up. The pre- primary wing celebrated Safety Month from 1st September to 30th September in which children were familiarized with safety measures by giving them hands on practice thinking through problems and creating solutions. The kindergarteners were shown videos related to the topic which helped them to know the basic safety rules


To foster public speaking competency in the young learners, Show and Tell Activity was conducted from 13th July -17th July. Our budding orators were excited to share their descriptive narration with their amazing props.


Little hands need to develop dexterity and strength. Fine Motor skills are essential for a child to perform everyday task. They significantly influence the efficiency and the quality of any task. To make the children independent and confident, the teachers of pre-primary classes engaged the tiny tots in some smaller and playful actions such as paper tearing, building, blocks, colouring & drawing etc. from 20th July to 24th July through virtual classes.


Catering to multiple intelligences through 3 H’s (Head, Heart, Hands) Apart from all the special activities our pre-primary and primary children performed several other activities suggested by CBSE during the online sessions in which they showcased the knowledge gained by them throughout the virtual classes. It was a visual treat to see the children displaying their knowledge traits in a meticulous and confident manner.


Celebrating the indispensable bond of love!
The bond of a mother and her child is inexplicable. To celebrate this treasured bond of love and trust, students from pre- primary and primary wing made earnest efforts on 8th May to make their mothers feel special. On this day, students designed beautiful cards to express their deep love and gratitude for their mothers.


Save a planet. Start with the one you're standing on!
The 50th Earth Day was celebrated by the students of pre – primary and primary wing with great zeal. During the ongoing pandemic situation of Covid-19, thoughtful discussions on saving nature took place through virtual classes on 22ndApril. The students performed various activities like poster making, craft work, sapling plantation, and compost soil making at home with the help of their parents. The activities were organized to enable them to distinguish the different shades of nature and spectrum of beautiful colors around us. It was heartening to see each child trying his bit to contribute in making the Earth, the most beautiful planet to dwell in.


Different self-awareness sessions were conducted for the pre- primary students from 10thApril to 30th April. To apprise the students about self-awareness, online and video sessions were held on self-grooming, family bonding, cleanliness activities, health, and hygiene. Several other interesting and captivating activities like red day, yellow day were celebrated. Varied hands-on activities were organized to enable them to distinguish the different shades of nature and spectrum of beautiful colors around us, with an objective to enhance their motor skills.


Ascertaining the needs of toddlers and extending learning opportunities to them, the teachers of Pre-primary wing have been toiling hard to give a wholesome learning experience to the tiny tots. Several play and learn activities were conducted during these difficult times to strengthen their thinking learning process, self-expression, and participation when the students are physically far and confined indoors.

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To inculcate and encourage physical activity in the young learners the Pre - Primary wing conducted various gross motor activities for the children. Team and group games were organised to cater to the affective, psycho-motor and cognitive domains of learning. Varied races and activities were organised like-running, catching, hopping, balancing, pulling which gave them a rich experience of variety of play-based activities. Children experienced an intrinsic joy of manoeuvring different sports equipment like-cones, balls, bean bags, hoopla and colourful parachute which helped develop their fine and gross motor skills.

Lemonade day activity has been conducted by the tiny – tots of pre primary wing students. Children were made to learn how to make lemonade through demonstration method by the class teacher and later were also made to prepare lemonade on their own as well. Later all the children had lemonade and relished it by by having more as well.
The objective of the lemonade making activity is to sensitize children with their motor skill along with vocabulary building, e.g.- squeezing the lemon – in which child’s motor skill is developing along with the new word “squeezing”

The above activity has always been an fun activity and kids take great interest by getting involved by doing hands on with the same.

The Pre-Primary wing conducted fine motor week from 29.07.19 to 2.08.19 with an aim of developing fine motor skills of the learners . A wide range of activities were conducted which involved coordinated efforts of the brain and muscles. The little ones maneuvered with variety of materials like Q- tips, scissors, building blocks, play dough, tweezers, sprayers etc. The teachers created varied fine motor stations for the learners, which they explored with great enthusiasm.

The tiny tots of kindergarten were taken for a GO GREEN MARCH around the school campus to spread the awareness regarding the conservation of natural resources. The children wore green coloured head bands and hand painted T-shirts. They chanted slogan in glee. This event offered a jam packed activity around sustainability and the environment. The aim of this activity was to raise awareness of environmental issues such as climate change and giving some nifty skills to green up your life.

Sensory station
Sensory Station was set up in foyer area and represented 5 senses. This activity stimulated young children’s senses of touch, smell, taste, sight and hearing, as well as anything which engages movement and balance.

Kids are more inclined to fall sick as they are not conscious and aware of personal hygiene as they should be, which increases their risk of illness. They had been shown how to maintain good habits and hygiene to keep themselves always healthy like hand washing, brushing teeth, washing their toys etc. Through these activities students understood the importance of practicing good hygiene.

Janmashtami Celebration
The birthday of Lord Krishna was celebrated with great devotion and enthusiasm on 26 August 2019 by the tiny tots. They were dressed in traditional attires of Radha and Krishna. The event comprised of group dance and mellifluous group songs that showed the holiness of Lord Krishna. Students were acquainted about the feeling of love and compassion for each other which has always been considered as a strong message by Lord Krishna.