On Friday, 23rd November anthology of short stories icse pdf the students of Std. 12 attended a Mathematics lecture by Prof. The Pythagoras Theorem was combined with Calculus, Algebra, Graphical Representation and other Mathematical Concepts making it an interactive, eye-opening session.
He also explained the meaning of Applied Mathematics and enumerated the various Math courses a student could apply for. It was definitely a challenging and informative session demonstrating that Math is fun, relevant and leads to exciting careers. Delicious smells greeted the Sr. Wide-eyed and excited the students saw the entire process of bread making – from kneading, stretching and cutting the dough to how it is baked in giant ovens. The cherry on the cake was the tasting session!
The Science students of Std. Abhijit Majumder and his team. Abstract concepts became much clearer to them and they returned enriched from this outing. Saturday, 11th November 2017, witnessed the third edition of Brainstorm, a youth innovative forum organized by our students of the ISC section at our School. It was attended by students of our School and from Bombay Scottish School, Powai, Christ Church School, Byculla and Hiranandani School, Powai. The audience was inspired to look at life from a different perspective and encouraged to pursue their own aspirations.
An orientation for admission to ISC was conducted for the parents of Std. 10 on Wednesday, 8th November at Mahim and Friday, 10th November 2017 at Powai. Information regarding the choice of subjects offered, the teacher-student ratio, criteria for selection, individual experiences etc were shared. The aspects highlighted were the need for academic vigour and holistic development through the various opportunities provided by the School for its students in the ISC Section. Every child is born a naturalist.
In the light of this saying, the students of Std. 7 visited the Sanjay Gandhi National Park on 3rd November 2017. This Project Trip not only enriched the students but also turned out to be a memorable walk with Mother Nature. The students understood the historical importance of the Kanheri Caves, while the Nature Trail and the Butterfly Garden enhanced their scientific curiosity and brought out various learning outcomes. The fun-filled toy-train ride gave them a bird’s eye view of the lush greenery at the park. All in all it was an educative as well as a nurturing experience that each child took home. 3rd prize in the Senior category at ‘Kloud 9’, a Short Story Writing Competition.
Ruskin Bond and his jury. She will be travelling to Bhubaneshwar to receive her award at the National Children’s Literary Festival on 19th November 2017. Mumbai Mirror to write a review of the book by well-known author Devdutt Patnaik ‘The Boys Who Fought’. INS Tarkash, a Teg class stealth frigate of the Western fleet of the Indian Navy. The students were able to witness first-hand a search and rescue operation and a high speed chase.
Students came dressed in traditional Indian clothes, turning the clasrooms into a sea of colour. They were made aware of the problems caused by crackers and they have promised not to burst any instead donate that money to the charity. All in all, an exciting and fun-filled day for the little ones. Children will learn to follow rules when adults adhere to them. Various traffic rules were discussed.
Questions were asked and answered. Children were inspired to carry the message home that traffic rules must be followed by all – not just by motorists but also by pedestrians. Rural experience is an integral part of a rounded education. It builds empathy and gratitude in children who have been bred in comfortable urban surroundings. Govardhan Eco Village at Palghar and Sagunabad at Neral on 12th and 13th October for their SUPW rural experience.
They did community service through environmental sustainability activities. The joy of giving stationery and other articles to the local students was fulfilling and enriching. Dehna and Valwande on the 13th of October with the NGO – Grassroutes. There were assigned various tasks of teaching, assisting and interacting with the villagers. They worked in setting up basic facilities and learnt a little about village life. They created a report of their findings so that further developmental work can be undertaken.