Solitaire International School, Panchkula
The tiny tots of Nursery presented an 'artistry' show. 'Artistry - The Class Presentation' aimed at providing a virtual platform to the students to showcase their talent and learning. Virtual puppetry remained the highlight of the show. Students enthusiastically displayed their aerobics skills, sang songs, recited rhymes and narrated stories with the use of colourful props. Effective use of augmented reality gave another dimension to the presentation which was highly appreciated by the audience. All students were awarded with digital certificates.
Sanskriti KMV School, Jalandhar
Three students of the school have been selected for 'Inspire Awards-Manak', an encouraging project by the Department of Science and Technology and National Innovation Foundation - India. A total of 13 students have been selected from Jalandhar. Yash Vardhan, Class X, Vanya Kaur, Class VIII and Bhavansh Mahajan, Class VI will be representing the district for 'Inspire Awards- Manak' 2020-21. For this, each student received a sum of Rs 10,000.
Shivalik Public School, Chandigarh
On World Braille Day, students of classes VI-VIII participated in a webinar organised by their teachers. As many as 400 students participated in it. The day commemorates the birth anniversary of Louis Braille, the man who invented braille in 1809. Teachers raised awareness about the importance of braille as a means of communication.
Shishu Niketan, Chandigarh
Covid pandemic conditions did not deter the school's NSS volunteers from performing their social obligations. Braving bad weather, these volunteers went around Sector 22 market with the aim of spreading awareness about the precautions to be taken in these Covid times. These student volunteers, while taking special care of maintaining social distancing norms, informed the general public to keep their surroundings clean so as to avoid catching any infection.
Smart Wonders School, Mohali
To highlight the importance of reading in school, DEAR (Drop Everything and Read) activity was conducted. Students of all classes were given a period to read. Reading books is missing in the online mode of learning where all are forced to read everything on the screen. Children were asked to bring their books during the online class and were told to read aloud. In some classes, they also narrated stories to each other. The DEAR is conducted at the school as a routine activity to instill the habit of reading among the students. Principal Poonamjit Kaur appreciated the efforts put in by the students and teachers.
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