Event on Assertive Personality Development – Assertiveness is a healthy way of developing self-confidence in an individual.The theme of this month is taken as Assertive personality development which will help our young minds in developing their self-confidence,dealing with criticism,respecting the preferences of others.So,Our students were put into teams and given responsibilities.Their self-confidence and team work glowed in their presentations.
“Building Assertiveness is one step to becoming your best self, the person you want to be!”
Gardening-“Gardening is the greatest pleasure of humans”.Our little buds planted the saplings and made an pleasant environment.Children can learn new skills, have fun, play and develop self-confidence by spending time in the garden, tending plants and growing their own garden.Our children love digging soil, getting dirty, creating things and watching plants grow.Our children got a chance to learn skills like
Responsibility-from caring for plants.
Love of Nature-a chance to learn about the outdoor environment.
Physical Activity-doing something fun and productive.
Co-operation-including share play activity and team work.
Event on Great Personalities – This month our Vishwalayans were introduced to the remarkable personalities who had made history on the global diaspora. They had possessed an intellectual strength and with their strong convictions they were able to tilt and spin the people and the government around the world.
The unique ideologies of these personalities should be learnt and admired by our children to get to develop a strong consciousness about themselves.So we have introduced our children to these great people through the books and also had been given the opportunity to listen to the inspirational speeches that brought momentous changes around the world.Awe struck by these people,Our children were motivated to set goals in their lives and to subject themselves to an excruciating task of developing themselves into unique people.
Field Trip To Thrissur- Field trips leave spatial memories embedded in the brain.Our journey started with blissful experience at vadakkunnathan temple.This ancient Shiva temple is a classic example of architectural style of Kerala with monumental towers on all four sites and also a Kuttambalam. We could also got to know a little about the mural paintings on the walls of the temple.Our next stop is the Kerala,Dutch style palace-The Shakthan Thampuran palace.Our little buds got chance to see the bronze gallery,sculpture gallery,megalithic gallery and gallery of household utensils made of bronze and copper used by the rulers of Kochi. Entranced by the beauty of the palace.Then we made our next stop at Thrissur zoo.Our children were so much excited to get a chance to see all the wild animals at a closer prescimity. A marvelous experience with great fun and excitement was all about the day on a trip to Thrissur.
Children’s Day – Time for fun,cheers and joy.That’s all about children’s day.Giving them the time of their life. A day of bounteous activities were planned for our vidhyan’s by the teachers. Our boisterous vishwalayan’s exuberantly participated in the games and had exhibited fun.The day ended with the children’s hunting the treasure in the treasure hunt and vanquishing their gifts.
EVENT ON RELIGION & MANKIND – This event was taken as an opportunity to create Knowledge about the Religion to our young minds. Also they gained knowledge about respecting all religions and to lead their life in a peaceful manner. Students exhibited their communal harmony through a wonderful mime. Students shared their knowledge with their friends as a thoughtful talk-show by quoting the religious books. The young dazzling stars narrated a religious story in their babbling voice. Finally the day ended with a oath ” We will show tolerance towards all religion through our religious harmony and thereby upholding humanity ”
EVENT ON CULTURE & HERITAGE – This event was scheduled as a chance for us to impart in children our Culture. Also they were educated about the Monuments that adds up beauty to our Country. Children expressed their knowledge gathered through various modes of presentations. Event got highlighted by the skit performed on ‘Culture’. Children portrayed our culture of attire, respect and greeting. Thus the event ended with a cultural treat.
GOKULASHTAMI – The day was Divine and colorful. Our Vishwalaya Gokulans dazzled in their traditional wear, and our Radhas too. Children were taught about Shri Krishna’s birth and the moral that is delivered through his life. Also they got to know how Gokulashtami has to be celebrated spiritually in a perfect way. Children presented their love for Krishna through their Geetha chanting and music. They enjoyed the day a lot and ended up with ‘Uriyadi’ event.
VANA MAHOTSAVA DAY – “Trees mean Water; Water means Bread; Bread is Life”. On this day of celebrating Forests, our kids have started their journey of knowing the history behind Vana Mahotsav, its importance and impact on our Mother Earth. Children with an opportunity provided by the Management for celebrating trees, shared their knowledge through various acts focusing on several topics like Vana Mahotsav history, Forest conservation, Medicinal values of plants and the battle between hybrid Vs indigenous species. Kinder garten kids started the program with their sweet lines “Little plant from the seed” which got highlighted by primary grade children’s skit ‘Parliament of Trees’. In the skit children showcased the emotions of trees. Exhibitions have been arranged on ‘Medicinal plants’ and the day ended by planting trees. Our heartfelt thankfulness to the Management for the day.
ENVIRONMENT DAY – “Stopping pollution is the best solution”. Vishwalayans – Protectors of Environment with a clear understanding about the impacts of plastic pollution have stepped forward in educating the common people regarding the ways to control it. They educated the audience through speech, skit, power point presentations and collage work. Our kinder garten children suggested “Not to use poly bags” through a rhyme. Our primary grade children displayed their handmade products out of plastic, focusing on ‘Reuse’. Also products out of paper and jute as a substitute to plastic marking the point of ‘Refuse’. We are glad that we have got a valuable opportunity to put forth efforts against plastic pollution. We thank our Management for the opportunity.