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"The man who does not read has no advantage over the man who cannot read".
- Mark Twain
Reading exercises our brains. It strengthens the brain and improves concentration. Experts advise people to indulge in at least half an hour of reading a day to expose themselves to numerous styles of writing and to learn new vocabulary. Reading also helps children develop empathy and broaden their outlook. They are exposed to ways of life, ideas and beliefs about the world which may be different from those which surround them.

As part of an initiative by Scholastic India Pvt. Ltd., the activity ‘One Nation Reading Together’ was carried out in our school on 30th November 2015. The entire school devoted some time for reading, thus emphasizing upon the necessity of reading in today’s world, where gadgets have overtaken the simple pleasure of reading.The students of various classes and some teachers presented stories which were quite interesting and amusing.The endeavor was to encourage and inculcate the habit of reading in everyone. The entire event turned out to be a great literary affair.

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27th November 2015 - Annual Athletic Meet at SRWS
“All work and no play make Jack a dull boy”. This proverb highlights the importance of sports in our life. Participation in games and sports develops a feeling of discipline and sportsman spirit among students. The students learn to accept both victory and defeat with grace. With this thought, S R World School celebrated the Annual Athletic Meet on 27th November 2015. The athletic meet commenced with the oath taking ceremony. This instilled a feeling of camaraderie among the students. The highlights of the day were the colorful performances and fun filled track events by the students. There was significant excitement in the air.

The tiny tots of Pre School presented a musical drill on the beautiful song ‘A beautiful day’. The little ones of Pre-Primary presented a zumba (dance & aerobic workout) which made us all groove over the beats. The students of classes II and III presented a spectacular Yoga performance. Yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual discipline which originated in India centuries ago. One of the beauties of the physical practice of yoga is that it supports and sustains us no matter how old or young, fit or frail. The Daisies and Daffodils of class I showed us some great taekwondo techniques. It is indeed important to train our children in such self defence techniques. In this competitive world, many people find it hard to dedicate time for physical exercises. The students of class IV and V showcased an easy method of maintaining a perfect figure through dance aerobics. Watching the students in perfect synchronization was a treat to the eye.

The sporting events included 35m sprint race, house relay race, fun races such as buddy race, candy race, jungle race and various other races. The participants exhibited tremendous amount of zeal and fervour to reach the finish line amid cheers from their friends and teachers. After the completion of the athletic events, the proud winners were honoured by our respected Headmistress, Mrs. Sudha Sadangi with gold, silver and bronze medals. The little sports stars with shining bright faces flaunted their medals and gained appreciation and thunderous applause from one and all.

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24th November 2015 – Special Assembly on Guru Nanak Jayanti

“Before becoming a Muslim, a Sikh, a Hindu or a Christian, let’s become a human first.”
- Guru Nanak DevJi
India is a country of myriad festivals and celebrations. Festivals lend joy and zest to our life, providing enrichment and entertainment through music and melody, dance and rhythm.

Keeping in view the secular ethos of the school, S R World School celebrated the festival of Guru Nanak Jayanti. Popularly known as Gurupurab, Guru Nanak Jayanti marks the birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak DevJi, the founder of Sikhism and the first Guru of the Sikhs. This is one of the most sacred festivals in Sikhism. Apart from Sikhs, Hindus and other followers of Guru Nanak's philosophy also celebrate this festival.

A special assembly was conducted by the tiny tots of Class Pinocchio to mark the occasion and bring home the relevance of the festival to our young generation. The students sang hymns of praise to God and showcased the community lunch, known as ‘Langar’, which is offered to all the people at the Gurudwara Sahib on Guru Nanak Jayanti.

Serenity and calmness floated in the air with the beautiful humming of the shabads. It paved the way for a very fruitful and productive day for all. The festival was celebrated by all the students with great pride and respect.

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TUX TYPE ACTIVITY - 20th November 2015
Computer science is an integral part of our lives, shaping virtually everything from the objects around us to the ways in which we communicate, travel, work and play. Having good typing skills is the first step to a learner’s success.

Keyboarding is a motor skill. It is a matter of training fingers to respond correctly and quickly to press the correct key. Our students are expected to have their hands on home row keys, to use the proper finger for each letter, to have their wrists flat and their thumbs on the space bar. And they are expected to know where the keys are, without looking, with practice. Speed is not what is most important. Most important is correct technique. With correct keying, speed will come automatically with time and use, and accuracy will follow.

Teaching children the correct methods of typing while they are young is an important step to ensuring their future success. Keeping this in mind, students of SRWS are given frequent practice and guidance to improve their key typing skills using various softwares one of which is Tux Typing. It is a free program specifically designed for young children. Learning is done through lots of little games starring Tux - the penguin mascot of Linux. Several levels are available for students. A Tux Typing activity was carried out on 20th November 2015 in SRWS and students of classes I to V took keen interest and participated with great zeal and enthusiasm.

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19th November 2015 – Special Assembly on Fruits and Vegetables

Junk food go away, fruits and vegetables are here to stay.
Vegetables and fruits are an important part of a healthy diet, and variety is as important as quantity. A diet high in fruits and vegetables can help protect you against various diseases.

With an objective to spread awareness among children about the importance and consumption of fruits and vegetables in regular diet, the tiny tots of Figaro presented a special assembly in the form of a skit.

The students were dressed up as fruits and vegetables. They sensitized everyone about the various benefits of fruits and vegetables as well as the need to reduce the consumption of junk food. All the children were found to be quite thrilled and were positive on the fact that vegetables and fruits are better than junk food.

Nothing gives you lasting energy more than a healthy diet along with exercise and a healthy lifestyle. With lasting energy, everything you do and set out to achieve can be done in a bigger,

better and bolder way!

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Abacus is one of the most ancient tools used for the purpose of calculations. It is one of the most important calculating devices invented for calculation purposes. Counting the beads on an abacus is engaging, and a great hands-on way to work on this fundamental early math skill. Children can use an abacus for a variety of addition and subtraction activities. The beads on an abacus provide a great manipulative that helps them to better understand math concepts. Abacus has proved to be an ideal tool for children as it allows them to calculate easily. In this competitive era, every child needs a proper direction to dig out their hidden potential to be the best. Abacus training is one good method to make our children bright and talented. This training gives them confidence to face any exam.

An abacus activity was organized at SRWS on 19th November 2015 for students of Class II. Students participated in a short quiz where they were asked about the different parts of the abacus, they were asked to represent the given numbers on their abaci. Simple addition and subtraction was done by them. Overall it was an interesting and brain-stimulating activity where students participated with great zeal and enthusiasm.

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16th November 2015 - Children’s Day celebration at SRWS

“Children are the world's most valuable resource and its best hope for the future.”
- John F. Kennedy

Children are God's gift. And childhood is all about innocence and liveliness. It is about happiness and freedom. Children’s Day is celebrated in India to commemorate the birth anniversary of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, independent India’s first Prime Minister. The occasion is celebrated on 14th November every year with great splendor and grandeur. Not only an eminent figure and national leader, Nehru loved children and spent quite a lot of time with them.

S R World School celebrated Children’s Day with great passion and excitement. The special assembly was organized and carried out by teachers who were dressed up as children. The teachers enacted onstage, performed songs and dances for their students. At the end of celebration, all the students danced with great excitement on peppy numbers. It was a fun-filled day. The teachers made the day special for the students. The students enjoyed the celebrations with zeal and enthusiasm.

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An occasion to celebrate Victory over defeat, Light over darkness, Awareness over ignorance…… An occasion to celebrate Life…. May this auspicious occasion light up everyone’s life with happiness, joy and peace.

Diwali, or Deepawali, gets its name from the row of lamps (or deep) that people light in and outside their homes to symbolize the inner light that protects us from spiritual darkness.

The celebration of the festival of lights came alive at S R World School on the 9th of November in the form of a special assembly presented by the tiny tots of Peter Pan. They showcased a skit on how Diwali is celebrated across India. The students illuminated the ambience with the spirit of Diwali through a mesmerizing dance performance.

The special assembly was also an endeavour to sensitize students towards the real spirit of Diwali and instill in them happiness through the joy of giving.

An anti-cracker brigade was carried out by the students of classes III to V to make the students aware of the ill-effects of crackers. They also shared the guidelines on being safe while bursting them. Students were in high spirits as they encored slogans about the dangers of burning firecrackers. They carried placards with catchy slogans like ‘Raise your voice, raise your voice, No cracker no noise.’

In her address, our respected Headmistress Mrs Sudha Sadangi emphasized on the need to be generous towards the underprivileged, spread happiness and light up the lives of others through benevolence and consideration. She also appealed to the students to minimize the use of pollution-causing crackers and be very cautious while bursting them.

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“A time for celebration, A time for victory of good over bad, A time when world sees the example of power of good, Let us continue the same true spirit.”

Keeping the festive spirit alive, Dussehra was celebrated at SRWS in the form of special assemblies conducted by the little students of Class Pre-primary. The basic idea behind such celebrations was not only to familiarize the students with the mythological epics but also to nurture the intrinsic qualities of the students and remove stage fright from their minds.

The students enacted the ‘Ramayana’, glorifying Lord Rama, his valour and righteousness even in difficult times and the battle with Ravana making the audience mesmerized.

Class Pearl showcased the theme of Navratri which means ‘nine nights’ in Sanskrit. The little wonders also depicted the nine forms of Goddess Shakti and staged a beautiful dance performance glorifying the deity.

Class Ruby enchanted everyone present by enacting the Ram Katha song of Luv and Kush – the twin brothers and sons of Rama and Sita, who had left everyone in Lord Rama’s court speechless as they sang the life story of Lord Rama and Sita.

The episode of Sita Haran was wonderfully presented by Class Emerald. The little ones looked adorable as they depicted how Sita, in awe of the golden deer, requested Lord Rama to go after it and how in the absence of both brothers, Ravana, disguised as a hermit, abducted Sita.

Class Sapphire concluded by showcasing the slaying of Ravana, the Ram-Ravan yudh and Rama's coronation with a message that good wins over evil. These mesmerizing performances were witnessed by a spellbound audience from 16th to 20th October.


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