famous quote reads, “Imagine if trees gave off Wi-Fi signals we’d been planting so many trees, we’d probably save the planet. Too bad they only produce oxygen we breathe”. Tree plantation was organized in our section. Teacher’s showed step by step how to plant a tree. Students enjoyed planting and learnt the importance of trees. They went home with the message- ‘Plant more and more trees’. The students got a sense of purpose, a sense of ownership; they were doing something for themselves and their school and they really enjoyed that.
A special assembly was conducted by the teachers to inspire and offer the students profitable solution to save our rivers. Teachers showed videos and images of dirty water and polluted river water and explained the students how can we save water and keep our rivers clean
The students of Pre-Primary and Primary (1 & 2) were in for a special treat with this puppete show which captured their attention and opened doors to their imagination. Puppetes changed the entire classroom by creating more possibilities for creativity, collaboration, critical thinking and curiosity.
To teach young children about how they can protect themselves from an unpredictable outside world, PPSCVS, which treats the students with a lot of love and care, undertook upon itself the responsibility to teach the children about the concepts of Good Touch and Bad Touch, which are important in the current scenario.
Children were introduced to different emotions and their meaning. They were asked to name types of touch. Relation of touch and feel was discussed. Children learnt the three steps " NO, GO, TELL" which they have to take when they are in a risky situation.
With such sessions sensitizing children from a young age will help us make them more independent and give them a voice.
In order to develop pride and confidence in their skills and ability, in a fun loving way, we had organized Kitchenette activity where students thoroughly enjoyed making different dishes.
Kids enjoy helping in the kitchen. Cooking with kids provide practical experience with many essential skills such as reading, following directions & measuring. Getting involved in cooking will help your child to develop fine motor skills, eye hand coordination and even early concepts of maths & science.
Such kitchenette activity will develop pride and confidence in their skills & ability, in a fun loving way.