An inquiry into the ways, in which imagination can be expanded, language can be enjoyed and connections made by the tiny tots were possible only through the unit on Stories. The little ones enjoyed inquiring into ‘Stories help us to imagine, enjoy the language and have fun.’ under the theme ‘How we express ourselves’.
Clay Modelling Through this unit, the children developed their listening and communication skills as they began to talk about their favourite characters from the story. The children listen, watch the stories. They enjoyed making craft related to the story for understanding and building association with the characters. Read More
The little learners of EY3 are full of wonderings, feelings and curiosity. The most important value they have learned this month is to connect with their classmates. They greet each other daily and like to appreciate their friends. They made beautiful Friendship day cards. In English, we are working on decoding and encoding cvc words. Math is fabulous with interactive learning engagements and understanding to sequence the numbers. In the water unit, the students explored the uses and sources of water through stories, experiments, observation and are confident at speaking about the importance of water on our Earth. They created a river in the box using ice cubes for snow in the mountains.They loved learning about the oceans and marine life. Some of them feel very strongly about saving the polar bears, whales, and jelly fish. We are now moving towards the consequences of water pollution.
Students of EY3-PYP5 participated in the online Junior Math Championship Contest organized by Matific. They had a practice round of two days and the final contest was held on the 11-12th of Aug.
Congratulations to all students who have received certificates in categories of
Gold , Silver , Bronze and Participation .
Following are the students who stood first from each grade Rihanna Khullar is the topper in PYP and also is among the top 100 in all the schools that participated.
PYP2: Arnav S
With engaging and constructive learning platform the PYP 1 students completed their first formative assessment based on the concept of the need for a home and different homes around the world. They created a house of their choice, and presented their learning by speaking about the importance of that house, the material used to build that house and where that house is found in the world and why Read More