Every day may not be good but there's something good in every day.
The students have settled in pretty well with the 'new normal' and getting a request to join the meeting from the student is not, unheard of. The little ones are becoming adept at muting/unmuting, trying their best to take turns to speak and listen to others carefully. The emphasis is on developing a cordial, welcoming environment for the students, wherein they find their own kind, to speak to and share their thoughts and learning. Read More
Celebrations are an integral part of the Early Years world, we celebrate festivals, important days and find joy in each other's personal celebrations. Right from the birthdays to the festive Navratri the students enjoyed learning with enthusiasm. They learned to dance 'Dandiya' and 'Garbha' in the dance session and enjoyed listening and retelling the stories connected to the festival to understand it's significance.
Navratri celebrations: The students followed the colour code and shared the way they celebrated.
The learning is in full swing too. The units being explored in the Early Years are on 'Animals and their homes', 'Transport' and 'Knowing you and me'. Numeracy/ literacy is interwoven in our units to a great extent. Number stories being created and equation formed independently' Venn diagrams to point out the similarities and differences Read More
The month of October was filled with celebrations. Though the students were online they did not miss out on the fun or the learning and got the opportunity to display their talent and skills through a variety of activities.The PYP Students of Vishwashanti Gurukul had a grand virtual celebration on World Teachers day on 5th Oct. Read More .
As we all stepped in the new session 2020-2021, there were many doubts about this change in system. Covid-19 has made a global impact and the situation has forced the schools to paralyse and the students to stay at home. Read More .