Newsletter January - March 2012

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Newsletter January - March 2012

  1. 1. VISION OF MODERNITESVOLUME VII J ANUARY - M ARCH 2012 I N SIDE TH IS ISSUE : EDITORIAL 2 PRINCIPAL’S MESSAGE 3 TODDLER’S TRENDS 4 THE RISING STARS 5 SENIORS 6 SPEAK
  2. 2. VISION OF MODERNITES VOLUME VII J ANUARY - M ARCH 2012 Every child deserves a good education — an education that equips him/her with requisite skills to lead a healthy life and prepares him/her for the future challenges. Today, the world is becoming highly competitive and shrinking with the emergence of new technologies, almost everyday. Therefore, we need our children to be confident and intelligent young adults who can cope up with day to day challenges effectively. Keeping this in mind, we offer contemporary and futuristic education to develop children into flexible, smart individuals who can adapt to the changing needs and stand up against the odds.NEWSLETTER TEAM: We believe every child is unique. He/she learns and grows differently. Our caring and passionate teachers pay individual attention to the child. InMS.SIMERDEEP KAUR the teaching-learning process they provide him/MS. KAVITA BHATIA her with basic knowledge and skills, and the childMS. NAINA NAGPAL is given ample opportunities to enhance and apply that knowledge in hands-on learning experience within and outside of the classroom. Newsletter is a platform to try innovations in the process of learning.
  3. 3. VISION OF MODERNITESVOLUME VII J ANUARY - M ARCH 2012 “No artist’s work is so high , so noble, so grand, so enduring , so important for all time, as the making of character” The present brood is a reservoir of immaculate potential waiting to see its dawn. We are living in a flux. Putting up with the present scenario is nothing short of a challenge since there are multitudes of options available. The education imparted today should instill in children tolerance, mutual respect, dignity of labour and virtues that will help them to create their destiny. Today in this changing era, values have an important role to play as they define a person‟s character and shape their life. A strong sense of values makes a person stand out. A human without a values is dead morally and spiritually. We as responsible people need to develop the virtues of dedication, earnestness, simplicity , helpfulness, modesty, honesty and magnanimity. The urge today is for the spiritual awakening of human mind. If we fail to uproot the evil thoughts and not make a conscious effort to promote these virtues, there will be little hope left for purposeful life in future. So as educators it is our moral responsibility to inculcate the right values in our students which would help them to become better and more cultured human beings. Alka Kapur
  4. 4. P AGE 4 VISION OF MODERNITES TODDLER’S TRENDS BRITISH COUNCIL PROJECT As a part of and trees etc. A big International School decorated cake was Award the children also made. Children were acquainted came in colourful with the wild life of attires of different Europe and Africa. animals and Tiger‟s birthday was beautiful face make celebrated. The up. The young ones room was decorated were dressed up as as forest with South African and cutouts of animals, European animals. handmade leaves REPUBLIC DAY Pre school: nation, children of class I on 25 Janu- Students of Pre-Primary made ary 2012.The young Pre-School made flags using ear buds ones made the flag tri-colour sash on on 25 January with tri -colours 25 January 2012 2012. They were using origami on the eve of acquainted with the papers. The children Republic Day. It significance of showed their earnest helped to develop colours in the flag efforts. their fine motor and to relevance of skills and Republic Day. enhanced their Class I: knowledge on the To inculcate the colours of the flag. feeling of patriot- Pre primary: ism flag making To salute the activity was held in
  5. 5. NOTABLE EVENTS CLAY MODELLING KAHANI VACHANPRE PRIMARY (23.01.12) PRATIYOGITANAME OF THE CLASS CLASS I (23.02.12) STUDENT OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE TANISH A ARNAV AGGARWAL A HARSHIT A NEMAT NAGPAL B TRISHA GHAI C JIYA C ARPITA CHHABRA C IVYA C ANUBHUTI GUPTA D VISHANT D MANIKA GARG E SANNIDHI D ROLE PLAY CLASS III (24. 02 12) NAME OF THE CATEGORY CLASS STUDENT MOST CONFIDENT SHASHWAT RATH III C CHILD BEST CONTENT PARTH GUPTA III A BEST RYANA SINGH III D PRESENTATION DEEPANSHI CONSOLATION III F GUSIDDAK SINGH
  6. 6. NOTABLE EVENTS ROLE PLAY CLASS II (24. 02 12) CATEGORY NAME OF THE CLASS STUDENTMOST CONFIDENT SOUMYA SHARMA II A CHILD BEST CONTENT KINJAL BANSAL II B BEST PREAL CHAUHAN II E PRESENTATION CONSOLATION KASHISH ARORA II D HELPERS’ DAY PRE PRIMARY (24.02.12) DEVYANSHI B BANSAL IVYA RATHORE C SHAURYA WALIA A TANISHTHAA A DAKSH D
  7. 7. P AGE 7 VISION OF MODERNITES ANNUAL DAY 2012—RUHANIYATThe school hosted its Mr. K.L.Sobti and the Principal Mrs. Alka Kapurmesmerizing annual day Director of the school through the Annual Report“RUHANIYAT” on Mr. Ajay Kapur and apprised the audience9 February 2012.The Principals of the various about the school‟s richoccasion was graced by the renowned schools were also infrastructure and thebenign presence of the present on the occasion. achievements of theHon‟ble Chief guest The programme students in both ScholasticSh. Arvinder Singh Lovely, commenced with the and Non-Scholastic areas.(Education and Transport ceremonial lighting of the A virtual profile of theMinister, Govt. of Delhi). lamp. The splendid evening school was also launchedProf.Rajni Abbi, (Hon‟ble comprised of a variety of on the occasion by theMayor of Delhi) presided breathtaking performances. chief guest. The prizeover the function. Other „An Invocation – Sabka distribution ceremonydignitaries present on the Malik Ek‟ - depicting the recognized the talents ofoccasion were Sh. Mangat message to attain self young and giftedRam Singhal, (Chairman, realization and the Supreme modernites for theirDelhi Rural Develop- love of Almighty enthralled achievements. The dayment), Sh.Ravinder Nath the audience. „Whistling ended on a joyful noteBansal ,(MLA, Shalimar Woods- The Jungle fever‟ - with lots of laughter,Bagh), Padamshree a heart rending smiles and praisesMahabali Satpal, performance by the tiny tots shooting through the sky(Dronocharya Awardee, transported the audience to with everyone taking withAdditional DE,Sports), the enchanting world of them memories of this niceMrs. Vineeta Shankar animals. „The Ballet – evening.(Education officer, Delhi „Priyandarshi‟ Charkravarti9), Dr. Jitender Nagpal Samrat Ashok„- received an(Psychiatrist and overwhelming applause forProgramme Director, depicting the incidents ofExpressions India), Ashoka‟s life from being aSh. Subhash Arya (leader King to leading a virtuousof the House), Mrs. Neena life. The highlight of theKumari (DDE District show,„Krishna- ANW-A), Mr. Len Curran mythological Delight‟(Vice President,Renault brought alive the differentIndia Pvt. Ltd). The phases of Krishna‟s life bychairman of the school, a myriad of art forms.The
  8. 8. P AGE 8 VISION OF MODERNITES
  9. 9. P AGE 9 VISION OF MODERNITES ORIENTATION DAY 2012Orientation programme The entire programmefor the parents of newly ended on a positive note.admitted nursery students Parents werewas organized on familiarized with25 March 2012 in the resources, policies andschool campus. The aim procedures of the school.of the programme was tomake parents familiarabout their child‟s growthin the school. Theprogramme began with thewarm welcome of theguest of honour,Dr. Aruna Broota. MadamPrincipal inauguratedthe event by lighting of thelamp, after which a smallskit on “Red RidingHood” was presentedwhich was followed bythe vibrant dance show. .The Principal in herspeech emphasized that theschool provides the bestenvironment andexposure to children inAcademics, CurricularActivities and Sports.
  10. 10. P AGE 10 VISION OF MODERNITES H AWAN CEREMONY TO BID FAREWELL TO CLASS XIIThe farewell ceremony of the outgoing class XII was heldon 16 February 2012. A Hawan was performed to bless thestudents. The Principal gave an inspiring speech andwished them luck and blessed them for all their futureendeavours. “ Goodbyes are not forever and I‟ll meet again Goodbyes are not the end, They simply mean we‟ll miss you Until we meet again “
  11. 11. P AGE 11 VISION OF MODERNITES REPUBLIC DAY CELEBRATIONSREPUBLIC DAY was celebratedwith traditional fervor in ourschool on 25th January 2012. OurPrincipal Madam after hoistingthe tricolour stressed theinculcation of true patrioticfeelings amongst children andurged modernites to be truthfuland devoted to the cause ofnational integration. Patrioticsong was sung by the students ofVIII and IX. S PORTS DAY We at MPS believe in all round development of our children. Sports are the lifeline of the success of any academic institution. Run and Win (sports day) was organised for classes Pre primary and Class I, on 16 February 2012 (Thursday). Some interesting races like hoopla, jalebi, carrot and chocos race kept the nerves raised of the audience. The whole aura was energetic and filled with fun and excitement.

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