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Students crafted Bhagwan Vitthal’s picture. Each class had actively participated in this activity. They made use of various techniques in art and craft like ; sponge printing, painting with big brush, pasting decorative material on Vitthal cutout, pasting pataka. We also had a small dindi procession where children sang songs (Gajar). We narrated stories of Saints which connected with life skills.
Guru pournima day was celebrated by making creative greeting cards for parents with a personalised message for each. We also had a meditation session and a dance drama, musical event to mark this day. Few students of grade 5 & 6 had expressed their views and importance of having a Guru.
Ganapati idol making workshop
We had arranged a Ganapati idol making workshop for grade 6 in school on Sat 6th Aug. This was conducted by our school art and craft teachers. This was a good opportunity to bridge the gap between teacher and students and strengthen their bonds in an informal way. Children also explored properties of clay soil like being sticky, more on water retention which is needed to cast an idol. While making idols they also had to deal with ratio and proportion logistics. Thus tried to connect science and maths in day to day life. Being the first ever experience of crafting Ganesh idol they were so engrossed, that hardly did anyone realise they were sitting glued in one place for 2 hours.
Bandhan of love and care with all, for all. Children made Rakhi for their Didi and Bhaiya . They also celebrated it in a different way. Elder Didi and bhaiya made bhel while the younger ones made chocolate ladoo as a treat for each other. They tied Rakhi and also shared this meal in one classroom. When it comes to protect and love each other we cannot have gender discrimination. Hence even didi was wearing Rakhi on her wrist which was tied by her bhaiya.
Gokul ashtami was a day where teachers narrated stories about Lord Krishna. They performed Radha krishna dance, garba, and sung songs for children. Children performed pooja and sung Krishna aarti.
Saraswati Pooja / Pati Poojan
Student in our school worshipped the tools and instruments used for learning at school. it was an amazing experince for them worship the gadgets in ultra modern way as well as in traditional way.
"In PGKM,our aim is to achieve the wholistic development of each and every child in terms of not only academics but also to inculcate the values of a true human being by enhancing their social and moral values. Keeping this in mind, students of PGKM, presented their gratitude by offering respect to the helping hands. "
"Durgotsasv was one of the fun with learn expericence for the students of PGKM. The kids were given an opportunity to become entrepreneurs and had set up their food stalls, completely managed by them without the help of the parents as well as teachers. The parents were also invited to have fun time along with students to enjoy food as well as Garbha event."
One of the mega event of PGKM school was Diwali Carnival which was celebrated for 12 to 14 of October. Its included Various activities like diya painting, lantern making, faral making, faral making, flower making and bhatukali making were organised for students. The school invited father's to with their child and have quality time with them.The students also decorated the school and classrooms for Diwali festival. The students played different games in the carnival as well.
Poetry is the core of literature. To spread the fragrance of poetry amongst the students, an English Poetry Recitation competition for grade 3to 6 was organised in PGKM school . Students enjoyed the beauty of expression, thought, feeling and music of words. Student chose from an array of themes from nature, school to manners and ethics. Poems like -I need to do my homework, My shadow, Sick are just to name a few that were presented impressively. The main objective behind this competition was to build self confidence, develop oratory skills and self expression. The judges were thrilled with the performances of the students. They judged the participants on the following parameters: Diction, Voice modulation, Confidence and Overall impact.