Kids corner 31 oct-6 Nov, 2014

  • FG Bureau
  • India
  • Oct 31, 2014

Ryan International School, Sector-40

Mera Pyara Tyauhaar


Ryan International School, Sector-40 conducted an Inter-Class Hindi Declamation Competition for Class II. The topic was ‘My Favourite Festival’. The winner was Shivi Gurjar (IIF). The School Head Ms. Peeya Sharma said that all festivals are associated with joy, togetherness and brotherhood.



Swachh Vidyalaya

Ryan International School, Sector-40 celebrated the ‘Swachh Bharat' campaign. The children performed a radio jockey show on the theme of cleanliness, and also coined some jingles.

Skating on Medals

Ryan International School, Sector-40 participated in the Inter-School Open Roller Skating Championship held at St. P.B.N. School, Sector-17B and bagged the First position (Trophy).The Ryanites competed with 350 students from 12 schools, and won 5 Gold, 6 Silver and 6 Bronze medals in  different categories. Pranav, Navya, Mansi, Riya Bhambhu and Rimjhim won Gold medals.

Card Creativity


Ryan International School, Sector-40 participated in a Greeting Card-making Competition where Chestha Kharbanda of Class IIID won the First position at the Zonal level. A creative genius, she assembled a dazzling card for the occasion.



Anchoring UNICEF 


Ryan International School, Sector 40 celebrated ‘World UNICEF Day’. The Ryanites of Classes IV H and VII highlighted the importance of UNICEF services across the world through an informative talk show and radio jockey show, which was interwoven with creative and catchy jingles like ‘Heal the World’.


Maths Whiz


Ryan International School, Sector-40 conducted an Inter House Maths Quiz for the students of Class II. Mahatma Gandhi House was the winning house, and the individual winners were Deboshman Dutta, Areeba Sayeed, Sanyam Gupta, Meghna Kwatra, Madhav Bhardwaj Ishita Gupta and Parth Joshi. School Head Ms Peeya Sharma congratulated all the winners and encouraged the students to practice 'Mental Maths' to enhance their mathematical skills.



Media Savvy


Chiranjiv Bharati School launched its newsroom, 'Media Mélange', to help create interest in the field of journalism and mass communication. The news anchors for the day were Harsh Lahiri and Arushi Awasthi. This was followed by a debate on the topic, 'Are schools doing enough to ensure child security'? The panelists were Priyanshi Gupta, Vivek Rana, Namrata Dua and Shrushti Kaul. This venture is the brainchild of the Principal, Ms Sangeeta Saxena.



American Montessori Public School


Diwali Celebs


The School premises were decorated with diyas, candles, lanterns and rangoli. A special assembly was conducted by the students of Montessori IV. Tips to celebrate a safe and eco-friendly Diwali were given. A diwali pooja was also conducted in the school by the staff and management of the School.


Recitation Skills


An English Recitation activity was conducted for the students of Montessori III. The children recited various poems with clarity and confidence and brought props appropriate to their poems.

Space Agers


A Space workshop was organised for the students of Classes I and II.  They were introduced to the concept of Space and the components of a Space Rocket. A video clip of a rocket launch was shown, which was followed by some simple experiments. The Workshop ended with the launching of 'Pop-Rockets' by the students.


Diya Decorators


What better than diyas to celebrate Diwali in a traditional and eco-friendly manner. To promote the same, a Diya Decoration Competition was held for the students of Classes I and II. The students decorated the diyas with mirrors, sequins, glitter and stones.




A Robot Fest


The Third annual Pathways Gurgaon Inter-School Robotics Fest, ‘Robongiers' was graced by Capt. Rohit Bajaj, School Director, Pathways School, Gurgaon and Prashant Jain, Director, Pathways Schools. The First round was on ‘Electronics', wherein each team had to build a small light-following robot that would sense and follow the light of a torch.  In the next round the students were given a situation where passengers of a plane crash were stranded in the forest, and robots needed to be built *(using Lego blocks) and programmed to travel through a maze and pick up these passengers. The competition challenged the students' logical thinking, creativity and problem-solving skills. Manav Rachna International School, Faridabad clinched the Trophy.



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