Class VI-VIII

A social Skills activity is conducted every Friday in the zero period for classes VI-VIII. The topic for this week's activity was 'Social Interaction Party Planning Activity'. Students were divided into groups and asked to plan a party. This activity not only helped strengthen their bond with each other but also made them learn about responsibility. The fervent discussions and smiling faces spoke about the success of this activity. Overall it was an enriching and enjoyable experience for the students.


Breakup with Single Use Plastic

The initiative taken up by Vikas Bhartians in full swing. A small presentation to spread the awareness among parents was arranged on Saturday, Oct 19. Students enthusiastically presented the Plastic Anthem on all school floors to enliven their presentation.




HINDI

PAIR SHARE

Types of cases ( Karak)

  • Students were asked to write five sentences with use of case . Average & above average students were through with the sentence writing.
  • They exchange their notebooks and find out case and its types . AMP box was used in the class and students were come out and clear the doubts of others.

SCIENCE

PAIR SHARING AND EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING

Types of cases ( Karak)

ENGLISH

PAIR SHARE

SANSKRIT

DEAR PERIOD

WORLD RED CROSS DAY

World Red Cross and Red Crescent Day was celebrated in Class VI on 1st May 2014

MATHS

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING

ACTIVITY – MAKING OF ANGLES BY PAPER FOLDING.

EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING REAL LIFE CONNECTION
STUDENTS LEARNT TO MAKE DIFFEREN T ANGLES WITH THE HELP OF PAPER FOLDING. USING AMP BOX STUDENTS WERE ASKED TO GIVE REAL LIFE EXAMPLES OF DIFFERENT ANGLES.

SOCIAL SCIENCE

Class VI Social ScienceREAL LIFE CONNECTION
Topic
And Then, The First Cities.
Multiple Intelligences
Role play was conducted among 5-6 students in each group.
Pair Share:
learners discussed with their pair and then answered the questions.

Educational trip of class VI to National Museum held on 3 & 4 December 2019.Through this initiative of outdoor learning ,students discovered interesting facts and information right from Pre-historic era to Modern work art. It gave the students an indepth knowledge about Harappan Civilization,Barter System,and the different kinds of coins from Gupta Period.The Museum also had display of traditional tribal costumes of the seven sisters of India ex. Assamese culture followed by different Indian instruments. At the end the students appreciated the remarkable statue of Buddha and the jewellery box made of elephants' teeth .