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Events 2015-2016

Annual Day Celebration

 

The school celebrated its 4th Annual Day for Pre-Primary on 12th January 2016 at PCCOE ground, Akurdi. The function started at 5.00 pm.
The lightening of the lamp was done by Chief Guest Hon. V.S. Kalbhor , Secretary of PCET, Smt. Padmatai Bhosale, Trustee of PCET and the delegates marked the inauguration of the musical extravaganza. Resp. Principal, Mrs. Madhubala Gairola presented the Annual school report. Hon. Bhaijan Kazi, trustee of PCET enlightened the parents by inspirational speech.
The cultural progamme began with a welcome song by the tiny tots. The evening was made more colourful with cultural programme. Every class gave their performances with grace and got a big round of applause.
The student’s performance was based on the theme - "Mythology" wherein children performed on different religion’s mythological songs / skit. These various performances like Skit, Songs and Dances which were choreographed by the teachers. The students enjoyed and performed wonderfully.
The programme ended with a vote of thanks and National Anthem.

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Sr.kg- English Story telling

 

The participants from Senior Kg. of Pre-primary section effortlessly narrated the story. The competition was conducted on 29th of January 2016. Few students came with their respective flash cards / props to narrate English story with action effectively. Story telling is a perfect avenue to explore when looking for ways to develop the oral language skills in a classroom. 
It helps build self confidence and stage daring in the students
It develops personal relationships among all the children.
It provides opportunities for language development.
It supports students as they develop the language and learning strategies.

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Jr. kg - English recitation Competition

 

The participants from Jr.kg Pre-primary section bubbling with enthusiasm and energy recited english poem with action and their props. The competition was conducted on 08th of January 2016, in multipurpose hall. The main aim is to improve on their pronunciation, increase memory and confidence of self and on stage. Please find attached photos in jpg format.

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Black&White Colour Day

 

The whole Pre-primary section celebrated Black and White day on 29th of January 2016. 
The students wore black and white dress and each student participated in this activity in their respective classes with their respective teachers. Students enjoyed this activity.

Black and white colour represents:

Black means power and control, hanging on to information and things rather than giving out to others. Black is intimidating, unfriendly and unapproachable because of the power it exudes.
It can prevent two-way communication because of its intimidation. The salesman wearing all black will make a lot of sales, but no friends! It radiates authority, but creates fear in the process.
Black implies self-control and discipline, independence and a strong will, and giving an impression of authority and power.
Black absorbs negative energy. It is useful to carry something black with you to protect you from harm and negativity when traveling or when going about your usual daily activities outside your home.
The color black is often seen as a color of sophistication, as in 'the little black dress', or 'the black tie event'.

White is color at its most complete and pure, the color of perfection. The color meaning of white is purity, innocence, wholeness and completion.
White is the color of new beginnings.
White is totally reflective, awakening openness, growth and creativity. You can't hide behind it as it amplifies everything in its way.
White offers an inner cleansing and purifying of your thoughts, emotions and, ultimately, your spirit, refreshing and strengthening your entire energy system.

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Fancy dress competiion of class-Nursery

 

On 14th January 2016 our pre-primary, Nursery section celebrated Fancy Dress Competition.
Students took part in fancy dress show, with Theme as Birds and flowers. Our small ones were beautifully dressed, entered class cheerully and participated with full enthusiasm and zeel which can be seen in the photos.Few students spoke on what they have become and few sang songs too.

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Medical check-up - 7th October 2015

 

The medical check-up for pre-primary section was done on 7th October 2015. A team of doctors from Ojas Multi-speciality, Hospital, Ravet visited S.B. Patil Public School campus and carried out medical check-up for our pre primary section students.

 

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Colouring competition

 

The colouring competition was conducted for Nursery, Pre-primary section on 9th October 2015 in their respective class.The children were given the drawing sheet with picture and were asked to colour it. The tiny tots with their very small, soft and delicate fingers coloured the picture and enjoyed doing the whole process by themselves. Such competition brings out children hidden interests and talents.

 

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Ganesh Chaturthi

 

At Pre-primary the Sr. Kg. students, teachers and the head coordinator assembled in multipurpose hall. Interaction and exchange information of the teacher with the students giving details of Lord Ganesha's father, mother, history behind Lord Ganesha's elephant head, who initiated this festival during britisher's time and for what, favorite flower, vahan (that is rat) and sweet i.e modak took place. Later students were shown a short film of Lord Ganesha. The Lord Ganesha's arti was sung by all present in the multipurpose hall and prasad was distributed.

 

Yummy fruit salad

 

Fruit is an important part of a balanced diet. Preschoolers should eat a cup or half of fruit each day. Today our Nursery kids discovered how fun and delicious it is to make fruit salad and enjoyed eating it. Through the activity they learned about healthy eating habits and good food.

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