SAFETY WHILE ON THE MOVE COMES FIRST FOR OUR STUDENTS
In accordance to the national Road Safety Week conducted natuon wide between the 8th – 15th of January ; our Schol had conducted a session on Road Safety measures for its studentson Wednesday 11th of January 2017. The guest experts wer Mr. Pradeep Kate & his associates from My Car Motor Driving School ,Wakad –a franchise of India’s most reputed car manufacturing unit – Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. Our Principal Mrs. Madhubala Gairola, School co-ordinator Mrs. Padmavati Banda, teachers & students were present for the ocassion.
In aid with a P.P.T. Presentation; Mr. Kate made studnts understand that safety comes first when ever we are moving outside our house – on foot, on a bicylce, on a two –wheeler, in four – wheelers or by School Buses / public transport. He gave them glimpses about what all precautions need to be taken to avoid mishaps on the move. He brought to the notice of the students that they are very invaluable to their near & dear ones & to everyone around. Hence, they need to be vigilant while borading / aligning from buses/ four wheelers, riding bicycles or crossing raods at street squares.
The session evoked awareness among studnts that they should not be oblivious to certain simple things & points of safety to safeguard themselves & others from mishaps /accidents.
Our Principal Mrs. Madhubala Gairola guided the organisation of the session. School co-ordinator Mrs. Padmavati Banda, C.C.A.- in –Charge Miss Swaleha Mujawar & Mrs. Sucheita Phulari co-ordinated in the execution of the session. Miss Swaleha Mujawar introduced the delegates &also proposed the Vote of Thanks.
SESSION FOR STUDENTS ON FUNDAMENTALS OF I.I.T.
Our School had conducted a session on fundamentals of I.I.T. for its Students of Std VIIth & VIIIth on Saturday, 26th of November 2016.Our Honourable Principal Ma’am, Mrs. Madhubala Gairola, School Co-ordinator Mrs. Padmavati Banda, teachers, parents & students were present for the session.
The expert trainer for the session was Prof. Mr. Ashish Dubey, from EX-ED (Excellent Education Foundation) who vividly explained with help of P.P.T. Presentations & by means of his own experiences that there is a very vast store house of opportunities available to the present generations – especially in I.I.T. sector. Students need to understand that they must not follow the herd – mentality of running behind stipulated conventional options. They must take advice from near & dear ones; but ultimately decide what they think they can come up best at.
Our students & parents were very enthused to learn about the fact that it is only pre – conceived goals, planned efforts & perseverance that are the driving forces of all success in career – oriented future. Parents also appreciated the School’s initiative in organizing such seminars & inviting expert facilitators to guide our students in the most resourceful & relevant manner. They also expressed satisfaction that by means of such initiatives; students are able to weigh their own pros & cons – with help of their parents & set a proper goal for the future.
Principal Mrs. Gairola guided the organization of the session. Co-ordinator Mrs. Padmavati Banda arranged the proceedings of the session. Miss Swaleha Mujawar introduced the session & also proposed the Vote of Thanks.
Learning Outcome: Students got an insight to what the future holds for them.
They learnt the key elements that hard work, dedication, determination, fighting spirit, endurance & positive approach are crucial to attain the peak glory in any field of activity.
A BLESSED OCASSION FOR OUR SCHOOL
In a very blessed atmosphere charged with all positive vibes & spiritualism, Our School organised an interaction session for our students with delegates from ISKCON Temple, Ravet. Our Principal Mrs. Madhubala Gairola, School co-ordinator Mrs. Padmavati Banda, teachers & stuents were present for the ocassion.
His Holiness Mahant Shri Gopati Prabhuji , Shri Guru Prasadji & Mataji Mrs. Hegde Ma’am graced the ocassion. Guru Gopati Prabhuji began the interaction on a note: “ Better to have one moon than a million stars to illuminate the Skies”. He defined education as the one that brings out all that lies within us. He made students participate in the proceedings by asking them the purpose of receiving education, the various good qualities one must possess & the what they knew about the basic teachings of the holy books. He highlighted the fact the The Bhagvad Gita is a vast source inspiration for all & it helps us cure the cancer of negativity that has created havouc in our minds. In the wake of this ; we are busy criticising , complaining about or competing with others. He got students to repeat a lesson for life –
"A Person’s Greatness Has To Be Estimated By His Ability To Tolerate In Provoking Situations."
He referred to the Bhagvad Gita as a treatise on Science – where we get to know about the manifestation, nature & functioning of the Universe.He made students understand that there are two important things that we need to learn in life:
1) Who is my advisor? Here he gave the illustration from the Gita that Shakuni was the advisor of Duryodhan & Lord Krishna was the advisor for Arjuna. The choice is whom do we want as ours?
2) Even if I lead a disciplined life; I still need to have a guide.
The students were very much inspired as they got to learn about religion, Science, Peace, Universe, Purpose of Life & Requisites for a good human life –all in one set.
Our Principal Mrs. Madhubala Gairola guided the organisation of the session. School co-ordinator Mrs. Padmavati Banda, C.C.A.- in –Charge Miss Swaleha Mujawar & her committee members co-ordinated in the execution of the session. Miss Swaleha Mujawar introduced the deglates &also propoed the Vote of Thanks.
SEMINAR CONDUCTED BY OUR SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS & PARENTS ABOUT ADOLESCENCE
Our School conducted a session on Saturday, 19th of November 2016 for its students & parents of class VIII - X on the sensitive issue of Adolescence Stage. The expert trainer for the session was Mrs. Mazia Siddiqui from Zenith Educare Pvt. Ltd.
The session was one of its kind as students & parents understood the depth & extent of the issue of adolescence. The expert trainer Mrs. Siddiqui focused on every single concern related to the issue. She elaborated; with the help of an A- V presentation; about the onset of puberty, the various changes experienced, the mood –swings concern, the altering self –image & surrounding conditions, the problems faced, outlook of parents & society about growing children. She made students understand that this is a stage where they do find it difficult with the changes going on within & outside & even more panicking to share it with even near ones. She even talked in detail about the concern of child sexual abuse & advised students that they need to speak out to their parents in case they happen to come across any such terror- striking or gravely disturbing situations. For the parents, Mrs. Siddiqui advised them that they should be open to their children whenever they are in a fix situation. They need to trust their kids & create an atmosphere at home that would be conducive to open conversation & confined relevance on each other. She also conducted an open dais with parents & students to come up with their queries & answered them to greatly satisfying extent. She even went on to have a 0ne –to – one conversation with students who were otherwise reluctant to ask questions before everyone present.
All the students got to learn a lot in the session. Parents greatly acknowledged the school’s initiative to take up a session on this otherwise not so broadly discussed matter of concern. They got to learn many things & also got an insight about how they needed to deal with their growing up children.
Principal Mrs. Gairola guided the organization of the session. Co-ordinator Mrs. Padmavati Banda arranged the proceedings of the session. C.C.A. –in –Charge Miss Swaleha Mujawar introduced the guest trainer for the session .Co-ordinator Mrs. Padmavati Banda proposed the Vote of Thanks.
BOOK FAIR 2016
You are cordially invited for the 1st Annual Book Fair 2016 organised by our School between 21st July and 23rd July 2016.
BOOK FAIR CUM SALE EXHIBITION ORGANIZED AT S.B.PATIL PUBLIC SCHOOL
A Book Fair cum sale exhibition was organized at the School Campus on the 19th of November 2016.
The event was inaugurated at the hands of Principal Mrs. Madhubala Gairola. Pre-primary co-ordinator Mrs. Shubhangi Kulkarni, teachers, parents & students were present for the occasion.
The objectives behind the organizing the activity was to develop the taste of Reading among students, introducing them to the amazing world of Books, inculcating the knack for the collecting & reading books – in the wake of the onslaught of technology , mechanical paraphernalia that surrounds our youngsters ; who are hence oblivious to the world of books . As a step to encourage our students & parents to start procuring at least few books for their wards that too at very reasonable price tags; our School had organized this one – day activity for our parents of the Pre- Primary Section. It received immense response as parents practically bought the maximum number of books that they could lay their hands on.
Principal Mrs. Madhubala Gairola guided the organizing of the Bok Fair. Pre-primary co-ordinator Mrs. Shubhangi Kulkarni & School Librarian Mrs. Vishakha Sonkamble organized the entire proceedings of the event.
OUR SCHOOL REMEMBERS A GREAT VISIONARY
Our School had conducted a Special celebration to commemorate the birth anniversary of the Missile Man of India & former President, Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam also celebrated as World Students’ Day. Our Principal Mrs. Madhubala Gairola, School Co-ordinator Mrs. Padmavati Banda, teachers & students were present for the session.
The session began with the garlanding of the photograph of Dr. Kalam at the hands of our Principal Mrs. Gairola Ma’am, School Co-ordinator Mrs. Padmavati Banda ,Captain of Green House Master Nandkishore Lokhande & Vice Captain Miss Mrunali Dangle. Students of Std VI Master Nrupshambhu & Miss Shambhavi Mahajan presented speeches on the life & work of the great son of India. School teacher Miss Aparna Jagdale demonstrated an A- V presentation on the phase of Dr. Kalam’s life as a student.
Principal Mrs.Gairola addressed the students about the significance of considering such great people as ideals in life & trying to imbibe the values they lived for; in one’s life. She elaborated further that merely celebrating such days would go without any impact if these celebrations fail to inspire us or at least make to start thinking about what we could do as individuals for our nation. She made students understand that at this stage all they need to do is to look into issues of their immediate concern viz discipline, punctuality, hygiene, obedience towards elders etc. these will be instrumental in generating positive vibes that will enhance their potential to set goals for future & endeavor every bit to achieve them. She enumerated the thought given by Dr. Kalam that “Dreams are not those that we see when we are asleep; dreams are the ones that do not let us sleep”.
Principal Mrs. Gairola guided the organizing of the Assembly. Co - ordinator Mrs. Padmavati Banda House teachers of Green House –Mrs. Sakshi Shinde, Mrs. Geetanjali Zambre, Mrs. Archana Chachar, Mrs. Deepika Kannao & Miss Aparna Jagdale organized the proceedings of the event.
Learning Outcomes: Students derived inspiration from the great leaders.
They understood how it is very important to have dreams set & we should also endeavour to get them fulfilled.
Independence Day Celebrations at S.B.Patil Public School
Pimpri Chinchwad Education Trust’s S.B.Patil Public School, Ravet, celebrated the 69th Independence Day at their campus.The Trustee of Pimpri Chinchwad Education Trust, Mr. Bhaijan Kazi was the Chief Guest. The Secretary of Pimpri Chinchwad Education Trust, Mr. V.S.Kalbhor, Executive Director Mr. Girish Desai, Principal of S.B.Patil Public School, Mrs. Madhubala Gairola, P.T.A. Members, the entire teaching staff & students were present for the occasion.
The function started with the Flag Hoisting Ceremony& National Anthem. This was followed by March Pass by the Scout Guide Troop &students of the senior classes. The School’s Choir Group guided by Music teacher ,Mrs. Mita Ghosalalso presented a Character – based patriotic song followed by two songs presented by the winning teams of the PatrioticSong Competition conducted in our School. The Scout –Guide Troop also presented a patriotic song ; guided by Mr. Kuldeep Ghadge. .Some speeches were also presented by the following students :
- Miss Devyani Badwaik ( Std IX ) – Speech in Hindi.
- Miss Netra Gadadare( Std V C) & Miss Asmita Bhamre (Std V B) – Speech in English
- Miss Rohini Shinde (Std VII) - Speech in Marathi.
In her address, Principal Mrs. Madhubala Gairola stressed on the need to inculcate the true essence of freedom in our lives as well as on the minds of the younger generation. She elaborate that when a single Indian person represents the nation on the global arena; he is not just one single individual – but the replica of whole nation & all Indians put together. As we do not pay any heed to the religion, caste, creed, sect, linguistic group of those who are our routine helping hands; we must imply the same in our broader social & civic lives. She underlined the fact that the true meaning of valuable ideals like freedom, patriotism, pride & respect for the nation can be best understood only if we just try to practically apply in our live –the first two lines of the School Pledge that we used t our we do repeat in our daily school assemblies. The Chief Guest of the function, Mr. Bhaijan Kazi, in his address – drew everyone’s attention to the immeasurable contribution of not just the few known great names –but all adults, youngsters & even children – in the 90 year – long freedom struggle right from1857 – 1947. He gave references to the cruel slaughter of the two young kids of Sher –E –Mysore , Tipu Sultan at the hands of the Britishers & the fight put up by the brave group of school going kid in Nandurbar district of Maharashtra. He called upon the students to value this hard – earned freedom & uphold the integrity & pride of our country . He also highlighted the huge responsibilities upon parents & grown-ups in general & teachers in particular to shape a resourceful generation of professionals for future India.
Principal Mrs. Madhubala Gairola guided the organizing of the event. Co - ordinator Mrs. Padmavati Banda,P.T. teachers Mr. Dhanaji Patil , Mr. Chandrakant Thombare, Art teacher Mr. Sunnjoy Vispute, , Mr. Kuldeep Ghadge, , Mrs. Mita Ghosal, Mrs. Nirupama Kale, Mrs. Rachana Sisodiya & Mrs. Manjusha Nathe organized the proceedings of the celebration. C.C.A. in charge Ms. Swaleha Mujawar & the entire staff cooperated in the successful execution of the function.The Function was compeered by Mrs. Rachana Sisodiya, who also proposed the Vote of Thanks.
What is STEM?
STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. STEM education not only addresses the demand for scientists and engineers, but also is a key component of responsible, global citizenship.
STEM is the engine that can power this growth. STEM education begins in early childhood when children are curious and creative and continues through college. All children, regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, or learning style, can excel in STEM disciplines and can aspire to STEM careers. Effective teaching at all levels utilizes hands-on, minds-on inquiry into the natural world.We believe that true learning takes place when a student has an opportunity to discover on their own through a hands-on, experiential, learning model. By allowing children to be involved in a learning process that excites, energizes, engages and enriches them to a wide variety of skills and concepts, they will discover a path that will enable them to have a more productive education.
Robotics is increasingly being considered as the fourth “R” of learning, “Reading, wRriting and aRithmatic” that modern-day students must understand to succeed in a highly competitive, technology-driven world. Robotics integrates all STEM fields in way no other subject can cover. Robotics is the mother of all subjects. It integrates mechanical, electrical, electronics, control engineering, computer science, technology, math and science. .
You will discover breakthrough technologies in Robotics. Immerse yourself in the most forward-looking discipline of our time.
- Makes learning fun, engaging, and inspiring
- Provides highly practical hands-on experience
- Gives a head-start in preparing for high school and college
- Develops critical thinking skills and problem solving strategies
- Enables learner to develop and express creativity
- Develops the ability to work collaboratively in teams
- Helps your student develop an intuitive understanding of physical concepts in science and math
- Helps to excel in math and science and choose a career in science and technology
- Enables learner to appreciate and realize technology
- Builds confidence and self-esteem
- Prepares your student for the fast-paced competitive world
P.T.A. OFFICE BEARER’S ELECTIONS
Our School had organized the Annual P.T.A. Elections on the 25th of June 2016 at its Campus. Principal Mrs. Madhubala Gairola, Primary co-ordinator Mrs. Padmavati Banda, teachers of Std I – X & all the newly elected P.T.A. Representatives were present for the session.
The session began with the introduction of the hierarchy of the P.T.A. of the School by co-ordinator Mrs. Padmavati Banda. She then called upon the newly elected representatives from various classes to stand up as candidates for the posts of the Vice –Presidents of the School’s P.T.A. A total of eight representatives volunteered for the post. Then a counting of the votes secured by each candidate was taken by calculating the number of other P.T.A. members’ who backed each candidate.
The final counting results showed Mr. Kuldeep Kasliwal & Mrs. Anuprita Nikam for the Primary Section for the Secondary Section & Mr. Digamber Gaike & Mrs. Ashwini Kakade who were unanimously elected as the Vice Presidents of the P.T.A. of the School. The newly elected Office Bearers thanked their fellow P.T.A. Members for investing the responsibility to them & also expressed the thought that problems would be given a secondary status henceforth. We could look at problems as areas of concern & areas of improvements.
Principal Mrs. Gairola congratulated the newly elected Office Bearers & also added that the cordial functioning between the various elements of School –Management, Principal, P.T.A. & teachers – eventually was meant for the progress of the Students & up gradation of the School.
Principal Mrs. Gairola guided the organizing of the Orientation Session. Co-ordinator Mrs. Banda organized the session & Proposed the Vote of Thanks.
STUDENT LEADERS GET READY TO LEAD
In an auspicious ceremony held at its campus; Our S.B. Patil Public School witnessed its Annual Investiture Ceremony today, the 18th of June 2016.
The ceremony was attended by Our Hon’ble Principal Mrs. Madhubala Gairola Ma’am, Primary co-ordinator Mrs. Padmavati Banda, teachers & students of Std VI –X.
C.C.A. –in – Charge Miss Swaleha Mujawar introduced the function & elaborated upon the meaning & scope of Investiture Ceremony; flavoured by some quotes & proverbs. It was followed by the awarding of sashes, badges & flags to the Student leaders at the auspicious hands of Mrs. Gairola Ma’am & the House – in –charges of the various Houses - Mrs. Jayshree Kurse, Mrs. Sakshi Shinde, Mrs. Ayesha Syed & Mrs. Manjusha Nathe.
Then followed the Oath Taking proceeding in which Principal Mrs. Gairola Ma’am conducted the Oath taking & swearing in of the newly appointed student leaders to their designations.
In her address to the students, Principal Mrs. Gairola Ma’am asked the student leaders to first start the following the norms of cleanliness, discipline & mannerism for themselves. They then need to adapt the norms to their respective classrooms & then over to the whole school. She made them understand that a true leader is the one who creates more leaders. It is not just that a leader leads & others follow; but the doctrine of leadership lies in collectively functioning with fellow mates, taking into consideration their opinions in decision making process & moving forward as a group than as an individual alone.
Our student leaders for the academic year 2016 – 2017 are as follows:-
|1. Head Boy:||Mast. Tanuj Sansare|
|2. Head Girl:||Miss. Rutuja Gharge|
|3. School Prefect:||Mast. Rohan Badiger|
|4. Blue House Captain:||Miss Varada Kulkarni|
|5. Blue House Vice Captain:||Miss Harsha Sewlani|
|6. Green House Captain:||Mast. Nadkishore Lokhande|
|7. Green House Vice Captain:||Miss. Mrunali Dangle|
|8. Red House Captain:||Mast. Adeesh Takalkar|
|9. Red House Vice Captain:||Miss Diya Siroya|
|10. Yellow House Captain:||Miss Kanak Joshi|
|11. Yellow House Vice Captain:||Miss. Tanaya Ajgar|
The event was guided by Principal Mrs. Madhubala Gairola Ma’am. Co-ordinator Mrs. Padmavati Banda, C.C.A. –in – Charge Miss Swaleha Mujawar, P.E. Teacher Mr. Dhanaji Patil arranged the proceedings of the event. Miss Swaleha Mujawar compeered the event. Mrs. Anjali Gugale proposed the Vote of Thanks.
Training Session For Students On Leadership Skills
Our School had conducted a training session on the 2nd of May 2016 for its students on leadership skills. The expert trainers for the session were Mr. & Mrs. Paresh Shah from Symphony Pvt. Ltd. Mumbai.
The session was one of its kind as students understood how crucial it was to have a goal in life. The expert trainer Mr. Shah made students understand how important it was to dream big, work harder & accomplish the best. He asserted the point that students need to make optimum use of their vacations (summer & Christmas) to plan & study for their examinations. He demonstrated a graphical presentation making students realize that it was only when they shall hold the objective of ‘A’ Grade & above; that they would go on to secure admission in ‘A’ Grade colleges; secure ‘A’ Grade friend circle; get into ‘A’ Grade companies & careers & live an ‘A’ Grade lifestyle. In the event of failing to have an ‘A’ Grade objective; students would end up with a ‘C’ or ‘E’ level – the bottom of everything.
All the students thoroughly participating in the session. They were very enthused to learn about the fact that it is only pre –conceived goals, planned efforts & perseverance that are the driving forces of all success.
Principal Mrs. Gairola guided the organization of the session. Co-ordinator Mrs. Padmavati Banda arranged the proceedings of the session, introduced the guest trainers for the session & also proposed the Vote of Thanks.
Training Session For Teachers On Leadership Skills
Our School had conducted a training session on the 2nd of May 2016 for its teachers on leadership skills. The expert trainers for the session were Mr. & Mrs. Paresh Shah from Symphony Pvt. Ltd. Mumbai.
The session focused on the traits needed to be good leaders along with being good teachers. Mr. Shah elaborated on the global significance of teachers as building blocks of the society & nation. He cited some examples to clarify how stereotype attitudes harm our functioning as individuals, how negativity could be kept at bay by refilling our brain with positivity always. He conducted some games & activities for the teachers to bring home the qualities & traits necessary for becoming good leaders.
All the teachers enjoyed participating in the session. They were very enthused to learn about the fact that good teachers are always good leaders too. Principal Mrs. Gairola guided the organization of the session. Co-ordinator Mrs. Padmavati Banda arranged the proceedings of the session. Miss Swaleha Mujawar introduced the guest trainers for the session & also proposed the Vote of Thanks.
Teachers' Orientation Session
An Orientation Session was conducted for all the teachers of the School on the 1st April 2016 in the Multipurpose Hall of the School.
The session was attended by Principal Mrs. Madhubala Gairola, Academic Co- ordinators Mrs. Padmavati Banda & Mrs. Shubhangi Kulkarni & Mrs. Padmavati Banda & all the teachers of the Pre – Primary & the Primary Sections.
Principal Mrs. Madhubala Gairola addressed the teachers to be role models for the students. She said that first day of the school is a task more for the teachers than the students.Hence, teachers need to be more presentable, approachable & polite towards the students when they attend school on Day 1. She also introduced the co –cordinators of Std III to IX. She stressed upon the need to encourage students to participate in various competitions – bearing in mind the Vision & Mission of our School – which carries the motto of holistic development of every child. She mentioned that as the School is growing, we need to give our best as part of the institution & play our roles with utmost perfection & sense of service in further enhancing the image & reputation of the School.
She wished all the teachers good luck as they were to venture into the new academic year from 4th of April 2016.
Inauguration ceremony of Robotics Lab
Our School witnessed the grand inauguration of its new initiative for the academic year 2016 - 17; The Robotics Laboratory at its Campus on the 9th of April 2016.
Prior to the formal inauguration ceremony, a special event was organised in the School’s Multipurpose Hall. The Chief Guests were Mr. Kikuchi Reniya, CEO, LEGO Company& Chairman, LS Creative Learning Pvt. Ltd & Prof. Tairo Nomura, Asst. Prof., Saitama University, Japan & Trainer LS Creative Learning Pvt. Ltd. Other dignitaries present were Executive Director, Pimpri Chinchwad Education Trust - Dr. Girish Desai; Principal of PC.E.T.s S.B.Patil College of Engineering & Research Mr. Gaikwad; Ms. Sana, Ms. Aayushi & Mr. Shailesh form Green Lawns School Mumbai; Principal of P.C.E.T.s S.B.Patil Public School, Mrs. Madhubala Gairola, teachers & parents.
Principal Mrs. Gairola welcomed the guests & dignitaries. In his address; Mr. Kikuchi Reniya elaborated upon the global scenario & the need to inculcate technical teaching alongside the traditional curriculum. He explained that the onus of the modern day technology - driven world lied solely on the technical advancements & robotics is on the verge of soon becoming the order of the day. When it came to sharing knowledge with the world, Mr. Kikuchi expressed the need of implementing the much in vogue –Student Exchange Programme. He brought to the notice of everyone present that his firm conducted global robotics contests, summer camps on robotics & that he has also initiated a Scholarship exclusively for Indian students.
Prof. Tairo Nomura gave a P.P.T. presentation along with practical demonstration - as to how robotics would be interwined with School Curriculum. Principal Mrs. Gairola expressed deep gratitude towards the Trust for generously taking the initiative to make arrangements of two separate labs catering for the various age groups of students. She extended a warm note of appreciation towards the Japanese guests for customising a School Student oriented Curriculum & associating the School in coming with its new technical initiative for the first time ever.
The guests presented a memento which was received by Dr. Girish Desai & Principal Mrs. Gairola accepted the same in behalf of the Trust & the School. Principal Mrs. Gairola guided the organising of the event. Co-ordinator Mrs. Padmavati Banda arranged the proceedings of the session. All teachers co-ordinated in the successful execution of the event. Miss Swaleha Mujawar compeered the event & also proposed the Vote of Thanks.