Continuing with the legacy of roaring success in sports, the Presidians went an extra mile to achieve their goals. Five eager beavers of Presidium, Faridabad, namely Devansh Dubey of grade 9, Sanjeevani Aggarwal of grade 10 and Diti Kansal of grade 6 won silver Medals and Lakshay Panwar of grade 7 and Sneha Dagar of grade 10 won bronze medals in the 3rd India Open International Taekwondo Championship 2018 held recently at Thayagraj Indoor Stadium, INA, New Delhi under the aegis of Taekwondo Federation of India. 2500 students from 15 different schools participated in the championship. The Taekwondo kids of Presidium, took part enthusiastically and became the centre of attraction with their impeccable kicks, punches and blocks as they recorded their impressive victory at the Championship.
An ‘Extempore’ is an impromptu speech in which the person has to speak on a given topic without any prior preparation. It helps in testing a child’s ability to think and connect with the audience. It also develops their communication skills, fluency, pronunciation and overall presentation skills, confidence, spontaneity, poise, composure etc. Taking this view into consideration, Presidium Faridabad, organized an ‘Extempore Competition’ for the students of grade 9 & 10 on the general current affairs in which they spoke a few lines on the respective topic for about a minute. Through this competition, the children were able to learn the skills of prioritizing and sequencing in order to display their logical thinking.
For a perfect result at the end of the day, learning should begin from the very beginning.
The CBSE board examination grade 10 results have undoubtedly brought an unforgettable moment of glory for Presidium Faridabad. The hard work of all the teachers and students in the field of academics has finally paid off as a total of 6 students scored an aggregate of over 90%, with our proud school topper being Parijat Kumar(96.6%). We also couldn’t happier for 7 of our subject toppers who scored more than 91% in their most beloved subject. Our best wishes are with all the toppers who have done their parents, teachers and the school proud!
"A dream doesn't become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work." - Colin Powell
Our leaders of tomorrow from Presidium Faridabad feature all these qualities, which is fairly evident in their extraordinary grade 12 board results for doing well in X Grade Board exams. Today, you all have given a fine example of your profound spirit, vast wisdom and infinite talent.
Congratulations to all the grade 12 Presidians for impeccable excellence in board results this year!
Games sustain physical and emotional well being of an individual, providing him/her opportunities for positive social interaction, learning, health and independence. Presidium, Faridabad always aims at harmonizing studies and fun for the students with the purpose of their enjoyment, learning and overall development. Keeping this in mind, an ‘Interclub Throwball’ competition was recently organized for grades 9 & 10 in the school playground. Students came prepared on the court with a thorough knowledge about the rules of the game. They showed immense potential, great team coordination and spirit. All the participants played with tremendous zeal and enthusiasm amid loud cheers from the supporting clubs. This competition provided the students a wonderful prospect to exhibit their aptitude.
To enhance the expression, fluency, awareness, confidence and oratory skills of our students of grades 6 to 8, an Inter-Class English Declamation Competition’ was organized at Presidium, Faridabad. The main focus of this competition was to develop communication skills and promote critical thinking among the Presidians. The students were given the topics on which they were asked to present their views within the given time limit. They declaimed on various topics like Life in Urban Jungle, Information Technology in Developing Technology, Global Terrorism – Fight against Terrorism, Racial Discrimination and, the Advantages Men think of being a Woman – or the other way around. All the participants displayed confidence, enthusiasm and alertness during their performance in the competition. The judges appreciated the choice of topics and applauded the participants for their clarity of thought. Badges and certificates were awarded to the proud winners!