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!
To celebrate the role of mothers in our lives, Presidians of Faridabad recently conducted a special assembly on the occasion of Mother’s Day. The teachers made an earnest effort to instill the importance of a mother in a child’s life through effective thematic presentations, moral stories and video clippings. Our little ones had something more special and unique to bring a smile on their beloved mothers’ face. They passionately got involved in making beautiful greeting cards for their mothers. They also intensely and devotedly spoke about their mothers. Heart-warming feelings filled the air with intimacy, gratitude, appreciation and acknowledgement as the Presidians proudly echoed with the quote - 'Mother will be our door to Paradise so, let’s love, respect and care for our Mother everyday”. It was indeed, an enjoyable and memorable day for each and every child which left an indubitable mark on the innocent hearts!
Considering the importance of oral education in the form of drama and to sensitize our students of grades 11 and 12 towards the burning social issue of child labour, a Nukkad Natak was recently organized at Presidium Faridabad, on the occasion of International Labour Day. Conveying the message that child labour is a stigma to our society and that all children must avail their constitutional right of education at all cost, the senior Presidians made some thought-provoking points. They presented a beautiful play, which helped the audience to learn how they can contribute in eradicating the menace of child labour from our society. The young actors of the school were lauded for leaving an ineffaceable mark on the minds of the audience through their flawless performance!
Recently, to acknowledge the achievements of workers in various fields and to promote the requirements of eight-hour working day, our students conducted a special assembly on the occasion of Labour Day at Presidium, Faridabad. The little grade prep Presidians paid tribute to the labour class by coming dressed up as helpers like Doctor, Plumber, and Electrician. They spoke few lines on the same, which was followed by grade 8 students' speech about the importance of Labour Day. Our senior Presidians of grades 11 and 12 also showcased an alluring Nukkad Nattak in front of the audience, displaying the condition of the small underprivileged children under the age of 14, who are being exploited by many at their working places. Apprising the leaders of tomorrow about the condition of the labourers, the assembly made them more sympathetic and grateful toward them!