‘SA1 Open House of St Kabir shows how children can learn through fun and participation
BILKUL News Report, Ahmedabad: Ahmedabad boasts of country’s best CBSE schools in a long list of privately run schools.
In a race to show itself at the top, they are using different marketing techniques. Contrary to this, here is a school which is quietly busy molding the tender minds of its students in a way that will make them responsible and worthy citizens.
St. Kabir School (located at Drive-in Road area) in its latest attempt decided to take the CBSE’s spirit of education and studies a step further.
Hence, the management of the school decided to see the children in a new avatar. Pragya Pandya, the Head Mistress of the school (Drive-in new branch) along with her team of teachers and teaching assistants organized a beautiful show involving all students of the class.
‘SA 1 Open House’ organized on 10th September in the school saw the young student s of primary section as teachers while the teachers and parents attended the session as learners!
( Pragya Pandya the Headmistress of St. Kabir School ( new) situated in Drive In)
The impressive performance by the children comprised of a Talk Show, Presentation and Poem Recitation. Most importantly for the parents who were relieved to see their children acting and reciting the subjects from within their books catering to the syllabus of the SA1 exams which they are soon going to write.
Students performed and presented topics from subjects like EVS (environmental studies), Mathematics, languages including Hindi, English and Sanskrit in an interesting way with the help of smart boards, charts, power point presentation and physical appearances and actions.
For many parents it was a treat …taking them back to their school days. Many parents could not believe their eyes to see their timid and shy child acting so confidently and reciting the poems so clearly before a sizeable audience.
How a brain functions? What is international number system? How do plants germinate? What are latitudes and longitudes, climate weather conditions? Moral values taught with the help of a story in Gujarati or how can water be recycled used and saved was shown in a drama form.
Poems in Hindi and English were recited by children. Parents saw a promising little poet in Prajval Kulkarni of class 5 who wrote a thought provoking poem on ‘Saving Water’.
Other students who showed their talent included Jaidev, Kshitij, Tejaswini, Hooshad, Drashtant, Dhvanit , Jodhvir, Radhika, Rijul, Sharvil, Manav, Diya, Junaid, Vishak, Om, Rishiraj, Harsh, Nishita, Nirmal and others.
Teachers included Shumona, Archana, Harsha, Komal, Ruchi, Suchi, Mimni and others.
On this occasion Head Mistress Pragya pointed out that it was the need of the hour and very important to let children express themselves before the audience as they continue and progress in learning.
Pragya Mam thanked the parents for their co-operation and trust on school management and administration.