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27May

ARTISAN WORKSHOP FOR CLASSES 4 & 5
  
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ARTISAN WORKSHOP FOR CLASSES 4 & 5
DATE: 27TH – 29TH MAY 2024
A three-day Artisan Workshop was held for the classes 4 & 5. It was a vibrant and engaging experience for the young learners. Renowned artisans and experts led the sessions, guiding the students in exploring various traditional crafts and art forms. Mr Dinesh Chandra Mohanlal Kumhar tutored the students on molela terracotta art plaques, Ms Reeta Das taught the students to make gorgeous jute- jewellery and Ms Kalyani depicted Madhubani paintings. The artisans ensured that the skills, techniques, and knowledge associated with it continued to be passed down from generation to generation as it also helped maintain cultural traditions and heritage. The workshop aimed to foster creativity and instil an appreciation for cultural heritage. The students built confidence in their artistic abilities and developed a sense of pride in their creations.

    18May

    Tech Exhibition

    The Class 3 Tech Exhibition was a vibrant showcase of young talent and budding innovation, held at F-block atrium DPSKPV on 18th May 2024. Total 19 students participated in the event. The event aimed to foster early interest in technology among primary school students and provide them with a platform to explore and exhibit their creative projects.

    Exhibition Highlights: The exhibition featured an array of interactive displays, projects, and demonstrations created by students from various Class 3 sections. Here are some of the highlights:

    • Canva Chronicles: The Class 3 Canva Project was an exciting initiative aimed at introducing primary school students to the world of digital design and creativity. Students explored the fundamental principles of graphic design, such as layout, color theory, typography, and composition.
    • Pixel perfect: Students explored the intersection of technology and art by creating digital artworks using tablets and interactive drawing tools. The art gallery showcased a variety of imaginative pieces, from digital paintings to animated cartoons, highlighting the students' creativity and artistic expression.
    • Coding projects: Students showcased their coding skills through simple programs and animations created using platforms like Scratch and Code.org. From basic games to animated stories, the coding projects demonstrated the students' understanding of logic and programming concepts.

    The Class 3 Tech Exhibition was a resounding success, showcasing the talents and achievements of young innovators and technology enthusiasts. Through their creative projects and demonstrations, students demonstrated the power of curiosity, imagination, and perseverance in unlocking the potential of technology. As we look ahead, the exhibition serves as a testament to the transformative impact of early tech education in shaping the future of our society

     

      07May

      SHAKESPHEREAN LITERARY WEEK: A WALK TO CHERISH

      DATE:7th May -19 May2024

      GRADE :VI to VIII

      SHAKESPHEREAN LITERARY WEEK: A WALK TO CHERISH

      GRADE VI:

      DAY1: The literary week commenced with the colourful, informative bunting making activity for students with the theme being the various genres of English Literary and stock words which ranged through horror, adventure, fantasy, mystery, comedy, thriller to tragedy; from conflict, climax, plot, resolution, settings, characterization to to theme and symbolism.

      DAY2: The enthusiasm of students advanced to a sprawling level with the Picture dictionary from English to French/ German/ Sanskrit and vice versa containing words represented through images drawn and printed.

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      1.1 A sneak peek into the class preparing the dictionary 1.2 Students geared up for literary parade.

      DAY3: The third day of the event united the students with the Collaborative Picture story Making activity which provided the students an opportunity to cooperate and collaborate as a group nurturing their team spirit.

      DAY4: The most awaited event which added cherry to the cake was the Literary Parade where students demonstrated their favourite characters ranging from Geronimo Stilton, Roald Dhal’s Matilda, J.K Rowling’s Harry Potter to Shakespeare’s Portia.Voice modulation, expression body language and intonation being the key ingredients of the activity.Usage of props and costume added charm and gaietygaeity to each of their performances which reflected the true spirit of the activity.

      GRADE VII:

      DAY 1:The Shakespearean Week inagurated with the vibrant spirit reflected through the Bunting Making Activity on Literary devices ranging from simile, metaphor, personification, onomatopoeia oxymoron to antithesis, irony, paradox, hyperbole imagery and its five types.The varying shapes of buntings added cherry on the cake through incorporation of variety which is the spice of life.

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      1.3 A sight of students preparing the buntings 1.4 Students overjoyed after preparing their buntings

      DAY 2:The students showcased their aesthetic spirit through the Calligram creation activity on the theme “Music” wherein students explored and expanded their unexplored prolific artist hidden within.

      DAY 3: The students delivered their best through the Picture Dictionary creation activity on a vast plethora of idioms which clarified the students the meanings of various idioms and their usage in day to day life.

      DAY 4: Literary Parade activity conducted imbibing the authors and characters from literary world was a grand success.

      DAY 4: Students enjoyed being in the shoes of their favourite characters and creating an aura which was enigmatic for some but added a feather to the cap of other activities.

      GRADE VIII:

      DAY1: Your talent determines what you can do; Your motivation determines how much your are willing to do and your attitude determines how well you do it. Our talented lot of desptites depicted their outstanding skills through Bunting creation activity on the theme “Literary Giants” where in they portrayed Charles Dickens, Mark Twain, Jane Austen to Ernest Hemingway, Leo Tolstoy artistically with their famous creations.

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      1.5 Glimpses of selfie points with students preparing them

      DAY 2: The students enthusiastically participated and presented their multilingual dictionary converting the words from other foreign languages like French, German, sanskrit to English and vice versa which empowered their vocabulary leading to gaining knowledge about words from different languages.

      DAY 3: They also prepared selfie points and comic strips which were the group activities they enjoyed with other students in the group coordination, improvising communication and mastering the skill of team work.

      DAY 4:Students energetically presented their favourite characters portraying their costume, dialogue delivery, body language and gestures.

       

       

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