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Club and Month-End Reports – June 2016

CLUBS:

  1. SCIENCE CLUB

DOCUMENTRY ON ANIMAL LIFE: 

To introduce students with the animal life on the land and in the sea the Science Incharge teachers Mrs. Sangita and

Mr. Halim had arranged for a documentary. First they divided the student’s house- wise into four groups and gave instructions about question and answer session to be held after showing the video documentary. The students of the club watched it with great interest. They could see life of animals of different regions, types of forests and depth of oceans. After watching the movie, the in charge teachers took a review of their understanding of the film by asking questions related to the habitat, adaptation, and migration of the animals and sea creatures. The students answered the questions enthusiastically and shared additional information.

  1. MATHS CLUB

QUIZ:

Quiz activity was conducted by Mr. Kiran Dhage to develop logical thinking, critical thinking and interpersonal relationship skills of the club students. The in charge teacher divided the students into four groups as A, B, C, D and explained them the rules and rounds of the activity. It was conducted in three rounds as buzzer, rapid fire & magic wand. The In charge teacher asked five questions to each group during each round. Each group participated very enthusiastically and made sincere attempts to increase the score of their teams by answering intelligently. Finally group ‘D’ scored the highest score and was declared as the winner group. This activity helped the students to enrich their knowledge of Mathematics.

  1. HERITAGE CLUB:

ANCIENT COINS AND MONUMENTS:

To enhance students’ enthusiasm and interest in the rich Indian culture and develop respect towards the nation’s legacy, the heritage club conducted an activity based on collecting ancient coins and pictures of monuments. As per the instructions the students brought their collection of ancient coins and pictures of monuments and displayed them attractively. The students were amazed to see the old coins of one anna, two anna, five paise, ten paise and listen the stories about them .There was also the collection of the coins of other countries. Besides this, they made available the pictures of temples and monuments like Lotus Temple, Minakshi Temple, and Golden Temple Taj Mahal etc. The students delivered information about the ancient coins and monuments of India belonging to different periods of history, the rulers who introduced or installed them and their designs or style of construction. This activity helped the students understand the significance of the coins and the change that occurred in it in the course of time and style of architecture.

  1. LITERARY CLUB

STORY WRITING:

To inculcate values and enhance creative writing skills of the students, the in charge teacher Mr. Gadhave conducted story writing activity based on the monthly theme of Honesty. The students were suggested to write stories after discussing the criteria. They wrote beautiful stories and were asked to read out those aloud. The students were also asked to listen others and derive a moral from each of the stories. The teachers also appreciated the students who took sincere efforts to construct beautiful stories.

  1. ECO CLUB

SEED SOWING:

To create awareness about environment and environmental issues, Miss Meena conducted seed sowing activity to prepare plants in the garden of the school. As per the instructions by the in charge teacher, the students brought seeds of different types. The students of the club were very curious and enthusiastic to fill soil in the bag and sow the seeds. The teacher introduced the students with the scientific way of sowing seeds and the quantity of water and manure they require. To carry out this activity the teacher divided the students into four groups with some seeds and allotted particular area for each group. Miss Meena guided them after giving a demo of filling soil in a plastic bag & sowing the seeds. Students sowed the seeds and watered as per the given guidelines. The teacher concluded it by asking the students to chant slogans to protect the beautiful trees and save life on the earth. This activity helped the students develop a caring and respectful attitude towards the environment.

  1. LITTLE CHEF

VISIT TO DAIRY PLANT :

Little Chef Club aims at providing a wide range of experience about understanding different recipes, preparing wonderful dishes and understanding their nutritive values. To acquaint the students with the equipment and technological progress in this field, a visit to Triveni Dairy plant was organized by the club. The plant operator provided clear information about preparation of the milk products like lassi and ice cream and explained the functioning of the machines. He explained the kind of ingredients used in the preparation of lassi and ice cream stated the importance of their nutritious value. After reaching the school the Incharge teacher Mr. Somnath asked the pupils to write a short report on the fruitfulness of the visit to the plant.

MONTH-END ACTIVITIES:

  1. PAPER COLLAGE:

To develop the artistic skill of the students, collage activity was conducted for the students of U.K.G. The Incharge teacher provided the pages of different sketches and colour paper to the students for collage activity and guided for the same. Each students participated with great interest and tried to show their artistic skill .This activity enabled them to develop their creative and thinking skills. The winners were declared on the basis of the criteria like creativity accuracy and over all presentation.

  1. RALLY ON CHILD LABOUR:

To create an awareness among the students about the social issues and train them to face such challenges, the school had organized a rally based on Child Labour for the students of Classes I – III. The venue of the rally was Sangamner road in front of PMT area where the number of hotels are more. The students reached the venue with banners and posters and tried to create awareness among the people about the ill effects of child labour by chanting slogans. During this march from Swagat Hotel to PMT, students urged the people to give whole hearted co-operation to end the menace of child labour and emphasized on every child’s right to education. This activity enabled the pupils to be thoughtful and be concerned about social problems. 

  1. PICNIC DAY :

To inculcate the values like co-operation, sharing and caring among the students, the school had organized picnic for the students of grade IV & V to Nizarneshwar located amidst the beautiful mountains with lush green cover. Accompanied by two teachers, Mr. Halim and Mrs. Sonali and an attendant, the students reached the picnic spot at 10 a.m. After worshipping Lord Shiva with great faith, the students enjoyed playing team games like dough ball, kabbadi, ring, football etc. in front of the temple. These games helped to develop confidence and team spirit. In the afternoon at 12.30 the students enjoyed their delicious food by sharing it among their respective groups. At 1.30 p.m. they returned with sweet memories of the beautiful moments spent together in the beautiful natural surroundings.

  1. MIME AND POSTER MAKING:

To make the students aware about upcoming social and environmental issues like scarcity of water, pollution, child labour activities like ‘Mime and Poster making were conducted for the students of class VI, VII, and VIII. Students from class VI and VII (one group) were divided into five groups to present mimes based on the above themes. Their performances were really very outstanding and mind blowing. They showed their skills in the choice and use of drapery, background music and makeup. Other students of std. VII and students of std .VIII prepared posters based on the themes like ‘save trees, save animals and patriotism by using their innovative ideas and creative skills. These activities helped the students to develop their nonverbal communication, creativity and sensitivity towards environment.

  1. POSTER MAKING ACTIVITY:

To generate a respectful attitude and to sensitize students towards threats to the natural environment Poster Making activity was conducted on the theme ‘Caring the Environment and the Natural Resources’ for IX & X students. The students displayed their creative skills in drawing beautiful pictures, painting them and highlighting the theme. Through their posters the students focused on saving the natural resources like trees, water, crude oil etc. The problem of acute shortage of water experienced this year, almost all over India, was clearly visible in it. This activity helped the students realize the threats to the environment and the need to save them. This activity was judged by the class teachers.

WORKSHOPS :

  1. XSEED TEACHERS TRAINING PROGRAMME

On 2nd June 2016 Little Flower School had organized Xseed Teachers’ Training Programme to introduce new version of Xseed books under the guidance of the resource person Mrs. Payal Mehta. She conducted the training in two sessions. In the first session she explained the difference between the previous and the new version of Xseed. She highlighted how the new edition can reduce the burden of teachers and students and how effectively it supports and facilitates the learning process. Further she guided and gave detail information about using manual and content book for effective teaching in the class. In the second session she explained how to prepare an academic planning for preprimary and primary section. As a feedback of the training program, she had asked the teachers to deliver micro teaching and motivated them. She concluded by explaining the way to follow Blue scale points for effective teaching.

In short, the training was very informative and useful for the teachers.

  1. ICT TRAINING

On 1st June 2016 the school had organised ICT and internet accessing training for the teachers under the guidance of our computer teacher Mrs. Sarika Aher .The main objectives of the work shop were to enable the teachers to create an email ID and open an account to enhance quick communication and sharing of information. She explained the procedure to open the mail account, write and send it. For practice everybody was asked to send a mail to the principal. All the school teachers showed great interest and enthusiasm in reaping the benefits of the same.

  1. C.C.E WORKSHOP CONDUCTED BY THE SECONDARY TEACHERS.

To enhance the understanding of CCE, the school had organized a one day workshop for all the teachers on 7th June 2016 between 8.30 a.m.to 5.00 p.m. It was conducted by the teachers of the secondary section in two sessions.

In the beginning of the first session Mrs. Sangita Sonawane introduced CCE with great interest. With the help of a power point presentation she focused on importance of CCE, the assessment patterns and the areas stated in the report card. She created interest among the teachers by conducting an activity on the areas covered. The subject teachers explained the co-scholastic subjects. Mr. Bajirao Gadhave highlighted the importance and objectives LSRW skills of language and explained them in detail. He also focused on the type of tools used to assess the linguistic skills, the assessment of speaking and listening with appropriate criteria for each of the activities and the board pattern of English question paper. The scholastic area of mathematics was covered by Mr. Kiran Dhage. He focused on how to generate interest in mathematics and develop mathematical skills among students by taking the support of different types of tools and techniques. Mr. Halim Shaikh gave a power point presentation to explain the type of tools and techniques that can be used in science to assess the development of scientific skills among the children. Mr. Kiran Wakole explained how social science is connected with all the subjects and the kind of assessments.

The second session began with the topics of co scholastic area. Mrs. Vaishali Vyavahare explained the ten life skills and stated their significance and how to maintain the supportive documents. Detail information of work education was given by Mr. Kiran Dhage. He even suggested suitable activities for Work education. Literary skills and attitudes and values were explained by Mr. Gadhave in detail. A Mr. Kiran Wakole Highlighted co-curricular activity in detail this was followed by Mr. Halim who presented P.P.T. on Health and physical education. As this training programme was interactive and based on the experience of the teachers, it helped to clarify the doubts and generate a good understanding of CCE. 

  1. WORK SHOP ON REPORT WRITING

On 26th June, 2016 a workshop on report writing was organized by Little Flower School to enhance the writing skills of its teachers. The resource person Mr. Gadhave Bajirao, the HOD of English department, guided the teachers very efficiently with the help of PPT. He explained the objectives and characteristics of writing a good report. He made the teachers realize the importance of ‘Wh’ questions’ in obtaining relevant information. He suggested important stages of report writing and gave tips to increase the quality level. He showed them samples of good reports and asked to verify the characteristics discussed. At the end of the workshop he solved the doubts & queries by giving proper solutions. Finally he motivated them to write a good report by suggesting a few topics. In short, it was a very informative, interactive and knowledgeable workshop.

JULY

CLUBS:

COLLECTION OF AMAZING FACTS ON SCIENCE:

To channelize students’ interest in science the teacher had directed the students a week before to collect science related amazing facts, information and pictures. As per the suggestion, the students collected various facts, rich and appropriate information through different sources as reference books, newspapers and magazines and shared the same with the club members very enthusiastically during the activity hour. The teacher solved the queries raised by the students and concluded the activity throwing light on the most important and significant aspects of Science. This activity could help the students to gain a good deal of scientific knowledge.

  1. MATHS CLUB

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MEASURE UP:

The students of Maths Club were divided into four groups consisting eight students in each group. They participated enthusiastically in the activity -“Measure up.” As per the instructions by the In charge teacher, the students found the height, stretched arm length and weight of their groups members. From the obtained information, they prepared tabular data of average height, percentage of students with squared and rectangular body shapes and their Body Mass Index. The pupils were able to produce accurate measurements by using their mathematical skills, application of appropriate formulae. They learnt to obtain accurate information about their health. The in-charge teacher examined the performance of each group in the light of the parameters as presentation, co-ordination, accurate measurement and time management.

  1. HERITAGE CLUB:

DEBATE:

To discuss the need to preserve our cultural heritage, debate activity was conducted for the students of the Heritage Club on the topic ‘Should we preserve India’s Cultural Heritage? ’. The in- charge teacher divided the students into four groups as A,B,C and D & asked A& B groups to speak for the motion and C &D against the motion. The students participated with great interest and argued convincingly. The in charge teachers were highly impressed by the excellent oratory skills of the participants. This activity was very interactive & knowledgeable. It helped students to develop awareness about the Indian cultural heritage and ethics. It also helped to identify the tools that can be used to help communities to better understand and conserve their heritage.

  1. LITERARY CLUB

PICTURE READING:

The Club conducted Picture Reading Activity for its Club members who were provided pictures from newspapers related to the current scenario in India such as water crisis, traffic jam, cleanliness of public places, deforestation etc. The in charge teacher interpreted one as per the criteria announced and by asking the students to give their inputs. They were asked to study the given pictures and describe them after pasting on ruled papers. The students followed the criteria which included richness of content, fluency, creativity and grammatical accuracy. They found the activity very interesting as it was based on the day to day problems faced by the people of India. They enjoyed writing independently and freely describing the problems, and sharing remedies for the same. Finally the teacher asked them to them read out their beautiful creations and appreciated for their creativity and innovative ideas and made necessary suggestions wherever required. The students marched successfully towards the objective of creative writing.

  1. ECO CLUB

TREE PLANTATION:

Our Eco club conducted tree-plantation activity in the school campus. The Club In-charge teacher divided the students into four groups and assigned the work of digging pits, planting saplings and watering them. Before the plantation the teacher introduced the students with the available plant species, stated their importance and the scientific way of planting them. The teacher allotted specific area to each group and supervised the activity. The students prepared pits and planted the saplings properly. They performed the activity effectively under the guidance of the teacher. This activity helped the students to develop an awareness about the god given environment.

  1. LITTLE CHEF

LECTURE ON NUTRITIOUS DIET:

To enhance the knowledge of balanced and nutritious diet, the Chef Club had organized a guest lecture on ‘Nutritious diet’ for its members. The resource person Mrs. Namrata Sachdev explained the students the nutritive value of raw food and its importance in the mental and physical health. She gave a demo of preparing a few dishes like wheat frankie, cucumber rita and fruit delight using wheat roti, sauce, cucumber, potato, tomato, apple, banana, onion etc. She explained the process and guided the students about handling the equipment and precautions to be taken. She also discussed the recipes of the dishes that are commonly prepared in most houses. After explain the nutritional importance of each of the commonly used ingredients, she answered the queries raised by the students. The students found the activity very fruitful.

VI} MONTH-END ACTIVITIES:

  1. BOOK MARK MAKING:

To develop the interest and sharpen the students’ creative and artistic skills ‘Book Mark Activity’ was conducted for classes I, II and III. The In charge teachers gave necessary instructions and guided the students regarding activity. Using their knowledge and skills the students prepared different types of beautiful ‘Book marks’. They used ice cream sticks, cartoon pictures, lace and other decorative material like beads and bindis. This activity helped the students to develop their thinking, creative and artistic skills. The winners of the activity were declared on the basis of the criteria like creativity, material used and decoration.

  1. VEGETABLE DAY:

To understand the nutritive value of different vegetables and fruits in our daily diet Vegetable Day Activity was organized for the students of std. IV and V. As suggested, the students brought different types of vegetables and fruits to prepare salad. The in-charge teacher divided the students of each class into four groups as A, B, C &D and told them to prepare salad dish by using the fruits and vegetables they brought. Each group prepared salad successfully and decorated their dishes beautifully using their innovative ideas. Each group representative explained the process, the quantity of ingredients used in the dish and their nutritive value in daily diet. The winners of the activity were declared as per the criteria like preparation, cleanliness decoration, and participation.

  1. 3R’S REDUCE, RECYCLE AND REUSE ACTIVITY:

In order to make the children aware of the reuse of waste material and give them a lesson on reducing the wastage of our resources, 3 R’s -Reduce, Recycle and Reuse Activity was conducted for the VI to VIII classes. The little hands and imaginative minds came together in a creative burst of energy with items that can be recycled and reused like cd’s, ice-cream sticks, plastic bottles, scissors, colour paper etc. In charge teacher gave a stipulated time of one hour to the students to use their innovative ideas in preparing various beautiful objects. The students prepared very decorative & useful objects and realized how the resources can be saved. This activity helped the children to develop their creative, artistic and thinking skills.

  1. TALENT HUNT:

This month end the school conducted Talent Hunt Activity for class IX and X students to provide them a platform to showcase their hidden talent. As per the given instructions, the students had come prepared with different activities along with the required props and equipment. Most of the students showed their eagerness to display their skills either in group or solo performances. The presentation of self- composed poems, singing , dancing , narrating funny incidents, telling jokes, mimicry of film actors, T.V. stars and political leaders were the different activities performed by the students. As these activities were conducted with class IX and X together, there was a good competition and a true spirit of performance. However the best performers of the day were Vedant Gadhave –of IX [Dance] and Manish More of Class IX [Recitation of Self-composed poem] .This activity helped to bring out the hidden talent and sharpen their skills.

VII}CELEBRATIONS:

  1. INVESTITURE CEREMONY

On the fine morning of 8th July, 2016, deserving young talents of the School were bestowed with the responsibility of leading their School from the front with their commitment, confidence and competence.

The students were elected in a democratic manner by the house members of classes V to X. The students contested for the positions such as Head Boy, Head Girl, House Captain, Vice -Captain and Prefects. The contestants had been informed a week earlier about the elections so that they could campaign for their respective positions. On the day of the election, the contestants were given a chance to express their views on how they could bring about a positive change in the school environment.

The results of the elections were declared the next day. Master Vedant Gadhave of class IX and Miss Shruti Vikhe of class X got the honour of being the Head Boy and Head Girl of the school. Master Prasad Kale of class X and Miss Shrushti Gawade of class IX were honoured as the Sport Captains (Boy and Girl) of our school. The elected students were honoured with badges by the Principal Mrs. Swati Kharde. The students took oath and pledged to discharge their duties to the best of their abilities. The elected students were also congratulated by the House Masters and Mistresses and the Sports teachers. The elected members of the council expressed their sincere thanks to all those who gave their valuable votes and shared their plans for enriching the school environment through their speeches. 

Finally, the Principal congratulated and gave best wishes to the newly elected council members.

August

  1. INDEPENDENCE DAY

Little Flower School celebrated 70th Independence Day in a very grand manner in the presence of the Chief Guest Mrs. Nandini, the Joint Secretary of Dr. Vitthalrao Vikhe Patil, Foundation, and Pune. After unfurling the flag, the choir group presented national anthem and the patriotic songs in the most melodious manner and filled each heart with love for the country. The students of different houses like Emerald, Sapphire, Saffron and Ruby demonstrated unity, courage, harmony and faith through their march past. Mast. Atharva Misal of class X focused on the dedication and contribution of the freedom fighters and emphasized the need to keep patriotism ever glowing in each heart. Mast Ved Sapkal of class V highlighted current affairs and mentioned the areas in which the country needs improvement. The student from std. V. Mast Raj Kharde expressed his patriotic feelings by explaining moral duties of the citizens to develop the country. The yoga and pyramid demo, presented by LFS students were wonderful and outstanding.

The principal greeted the students, the staff and the parents on this occasion. The Chief Guest in her address appreciated the students’ performances and motivated them to become good citizens of the country. The programme came to an end with sweet distribution and Vande Mataram.

  1. FOUNDER’S DAY

Little Flower school celebrated ‘Founder’s day on 17th August, 2016 in a very grand manner. The school assembly was followed by the celebration in the gracious presence of the Chief Guest Dr. P.P. Kadu, a renowned professor in the Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth, Rahuri and the Guest of Honour Mr. Kishor Kharde , an agriculture expert of Kolhar. The programme began with lighting of the lamp and garlanding the portrait of Padmashri Dr.Vitthalrao Vikhe Patil. The Guest of honour spoke about the great work of Padmashri and modern farming technology. The Chief Guest, Mr. P.P Kadu explained the students how farming is an important profession and the scope of career in it. To make this day more memorable different activities were conducted for students of each class such as fancy dress, hand writing, role play, poster making, colour filling, drawing on farmers day , group discussion etc. Students enjoyed the activities a lot.

X}WORKSHOPS :

  1. XSEED TEACHERS TRAINING PROGRAMME

On 2nd June 2016 Little Flower School had organized Xseed Teachers’ Training Programme to introduce new version of Xseed books under the guidance of the resource person Mrs. Payal Mehta. She conducted the training in two sessions. In the first session she explained the difference between the previous and the new version of Xseed. She highlighted how the new edition can reduce the burden of teachers and students and how effectively it supports and facilitates the learning process. Further she guided and gave detail information about using manual and content book for effective teaching in the class. In the second session she explained how to prepare an academic planning for preprimary and primary section. As a feedback of the training program, she had asked the teachers to deliver micro teaching and motivated them. She concluded by explaining the way to follow Blue scale points for effective teaching.

In short, the training was very informative and useful for the teachers.

  1. ICT TRAINING

On 1st June 2016 the school had organised ICT and internet accessing training for the teachers under the guidance of our computer teacher Mrs. Sarika Aher .The main objectives of the work shop were to enable the teachers to create an email ID and open an account to enhance quick communication and sharing of information. She explained the procedure to open the mail account, write and send it. For practice everybody was asked to send a mail to the principal. All the school teachers showed great interest and enthusiasm in reaping the benefits of the same.

  1. C.C.E WORKSHOP CONDUCTED BY THE SECONDARY TEACHERS.

To enhance the understanding of CCE, the school had organized a one day workshop for all the teachers on 7th June 2016 between 8.30 a.m.to 5.00 p.m. It was conducted by the teachers of the secondary section in two sessions.

In the beginning of the first session Mrs. Sangita Sonawane introduced CCE with great interest. With the help of a power point presentation she focused on importance of CCE, the assessment patterns and the areas stated in the report card. She created interest among the teachers by conducting an activity on the areas covered. The subject teachers explained the co-scholastic subjects. Mr. Bajirao Gadhave highlighted the importance and objectives LSRW skills of language and explained them in detail. He also focused on the type of tools used to assess the linguistic skills, the assessment of speaking and listening with appropriate criteria for each of the activities and the board pattern of English question paper. The scholastic area of mathematics was covered by Mr. Kiran Dhage. He focused on how to generate interest in mathematics and develop mathematical skills among students by taking the support of different types of tools and techniques. Mr. Halim Shaikh gave a power point presentation to explain the type of tools and techniques that can be used in science to assess the development of scientific skills among the children. Mr. Kiran Wakole explained how social science is connected with all the subjects and the kind of assessments.

The second session began with the topics of co scholastic area. Mrs. Vaishali Vyavahare explained the ten life skills and stated their significance and how to maintain the supportive documents. Detail information of work education was given by Mr. Kiran Dhage. He even suggested suitable activities for Work education. Literary skills and attitudes and values were explained by Mr. Gadhave in detail. A Mr. Kiran Wakole Highlighted co-curricular activity in detail this was followed by Mr. Halim who presented P.P.T. on Health and physical education. As this training programme was interactive and based on the experience of the teachers, it helped to clarify the doubts and generate a good understanding of CCE. 

  1. WORK SHOP ON REPORT WRITING

On 26th June, 2016 a workshop on report writing was organized by Little Flower School to enhance the writing skills of its teachers. The resource person Mr. Gadhave Bajirao, the HOD of English department, guided the teachers very efficiently with the help of PPT. He explained the objectives and characteristics of writing a good report. He made the teachers realize the importance of ‘Wh’ questions’ in obtaining relevant information. He suggested important stages of report writing and gave tips to increase the quality level. He showed them samples of good reports and asked to verify the characteristics discussed. At the end of the workshop he solved the doubts & queries by giving proper solutions. Finally he motivated them to write a good report by suggesting a few topics. In short, it was a very informative, interactive and knowledgeable workshop.

XI} ADMISSIONS:

Admissions for the academic year were completed by the end of July, 2016 . 73 students are given admissions from KG to Std VIII and total strength for the academic year 2015-16 is 556.

Details of all new admissions are enclosed with Annexure I & Annexure II.

XII} TEACHERS DETAILS:

Teachers who have resigned at the end of the Academic year 2015-16 and new appointies for the Academic Year 2014-15 are as Annexure III

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