February 2019 Events
The official ceremony of conferring titles and investing powers to the members of the school council was organized at the investiture ceremony at Little Flower School on 1st Feb 2019. The event began with giving ceremonial welcome to the chief guest the school principal Mrs. Swati Kharde. The school council members were conferred upon batches by the Chief Guest and flags were handing over the responsibility to the new office bearers . The principal administered the oath to the leaders. She also addressed the leaders by asking them to be good leaders , shouldering responsibility efficiently. She enlightened them by stating that they have to be the role model to the peer group and set the standards high to their junior to follow. The newly elected head girl delivered the speech promising to abiding the qualities of a true leader and keeping the standard of Little Flower School high.
FAREWELL TO CLASS X:
“I cannot say goodbye to those whom I have grown to love, for the memories we have made will last a lifetime and will never know a goodbye.”
The farewell to class X was organized by the teachers and students of class IX on 2nd February 2019 in the multipurpose hall. The function began at 11 am with recitation of a prayer.4 students delivered speeches .There speeches were heart touching .Many students could not help shedding tears. They expressed their love and gratitude to the school and teachers. Next the teachers wished the students welfare and advised them to prepare themselves to serve the nation in future. Some parents addressed in the students and thanked school for the care and welfare of their wards. The highlight of the programme was o power point presentation which threw fun and added life to the programme.
The Little Flower School, Loni organized Annual School Exhibition in its campus here on 2nd March 2019. The exhibition was inaugurated by Honorable Ashok Vikhe Patil sir and Mrs. Nandini. The purpose of the exhibition is to ingrain in students a scientific & creative attitude and to make them comprehend the interdependence of science, technology and society with hands-on experience. The exhibition seeks to engage students and teachers to synergize experience and motivate each other to design & develop something novel.
The students of std II to IX exhibited their work done through the year in various subjects like Science, Social Science, Mathematics, English, Hindi, Marathi, and Art. The student’s ideas and efforts were outstanding. The students displayed their work in their respective classes.
Some amazing Science projects were put up by the students and the confidence they exuded while demonstrating spoke volumes of the hard work put in by the teachers, students and their parents.
Science section saw various working models on Water Harvesting, Homemade projector, Solar Energy, Telescope, Potato Battery, Periscope and many more.
Math Section saw various displays of innovative charts and some models on symmetry, bar graphs, 3-D Shapes Appropriate measurement, Flat and solid shapes, quiz. There were various interesting Math games on display which saw wholehearted participation from the parents, teachers, students.
Social Science Section had some beautiful models of Budgets, Layers of atmosphere, Law and Social Justice, Fundamental Rights, manuscripts, volcanoes and monuments.
Language section was also made interesting with some Word Maze games and children’s research work on display. There was some amazing art work also on display including sketches, paintings and plethora of craft work done by the students. These exhibits were attractive and colorful for they had been prepared and designed well by the students with the guidance from their parents and teachers.
Each class had its unique essence of flavor which contributed in making the exhibition a great success. The exhibition got a good response and was appreciated by the parents who visited.
“Unity in diversity” – these are not just words, but something that are highly applicable to a country like India that is incredibly rich in culture and heritage. Aimed at showcasing a plethora of interesting and varied subjects from culture and tradition to the environment, science, and technology, Little flower school organized Pre-Primary Exhibition on February 16, 2018 in which students participate with vigour and enthusiasm. The chief guest Mrs. Prabhatai Ghogare inaugurated the exhibition. The theme for the Exhibition was Incredible India. All the maps of 29 states of India were drawn on the floor and label of great personalities, Crops, monuments of that particular state were also highlighted by our teachers team. The tiny tots of nursery to class I explained each and every state with confidence and fluency. The students had pursued to prove excellence and were now examples for others. Besides being the pride of their School.
The Chief Guest was truly impressed with the creativity of the students of the Pre-Primary section. Students of other schools with their teachers visited the exhibition. The parents too appreciated the efforts of the students and teachers. All in all the exhibition gave a bird’s eye view of the creativity of our students.
VISIT TO GMRT
Industrial visit was carried out at GMRT on 28 th February, 2019 for the Students of class VIII. The main objective behind the visit was to make the students aware about how the antennas work and how do they play a major role in our lives. The site for GMRT, about 10 km east of Narayangaon town on the Pune-Nasik highway, was selected considering criteria such as low man-made radio noise, availability of good communication, vicinity of industrial, educational and other infrastructure and, a geographical latitude sufficiently north of the geomagnetic equator in order to have a reasonably quiet ionosphere and yet be able to observe a good part of the southern sky as well. After reaching ,students were guided by the staff member towards one of the big antennas. It was great to know that GMRT consists of 30 fully steerable gigantic parabolic dishes of 45m diameter each spread over distances of up to 25 km. After introduction all students were shown the big antenna and were told about how it works and were guided about its various functionalities. The metre wavelength part of the radio spectrum has been particularly chosen for study with GMRT because man-made radio interference is considerably lower in this part of the spectrum in India. Fourteen of the thirty dishes are located more or less randomly in a compact central array in a region of about 1 sq km.
The visit concluded with an interactive session for the students, where they got an opportunity to interact with the concerned authorities and gain more knowledge. GMRT is one of the most challenging experimental programmes in basic sciences undertaken by Indian scientists and engineers. Students should get aware of this station. They should know the working of this station. On 28th February GMRT celebrates science day and they organize project exhibition. So our students came across different project and get inspired to design and develop different projects are some of the objectives behind this field visit.