Our 6th standard children had a small program to observe The International Day of Sign Languages. Children came prepared with simple sign language symbols and showed the audience what they meant. The school celebrated this day to help the children learn more about this medium of communication. The United Nations says ‘The International Day of Sign Languages is an unique opportunity to support and protect the linguistic identity and cultural diversity of all deaf people and other sign language users.’
We held a virtual Independence Day celebration over our digital platform. Children sang patriotic songs, gave speeches and some gave an instrumental performances. As the Tokyo Olympics were going on, children spoke about sportsmen and athletes who brought laurels to our country in previous Olympic Games.
The Dharwad Regional Science Centre located on the campus of Karnatak University organised a drawing competition to celebrate World Ozone Day on 22nd September 2021. Five students attended the competition to participate from our school. More than 20 local schools took part in the competition. Vaibhavi Kotalli, studying in 10th std, won the second place at the event. Dr. Sanjeev Kulkarni was the chief guest and he awarded the prizes.
Our 9th standard children were exposed to the world of electronics by using breadboards with various sensors, programming Arduino boards, 3D printing, and basic robotic kits. They rigged up circuits and learnt the fundamentals of programming a chip. It was good fun for the children which kindled the spirit of curiosity in them.
Learning to code teaches children how to think. Computer programming isn’t just about teaching how to type lines of code. It is more about teaching children how to think differently. Children learn not only logical thinking skills but visualization techniques. Along with these two important skills, coding requires that a child develops holistic thinking before conceptualizing a code.
चौदह सितंबर उन्नीस सौ उनचास (1949) को तब हुआ था , जब भारत की संविधान सभा ने हिंदी को भारत की अधिकारीक भाषा या राज्य भाषा के तौर पर अपनाया था।उन्नीस सौ तिरपन ( 1953) में राष्ट्रभाषा प्रचार समिति वर्धा के अनुरोध पर चौदह सितंबर को हर साल हिंदी दिवस के रुप में मनाये जाने लगे ।
इसी तौर पर हमारे पाठशाला में भी चौदह सितंबर दो हजार इक्कीस (2021) को हिंदी दिवस बहुत धूमधाम से मनाया गया। हिंदी दिवस के प्रयुक्त सभी कक्षा के छात्रों को अलग-अलग तरह की गतिविधियां दिए थे । उसमें सभी बच्चे भाग लिए थे। नवी कक्षा के बच्चों ने अपने प्रार्थना गीत से इस समारोह को प्रारंभ किया।दसवीं कक्षा के बच्चों ने अपने स्वागत गीत से अतिथियों का स्वागत किया। नवीं कक्षा के छात्र चिरंत कुंबार अपनी भाषण से हिंदी का महत्व और इसे क्यों मनाये इसके बारें में कहां और कुमारी रूचिता गठनठ्ठी,कुमार विजय उल्लिगेरी ने शायरी सुनाए ।दसवीं कक्षा के छात्रों ने” ईमानदारों के सम्मेलन “नाटक के द्वारा बेईमानी से दूर रहने का सचेत कराया। इस समारोह के मुख्य अतिथि प्राथमिक पाठशाला के प्रधान अध्यापक श्री मंजुनाथ हुगार जी ने हिंदी दिवस के महत्व के बारें में छात्रों को समझाया और अंत में सभी को धन्यवाद कहते हुए इस समारोह को समाप्त किया गया ।
Mr. Milind Kabbur and Miss. Shreyasi Patil conducted a four day workshop for a selected few children from 9th and 10th std to start the ‘Maathu – Kathe’ Language club at our school. The main aim of the club is to help the children improve not only in the way they communicate but also their critical thinking skills. This club is run by the children themselves based on their interests and initiative.
It was time to bid farewell to the outgoing batch of 2021. The school held a small event so that all the outgoing children and teachers could get together for one last time.Many children reminisced about the wonderful days spent in the classroom, on the fields, on excursions and above amongst themselves.
Anjali Dixit spoke about how the school gave her an opportunity to participate in many events and instilled the value of participation more than winning prizes. Anushka Mahendrakar, Rohit Guddin, Sumit Sankoji, Veeresh Kavalur, Pannaghashayana Kulkarni and Yash Patil all spoke from their hearts. There was a small musical program to bring a lighter touch to the event. Lingaraj Ayatti and Maitri Joshi sang two beautiful songs. Vaibhavi Hiremath gave a solo Tabla performance. The teachers too gave some advice to the children. The program concluded with the chief guest Shree Manjunath Hugar giving his remarks. He emphasized that each of the outgoing children should make their parents proud and strive to work hard.
The evening concluded with all the children and teachers spending time and taking pics with each other. The school wishes this lot the best as they strive to reach their goals in the future.
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