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Coffee Morning By Grade 1

The coffee morning was organized for the parents of the students of Grade I A and B on Saturday 16/2/2019. The coffee morning is a unique way to present the inquiry cycle by students. Students display their knowledge and understanding about the content on a platform where parents and facilitators are the audience. The event is a great opportunity for the parents to get an insight into the learning process of their children.

 

At the onset, parents were shown a parent movie of School Cinema. Academic Administrator, Pre-Primary Ms. Rupa Sur welcomed the gathering and stressed how important it is to fulfill one’s childhood dream.  She also spoke about the importance of coffee morning. HRT of Grade I A, Ms. Mita Das spoke about the holistic development of the child through 3C curriculum. The students showcased their learning under Inquiry Module in the form of display as well as dynamic presentations.

The presentation was based on the topic “plants’ and it included various activities like quiz, mind map on food and non-food products. The presentation highlighted the importance of plants in our lives to secure our future. Students performed skits from the English reader book “The Joy of Giving” and School cinema “The Grumpy Tree”. They also performed a song and dance based on “Save Trees” in Kannada.

The presentation of the inquiry module was done using the power point presentation as a tool. Students spoke about the topic and activity they have done during the inquiry cycle. They took initiative to motivate and guide people to save our Mother Earth by saving plants and by respecting everyone.

The parents were enthralled and dazzled to see their little ones’ performance. The parents were requested to provide feedback in the form of rubrics. Overall, the feedback received for the entire program was excellent.

 

 

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