K.R.MANGALAM WORLD SCHOOL, GK II
PRE SCHOOL REPORT OCTOBER, 2015
VISIT: FOOD MART
DATE: 9TH OCTOBER, 2015
The Pre School children visited the Food Mart. The purpose was to familiarise the children with the different food items available at the Food Mart. The children learnt about different bakery products, spices, cereals, animal products, fruits and vegetables, which were available there. The teachers briefed the children about the importance of eating healthy food. Overall it was an informative visit for the children and teachers alike.
ACTIVITY: PUPPET SHOW (DUSSEHRA)
DATE: 19TH OCTOBER, 2015
Dussehra depicts the victory of good over evil.
Ramayana, the epic poem of India, was beautifully enacted by the teachers of Pre School for the children of Pre School, Pre Primary and Class I. Colourful and lively puppets were used to enact the story of Ramayana. The teachers enlightened the children with the teachings of the Ramayana and its relevance in our day to day life. The students enjoyed watching the puppet show. The act was also followed by a questionnaire round in which all children participated enthusiastically and gave correct answers. The young minds of K. R .Mangalam World School had a rich learning experience.
CLASS: PRE-SCHOOL E
DATE: 24TH SEPTEMBER, 2015
Pre-School E class assembly was held on 24th September 2015. The topic was “Who’s the happiest”. The children’s hard work was evident in their sparkling stage presence. They performed with confidence, dressed in beautiful costumes spoke their lines with expressions and danced beautifully. Our little ones exhibited good oratory and theatrical skills. It was a pleasure to watch them.
CLASS: PRE-SCHOOL F
DATE: 1ST OCTOBER, 2015
The class assembly of Pre School-F was held on 1st October, 2015. The theme of the assembly was “The Lime Tree”. It started with a welcome note followed with the chanting of Gayatri Mantra. The story depicted how greed brings only loss and grief. It was beautifully portrayed through a short play by the students, who came dressed in colourful costumes. The play imparted the moral that “One should not be greedy and to be satisfied by what we already have”.