The Orientation Programme for the parents of the new Nursery and KG was held on 17.04.2014 in the Doris David Auditorium. The Headmistress, Mrs. Manju Rajput welcomed the parents of the new students into the RSJMS family and familiarized them with the vision and mission of the school. A detailed and interesting slide presentation provided the parents an insight into our teaching methodology and the activities that take place in the Savitri Pratap Singh block. The presentation also highlighted the values which we should inculcate in our children and the importance of the role parents play in a child’s overall development. The Nursery and KG faculty were introduced and the orientation kits were handed over to the parents.
Monthly Archives: April 2014
Orientation Programme For Parents Of The New Nursery & KG
The World Health Day
On the occasion of World Health Day, a special assembly was held for the students of P4 and P5 on 7th April . In sync with the WHO theme for the World Health Day 2014 - 'Vector Borne Diseases' Dr Madhur Gupta, Director Medicine, WHO India, was invited to educate students on the subject. Awareness was created on the spread, and prevention of life threatening diseases caused by vectors like mosquitoes,flies ,ticks ,fleas etc. Children were informed about the simple yet effective preventive measures that they could take to protect themselves and the importance of a clean environment in controlling these diseases. The talk and the audio visual presentation by Dr Gupta was informative and interesting.
Trip to Turkey
An educational trip to Turkey was organized for the students of P5 in the month of March. The globe trotters witnessed amazing sights of historical value and natural beauty while travelling through Izmir, the third largest city of the country. The students visited the ancient cities of Pergamon and Ephesus. They experienced the past grandeur of these cities through information provided by an able guide. Among other sites of the Roman and Byzantine Empire they also visited the healing centre at Asklepieion, the House of Virgin Mary at Ephesus and the IsaBey Mosque. The children enjoyed the visit to the two religious shrines and were curious to learn about their history. They witnessed a marvellous landform at-Pamukkale, which has been formed by the calcium carbonate present in the water of a hot spring and covers the hill entirely as if it is wrapped in cotton. In the beautiful city of Istanbul, the students saw the magnificent Ayasofya palace, the splendid Topkapi palace with its display of priceless jewels and the grand Dolmabache palace built during the Ottoman Empire. They also enjoyed a boat cruise on the Bosphorous River. Each place had a story of its own and the group came back well informed. Not only did the ancient history of one of the earliest civilization bowls of the world enrich the students, but they also gained experience and confidence through the trip. In order to share the knowledge acquired on the trip with fellow students, the group made a presentation on 7th May 2014 showcasing the beautiful places visited and sights seen by them.
Page 1 of 212