REPORT OF CLASS ASSEMBLY-10E & 10F
“Everything comes to us that belongs to us if we create the capacity to receive it.”
The highest education is that which does not merely give us information but makes our life in harmony with all existence. Celebrating the 159thbirth anniversary of Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore, the students of class 10E and 10F conducted their class assembly on 8May 2019. The assembly commenced with the latest news updates, the word of the week and the thought of the day. Shri Rabindranath Tagore dreamt of a heaven of freedom on Earth, thought of failures to be stepping stones towards success and encouraged the people to experiment, innovate and persuaded everyone to always speak the truth. The students of Class 10E and 10F beautifully presented a short skit show-casing glimpses of his life. A feeling of patriotic fervour engulfed the atmosphere as Nitya and Manya of Class 10F recited Tagore’s poem ‘Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high’. This was followed by the students connecting directly with the audience where they shared a few important facts about his life.‘If there is no response from anyone and no one comes forward to your call, then you proceed alone, move alone, march forward alone’. At the time of a historic juncture of India’s freedom movement Shri Rabindranath Tagore had penned ‘Ekla Cholo Re’. Keeping up with the theme the students of Class 10E and 10F melodiously presented the song of the ‘Bard of Bengal’.The assembly culminated with the rendition of the national anthem.
REPORT ON EXTRA CURRICULAR CLUB ACTIVITIES
CLASSES VI- VIII
Thursday, May 9,2019
“Teach me, and I will forget. Show me, and I might remember. Involve me, and I will never forget.”
Extra-curricular activities allows children to grow. They stimulate them with new ideas and new ways of thinking. They give her a sense of accomplishment and build their confidence. It also teaches them teamwork. These are some of the excellent lessons which students need to learn to become a successful adult. With this in mind, K.R. Mangalam School is giving students the platform to explore their hidden talent by taking up a club activity of their choice. This week’s club activities were enjoyed by children thoroughly as they learned many new skills and were exposed to various invigorating activities. A sneak peek into today’s activities:
State Art Club
Students judged the state of plants in every section and decided the winner of every class. Students also dug pits for composting. 7-8 pits were dug and dry leaves collected were put. Few pits have been made ready for future exercises.
Students learned how to write a book review. They also started making their dictionary.
INTER- HOUSE POSTER MAKING COMPETITION
The World of imagination is boundless.
K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K-II had organized an Inter-House Poster Making Competition for the students of the Class VI on 3 May 2019. The objective of the competition was to ignite the fire of imagination and creativity in the students. The theme of the competition was ‘Save Environment’ or ‘Our Mother Earth’. Students were asked to express their ideas through paintings and sketches.The young learners displayed their artistic skills through an array of posters Students of all the four houses participated in the competition with immense zeal and enthusiasm and made beautiful posters which gave the message of saving our mother Earth and providing a greener environment to our future generations. It was a great opportunity to watch these young minds creating and displaying their ideas on paper. The students thoroughly enjoyed the activity.
Sapphire House bagged the first position followed by Topaz House in the second place and the third position was secured by Emerald House.
RANGOLI MAKING COMPETITION
Imagination is the spark that ignites the fire of creativity.
Rangoli is a traditional form that brightens up an occasion and is believed to be harbinger of good luck. Beautiful patterns are created on the floor using coloured rice, flowers, coloured sand or paints. Keeping up with this thought,the talent and creativity of the students was well brought out in an Inter-House Competition organized on 3 May 2019, for the students of the Senior School at K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K-II. The competition was held in two categories. In Category I (VII & VIII) the students of all the four houses made colourful Rangoli patterns. The theme for the competition was ‘Incredible India’ or ‘Environmental Pollution’. In Category II (IX & XI) the students of all the four houses made beautiful and creative Rangoli patterns on the theme ‘Save the Girl Child’ or ‘Save Water’. The students put their best foot forward and took part in the competition with zest. Innovation and creation are the words that best describes their efforts.
In category 1 (VII &VIII) Topaz House bagged the first position followed by Emerald House in the second place and the third position was secured by Sapphire House.
In category II (IX & XI) Emerald House secured the first position followed by Topaz House in the second place and Ruby House got the third position.
REPORT ON INTER-HOUSE SOLO SONG COMPETITION
Music binds our soul, hearts and emotions. It cheers the spirit and lightens the heart. To bring out the singing talents of students, an Inter-House Solo Song Competition was organized by K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K-II for the students of class VI on 3rd of May 2019. The theme for the competition was Western Song. The eight participants from the four houses put forth their enthralling performance. The children sang the songs with confidence and passion. The mellifluous songs pulled the heartstrings of the audience. Emerald House bagged the first position for the melodious rendition of “We shall overcome”.
Science activities were conducted in class 6 and 7 ,the students penned down their observations about sprouts. They observed the specimens of pitcher plant, legumes of pea and parasitic plant cuscuta (amarbel).
CLASS X RESULT (2018 – 19)
TOTAL NUMBER OF STUDENTS APPEARED- 163
100 PERCENTAGE PASS RESULT
SUMANTRA GANGULY – 97.2%
MANYA SINGH – 96.4%
NANDINI HANDA – 96.2%
AKSHAT PATHAK – 96.2%
YUVRAJ JAIN – 96.2%
100 in FOUNDATION OF INFORMATON TECHNOLOGY : 8 STUDENTS
100 in SCIENCE : 3 STUDENTS
100 in MATH : 4 STUDENTS
|90% and Above||59|
|75% – 89.9%||81|
|60- 74.9 %||21|
|45 – 59.9 %||02|
TOTAL FIRST DIVISIONS : 161
TOTAL NO. OF STUDENTS WITH DISTINCTION : 140
K.R. Mangalam World School,G.K. II is proud to announce that Rujul Arora of class 10B has made it to the finals of the 4th Korea-India Friendship Quiz Competition 2019. He has also received a sum of 2000 rupees as a gift from the organization for his exemplary performance in the competition.
Students of K.R. Mangalam World School, Greater Kailash II learnt the importance of voting through Student Council Elections. The students cast their votes and gave their contribution in electing members of the student council of class XII.