Category Archives: Activites

Students of class Nursery enjoyed an interesting craft activity with letter J where in the children J for joker using colorful shape cut out of glitter sheets. It was a fun filled activity which helped the students to understand letter ‘J’ clearly.


Students of class Nursery participated in ‘Roll the dice’ activity in which children learnt letters and their sounds in an exciting way. Students were encouraged to roll the dice and tell the letter and its sound. This activity caught their attention and students participated with great enthusiasm. It was a new way of learning letters which involved the whole class.


Festivals are the best way to bring you closer to your family and friends.

Students of class Nursery participated in Roleplay activity on Festivals on December 6, 2019. The children brought pictures and plaque cards depicting various festivals and their importance. They spoke about their favorite festival and learnt many new facts about them.

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K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K. II staged an Annual Presentation and Exhibition showcasing a vibrant display of the theme ‘Oceans Divide Sports Unites’ by the students of Class IV and V portraying the importance of sports and unity in our lives. The day was celebrated with alacrity on Friday, November 29, 2019.

The exhibition was inaugurated by the eminent chief guest Mr. Ruchin Gupta, Additional Commissioner cum Director to the Government of India accompanied by the principal and the parents.

Doing something novel makes you unique. One step heading in uniqueness the students of Class V displayed an exhibition on the Project Based Learning topic ‘Sports’ in the school campus. The idea behind organizing such activity was to inculcate hands on experience among students, judge their ability in doing something new and improving their life skills through the values taught by the Sports . The exhibition focussed on ingraining a scientific and creative attitude in our young students. The exhibition provided a platform for students to display their knowledge, creativity, investigative skills and talent The exhibits were displayed on each stall where students displayed the models , charts, games, puzzles and enactments along with live game counters.

A special presentation was also conducted by the students of Class IV on the topic ‘Seven Continents’. The presentation began on an auspicious note by invoking the blessings of Goddess Saraswati with the lighting of the lamp. The audience was given a rousing welcome with a melodious song followed by the welcome address of the Principal, Dr. Sangeeta Arora. In her speech, the Principal emphasized on the vivid cultures, customs and traditions of the seven continents of the world. The young enthusiasts and vivacious students of KRM rejuvenated everyone with their energizing presentation and scintillating dance performances.

The exhibition was a fun and enriching experience which motivated the children to give their best and the presentation was a resplendent pageant of dance, drama and music. The musical element infused symphony and melody into the show and brought the entire amphitheatre to life.
The vote of thanks was proposed by the Incharge.
The event closed with Grand Finale celebrations by all the participants. It was indeed a spectacular display of talent and fervor.







“Originality is the essence of true scholarship. Creativity is the soul of the true scholar”, said Nnamdi Azikiwe. K.R. Managalam World School , Greater Kailash-II observed its Scholar Badge Ceremony on 30 November 2019, in the Amphitheatre for the students of classes IV, V, VI, VII and X of the 2018 batch, to celebrate and commend the consummate performances of the students. This not only instills a pride in the students for what they have already accomplished, but also ignites the desire to achieve more laudable feats.

At K.R. Mangalam World School, it is a convention to award Scholar badges to students of classes VI to X who secure 84% and above in their examinations. Scholar Badge and Ties are given to students who receive scholar badges for 7 consecutive years, in order to push their reserves and propel them to strive for more.

The ceremony began on an auspicious note by lighting the ceremonial lamp by the distinguished guests and dignitaries. The function was presided over by Ms. Chhaya Sharma, IPS, AGMUT cadre and recipient of the Asia Game Changer Award 2019, for her indomitable courage and aplomb in solving extremely sensitive criminal cases. The Vice Chairman, Examination Controller and Academic Advisors, were also present on the occasion. The principal Dr. Sangeeta Arora addressed the gathering to motivate the students and congratulate the proud parents on the auspicious event. This was followed by the scholar badge ceremony where the eager students were handed over their badges by the illustrious guests. The chief guest addressed the excited students with her stirring speech and real life anecdotes. She stressed upon the fact that with recognition comes responsibility and that each individual should be prepared to shoulder the mantle of excellence that he/she has chosen. The ceremony concluded on a patriotic note with a soulful rendition of the National Anthem.





















K. R Mangalam World School, G. K-2 believes in depicting diversity, colour and spontaneity of Indian culture. Keeping this in mind, the students of kindergarten enjoyed making a beautiful Madhubani Painting with different geometrical designs using colourful sketch pens. It helped in enhancing their creative skills and it was a fun filled activity for them.

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Class Nursery students participated in “Number Tower” activity in which colorful blocks with numbers written on them were scattered. Students were encouraged to pick blocks one by one from number 1 to 10 and build a number tower. It was an exciting activity for them as they waited for their turn eagerly to place the number blocks. This activity reinforced sequence counting in children through a play way manner.


“I found I could say things with shapes that I couldn’t say anyway”

Students of class nursery participated in “Shape Box” activity in which students were given boxes full of different shapes. Children created different objects and patterns using shapes.They were fully engrossed in the activity and enjoyed it to the fullest . This activity enhanced their imaginative skills and helped them to experiment with various colourful shapes.






Our Golden Sun K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K-2 believes in celebrating festivals with joy and enthusiasm keeping this in mind the students of Kindergarten enjoyed a fun filled activity of making the ‘Sun’ in various ways to celebrate ‘ Chhath Pooja’ , Bihar’s biggest festival to thank the ‘Sun’ God for bestowing the bounties of life on earth. It is also based on Project Based Learning wherein students learn by doing.

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