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The Dancing Hues- IDS CULMINATION FOR CLASS KG ANDCLASS I
“Dancing surely is the most basic and relevant of all forms of expression.”- Lyall Watson
The students of Class KG and Class I of K.R Mangalam World School, G.K-2 enthusiastically presented the very first virtual IDS culmination. The presentation began with the auspicious Diya lightingceremony.The students melodiously sang a welcome song which was followed by the welcome address given by the Principal, DrSangeeta Arora . Memorable moments and hard work done by the students and teachers was shared in theJourney so far. The students also presented an enthralling Ganesh Vandanawherein each movement expressed volumes.The function was presided over by the Chief Guest MsKiran Segal , a famous Indian classical dancer and a Padma Shri awardee. The presentation was attended by MrsNeha Gupta and MrSachin Gupta, members of management K.R.M Group of schools.

Our tiny narrators of Class KG and Class 1 presented and spoke wonderfully about their allocated countries- Spain, Germany and India. The Dancing Hues started off with the students giving a brief introduction about the location, culture, tradition, costumes,accessories, dance and native food of the given countries. The students also explained the different dance forms of these countries. Our young presenters left no stone unturned in dances as well. They tapped their feet on “Flamenco” and “Pasodoble” ,the most famous Spanish dances,and “Waltz” and “Schuhplattler “ ,famous German dances.The participants dressed in colourful costumes and gave an enthralling performance on the dances of India — the very popular Bhangra dance from Punjab, Ghoomar dance from Rajasthan, Dandiya dance from Gujarat, Kathak dance from Uttar Pradesh, Odissi dance from Odisha and Bharatnatyam dance from Tamil Nadu .

The Dancing Hues endedwith a peek behind the presentation with Glimpseswherein all the students showcased their work on the allocated countries.The vote of thanks was proposed by MsSanyaGupta,the Pre Primary Incharge . It was a morning of pride to watch our young students narrating, acting, dancing , presenting and explaining like fountainheads of knowledge . The entire program was very joyful, vibrant and colourful and proved vital for the students in understanding the cultural diversity of different countries. It was indeed an enthralling culmination which not only ignited the student’s mind but also helped them to acquire proficiency about different dance forms of various countries.

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In the present time when life has come almost to a standstill, our school is doing its best to provide an opportunity to its students to showcase their talent by taking part in a number of Inter School competitions.

Several students participated in the Bal Bharati Annual Inter School Event ‘Zenith’ and won many laurels for the school.

Armaan Tokas of 9D won the first position in Hackathon.

Ryan Sengupta & Saanvi Jain of Class 10B bagged the first position in the Math-o-Comic , a mathematical event which had to be showcased through animations

Rishika Sharma & Saloni Bansal of class 11A won the 3rd position in Symphony in which they had to compose a psychological jingle.

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THE PALATE FEST- ISA CULMINATION FOR CLASSES II & III

Tuesday, October 27, 2020

 “To be interested in the changing seasons is a happier state of mind than to be hopelessly in love with spring.”  George Santayana

The students of class II & III of K.R. Mangalam World School, GK-2 enthusiastically presented the very first virtual ‘ISA Culmination’the solemn presentation began with the seeking of the invincible Almighty and also with the auspicious Diya lighting ceremony.  The students sang a Welcome song melodiously which was indeed extremely mesmerizing. This was followed with the Welcome address bythe Principal, Dr. Sangeeta Arora and was further followed by “Journey of school” which encompassed and highlighted all memorable memories and hard work done by the students and teachers. The students also presented an enthralling Ganesh Vandana Dance where in each movement expressed a word. The function was presided over by the chief guest Mr. Romit Manchanda who is a senior head chef at Hilton, Istanbul. Mr. Abhishek Gupta and Mrs. Puja Gupta, member of management, K.R.M Group of Schools.

Our tiny narrators of class II and III presented and spoke such wonderfully about their allocated countries. The first country was Mexico, second Japan and third India. The fiesta started off with the students giving a brief introduction about the location, culture, cuisine, traditions, clothes worn, geographical area covered, dance and native food. The students also explained the nutritive value, calorific value and also presented show n tell. The young angels coordinated with everything so charmingly via our virtual mode. Our young presenters left no stone unturned through dance as well. For Mexico they tapped their feet on “Maria Pitache”, for Japan it was the world famous “Japanese Fan Dance” and for India it was the very popular “Ghoomar” that was presented exquisitely during the presentation.

The GRAND FINALE comprised of the Master Chef-Festival De Comida, wherein the students updated everyone withthe dishes that had been appreciated by one and all. It started off with Mexican starter followed by Indian main course and concluded at Japanese desert. The fiesta ended by the Vote of Thanks by Ms. Sanya Gupta, Pre-Primary Incharge and was followed by Glimpses and a Grand finale song.

It was a feast to eyes to watch our beloved budding kids acting and presenting like fountainheads of knowledge expounding about various cuisines even at this difficult scenario. The entire program stimulated their imagination and proved vital for the students in understanding cultural diversity of the different cuisines. It was indeed an enthralling culmination which not only ignited their mind, but also helped in acquiring proficiency about famous cuisines of various countries.

Please find attached the below YouTube link to watch the entire program.

Scholar Badge Ceremony 2020

Envisaging opportunities, being steadfast, establishing an unwavering focus and nurturing belief in one’s potential has been a forte for the students of K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K-II. Keeping up the eminence and splendor, the school observed its first ever Online Live Scholar Badge Ceremony on October 16, 2020 to felicitate a multitude of meritorious scholars of classes IV to XI who achieved excellence in academics for the session 2019 & 20. 

The solemn ceremony commenced on an auspicious note by invoking the blessings of the invincible Almighty with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp,spreading the light of knowledge all around. This was followed by the welcome song where the students presented a soulful rendition in praise of the deity to help sanctify and cleanse our souls. The function was presided over by the Chief Guest of the day Shri Ashok Kumar Mehta, Chief Commissioner, Central GST, Vadodara, Shri S.L Bansal, Director of KRM Group of Schools, Mr. Abhishek Gupta and Mrs. Puja Gupta, members of management, K.R.M Group of Schools. The Principal, Dr. Sangeeta Arora formally welcomed the distinguished guest and the august gathering. She congratulated the students for their commendable feat in academics and emphasizedon the need to be indomitable and focused, which would facilitate them in fulfilling their aspiration. Instilling confidence in them she encouraged them to carry forward the progressive values, keeping the banner of K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K- II flyhigh. As the Scholar Badge Ceremony progressed, Susree Mohanty enthralled everyone with her perfect classical dance moves and Aarna Bhura beautifully performed a ballet, in rhythm and style. The Chief Guest Shri. Ashok Kumar Mehta congratulated the scholars for their stupendous performance and emphasized upon the fact that with acknowledgment comes accountability and one should shoulder the mantle of excellence that he/she has chosen. This was followed by the felicitation ceremony wherein the meritorious students of classes VI to XI receivedBadges and certificates of excellence as Scholars, Super Scholars, the Commendable and the Appreciable, for the session 2019 & 20.

It was indeed a proud moment for the parents of the young scholars seeing their wards receiving thehonours. The ceremony culminated with the vote of thanks by Ms. Ritu Sachdeva, the Senior School Incharge.

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Grandparents are the precious gem in the centre of the household. There is no one quite as special and no one quite as wise.”

What children need most are the essentials that grandparents provide in abundance. They shower us with unconditional love, kindness, patience, humour, comfort and through their experience teach us important lessons in life.

To celebrate their importance and cherish their love, K.R. Mangalam World School, GK- II organised -Grandparents Dayon Saturday, 12 September 2020.

The virtual Grandparents Day was thoroughly enjoyed by the grandparents, parents and the students. Kids danced to the tune of ‘Itni Si Hasi’ and handcrafted beautiful bouquets for their grandparents. They also gifted saplings and gratitude jars which had handwritten notes from the children, to their most loved grandparents. The grandparents relived their childhood with their grandchildren.

The parents and grandparents were delighted and appreciated the efforts that were put in by the school & the teachers. The grandparents were overwhelmed to see their grandchildren dedicate a day for them in the sweetest possible manner- singing, dancing and celebrating with joy.

Take this day as an opportunity to delight

The Students of class III of K.R Mangalam World School, G.K-II undertook the nest building challenge as part of the experiential learning. The students made nests after observing a few real nests in their surroundings and watching a power point on nests of various types , as shown by the science teacher. They took particular care to follow the challenge rules – using only found, natural materials, no usage of fevicol, cello tapes etc. and following more or less the same pattern ,as birds do , in building their nests .

Creative and engineering skills in building a bird home were honed to their best !!

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REPORT on Hands-on Activity-Class IV-Work, Force & Energy, 2020-2021

Students of class IV of K.R Mangalam World School, G.K-II studied and understood the chapter on Work, Force & Energy and performed a simple and informative activity, online as part of experiential learning.

The students kept ready in their online science class – materials like dough, rubber band and a cut lemon. They were already taught by the teacher , that forces can not only stop or move objects , but also change the shape of certain objects , when applied properly.

They applied the force of their muscles , by pressing the dough , stretcching the rubber band and squeezing the cut lemon. The changed shape of the dough and the rubber band and the extracted juice , was visible to all, hence proving that force can change
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Assembly by IX-D on Quit India Movement

The students of class IX-D of K.R Mangalam World School, G.K-II conducted the class assembly on August 5, 2020 on the topic ‘Gnadhiji’s Quit India Movement’. The assembly was graced by the presence of the Principal Dr. Sangeeta Arora. The morning assembly began on a pious note with the prayer. Students commenced the assembly by updating the audience with current news, the weather report and the thought for the day. The students enhanced the knowledge of vocabulary both in Hindi and English.

The Students also talked about the significance of ‘Quit India Movement’. Prajual Sonic presented an article reminding everyone the sacrifices made by the great freedom fighters and made everyone take a pledge that we would serve our motherland, India with heart, body, and soul to bring it glory and laurels with our dignified deeds. Harshil Ahuja touched everyone’s heart with a patriotic piece of instrumental music which indeed left a soothing impact on everyone’s mind and heart.

The assembly culminated with the motivational words by the principal, Dr. Sangeeta Arora.

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