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PreSchool Orientation
Date:28th March, 2016
Venue: Multi Purpose Hall

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One of the most important challenges of the school is to orient and enlighten the new set of parents of Pre School who came to the school with aspirations and dreams for their child.

  • A well structured programme was conceived for the session 2016-17.
  • The orientation program for the parent’s encapsulated mesmerizing performances ranging from Show n Tell and Role Play by Pre Primary which encouraged a prolonged appreciation from the audiences.
  • The show reflected the enthusiasm and confidence of our tiny wonders.
  • A power point presentation enlightens parents about the objectives and philosophy of the school.
  • It emphasized that provision of an optimal atmosphere and giving individual attention to each child ensures that every child grows and progresses to the best of his/her potential.
  • The presentation elucidated the activities that are undertaken to develop the motor skills and eye hand coordination. The curriculum emphasized on Motor Skills, Reading Skills, Language Skills and Numbers, Shapes and Pattern Work.  PreSchool Orientation report_2

The Principal Mr. Anand Swaroop shared his vision with the new members of our KRM family. At K.R. Mangalam World School efforts are made by the teachers and opportunities are given to children to excel in every field. Mrs. Baljit Kaur, the academic coordinator, spoke eloquently about the school and faculty that assuaged the doubts of the new parents.


The programme ended with a rousing rendition of National Anthem.

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Class Pre-Primary
Date: Friday 24 August 2018

The students of Pre Primary visited the Iskcon Temple which is dedicated to Lord Krishna. They did parikrama of the temple and were excited to see the paintings depicting scenes from Lord Krishna’s life. Students also chanted Hare Rama Hare Krishna with great zeal and enthusiasm. The little ones visited the Hare Ram Museum, where they were fascinated by the idols of Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva. The educational excursion was a great learning  experiences for them.Visit to Iskcon Temple


Young, literature enthusiasts of K.R. Mangalam World School, GK-II, joyfully and with full zeal celebrated ‘ELOQUENCE’, its maiden inter-school literary event which brought to life various characters from literary texts across the gamut of English literature. The theme for this year’s literary competition was ‘Bringing Humour to Life’ and the event witnessed cheerful and active participation from more than 25 leading schools across Delhi and the N.C.R.

The event opened with an interesting twist to the original characters and innovative dialogue delivery bringing alive by Senior School Students with their mystical powers, the famous works of literature into real life, leaving the audience mesmerized and spellbound. As Nelson Mandela said, “If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his own language, it goes to his heart”.

In her inaugural address, the Principal, MS. SANGEETA ARORA, brought to the fore the school’s consistent efforts at broadening the students horizons and moulding them as students of a global world. The song “never say never” left the audience foot tapping and singing to the tune.

The three competitive categories ‘Tramedy’ , ‘ Tryst with Shakespeare’ and ‘Hot Pursuit’ brought forth the creativity and imagination of the students. While ‘Tramedy’ and Tryst with Shakespeare required the participants to use their oratory skills to deliver a tragic speech of any character from English Plays in a comic / humorous Bollywood style. ‘Hot Pursuit’ was a vociferous delivery to reinterpret the title of a famous English Play/Poem/Novel in a sensational comic manner. The events conducted were aimed at inculcating positive values within the students and lead to a holistic development of their personalities.

The esteemed panel of judges included eminent persona from Literature Field.

The judges were highly appreciative of the event and commended the plethora of talent that they got to see on one platform. They were extremely effusive about the originality, confidence and creativity on display. The Overall trophy was bagged by DPS, Noida.

The Vote of Thanks was delivered by the Senior School Coordinator Ms Ritu Sachdeva who expressed gratitude to the esteemed judges for taking time out of their busy schedule to motivate the students.Eloquence (2)

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The students of Class Pre Primary D Presented the Morning Assembly on the fairy tale “ The Sleeping Beauty”.

The Assembly started with the greetings in five different languages. Students came dressed in colourful costumes and enacted with zeal. They were excited to perform their dream world of fairy tale and enacted the same with confidence.

Students showcased their talent through creative expressions, actions and spectacular dancing skills in Fairy Dance and Ball Dance.

Class Assembly Report


Class: Pre Primary

Day and Date: Monday, 13 August 2018

Teej festival is a yearly celebration that marks the advent of monsoons or sawan. It is also called the festival of swings. Teej festival is associated with Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. The festival of Teej is synonymous with mehndi adorned palms, flowers, bangles, bandhani dupattas and mouth watering ghevar. Young girls and married women wear traditional attire and get together in the evening to sing and dance.

Students of Pre- Primary celebrated the festival of Teej with great enthusiasm. The children came dressed in traditional clothes. A Teej Mela was set up in the school courtyard with different stalls . Children displayed sweets, bangles, jewellery, handicrafts and flowers. They were very excited and keen to apply heena on their hands and play on the swings. The event was a grand success and a learning experience for our students.


The third language week was held in the 2nd week of May 2018 (7 May – 11 May’18) with 100% participation from Classes V to X. Different activities were organized at each level where students garnered a lot of skill and it was a learning based fun experience for them.


Two days Python Workshop for all KRM computer teachers was organized on 25th-26th June 2018 on “UNRAVELLING PYTHON” at KRM G.K-II. It was organized by Dr. Ashok Arora for Professional Development of Educators (CPDE). Ms Gurpreet Kaur from GD Goenka, Vasant Kunj was the resource person for the workshop.

The teachers were given hands-on experience which made the workshop interesting. It was content specific which will make it easier for the teachers to incorporate Python in the next academic session. Overall it was a well-planned and executed in specified time. We look forward to many more such informative workshops.

Unravelling Python

DATE – 6 AUGUST 2018

SPEAKER : Tanushree Sangma is an Expressive Art Based Therapist and Counselling Psychologist at Fortis Hospital,Vasant Kunj. She has done her Masters in Psychology from University of Delhi and holds a CID- UNESCO Certification in Dance & Movement Therapy. She has conducted workshops for school students and trainees using creative art based methods. She holds interest in working with school students and groups on issues around emotional and psychological well being.  

The workshop started with a general appraisal of the students , their well being and student life. She interacted with them and asked them regarding what they knew about bullying and discussed that always 3 people are involved in bullying- bully, victim and bystander. Then types of bullying were being discussed- physical, verbal, cyber and social relational bullying and how it affects the mindset of students in different ways. Then the places were being discussed where bullying takes place i.e. bus, corridors, classroom. She talked to them and asked them to stand for themselves and learn to say NO. She asked them to form an Anti Bullying Squad in their classroom and start working for it . Later she told them who to ask for help when in such situation and also asked the students to be a buddy instead of bully. 

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Visit To The Traffic Park

DAY&DATE: Friday, 3 August,2018.

The school organized an excursion to The Traffic Park located at Baba Kharak Singh Marg, Connaught Place on Friday, 3 August,2018. The students had joyful time learning about the traffic rules. An interesting interactive session was organized by the Traffic Personnel. The Traffic Park is equipped with traffic signals, road signs, small roads and road crossings and thus the children enjoyed learning about the various aspects of road safety in a play way method. They also watched a short film about the safety measures to be adopted by the citizens to keep themselves and others safe on the roads. Our Pre-Schoolers came back much wiser and alert about day to day

Visit To The Traffic Park

Deutsch Jamboree – German Day

K.R. Mangalam World School, Greater Kailash – II in collaboration with Goethe Institute, Max Mueller Bhavan, witnessed the German Cultural and Literary Fest, ‘Deutsch Jamboree’, on 20 July 2018. With over 150 participants from more than 10 schools of Delhi-NCR, the day was indeed momentous to revel.  
The event commenced with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp followed by a euphoric rendition of a German song titled, ‘Guten Tag Liebe Leute’ by the school’s zestful musicians which left the audience mesmerized. This was followed by the welcome address of the Principal, Dr. Sangeeta Arora, where she accentuated upon the school’s contribution in broadening empathy, cultural outlook and a holistic vision towards the development of each child. A fascinating narrative of fusion of multiculturalism, splendidly presented by the talented budding dancers of the school, won accolades by one and all. The Chief Guest for the day, Mr Carl Jochen Dill, motivated the pariticipants with his words of wisdom.
The Chief Guests for the event, Mr Carl Jochen Dill, Head of the Educational Services Department at Goethe Institute, Max Mueller Bhavan, New Delhi and Ms. Kavita Chhabra, Project Manager India, PASCH and Educational Services at Goethe Institute, Max Mueller Bhavan, New Delhi, presided over as honorary judges for the competitions organized as a part of the event. 
After the formal announcement of the event to be open, students from various schools enthusiastically participated in TANZMARATHON (a riveting dance competition), MÄRCHENFIGUREN (comic figure), WANDBEHANG (designing a wall-hanging) and  COMICGESCHICHTE (comic-strip making).
The event concluded with the much-awaited prize and certificate distribution ceremony wherein the chief guests of the event gave away merit awards and accolades to all the outstanding achievers
for their commendable performances. The team of participants from Lotus Valley International School, Noida bagged the rolling trophy. The eventful day concluded with the valedictory function in which Ms. Swati Kalra, the Head of German Department, KRM, GK-II proposed the vote of thanks.  
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