The Dancing Hues- IDS CULMINATION FOR CLASS KG AND CLASS 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 lighting ceremony.The students melodiously sang a welcome song which was followed by the welcome address given by the Principal, Dr Sangeeta Arora . Memorable moments and hard work done by the students and teachers was shared in the Journey so far. The students also presented an enthralling Ganesh Vandana where in each movement expressed volumes.The function was presided over by the Chief Guest Ms Kiran Segal , a famous Indian classical dancer and a Padma Shri awardee. The presentation was attended by Mrs Neha Gupta and Mr Sachin 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 ended with a peek behind the presentation with Glimpses where in all the students showcased their work on the allocated countries.The vote of thanks was proposed by Ms Sanya Gupta,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.
To see the entire show, click on the YouTube link below:
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.
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 Ministry of Ayush has started a campaign called ‘Yoga at Home, Yoga with Family’, to encourage the practice of Yoga with family members to counter the effects of the viral infection, while practicing all precautionary measures to slow down the spread of COVID-19. To observe the International day of Yoga on 21st June 2020, the Ministry will be organizing a trainer led Yoga session which will be broadcast on television at 7 AM on 21st June 2020 for people to follow and practice in solidarity. In pursuit of the same, the students of K.R Mangalam World School, G.K-II have also been attending online sessions being taken by Yoga teachers to commemorate the day.
“Literature opens the doors of imagination and understanding and allows us to see the way others see, to think the way others think and above all to feel”
The COVID-19 pandemic and the global response to it have severely limited public celebrations this year but life is about accepting the challenges along the way, choosing to keep moving forward, and savoring the journey. In order to promote the power of Literature and bring the students from all across the globe closer to its universal appeal, K.R. Mangalam World School organized its first ever Inter-School Online Literary Event (English, Hindi, French, German and Sanskrit) – Eloquence on Friday, 15th May, 2020. The theme for this year’s literary competition was ‘Humour’ and the event witnessed cheerful and activeparticipation from more than 34 leading schools across Delhi and NCR.
The event opened with the traditional lighting of the lamp, followed by the Welcome song. The Principal Dr. Sangeeta Arora addressed the audience and brought to the fore the school’s consistent efforts at broadening the students horizons and moulding them as students of a global world. The audience was then shown ‘The Saga of Eloquence – a presentation of Dream Come true’. CBSE Director, Dr Joseph Emmanuel was the Chief Guest on the occasion and gave a video message to the students encouraging them to dream big and soar high. He then declared the event open.
A kaleidoscope of varied online activities focusing on creative and oratory skills of the students was conducted to nurture the linguistic skills of students and celebrate language as a learner’s privilege. It was a day of flurry and excitement, with the students being fruitfully engaged in honing their skills, expressions and fostering the fluent speaking habits in them.The event gave young children and learners the chance to bring out their talent, expression and creativity to full swing. The performances of young learners were laudable and commendable.
Ms. Marie Doublier, Attache for Cooperation in Education at the Embassy of France in India was the Special Guest. Besides her, fourteen eminent, experienced and erudite personalities from the field of Literature were a part of the panel of jury. The members of the Judges’ Panel were full of praise for the theme, the efficient organization 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. They also appreciated the KRM Faculty for their efforts in providing an enriching experience to the participants as well as the audience. The Principal Dr. Sangeeta Arora and the staff were complimented for the success of the event.
This Literary Event, indeed, brought the students closer to the magic of language and literature.
In the fight to flatten the curve of Corona Virus, K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K-II is conducting online Classes where the students have an interface with their teachers. The students are taking these classes seriously and attendance is being taken in every class to give them a virtual normal school life.
Stephen Covey said “Every human has four endowments, self awareness, conscience, independent will and creative imagination. These give the ultimate freedom-The power to choose, to respond and to change”. This is exactly what assemblies at K.R.Mangalam World School aim to achieve.
Assemblies form an integral part of the school proceedings and help raise awareness and sensitivity among the students through the multiferous topics on which these assemblies are conducted.
Ruby house conducted the morning assembly on 12.2.2020 on the topic “ HOW TO OVERCOME EXAM FEAR”. The assemblage commenced on a pious note by a prayer led by the Principal followed by the hymn ‘Hum ko mann ki Shakti denana’. The news reporters updated the gathering with the latest national, international, sports news of the world. They also presented the K.R.M news, thought of the day and the word of the week in English and Hindi. This was followed by an awe-inspiring self-composed poem by student of ruby house. This was followed by an article outlining the significance of how to overcome from exam fear. The assembly culminated with the prize distribution where in the meritorious and illustrious winners were bestowed with certificates and trophies for various Inter-School competitions.
Saanvi Priya of class IX F of K.R.Mangalam World School,G.K.II has been appointed as the main speaker in the flag area briefing to the CM under Delhi Directorate on the occasion of NCC Republic day 2020.She has been awarded as the First Best Cadet in the Inter Group Best Cadets Competition in NCC at Delhi Directorate level. Her efforts were appreciated by all the KRM Mangalamities.
The Principal appreciated and congratulated all the prize winners and awarded trophies for the best class assemblies as well in 6 to 8 class category 8E and F won the best assembly trophy on the topic “Values and their relivance” and in 9 to 12 class category 9E and F won the trophy for the best assembly on the topic “Janmashtami”.
TheGerman Cultural and Literary Fest, ‘Deutsch Jamboree’was organized byK.R. Mangalam World School, G.K-II in collaboration with Goethe Institute, Max Mueller Bhavan, on Friday, July 26, 2019.With over 150 participants from 8 schools of Delhi-NCR, the day was indeed momentous to celebrate.
The event commenced with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp. This was followed by the inaugural dance which was a fascinatingfusion of multiculturalism, beautifully presented by the endowed dancers of the school. In her welcome address the Principal,Dr. Sangeeta Arora,accentuatedupon the school’s role inbroadening empathy, cultural outlook and a holistic vision towards the development of each child. A euphoric rendition, ‘Jetzt Geht Es Los’,was presented by the school’s zestful performers which left the audience enthralled.The dignitaries from Gothe Institute, Max Muller Bhavan, appreciated the efforts of the students and motivatedthem with their words of wisdom.
The guests for the event,Ms. Veronika Tarazinskaja and Ms. Vibhuti Sukhramani,Goethe Institute, Max Mueller Bhavan, New Delhi, presided over as honorary judges for the competitions that were organized as a part of the event.
After the formal announcement of the event to be open,students from various schools enthusiastically participated in competitions like LACHEN IST GESUND(a comedy skit), MUSIK MARATHON (song & band) and KOCHEN MACHT SPAβ! (preparing a German dish).
The program, concluded with the much-awaited prize and certificate distribution ceremony wherein the dignitaries felicitated the outstanding achieversfor their commendable performances. K.R. Mangalam World School, G.K-II bagged the first position and passed on their rolling trophy to DPS, Noidawho secured the second position. The eventful day concluded with the valedictory function in which Ms. Swati Kalra Singh, the Head of German Department, proposed the vote of thanks.The program culminated with the rendition of the national anthem.