NEWS LETTER 27th July 2018, VOL.7, ISSUE: 177

 

Vision   : To be lifelong learners and leaders.

Mission: To provide whole education with academic excellence.

Suchitra Junction, Qutubullapur(M)

RR (Dist), Hyderabad

9177299900/9177399900

 www.suchitra.in         

 

NEWS FROM PRE PRIMARY                1

Namaste Dear Parents,

The news and views from Suchitra. ………

EYE CAMP

IMG-20180718-WA0037An Eye check-up camp was held in school on 16th and 17th July. A team of Ophthalmologists from Refracto Eye Hospital came to school for eye check-up of students from classes Nursery to XI. The doctors brought well-equipped eye examination tools to examine the students effectively.

The objective of this event was to spread awareness on eye disorders, their early detection and to detect refractive errors and eye ailments among school children.

FORTHCOMING EVENTS

Monday, 30th July                    : Awareness on ‘Stranger Danger and Good touch Bad touch’

Tuesday , 7th August                : Introduction to new theme ‘Discovery of India’

Wednesday, 8th August           : Theme-end Presentation

NEWS FROM HIGH SCHOOL 

SPECIAL ASSEMBLIES

The students of Grade II A presented their special assembly on the topic ME AND MY BED TIME STORIES on Tuesday, 17th July. The primary idea was to reinforce in the parents the great benefits to be derived from the good old habit of reading bed time stories to their children. Children highlighted the fact that reading bedtime stories helps the parents to spend real bonding time with their children and also build moral values and life skills.

37361157_2218348741514026_7611174354843336704_oAs part of the year long theme of WATER, Grade VII B 37553588_2218350101513890_1116199160563892224_opresented their special assembly on the importance of LIFE SUSTAINING WATER on Wednesday, 18th July. They spoke

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about how living beings cannot do without water -through a skit, a power point presentation and a song composed by them with the music teacher’s help!

 

Grade IIB showcased Memories as the theme through their assembly presentation on the topic COLLECT MEMORIES, NOT THINGS on Tuesday, 24th July. The students tried to bring out the message that not everything that counts can be counted and not everything that can be counted counts. Today’s materialistic world needs to understand

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that good life is a collection of various types of moments; which defineour thought-processes and shape our soul. This message was brought out beautifully through speeches, songs, dances and a video.

 

 

ARE YOU A COUCH POTATO? 

Holiday assignment given to Grade IV children made them inventors of games that make children of their age active. The hard work put in by the children made it a reason to showcase their inventions to the rest of the school. Fascinating ideas and detailing made everyone -students and teachers enjoy the fair equally. To name a few games- jumping37015886_2208181462530754_8547169585453858816_o jack, jump the rope, on six cubes, twister, super fun spinning tops and many more… The idea of giving such an assignment was to let children think out of the box and help them create something new which has real life application.

 

 

PREPARATIONS FOR MUN

37549581_2219672688048298_3414499498536206336_oThe journey started some days back. The students of Grades VIII-XI were oriented about the ‘what’ and ‘how’ of MUN. Children came up with their choice of committees and registered their candidature. They were allocated countries and then training and preparation began. As a part of

 

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MUN preparation, a mock simulation of UNGEEW was conducted by the students on Thursday, 18th July under the guidance of the teachers-in-charge. The main intention behind this was to demonstrate the working of the UN committee. This helped the participants to get familiar with the procedures to be followed, the language and attitude expected and gave them a chance to clarify their doubts.

INTRA SCHOOL MUN-2018…..A HISTORIC MOMENT!

 

IMG_0138On 19th– 20th July, the INTRA MUN session was conducted wherein the students of Grades VIII-XI, as delegates of various countries, discussed and debated about the agenda, pre-decided in their respective committees. At the same time, four of the Grade XI students executed their role as Chairpersons of the Committee. Behind the scene was the International Press Committee working hard to pen down everything and put the pictures and videos in place. You may go through the press release attached and can watch the video on our Face book page.

INTRA MUN 2018-19 : RESULTS

UNHRC

BEST DELEGATE: MANAS NAIN, ANGOLA

SPECIAL MENTION: YASH TOSHNIWAL, UNITED KINGDOM

 

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UNEGEEW

BEST DELEGATE: ARUNIMA VERABELLI, ECUADOR

SPECIAL MENTION: TRISHA VARMA, UNITED KINGDOM

WHO

BEST DELEGATE: AASHWATH R, ECUADOR

SPECIAL MENTION: KARISHMA BHANS SWAMY, PANAMA

UNESCO

BEST DELEGATE: OM DHOTRE, UNITED KINGDOM

SPECIAL MENTION: VAIBHAV KAZA, BRAZIL & ARYAMAN THAKURDESAI, ECUADOR

TOP PERFORMERS AND STUDENTS SELECTED FOR INTER SCHOOL MUN CONFERENCE

 

DELEGATES & ORGANISING COMMITTEE

Sno. Committee Country Name Class
1.        UNHRC ANGOLA MANAS NAIN VIII A
2.        UNESCO UNITED KINGDOM OM DHOTRE – ORGANISING COMMITTEE IX A
3.        UNHRC UNITED KINGDOM YASH TOSHNIWAL – ORGANISING COMMITTEE IX B
4.        UNHRC MANGOLIA V. SAI MEDHA XB
5.        UNHRC SLOVENIA LASYA TATA XI
6.        UNHRC UNITED ARAB EMIRATES KAASHVI J R    –  ORGANISING COMMITTEE VIII A
7.        UNEGEEW SAMOA ARUNIMA VERABELLI ORGANISING COMMITTEE IX A
8.        UNESCO BRAZIL VAIBHAV KAZA IX A
9.        UNESCO ECUADOR ARYAMAN THAKUR DESAI XB
10.    UNEGEEW NEW ZELAND TRISHA VARMA XB
11.    UNHRC SLOVAKIA SHOURYA SINGH THAKUR IXA
12.    UNESCO PANAMA KUSH AGARWAL XI

 

 

EXECUTIVE BOARD ( Grade XI )

 

INTERNATIONAL PRESS COMMITTEE ( Grade XI )

 

·         ANNA JOYCE VELPUKONDA

·         PARIDHI SARDA

·         SHRIYA RAO

·         KANAK THAKUR

 

·         SHREYA REDDY

·         M LOKESH NAIDU

·         ALISHA KOTADIA

·         JAY MEHTA

·         JATIN CHOUDHARY

·         DAVE ALOYSIUS MACKNESS

 

PBL ORIENTATION FOR PARENTS

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On Saturday, 21st July an orientation programme was organized for Grade IV parents spread across two interactive sessions. The whole approach of Project-based learning 37663805_2223153094366924_6770611558088179712_o(PBL), where students are active participants in their own educational development, was explained to the parents. Mrs. Trisha Chakraborty, Head of Research and Training, along with Grade IV teachers, conducted the session.

 

 

AN AUTHOR CAME VISITING

Aditi Krishnakumar, author of “Codex: The Lost Treasure of the Indus’ and winner of the Asian Book Award conducted a book reading session with the students of Grades VI-37807665_2227401690608731_8404608054552690688_oVIII

on Monday, 23rd July. The book reading extended into a spin-a -yarn session by the students at the end of which, the students delightedly bought a signed copy of the book.

 

 

FIELD TRIPS

Thursday, 26th July was the day of fun-filled learning for the students of Grades I, II, VIII and IX.

Grade I, made memories to cherish as they were welcomed by the colourful rose plants spread across Sanjeevaiah Park. Students had a glimpse of pretty butterflies fluttering over the garden. They enjoyed the field trip thoroughly where they got to meet their old buddies and enjoy snacks and food on the lush green grass.

The students of Grades II and III were taken to the Nehru Zoological Park. Their faces lit up and their smiles came alive when they saw crocodile, giraffe, deer, lion, hyena, rhino, cheetah and different birds. They were able to connect their experiences with the syllabus taught in the class- food chain and interlink of the eco system.

 

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Grades VIII-IX had and adventurous day at the CISF Headquarters. They were thrilled to visit the different departments- Paramedical Training Centre, Fire Service Training Academy and the Parade Ground and witnessed live demos. There was no dearth of enthusiastic volunteers from our students for participation, which drew admiration and compliments from the CISF personnel.

 

 

 

OUR ACHIEVER’S

 

N

ame of the student

Class / section House Name of the event participated in Date/ Venue Winning position
NEEHAR YAMANI V C DHRITI AQUATIC PHENOMENON SWIMMING COMPETITION HYDERABAD (U-10)

22/07/18

3rd  PRIZE
ANIRUDH CHEETI V C SANSKRITI TELANGANA STATE U-11 CHAMPIONSHIP 2018 HYDERABAD

22/07/18

32nd  PLACE IN STATE
OHM NABHYA VI B SUKRITI 9th  TELANGANA STATE RANKING CHESS TOURNAMENT HYDERABAD LB STADIUM

22/07/18

 

8th  RANK AMONG 58 PARTICIPANTS

 

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FORTHCOMING EVENTS

2nd August, Thursday                           : Pet Show for Grades I- III

3rd – 4th August                                     : Inter-School MUN

6th August, Monday                             : Holiday- Bonalu

7th August, Tuesday                             : PT2 Begins for Grades IV-VIII

 

Dear Parents right now all our energies are directed towards the upcoming MUN and of course keeping the Academics and ECA ends going smoothly too.

Here I would like to share our efforts regarding ECA. Since last year we have put stringent measures in place to supervise as well as improve the quality of ECA experience of students.

 

– Additional assistant coaches have been hired.

– Groupings are much smaller.

– Regular monitoring is done.

– Rubrics are laid down for charting of growth and learning

– Regular meetings are conducted with the coaches and feedback provided.

 

In other words ECA is taken by us in a very organized and result driven format. Yet, the fact remains that each child can get only limited exposure and opportunities. You are requested to set your expectations accordingly and not look for immediate results and achievements.

Actually all our efforts have borne fruit and I must also admit that lately we rarely get any complaints from you regarding ECA. So thanks for that.

I had sent out a request for Sponsors for our MUN and I am still awaiting responses.

We very regularly put up photos and videos on our Facebook  page. Please do visit and ‘like’ us too.

Warm Regards

Renu Shorey

Director Principal, Suchitra Academy

 

 

 

Contributions : Deepa.K, Anne.I, Satya.S, Sujana.L,, Sirisha.S,Dattu.J.V.N

You can check out our blog on https://suchitraacademy.wordpress.com/

Note : For more pictures of events visit us at https://www.facebook.com/suchitraacademy/

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 A BEAUTIFUL , BREEZY MORNING!

A beautiful environment and our beautiful children enjoying a moment of calm, quiet and meditation.

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