Online: Parent Teacher Meeting
1st June, 2020 : Parent Teacher Meeting is an important aspect of teaching learning Process. It’s a time when both parents and teacher can come together and discuss about their children and work together for their holistic development. PTM becomes even more important when our students who for the first time are learning through on-line classes. With this in aim the school organised a Parent Teachers Meeting – online on 1st June 2020. Parents actively participated in the session. Parents discussed about their child’s performance during their on-line class so that gap which is created by on-line teaching can be bridged. Parents feedback were appreciated.
Nukkad Natak @ Surajkund
7th February 202 : 15 Students of class VIII, IX and X presented a nukkad natak at Surajkund Fair 2020 on Cleanliness and Drug Free society. Through their nukkad natak students presented the importance of cleanliness and drug free society.
Dance performance at surajkund
13th February , 2020: Students of St. Peter’s school presented folk dance at Surajkund. The performing students received cash award of Rs. 3100 and certificate for their best performance.
21st Century Teachers : Workshop for Teachers
14th January 2020 : A workshop on ‘Skills needed to be 21st Century Teacher’ and ‘Ways to develop life skills among students’ for the teaching staff of St. Peter’s School was conducted by Mrs. Indu Vasudeva and Mrs. Vanessa D’sylva . This workshop provided teachers with an overview of how to teach students in this WEB DRIVEN WORLD. This session outlined the role teachers can play, to help students understand the educational and ethical impact of their time being spent online.
This workshop also refreshed the teachers with the methods that can be used to develop life skills among students , which will help them to cope with the stressful situations around them and live a purposeful life.
Orientation programme for Parents
14th December 2019: ‘Education is a shared commitment between dedicated teachers, motivated students and enthusiastic parents’ so, in in order to provide a conducive environment at home too an orientation programme was conducted for the parents by the respective class teachers. The aim of the programme was to provide guidance to the parents so that they can bring up their child as morally upright citizens. The programme highlighted the need of 21st century children , and guided parents not to stop them but guide them along with teachers in this process of learning. Parents appreciated the step taken by the school in raising up their children in an effective way.
FAREWELL TO CLASS X STUDENTS
8th February 2020: As the year draws to a close to its academic session, the school bids farewell to its class X students. Class IX students along with School Management and teachers organized a farewell party – ‘Nostalgia’ on 8th February 2020. Class IX students sang songs and presented dance to make the day memorable. Dance performance by Mrs. Kavita Lonkar, Mrs. Seema Sharma and Mrs. Ritu Batra was cherished the most. The honoring of titles through certificates for Good Penmanship, Good Samaritan, Best Sports Player, Full Attendance, Best Drawing Artist added zeal to the atmosphere. Swati Kandwal of X – B was entitled as ‘Ms. Peter’ and Harshit Madaan of X – C was entitled as ‘Mr. Peter’.
(for drivers, conductors and bus caretakers)
19th December 2019: An orientation program was conducted for the drivers, conductors, and caretakers of the school bus by Mrs. Reeta Rastogi (Teacher). It aimed at providing the guidelines to be followed on bus as well as on school premises for the well being of students. They were also informed about the ill effects of smoking and drinking and suggested some ways in which one can come out from such addiction.
ABACUS BATCH TOPPER IN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP (AVAS) -2019
20 students from class I to VIII received the batch toppers award both in ABACUS and VEDIC Mathematics
ABACUS AND VEDIC MATHS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP (AVAS) -2019
- Yukti Goyal of VII A, received the award of National Champion (AVAS) in Vedic Maths.
- Aarav Gupta of Class II A, received the award of National Champion (AVAS) in Abacus
Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat
November – December 2019 : ‘Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat’, A programme launched by Hon’ble Prime Minister on Ekta Diwas (31st October 2015) on the occasion of birth anniversary of Sadar Vallabhbhai Patel to foster national Integration. As per the instruction of CBSE a series of activities related to our partnering state ‘Telangana’ were conducted in the month of November and December 2019. To develop linguistic capacity of students, basic alphabets of Telugu language were taught to the students. Activities like speaking proverb, quiz and news related to Telangana was presented in the morning assemblies . Students actively participated in the programme.