Colour days in Early Years
Colour Days 2019-2020
To foster and understanding and significance of different colours Pre primary celebrated different colour days. Children came dressed in theme colours and surroundings were decorated in accordance with the colour day. They also brought coloured objects like toys, fruits, vegetables etc. Colour recognition was done by displaying these items and encouraging children to speak a few sentences on each object.
Salad Day in Early Years
Salad Making in Early Years
The objective of Fruit salad making was not only to create awareness about healthy eating and the importance of consumption of fruits in regular diets, but also to reinforce other concepts- Pre primary learners counted and sorted the fruits and also acknowledged how trees and plant help us to provide food and nutrition. The end result was surely a delicious and nutritious salad sure to appeal any pallet.
Star of the Week
Star of the week
‘Star of the week’ is an opportunity to help our early year learners in their development and understanding of the attributes of the IB learner profile.
Every week teachers identified students who displayed certain the learner profile attributes. The class celebrated these attributes once in a week. The Principal felicitated students each week with the star of the week crown, a card describing the attribute the child is recognised for and a chocolate.This activity boosted the child’s self-confidence and make him/her the Star of the Week.
” Light is the harbinger of joy, prosperity and eternal bliss of the soul. “
The excitement and celebratory spirit that Diwali brings is unmatchable. We celebrated Diwali, the festival of lights with great fervor and enthusiasm on Thursday, October 24, 2019. The assembly showcased the significance of the festival and the rituals related to it. They told the audience that Diwali is celebrated as the day when Lord Rama and Sita returned to Ayodhya following 14 years of exile after defeating the demon king Ravana.
Grade 1 learners enthralled the audience with their graceful moves on the foot-tapping song ‘Ram Ji Ki Nikali Sawaari’. Learners from Grade 2 to 5 heralded the festival of lights, Diwali, by presenting a cultural extravaganza on Govardhan Puja and Bhai Dooj with a lot of joy and enthusiasm.
While celebrating Diwali in the School, Young learners, led the way in spreading the message of celebrating safe and pollution-free “Eco-friendly Diwali”. During the assembly, the children pledged to forgo the bursting of crackers to keep the noise and air pollution levels low and save plants for future generations.
The performance of the students was highly appreciated by one and all and concluded with the Principal’s address to the learners and all the staff members to celebrate an ‘Environment Safe Diwali.’
Children's Day Celebrations
We at TCIS celebrated Children’s Day on November 14, 2019. It was fun-filled full day event for children with no studies at all on that day. The teachers arranged special assembly in the morning. A Chaplin act by a teacher followed by a dance by all the facilitators were organised. Our principal herself sang to the tunes of 3 different songs along with TCIS Rock Band for our students. Post assembly there was a magic show and special snacks arranged.
Pre-primary kids enjoyed playing several fun games followed by Masquerade Ball party with juice whereas, for primary kids 3 animated movie shows namely Rio, Lion King and Ratatouille were organised in 3 different classrooms named as Auditoriums 1, 2 and 3. Kids had to collect tickets from ticket counter as per their choice of films and then make an entry at the auditorium gates. Kids were delighted to show the tickets to their homeroom teachers who were standing as the ticket collectors for them. Popcorns were served during the running shows. In fact, teachers tried to give them the real feel of cinema hall and kids enjoyed it to the fullest. Multiple fun games followed by served juice and Masquerade ball party were the last events for primary students. Altogether the children and the facilitators enjoyed and had fun throughout. All the kids went home with goodies as take-away and a smile on their face.
It was a funfilled morning on October 31st,2019 as Halloween was celebrated at TCIS with students. Students and Teachers wearing dressed in creative costumes. Costume parades, pumpkin decorations, arts and crafts were a part of Halloween festivities on that day. Students also visited other classrooms for trick or treat.
We celebrated Christmas in all its joy and happiness on Dec 22nd, 2019. Christmas is a festival that brings cheer and love and we celebrated it with the same fervour, spreading the message of love and joy among our children. Christmas is a festival of great delight and sharing. Our little Pre primary students danced to joyful tunes. Santa danced to the exciting tunes with the students followed by a Christmas skit. There was a carol presented by our teachers. Students participated in many games, which was organised by Teachers. Christmas cakes and gifts were distributed to the students.
Makar Sankranti Celebrations
We celebrated Makar Sankranti on 13th Jan, 2020 with great fervor and enthusiasm. The assembly started with a special message to mark the occasion. Learners explained the importance of Sankranti and its distinct name in every region Uttarayan in Rajasthan and Gujarat, Pongal in Tamil, Sankranti in Karnataka, Lohri in Punjab and Bihu in Assam. They also narrated how this harvest festival is celebrated in various States of India, respecting the differences and demonstrating IB Learner Profile open-minded. The children performed vibrant and energetic dances to usher in the festival and brought out the true essence of the day which was fun and festive. A loud cheer of ‘Happy Sankranti’ boomed throughout the assembly greeting everyone.