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Saturday, April 19, 2014

Prize Day for Grades IV and V

Prize Day was celebrated on a grand note on April 17, 2014 at Einstein Campus. Students were really excited about receiving prizes for various competitions that were conducted all through the year. 

Almost all the students of Grades IV and V received prizes for various competitions: Cultural Carnival, Literary Carnival, Colour Splash, Paper Collage, 100% Attendance, and Intra School Sports Competitions were some of the events that were held during 2013-14.

Winning prizes and being recognized is always exciting for young and old alike. The same excitement was visible among students. A celebratory mood was set with the day being the last working day of the year and students receiving prizes. The Principal, Ms. Adilakshmi, addressed the students and wished them luck for their future. 

It was a proud moment for one and all!!

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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Pre-Primary Graduation Day

Pre-Primary students of Cambridge Primary, Einstein Campus, celebrated their Graduation Day on 10th April. Dr. R. Satyanarayana, former Director of Education, Andhra Pradesh, graced the occasion and gave valuable inputs on parenting. 

It was a special day for our little champs who graduated to Grade 1. This was a great occasion in the lives of all the children and also an emotional day for the teachers.

We wish them all the best for their future!! 


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Friday, April 11, 2014

Prize Day: Celebrating Excellence

Prize Day for Grades 1-3 was celebrated on a grand note at Einstein Campus on 9th March. It is a much-awaited event by both parents and students. It is a day when all the efforts and hard work pay off in the form of awards and prizes.

Prize Day was a well-organized event where all the students from Grades 1-3 gathered in the Multi-Purpose Hall.

The winners of all the competitions (academic and co-curricular) that were conducted throughout the year like colour splash, paper collage, best profiles, coloring competitions, etc., were given trophies and certificates on Prize Day. The Principal, Ms. Adilakshmi, encouraged the students with her inspiring words.

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Thursday, April 10, 2014

Grade 4A: PYP Student Led Conference

Grade 4A conducted Student Led Conference (SLC) on March 29th wherein the students took the lead and responsibility to showcase their learning to their parents. The session included ‘hands-on activities’ — reflections of the PYP inquiry cycle and ‘student’s portfolio’ — a reflection of strengths and challenges. 

The students also explained the soft board which carried loads of learning engagements related to the Unit. At the end, they made realistic goals for themselves with their parents.

Parents’ Reflections

Ms. Pooja Bagga (Karman’s Mother): My son explained to me about microorganisms and vertebrates which was the best part.

Ms. Kanak Kabra (Sanskriti’s Mother): Learning is fun in the class. It was very creatively presented. Well done, Ms. Nisa!!

Ms. Ekta Vajpayee (Anshi’s Mother): She was explaining the soft board and taking the lead in all the activities.

Ms. Aarti Newasekar (Aarya’s Mother): I got to know how the class goes about learning a particular topic from the root level to an advanced level.


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Thursday, April 3, 2014

Pop Bottle Terrarium

In connection with our Unit of Inquiry “Biodiversity,” Grade 4A collaborated with other schools around the world. Mr. Michael McBrien from Portland Secondary College, Portland, Australia, suggested to build a Terrarium.  

Students started working on it and maintained an ongoing record of the growth of the plants. They were able to analyze and interpret reasons as to why some plants grew well while some didn’t. 

Students enjoyed making the project with loads of excitement!!

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