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Special Assembly-International Day of the Girl Child

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‘Let me live, Let me bloom,
Let me shine like a beautiful moon
Yeah, I am an endangered species in this earth
because I am murdered before my birth.’
We at RPS89 Gurugram, feel the need to inculcate empathy in our students by discussing their roles and expectations as a responsible citizen. To sensitize them about the current state of Girl Child, ‘International Day of the Girl Child’ was observed at the school on Friday, October 11 2019.
The students were shown a glimpse of the current state of girl child through a skit. They spread the word about basic rights of a girl child starting from the right to live. 'Save Girl Child' slogans are ubiquitous on posters and placards. Last but not least,dance touched and invoked the empathetic side of every child bringing in the hope of a bright and safe future for the girl child.










Diya Decoration Activity

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Diya Decoration Activity was held on Wednesday,  October  9 2019 for Grade I to V. The main purpose of this activity was to explore the students imagination ,creativity and celebrate the Festival of Lights in its true spirit. Diyas symbolize the supremacy and consequence of Diya Decoration Activity was held on Wednesday ,October  9 2019 for Grade I to V. The main purpose of this activity was to explore the students imagination ,creativity and celebrate the Festival of Lights in its true spirit. Diyas symbolize the supremacy and consequence of brightness over darkness. Students have painted,decorated and made enticing diyas as a part of diwali celebration. They acquired knowledge on the importance of making diyas and lightening all over to celebrate the victory of Lord Rama.
It was sheer  and a great experience for all students who were the reasons for making this activity a great success. over darkness. Students have painted,decorated and made enticing diyas as a part of diwali celebr…

Special Assembly-Dussehra Celebration

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In our multicultural society we need to continuously reinforce the universal values of brotherhood, tolerance, peace, compassion, patriotism and solidarity in our children. A celebration in the form of special assemblies is an effort to sensitize students towards living in harmony in a diverse society. They are taught to learn to use their thinking ability and skills to work for a safe and better world and to live in harmony with their fellow beings.
Taking this thought forward a special assembly on Dussehra was conducted on Friday October 4, 2019. They say one can see God in children. True. But it becomes real when the festive season is on at RPS89. During this time, we start seeing children in attire of Gods and Goddesses all around the campus. And it is a real sight to behold! 

To celebrate the victory of good over evil the students  enacted on excerpt from the ‘Ramayana’. The dialogues, costumes and the enactment was commendable. Children then preformed NavDurga dance which was a…

Special Assembly- Gandhi Jayanti

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“Cleanliness is next to Godliness”
Gandhiji demonstrated, propagated and insisted for individual and community cleanliness throughout his life. The special assembly, presented by Grade IV on 1st Oct’19, on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti, was a humble effort by the students to reinforce this message and carry it forward to realize the dream of Mahatma Gandhi.The assembly began with the mellifluous rendition of school prayer 'Everything I am...'. The skit presented by the children communicated the quintessential message that every hand and every bit counts in helping to realise the vision of ‘Swachh Bharat’. The school principal,Dr.Roopa Marwaha Bhalla ,in her address, reminded the children that we have to keep alive the Gandhi existing in each one of us by following his principles of truth and non-violence. She also reiterated that cleanliness has to start from our homes and school which will in turn bring the larger change of a clean India.







Special Assembly-Time Management

Morning Assembly on the topic"Time Management" by Grade IV
Class IV presented assembly on TIME MANAGEMENT. The students focused on the importance of  MANAGING time as we can  neither create it or rewind it for our own benefit. Ordinary people spend their time but great people use it. Time is more important than money  as more money can be earned but more time cannot be gained. Time is like river the flow once passed cannot be passed again. Time Management can be done by using daily planner and focusing on our priorities.The assembly included the thought of the day, the word of the day- which was MANAGEMENT, National,International, Sports, Scientific and Weather news. The students also presented a skit "Importance of TIME" focusing on importance of taking out time for things like love, prayer, think, play, dream and appreciate.

‘The World of Folktales’ - ISA ACTIVITY

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Students of class I and II participated in the British Council ISA project ‘The World of Folktales’ with full flair. The aim of this project was to revive the tradition of storytelling and to explore different cultures and enhance literacy skills. The folktales 'Panchtantra','Jataka Tales','Arabian Night' were mainly from India, Burma and UAE. Each was an interesting tale, interspersed with curious characters and an insightful moral at the end. Stories 'The big Lion and a little Rabbit' from Panchtantra, 'Timid Hare' from Jataka Tales, 'Aladdin and the magic lamp' from Arabian Nights etc. were read aloud in class. Students made an oral presentation too on Folktales and supported with elaborate props and costumes. The activity gave students a chance to practice team-building. Fun and excitement was observed and the learning was stretched beyond books. It was extremely insightful for the students as they discovered how several stories came…