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Activities 2019-20

Recitation Competition (27.09.19)

Recitation competition was conducted for Class II.

Recitation competition Winners
First Position Second Position Third Position
Hitanshi Rathod(III D) Soyara Shelar (III E)

Shreya Trivedi (III A)

Hiya Shah (III B)

Personality Development session (24.09.19)

Students of Std III and IV participated in a grooming session organized by Mentor. The session was conducted by Mrs. Sapna Shah. The workshop adopted a demonstration-cum-discussion approach. Tips on how to walk, talk and maintain the correct body posture were discussed and demonstrated.

Dental health session (24.09.19)

An audio-visual aided session was conducted for Std. II by Dr. Gauri Tolani on the importance of oral hygiene, how to maintain oral hygiene and prevention of dental problems. It was an interactive session where the queries of the kids were also addressed by the speaker.

Founders Day (20.09.19)

Founders day was celebrated by the school with a lot of joy and zeal. The celebrations began with the lighting of the lamp by the members of the Board of Management of the Dastur School Trust Col. S. K. Pudumjee and Mrs. M. Vakil, Education Advisor Mrs. A. Pandit and Principal Mrs. L. Weilson. The assembly was an amalgamation of music, dance and drama wherein students invoked the blessings of the Almighty and presented a wonderful skit that illustrated the values inculcated in the school. An exhibition and a PowerPoint presentation on the history of Dastur Schools gave an insight into the intricacies of the establishment of the school. The school was decked up for the occasion.

Achievers 2019-20

Shamika Ubhe secured First position in the Rope Mallakhamb competition (Girls U/10 category) conducted by Pune District Mallakhamb Association on 7th and 8th September 2019.

Elocution Competition (13.09.19)

Class III and IV participated in the Elocution competition.

Teachers’ day 2019 (5.09.19)

A special assembly was organized on 5th September to mark teachers’ day. Cultural programmes were put up by students to mark the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan and to thank the services of the staff. The assembly was followed by games and lunch. Our Principal Mrs. L. Weilson gave away the token of appreciation to all the staff.

Farewell to Principal Mrs. Batra (29.8.19)

A farewell ceremony was held on the 29th of August 2019 to honour and thank Mrs. Batra who was to retire from her service in the month of August 2019. Students put up various cultural programmes, composed a song for the outgoing principal and spoke about her services to the school. In her farewell speech, Mrs. Batra thanked the management, staff and the students.

Handwriting Competition (19.08.19)

Handwriting competition was organized for all classes from Class I to IV.

Handwriting competition Winners
Class I Class III Class III Class IV

Kavish 

Pranav 

Labdhi Singhavi 

Palakh

Vyaansh

Swamini

Eshita

Varad

Vishwatej

Swara

Anushka

Hiya

Rhiday

Sonakshi

Veer

Rohan

Lehar Bajaj

Soham S

Arushi

Ronit

Independence day 2019

A special assembly was conducted by children on the 14th of August. Patriotic, songs, dances and speech were presented by the children of various classes. Flag hoisting ceremony was held on the 15th of August to mark the 73rd year of independence.

Awareness session on traffic rules (13.8.19)

ZF Safety Bunny campaign was held in the school for the children to create an awareness about the traffic rules and the need to follow the traffic rules.

Workshop for Teachers (9.8.19)
A workshop for teachers on “Early Detection of Mental Health Issues in School” was conducted by Dr. Bhooshan Shukla, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist. He talked about the common causes of mental health issues, its presentation and measures to be taken to detect and bring to notice of the concerned. 

First aid awareness session(19.7.19)
An awareness and demo session was conducted for students of Class I to IV was conducted by Betadine. An interactive session on the basics of self wound care was conducted along with live demonstration. 

PTA Meeting (4.7.19)

The first PTA meeting for the academic year 2019-20 was conducted on the 4th of July 2019 at 8.30 a.m. The newly elected PTA representatives of classes from I to IV participated in the meeting. The meeting was presided over by the Principal Mrs. L. Weilson. Brig. A. Nagpal, Administrator and Mrs. A. Pandit, Education Advisor representing the Sardar Dastur Trust also attended the meeting. The agenda of the meeting was 1) Selection of the secretary for PTA Committee and 2) Selection of the members for Transport and POCSO Committee.

  • Mrs. Aarti Oswal was elected as the PTA Secretary 2019-20,
  • Mrs. Suma Pillai was elected as the member for Transport Committee 2019-20 and
  • Mrs. Kavita Patel and Mr. Prakash Narang were elected as the members of POCSO Committee 2019-20.

Other matters concerning the overall working of the school were also discussed with the permission of the chair.

International Yoga Day

International Yoga Day was celebrated by the students and teachers with great enthusiasm on 21st June 2019. The day’s activities started with warm up exercises. Students from Pre-Primary to Std. IV and teachers demonstrated various asanas under the guidance of yoga instructors. The excitement among the tiny-tots of Pre-Primary in following the instructors was amazing. Asanas like vajrasan, padmasan, vrukshasan, tadasan, various postures of Suryanamaskar etc. were some of the asanas performed by the children. The instructors explained the benefits of the asanas while they were being performed by the students.  Students were motivated to practice yoga regularly to boost energy levels, improve fitness and enhance concentration. Instructors emphasized on the importance of yoga in making one physically as well as mentally fit right from their tender age.

 

Activities 2018-19

Std. IV Farewell 2019

The activities began on the 8th of February with each student from Pre-Nursery to class III presenting a hand-made souvenir as a token of love to the children of Std. IV. Activities associated with the farewell to class IV culminated on the 19th of February 2019 with a day full of fun and frolic. Class wise activities included treasure hunt, dancing to the beats of DJ, musical chair, drum circle and housie. The winners were felicitated towards the end of the day.

Measles-Rubella vaccination awareness programme

           As a part of the nationwide campaign to eliminate measles and rubella from India by 2020, an interactive awareness programme has been organized by the school for all the parents of Nursery and Primary School from the 4th to the 7th of December 2018. Dr. Shetty and his team from the Pune Cantonment Hospital addressed the gathering of parents and cleared the doubts, myths and misconceptions about the vaccination drive.  

Childrens Day 2018

The Childrens’ day was organized on the 30th of November 2018. As usual B.N.N. Dastur Primary School surprised the kids and parents with spectacular and jaw dropping decoration to welcome them. The animals created using planter pots made the kids linger around the welcome area.

        Children participated in the games arranged by teachers in the classrooms and won exciting prizes along with the gift from the school. Hands on experience on various brain games, puzzles, books and other brain stimulating activities were organized by the school in association with Smart Champs. The vast variety in activities and diverse levels kept the children busy and moving from one play area to other. The school could create a galaxy of unforgettable experiences and a memorable day for the kids.

Workshops and Training Programs for Teachers

 

  • Emergency Evacuation

A recap of the evacuation procedures was conducted on the 2nd of November 2018. The emergency evacuation drill conducted so far on the campus was analyzed, discussed and corrective measures were suggested to make it effective.

  • Creating opportunities 

A one day workshop on creating opportunities necessary for skill development was conducted on 29th October 2018 by Mr. Ravindra Naik of  Smart Champs. The highlight was a reiteration of the fact that it is necessary and essential to provide a wide range and variety of opportunities which offers different levels of difficulty to students that can make them feel ‘I can’ and ‘I could’.      

  • First Aid and CPR

A 3 days Training Program on First Aid was conducted for teachers by the Red Cross Society of India, Pune District Branch from the 24th to 26th of October 2018. 20 teachers from both the Pre-Primary and Primary section participated in the extensive program. There were elaborate sessions on how to handle various medical emergencies that can occur in school. Theoretical, visual and demonstrative sessions gave in-depth knowledge of emergency situations and the immediate measures to be taken to prevent further damage and promote recovery. The training concluded with a written, oral and practical assessment to evaluate the preparedness of the participants. The successful participants received certificates from the Red Cross Society of India.

  • Ergonomics                                                                                                               A workshop on methods to enhance student/teacher capabilities in relationship to the work environment - Ergonomics was held on 23rd    October 2018 by Dr. Smita Ingle, Deputy Director (Physiotherapy Occupational Therapy, Ruby Hall Clinic). The workshop created awareness on the importance of a physically comfortable work environment and enlightened the teachers on the significance and effect of making minor adjustments/changes in the work environment to get maximum output. 

Activity Day 5.10.18

Children welcomed the day with renewed vigor and fervor. The day was marked with a wide range of co-curricular activities. Every child got an opportunity to participate in many activities of their choice. The activities were designed to stimulate their spatial intelligence, scientific, logical, reasoning and linguistic skills. categorized The activities included storytelling, poetry recitation, elocution, enacting, science experiments, working models of battery-operated and manual devices, innovative application of scientific techniques, pot and diya decoration and painting, origami, drawing, painting, word art, 3D drawing,  sketching etc. Children also participated in different levels of Sudoku puzzle solving and logical reasoning skill tests.

On the whole the day gave kids an opportunity to learn and at the same time experiment with, explore and exhibit their non-academic abilities. The quality of involvement and participation revealed how eagerly the kids were looking forward for the day and the amount of effort that each child had put in to prepare himself/herself for the day.

Mom, Dad and Me (4.10.18)

Pre-Nursery parents along with their wards participated enthusiastically in the various indoor and outdoor events organised by the school. The activities included Colouring for the child, logical reasoning challenge for father, spot the difference for mother and races involving the whole family. Children watched their parents, especially dads, completing their tasks sincerely. Moms were seen encouraging and directing both the child and dad in completing their task.

School Choir Performance

Our school choir performed at the festival of school choirs organized by the Pune Musicale at Mahatma Phule Sanskrutik Bhavan, Fatimanagar on 25th September 2018. This festival is held every year to promote choir singing in schools. 34 schools participated this year and performed over a period of 3 days. Our school choir sang the song titled “The wishy washy washer woman” and won the audience with their melodious singing and lively, entertaining performance.

  Republic Day 2018       

Republic Day 2018 was celebrated with great pomp and revere by the school. Welcome address was delivered by Principal ma’am and thereafter the National flag was hoisted. Teaching and the non-teaching staff performed various cultural activities to pay respect to our country’s achievers and achievements. The cultural activities included patriotic dance by the Pre-Primary teachers and patriotic songs by the Primary, Pre-Primary and the non-teaching staff.

Farewell Party

         A farewell party was organized by the school for the outgoing Class IV students on the 19th of January 2018. The theme of the day was “The Universe” and the school was decorated to welcome the children with glimpses from the solar system in 3D. The day was made memorable by the performances by teachers and the support staff. Activities like tambola and DJ music were arranged for the children. An Astronomy outreach program with a 360 degree full Dome planetarium show by Dr. Udayshri Pardesi was another attraction of the day. Mr. Peter Viegas and Ms. Sheetal Janhavi provided hands on experience to the children in playing D’jembe (a percussion instrument). Principal gave away prizes to the winners of tambola. Snacks were arranged for the children during the break.    

Workshop for teachers

      Computer teacher attended the workshop conducted by Kips which gave an insight into the latest development in terms of software in the field of school computer education and in treating computer as a tool rather than just a subject. 

A talk for parents

       A talk by doctors from N.M. Wadia Institute of Cardiology, Pune on “A healthy child to a healthy adult” was organized by the school for the parents of all Classes from Pre-Nursery to Std. IV. The talks were held from the 8th to the 11th of January 2018. The doctors stressed upon the need to take initiatives by the parents to bring about change in the unhealthy life style of kids to ensure that our country stops heading towards being an obese and diabetic capital of the world.

  Creating opportunities       

A one day workshop on creating opportunities necessary for skill development was conducted on 29th October 2018 by Mr. Ravindra Naik of  Smart Champs. The highlight was a reiteration of the fact that it is necessary and essential to provide a wide range and variety of opportunities which offer different levels of difficulty to students that can make them feel ‘I can’ and ‘I could’.