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Event Start Date : 27/10/2023 Event End Date 06/11/2023

1. पाँचवीं (कैंब्रिज) के विद्यार्थियों द्वारा कबीर के दोहों को गायन के रूप में प्रस्तुत किया गया l सभी विद्यार्थियों ने अत्यंत उत्साह के साथ 'दोहा गायन क्रियाकलाप' में भाग लियाl संत कबीरदास भक्तिकाल के प्रमुख कवियों में गिने जाते हैं।कबीर दास जी ने लोगों को एकता के सूत्र का पाठ पढ़ाया। कबीर दास जी का मानना था कि परमात्मा की तलाश में हम दर-दर भटकते रहते हैं।वह तो हमारे अंदर हैं, बस हम अज्ञानवश उसे देख नहीं पाते। सभी विद्यार्थी कबीर के व्यक्तित्व से प्रभावित हुए।

क्रियाकलाप की झलक इस प्रकार है-
2. In class 8 Cambridge, we conducted an activity to analyze the India-Pakistan cricket match held on 14th October using statistical concepts. They collected data on player performance, such as runs scored, wickets taken, and other key statistics. Through this analysis, they gained insights into the match dynamics and learned how statistics can be applied to sports events for a deeper understanding of the game.
3. Class 7 (Cambridge)engaged in a creative activity centered around report card making, incorporating the concept of percentages. Students calculated subject-wise percentages and designed report cards to showcase their grades. This hands-on approach to math and art enhanced their understanding of percentages and provided a fun learning experience.
4. Class 6 : Cambridge Maths Ratio
Students learn the concept of ratio using a colouring graph grid with 5 different colours and then determining the number of boxes coloured for each colour.
They understand the comparison of two quantities of the same kind by division 
And how to express that in a mathematical format.
5. Class: 4I and J
Activity: Understanding and Comparing parachutes 
Learners made two parachutes of dimensions 10*10 and 20*20 cm, respectively, and attached two identical weights like paper cups and small toys.
They conducted a fair test and dropped both the parachutes from the same height and investigated the effect of drag or air resistance exerted by the two parachutes.
Learners participated enthusiastically, used their scientific temperament during investigation, and drew findings and conclusions.
This also encouraged collaboration, communication, and teamwork as students pooled their ideas and findings. 
6. Together We Can !
Students of Class 2 Cambridge had an exciting time as they learnt about various ways to save life under water(SDG 14) and painted their favourite sea animal using the Q tip technique.
The activity was a part of Creative Expressions Creative expression which helps them to  articulate their feelings and thoughts.They think critically about their world and practice visual communication.
Keep learning!
Keep growing!
7. Students of Class 2 Cambridge presented a spectacular shadow show using puppets and hand formations.They were delighted to see how a shadow grows when a light source is near and how it minimises when the source is far.
Excited eyes and cheerful faces were to be seen all around in the classes.
Keep learning!
Keep growing!
8. Cambridge Class 3* 
*Subject - Social Studies* 
*Topic - Fire Farming and* *Wheel.* 
*Activity - Early Humans as orators of life lessons*
We know that early humans lived a hard life. Diving deep into their lives ,their discoveries and inventions, many important life lessons can be learnt.
For the activity , Students were shown few quotes and pictures related with values of life.
They were given the opportunity to recount and explain how early humans teach them the values presented to them.
Few of the values learnt includes
-Always try your best.
-Failure leads to success
-Nurture the Nature
- A simple life is a beautiful life.
-Be fearless
9. ‘Fun and Science are inseparable.’
Engaging Science Activities  were performed by the students of Class 7K.  This made learning a fun filled experience and decorated  the class with vibrant colours and vibrant smiles . Some activities performed were Dancing Raisins , RGB LED , cleaning of silver , Electrolysis etc.
The students learnt about different types of ecosystems by presenting different models. The students worked in pairs and presented the models along with mesmerising ppts.
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