Dussehera Celebration

Dusshera# Kindergarten Wing# Celebrations.

Dussehra is celebrated to mark the victory of good over evil. On this day Lord Rama killed the ten-headed demon Ravana and the day thus came to be known as Dussehra.

To mark the Dussehra celebrations, ravana making activity was organised at the Kindergarten Wing. Students prepared and decorated the effigies of Ravana.
Here is a glimpse into the enthusiastic dussehra celebrations..

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Celebrations # Dussehra
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Gandhi Jayanti Celebration

Kindergarten Gandhi Jayanti celebrations at Cambridge.

Gandhi Jayanti is observed by the entire nation to commemorate the birth anniversary of the Father of Our Nation – Mahatma Gandhi. Our young learners too celebrated Bapu’s birth anniversary with zeal, enthusiasm and with a patriotic feeling on a virtual session on 1st October 2021.

The little learners paid a tribute to Mahatma Gandhi
Spreading his idea of the three wise monkeys and how the idea is very much relevant in today’s context.

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Clay Modelling Activity

Clay modeling by Kindergarten Wing.

Clay modelling activity was organised on 21st September. Students participated with a lot of gaiety and enthusiasm.

The tactile hands on nature of clay made children get engrossed while allowing for a high degree of creativity. Under the guidance and direction of their teachers our little ones came up with their own ideas and stunning creations.
Playing and crafting with clay being kids favourite activity they learnt basic shapes techniques and gained mastery of moulding. It was a great way to develop imagination and sparkle creativity to think out of the box……!!
This outstanding sensory activity enhanced dexterity, gross and fine motor skills and helped to boost the self-confidence of the students. It promoted problem solving skills as they experimented with the building techniques and adapted to changes along the way.

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Animal Races and Games

Racing brings the running community together and forges new running friendships.
Keeping the great benefits of a good race in mind an animal race activity was organized in the online mode for Kindergarten Cambridge learners where the parents and the child made masks representing different animals and competed with each other in a race.
The little learners had great fun and thoroughly enjoyed the activity .
This activity helped learners to practice the gross motor skills at home by moving forward, backwards and side to side just like real life animals.
Here is a glimpse of the activity.

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Hindi Divas

Hindi Divas at Cambridge

Hindi diwas is celebrated on 14 of September across schools, colleges, offices, and organisations to showcase the importance of the day and the language. The day commemorates the event when Hindi was adopted as one of the official languages of India.

It is celebrated to inculcate love for Hindi language and get knowledge on importance of the Hindi Diwas.

Our students at Cambridge displayed their love towards the mother tongue through a Quiz , speeches, poetry and by making wonderful drawings and illustrations to celebrate the day.

Happy Hindi Divas !

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Ganesh Chaturthi Celebration

Ganesh Chaturthi Celebrations @ Cambridge.

Ganesh Chaturthi is a festival that commemorates the birth of Lord Ganesha.
It falls on the fourth day of the waxing of the moon in the month of August or September .It is the most cherished and important Hindu festival.
Devotees, on the occasion, bring idols of Ganesha at their homes.
Our budding learners at Cambridge International celebrated the festival with great enthusiasm and made paper idols of lord Ganesha
Here is a peek into their creativity and efforts displaying their love and reverence towards the deity.

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Teacher’s Day Celebration

Recognition#Respect#Teacher’ s Day @ Cambridge.

Teacher’s day is celebrated all over the country on September 5 to honor Dr Radhakrishnan’s remarkable approach towards education and students. It is celebrated to express appreciation towards educators and their hard work. Teacher’s day is the perfect occasion for students to show how much they appreciate them for having a tremendous impact on their lives.
The event was celebrated In School and through virtual mode. Here is a glimpse of our budding learners from Kindergarten Wing with Wonderful Teacher’s Day cards, Grade IV Assembly and Grade VII to X Cambridge students expressing their gratitude with their creative tokens of love .

Celebrations # Teacher’s Day.

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Sports Day

In the words of Dean Karnazes that sums up the spirit of sports..
Run when you can, walk if you have to, crawl if you must; just never give up.”

India’s National Sports Day is celebrated each year on 29 August which marks the birth anniversary of hockey legend Major Dhyan Chand, a legendary figure in Indian and world hockey.

Major Dhyan Chand helped India win gold medals in three consecutive Olympics

Playing sports teaches lessons of life, such as teamwork, accountability, self-confidence, responsibility, and self-discipline. Sports in school help prepare students to face the challenges of life. They enhance physical and mental abilities of students and help them achieve the goals of their life and thus
To commemorate this spirit of sports
Students at Cambridge international celebrated national sports day with great enthusiasm and fervour
Sharing a glimpse of the play day with their ecstatic smiles.

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Janmashtami Celebration

Janmashtami celebration @ Cambridge

India is a diverse country with many festivals that are celebrated throughout the year. One of these festivals is Janmashtami – the day Lord Krishna was born – and is observed with much pomp and fervour. It is also known as Krishna Janmashtami or Gokulashtami. It is marked on the eighth day of the dark fortnight in the month of August.
To celebrate this our young learners at Cambridge poured their creativity by drawing colourful and vibrant pictures of lord Krishna.

Here is a glimpse of their endeavour.

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Spellathon

Spell a thon @ Cambridge.

Spellathon refers to a spell bee event which requires students to identify the words and spell them out in different conditions with varying difficulty levels. These little tasks are a good way to improve pronunciations and enrich vocabulary.

Cambridge conducted the event in both formats – Virtual and Physical , to develop literacy and cognitive skills amongst the participants.

The event tested the linguistic skills of students and also helped the students to have the the required language tools to better convey their thoughts.

Our learners at Cambridge participated enthusiastically and had great fun while learning.

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