Poem Elocution

#ENGLISHELOCUTION – #HIGHLIGHTINGTALENT

“Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words.” –Robert Frost.

This quote is so true as the students of Cambridge displayed their talent in poetry in an #ElocutionCompetition and #PoetryRecitation held on Saturday, 18th May 2024.

The Primary School conducted the #EnglishRecitationCompetition for Classes I to IV , followed by #PoemElocution by upper grades. The event is in an attempt to promote #Englishspeakingskills, in terms of #pronunciation, #delivery, and #voicemodulation, and to #develop English in its spoken form. The poems selected were varied and very enjoyable.

The participants were confident and well-poised, as they conducted the proceedings of the competition. All the participants performed exceptionally well, winning accolades from the audience. The competition gave a lot of encouragement and confidence to the performers and to all the students present.

The young and gifted #orators won the hearts of the judges, who were overwhelmed by their oratory skills and preparation. This was followed by the announcing of the #winners, amidst thunderous applauding. The confidence, expression and talent of the young ones made the event truly memorable.

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World Telecommunication and Information Society Day

World Telecommunication Day is celebrated annually on 17th May since 1969, marking the founding of ITU and signing of the first #InternationalTelegraphConvention in 1865.

Cambridge Kindergarten Wing marked the day with a plethora of activities. The main aimed to highlight the importance of communication and how information travels across the world. The celebrations were intended to help raise awareness of the possibilities that the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) can bring to societies together.

The young learners participated in a number of fun activities that helped them understand that #Telecommunication is the key to human connection and brings a beacon of hope to millions across the globe.

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Block Building Competition

Block by Block, We Learn and Grow-Kindergarten Block Building Competition.

Building blocks of all varieties have been a toy of choice as they support development and learning.

A BLOCK BUILDING competition was held at Cambridge for kindergarten learners on 16th and 17th May, 2024. The young learners were given blocks,cones and cups of different shapes, sizes and with instructions from class educators, step by step, they arranged and organized the blocks, creating different models.

Such activities open the door to creativity and problem-solving. It also encourages colour recognition, hand-eye coordination and also problem-solving by looking at the pattern print out to work out how many blocks are needed to recreate.

Such competitions stimulate learning in all developmental areas: physical, intellectual, social and language.

Learning with building blocks was truly enjoyable.

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International Family Day

Celebrating International Family Day at Cambridge: Building Connections and Making Memories.

“When there is no light, the family will guide you home. When you feel alone, there is a family to call your own.”

The #InternationalFamilyDay is observed on the 15 May every year as proclaimed by the #UNGeneralAssembly in 1993 that reflects the importance the international community attaches to families.

Cambridge Kindergarten Wing celebrated Family Day on 15th May, 2024. Various activities were organized for the tiny tots to realize and perceive the #value of family in their life. It enabled the students to recognize that the family provides a #senseofbelonging and a #uniqueidentity to them. It also created a special emotional feeling in the students about their family.

The activities included #art&craft work, in which children were given an opportunity to express their feelings about their family. The students were asked to make the #familytree with their family photographs and names pasted on it.

Fun filled activity oriented worksheets were prepared by the teachers to instill the message that family is like branches on a tree, that grows in different directions yet the root remains the same.

It was a day full of fun and excitement for the students and would definitely be a memorable day in their life.

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Mother’s Day

Cherishing the bond- Mother’s Day celebrations at Cambridge International School.

“Mother love is the fuel that enables a normal human being to do the impossible.” – Marion C. Garretty

Mothers are a perfect amalgamation of #love, #devotion and #sacrifice. The bond between a mother and her child is inexplicable and to celebrate this bond, Mother’s Day was observed at #Cambridge on 9th May, 2024.

The #KindergartenWing of School celebrated the day with great #zeal and #exuberance to foster the social and emotional health of the learners through motherly love and compassion.

Our little learners made the day special with heartwarming activities compiled by the teachers for the wonderful mothers. A myriad of presentations by learners helped them express their #gratitude and #respect for their mothers.The highlight of the event was the dazzling #rampwalk by our incredible mothers.

Heartfelt messages, #songs #Tambola and a beautifully #choreographeddance by the young learners made the day special for all mothers present. It was a memorable event to witness how precious Mother’s unconditional love for each of us.

Wishing all mothers a joyful Mother’s Day!

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Inter House Skating & Kho-Kho Competition

Inter House Skating & Kho-Kho Competition.

“Every champion was once a contender that refused to give up.”

Sports play a major role in shaping a child’s personality. At Cambridge, our constant efforts are to develop the personalities of our children by nurturing every aspect of their lives.

For the holistic development of our learners, incorporating sports into the school curriculum is a must!

The school organized an Inter-house #Skating competition for grades III and IV and a #Kho-Kho competition for grades V and VI on April 29th and 30th respectively.

All the players put their best efforts. The Sports Incharges, along with the SRIM Centre for Sports Excellence, organized the event.

Congratulations to all the winners and appreciation for the true sportsmanship showcased by the players.

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Athletics Day

Celebrating Athletics Day – Vibrant moment of health and fitness at Cambridge.

Sports and athletics have always been a way to foster physical abilities, confidence, and skill among individuals.

The young learners of our Kindergarten Wing showcased unparalleled athleticism, teamwork, and zest as they participated in energetic thrilling activities, gripping every moment infused with #enthusiasm and #joy.

The vibrant atmosphere was filled with #excitement, painting a picture of sheer delight and determination.

Kindergarten educators along with Sports educator planned the events that included #relays, #obstacleraces, #hulahoop and other engaging sporting event.
The educators also captured every remarkable moment, adding to the #memories of this extraordinary day .

Cambridge salutes the #resilience, #sportsmanship, and #collaborativespirit of our tiny tots. Their talent and positive energy was an inspiration to all as they embark on a journey of greatness -both on and off the field!

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Labour Day

Happy Labour Day 2024!
“No work is insignificant. All labour that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance and should be undertaken with painstaking excellence.” – Martin Luther King Jr.
Commemorating the theme of #InternationalLabour’s Day, the students of grade VI presented a Special assembly on 30th April,2024. The assembly started with prayers followed by a small skit related to the topic.The skit highlighted the need to celebrate the economic and social achievements of workers. The underlying message of the play was the contributions of workers need to be recognized in society.
This was followed by a short speech highlighting the significance and background of Labour Day across the world, sensitizing the audience on the importance of appreciating people for their hard work.
To appreciate, acknowledge and #value the services of our support staff a number of #funactivities were organised in the campus.
As a gesture of gratitude, the students served #snacks to the support staff of the school. The children of the Foundational Wing too expressed their gratitude towards their nannies and housekeeping staff with handmade cards filled with words of praise.
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Talent Hunt Activity

“Your talent is God’s gift to you. What you do with it is your gift back to God”. – Leo Buscaglia.

We at #Cambridge not only focus on quality education and values, but also bring out the hidden talents of our young students. Young children, as we believe have an ocean of hidden talent amongst them and to nurture their intrinsic qualities, Cambridge organized – “KHOJ” – A #TALENTHUNTACTIVITY
that provided a platform and gave an opportunity to students to showcase their unique skills and talents to their fellow students and to the school community.

The purpose of the activity was to nurture #intrinsicqualities and remove the #fearofstage among students, which helps in personality development.

Talent Hunt is one such event that gives students a platform to represent their talents in any field. It helps students show their abilities and motivates them to come upfront and show their hidden potential.

Students participated enthusiastically and displayed their abilities magnificently. They showcased their skills and displayed their talent in poem recitation, singing, dance, acts, smokeless cooking, music, fashion show, rap, art & craft, mimicry, block building, skating to name a few.

The young talent, with their creative minds and innate caliber, were at their best.

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International Dance Day

#InternationalDanceDay

Learning, thought, creativity, and intelligence don’t just come from the brain alone but from the entire body. Movement combinations increase memory, order, and sequencing skills.

Creating dances also increases self-esteem, which is very important to learning. Knowing that dance has positive effects on students’ development, a #DanceActivity was organised at #Cambridge for the #KindergartenWing on 29th April to celebrate the International Dance Day.

The young learners displayed innovative dance moves with unique steps and rhythms as they happily moved their feet. Also, their repertoire of dance numbers was quite amazing! Some children choose to create their own dances, and that was a joy to watch.

Dance has also been proven to increase cognitive development.
Utilizing dance in academics also helps children develop skills that are necessary for learning, such as creativity, communication, critical thinking, and collaboration. Through the creative process, students were encouraged to use their imagination, collaborate with their peers to solve problems, and discover multiple solutions to challenges.

As the Kindergarten rocked the floor with their beautiful attire and moves, we hope that all of our children never lose their desire to play #music and #dance!

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