PRESIDIANS SCORES ANOTHER WHOPPING VICTORY IN UP STATE LEVEL CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP
Moments of celebration come every day to Presidium! Our young chess champions outplayed their competitors with their exceptional performance in the UP State Level Chess Championship held between 17th to 19th July,2015 at Mahamaya Stadium, Noida. Among 34 female and 96 male participants, Anshika Thapliyal of Grade II and Shanya Mishra of Grade III of Presidium Indirapuram scored 4 points out of 5. And, their selection for the Nationals added to joy. Hooray girls, make your way!!
PRESIDIANS SHINE AT THE UP STATE CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP
of celebration come every day to Presidium! Our young chess champions outplayed
their competitors with their exceptional performance in the UP State Level
Chess Championship held between 17th to 19th July,2015 at Mahamaya
Stadium, Noida. Among 34 female and 96 male participants, Anshika
Thapliyal of Grade II and Shanya Mishra of Grade III of Presidium Indirapuram
scored 4 points out of 5. And, their selection for the Nationals added to joy.
Hooray girls, make your way!!
SHARP MINDS FROM PRESIDIUM LEAVE THEIR MARK AT THE OLYMPIADS
Our megaminds conquer the Science, Cyber and Mathematic Olympiads!
Our young genius VANSHIKA GUPTA of Grade 3 from Presidium Dwarka 22, secured a State rank at 7th position in National Cyber Olympiad (NCO). She also secured a State rank at 12th position in National Science Olympiad (NSO) & a State rank at 8th position in International Mathematic Olympiad (IMO). She was also awarded a Trophy and cash of Rs. 5000
Our brilliant young SHAARAV RAO of Grade 3 from Presidium Dwarka 22, secured a State rank at 9th position in NCO and secured a State rank of 11th in NSO.
Our intelligent young mind ISHAN CHANANA of Grade 4 from Presidium Dwarka 22, secured a State rank of 13th in IMO and IEO.
Congratulations Vanshika, Shaarav and Ishan! We are proud of you all!
PRESIDIUM'S FACULTY ATTENDS NATIONAL LIFE SKILLS AND WELLNESS PROGRAMME
Presidium’s faculty from Gurgaon Senior attended an informative program organized by Expressions India on ‘National Life Skills, Values Education and Wellness’. It was held on 15 July 2015 at Moolchand Medicity.
Dr Jitendra Nagpal, Program Director, Expressions India, addressed the audience and said that, “the need of the hour is to connect with the students. Connectivity is the hallmark of teachers' relation with the students. Teachers' behaviour impacts the students for the entire life. In today's scenario, when India is grappling with life style disorders, cyber addiction, junk food addiction, role of a teacher as a counsellor has become crucial.”
The chief guest, Ms Nidhi Sirohi shared some valuable inputs from her own personal experiences. In her opinion, there is a need to sensitize teachers about the various issues and problems of the students. A good rapport between a teacher and a student helps the student to confide in a teacher.
Dr. Ruchika, a Clinical Psychologist explained the importance of appropriate body language and careful choice of words while dealing with children with problems.
Dr Pooja conducted an activity wherein all the participants were divided into groups and asked to list common emotional, behavioural and learning problems in children. The activity was followed by a very interactive discussion about the solution to these problems.
Senior Psychologist, Saima Nafis Khan discussed the adolescent’s mental health scenario in India. The session was winded up by Dr.Ruchika who discussed a few case studies, suggestions and remedial actions to be taken up by a teacher.
It was a great opportunity for our faculty members to gain an insight into the relationship between a teacher and student and the importance of dealing with children’s problems.
PRESIDIUM’S DELHI STATE AQUATIC CHAMPIONS SHINE AT THE NATIONALS
We are proud of our top-notch swimmers from Presidium,
Dwarka 16B! Our champ Parth Ghoyla of Grade IX bagged 5th position in 50-metre
freestyle. Dhruv Bajaj, our wonder boy of Grade VI bagged 6th position in
200-metre freestyle and 5th position in 100-metre butterfly and freestyle at
the National Aquatic Championship held on 13-19 July at Pune.
PRESIDIUM WINS THE PRESTIGIOUS INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AWARD-BY BRITISH COUNCIL
AWARDED TO ASHOK VIHAR, INDIRAPURAM, GURGAON SENIOR AND DWARKA 16B
Presidium has been accredited by the British Council International School Award (ISA) for instilling a global dimension into curriculum. This award marks a positive impact on bringing up students with the awareness of cultures of other nations, while encouraging the understanding of their very own culture.
The ISA is a benchmarking scheme that accredits schools as having an outstanding level of support for nurturing global citizenship in young people as well as enriching teaching and learning.
The award is managed by the British Council, which is the United Kingdom's international organization for educational opportunities and cultural relations. It creates international opportunities for people all over the world and builds trust between them worldwide.
ISA was piloted in India in 2003 and today more than 1200 schools in India have been accredited. The range of schools participating in ISA varies from the well-resourced private schools to government schools from rural areas and schools for the less advantaged communities.
This award provides a framework for schools to develop an action plan and implement international activities throughout the year, and encourages schools to collaborate with overseas schools to create a rich learning experience for students through use of ICT, creative pedagogical practices and real context for learning.
PRESIDIUM SCHOOLS SIGN PARTNERSHIP WITH UN INFORMATION CENTRE
Presidium Schools sign partnership with UN Information Centre
Yet another landmark achievement for Presidium!
Presidium Schools and UN Information Centre (UNIC), have signed an agreement on 10th July2015 to collaborate in partnership with American Center & Alma College Michigan, USA for ensuring a Grand Success of the Presidium MUN Conference 2015.
Presidium MUN is the first conference in the country to be accorded the use of the 70th anniversary Logo of United Nations - 'Strong UN /Better World'.
The UNIC Presidium collaboration has several unique distinctions:
- Joint invitations,signed by Director UNIC and Chairperson Presidium.
- Certificates for all trainees jointly signed by Director UNIC and Chairperson Presidium.
- Participation and award certificates jointly signed by Director UNIC and Chairperson Presidium.
- Concurrent audit administered by UNIC to ensure delivery of an outstanding PMUN 2015 Conference.
- Final Resolutions of the committees will be handed over to Director UNIC at a formal ceremony at her office.The same will be sent to the related committees at UN, New York city.
- Distinguished dignitaries at the opening and closing ceremonies include HE Ambassador of Afghanistan, Director UNIC, Director UN WOMEN, and Professor Derick Hulme.
Great going Presidium!
CHAIRPERSON-THE PARENTING EXPERT AT BIG FM 92.7
Our Chairperson, Mrs. Sudha Gupta shared her thoughts on ‘Positive Parenting’ on one of the leading FM channels of Delhi, BIG 92.7. The show called ‘Big Memsab’ was aired on 9th July and it was an informative one hour discussion on the subject of positive parenting.
PRESIDIANS CAME AWAY WITH TREMENDOUS VICTORY AT LEH LEH SPORTS - BADMINTON TOURNAMENT
Presidians shine brightest once again with their outstanding
win in the Leh Leh Sports – Badminton Tournament that held at Thyagraj Stadium
on 5th July, 2015. Among the 300 participants from different schools, Namit
Agarwal came up as winner in Doubles and runner-up in Singles , Jushya Rattan
came up as winner in Doubles, and Asmi
Rohera came up as winner in Singles. Entire Presidium family is proud of you,
guys. Set new limits!!
PRESIDIANS BAGGED LAURELS IN GEOMATY 2015
Winners reside in those who never quit! Our young talents
stood by this maxim and bagged laurels in Geomaty 2015 held at Amity
International School, Noida on 4 July, 2015. More than 25 schools of Delhi NCR
participated in this competition. Our budding artists from Grade 4 and 5
secured 2nd Position in Dance Drama, and artists of Grade 6 and 7 carried off
consolation prizes in Folk Dance and face painting. We are proud of you, and
wish you great luck for greater achievements!