1st September 2015                                                                          Circular No. 15 – 16 /TMS/14                        

Dear Parents / Guardians,                                   

Greetings from The Millennium Team!                                                                  

Theme Of the month: Virtue

Value: Honoring Our Facilitators

Classes-I-V

Activities for the month:

3rd September 2015: Janamashtami: Special Assembly (Class I-V) To celebrate the birth of Lord Krishna i.e Janamashtami, a Special Assembly will be conducted by the Students.They will decorate Matkis to mark the occassion. The material for the same will be provided by the School.

4th September 2015: Teacher’s Day: Special Assembly: (Class I-V): 5th September is the birthday of the First President of India and above all a great Teacher, Dr Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan. This day is celebrated as Teacher’s Day, a mark of tribute to the contribution made by teachers for the society. They play a pivotal role in shaping the future citizens of the Country A Special Assembly will be conducted to honour the teachers and show gratitude and appreciation towards them.

7thSeptember 2015-14th September 2015: Hindi Week (Class I-V):Hindi Diwas will be celebrated to show the significance and importance of Hindi. It is an initiative to ensure mass participation of the children to make them self-reliant and productive individuals in various literary activities, which would enhance their ability to express themselves confidently in Hindi.

The schedule for the week will be:

Date

Activity

Classes

7th September 2015    

Sulekh Pratiyogita

I, II & III

7th September  2015

Creative WritingCompetition

IV & V

8th September 2015

Recitation Competition

III

9th September 2015 

Recitation Competition

II

10th September 2015

Recitation Competition

I

Topics For Hindi Recitation: Meri Adhyapika, Mera Desh, Meri Maa, Mera Vidhalaya & Prakriti (Vriksha, Nadi, etc.). Select any one topic for the same.

Note: The poem should not be from the course book.

The Students of Classes I&II are supposed to learn a poem of 8-10 lines and students of Classes III must learn a poem of 10-15 lines. No extra marks will be given for the props. They need to come in their School Uniform.

Criteria for Judgement: Content, Clarity & Presentation.

Date

Activity

Classes

10th September 2015

Laghu Natika

V

11th September 2015

Laghu Natika

IV

14th September 2015

Special Assembly

I – V

 

8th September 2015: National Literacy Day- (Classes III-IV): International Literacy Day is observed Worldwide on September, 2015.It aims to highlight the importance of literacy to individuals, communities and societies. It focuses on the link between Literacy and Peace. A Special Assembly will be conducted to mark the occasion.

 14th September 2015: Culmination Of Hindi Week: (Class I-V):  A Special Assembly will be conducted.

21st September 2015: My Idea Of Peace (Class IV-V):The International Day of Peace is observed annually on 21September. It is dedicated to World Peace, specifically to strengthen the ideals of Peace, both within and among Nations and people. A Special Assembly will be conducted to mark the occasion. A series of activities will be conducted to spread the message of peace.

Activities for the day:

Classes I-III -The Students will develop their aesthetic skills by making Peace Candles. The material for the same will be provided in the School.

Classes IV-V: Intra School Radio Show-Peace Day The Students will participate in an Intra-Class Radio Show Competition. This is a medium through which they can spread awareness of Peace and Brotherhood. The Facilitators will guide the Students for the same.

24th September 2015: Id-Ul-Zuha (Classe I-II): Id-ul-Zuha (Bakr-Id), which is also known as Eid al-Adha or Id-ul-Adha, is a festival that many Muslims celebrate with special prayers, greetings and gifts. A Special Assembly will be conducted by the Students to mark the occassion.

30th September 2015: Polka Dots Party (Class I&II): It’s time to have fun. Students need to wear a dress with Polka Dots. Parents are requested to send some yummy snacks(round in shape) in the lunch box to help their ward enjoy the  Party

 

Warm regards,

Rachna Sharma                                                                                                  Madhu Tandon

Academic Coordinator                                                                                       Principal

 

 

Date: 
Wednesday, September 2, 2015