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Greater Noida School showcases projects by young learners

The exhibition was graced by Dr. Suraj Prasad, Senior Chief Medical Officer, Kailash Hospital

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It is rightly said by the renowned physicist, Albert Einstein, “Genius is when an idea and the execution of that idea are simultaneous.”

To encourage scientific temper and the spirit of enquiry amongst students, Apeejay International School, Greater Noida recently organised an annual exhibition titled, ‘Impressions and Expressions’ in the school. The chief guest for the event was Dr. Suraj Prasad from Kailash Hospital, Greater Noida. 

The exhibition commenced with the ceremonial lighting of the lamp followed by a melodious performance of ‘Ganesh Vandana.’

Students from classes Nursery to 2 presented their thematic projects themed ‘Joy of Learning.’ They were assigned different activities like bottle painting, socks puppet-making, creating mathematical shapes using different objects, and so on. These activities enhanced their knowledge and made them aware about their surroundings.

Students of Kindergarten worked on projects themed, ‘Healthy Living.’ They prepared various healthy dishes with their grandparents and presented their efforts in the form of videos and pictures. The idea was to exhibit a healthy lifestyle and skills. Under the theme, ‘Health and Hygiene’ class 1 students made collages about good habits and healthy food items. ‘My Cosmic World’ was the subject of enquiry for class 2 students. Under this theme, they created representations of the solar system and Pictionary. They even prepared songs and poems based on the planets.

Students of classes 3 to 8 exhibited their projects and models on ‘Sustainable Development Goals’ (SDGs). Young learners from class 3 highlighted how life would be underwater. Class 4 students focussed on life on land and class 5 worked towards good health and wellbeing. ‘Climate Action, Clean Water and Sanitisation’ were some themes on which class 6 students displayed their projects. Class 7 students learnt about ‘Gender Equality’ and class 8 presented ‘Renewable and Affordable Energy’ schemes.

All projects, models and assignments were designed by students to enhance their knowledge about global concerns. These were put up in the exhibition and were appreciated by the parents and teachers. While working on their models, students were able to enhance their creative skills and got an opportunity to learn through hands-on practice.

The chief guest along with the school’s Principal, Dr. Sarita Pande surveyed the exhibition and further interacted with the students about each of their projects. Dr. Prasad addressed the gathering with a motivational speech on how technology has made things more efficient. He mentioned, “There are endless possibilities and unlimited opportunities in the field of science.” 

The Principal extended her gratitude to him and congratulated all the students for their efforts. “The exhibition was held to provide a platform for children to display their knowledge, creativity, investigative skills and talent. It boosted their confidence as they felt appreciated for their creative talent,” she says.

The exhibition was open to all the parents and students of the school and it  was a fun and enriching experience for all students, parents, teachers and staff. 

Mrini Devnani is a Senior Correspondent and Marketing Coordinator at Newsroom. She covers student achievements, interviews and contributions for the website. She was a former Correspondent covering Edutech for the India Today Group, and has passion for Social Media and Digital Marketing. You can reach her at [email protected]

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