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English Quiz Competition – Grade 3 to 8

English Quiz Competition On 21st June 2016 English Quiz Competition was organized by the department of Cambridge English for the students of Grades 3-8. The mind-boggling rounds of questions related to spellings, word search, parts of speech, idioms & riddles along with visuals were exhilarating. Students participated with enthuse and showed their learning about the most loved language of the world-English. The winners of the event were well appreciated. Such events, no doubt encourage the children and provide them extended learning which is of paramount importance.

 

INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY ON 21st JUNE 2016

INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY ON 21st JUNE 2016 Cambridge wing of KHGS Celebrated International Yoga Day on 21st June 2016.The students of Grades 3rd to 10th participated in the event. Various yoga postures and asanas including pranayam and meditation were illustrated before the students. The students were also enlightened on the benefits of yoga, yogic exercises and recharge the body with cosmic energy and promote self-healing process. It removes negative blocks from the mind and toxins from the body, helps in attaining focus and concentration that is especially important for the students. Students were very excited to learn how to remain healthy and energetic and enjoyed Yoga session a lot.

 SCHOOL READINESS SKILLS

 Children in the Primary section at Kennedy at the Cambridge wing have lot of extracurricular activities in addition to their academics. These activities are intended to develop in children good cogitative skills, psycho motor skills encourage positive behavior and social skills that will help the children to learn better. Getting up early in the morning and following the morning routine sometimes becomes a tedious process for the parents. The children of Grade 2 did an activity \”Getting ready to school\” that would motivate them to take care of them as well as get ready to school. The children were asked to bring an extra pair of clothing for the activity. They were given specific time within which they had to get ready. All the children participated in the activity with great enthusiasm. Many of the children could complete the activity within the specified time while others needed a little help from the teachers. All the children loved this activity and promised to be more independent when it comes to get ready for school.

 

 

 Gearing the young minds for a new beginning

 Most of the schools opened for this academic session in June with lots of learning and activities in store for the children. When most children are engrossed in the world of learning and teachers busy with teaching, the tiny tots of grade 1 in Kennedy High the Global school in the CIPP wing started this academic session in a unique way. They started their session with a “Fresher’s Party” to make the learning process more exciting and interesting. The teachers at Kennedy came up with the novel idea of making the children feel more comfortable by organizing the “Fresher’s Party” . The Grade2 children hosted the Fresher’s party for the juniors (Grade 1). And conducted many fun filled activities. The grand welcome was a pleasant surprise for Grade 1. The programme commenced with the prayer song and introduction by the teachers. The students of grade1 came up to the stage confidently and introduced themselves . Some of the children also presented songs, poems and dance. The second graders entertained their juniors with many dances . The highlight of the “Fresher’s day “ was choosing “Mr Fresher” and Ms Fresher all the kids seemed eligible for this position but the best ones were given the prize . The children were given special memento. The winners were happy with all smiles and all other children went up to the stage to congratulate them. The first graders trotted home beaming with joy signifying their love for the school ,their teachers and their new class.

Science Activity on 5th July 2016

On 5th July, the students of Grades 3 to 8 participated in science activities on topics like Habitat, Farming and Genetic Engineering. The students were required to collect the information and create a poster on the given topics. They were given the opportunity to use their creative, literary and art skills to bring out some of the most informative and creative posters. The students thoroughly enjoyed the activity as they were pleasantly surprised by the amount of new information, which they collected and learned during the course of this activity.

 

Maths Competition on 28th June

Cambridge students of Grades 3 to 8 took part in various Mathematics Competitions on 28th June. While the students of Grades 3-4 prepared the number stories, Grade 5 prepared the designs using 2D shapes and Grade 6 prepared the 3D models. Grade 7 & 8 students were required to collect data on the given topic, use various graphical presentations techniques (which help in faster and easier interpretation of data) and present in form of eye catching posters. The objective of these activities was to provide a challenging and engaging mathematical experience which was both competitive and educational. The judges were surprised and awed by the quality work and had a tough time judging the best. It was a good educational experience for the students indeed!!.

The Felicitation Ceremony

Cambridge Wing of KHGS felicitated the meritorious students of Grades 1-10 for their stupendous academic performance in session 2015-16 on 5th July’2016. Respected Chairman Sir, Principal Ma’am and CIE Coordinator felicitated the confident scholars who were beaming with pride and enthusiasm. Meritorious students were awarded with Proficiency Awards and All Rounder Awards. The students were also awarded for being disciplined and regular to school in the form of Attendance Awards and Discipline awards. Chairman Sir stressed that there is no shortcut to success and scrupulous time table, untiring efforts, clear goal, self confidence & firm determination can only bring success. The students were delighted and enjoyed the reward of their hard work and tireless efforts.

Toy’s Day Out

Children love to play games and have fun. Playing with toys and games are inseparable in the growing years of a child. When a child doesn\’t have enough space to play games and play with the toys, children turn to computer games, video games or mobile games. Some child development experts feel that video games and computer games affect the behavior pattern of the child and slow down his communication and physical skills. In order to help the children be more active and reignite an interest in playing with toys, a \’Toy Day\’ was organised in Grade 2 in the Cambridge Wing on -June 15th during the house activity period. This activity was intended to develop good communication and thinking skills in children, as toys provide some opportunity for children to learn. This also helps the children to imagine and encourage them to interact with others. The children were asked to bring a toy and speak a little about their toy. There were different types of toys which children brought which included stuffed toys, barbie dolls, remote controlled cars etc. The activity started with the children first displaying their toys in the class room. Each child then spoke about their toys and how they spend time playing with their toys. Some of them created imaginative stories and poems about their toys. All the children loved the activity. Children were given time to interact with their friends and know more about their toys . The activity concluded with a small talk on the \’benefits of playing with toys\’ by Ms. Aparna, teacher of Grade 2B.

 

Mock restaurant activity

A Mock Restaurant activity was organized in the school dining hall, on Wednesday, 19th July 2016 for the 1st Graders and 2nd Graders of the Cambridge wing, of Kennedy High the global school. This activity was intended to inculcate good table manners in children. The students were excited to bring different food items for the activity. The first session of the activity began when the teachers of Grades 1 Grade 2 explained to the children about the importance of table manners, which were as follows. • Wash your hands before and after the meal Pray before having your meal. • Wait until everyone is served food then start eating. • Spread the napkin on the lap . • To take small bites and chew with the mouth closed • Not to talk while having food. • How to use a spoon and fork • Which cutlery to use when faced with a choice (smaller fork for cake, bigger spoon for soup, for example) Children were very attentive through out the activity. The second session began when children were served food ,which they brought from home. It was the turn for the children to put the rules into practice at the dining table. All the children followed the instructions given to them. This activity was a great learning experience for the them .All the students enjoyed the food and the activity.

Mock Elections 2016

Mock elections were held on 19th July 2016 to display the significance of Democratic form of Government. Students of Grades 5 & 6 enthusiastically participated in Mock Elections and the selected candidates prepared Manifestos and Logos .The students also prepared voter ID cards for themselves. On the assigned day, students eagerly cast their votes for their choice of candidate. Votes were counted and the results were declared to the students’ delight. Students had a great fun performing their civic duty. Though this was a small step in educating children about the election process through role play, it is likely to yield rich dividends. Students now understand their role in the process, the importance of voting and the possibility of using it properly to herald changes in the world.

 Heroes from the past activity

 “Heroes from the past” social activity was organised for Grade 3 & 4 on 19th July. The students were asked to find the information about their hero and present the information in the form of a PPT. The students explored various options like world leaders- Mahatama Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, Barack Obama, and social workers like Mother Teresa and aptly understood the concept that Heroes don’t need to fly or shoot lasers from their eyes to be the one who saves countless lives. They don’t need super-strength or super-speed to be there, in someone’s hour of need. They are just the ordinary people trying to do the right things.

French Activity

In today’s world, learning one foreign language is very important as it enriches the mind and opens up new horizons, both personal and professional. In this direction French makes a major contribution to preserving linguistic diversity in the world and avoiding the exclusive domination of a single language in today’s globalised world. The students in Cambridge wing of Kennedy High the Global School are having opportunity to learning French as second language. On 27th July, many enjoyable French Vocabulary building activities were organised for the students of Grades 3 & 4.The topics for Grade 3 “Au Supermarche’’ ( at the supermarket) and “ Ma Famille” for Grade 4 ( My Family). The Family tree was drawn by Grade 4 students and students of Grade 3 wrote names of their favourite fruits and vegetables. Later one quiz on supermarket vocabulary was conducted where they learnt the vocabulary of different products eg. Milk= du lait, vegetables = les légume, apple = pomme etc. The students had a great time indeed enriching their French Vocabulary!!

 

 English Poem Recitation Competition

 Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words-” Robert Frost “Poetry “is a form of literary art which uses aesthetic and rhythmic qualities. It is a verbal composition designed to convey experiences, ideas, or emotions in a vivid and imaginative way. To develop good communication and presentation skill a Poetry recitation competition was organized on Wednesday, 27th July 2016 for the 1st and 2nd Graders of the Cambridge wing, of Kennedy High the global school. The competition was held in respective classrooms. All the students prepared well for the competition. The students recited the poems with good expression and actions. The students were judged on Eye contact, body language, and poise for which they were given marks. Conducting a Poetry recitation competition for children is important as it builds confidence and gives them a chance to express their feelings. Among all the students who participated three winners were selected from Grade 1 and three winners were selected from Grade 2.

 

World History Activity

On Tuesday 19th July 2016 house activity (social studies) on Egyptian hieroglyphics was conducted for grades 7 & 8. The students took part in many fun filled and informative activities to understand the concept in detail. The group activity included preparation of posters related to information about Hieroglyphics. The students also wrote their names in this ancient language and thus they learnt how different this ancient language and could thus decipher its differentiation with modern language.

 

Fancy Ramp Walk-Rampa de Paseo

Scholastic and co scholastic activities have an equal importance in school programme for the all round development of a child. Keeping this in view, we at Kennedy High the Global School conducted the Fancy Ramp walk-Ramp a de Pasco for the Grades 3 to 8. The purpose of conducting the competition was not only to blend learning with fun but also to develop confidence in the students by giving them an opportunity to get on the stage and speak before an audience. Students dressed up in their colorful costumes and spoke a few sentences on the character that they depicted. Their effort and hard work of children was highly commendable. Students were dressed up as Clowns, Hat Seller, Fruit Princess, Superman, Iron Man, Flower, Earth, Recycle Queen, Waiter, Goddess, Princess, Witch, Vampire, Chinese, Folk Dancers, Businessman, Actors, and Athletes and Characters from Books etc. The competition proved to be great learning experience for the students and gave them a platform to explore their hidden talents.

 

 

Special Assembly on Janamashtami

Cambridge wing of Kennedy High the Global School celebrated Janamashtami, the birthday of ‘Lord Krishna,’ with religious values, gaiety and enthusiasm in the school premises. A special assembly was conducted by Grade 4B students on 25th August. The event commenced with a brief introduction by Shrishti, which was followed by various other activities. The students depicted the various phases of Lord Krishna’s life. The main attraction of the programme was the ‘Matki Fodh’ which culminated with a breathtaking Dandiya on a melodious number. Many tiny tots were dressed like Lord Krishna and beautiful Radhikas. The students were apprised about the importance of the festival.

 

 Math Activity – Grade 7 & 8

 

Math Activity-“Discovering the Magical Pi” was conducted for Grade 7 & 8 students on 23rd August. The students drew circles of different sizes, measured the circumference and diameter of a variety of circular objects; organized the data in a table or chart and calculated pi – the ratio of circumference to diameter (C/D). The exciting aspect of this activity was that no matter the size or nature of the circular objects measured, the ratio of the circumference to the diameter will come out the same: Pi! So they discovered the value of Pi which Archimedes calculated back in history. In this way multiple opportunities are given for students to practice using circular objects from everyday life. The usefulness of Pi was discussed focusing on its importance in Science and Mathematics.

 Eco-friendly Ganesh

With the festive season round the corner, the secondary students of CIE wing of Kennedy High the Global School had decided to promote eco-friendly Ganesh idol. Enthusiasm among the students was such high that the entire atmosphere transformed into real old Indian Culture. Children made Ganesh idols from clay, mud, scrap paper and vegetables with devotion, passion and creativity. They also got themselves apprised of the ill effects of POP on environment and took pledge not to use POP in future. It has been proved time and again that the old rituals of Indian culture are environment friendly. Students were extremely excited to take the Ganesh Idols prepared by them to their homes. This activity helped students strengthen their culture besides creativity.

Felicitation of IGCSE topper

The first batch of IGCSE of the Kennedy High the Global School recorded a 100 per cent pass. The exemplary performance of the IGCSE students was applauded and duly recognized in a special assembly on the 30th August.. Sanika Kadam, the IGCSE topper, was felicitated by the school principal Ms. Radhika who in her speech congratulated the students and inspired the others to follow their dreams. The senior staff members of IGCE also congratulated her and explained that Sanika’s success is the result of tremendous dedication and commitment. This achievement of 100% pass result comes as a special honour for the CIE wing!!

 

 A Visit To The NIE Movie Festival

 Taking children to the movie theatre is a great way to encourage them to use their imagination. The 1st, 2nd and 3rd Graders of the Cambridge wing, of Kennedy High the global school were in for a visual treat when they visited the Hari Hara Kala Bhavan to watch the movie “The Angry Birds “on Thursday, 1st September 2016 Children love to watch the video game series of “Angry Birds” but the animated action adventure comedy movie “The Angry Birds’’ was a complete entertainer for them. They enjoyed every scene in the movie and loud outburst of laughter could be heard when their favorite character “Red” threw his angry tantrums on all the other birds. His temperament leads him to the anger management class, where he meets fellow birds Chuck and Bomb. Red becomes even more agitated when the other birds in the group welcome Green Pigs to their island. As the Green Pigs begin to get control over the island, Red joins forces with Chuck and Bomb to investigate the real reason behind their mysterious arrival and then the adventure begins. The movie was organized by NIE to encourage young children to create short films, animated movies or comic strips. All the children enjoyed watching the movie with their classmates and they had so much to share with their friends about their favorite character.

 

Panchtantra Story telling Competition with props

Storytelling is a unique human skill shared between people and is one of the oldest art forms. To build confidence, enhance speaking skills and stimulate one’s imagination, a storytelling competition was organised for the students of Grades 3 & 4 of Cambridge Wing on 6th September at KHGS The young, enthusiastic storytellers armed with their props came forth with wonderful tales. While some stories gave the audience food for thought, some reinforced moral values while others had the audience in splits. The stories were adjudged on the basis of expression, confidence, diction and presentation skills of the children. The event was thoroughly enjoyed by the audience.

model making competition on Human Systems

A young mind is the sharpest mind. It learns quick and acts quicker. The education system today focuses on books and rote-learning, but times are changing as these young geniuses, who chose to take a different path, picked machines over books and ideas over words. The model making competition on Human Systems held at KHGS was a platform to give these young minds a place to experiment and innovate, and come up with something extra ordinary. The students used various materials like clay, waste papers, plastics, cardboard etc. and to prepare models of different human organs, systems and explained their functions. The innovative models of the students were worth noticing and received applauds ! The competition proved as an alternative teaching technique to enhance students’ creative thinking and ensure a better understanding of the concept.

 

Poster Design on “Stop Child Labour”

Child labour refers to the employment of children in any work that deprives children of their childhood or interferes with their ability to attend regular school. It is mentally, physically, socially or morally dangerous and harmful. On 16th August, the students of Grades 7 & 8 designed the posters on the topic “Stop Child Labour” as a part of their house activity. The purpose of this activity was to make the students aware of this social evil. The intent was to focus on the lost childhood of a section of children who are unable to experience normal aspects like school, play and future plans because they are employed as child labour. The students participated with great enthusiasm.The creative and innovative posters designed by them were thought provoking and thus the activity was successful in bringing the change in their thoughts about the poor and deprived children.

 

 

Electoral Symbol Design Competition

An electoral symbol is a standardised symbol allocated to a political party. Symbols are used by parties in their campaigning, and printed on ballot papers where a voter must make a mark to vote for the associated party. Their purpose is to facilitate voting by illiterate people, who cannot read parties\’ names on ballot papers. Once they are designed, an election logo is used everywhere. It is the lynchpin of campaign branding. An Electoral Symbol design competition was organised on 6th September for the students of Grades 5 & 6 of Cambridge Wing. The students were instructed to design an electoral symbol which must be unique and stand out enough to brand a candidate and campaign to a wide audience. The students came up with many innovative ideas pertaining to diversity, equal right, child labour, environment, save trees, recycle, equal rights, women empowerment , poverty, employment etc. and spoke about the ideologies of their parties as well. The purpose of this competition was to sensitize the young minds about the election process and the importance of different symbols in it.

 

IGCSE Workshop for Students

Cambridge wing of KHGS offers an IGCSE program from this year. Cambridge IGCSE is widely recognized by higher education institutions and employers around the world as evidence of academic achievement. It opens the doors to all the foreign universities where the students can get best of the education. On 28th September the students of IGCSE attended the workshop conducted by the University of Victoria ( in Canada) and St. Georges University ( In west Indies). The representatives of the universities discussed about the different courses offered by them and their entry requirements. They also solved the students’ queries. The University of Victoria is The 2016 Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings place UVic among the top 250 universities around the world. In addition, THE placed UVic at 175 on its January 2016 list of the world’s 200 most international universities. he University of Victoria offers innovative programs for more than 20,000 students. Dynamic, hands-on learning, research that makes a vital impact, and discovery and innovation in Canada’s most extraordinary academic environment provide an Edge that can’t be found anywhere else St. George’s University School of Medicine pioneered the concept of international medical education and stays at the forefront of medical education. I n its 35 years of academic achievement, St. George’s University School of Medicine has graduated over 13,000 physicians to the global health care system. They have been licensed in all 50 states and Canada and have practiced in over 50 countries of the world. The students had an extremely informative session which will help them to plan the future undergraduate program. In a nutshell, investing in a qualification that is recognized globally, international networking, learning foreign languages and culture, and appealing career options on graduation — are just a few of many reasons why the students should study abroad .

 

 Diwali

 Celebrating the glory of the Supreme and the eternal teachings of Lord Rama, the embodiment of truth and morality; students of Cambridge wing of Kennedy High the Global School presented a special assembly on the auspicious occasion of Diwali on 24th October 2016. The celebrations began with the melodious rendition of devotional songs by the choir. An eloquent narration unfolded the epic tale of mythological and historical significance of Diwali highlighting the legends, beliefs and customs associated with the festival. With narrated stories of nobility, honour, spirituality and benevolence, children captured the theme of good emerging victorious over evil. They also pledged to forgo bursting of crackers and keep the noise pollution levels low.

Halloween Celebrations

CIE wing of KHGS celebrated Halloween on 1st Nov’2016 to encourage students to appreciate diversities in culture and customs and also to make them aware of global festivals. The students came dressed as devils, witches, angels & fairies. The scary skeletons, pumpkins, fearful masks of ghosts evoked thrill among students as well as the staff members. Students danced on the tunes of foot tapping numbers and enjoyed the day thoroughly.

English Recitation Competition

The English Recitation Competition for Grades 3 to 5 was held on 1st Nov’2016. As we all know, poem is meant for enjoyment. Beauty is the realm. Children enjoy the beauty of expression, thoughts, feeling, rhyme, rhythm and music of words. Taking all these facts into consideration the children got an opportunity to display their talent and confidence. The children chose a variety of topics for their recitation like: nature, life, patriotism and humanity. The judges appreciated and applauded the performance of the participants and the students were overjoyed to be a part of the competition.

 

English Speech Competition

Communication Skills are not innate, they are to be developed and We, at Cambridge Wing of KHGS provide innumerable opportunities for young minds to hone these skills. English Speech Competition was organised on 1st Nov’2016 for the students of Grades 6, 7 & 8. The students actively participated in this competition and gave insightful speeches. Their expression, gestures and confidence was worth appreciating. The senior teachers of English Department Mr. Thomas and Mrs. Shefali judged the event and applauded the students. This activity was conducted to enhance and enrich the spoken skills of the students and boost up their morale.

 

 United Nations 2016

 Seventy one year ago, on this particular day, the world came together after two world wars to move forward and reinforce co operation and make the world a better place. Grade 11 of Cambridge wing took the wonderful opportunity to reflect on the progress we have made since then to promote peace and prosperity and celebrate the work we have done. Students of AS level performed a presentation in the assembly to spread awareness on the importance of UN day, and further honor the organization promoting world peace. The enlightening presentation apprised the students the main purpose and the global commitment of UN. They creatively put forward the objectives as they implemented their IT (information-technology) skills to create informative videos and power point presentations. Indeed, they were eminently enthralling. Students spoke eloquently about the establishment and its aim to prevent further warfare, explaining how the UN enforces negotiations to promote peace, human rights and social progress. The presentation provoked a broader global understanding of the United Nations ( UN) and their principles of humanity and unity. It also kindled great hope, and more substantially a need for human rights: a free world. The assembly brought out the richness in the history as united nations day is truly significant to all individuals globally.

 

 Hindi House Activity Competition (Dec.16)

Hindi House Activity Competition held on 20-12-2016

 

 Extempore competition

 Good communication skills have to be developed in children from an early age. To develop good communication and presentation skill an extempore competition was organized on Wednesday, 28 Th December 2016 for the 1st Graders and 2nd Graders of the Cambridge wing, of Kennedy High the global school. An extempore speech is a spontaneous speech which requires less preparation but knowledge about a topic as well as the ability to express oneself within a limited time in an organized manner is essential. Students of 1 and 2 of the Cambridge wing put up an impressive show in the competition which was held in the Seminar hall of the Cambridge wing… Each participant was judged on their content, fluency and presentation skills. It was a great delight to watch the students speak with confidence and fluency. Students could choose any topic from three given topics – “Festivals, Nature and Seasons “All the participants impressed the judges with their impromptu speeches. It was difficult for the teachers to judge the winner as all of them spoke well. Among all the students who participated, three winners were selected.

 CIE Recreation Trip to Dhola –Ri-Dhani on 30-Dec

 Kennedy High the Global School strongly believes in the fact that learning doesn’t happen only inside a classroom. Every experience in a student’s life can make him/her learn something. What is learnt in an awe-inspiring and informal manner can be registered easily in mind and retained for long. The students of CIE wing (Grades 1-9) were given an opportunity to visit Dhola-Ri-Dhani Dhani ,a place of Rajasthani Village Culture, on 30th Dec, 2016. The students received a traditional welcome and they went around the Panchdev mandir, village bazaar, Jodhpur Hut , games zone etc. The students relished the culture and rural ambience and this kind of learning can never be forgotten. The live-entertainment, fun activities and animal ride experienced by the children allowed their learning to happen without boundaries. The live dance and music was irresistible for the little ones to join and shake a leg too! After returning to school the children shared and expressed that those relishing moments can never be forgotten. They had learnt a lot about the serenity and beauty of village life and culture.

 

Celebrating the Hello Day

Children of Grade 2 of the Cambridge wing, of Kennedy High the global school celebrated the “Hello Day “in the assembly on 24th October. The students talked about the importance of wishing each other “Hello” and expressed the different ways of wishing. Children greeted Hello in regional, national and international languages. Children created the awareness and the importance of saying “Hello” all the students and teachers appreciated the effort of the little ones.

Role Play on different Materials

Learning science can be fun and interesting when it involves lots of activities. Children of Grade1 and 2 of the Cambridge wing, of Kennedy High the global school, as part of their Science lesson “Materials and its properties” did a role play on the topic. Role play is an effective method of learning as it increases the level of understanding and imagination of the child . In order to develop such positive qualities, the “Roly play” was conducted in the class. Children enacted the role of different materials like –Rubber, Plastic, Iron, paper, silk .wood etc. Children were involved in the character and spoke about the properties of different materials. They also exchanged their views about the importance of different metals in their everyday life. It was a great learning experience for the children.

 

 Learning beyond the classroom

Children of Grade1 of the Cambridge wing, of Kennedy High the global school, as part of their social studies lesson “Our school” had an interesting activity this week. They had to tour the school and find out how each department functions . Children were excited in exploring the different departments of the school.. They spoke to a number of teaching and non-teaching staff and understood the different role and responsibility of each department. Children were happy to see the different musical instruments in the Music department of CBSE. They had the opportunity of visiting the Library, Sports section ,the dining hall the computer department etc. They came back to the classroom with lot of information and were happy in knowing more about the school through this activity.

 

 Role play on a Mock Market in the classroom

Learning through different activities has a great impact on young minds. . Children of Grade1 of the Cambridge wing, of Kennedy High the global school. As a part of an integrated project did a Role play on “Market”, This was a part of the social lesson “Our Neighborhood” and English lesson “on how to write “Labels”. Children set up different stalls in the classroom and wrote the labels for their stall. The activity was very interesting for the children as they had the opportunity to set up the Market and enact the role of a seller selling a product. The activity was aimed to familiarize the children with the daily shopping needs, market awareness setting up labels for their products and also gave children the opportunity to learn social and communication skills.

 

 Young Dancer of Kennedy High brought laurels for t

 Surabhi Kuruva of Grade 6 A,CIE had the golden opportunity to take part in World Cultural Festival 2016, conducted by “ Art of Living” in March, 2016 at New Delhi. It was a three day festival celebrating diversity, plurality and acceptance. Over 37,000 artists performed in various categories of Indian classical dances, singing, drumming etc. Artists from across the world also performed Brazilian Samba, Argentinean Hip Hop, Bulgarian Folk dances etc. Surabhi proudly represented our school and state as Kuchipudi dancer and brought laurels for the school. This mega event has been registered for Guinness World Records. Congratulations to the young dancer of our school.

 Facilitation of CIE’s toppers on 17th Dec.’201

 The Felicitation Ceremony of the CIE wing toppers was held during the 12th Annual day on 17th Dec’ 2016. The hard work of students and teachers of International Curricula at various levels has been rewarded with exemplary results. The toppers of Primary Checkpoint ( Gayatri Sanagavarapu, Sia Razdan), Secondary Checkpoint ( Abhinaya Athmaraman, Richa Samhitha), and IGCSE (Sanika Kadam) were felicitated for their achievements in the Cambridge exams conducted in 2016. The checkpoint toppers scored 6 points in all the three subjects – English, Mathematics and Science, whereas Sanika scored 7 A*s in IGCSE exams. All these exams were conducted by Cambridge International Examinations. Our school offers various Cambridge programmes and qualifications which have a proven reputation for being an excellent preparation for University, Employment and Life. Congratulations to all the toppers for making Kennedy High proud!

Christmas Celebration

Christmas is a time of joy and sharing, a time to love and forgive. Christmas is celebrated everywhere as a joyous occasion filled with lots of fun affair and festivity. Children of Grade 1 to 3 of the Kennedy High the Global school in the Cambridge wing celebrated Christmas on 24th December. All the Children actively participated in the celebration wearing colorful costumes. The children assembled at the seminar hall of the Cambridge wing for the Christmas celebration. A decorated Christmas tree was put up with colorful bells and stars .Children sang a number of “Carols “and spoke about the importance of Christmas, Children danced to the song of”Dashing through the snow……” and the beats of “Jingle Bells” and sweets were distributed to all the children. The joy was uncontained especially when the children got Christmas gifts from the teachers. Christmas which gives the message of hope, peace, joy and love was beautifully conveyed through the Christmas celebration.