Children’s Day Celebration
Children’s Day celebrated on 14th November, 2017 by Pre-Primary Wing.
Field Trip to Dhola-ri Dhani
The Pre Primary children visited the Dhola-ri-Dhani on 10th November, 2017.
Deep Sandhya 2017 (Diwali Mela)
Deep Sandhya Celebration conducted by Pre Primary wing on 14th October, 2017.
Bathukamma Celebration conducted by Pre Primary wing on 19th September, 2017.
Fancy Dress Competition
Fancy Dress competition conducted by Pre Primary wing on 12th September, 2017.
Interaction with Pre Primary Parents 2017-18
Interaction with parents of PP-II & PP-I was held on 9th June & 10th June respectively. The interaction once again unfurled one more academic year, with budding scholars all around. Parents came with questions galore, much anxious about their child’s routine in school. But one to one interaction with the teachers made them hopeful about the new world, their children have just stepped in.
‘The more we share, the more we have.’ Eid Celebration on 23-06-2017 symbolised caring and sharing among ourselves. The celebration brought fresh love, warm wishes, abundant joy and endless happiness among children. The day ended with a bowl of meethi sewai that sweetened the feelings and filled their hearts with happiness and wonder.
Rasna Party was an expedient to welcome another fresh batch of new ones to the Academic Year 2017-18. Rasna Party – the juicy hub of five different flavours, mango, orange, lemon, pineapple & cola created some happy memories that captured some magical moments. The party, envisaged the kids plunging in to the pool of laughter & merry making. The celebration strengthened the bond & feeling of togetherness among the students.
Sapling Day [Nurture – Nature]
Nurture – Nature Activity was conducted on 14th July, 2017. The activity was planned to create an awareness among the children to plant more trees, stop hurting plants and to keep their surroundings clean. In the week long activity children sowed seeds in the soil, watered them and eagerly waited to see the sapling come out. To spread a general awareness, children went round the school with banners and placards. The tiny tots also recited catchy slogan on tree plantation. “PLANT A TREE SAVE THE EARTH.”
Nurture-Nature Activity was a hand towards curtailing global warming and a start towards the making of the world around them greener.
Raksha Bandhan is the chaste bond of love between a brother and sister. It was well depicted in the celebrations held on 7th August 2017. In the folds of an auspicious full moon day, sisters tied the sacred thread around the brother’s wrist. Brother’s also vowed to protect their sisters. The celebration was a step towards realising the varied cultures and traditions of vibrant India.
Reciting slokas enhances our knowledge in Vedic literature, provides peace of mind and fills our mind with positive vibrations. A sloka competition was held on 11th August 2017, for the young students which made children confident in oration and pronunciation. The competition made the children face their fear of public speaking.
Janmashtami, the birthday of Lord Krishna, was celebrated on 16th August 2017. Stories related to the birth and life of Lord Krishna was well narrated by the children through songs and dance drama. The swinging of cradle and breaking of Dahi Handi by children dressed as Radha and Krishna added colour to the celebration.
Ganesh Chaturthi Celebration
Ganesh Chaturthi Celebration conducted by Pre Primary wing on 24th August, 2017.
Field trip offers an on-site educational opportunities for students. In view of this, the prep wing visited an organic farm on 22nd August, 2014. During the farm trip, students explored how food is grown and what animals eat. Students experienced the natural would in a new way and understood the vital connection between the social, ecological, and economical importance of agriculture in their lives. It was an interactive educational program and ideal for children living in the city to understand the importance of nature
“Nobody can be uncheered with a balloon” yes, balloon in any shape, form or colour always symbolizes fun and joy and brings immense happiness, when brought forth a child. That was the basic theme behind the celebration of Balloon Day on 26th June, 2015. The entire wing looked exuberant with colourful balloons all around spreading a unique message ….. for every problem you try to hide, let them go like a balloon in the sky. Like balloons, we too have one life – and to live it is to attempt to fly around the world.
Table Manners Week
Manners are the way To brighten up my day …………. Kennedy heartily believes this saying and incorporates the same in the Table Manner Week. It is said if you want to improve your etiquettes you should learn table manners first. Kennedy Global prep school organised the Table Manner Week with tri colour as theme keeping in mind the 69th Independence Day coming ahead. Children were demonstrated the correct ways to enjoy their meal.
Field trip to kidihou Children’s Museum
| As a part of holistic learning experience a field trip to kidihou Children’s Museum was organised on 27th August, 2015. The trip was a happy break from the daily routine. It was an arena that provided every kid to experiment and explore in his or her unique way. The variety of unrestrained activities unleashed the different motor skills in a child. In other words, children were taken to a world with no restrictions.
|Creativity week opened a new horizon in a child by giving him an opportunity to invent, experiment, grow, take risks, break rules, make mistakes and have immense fun. Children were curious, flexible, persistent and independent with a tremendous spirit of adventure and loved to play. At the end of the creativity week, it was realised that creativity is not only making an “awesome out of simple” but learning to express oneself in different ways.
Pleasure Trip to Dhola-ri-Dhani
|On 20th November, 2015 students of the prep wing were exposed to the stimulating mix of cultural and ethnic awareness, adventure, fun & frolic when a pleasure trip to Dholari Dhani was organised. Dholari, Dhani, as the name suggests, is a Rajasthani theme based resort on the outskirts of Hyderabad. A wide variety of activities were showcased in front of the students from traditional Rajasthani dance, puppet show, magic tricks to gymnastic movements with wheels. Outdoor activities like camel ride, horse cart ride, DJ, were a real treat. The trip was an excellent way of orienting children about Rajasthan, its art, folk music & culture.|
|‘Cleanliness is next to Godliness’. The bubbly tots of KENNEDY HIGH the global School followed this dictum; initiated and propelled a ‘Cleanliness Drive’ in the school, on 25th January. The day commenced with an assembly which primarily focused on the importance of cleanliness. This was followed by poster making and slogan writing activities by the kids, thus readying themselves for the Cleanliness Drive. The army of these tiny motivators went propagating Cleanliness, all the way from the CBSE Block to the Cambridge Block. The School reverberated with slogans on the importance of cleanliness as the cute initiators stressed their vocal chords to make themselves heard !! Thereafter, the effervescent students of Prep I & II, under the able guidance of their teachers, left no stone unturned in tidying the area outside the school premises, skillfully. Their energy and enthusiasm was convectional and created ripples among older students, who joined the campaign later. These little angels proved the famous saying by the Legend, Mahatma Gandhi- ‘ Be the change you want to see in the World’.|
Picture Talk Activity
|“Oral Language is the primary foundation of Literacy.” KENNEDY GLOBAL strongly believes that strong listening and speaking skills support the development of a child’s thinking, reasoning, reading and writing skills. To develop and encourage these potentials a “Picture Talk” competition was organised for the Pre Primary kids on 12th February 2016. Children participated with great zeal and enthusiasm and spoke with confidence and clarity. They were happy to be given this opportunity as it was a good opportunity for them to converse with their teachers and parents as well.|
|Cloud on way, splashing of drops, cheers of birds, and crackling laughter of young kids. That was “Monsoon Hungama.” The tiny tots came prepared for the exhilarating event, with colourful umbrellas and shrugged in vibrant raincoats. They were all seen enjoying every minute of this water carnival. While make-believe mushrooms, frogs, and umbrellas added to the delight of the Hungama, tubs filled with different rainbow colours eagerly awaited every child. Kids were thrilled to sail the paper boats in the water puddles. It appeared that rain was not only drops of water that fell on the children, it was nature that was showering bounty on the little children.|
Kid-e-zone Inaugural ceremony
|The endeavour that started off months ago came to a vibrant outcome, in the form of a state-of-the-art play area in the Prep wing,. the Kid-E-zone. Honourable Chairman, Shri S.J.Reddy, Principal. Mrs. N.K.Radhika and Shri.NRI Director, Jaipal Reddy, kindly inaugurated the innovative play area. Kid-e-zone was formulated by the management to proactive engage the children of 21st century who, with their boundless energy, captivated and mesmerized everyone. Each zone, be it open Kaleidoscope, Vertical playground, Ball Pool, Spinning sand table or the Grocery store, all have a scientific and logical application.|
|Reciting poetry is a way to honour the poet, the poem and the audience. A Poetry Recitation competition was held on 11th August, 2016 at KENNEDY GLOBAL prep school. The competition not only improved the students’ recitation skills but also turned them into confident orators. With the Independence Day around the corner, the spirit of patriotism was in the air. Colourful props and costumes all around heralded the belief that participation was more important than winning.|
|Ad-Mad Show Activity|
|To develop a competitive strategy and to understand the positive aspect of an advertisement, the AD MAD show was organised. The Ad Mad Show conducted on 27th September was unique in the sense that it gave the children a platform to showcase their creative abilities. Children came up with their own creative ideas which reflected the concepts shown in current TV Ads. To make children aware of the picture aspects of the ads shown and to make essential concepts popular, teachers too enacted the skits before the children for products like Boost and Dettol and themes like Swachh Bharat.|
Live Up Your Day
|“Dare to dream big and believe in those big dreams.” You will surely accomplish them. That was the theme behind the competition, “Live up your day.” A dream doesn’t become reality through magic. It takes determination and hard work to come true. And the prep scholars at this tender age had shown their perseverance to liven up their day. Doctor, Astronaut, Chef, Air Marshall, Naval Commander, Army Chief, were all around in the Prep wing. Favourite cartoon characters like Doraemon, Chhutki, Chhota Bheem, Superman, Krish, Spider man were nowhere behind in grabbing the attention. Towards the end of the day everyone was a winner in his/her own way. They went back with a happy feeling that they have put their first step in making their dream come true.|
Children’s Day Celebration
|Utter the words Children’s Day and what are you reminded of? Yes, Chacha Nehru, independent India’s first Prime Minister, who loved children dearly. On 14th November, 2016, his birthday was celebrated by the students of KENNEDY HIGH the global school with great zeal and excitement. The day started with floral tribute to the great leader, followed by a song. Teachers presented a medley of dance and rhymes along with a value-imparting skit that reiterated Nehru’s vision for the future citizens of India. Lavish lunch, chocolate cookies and take-away gifts added glitter to the celebration. To quote Chacha Nehru, “We must take the good wherever we find it and try to remove the bad wherever it may be.”|
Pleasure trip to NTR Gardens
|A pleasure trip to NTR Gardens on 18th November, 2016 was arranged for the students of preprimary to develop personality traits and interpersonal skills among the students. Toy train ride, games, fun filled activities were thoroughly enjoyed by the children. The time spent together with friends and peers strengthened the bonds of friendship and brought them closer to each other. The attributes evolved during the trip enhanced the social values. Such transformative changes are less frequently expected in the closed walls of the classroom.|
12th Annual Day Celebrations
|KENNEDY HIGH the global school presented a euphoric mélange of customs and culture as it celebrated its 12th Annual Day, “Sanchay, The Confluence” on December 17, 2016. The event was a spectacular panorama of diverse outlooks and beliefs. Students painted the landscape with their exuberant performances and presented a magnificent fusion of dances from around the world. Renowned Pediatrician, Dr. Lokesh Lingappa, who was the Chief Guest for the grand event, complemented the management on their commitment towards imparting holistic education and appreciated the students for their collective efforts. The cultural bonanza was an eclectic assortment of foot-tapping dances and carefully choreographed programs. Students of Pre-Primary, class I, II, and III grooved to immaculate perfection and brought the audience down with their enthusiastic preparation. The 12th Annual Day was uniquely conceptualized and executed to bring out the various dimensions of an interdependent civilization to the forefront. The Confluence of emotions, talents, and skills encapsulated the essence of ‘Sanchay’ and helped the students gain a global perspective in a musical, eclectic way.|
|With Christmas celebration happening under the golden sun, there was warmth and happiness all around in the air. While the little hands were busy dancing with Santa and whirling around, Carols filled the air. We believe that Christmas, being a time for festivity and merry making, is also a moment for contemplation of eternal things, a time for giving and forgiving. With these celebrations, our little Kennedians are infused with values and morals. Christmas thus lent a special charm and lit the way to hopes and dreams anew.|
|The colourful kites flying high up in the sky potrayed the vibrant Pongal Celebration, held in the premises of KENNEDY GLOBAL. A wide ranged colourful depiction of the harvest festival was done by the children. The importance of the festival along with the manner in which it is celebrated in different parts of the country was also vividly demonstrated. The sanctified flames of the bonfire brought warmth of joy happiness and love. The celebration filled their world with new hopes and aspiration, making each day ahead a perfect delight.|