In ancient India, during the Gurukul system of education, community life was an integral part of education. The teacher and student fraternity had the chance to meet at the time of common prayers and meals, which resulted in greater bonding. We at Edubridge also believe in developing strong bonds. We have assemblies every Wednesdays where each grade can showcase their learning or share anything with the rest of the students what they wish to.
Wednesday the 4th of September it was the turn of our students to put up an assembly.During the journey of our first class assembly we learnt a lot. We learnt how to work as a team and co operate and support each other. We brainstormed.....discussed....voted and then finally agreed on presenting what we had learnt in our UOI for the assembly. Then we discussed how and what part of our leaning do we want to show.We mutually agreed to put up a short skit through movements. Ms. Lalita helped us with the same.
We are learning about formal and informal letters. So we wrote invitation letters to invite our friends from the other grades for our assembly.
We made envelopes and then personally went to invite the.
Junior Kindergarten Grade 1
We also learnt how to write formal letters. We wrote a letter of request to MS. Nirmala for booking the Akira studio for the assembly.
|Our letter of request|
|Confirmation reply from Ms. Nirmala|
We also wrote formal letters to invite our school coordinators, our principal and the other teachers.
We made masks in the Art class to portray that there were no life when Earth actually was formed.