ISA Activity 6 - Collaborative


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ISA ACTIVITY

BULLY FREE ZONE

CLASSES :- V AND VI

10.01.2018

 

A WORKSHOP ON “ANTIBULLYING” WAS ORGANIZED ON 10TH  JANUARY 2018 FOR CLASSES V AND VI IN THE SCHOOL AUDITORIUM . COUNSELLOR MS. SUGANDHA INTRODUCED THECHILDREN TO THE THEME THROUGH POWER POINT PRESENTATION WHICH HIGHLIGHTED THE BULLYING PREVALENT IN OUR SOCIETY THESE DAYS.

THE STUDENTS WERE MADE AWARE OF BULLYING, HOW TO IDENTIFY A BULLY AND HOWTO SEEK HELP IN SITUATIONS OF BULLYING.

CHILDREN WERE ENCOURAGED TO BE EMPATHETIC AND TREAT EVERYONE WITH RESPECT AND COMPASSION. THE SESSION WAS INTERACTIVE AND THE CHILDREN GOT THE OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN TO ACCEPT OPINIONS WITH EQUANIMITY AND GROW INTO WELL GROUNDED INDIVIDUALS.

IN THE SECOND PART OF THE SESSION, THE RESOURCE PERSON ALSO ADDRESSED THE PARENTS OF THESE CHILDREN. THIS HELPED THEM TO KNOW ABOUT STRATEGIES TO IDENTIFY IF THEIR CHILD IS A BULLY OR IS BEING BULLIED AND HOW TO TACKEL THE SITUATION.

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REPORT 

STREET PLAY

19 JAN 2018 


INTER- HOUSE STREET PLAY COMPETITION ON “ BE A BUDDY NOT A BULLY”, AS PART OF ISA COLLABORATIVE ACTIVITY WAS ORGANIZED ON 19 JANUARY 2018 IN CENTRAL MARKET PARK AREA BEHIND MCDONALD. IT WAS AN ELABORATE AWARENESS DRIVE ON THE ILL EFFECTS OF BULLYING . THROUGH THIER PERFORMANCE, THE CHILDREN  HIGHLIGHTED THE EFFECT OF BULLYING ON THE LIFE OF A PERSON AND EMPHASISED THE NEED TO INCREASE REPORTING OF BULLYING WHICH OFTEN GOES UNNOTICED.

SEVERAL PASSERSBY STOPPED TO BE  AUDIENCE TO THE PLAY. DURING AND AFTER THE PLAY AT SEVERAL MOMENTS THE CROWD GOT EXTREMELY ENGAGED ON LEARNING ABOUT THE WAYS AND MEANS TO STOP BULLYING AND SUPPORT IT WHOLE HEARTEDLY.THE STREET PLAY TRIED TO BRING A SHIFT IN THE ACTIVITIES OF STUDENTS AGAINST BULLYING. THE STUDENTS LEARNED THAT THEY CAN PLAY A KEY ROLE BY RAISING AWARENESS AND CATALYSING CHANGE IN THEIR COMMUNITIES. WE ARE EXTREMELY PROUD OF OUR STUDENTS WHO PLANNED AND EXECUTED THE STREET PLAY SO WELL. THE ACTIVITY IS BEING SHARED WITH OUR COUNTER PARTS IN U.K.


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INTERHOUSE SLOGAN WRITING

 

BULLY FREE ZONE

 

25 JAN 2018

 

INTERHOUSE SLOGAN WRITING COMPETITION ON “ BE A BUDDY, NOT A BULLY” WAS ORGANISED BY MS. RAVINDER KAUR ON 25TH JANUARY 2018 IN THE ART ROOM FOR CLASSES 6 TO 8. THE MOTIVE OF THIS COMPETITION WAS TO BRING AWARENESS IN CHILDREN ABOUT BULLYING AND HOW IT AFFECTS THE LIFE OF THE BULLY AND THE PERSON BEING BULLIED. THEY EXPRESSED THEIR EMOTIONS THROUGH PROVOCATIVE SLOGANS AND COLOURFUL DRAWINGS. IT ENHANCED THEIR CREATIVITY AND IMAGINATION. THROUGH THIS CHILDREN WERE ABLE TO ALSO EXPRESS THIER INDIVIDUALITY. THEY ENJOYED THE ACTIVITY THOROUGHLY.  THE ACTIVITY IS BEING SHARED WITH OUR COUNTER SCHOOL IN U.K.

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INTER-CLASS 

RAP SONG

1 FEBRUARY 2018

 

 

AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOUR, GENERALLY REPEATED OVER TIME IS A TYPICAL DEFINITION OF BULLYING. EACH ONE OF US HAS EXPERIENCED BULLYING IN SOME FORM OR THE OTHER. BE IT VERBAL, PHYSICAL OR EVEN CYBER BULLYING.

KEEPING THIS IN MIND A RAP SONG INTERCLASS COMPETITION WAS HELD FOR CLASS 9TH   IN THE SCHOOL AUDITORIUM AS  PART OF ISA COLLABORATIVE ACTIVITY ON THE THEME “BULLY FREE ZONE”. THROUGH THIS COMPETITION THE STUDENTS PARTICIPATING AND PRESENT AS AUDIENCE RECEIVED AN UNDERSTANDING ABOUT BULLYING, RECOGNISING IT AND BUILDING RESPECTFUL RELATIONSHIP WITH PEERS. THE RAP SONG COVERED VARIOUS FORMS OF BULLYING AND HOW IT IS AN UNACCEPTABLE NOTION IN SCHOOL AS WELL AS AT HOME. STUDENTS ENJOYED THE SHOW THOROUGHLY.

THE ACTIVITY IS BEING SHARED WITH OUR COUNTER PARTS IN U.K.