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Archive for June, 2016

Playgroup Parents Orientation

An orientation programme is initiated to make the parents aware about the working style and the principles of the school.  As per  the trait of Amity the programme was to start at 9 am on 18th June, 2016 in the Seminar  Hall and it punctually started.  Out of nearly ninety parents only 14 expressed their inability to attend the same, due to prior engagement, we hope to see these parents in our next meeting.  This would enable them to understand the working of the school, the teaching pattern, and the homely atmosphere that we create in the school for the child.  The teachers were there at the entrance to guide the parents to the Seminar Hall.

Play group teacher Mrs. Supriya Srivastav welcomed all the parents,   mentors Mrs. Sheetal, Mrs. Bhavana, and Mrs. Karishma rendered a prayer to start off the programme. in her speech,  Mrs. Gurmeet Kaur, Headmistress of Amity Play Centre, welcomed the parents and also informed them of the rules and regulations that were followed by the school for the betterment of the children.   Prin. Darpana Patil (GBEM) spoke to the parents about the advantages of the Primary Plus Magazine, she also stressed on the effectiveness of the worksheet, and why completing it and sending it to the school on time will be an added advantage.

Mr. Prakash Mehta – Director,  Amity Educational Campus, highlighted the points of traffic safety rules, he stressed the need of psychological bond between  parents and children and the requirement of Joint family pattern.  Mrs. Pramesh Mehta, Principal Trustee of Amity Educational Campus, gave her best  wishes to  all and congratulated them on becoming a part of Amity Parivaar.

Safety Awareness Programme by NDRF

Often natural disasters  and calamities cause huge loss of life, mostly it is due to the fact that disaster management or precautions to be taken are not known to many.  Our country unfortunately has faced many Natural  and Industrial disasters and huge life loss and destruction has happened.  The “National Disaster Response Force” often conducts public awareness programmes which would be helpful to people young & old to save themselves and also to assist others during these times of trouble.  Bharuch District Disaster Management Committee Project Offricer  Mr .  Bhavesh  Gohil and Bharuch  Mamlatdar Mr N R Prajapati organized a programme on 18/6/16 at our school, for parents, students and teachers for “ Safety and Awareness”.   NDRF Inspector Mr. Rajiv Kumar and his 15 valiant team members instructed and showed ways and means which included  making on the spot equipments to be used to save lives during floods.  They also showed how one maintain safety even during earthquakes.   They showed  how one should evacuate in case buildings collapse during such earthquakes.  They also demonstrated the use of modern equipment s the NDRF members use to rescue people trapped in such circumstances.

A video  was shown about   precautions to be taken and first aid to be given in case of accidents or snake bites.  The children came to know which snakes were poisonous and which non poisonous this created awareness amongst them about how the snake is useful too for life cycle.  This programme eliminated many confusions and myths and also boosted consciousness and safety measures in the minds of all.

The members of NDRF also showed how to ascend and descend from multi storied building during calamaties.  This was demonstrated by bringing an injured person on a stretcher from the 4th floor of the school building with the use of ropes. This was done so effortlessly that the students clapped and applauded the team members enthusiastically.

Another feat performed by them was descending from the 4th storey of the school building whilst upholding the Indian Tricolour, this really renewed the patriotic fervor in all and the all started chanting “ Bharat Mata Ki  Jay.

These programmes not only create awareness amongst the children during such times but also instills in them the fervor to do much  for the nation.

31st Foundation Day Celebrations

3 decades earlier on 11th June, 1986, Amity School was started by educators who wished to provide to children education beyond the four walls of the classroom and not only to impart education but to create curiosity in the child’s mind to self express.     On 11th June 2016, we entered our 31st year of service to society through education.  At Amity we imbibe life values which enhance the emotional quotient of the child, so as to promote good societal and cultural values in its children along with providing them a good academic base.    Keeping this in  view, the activities are conducted with the aim towards improvement of National Problems.

Academic year 2015-16 was celebrated as the “Save Joint family “.  The aim was to enlighten the society about the advantages of living together in a family, sharing responsibilities and also caring and nurturing the life skills.  Teachers, students, parents and well wishers of the school, penned down their feelings to this very burning topic faced by society.  All these articles were collected and published as a part of the school Magazine “ Maitri Setu” , which serves as a mouthpiece of the school in society.

Dr. Kiran Shinglot, renowned Pediatrician   and Social Worker  ( Vadodra) , unveiled this special issue of Maitri Setu No 66.  Throughout the day, Dr. Shinglot interacted with the teachers, and students of Amity School.  His first session was with the parents of the Amity Play Centre in the morning on the topic “ Let us Know our child”.  He advised the parents to be involved in “Emotional Parenting” rather than “Biological Parenting”.  He informed them techniques to be followed for emotional parenting.  His next session was with the teachers wherein he counseled them on the topic ” Training young minds””.  He emphasized that one can never train a child they are pressurized  or their thinking and innovativeness curbed.

His next session was in the evening with the parents of Std VI to VIII, where he unveiled the special issue of Maitri Setu.  Here he vocated and promoted different ways through which in today’s changing times the family system could be sustained and nurtured, for the betterment of society and the child.

The students who brought glory to the school with their excellent academic performance in the X and XII Board examinations, were felicated in this function amidst the huge crowd of parents, well wishers and students.

A book      “ Shaswat Sukh Nu Sarnamu:  Samvadi Sambandho”     written by Mr. Ranchhodbhai Shah ( Managing Trustee- Amity Education Campus), was unveiled on this occasion.  He has been the guiding spirit behind the “Save Joint Family Campaign”.  The book was unveiled by Dr. Ashwin  Kapadia (  Ex VC Veer Narmad Dakshin Gujarat University. Surat).  He has been a well wisher and supporter of the school right from its inception.  He wished the school the best in its ventures in the field of education and shared that he was pleased to see the success journey of Amity.

Amity aims to promote good reading habits in all and hence a book “ Prerna Nu Zarnu” written by Dr. Jitendra Adhiya was gifted to all teaching and non teaching staff.  The Gujarati Hindi & English Editions of the book were given to all Well wishers of the school as well.