A Report Of all the languages, the God’s own language, Sanskrit is the mother, divine and most lyrical language. In Sanskrit, poetry is more melodious where in the good sayings hold prime position.
Sanskrit language is the oldest and the mother of all languages. It is easy to learn and helps us to gain clarity in speech.
NEKG celebrated “World Sanskrit Day” on 31st August 2023.
Children recited prayers to invoke blessings of the Lord.
Teachers explained about Sanskrit language. They recited subhashita and asked children to repeat after them.
Children learnt shl okas as well as 1 to 10 numbers in Sanskrit. They could grasp the numbers in Sanskrit easily, as teachers showed the numbers in a fun filled way.
They were very excited to recite the numbers and enjoyed learning the new language.
Farm animals offer a fascinating glimpse into the world of agriculture, where numerous species of animals play an essential role in our daily lives. Introducing Farm animals to our NEKG students not only helped them develop a respect for nature but also enhanced their understanding of where food comes from and the importance of farm animals. Our NEKG students were educated and entertained while exploring farm animals.]
• Increased vocabulary and language skills through farm animals like milking cows, sty, piglets, etc.
• Introduce students to different farm animals and their characteristics through puppet shows, like how many legs and ears they have and what they eat.
• Develop an understanding of the role farm animals play in our lives. Provide us with clothing, food, and help in our day-to-day work.
• Foster empathy and respect for the well-being of animals. How to calmly and gently pet animals or interact with farm animals.
• Learn about the importance of responsible animal care. The animals should be fed at the proper time. They should be given adequate water for drinking. They should be checked on a regular basis for injury or disease.
All the children became farm animals and enacted the same. The best part was that the costume was prepared with materials available at home. Children did project work on farm animals.
“Education is not just about going to school and getting a degree. It’s all about widening your knowledge and absorbing the truth about life.”
IES NEKG arranged an Orientation Programme for Parents on Saturday 19.8.2023.
The Headmistress Mrs. Medha Kadlag explained about NEP 2020 (National Education Policy.) Traditional, earlier pedagogies of education are changing. As per the new policy, children have to understand, think, analyse, visualize and learn.
The key points highlighted were as follows:
Age 3 to 6 crucial for maximum learning in a child’s life
Pedagogy and learning outcomes
Key concepts and skills
Gross motor development
Fine motor development
NEP Compliant theme based approach- play way, activity and integration.
Significance of reading
Sight word reading
Teacher as a facilitator
Construct one’s own knowledge.
Ms. Kadlag touched upon understanding growth, brain developments, observation, identification, classification, pattern making, problem solving, and curiosity through projects, simple experiments, exploration and discussion.
Reading is an important process. Ms. Kadlag apprised on the effective use of story books, picture books, picture reading and word reading games.