Craft Workshop for Classes III-IV
The School in collaboration with Times of India organised a crafts workshop for the students of classes III-V. The workshop was conducted by Mr. Sanjeev Kumar an NIE artist with expertise in paper toys. The students enthusiastically created cats, wall hanging, fish etc out of kite paper and newspapers. It was an innovative and refreshing session for the students.
Cornitos Nachos: A FUN EVENT
A fun-frolic and healthy activity was conducted for class IV and V in school premises by Cornitos Nachos. The distribution of sumptuous Nachos took a brief session with the Peterians apprising them on the need to include green vegetables in their diet. A Q/A session persuaded the kids to say ‘No to Junk food’. This promise was rewarded with pens, nacho packets, and some more goodies. Peterians enjoyed the event and gobbled up their nachos too.
Magic show for class III, IV & V
A magic show was organized for the students of class III, IV & V in collaboration with Times of India. The magician, Mr. Shashank presented a wonderful show through which Peterians were left bewildered. He had made paper; water, balls etc appear & disappear, further encouraging the students to be good kids through his enactments. With a good attendance of students and staff, the programme was a huge hit.
Bullying a menace
A workshop on “bullying a menace was held for the students of classes III to V on 16th July 2018. The resource person gave details of the issue which students are facing nowadays. The workshop concluded with solutions to eradicate the issue. Have a look at some of the pics of the event.
Good touch and bad touch for the classes I &II
With the rise of sexual abuse incidents, an informative workshop was organized for the little angels of class I and II on the topic “Good touch and bad touch”. The workshop enumerated the topic of safety and protection of the youngsters against sexual predators. The workshop highlighted the three ways to protect from bad touch i.e.; learn to say No, Run to a safe place and not hesitating in sharing one’s feelings. Peterians were enriched with these useful guidelines
How to crack board exams: Workshop for Class X
The senior most class of St. Peter’s Convent was apprised with key points on ‘How to crack Boards’ by all the subject teachers. The subject teachers and Principal Ma’am gave details on how to prepare initially, manage pear and parental pressure and finally dedicate themselves wholeheartedly to accomplish their goal of a flying result. The teachers also gave some integral tips related to each subject. The students were motivated and enriched with the information provided. Chapter wise/section wise weightage along with ‘Do’s & Don’ts of attempting question paper too were provided.
TIMES OF INDIA - “HOW TO DRAW CARTOONS”: CLASS III
An interesting TOI workshop ‘How to draw cartoons’ was conducted for the Peterians of class III. The resource person Mr. Pradeep Sharma induced a new technique called ‘Key Hole Technique’ to draw cartoon characters, depicting queer expressions and actions. It was a fast technique to create animated characters and students learned it fast too, thereby creating their own colourful and innovative cartoons. Have a look at some of the pics of the event
Dilemma of Adolescence for class VI & VII
A workshop on Dilemmas of Adolescence was conducted for classes VI and VII. Various topics related to adolescence age like changes in the behavior of the child, changes in the physical development of a child and emotional changes which appear during this age were well discussed with students. Peterians shared their experiences and enquired a lot. All the queries were well answered by the resource person. This interactive workshop was well appreciated by all.
Age of Adolescence
Adolescence is a phase filled with sensitivity and exploration in a student’s life. They need proper guidance and a mentor to guide them smoothly, facing all the tumultuous waves. The Peterians of class IX attended a workshop on 'Age of Adolescence' which made them aware of the difference between adolescence and mental growth. The resource person motivated the students to adopt a focused approach along with movement on the path of sustainable development to beat the obstacles, stay away from the distractions and enjoy the true essence of this age.
CIVIC SENSES: CLASS IV
“Without a sense of caring, there can be no sense of community.”
The students of class IV attended a workshop on ‘Civic Senses’. The children learned about civic senses encompass social ethics. They also learned that it is not just about keeping the roads, streets and public property clean but also has to do with the abiding by the law, etiquettes and maintaining decorum in public areas. Peterians were taught not to be callous and rather they should behave in a proper manner. There was a lot of enthusiasm and zeal in the children.
Workshop on Etiquettes: Class VIII & IX
“Good manners will open doors that the best education cannot”
An informative workshop on etiquettes and personal grooming for class VIII and IX was conducted. The workshop mainly focused on educating the students about the various aspects a student should know while communicating. It was specifically targeted at the personal grooming specifications The purpose of the workshop was to expose Peterians to the basic rules of etiquette and learn the skills to apply these rules to professional communication situations.
The workshop was a refreshing experience.
WORKSHOP ON NEWSPAPER USAGE: CLASS IV & V :
“A Good Newspaper is a Nation Talking to itself”.
Reading the newspaper is a good habit that can provide a great sense of educational value. It carries information about politics, the economy, entertainment, sports, business, industry, trade, and commerce. This habit, it will not only enhance one’s knowledge about general information but it will likewise improve your language skills and vocabulary. The Peterians of class IV and V expressed such benefits of reading the newspaper in a vocal manner.
They emphasized how:
a) Newspapers carry the news of the world.
b) Newspapers provide information and general knowledge.
c) Newspapers provide news about a country’s economic situation, sports, games, entertainment, trade, and commerce.
d) Reading a newspaper makes one well informed. It enables all children to take part in every discussion pertaining to the world’s current events.
WORKSHOP ON STREAM SELECTION: CLASS IX & X :
‘Two roads diverged, offer a dilemma; wisdom advice to choose one that would make all the difference’
Stream selection is a puzzling phase that appears in every student’s life. Students from class IX and X onwards begin to ponder over which stream to choose in class XI that would define their further path. The faculty members of class IX and X along with our Principal ma’am presented a clarity about the importance of each stream: Commerce, Humanity, and Science to the Peterians of class IX and X. Peterians presented their queries to the resource person about the scopes of the different streams and were given satisfactory responses. Most students made up their minds while few still decided to wait for class X board results.
WORKSHOP ON CLAY MAKING: CLASS III TO V :
‘The festive season has arrived, Santa on the way, bells ringing and jingling everywhere’.
The preparations for Christmas initiated with a vibrant Times of India workshop for classes III to V conducted by Ms. Tina Jain. The resource person an artist in the National Museum utilized clay and colourful paper to create hypnotic images of Santa Claus and snowman. Peterians also learned to make decorative things like rings and flowers and immerse themselves in the coming holiday season.
WORKSHOP ON GOAL SETTING: CLASS IX:
he students of class IX were inculcated with the desire to dream and set their goals through an inspiring workshop on the topic ‘Goal Setting’. The resource person appraised Peterians on the importance of deciding a goal for themselves, which would give them a direction and help them stay focused. Peterians were also advised to define a realistic goal, set sub-goals to stay motivated and simultaneously set a time frame to avoid procrastination. The students who are a year away from their CBSE board exams were enriched with the points discussed. They were motivated to adopt fruitful goals for a bright and productive future.
WORKSHOP ON USING FIRE EXTINGUISHERS: CLASS V-X:
‘Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood’
Peterians of classes V to X were given an opportunity to confront their biggest fear: ‘Accidental Fires’ through an informative workshop on ‘How to use Fire Extinguishers’. Experts from the company that specialise in making fire extinguishers addressed the students on three different kinds of fires that are caused, i.e. Class ‘A’: fires caused due to combustibles, Class ‘B’: fires caused due to flammable liquid and Class ‘C’: fires caused due to electrical equipment. Peterians were given live displays of particular fire extinguishers and informed to use the water extinguisher for combustibles, foam extinguisher for flammables and carbon dioxide for electrical fires. Students also learned the importance of not panicking in such crisis situations and the need to use their presence of mind as ‘it’s better to be safe than sorry’.