Classroom in Action - Years 1 - 6

Year 3B Mathematics- Students used digital scales to further their understanding about measuring weight.
They weighed their pencil pouches, bottles, books, even dictionaries. Students estimated and then weighed the object. The class then discussed traditional and ancient methods of measuring weights, vis a vis modern methods. Their excitement can be witnessed in the pics below.
 

 

The Year 4s set up an investigation to test the effect of different liquids on teeth. Firstly, students brainstormed as to how they could set up a fair test. They made sure all the variables were kept same except the one tested.
 

 

Year 2 Students are learning about different food groups in an interactive and fun way. They understood what each colour of the food group stands for and how it helps the body. They culminated their learning through sticking pictures of food items into the appropriate colour/group on the food group. This also helped them learn about selecting the proper quantity of food required for our body. A quick peek into the classroom
 

 

YEAR-4A: Creating a vocabulary list, using senses (see, touch, smell, feel, taste)
Sensory activities facilitate exploration and naturally encourage children to use their prior knowledge while they play, create, investigate and explore. It stimulates students' senses: touch, smell, taste, hear, sight, feel. Students of Year-4 made their own sensory table of descriptive words during the activity.
 

 

Year-3B & 4B: Reading and annotating pronouns from the newspaper report.
It is our key priority to engage students in real-world problems, scenarios and challenges, which in fact help them to find relevance in the work and engage them in learning important skills and content. Our budding young reporters of 4B did some stellar investigative work, as they identified and annotated different features of a newspaper report.
 

 

Year-4A: Learning outside the classroom.
The lessons we learn outside the classroom are equally important as the ones inside the class. The students of year 4 explored the outdoor environment and framed sentences/a short paragraph with descriptive words. It is an effective technique that allowed students to apply what they had learned in their real lives.
 

 

 

Year3A Math: The students of Year 3A created 3D shapes using toothpicks and clay.Once they were done with their creations, they consolidated their concepts by counting the number of faces, vertices and edges of the shape.
 

 

ARE YOU A MATH DETECTIVE? – YEAR 6B
Students of Year 6B explored their investigative and problem solving skills. They did mathematical calculations on different topics with clues and evidence. It was astonishing to see their talents emerge in this exciting way. They showcased their skills on a display board.Have a look at few snapshots for this activity.
 



Year 2A & 2B students were engaged in the learning of heating and melting. They observed how the wax from a candle melts when the candle is lit and how it cools to change back to solid. They tried the same using different things at home and brought back their results to share with the class. They heated chocolate to melt and froze the melted chocolate to change it back to solid.
 

Year 2A students did a sorting activity of creatures into groups. They were asked to group the given pictures of organisms into groups of their choice. They were committed to do their best. It was a collaborative task and each child shared their idea of grouping the organisms. One can view the creativity flowing in the pictures below
 

Year 2B students learnt about different habitats. It was now time to identify animals found in each habitat and give reasons for the same. We can see that it was a task well carried out, where each group came up and stuck pictures of the creatures under each habitat.
 

Year 3B students engaged in constructing models of a 3D shape using toothpicks and clay. Working in pairs and jotting down their ideas for constructing the structure, they look really professional. Each pair worked brilliantly and made a report recording their ideas for construction as well as describing the properties of that shape.
 

 

Year 3B students were involved in an activity to develop a better understanding of different types of angles and their measures. They constructed acute, obtuse, right , reflex and straight angles using colourful paper strips. They learnt that angles are the measure of turns and demonstrated their understanding of the concept, by creating each angle keeping the measure of the turn in mind.
 



Visit to the School Neighbourhood Year 2
Educational field trips link the classroom experience with the outside world in so doing they not only improve learning, but also give both the learner and educator valued practical experience. With this in mind, the students of Year 2 went on a visit to the school neighbourhood on 23rd of October as part of their Humanities learning journey. It was a great opportunity for the students as they were able to see all the different places in their neighbourhood.
 

 

 

Collaborative Learning Project - English Flipped Classroom
When someone knows WHY they are doing something, they are much more likely to be invested in doing it.
This has been proven true by the students of 6B who conducted flipped classes successfully for their own classmates. A blending of direct instruction (where the teacher supplies the knowledge base) with constructivist learning (where the students are ultimately responsible for constructing their own knowledge).
The students worked as a team and came up with a presentation for the poetic devices assigned to each group, designed activities to reinforce the concept and finally ended the presentation by conducting a quiz to ensure the understanding of the concept.

Glimpses of a Flipped classroom

A classroom where the teacher is not the center of attention, but instead, serves as a guide or facilitator of learning.


A class where the curriculum and lessons are always available for review or remediation


A class where all students are engaged in their learning.


Quiz Masters


Enthusiastic Learners


Counting Objects Year 1 : Math is fun when it involves colourful bits of paper and a glue stick.
 

Year 1A English: World Reading day. ‘Musical reading and creating badges’
 

Year 1B English: World Reading Day. ‘Musical reading and creating badges’
 

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