Learning happens best when it is connected to the real world where the subject topics are learned at School on an everyday basis.
The main objective of introducing the Flinnt Application is to prepare the learner’s foundation. This makes the child ready to take on the responsibility of being an active participant in the learning process. We focus on the child’s unique potential both inside and outside the classroom. We start with the Flinnt App from Std 3 onwards.
It is a perfect blend of technology with the physical options like worksheets, synopses, projects, and activities. This allows for a consistent connection between school and home. It connects the parents with daily updates in all subjects. It leads the parent to get in touch with Events and Happenings of the School. This makes the students use technology to learn; they will now use technology to work on collaborative projects and be able to virtually learn from home.
What better way to learn new words than to see the creatures that the words are referring to? PPSCVS students hence enjoyed a school trip to aquarium where they developed their vocabulary through identification. They got an opportunity to learn about various fish species and discussed the similarities and differences.
With an endeavor to promote scientific attitude among budding young students, this exhibition was hosted by our section. The event saw enthusiastic participants with innovative themes and working models. It truly enhanced in them the spirit of participation, sharing and learning.
The children visited the fire station to extend their knowledge of fire fighters. They got a hands on – experience on fire safety and the very important community helper – the fire fighter. Children were ecstatic when they sawthem and were full of curious questions which were answered by them It was a fun filled, informative experience which the children can use to associate with their immediate environment.
We can mould our pre-schoolers and channel yheir growth with various kinds of preschool activities. Simple, easy and fun activities such as drawing, card making, rangoli competition were offered to them that set the foundation for better learning and development. Both informative and productive, these activities build their confidence and made them well-rounded individuals.