Our Earth is the only native planet known to mankind. It is important to keep up the normal resources of the Earth in a sustainable way. To create awareness about it April 22 is celebrated as Earth day annually. To inculcate good and healthy habits among students, a week-long activity digital memory sign-making activity was organized in our school. Students enthusiastically participated, where they under the guidance of their science and computer teacher made beautiful cards for themselves highlighting various reasons for the ailing planet. These reminder cards were placed in the school premises to create awareness about enviornment friendly habits like- ‘Save Water’, ‘Turn off lights and the fans’ etc. The best posters were displayed on the school premises. Junior students of the school were also not left behind, they came up with a nukkad natak in the assembly to spread awareness of environmental issues. This is our students learn to Restore Our Earth”.
With technology, there is no limit as to what you can achieve and accomplish. It provides an endless supply of knowledge and valuable insights. A Three days Techno Fest was organized at TTSS from 11th-13th April. Many schools like JBA, Cambrian, Army Public School, Seth M.R Jaipuria, MJS, and Bhavadiya along with the students from the host school were part of this wonderful event. On the first day, Mr Abhishek Mishra Zila Mahanagar Adhyaksh was the chief guest.
The first day had two sessions by Mr Kapil Singh Murdia and Mr Vinay Chaddha. In the first session, Mr Kapil Singh Murdia an IBM certified Design Thinking practitioner, introduced design thinking and artificial intelligence using various activities. In the second session, Mr Vinay Chaddha set a benchmark with his multi-hyphenated directions for the young talent, by training them to develop Android apps and control room lights.
On the second day, the chief guest was Mr Ramapati Mishra, Director IET, Dr RML Awadh University, he motivated the students to learn new innovative technologies, as that is the demand of future and higher studies. Students on the second day were changing the educational scenario by learning and gaining knowledge by making a mobile app by using the MIT app inventor under the supervision of the resource person Mr Vinay Chaddha CEO of GVC systems PVT. Ltd.
Third-day students had hands-on experience and learned about the interdisciplinary aspects of Robotics, they made and flew drones, used 3D Printers to print objects, and used Hoverboard under the supervision of a Robotics enthusiast Mr Vivekananda Prasad founder and director of Techprolabz.
During these three days, students experienced and learned about the latest technologies. On the last day, the certificates to all the students were given by the director of the school Mrs Binny Singh and Mrs Rakhi Gibrani, School principal. Mrs Binny Singh in her message to students stated that the fest was organized to ignite young minds’ ability to develop new and innovative projects.
Students of TTSS met with the District Forest Office of Ayodhya, Ms. Divya, and submitted an application to Adopt trees that are older than 100 yrs.
She enquired about our initiative and gave us the details of three trees (details mentioned below) which are more than 100 years old. Though she mentioned that these trees do not come under the forest department but whenever you would like to visit the site she will arrange a person with us for the same.
- Banyan Tree – 200 years old – Hanuan Mandir, Amoni, Rudauli
- Pipal Tree – 145 years old – Bhram Baba Sthan, Chadpur, Ayodhya Marg
- Pipal Tree – 102 years old – Pipri Gram Samaj, Ayodhya Road
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Everyone talks about the importance of fitness and exercise for kids – including us. Today lets discuss the benefits of sports for students. Playing a sport is a great way for children to take a break from academics and release the pent-up energy. It also helps them lead fuller and happier lives as regular sports and fitness activities have proven to provide not only physical benefits but also social and psychological benefits to children.
Below, we have compiled a comprehensive list of the benefits of sports for students and what your child will gain by playing sports or indulging in regular physical activity. By the end of this article, you will be enrolling your kid in a fitness programme for sure!
Character Building Traits
Self-confidence and self-esteem
Several studies suggest playing sports develops a child’s self-confidence and self-esteem. A pat on the back, high-five from a teammate, or handshake after a match really boosts a child’s confidence. Words of praise and encouragement from the coach, parents and other players raise the self-esteem. An important thing to remember is that a child’s self-esteem should not be distinguished by victory or loss. Constructive criticism is key to children accepting and working on their weaknesses. It also helps when you ask ‘did you enjoy the game?’ rather than “did you win?”
We know how emotions run high in sports – whether watching a sport or playing it. Channeling negative emotions can be tough for children and a good coach will help them realize how negative emotional stress could hurt their performance. Such wisdom ingrained earlier on in life will help them deal with other life challenges later on.
Every sport requires some mental, physical and tactical discipline. Following rules, obeying the coach, practicing restraint, etc. are all forms of discipline children learn through sports. Discipline enables people to reach their full potential and realize their goals – a trait prevalent in all successful people.
Kids playing sports learn to interact not only with kids their age, but also with the older and younger players on the team, the coach, sports authorities, etc. They also develop a sense of belonging and get an opportunity to make new friends. These communication and social skills help them in their future relationships and careers.
Practice plays a large role in improving performance in any sport or activity. ‘Practice makes you perfect’ but guess what practice and perfection need? Patience. Athletics teach kids how to keep practicing and be patient in order to see the result
Education is the process of facilitating learning, or the acquisition of knowledge, skills, values, morals, beliefs, habits, and personal development. Educational methods include teaching, training, storytelling, discussion, and directed research
Education is the process of facilitating learning, or the acquisition of knowledge, skills, values, morals, beliefs, habits, and personal development. Educational methods include teaching, training, storytelling, discussion, and directed research. Education frequently takes place under the guidance of educators; however, learners can also educate themselves. Education can take place in formal or informal settings, and any experience that has a formative effect on the way one thinks, feels, or acts may be considered educational. The methodology of teaching is called pedagogy.
Formal education is commonly divided formally into stages such as preschool or kindergarten, primary school, secondary school, and then college, university, or apprenticeship. In most regions, education is compulsory up to a certain age.
There are movements for education reforms, such as for improving quality and efficiency of education towards relevance in students’ lives and efficient problem solving in modern or future society at large, or for evidence-based education methodologies. A right to education has been recognized by some governments and the United Nations.[a] Global initiatives aim at achieving the Sustainable Development Goal 4, which promotes quality education for all.