Inter School Science Model making competition organised by Rotary Club was held in Venkateshwar Signature School. The competition was conducted in two groups.
Group - 1(Grades 6 - 8) and Group - 2 (Grades 9 - 12).
The students participated enthusiastically in the competition and learned many new things.
A dance form Gotipua was performed by the artist of SPIC MACAY in the CIET Campus. This program was organised to make the youth aware about the Indian Classical Dance and Folk Artist increasing the awareness about different aspects of Indian heritage and inspiring the young mind to imbibe the values in them.
दिनांक 3-11-2018 को कोलंबिया ग्लोबल स्कूल की ओर से सभी छात्र-छात्राएं,अध्यापक गण,प्राचार्य व डायरेक्टर दिवाली सेलिब्रेशन के लिए अनाथालय गये।यह मुहिम ‘मुस्कुराहटें- Bring on Smiles @ Diwali कार्यक्रम के तहत की गयी।
अनाथालय विद्यार्थी दो भागों में गये। कक्षा 1 व 2 के छात्र ‘सेवा भारती मातृछाया’ में बच्चों से मिलने गए। जहाँ 0-6 वर्ष के बच्चे रहते है तथा कक्षा 3-7 के विद्यार्थी आश्रम कन्याअनाथालय में गये,जहाँ उन्होंने अपनी आयु वर्ग केअनाथ बच्चों से परिचय किया। स्कूल के बच्चों ने अनाथालय के बच्चों को सही तरीके से हाथ धोना भी सिखाया।
सभी विद्यार्थी इस बार दिवाली पर अपनी खुशियां इन बच्चों से साथ बाँटकर और उनके चेहरों पर मुस्कुराहट देखकर बहुत खुश थे।वे अपने घरो से इन बच्चों के लिए कई उपहार व अन्य उपयोगी वस्तुएं लाये थे।उन बच्चों के साथ अपने उपहारों को बांटकर वे बहुत खुश थे।
वहां बच्चों ने एक दूसरे को कविता व गीत सुनाये व साथ मिलकर चेयरमन श्री किशोर जड़वानी जी द्वारा भेजे गए केक को काटा।उन बच्चों के इस घर से परिचित हुए।उनकी दिनचर्या विद्यार्थियों को पता चली,जिसे जानकर वे उत्साहितथे।
अनाथालय के बच्चों ने बहुत ही सुन्दर दीया डेकोरेशन व माला बनाई।जिससे विद्यार्थी काफी प्रभावित थे तथा अध्यापकों ने उन्हें काफी सराहा।
इस प्रकार इस दिवाली पर मुस्कुराहट फैलाकर विद्यार्थी बहुत आनंदित महसूस कर रहे थे।
स्कूल के हेडगर्ल व हेडबॉय ने इन बच्चों के साथ बिताए कुछ समय को इन शब्दों में बया किया -
“मुझे इन बच्चों से मिलकर,अपनी खुशियां इनके साथ बांटकर बहुत अच्छा लगा।ये बहुत टेलेंटेड हैं,मैं हरबार इसी तरह इनसे मिलना चाहती हूँ।“–रिद्धिमा तनवानी(कक्षा-7)
“मुझे उन्हें देखकर पहले रोना आया,फिर उनकेआत्मविश्वासव प्रतिभा को देखकर मुझे उनसे कुछ सीखने की प्रेरणा मिली। उनकी खुशियों को देखकर मैं बहुत खुश हूँ, ये मेरे लिए सचमुच अभूतपूर्व अनुभव है।“-अमन साहू (कक्षा-7)
On the occasion of Global Hand Washing Day on 15th October 2018, the staff and students of Columbia Global School learned how to correctly wash their hands with soap.
Mr. K. Panigrahi – President Rotary Club of Raipur Greater, along with Mr. Vijay Agrawal – Treasurer Rotary Club of Raipur Greater, and Mr. Raj Dubey – Ex-President Rotary Club of Raipur Greater, demonstrated to students how to wash their hands properly with soap. The students learnt many tips on how to keep their hands clean, how to wash their hands and tips to stay away from germs.
Mr. K. Panigrahi and the entire Rotary Club of Raipur Greater have been conducting such awareness programmes all around the city of Raipur making parents and children aware of the dangers of not washing their hands regularly.
Speaking on the occasion Mr. Raj Dubey explained the benefits of proper hand washing and developing he habit of washing the hands especially among small children as dirty hands happens to be the cause of many deaths especially among younger children.
Mr. Harjeet Singh Hura – Secretary Jan Pragati Education Society, presented a memnto and thanked the Rotary Club of Raipur Greater for spreading awareness among the students at Columbia Global School. Also present on this occasion was Mr. Ravinder Singh Hura – Director Columbia Global School.
|RESULTS OF THE INTER HOUSE HINDI POETRY RECITATION COMPETITION|
|SUB - JUNIORS (GRADE 1-3)|
|POSITION||NAME||HOUSE||JUDGE 1||JUDGE 2||JUDGE 3||MARKS||POINTS|
|V||ALMIR ALI CHISHTY||KNIGHTS||17||15||17||49||8|
|VII||VINAYAK SN. THAKUR||SPARTANS||15||15||14||44||7|
|JUNIORS (GRADE 4-7)|
|POSITION||NAME||HOUSE||JUDGE 1||JUDGE 2||JUDGE 3||MARKS||POINTS|
Columbia Global School played host to the English Teachers Training on behalf of Mpower Edupreneurs on 20th August and 21st August. 20 Teachers from around 8 group schools associated with Mpower Edupreneurs participated in this training.
Mr. S. Gomathinatha, a Senior English Language Teaching Consultant with over four decades of experience in the field of education which includes 25 years of training teachers was invited by Oxford University Press as the trainer, coming all the way from Chennai, Tamil Nadu. It was a two days program meant for the advanced grooming of the teachers which focused mainly on phonetics and the usage of “Communication English”.
On day 1 the trainees were taught how to stress on words, how to use intonation and were also taught the phonetic symbols. The training on pronunciation and intonation helped them to know how to add meaning to their speech. The completion of the first day’s training was followed by a surprise movie outing for the trainee teachers, thanks to the host school.
On Day 2, training was parallely conducted for primary and middle school teachers separately. Middle School Teachers started the day with the recapitulation of the first days training by Mr. Gomathinathan, rolled on to phonetics, which catered to know, how to better use the language, finally ending with stress and intonation. The extraordinary guidance of Mr. Gomathinathan spoke for his excellence and enriched the teachers a lot and helped enhance their knowledge in the language.
The Primary school teachers were trained by experts from Macmillan publications. Mrs. Munira Dhamani, Career Coach & Trainer, credited to be the first ESOL trainer and Examiner of Chhattisgarh, took up the topics of what is teaching and extensively discussed different methods of dealing with kids in the classroom. The teachers were also given a topic each from the English course book which they had to prepare and give a demo teaching class to the group.
Mr. Alok Nayak – Manager & Trainer working with Macmillan since the last 12 years took the last session of training for all participants on ‘Digital Content’. A very helpful App was also introduced to the teachers by Mr. Alok Nayak.
The Two- day training ended with a valedictory ceremony where the participants were handed over certificates by the bench of dignitaries constituting Mr. Ivan Smith-Principal, Columbia Global School, Mrs. Munira Dhamani and Mr. Alok Nayak from Macmillan publications.
The two days had left all of us with a lot of good memories to cherish. The 2-day training was beneficial for all and will surely be useful in future too.
Ms. Adrija Das
15th August 2018 will be a holiday due to State Mourning on account of the demise of the Governor Shri. Balramji Das Tandon of Chhattisgarh . Grade 1 to 7 will report to the school on 16th August 2018.
An initiative was taken by MyFm (Mission 72) on # Clean Raipur #Swachh Raipur at
Marine Drive by RJ Animesh, where he locked himself in a prison cell for 72 hours
urging the people of Raipur city to pledge to clean this city by the next Independence
Day. People joining the Mission, tied tri-colour ribbons on the prison bars as a symbol of
their support. Many schools participated in the mission. Staff and students of Columbia
Global School also gave their contribution and promoted the same by giving a Dance
performance, group Yoga performance and a Group song. A few on the spot quiz
questions were also asked bu RJ Animesh where students of Columbia Global School won
prizes and gave their amazing performance.
On Saturday, 21st July, 2018, the Students of Columbia Global School concluded their 1st Investiture Ceremony. The ceremony had the gracious presence of Mr. Laxman Kumeti (Thana Incharge, Vidhan Sabha Police station) as the Chief Guest along with Guest of Honour Mr. Harjeet Singh Hura (Secretary - Jan Pragati Education Society); Mr. Ravinder Singh Hura - Director, Columbia Global School, Mr. Ivan Smith - Principal, Columbia Global School and the proud parents of the Elected Student Council Members.
The program began with the lighting of the lamp by the respected dignitaries, followed by a group song by the school choir which cheered up all present there with its rhythm and sweet melody. There after the Principals welcomed the gathering with an energetic speech.
The Student Council Members were then introduced to all in turns and were handed over badges Sashes and flags by Mr. Kumeti. It was then the time of the proud moment, for which everyone waited with baited breath- The oath-taking. All the members of the Student Council repeated the pledge after Principal - Mr. Smith thereby promising to be true to their responsibilities.
Aman Sahu, the Head Boy of the school delivered the speech of acceptance in front of the audience. Mr. Ravinder Singh Hura with his jovial speech boosted up everyones spirit and helped us to revise certain perceptions.
Chief Guest Mr. Kumeti congratulated the newly elected Student Council members and told the children incidents of his own growing up and how with hard work and perseverance one can achieve his/ her dream. He motivated students to follow the path of discipline and told student to keep themselves healthy to have a sharp mind.
Ridhima Tanwani – The newly elected School Head Girl delivered the vote of thanks before a memento packed with love and reverence was handed over to Mr. Kumeti by Mr. Harjeet Singh Hura. The programme ended with all standing for the national anthem.
Other student Council members include Sakshi Verma – Sports Captain; Harshidhi Nakarani – Cultural Captain; Dhanraj Gaikwad – Wellness Captain; Daksh Sewlani – KNIGHTS House Captain; Radhika Dwivedi – SAMURAIS House Captain; Muskan Verma – SPARTANS House Captain and Yogesh Verma – VIKINGS House Captain. DIKSHA SAHU of Grade 3 & SHRADHHA VERMA of Grade 7 were selected as Class Prefects for 2018-19.