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Happy Children’s Day!!!

Happy Children’s Day!!!

Dear Students,

Grade 6 is incomplete without “you.” It is all about your learning, creativity, errors, courage, excitement, excuses, requests, compromises, play, laughter and much more… And today, we celebrate that…

On behalf of the Grade 6 Team, here’s wishing you all a very Happy Children’s Day!!!

Attached below is a video dedicated to all of you lovely kids…

https://photos.app.goo.gl/2s6LfefZT9XHhW257

Or

https://drive.google.com/file/d/11jMlJrpHq1ZAYu6DCnWeU5F8lZt3CISD/view?usp=sharing

By the way…

Children’s Day!!! Universal Children’s Day!!! International Children’s Day!!!

Well well well… I came across all these names… Do you think all of them are the same? I wonder… If not, then what is the difference? Is today, 14th November, celebrated as Children’s day in London too? What about in Australia? Sri Lanka??? And why is today, 14th November, celebrated as Children’s Day???

Maybe you can help me understand this when we meet next…

Enjoy your day!!! See you all soon!!!

Regards,

Grade 6 Team

Credits: Video created by Ms Puja Aggarwal

Important – MYP Orientation Feedback Form

Important – MYP Orientation Feedback Form

Dear Parents,

We have sent the following forms with your ward:

  1. Feedback Form – MYP Orientation (Tuesday, 30th Oct, 2018) – sent to parents who have attended MYP orientation
  2. Attendance Confirmation –  MYP Orientation – 2nd session (27th Nov, 2018, timing 8.45 am to 10.15 am)– sent to parents who missed attending MYP orientation on 30th Oct, 2018

You are requested to fill the form (as applicable) and submit it your respective HRT tomorrow during PTC. You can meet career counselors after PTC (Venue-Epicenter) in case you have any query related to MYP or recognition of IB (MYP/DP).

Regards

Fountainhead School

 

PTC schedule -3rd November 2018

PTC schedule -3rd November 2018

Dear Parents,

Please find below the slot details for the PTC and goal setting scheduled on 3rd November 2018. The slot duration is of 20 mins which include 5 mins of transition time.

Request you to be present at the venue 5 mins before your scheduled appointment.

Slot Start time Slot End time Name of the Students
7.30am 7.50am Ammaar Katerawala
7.50am 8.10am Diksha Jhunjhunwala
8.35am 8.55am Chahna Lahewala
8.55am 9.15am Nishka Modi
9.15am 9.35am Harsh Mulchandani
9.35am 9.55am Divy Murarka
9.55am 10.15am Anushka Patel
10.15am 10.35am Nandan Contractor
10.35am 10.55am Dhyana Karak
10.55am 11.15am Darsh Bulchandani
11.15am 11.35am Manya Madhogaria
12.05pm 12.25pm Param Patel
12.25pm 12.45pm Agastya Agrawal
12.45pm 1.05pm Kavya Shah
1.05pm 1.25pm Saumya Pamnani
1.25pm 1.45pm MohammedHumran Fazalwala
1.45pm 2.05pm Samvit Singh
2.05pm 2.25pm Aaryam Agarwal
2.25pm 2.45pm Yashvi Desai

 

Thanks and regards

Himani Mehta

Raconteur- Heads Up!

Raconteur- Heads Up!

Dear Raconteurs,

By tomorrow most of you will have received your copy of the school magazine- Raconteur. Happily! Anxiously! Excitedly, we present to you the first edition and hope you will love it too!

Expressing gratitude from the bottom of our hearts we genuinely applaud and appreciate all the effort put in by you for making Raconteur beautiful!

For this issue of Raconteur we received a record number of entries and our joys knew no bounds, but here comes the glitch…. The number of pages in the magazine are limited and we couldn’t fit all the articles at once but at the same time we didn’t want to let your diligence go in vain. So… We decided that we will use remaining articles in the next edition of Raconteur i.e. the April issue of the magazine.

In case you do not find your contribution in this issue you might have to wait a little longer! Thank you for your love, patience and support!

Do keep writing!

Regards,

Raconteur Team

Diwali Potluck

Diwali Potluck

Dear Students,
It is the last day of the term and it is time to party. As you all know, this year we are focusing on reducing waste to make our environment more sustainable. We have laid out the following recommendations.
1) This potluck is a mini celebration of the festival of Diwali and hence only Indian traditional food is allowed.
2) Learning from our past experiences with the potluck, in order to minimise acute food wastage, each student is to get food for only 10 people.
3) One of our grade students, Aaryam Agarwal came up with a solution to reduce waste caused due to the usage of disposable cutlery. We accept his suggestion that all Grade 6 learners will bring their own cutlery – A plate, a bowl, a spoon, a glass, a bag to carry them back home and a napkin
Happy Diwali in advance!
Thanks and regards
Grade 6 Team
Grade – 6 Hindi Home work.

Grade – 6 Hindi Home work.

प्रिय अभिभावक,

विद्यार्थियों  के साथ ‘हिंदी की दुनिया पाठ्य पुस्तक’ भेज दी गई है |

 

‘हिंदी की दुनिया ’ से निम्नलिखित गृहकार्य करें  :-

पाठ्य पुस्तक से पेज नं- 114 और 115 से ‘निताई  के सींग’ कहानी का वाचन करके पेज नंबर 116 और 117 पर दिए हुए अभ्यास कार्य को  पूरा करें |

 

Extra Home work

वाचन कार्य  – नीचे दी गई link से  3 कहानियाँ पढ़कर पठन सारणी (Reading log) में दिए प्रश्नों  के उत्तर लिखिए | (Reading Log बच्चों के साथ भेजे गए हैं )

http://www.motivationalstoriesinhindi.in/p/moral-stories-hindi-short.html

http://hindimind.in/moral-stories-hindi-kids/  

 

Note-

‘हिंदी की दुनिया पाठ्य पुस्तक’और Reading Log  स्कूल शुरू होने के दिन (22 नवम्बर को )ही कक्षा में जमा करवाएँ |

शिक्षिका द्वारा दिया गया Redo-Work और अब तक की गलतियों को नोटबुक में सुधार कर लिखें |

 

सभी को दिवाली  की हार्दिक शुभकामनाएँ |

Poonam Suthar ,Shikha Dhupia (हिंदी शिक्षिकाएँ )

Grade 6 : Gujarati Diwali Homework (Ab initio level)

Grade 6 : Gujarati Diwali Homework (Ab initio level)

દિવાળીની હાર્દિક શુભેચ્છા

दीवाली की हार्दिक शुभेच्छा

ગુલાલ પાઠ્યપુસ્તકમાં પેજ નંબર – 48 અને 49 પર આપેલ પાઠ (Lesson)  ‘નવરાત્રિ’ નું વાંચન કરો. પાઠ નવરાત્રિ ના વાંચનના આધારે પ્રશ્ન – 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,7 સુચના પ્રમાણે કરો.

गुलाल पाठ्यपुस्तक से पेज नंबर – 48 और 49 पर दिया गया पाठ ‘नवरात्रि’ पढ़े और प्रश्न २ से ७ (किताब में ही) पूरा करें |

1) પેજ નંબર – 50  પર પ્રશ્ન – 2 ખાલી જગ્યા પૂરો.

(पेज नंबर 50 पर प्रश्न 2 में रिक्त स्थान की पूर्ति करें |

2) પેજ નંબર – 50 પર પ્રશ્ન – 3 પાઠમાંથી ‘આ’ અને ‘ઉ’ માત્રાના ત્રણ-  ત્રણ શબ્દો શોધી ગુલાલમાં લખો.

(पेज नंबर 50 पर प्रश्न 3 में कहानी से ‘उ और ऊ’ मात्रा के तीन-तीन शब्द ढूँढकर लिखें |)

3) પેજ નંબર – 51 પર પ્રશ્ન – 4 વચન ઓળખો અને લખો.

(पेज नंबर 50 पर प्रश्न 4 पर वाचन पहचानकर लिखें |)

4) પેજ નંબર – 51 પર પ્રશ્ન – 5 જાતિ  ઓળખો.

(पेज नंबर 50 पर प्रश्न 5 में जाति पहचाने |)        

5) પેજ નંબર – 51 પર પ્રશ્ન – 6 – વાક્યો વાંચીને સંજ્ઞા શોધીને લખો.

(पेज नंबर 50 पर प्रश्न 6 के वाक्यों को पढ़ें और संज्ञा ढूँढकर लिखें |)

6) પેજ નંબર – 51 પર પ્રશ્ન – 7 શબ્દો પરથી વાક્ય બનાવો.

(पेज नंबर 50 पर प्रश्न 7 के शब्दों के वाक्य बनाएँ |)

Note :- गुजराती  पाठ्य पुस्तक’ स्कूल शुरू होने के दिन (22  नवम्बर को )ही कक्षा में जमा करवाएँ |

Grade 6 – Gujarati Diwali Homework (Standard level)

Grade 6 – Gujarati Diwali Homework (Standard level)

દિવાળીની હાર્દિક શુભેચ્છા

ગૃહકાર્ય :

૧)  પતંગિયા પાઠ્યપુસ્તકના   પેજ નંબર – ૩૮ (38) પર આપેલ પાઠ (lesson) – ૮ “કેરળનું ક્થ્થકલી”   નું વાંચન કરો અને પાઠના આધારે પેજ નંબર – ૩૯ (39) થી ૪૧(41)  પર આપેલા  પ્રશ્નો – ક, ખ, ગ, ઘ, અને ચ સૂચના પ્રમાણે કરો.

 

નોંધ – ગુજરાતી પાઠ્યપુસ્તક શાળા શરુ થયાના પહેલા દિવસે(૨૨ નવેમ્બર ના) જ જમા કરાવવાની રહેશે.

 

Potluck – 2nd November 2018

Potluck – 2nd November 2018

Festivals serve to unite people from different backgrounds in celebration and understanding. In India, food is irrevocably entwined with every festival the country celebrates.

Diwali, a festival of fun, frolics and feasts, is just around the corner. The first thing that comes to mind when we think of Diwali is – Food. Food that includes all sorts of sweets and savouries. However, other than a few ubiquitous Indian sweets, most people are unfamiliar with the festive fare that is traditionally eaten in various regions of the country. So, what is it that is an integral part of your tradition that is eaten during the festivals?

Every family has a recipe that reminds us of warm feelings and happy memories that they cherish during festivals. Recipes that have been passed down for so many generations that we aren’t even sure where they originated.  

Family recipes tell a story. They’re often connected to people, places, and special memories. They have a who, a where, and a why.  Take some time out to share your family stories with your kids. Where did those recipes come from? Why are they meaningful to you and your family? Cooking a recipe or two with your child will surely add to their memories.

Grade 6 will be celebrating this diversity and with that thought in mind, a potluck is scheduled for 2nd November 2018, Friday.

For this potluck, you are requested to send “Indian traditional festive food.” Quantity should be just enough for your child and a few of his/her friends. The students will also be given an opportunity to share their family stories with their friends.

Thank you for your cooperation and involvement in your child’s learning journey!

Regards,

Grade 6 team.