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Highlights of cycle -26th Oct. to 2nd Nov.

Highlights of cycle -26th Oct. to 2nd Nov.

[Circle Time]

  • Recitation of poetry was done.


  • Revision of alternatives was done.
  • Revision of framing sentences using sight words was done.
  • Read aloud was conducted.
  • Book talk for the month of October was conducted.


  • Revision of few math concepts – Number names , addition facts , one digit addition, 3D shapes was conducted.

Few activities, as given below, were conducted during this cycle:

  • Outdoor games
  • Best out of waste
  • Diwali Safai- classroom cleaning was done by students.
  • Assembly was conducted by teachers on the  importance of celebrating Diwali festival.
  • Picnic to farmhouse.
  • Diwali ki mithai making by parents.
  • Diya making
  • Card making
  • Potluck


Complete the given Diwali homework.

Wishing you all a very happy Diwali and a joyous new year!


Grade 1 team.


Joy-PTC Slots

Joy-PTC Slots

Dear Parent,
Kindly refer to the timings for PTC (Parents Teacher Conference). Please do adhere to the timings .

Slots Start Time End Time Students’ name
1 7:30 7:50 Bhavya Desai
2 7:50 8:10 Geetanshi Agarwal
Breakfast 8:10 8:35
3 8:35 8:55 Armaan Patel
4 8:55 9:15 Kiara Shah
5 9:15 9:35 Jiveek Jain
6 9:35 9:55 Ridhaan Sekhani
7 9:55 10:15 Nandini Shah
8 10:15 10:35 Divolka Jajoo
9 10:35 10:55 Aadik Jain
10 10:55 11:15 Dhanush Patel
11 11:15 11:35 Saanwe Jajoo
Lunch 11:35 12:05
12 12:05 12:25 Yojit Besani
13 12:25 12:45 Aahaan Thakker
14 12:45 13:05 Hridaay Agarwal
15 13:05 13:25 Ridhansh Parmar
16 13:25 13:45 Aria Patel
17 13:45 14:05 Raavi Desai
18 14:05 14:25 Aarav Sharma
19 14:25 14:45 Vishad Patel
20 14:45 15:05 Vihaana Karmipilai


Harleen Kaur

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!


Raconteur Team

Today’s HW

Today’s HW

Reading Comprehension HW:
Complete the given comprehension worksheet.
1) The Summative assessment evidences and  Diwali HW is sent along with your child today.
2) Term 1 reports are shared with you through Gmail by the HRTs.
Kindly acknowledge the same.
Grade 1 Team.
Grade 1 Hindi Diwali Homework

Grade 1 Hindi Diwali Homework

‘दिवाली  गृहकार्य’

प्रिय अभिभावक,

छात्रों के साथ सभी हिंदी की किताबें भेज दी जाएगी |

‘हिंदी की दुनिया ’ से निम्नलिखित गृहकार्य करें  :-

अभ्यास पुस्तक से पेज नं- 15   से  18  पूरा करें  |

वाचन कार्य

वाचन पुस्तिका से पेज नं 2 और 3 से शब्दों और वाक्यों का नियमित वाचन करें और दिवाली गृहकार्य की पत्रिका में दिए गए table में update करें |


1.हिंदी की किताबें स्कूल शुरू होने के दिन ही (22 नवम्बर को )कक्षा में जमा करवाएँ |

2.अगर अभ्यास पुस्तक और नोटबुक में अधूरा लेखन कार्य एवं सुधार कार्य हो ( Redo)  तो उसे  भी पूरा करें |

*दिवाली की हार्दिक शुभकामनाएँ |

Sneha Gadre and Sangita Vegad.

(हिंदी शिक्षिकाएँ )

Grade 1: Potluck

Grade 1: Potluck

Diwali aayee… Diwali aayee… khushiyon ki bahaar laayee..

Our Early years students are learning this song in their morning circle! Diwali is indeed a special festival for most of us. One of the traditions associated with Diwali is the traditional sweetmeats and namkeens associated with the festival. So, to help our students connect with their roots and partake in traditions associated with festivals, the potluck this time will have the theme of Diwali special.

You can send with your child any food or sweet that is part of your family’s Diwali tradition. Don’t send a lot, you can send enough just for him/her to share with 3-4 friends. It will be nice if your child is involved in some way in preparation of the food that day and can share the significance/ ritual associated with what he/she has brought. If  you do not celebrate Diwali or it is not possible for you to make any food or sweet that is a part of your family tradition, you may choose to send any traditional food item.

Students will have the Potluck party on 2nd November during their Home Meal Break (8:35 am to 8:55 am)

Happy Diwali!


Grade 1 Team.

Today’s homework

Today’s homework


Do the following tasks in your math notebook.

Task 1- Write the place value and face value of the underlined digit:
a. 431  b. 304    c. 219     d. 128  

Task 2 –  Sort the numbers in odd and even category:
235,   500,   371,    488,    193,    14,     111,    377. 

Task 3 –   Arrange the numbers in ascending order: 

234,   499,   176,   108,   341.

Task 4 – Arrange the numbers in descending order: 

178,   209,   500,  222,  312.



Grade 1 Team.



In our endeavour to develop international mindedness in our students, Fountainhead School is happy to announce that we are hosting a unique performance called “Eurythmy” for the first time in Surat. The students will witness an enthralling spectacle of art, music and movement through this performance. We hope that our students demonstrate open mindedness in experiencing a new art form.

What is Eurythmy?

Eurythmy is called as “ visible speech”/ “visible music”. This art form is around  100 years old and originated in Europe.

Who will be performing?

A group of 11 artists who are specially traveling from Europe to India. They are performing in different cities like Mumbai, Surat, Ahmedabad, Jaipur etc. These artists have performed in many countries (Chile, Ireland, USA, New Zealand, China etc to name a few ) across the globe.

What will the performance entail?

It will be a 90 min performance art show with an Indian folk tale, poetry, some humorous pieces interspersed with music and movement.

Date: 27th November 2018

Venue: Gandhi Smruti Bhavan (Near Mahavir Hospitals, Timiliyawad Road, Nanpura, Surat)

Time: 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm.


Students of Grade 5 and 6 will be attending the show. The students will attend regular school on this day. They will have a short refreshment break from 2:00 pm to 2:30 pm for which school will provide snacks. Post break, the students will be taken to the venue. The students will be chaperoned by school teachers for the show.

If parents wish to attend the show, please click on the following link. Form to be filled by the parents of Grade 5 and Grade 6


Important Note:

  • Rs. 100 will be deducted from the students imprest.
  • After the program students will be given common stops as the drop off route. The stops along with the transport route will be updated later.


We are also opening this show to students of Grades 1-4. Parents will need to accompany students. Entry to the program will be permitted through passes (Rs. 100 per pass). Entry passes will be available with Ms. Suruchi Arora.

Buying passes:

Passes will be issued on First Come First Served Basis and will be available from the following dates:

30th October to 3rd November

22nd November and 23rd November (Post Diwali Break)

Entry to the program will not be permitted without a pass.

In case of any query/concerns please feel free to contact Ms Suruchi:



Fountainhead School