PTC Appointment Slots

PTC Appointment Slots

Dear Parents,

Kindly submit old ID card of your child when you come for PTC.

PTC SLOTS

 Slots Start Time End Time Name 1 7:30 7:45 Bhavya Jain 2 7:50 8:05 Vyom Kukadia 3 8:10 8:25 Abhiraj Agarwal Breakfast 4 8:50 9:05 Ridhaan Talwar 5 9:10 9:25 Shlok Mulchandani 6 9:30 9:45 Vedika Singapuri 7 9:50 10:05 Viraj Bansal 8 10:10 10:25 Dhruvi Patel 9 10:30 10:45 Dhriti Malpani 10 10:50 11:05 Samrat Lakhani 11 11:10 11:25 Diva Kachwala 12 11:30 11:45 Dwitee Gupta 13 11:50 12:05 Neishca Dhamanwala Lunch 14 12:40 12:55 Preet Vashi 15 13:00 13:15 Syra Manocha 16 13:20 13:35 Nirmaan Savani 17 13:40 13:55 Anam Shaikh 18 14:00 14:15 Sarvesh Bhutra 19 14:20 14:35 – 20 14:40 14:55 Jiya Patel

Highlights of the day 12-4-19

Highlights of the day 12-4-19

Cycle 32

Day 6

Math & language :

Term end assessment continued.

Homework:

Complete the language and math worksheets.

Highlights of the day 11-4-19

Highlights of the day 11-4-19

Cycle 32

Day 5

Math and Language:

Term end Summative Assessment commenced today.

UOI:

Learners watched videos on skeletal system and later discussion was taken up.

Highlights of the day 10-4-19

Highlights of the day 10-4-19

Cycle 32

Day 4

Language:

Students worked on their publishing piece.

Math:

Students practiced  word problems.

UOI:

Discussed Skeletal System through a Read Aloud.

Highlights of the day 9-4-19

Highlights of the day 9-4-19

Cycle 32

Day 3

Language:

Students worked on their publishing piece.

The 26th chapter “The Land of Presents” was read from the Reader ‘The Magic Faraway Tree’.

Math:

Practice session of Measurement, Time & Number strand was taken.

Homework:

Math:

Solve the following word problems:

1.Ted has 15 candy bars. He wants to put them into 5 bags, and tries to put the same number of candy bars in each bag. How many candy bars go in each bag? Are there any candy bars leftover?

2. A candy store has 6 boxes of chocolates. Each box has 500 pieces. How many pieces are there altogether in the 6 boxes?

a) 256 x 45          b) 542 x 85        c) 658 x 96           d) 808 x 78

e) 854 ÷ 18         f) 764 ÷ 19        g) 926 ÷ 34           h) 549 ÷ 23

Follow the link and play the game related to line,line segment,ray and point.

https://www.education.com/game/geometry-house/

Highlights of the day 5-4-19

Highlights of the day 5-4-19

Cycle 32

Day 1

UOI:

Learners continued with their research and presentation on Muscular System.

Language:

Students continued with Summative Assessment.

Homework:

Solve the given Language and Math worksheets.

Note:

Soon we will start with the End of the Term Assessment of Language and Math. Kindly ensure that the learners come to school regularly. Also make them practice Math and Language concepts back at home.

Highlights of the day 4-4-19

Highlights of the day 4-4-19

Cycle 31

Day 6

Language:

Learners continued with their Narrative writing Summative Assessment.

UOI:

Learners continued with their research  and presentation on muscular system.

HOmework

Math:

Solve the word problems:

1. The Hogwarts library has 952 reference books arranged in 6 racks equally. How many books does each rack hold?

2. A warehouse receives 380 wooden boxes for storage. If 95 slots are available to store the boxes, how many wooden boxes will be stacked in each slot?

3. A movie theater needed five hundred twenty-eight popcorn buckets. I each package has forty-six buckets in it, how many packages will they need to buy?

4. Some sand weighs 2,800 kilograms. It is divided equally among 4 trucks. How many kilograms of sand are in each truck?

5. An ice cream stand sold \$1,600 worth of ice cream on Saturday, which was 4 times the amount sold on Friday. How much money did the ice cream stand collect on Friday?

Note:

Soon we will start with the End of the Term Assessment of Language and Math. Kindly ensure that the learners come to school regularly. Also make them practice Math and Language concepts back at home.

Highlights of the day 2-4-19

Highlights of the day 2-4-19

Cycle 31

Day 4

Math:

Students solved word problems on 3 by 2 digit division sums independently.

Language:

The 25th chapter was read from the Reader ‘The Magic Faraway Tree’.

Homework

Math

Solve the following word problems.

a) 365 books were donated to an elementary school. If 15 classrooms shared the books equally, how many books did each class receive and how many books were left?

b) Manisha needs exactly 12 plates on each table for the banquet. If she has 312 plates, how many tables is she able to prepare?

c) 494 students have to be seated equally in 26 rows. How many students will be there in each row?

d) Vinit has 232 toffees. He wants to put them in packets containing 18 toffees each. How many packets will he need? How many toffees will be left?

Games related to prime and composite numbers: http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/mathgames/monkeydrive/numbers/MDPrimeNumbers.htm http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/mathgames/numbers/fruit_shoot_prime.htm

Highlights of the day 29-3-19

Highlights of the day 29-3-19

Cycle 31

Day 2

Math:

Teacher role modeled 3-digit by 2-digit division sums. Later, learners solved sums independently.

Language:

Students published their narrative piece taking into consideration the feedback given by the teacher.

Homework

Solve the given Language and Math worksheets.

Highlights of the day 28-3-19

Highlights of the day 28-3-19

Cycle 31

Day 1

UOI:

Formative Assessment on Respiratory System was conducted.

Language:

Learners continued with their narrative writing following the writing process.

Homework

Math:

Solve the following division sums

a) 43 ÷ 19          b) 864 ÷ 4         c) 88 ÷ 12          d) 28 ÷ 14

Word problems

1. Isha has 5 times as many stickers as Aryan has. Aryan has 350 stickers. How many stickers does Isha have?
2. Harsh and 7 of his friends found a bag of pennies. There were 320 pennies, which they shared equally. How many pennies did each person get?