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undefined- Math standard/extended

undefined- Math standard/extended

Grade9 – All
Assessment given by: ankita.nandwani@fountainheadschools.org
Assessment Date: Mon Jan 28 2019 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Unit Name / Topic List: Design and measure.
Assessment Criteria: Criterion A: Knowing and Understanding.
Details: Important Note –
Kindly get the stationery and fully charged Chromebook.

Details of criteria-
Criterion A: Knowing and Understanding

i. select appropriate mathematics when solving problems in both familiar and unfamiliar situations.

ii. apply the selected mathematics successfully when solving problems.

iii. solve problems correctly in a variety of contexts.
Duration: 40 minutes minutes
Central Presentation Link: Click here to view

undefined- Math standard/extended

undefined- Math standard/extended

Grade9 – All
Assessment given by: ankita.nandwani@fountainheadschools.org
Assessment Date: Fri Jan 25 2019 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Unit Name / Topic List: Design and measure.
Assessment Criteria: Criterion C: Communicating and Criterion D: Applying Mathematics in real-life contexts
Details: Important Note:
Kindly get the stationery (i.e. Pen, Pencil, scale, eraser etc) and fully charged Chromebook.

Details of criteria:

Criterion C:
i. use appropriate mathematical language (notation, symbols and terminology) in both oral and written explanations
ii. use appropriate forms of mathematical representation to present information
iii. communicate complete, coherent and concise mathematical lines of reasoning

Criterion D: Applying Mathematics in real-life contexts.

i. Identify relevant elements of authentic real-life situations.
ii. Select appropriate mathematical strategies when solving authentic real-life situations .
iii. Apply the selected mathematical strategies successfully to reach a solution.
iv. Explain the degree of accuracy of the solution.
v. Explain correctly whether the solution makes sense in the context of the authentic real-life situation.
Duration: 40 minutes minutes
Central Presentation Link: Click here to view

Science Event (Science Party)

Science Event (Science Party)

Dear Students,

We the MYP science team are conducting science fair as an event, wherein you will step into the shoes of scientist and showcase your Research, Self Management, and Communication Skills by explaining the concepts of science like energy, electromagnetism, electroplating, genetics, etc. in the form of presentation on 21st January 2019 from 10.30 am to 12.20 pm that is slot 3 and 4. The event shall be on display for the above mentioned time wherein students of grade 7 and 8 will be the audience. Please note science project will itself be part of your curriculum (considered as a separate unit) and the final product & presentation will be assessed to award levels in Criteria B and C.

Venues of the event are as follows:-

Note: In case a student is not able to remain present on the event, a Daily Diary note is mandatory to be sent by the parent prior to the event.

Selection for Interschool Table Tennis Competition

Selection for Interschool Table Tennis Competition

Dear Students

We are opening selections for upcoming Table Tennis Inter school  competition . Interested students should report to Mahmood sir during PS slot.

Selection schedule

15 th January  School Day – 5

Grade 6, Grade 4 and Grade 8

16 th January School Day – 6

Grade 9-10

17 the January School Day – 1

Grade 7

Thank you.

Integrated Humanities : Reflection questions for Human Library.

Integrated Humanities : Reflection questions for Human Library.

Grade9 – G9 Revelation,G9 Serendipity
Homework assigned by: hina.hakim@fountainheadschools.org
Submission Date: Tue Jan 15 2019 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: Dear Students,

Please write the reflection answers of the event: Human Library and we shall discuss the same in our IH Slot.

Regards,
Hina Hakim.
Central Presentation Link: Click here to view
Expected Time: 60 minutes

Inter school Roller Speed Skating Selection 2018-19

Inter school Roller Speed Skating Selection 2018-19

Fountainhead School will be organizing an Inter-school Roller Speed Skating competition on Saturday, 9th February 2019. The selection process will begin from 12th January to 25th January. Interested participants are requested to meet Asif Sir during the PS class only. There are 6 age groups U-8, U-10, U-12, U-14, U-16 with three categories (TENACITY, QUAD & INLINE) in both Boys & Girls. Selection from Grades 1 to 10 only.

Please Note:

 

  • Selection will be taken during PS class only.
  • Participants need to bring their own skates.
  • The selection will be 300 meters (time trial) for Quad & Inline skaters.
  • For the Tenacity skaters, the selection will be 150 meters (time trial)

 

*Top 2 timers from each group/category will be qualified for the inter school competition.

G9_Integrated Humanities_Event: Human Library dated 10th January.

G9_Integrated Humanities_Event: Human Library dated 10th January.

Dear Students,

As you are already aware of the event “The Human Library” scheduled tomorrow, 10th January 2019, we expect you all to cooperate and make this event a rich learning experience.
Find below the common instructions to be followed for this event.  -:
1. After the PS slot, you all are requested to be in your respective class.
2. You all are expected to bring the breakfast from home. This will surely save our time during the HMB and ensure the event starts on time at 10:20 am.
3. You will be guided by the IH teachers to reach the venue.
4. You were initially going to meet just one guest and converse with them for the entire session. But looking at the time frame, we have tweaked the format. Now instead of 1 guest, you will be meeting 3 guests. You will have 40 mins session with the guest selected as your first preference. After this session, you will meet another 2 guests for 20 mins each which will be allocated by the teachers at the venue.
5. We have divided the students into 20 groups. There will be clear instructions to the teacher in charge about where the entire group has to move for session 2 and 3 respectively. The details have also been mentioned below, you must check your group number along with your guest allocation for session 1, 2 and 3 .
 IMPORTANT NOTE -: 

1. There has been no bias in allocating guests to you. Some of you might have got your first preference some might have second, some third and even there are none at all. This thing was already discussed in the class, that there is a first come first serve basis of allocation done. If you have filled the form late, as a natural consequence you might not get to meet the preferred guest.

2. As instructed by your respective teacher, you have to make genuine and practical questions for your ‘HUMAN BOOK’. Each student has to prepare questions to be asked. All the students in a group have to equally participate in the discussion to make it more productive and lively.

3. The event is called HUMAN LIBRARY, for a reason. Do not forget the essence of ‘LIBRARY’, to stay as calm and quiet as you can. We understand you have doubts and questions but still we expect your full cooperation for the same.

Regards,
G9 – Integrated Humanities Team.
G9 IH Human Library Event

G9 IH Human Library Event

Hello Parents/Students,

This is to inform you that, G9 Integrated Humanities team has planned an event called HUMAN LIBRARY on the 10th of Jan, from 10:15 am to 12:00 pm.
For this event, we have invited 20 guests, to be a part of the Human Library.
The 10th Jan, is Day 3, where students have PS slot at 8.40am, and they will come back from PS by 10.00 am, We sincerely request students to have their breakfast quickly (with this we also request the students to bring breakfast tiffins from home as queuing for pantry might take time).
Please ensure that students reach the venue (will be shared to students via blogpost on the 9th January) on time.
There will be a Google form that will be shared to the students during HMB tomorrow (8th Jan) for students to select the guests that they are interested for a conversation.  Students are to make 3 choices of guests that they would like to interact with. First come first served basis will be applied.
Here is the table of the invited guests for reference to help the students to make choices.
Name of Guests Organisation Description Topic
Niraj Viradiya The Building Company He is a builder. He builds sustainable homes/buildings. He has constructed Monarch building which is a sustainble project. Sustainable Standard of Living
Priyanka Unadkat pasti dan pustak dan She is Mrs. Galaxy queen 2018, Mrs.India Gujarat 2018, Now heading a national beauty pageant. A socialite. Working for the underprivleged since 4 year. She along with her husband started the ‘Pastidan se pustakdan ‘. And till date have donated approximately 8000 books to the poor kids. education
Ms. Rupal Shah Ji Corporator She is the corporator and also leads the head of an organisation that works for rape victims. developmental aspects of the city
Phsycology team Psychology Psychology team will educate us on the importance of mental health in our lives. mental health
Dr. Anjana Bidari Special needs teacher Teaches special needs children in fountainhead school. mental health
Vikas Sukhani School for slum. Runs a school for the slum children education
Zenab Alika Yuva It is an organisation that gives opportunities for the underpriviledged to take part in various fields education and fairness
Raj Sethia Lions club surat. Organises fashion shows for HIV kids and celebrates festivals with them. human rights
Sagar Papneja Pathshala An NGO that works for the underprivileged children providing them with education. education and fairness
Preeti and Leena savemissinggirls Work for girl traffiking. girl child trafficking
Nimisha Agrawal Jumbish It is an organisation that gives opportunities for the underpriviledged to take part in various fields education and working for the underpriviledged.
Aarushi Kankariya Silver lining surat Works for the underprivileged children, provide them education, take them to restaurants. education and Equality
Vikas Doshi Youth nation Works for underpriviledged in terms of education and providing opportunities. Human rights
Kavita Parmar Sanitary for poor. Works for underpriviledged and supplies sanitary napkins in slum areas. health and sanitation
Sucheta cancer patient counselling A fashion designer and a gold medalist in textile studies. Physiological counselor. Works for social causes . Works with schools for specially abled Children, teaches them art and craft . She has brilliantly held 7 such exhibitions. Since past three years as a counselor in cancer hospital, every weekend she travels to Dharampur and teaches art , craft, painting, stitching etc to the four schools. Currently handling 13 divorce cases. She has adopted 2 schools of poor and work with them and associated with various NGO’s. She runs the group VASUDHAVE KUTUMBKAM. mental health
Dr. Hina Sheth Doc, in govt. hospital Dr. Hina will give an insight on health, nutrition, death rates, mortality rates, etc. and also about the poor she treats for free in the government hospital and their plight. Doctor
Pravin Parekh Do nivale pyaar ke. Distribution of food to poor. Food and Health(equality)
Capt. Amrinder singh Navy Knowledge about how saftey and security is important, and was an ex officer in Navy. Safety and security
Utsav Oza educating the blind Utsav works with a school for blind children and teaches them once in a week. education and fairness
Harsh Vaghela Food and health Harsh collects extra food, and distributes to the slum Food and Health(equality)

Thank you.