“Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do.” Pele


In groups, students had a discussion about the elements which disturb their peace & further categorized conflicts at various levels-individual, local, national & international. They analyzed the needs which, when unfulfilled, lead to conflicts. Students created a hierarchy of such needs using a pyramid.


Students enhanced their listening skills by comprehending a poem read aloud to them and subsequently answering questions based on their understanding. An assessment to test their reading comprehension skills was taken.


The students were introduced to prime and composite numbers. They understood the fundamentals of factors. The process of factorization by factor tree method and division method was introduced as well. A summative assessment on shapes, angles and triangles was taken. A colour coding activity allowed students to analyze numbers from 1 to 100 so as to understand the relationship between prime and composite numbers and their factors. Practise of mental math sums was engaging.

Students researched about lifestyle choices made by the French; being part of groups/pairs with an unfamiliar partner, while managing their time optimally. They organised their research findings on a graphic organizer of their choice. Later, they presented their work through a group discussion. They developed their research skills (collecting data, organizing data and presenting the research findings), self-management (organization and time management) and social skills (cooperating and group decision making).


Students learned the lifestyle choices that foster a healthy body in Spanish as a part of their integration with the transdisciplinary theme.

Students learned new verbs and commonly used phrases that helped them build their vocabulary and make their communication more effective.


Students were introduced to AI (Artificial Intelligence) through a video and briefed about its impact on lives of people and work. They also explored an online tool based on AI, where whatever they drew in free hand was auto-corrected by the AI feature.


Dance lessons  focused on cleaning of a jazz  routine to music. In addition, a combination of jazz walk, isolation and pirouette was introduced to enhance understanding of space.

Students learned the formula for forming Major Scale (C Major Scale) and sang the song “What a Wonderful World” by Louis Armstrong.
Students also learned to play C Major Scale on keyboard .

Hindi standard

To enhance listening and speaking skills, students engaged in a role play based on the story ‘jaisaa sawaal waisaa jawaab’.  To strengthen their grammatical skills, students identified one word  to substitute many (अनेक शब्दों के लिए एक शब्द’) and made a list of these words. A spell bee activity helped to reinforce spellings.

Ab-initio Hindi

To enhance reading and writing skills, students read and wrote sentences with ए and ऐ maataraa. To enhance listening and speaking skills, students saw a video on the festival of Holi  and summarized the story in their own words. They also recited the Hindi poem ‘holi aai – holi aai.’


In their library class, students discussed & reviewed books they had read as recorded on  their reading log. To encourage & foster their knowledge of the mother tongue, Hindi books were issued keeping their levels of reading in mind.

Visual Art

Students finished creating their gesture drawings and worked on the finer details based on the feedback given to them. They reflected on their artwork to display their understanding of human proportion. Students also worked on their SLC portfolio while selecting, reflecting, clicking pictures of their work.


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