New York Film Academy Master Class On the 14th of December 2017, a captivated audience of around 150 students from Stds. 9 and 11 were witness to an hour long Master Class conducted by Mr.
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William Tyler Smith of the New York Film Academy (NYFA), in the Gamaliel Hall. Smith was recently named as one of the 'Fifteen Most Notable Art Professors' in New York City. This incredibly interactive and engaging session gave our students a glimpse into the world of Filmmaking and Film Directing - Visual and Dramatic Story-telling and the myriad elements that go into filmmaking. Amruta Parulekar [10B] has been awarded 'Student of the Year 2016-2017' by the Times of India in recognition of her Outstanding Academic Performance in Std. Yash Muthalia [6B] stood 1st in the country at the All India Open Mathematics Scholarship Examination 2017 conducted by IPM (Institute for Promotion of Mathematics). Vignettes: Students from Stds, 9 and 10 who have opted for French will be participating in Vignettes, an Inter-School French Festival to be hosted by J.B. Petit School on Saturday, 16th December 2017.
They will be participating in various events like Spelling Bee, Creative Writing, Singing and Poster Making. We wish them 'Bonne Chance'! The Team: 1] Swara Patel [10C] 2] Bianka Wadia [10C] 3] Priyanka Mehta [10C] 4] Eeshta Bhatt [10C] 5] Juhi Punjabi [10C] 6] Kaiomi Jesia [10C] 7] Freya Bulsara [10C] 8] Shivangi Varma [9C] They will be accompanied by their French Teacher Mrs.
Soumil Rathi [4F] is a winning participant in the 'A Book I Wrote' competition to celebrate Children's Day. His poem titled a 'A Land Of Imagination' has been selected to be included in an anthology that will be published shortly. - Education Leader's Conclave: On 11th November 2017 the Co-ordinators of our School attended a seminar conducted by Macmillan Education at Kohinoor Continental, Andheri. Two expert psychiatrists from Fortis – Dr. Kedar Tilwe and Dr. Parul Tank spoke about the need for early identification, evaluation and intervention of psychological difficulties faced by school children. The Conclave also emphasized the need for life-skills in education and how this can be inculcated in the ICSE curriculum.
Mallika Sen, one of the key speakers at the Conclave, stressed the need to adopt a progressive, innovative and creative educational approach to meet the challenges of the 21st century. Our Co-ordinators found the session engaging and informative. We are extremely proud of our students Saachi Khandeparkar [5F] and Zidaan Mulchandani [5D] who had the honour of performing for Queen Mathilde and King Phillipe of Belgium at a concert at the Mehli Mehta Music Foundation on 10th November 2017. They performed the piece 'Emperor Waltz' by John Strauss. Saachi performed on the violin and Zidaan on the piano. Refx Nexus Guitar Expansion Download Youtube. - DAIMUN 2017: A contingent of ten students from our School participated in the DAIMUN Conference 2017 held at Dhirubhai Ambani School from 12th to 15th October 2017. The following students won laurels at the event: 1] Swara Patel [10C] was declared the 'Best Delegate'. Tamil Village Record Dance Videos Free Download more.
2] Ishaan Goel [9B] won the 'Outstanding Delegate' honour 3] Arjun Virani [10B] was awarded 'Honourable Mention' 4] Dhruv Arya [9C] and Ravish Mungee [9B] won 'Verbal Mention' A seminar on 'Finding Ecstasy in Learning' was organized by the Karadi Path Education Company on 10th November, 2017 at The Orchid Hotel, Vile Parle East. Our Co-ordinator Ms.
D'souza attended this workshop. Sriram Parasuram, a leading musician sang different ragas and showed how important the auditory sense is in the learning process, especially with Math and Languages. An informative and interactive panel discussion followed where principals of different institutions shared their experience on how to make classroom learning a joyful experience for both the child and teacher. It included creating a stress-free atmosphere in the classroom and learning through stories, activity and music. The closing remarks were given by Mr.
Vishwanath the CEO of Karadi Path Education Company, who narrated a story in Tamil with such expression and animation that even the non-Tamil speaking members of the audience understood and enjoyed it. - Visit to Yash Raj Film Studio: On Saturday 4th November, 31 students from standards 9-12 visited Yash Raj Film Studios at Andheri. They were given a tour of the studio and visited sites where iconic Bollywood scenes were shot, and the sound editing and special-effects sections of the Studio. Our very own ex-student, Aditya Chopra (batch of 1987), one of the biggest director-producers in Bollywood had an interactive session with our budding filmmakers. He answered a range of questions on the Indian film industry and the different aspects related to being a part of it. It was a unique and enriching experience for the students. - MOBAI GAOTHAN PANCHAYAT COMPETITION The 'variety' our city of Mumbai has to offer is unfathomable even as its history dates back to the 17th century.
Bearing this in mind 62 students of Stds. 7 and 8 participated in the My Mumbai - Mobai Gaothan Panchayat Competition by the East Indian Community. It entailed Essay Writing and Drawing or Collage on the rich historical past of Mumbai. Anuradha Uppal, our Special Educator, participated in the National Conclave on Specific Learning Disability (Dyslexia) held between 26th and 28th October 2017 at St. Joseph's High School, Wadala, Mumbai The participants were trained in using the DALI Screening Tool developed by National Brain Research Centre.
The programme covered Screening Assessment and Diagnosis of Specific Learning Disabilities as well as best practices in intervention. - We are very proud of our student, Alaiha Vanjara [8D] who displayed maturity, sensitivity and initiative beyond her years. When Alaiha came to know that a small child was suffering from a rare type of cancer and that his parents could not afford the treatment, she decided to donate her pocket money of Rs.10,000 to the SRCC Children's Hospital for his treatment. Her contribution didn't stop here.
She managed to collect over Rs.1,00,000 from friends, family and acquaintances and donated the same to the hospital. She was felicitated by the hospital for her efforts and her story was covered by local newspapers. Alaiha plans to continue working for similar causes and has started a blog for the same. - Scottish Adventures during Diwali Vacations Travel is a form of learning through experience. The Adventure Club is off to Spain and France from 14th to 22nd October 2017.The UNESCO Club will be touring Jaipur and Ranthambore from 14th - 17th October 2017 and the Dabchick Nature Club will be travelling to Aurangabad from 22nd to 24th October 2017. We look forward to hearing about their experiences. - Workshop on Empowering Self: Social Media and Responsible Decision Making A workshop was held for the students of Stds.
7 to 10 by counseling psychologists, Ms. Tanvi Sardesai and Ms Rithika Krishnan, from Fortis Hospital, on the appropriate and judicious use of social media. The resource persons highlighted the harmful effects of overuse of social media and advised students to make choices that are not detrimental to their well-being.
The students were also informed about a 24x7 stress help line -, run by Fortis. - Brainwaves Our students won the following awards at Brainwaves organized by Bombay YMCA on 16th September 2017. Purav Doshi [8E] - 1st in Hindi Elocution Ahana Louzada [7C] - 1st in English Essay Writing Riva Mayekar [8D] - 1st in English Essay Writing Aashna Thomas [7B] - 2nd in English Short Story Writing Maitreyi Baji [7D] - 2nd in Marathi Short Story Writing Aditya Nagarsekar [7E] - 2nd in Poster Painting Shrishti Santhosh [7C] - 2nd in English Elocution Lavanya Gupta [6C] represented our School at the Hindi Elocution Competition at Jamnabai Narsee School, Juhu to celebrate Hindi Divas and was declared the Best Speaker [Girls] - SMUN Powai SMUN Powai was held on 31st August and 1st September 2017.
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