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Primary Newsletter Edition 1 (2022-23)

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MVN TIMES JUNIOR Edition – I April – June 2022

Dear Parent We live in a period where everyone wants to be successful. Success does not have a definite definition as it varies from one person to another. To achieve success, one needs to be determined in life and have a plan to accomplish that goal. Let me tell you the road to success is not easy. Success is also not achieved in a day or a night. It is a long steady process that requires hard work, commitment and sacrifice. Success is directly proportional to the amount of hard work and the time you have invested in achieving that goal. Failure is the most important step in achieving your goals. Many of us fear it but sometimes failing is important as it helps in determining your path. Imagine what would have happened if Thomas Edison hesitated while he worked on discovering light? The world would have still been dark. Don’t fear failure, face it as it will help in achieving success. The three most important things required for a person to be successful are hard work, failure and a timetable. Most successful people are very good at managing their time and it is required that if you want to succeed in life, you also have to learn the skill of time management. Work on the process of achieving your goal and you will be successful in life. Seema Arora PRT English

From counsellor’s desk Dear parents, Last few decades have seen lots of new discoveries about child development and behavior. There has been an overwhelming volume of information available on parenting and every parent strives to be as good as possible in his/her parenting. Still, behavior problems in children are increasing. Following are some points you should never do to avoid behavior problems in your child: 1. Assume that what worked with you will work with your child as well. As Dr. Elkind states, “The same boiling water that hardens the egg softens the carrot.” In parenting, one size doesn’t fit all. There are some strategies which worked really well with your first child, but they may not work at all or even counter-productive with your younger one. So parent the child you have and not the one you think or wish you have. 2. Threaten to leave your kid behind: the threat of abandonment is deeply damaging to the child’s development. No matter what your kid has done and how angry or frustrated you are, never threaten that you will leave him/her away. For a child’s mind it means that you will not be there to protect or care for him/her. It may develop insecurity in their personality. The feeling of attachment is the most crucial thing for their development especially in early years. 3. A simple but extremely important rule of thumb for parents is “Don’t lie to them.” Sometimes it is hard to speak the truth and parent lie to save the child from harsh reality but it backfires in future. It is better to explain things in an age-appropriate way. Lying light-heartedly or as an excuse plants wrong seeds in the child’s mind. 4. Throwing a tantrum yourself when your kid is throwing one: when the kid is acting out avoid screaming, scolding or punishing him at that time. Rather than shutting down the child’s emotions, help your child see that you understand his frustration or anger and show him a better way to express it. 5. Ignore your own bad behavior: modeling the behavior you want in your child is the surest way to good behavior as children absorb all the good and bad things around them. They don’t do what you say but never fail to do what they observe you doing. Happy Parenting! Archana Bapat Counsellor, MVN

baisakhi India is a land of festivals that people celebrate with great enthusiasm and brotherhood. Baisakhi, one of these festivals, is largely popular among Sikh and Hindu communities. It marks the formation of “Khalsa Panth” under Sri Guru Gobind Singh and is also the start of New Sikh Year. Baisakhi marks the start of the harvest season in North India, especially Punjab. Devotees visit Gurudwaras and distribute prasad, offering prayers to God. People sit and dance around bonfires in the joy of the preparation of crops like Wheat, pulses, oilseed, and sugar cane. The farmers get into the excitement of rejoicing, looking at the crop swaying everywhere. The enthusiastic students of Grade V Aster presented a wonderful assembly on Basakhi complete with speeches and poems. They also performed ‘Shabad Kirtan’ and recited ‘Moolmantra’ of the sikh religion. The assembly concluded with a Bhangra performance by the students which created an atmosphere of joy and happiness everywhere.

earth Day On the occasion of EARTH DAY, which is celebrated on 22nd April, the students of Grade V Bluebells presented a wonderful Assembly. The assembly commenced by invoking the blessings of the Almighty. The students shared News headlines, inspiring quotes and lovely poems. A quiz related to Earth Day was also a part of the Assembly. Students also showcased beautiful posters and highlighted a few ways to save Earth. The assembly culminated with an enticing dance performance .It was a pleasure to watch the students perform with confidence. The students carried along a message that it is our responsibility to take care of our Earth and handover Mother Earth in a healthier shape to our coming generations.

Bravery – “I am brave” \"You can't be brave if you've only had wonderful things happen to you.\" Bravery in simple terms is a quality to face danger without fear or a feeling of fear. Bravery can be when you go out of your way to do something good for someone or to help them in any way. The students of Grade V Camellia presented an assembly on the topic Bravery –'I Am Brave’. They presented beautiful thoughts, inspirational speeches and poems on the topic. Tips on how to be brave in our daily life were also shared by the students. The assembly culminated with a group dance which was enjoyed by all.

mother’s Day “A Mother is she who can take the place of all others, but whose place no one else can take” Mother’s day is a special day, for all children and mothers as, it celebrates the bond of love and affection that is everlasting. Mothers are the emotional backbone of the family, who have the magic touch to heal all wounds and make all things beautiful. The students of Grade lV Aster, put up a special assembly for their mothers on this occasion. A host of performances were planned to honor and appreciate all mothers. The venue was aptly decorated in keeping with the theme. Attractive boards displaying the creativity of children were also displayed. Mother’s day cards, messages and photographs all adorned the venue. The audiences were entertained by myriad presentations by the students of Grade lV Aster. Rhyme recitations, songs, dance performances and story enactments, mesmerized the audience, as the children put their best foot forward. It made one and all realize that \"Mother is the beauty and sunshine of life.\"

I love summer Friends, sun, sand and sea.... That sounds like a summer to me. The students of Grade IV Bluebells presented a beautiful assembly on the topic ‘I Love Summer’. The assembly commenced with Ganesh Vandana followed by quotes and poems. They also presented an eco-friendly skit that successfully conveyed the message to grow more trees. The ‘Summer Catwalk’ mesmerized the audience. The scintillating dance performance was enjoyed by all. The students made this assembly a beautiful experience that was applauded by the audience.

Baisakhi celebration “May we come up as bright as sun as cool as water and as sweet as honey\" Hope this Baisakhi fulfills all our desires and wishes”. On the auspicious occasion of Vaisakhi and B R Ambedkar Jayanti, students of Grade I performed splendidly in the Punjabi Dance Competition organized for them. Students of Grade II & III presented a pictorial PPT on B.R.Ambedkar’s Life. In addition to this, students of *Grade III showed great enthusiasm in the quiz on B.R.Ambedkar’s Life. Students of Grade IV showed their talent in craftwork by making beautiful Pinwheels and the Students of Grade V participated in a Poetry recitation Competition on the Topic, “Equality and My Country My Pride”. Through these activities, they not only enhanced their creativity but also enjoyed themselves with their classmates.

Earth day celebration Earth Day is observed on April 22 every year with a unique theme. This year the theme is 'Invest in our Planet'—because a green future is a prosperous future. Just in time to support Earth Day, the students of Primary Wing participated in various hands on activities. Grade I- 'Adopt a Plant' wherein the children planted saplings. Grade II had a Fancy Dress Competition whereas Grade III quoted the theme related slogans. Grade IV and V celebrated the occasion with a poster making and bird feeder making activities respectively.

mothers day celebration \"A Real Mom.... Emotional, yet the rock Tired but keeps going Worried but falls of hope Impatient, yet patient Overwhelmed, but never quits Life changer every single day...\" Mother's day is celebrated on the second Sunday of May every year. This year it is on 8th May. Mother's day is the happiest of times and greatest opportunity for the mother and the child to strengthen their bond. It is a perfect day to tell mothers that she means the whole world to us and she is really valuable to us. The day that recognises the essence of mother was celebrated in high spirits and merriment in the Primary wing. It was a pleasure watching the dynamic and energetic children preparing something unique and special, be it making kitchen napkin with handprints, tiara making or cooking without fire recipes. They also recited beautiful poems for their mothers.

National technology day celebration “Technology, like art, is a soaring exercise of human imagination” -Daniel Bell Science and Technology have played an important role in the Development of India after Independence. Technology is advancing day by day and Indians have always made huge contributions to the advancement of technology with great inventions. So, to mark India's progress in the field of science and technology National Technology Day is celebrated on May 11th annually. The day also marks the anniversary of the Pokhran Nuclear Tests (Operation Shakti) under the leadership of Aerospace Engineer and President APJ Abdul Kalam. After its successful test, then Prime Minister Atal Bihari Bajpayee coined the term 'National Technology Day’ on 11th May 1999. National Technology Day 2022: Theme “Integrated Approach in Science & Technology for Sustainable Future”. The theme is launched to create appreciation and awareness about the scientific issues in everyday life of people. Primary Wing celebrated National Technology Day on 11th May 2022 by organizing different activities. Speak on Activity on ‘Life with and without Science and Technology’ was organized for Grade l students whereas Grade ll students tried to solve crossword puzzle on the same. Grade lll students took part in ‘Fancy Dress Competition on IT gadgets. Grade lV students made posters on the theme and Grade V students presented wonderful PPT on the topic “Integrated Approach in Science & Technology for Sustainable Future”. These activities helped in creating awareness among the kids.

National endangered species day National Endangered Species Day is observed every year on the third Friday of May. This day is celebrated to highlight the increasing need to protect endangered species worldwide. The Primary Wing students were enlightened about the relevance and significance of different species of plants and animals in maintaining the ecological balance through a myriad of activities. The students of Grade I were shown powerpoint presentations related to the topic. The students of Grade II enthusiastically participated in the speak-on activity. Grade III students created lovely drawings showcasing the endangered animals in their habitats. Grade IV students enjoyed solving crossword puzzles. Our budding researchers of Grade V shared facts and information about a few endangered species of plants and animals. It was a fun-filled and enriching experience for them. The students successfully conveyed the message that we all have a responsibility to protect endangered species, both for our sake and for the sake of our future generations.

World environment day “Conservation is a state of harmony between men and land”. – Aldo Leopold The relationship between humanity and the environment is a delicate balance. Since the industrial revolution, the world's population has increased exponentially, and with the population growth, the environment has been profoundly affected. Every year 5th June is celebrated as “Environment Day.” It is an initiative taken in the entire world to protect our environment. The first Environmental Day was celebrated in 1974 in Spokane USA. The children of Primary Wing, participated enthusiastically by indulging in various activities in their homes. Some of them planted saplings and promised to look after them while others indulged in cleanliness drives in their colonies. They apprised their friends about proper disposal of different types of plastic wrappers and also pledged to use water and electricity wisely. Beautiful posters were made by the students on the importance of protecting the environment for a better and healthier future.

Father’s day celebration \"When you need real understanding, when you need someone to care, when you need someone to guide you … A father’s always there.” Father’s Day is celebrated annually on the third Sunday of the month of June. It is a celebration honouring fathers, celebrating fatherhood, and the influence of fathers in society. Father’s Day provides us with an opportunity to thank our superheroes for their sacrifices and love for us. Fathers are the backbone of the family. They play a prominent role in the lives of the children by providing them guidance at every point possible. The students of the Primary Wing left no stone unturned to make their superheroes feel special. They celebrated this day by giving cards, gifts and flowers to their fathers. The students baked cakes, cooked their favourite meals and made their father feel special. Some of them also enjoyed the outdoor activities with their dads. It is rightly said, “The heart of a father is a masterpiece of nature.”

International yoga day The International Day of Yoga is celebrated annually on 21st June since 2015, following its inception in the United Nations General Assembly in 2014. Our honourable Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, suggested the date 21st June, as it is the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere and shares a special significance in many parts of the world. This year marked the eighth celebration of the International Yoga Day which was organised in India and across the globe with the theme of 'Yoga for Humanity' focusing on 'Brand India at Global Stage' while showcasing its iconic places.

Workshop by school counsellor Good Touch Bad Touch Keep Safe to Stay Happy!! Safe Touch Awareness sessions were organized for students of Pre-Primary and Grades I, II & III where safe and unsafe touches were explained in an age- appropriate way. How to differentiate between Safe and unsafe touches were explained through role plays. How to react and say NO when you feel uncomfortable by any touch even by familiar people around was taught in an informal way. Through lots of questioning, understanding was assured. Students participated in all the activities enthusiastically. The sessions were taken by the school counsellor, Ms. Archana Bapat.

Day 1 – Author’s Alley Children will get acquainted with life, times and prominent works of the author assigned to their class through a PowerPoint presentation. This will help them to rediscover the uniquely portable magic called -Books Grade 1 - Julia Donaldson Grade2 - Vishnu Sharma Grade 3 - Ruskin Bond Grade 4 - R.k Narayan Grade 5 - Sudha Murthy

Day 2 – STORY SLAM Students witness the magical world of tales through story telling using Props and Puppets. Grade 1 – The Gruffalo Grade2 – Panchtantra Story Grade 3 – The Grandfather’s Private Zoo Grade 4 – A Horse and Two Goats Grade 5 – How I Taught My Grandmother To Read

Day 3 – LET’S GO ARTSY -CRAFTSY Nimble fingers give shape to their imagination using colourful paper, crayons and craft material. Book Inspired Art works Grade 1 - Head gears – Craft a head gear of one of the character of their choice from the book. Grade 2 - Bookmark – Design a bookmark with caption “Reading is my Superpower.” Grade 3 - Word wall – Create a word wall to enhance your vocabulary. Grade 4 - Cover Pages – Design a book cover for the book. Grade 5 – Mini Books – Create and illustrate their own mini books.

Day 4 – MASQUERADE Students recreate the tales by dressing up as their favourite story character and enact the character or speak a few lines about the same.

Day 5 – LET’S EXPLORE Students explore new books from different genres and create their own wish list along with some fun activities in the book fair

Indian national Olympiad in informatics DREAM AND ACHIEVE !! OUR ALPHA GEEK YASH VATSALYA JAISWAL, Class XI, MVN SCHOOL, SECTOR 17 has made his alma mater proud by winning silver medal in lNOI -2022.He has also qualified for the IOITC-2022 that will select the Indian team for the International Olympiad in Informatics,2022. He is among 33 students who were selected from all across the country.

Indian Olympiad qualifier INDIAN OLYMPIAD QUALIFIER MATHEMATICS (IOQM), PHYSICS (lOQP), ASTRONOMY (IOQA) 2022-(STAGE- 1) Our Prodigy made us proud yet again with his splendid performance. Heartiest Congratulations INDIAN OLYMPIAD QUALIFIER PHYSICS (IOQP) 2022-(STAGE-1) Heartiest Congratulations to Tatsam Ranjan Sharma for his Phenomenal Performance


INDIAN OLYMPIAD QUALIFIER MATHEMATICS (IOQM), ASTRONOMY (IOQA) 2022-(STAGE- 2) Our Prodigy made us proud yet again with his splendid performance. Heartiest Congratulations

International social studies Olympiad Our Heartiest Congratulations to the Achievers!!

national cyber Olympiad Heartiest Congratulations to our NCO SCHOLARS!!

international mathematics Olympiad COMMENDABLE ACHIEVEMENT IN IMO! The diligent IMO entrants have excelled and scored merit positions at different levels.

international mathematics Olympiad SPLENDID RESULTS IN NSO! Our heartiest congratulations to the NSO achievers on achieving the pinnacle of success.

national commerce Olympiad NATIONAL COMMERCE OLYMPIAD! Our Heartiest Congratulations to NCO Achievers!!

19th District taekwondo championship \"All our dreams come out if we have the courage to pursue them.” Outstanding accomplishment by MVNites in the 19th District Level Taekwondo Championship organized by Faridabad District Taekwondo Association on 14th May,2022 . Our students proved that they can conquer anything with their dedication and patience. They won laurels and medals in different categories.

Para table tennis national championship HERCULEAN ACHIEVEMENT BY LAKKSHHYA GUPTA Lakkshhya Gupta a student of Class X, MVN School, Sector-17 won a Gold Medal at the Para Table Tennis Championships -2022 held at lndore, Madhya Pradesh from 27th to 30th April. Lakkshhya brought laurels to himself and the school by bagging First Position in Under 15 years boys singles category and attained Sixth Position in Asia in the same category. Congratulations and Blessings to Lakkshhya. May God give you wings to scale greater heights.

XXVI HARYANA STATE JR. CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP Hardwork and concerted efforts contribute towards the triumphant feat of an individual. Devaanshee Agarwal bagged the Third Position in Haryana State Junior Chess Championship in U-19 Girls Category . School Congratulates Devaanshee on her achievement and wishes her the very best for future endeavours.

Technofest 2022 “The secret to winning is a constant and consistent improvement” and at MVN Sector 17 we make it a habit to win. The students of MVN Sector 17 yet again set forth their mettle in Technofest, an lnterschool competition organized by DPSG International on 11th May, 2022. Ashlyn Bhatia of Grade II and Harshil Arora of Grade V bagged 2nd positions in Digi poster and Coding Kid competitions respectively. We congratulate both the winners on their stunning accomplishments.

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