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Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Debate Competition for Grade-5 organized at Witty International School, Udaipur




All television is educational television. The question is : What is teaching?
Television certainly has much to offer and without doubt is a great innovation, but when it comes to relying on it, whether to be informed or entertained, it can certainly affect people negatively. These days life does not imitate art, it imitates television.
Therefore, to know what our young Wittians think about it, an intra  class debate competition on the topic watching T.V hampers the mental and physical growth of students was organized in which students of Grade-V put forward their views in against or for the motion. There was a huge participation of parents also in the audience. On judgment seat, we had Dhruv Sharma, Chanchal Sharma and Yesha Shukla.
Swastik Banthia and Yaamoli Vyas (Grade-V A) stood on 1st position, Purvaansh Ranka (Grade-V A) secured 2nd Position, Kavya Lohiya (Grade-V A) secured 3rd position. From Grade-V B Shriyadita Ranka secured 1st Position, Krishna Shah stood on 2nd Position and Shaurya Ranawat got 3rd position.







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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

"Make In India" held at WIS, Atun Road, Bhilwara













At Witty International, the focus has always been on the child being an active learner rather than being a mere passive observe. The curricular is based on supporting the child’s need to explore, and hence emphasizes on creating a rich and stimulating environment in which the child is free to play, learn and discover. In keeping with this philosophy of, “DISCOVERY WITH ACTION”, WITTY INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL hosted a unique EDUTAINMENT event on the 18th and 19th of November, 2017 in keeping with this academic year’s theme “Make In India”.
The event was envisaged as a magical, child-appealing, integrated version of India where children could get a firsthand experience of the various aspects of living in India and getting to know about its varied culture. Parents and family too were a part of their child’s exploratory learning and enjoyed the experience of watching children play the now redundant game like lagori, hop scotch, tyre rolling and a host of other fun games, gorge on some yummy desi food items, buy some wonderful Make In India handicraft products at the Witty stalls and get completely mesmerized by the lovely states of India created in each of the classrooms respectively. The décor of the respective classrooms was in tandem with the respective state’s culture, food, tradition, musical taste, famous tourist places of interest as well as their specially in terms of products exported globally. The walls were adorned with beautiful artwork done by the little Witty students. The teachers dressed up as natives of the state added to the authenticity of the experience.
The event enabled the children to travel from Kashmir to Kerala, click a picture with a Shikhara in Kashmir, pluck tea leaves in Assam and shake a leg to the groovy Bhangra beats in Punjab. The entrance plaza area in the school hosted a lively ramp walk with the theme of “Make In India” which had the parents and the little ones proudly sashaying the ramp in various ethnic Indian wear. The school’s Block- B had the crowd pulling on their dancing shoes to dance to various Indian folk songs.
The highlight of the event was an interesting puppet show, tattoo corner and magic show.

Apart from inculcating a fierce national pride in young children, the event was aimed at creating in them awareness about our subcontinent with its diversity of food, culture, tradition, clothes, music and art. Activities galore, fun unlimited and learning for life……..that’s what the children took home from this wonderful initiative!!! 

Little Toddlers were introduced to Shapes....


A triangle has three sides
Up the mountain, down and back
A rectangle has four sides, four sides
two are short and two are long
A square is like a box
It has four equal sides
A circle has no sides
It’s outside edges never end
On 20th November, 2017 little Wittians of Nursery at Witty International School, Udaipur participated in a shape parade activity.

The little toddlers came to school wearing a placard depicting a shape. They also brought objects with different types of shapes along with them. The class was decorated with different shapes flash cards and objects. With this they understood how many types of shapes we have in our surrounding. It was a fun-filled day for them.










Saturday, November 18, 2017

World Sanitation Day at Witty International School, Udaipur


Cleanliness and good sanitation in school is a matter of high importance.
Wittians observed World Sanitation Day with the motive to spread information about the importance of cleanliness, hygiene and sanitation.
Girls of Grade-5 to 8 were given a demonstration about the use of sanitary napkin dispenser and incinerator.
Students took a pledge to maintain proper cleanliness and hygiene not only at their home and in school but also in their neighbourhood areas.











Wittians attended Book Fair organized by Maharana Mewar Charitable Foundation, Udaipur


I read, I think,
Therefore I am,
What I am.
It was not less than a grand feast for the enthusiastic readers as; the students of Witty International School visited a book fair organized by Maharana Mewar Charitable Foundation at Khush Mahal ka Chowk, Udaipur.
The book fair covered wide range of books to appeal children of all ages. Volumes of books were showcased by prominent publishers which included from literature to history, current affairs, and children’s books.
The event was organized in order to enhance student’s knowledge and information. The response was highly tremendous.









 

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