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ACTIVITIES 2019-20

Lawrentians Getting Global !

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The Grade 1 students of of St.Lawrence High School studied Kenya, the country of Africa. Global knowledge always fascinates the students and so different countries are explored in class with them.The flag of Kenya was explained to the children. They also learned about the people there and their habitat with the help of videos. Flash cards of a variety of animal species, including lions, elephants, cheetahs, rhinoceroses and hippopotamuses were shown to the children as a part of the explanation.These visual aids helped to bring alive Kenyan culture for the students and they learnt how to appreciate other cultures of the world.

Pottery At St. Lawrence!

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Earthen pot making is a step wise activity conducted with the students of Grade 1 in St.Lawrence High School. The students clean the mud to remove the stones and twigs and strain it thrice to make it as fine as possible.Every step of the process of Pottery takes the child closer to perfection. They learn how the potter carefully handles the wet pot to give it a perfect shape and this teaches them patience.Then they see how the pots dry in a damp room so that the harsh sunlight doesn’t cause them to crack. Lastly the pots are put into a kiln for brisque firing but once they are out they become strong and tough to hold everything that is put in them.The students made different things with clay and this helped develop their hand motor skills. It enhanced their creativity and they felt a sense of pride for creating something with so much care and hard work.This activity was symbolic of how parents and teachers care for and shape the lives of young children, just like a potter. It also taught the students that something so fragile also can ultimately become strong and steady if cared for well.

Gratitude Practiced At St.Lawrence!

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The students of St.Lawrence High School paid Gratitude for all the simple things which make their life comfortable and happy. Every day they prayed for the food, rain, bright sun and the peace of land.It was a good opportunity to say thank you to the school aunties who keep the classes clean and take their books to the classes. The students helped the bus uncles to clean the buses and wrote a letter thanking them for their love and care. The school bhaiyas were invited in the classes and the students expressed their feelings of gratitude.The office staff and Management appreciated this gesture of all the students and were happy to see the value of gratitude fostered and understood from an early age.

Dussehra Celebration At St. Lawrence!

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This year for Dussehra we at St.Lawrence symbolised the burning of Ravana with burning all our bad habits and investing our energy in our development.To let our positivity win over our negative tendencies like ego, jealousy, regret, anger, selfishness, greed, hatred, insensitivity, fear and sadness was the main aim of the celebration. The story of Dussehra was enacted before the students in the form of a puppet show. The significance of the 9 colours was explained through the example of 9 powerful women achievers who have done India proud and have become role models.The students, parents and teachers enjoyed doing the garba at the end of the celebration.

It's Time To Pay Gratitude To Our Real Heroes!

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Of all the gifts our children can receive, a grateful heart is the most important one. We at St. Lawrence ensure that we give this gift to each child from an early age.As a part of the gratitude month of September, we took the Grade 3 students to a nearby police station to make them say ‘thank you’ to our real life heroes. The students were proud to hear the stories of the officers and how they contribute to the safety of the locals. The police officers were very friendly and welcoming and assured the students of their support and help whenever needed.The highlight of this visit was that one of the officers took the students to see the various departments of the police station - especially the male and female prison. It was a humbling experience to see the police officers who face such challenging circumstances each day with a smile on their face.

Fridays for Future at St. Lawrence

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Students all over the world are showing their support to Greta Thunberg and her movement for restoring the planet for the well-being of humanity . Students of St. Lawrence also joined this movement. The students were explained the rapid destruction of the planet and how they need to begin the change towards betterment of the planet. The students made posters and slogans showcasing the burning need. They also came up with solutions which they will adopt in the school and their own homes. We as an institution believe that each individual has the power to bring about the change and this is our endeavour to encourage each one to do their bit and contribute for the larger good .

Inter-School Competition at St. Lawrence!

Image Image Image Image Image An Inter-School Quiz, Elocution and Poster Making Competition on Nature and Environment was organized by St. Lawrence High School and Junior College for the students of various schools of Nashik City. The event was presided over by Mr. Janak Sarda, the Director of Deshdoot Group of Newspapers. Mr. Sarda with his entrepreneurial achievements is an ideal role model for the youth of our city. The Poster Making and Elocution competitions were judged by Mr. Sanjay Sable and Ms. Jahnavi Kejriwal respectively. This endeavour was initiated 10 years ago to create awareness about climate change and commemorate World Ozone day. The idea was to encourage the youth to their bit towards saving the planet. Mr. Sarda in his address to the students said that the youth would bring about a change in the future, that they are the ambassadors of the challenges facing the environment. The overall trophy was bagged by New Era English School with Mst. Om Jadhav winning the elocution competition, Miss Vaishnavi Dixit and Mst. Siddhant Jinturkar winning the Quiz Competition and Miss Anushka Nikam and Miss Snehal Dusane bagging the second prize in the Poster Making Competition. The team from Fravashi Academy won the 1st Prize in the Poster Making Competition. All participants vowed to carry the message home that it is 'My Earth, My Future .... Let us ensure it is Secure'.

Eco-Buddies of St. Lawrence!

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The students of class 6 have been designated as eco-buddies at St. Lawrence. The eco brigade is responsible for creating awareness on various problems plaguing our surroundings. Recently, the students organized a rally to the areas surrounding the school. The agenda was to highlight the importance of saving electricity. The students made posters, banners and slogans to deliver their message. The students explained to the residents the various ways to help reduce their electricity consumption. The students have decided to visit the neighbourhood regularly to encourage the people to adopt the measures suggested by them.

Celebrating Onam at St. Lawrence!

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The Festivals celebrated in Maharashtra are well known to the students of St. Lawrence but as Indians we should be aware of the festivals of other states too.The students of Grade 1 learnt about Onam which is celebrated in Kerala - in South India.Onam is celebrated to thank the universe for all the things we receive like happiness and good health. The relevance of eating on a banana leaf, the food eaten on that day and lastly how the women do a folk dance to create happiness among the people was explained to the students.The students learnt that throughout the country all festivals stand for the values of love, gratitude, peace, progress and happiness.

Gratitude To The News Reporters From St.Lawrence!

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We at St. Lawrence believe gratitude makes us humble and happy. From a very early age the students learn to say thank you to all the people around them.To celebrate the gratitude month of September, the students of Grade 3 visited different newspaper offices to offer them gratitude for their services. They explained that we all need people to help us to make our life comfortable, so we should say thank you whenever we get a chance.The students interacted with the news reporters and also recited the poems that they had themselves composed. The reporters were all very touched by this gesture and were overwhelmed to hear the poems written by the children.This day was a perfect example of how the small things make a big difference in life.

The Lawrentians Learn Faces, Edges and Vertices!

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Two and three dimensional shapes are taught in Grade 1 and 2 at St. Lawrence High School.The students are told to bring objects of different shapes and then they analyse them in their classes. They focus on the faces, edges and vertices of the different objects that they bring along. The base shape of the prism and pyramid help the students to identify the name of the shape. During this activity they were able to touch the shapes and objects being studied and they felt more confident about thinking abstractly. The shapes were linked to objects in their everyday life and this helped the students to register what they see in their environment and look beyond just the physical appearance of things.

The Little Chefs of St. Lawrence!

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The Lawrentians enjoy cooking every month as a part of their school curriculum in Grade 1. They are familiar with the cooking vocabulary. They also know the ingredients used for every dish they cook with the guidance of their teacher.The step wise activity helps in synchronizing the actions they do while cooking. It helps the students to understand the importance of food and the hard work that their mother puts in every day. They also learn how to maintain hygiene while cooking.This year the dishes they made were Potato Pennies, Oatmeal surprise, Cheese, Pudding and non-baked cookies. They had a fun time while cooking and the dishes prepared were delicious.

And the moral of the story is...!

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The students of Grade 2 from St. Lawrence High School read a story, in which, a boy wonders what is the role of a tree besides standing on one place throughout its life. The students found out the answer in the form of a project. They made a tree and got cutouts of the products which we receive from trees.They categorized the pictures of medicines, furniture, instruments made from wood, eatables etc and stuck them around the trees. The slogans they wrote reflected the conviction of the students that the trees just don't stand but keep giving us a lot without expecting anything from us.This unique activity helped the students inherently understand the moral of story and cultivated environment consciousness in them too.

Lord Ganesha Visits St.Lawrence!

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Welcoming the Lord into our school every year is a Lawrentian tradition. The students of class X take the onus of organizing the celebration every year. This year also the student team planned the entire 5 day long celebration and put it into effect. The theme was 'Learning to be a Vighnaharta in our lives'. The students depicted Ganesha emerging from the water to help his devotees imbibe his qualities and become a part of the solution rather than a part of the pollution. The decor was eco-friendly and reusable. Keeping with the eco-friendly theme, a seed infused idol was installed. After a symbolic immersion, the idol was placed in the botanical garden of the school. Students, parents, staff and the Management of the school took part in the celebration organized by the students of class X.

Sorting Data With The Help Of a Venn Diagram In Grade 2!

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At St.Lawrence High School new techniques are introduced at an early age so that students can learn better. The Venn diagram was introduced to students in Grade 1, in which the students learnt to arrange the differences and similarities between a given set of animals. They learnt how this diagram efficiently conveys the similarities and differences between the chosen set of elements.In Grade 2 students were made to sort Compound shapes into a Venn diagram. Based on the number of straight lines and curves in the shapes, they had to put the shapes in the corresponding part of the circle. What made the activity even more fun was that we used hula hoops to make these Venn diagrams. Working with their hands to create a 3D diagram was very interesting for the students.

the shapes, they had to put the shapes in the corresponding part of the circle. What made the activity even more fun was that we used hula hoops to make these Venn diagrams. Working with their hands to create a 3D diagram was very interesting for the students.

'Moo' Theme At St. Lawrence!

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Taking a step towards environmental awareness, the Lawrentians of Grade 1 promised to throw garbage in dustbins and not on the ground, so that cows in the surrounding areas don’t accidentally eat garbage while grazing.The students learnt the steps of milk processing in the Moo theme. Every day one step was focused upon. The steel vat and the models of the machinery and milk products helped the students understand the complete process.The teachers spoke about how milk makes our bones strong. This activity helped the students to understand the value of a cow in our life and how is it important to keep cleanliness around us as because it affects us in some way or the other.

Founder's Day At St. Lawrence!

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At St. Lawrence, Founder's Day is not just a day of celebration. On this occasion, we try to learn from our Founder and imbibe her spirit in our lives. This year, to imbibe the generous spirit of our Founder and to lean how she looks beyond her own happiness, 100 children of the Aadhar Teerth Ashram, Trimbakeshwar were invited to the school to join in the celebration. A cultural programme was put by our students comprising of dance, songs and a rap, all dedicated to our Founder Mrs. Summan Datta. Students of all ages expressed their love, gratitude and what they have learnt from Ma'am. The students of the Aadhar Ashram thoroughly enjoyed the games and goodies organized for them by the students of our college. Ma'am began her address by thanking the students for showering their love on her. She also urged the students to do their best in whatever task they undertake.

Welcoming the Lord into our school and seeking his blessings!!!!!

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The Lawrentians Congratulate PV Sindhu!

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The students of St. Lawrence High School congratulated PV Sindhu for winning a gold medal at the World Badminton Championship.The video of her victory was shared with the students. It was a moment of pride for every student as they admired her dedication and consistent effort.Showing them this moment helped to make them visualise that hard work pays off. They made a determination to persevere in whatever they do and make their country proud.

The Spelling Bee Competition At St. Lawrence School!

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The students of Grade 1,2,3 of St.Lawrence High School performed well in the Spelling Bee Competition held in school. This activity helped the students to focus on the pronunciation of the words. The activity was conducted at two levels. The complete class participated at Level 1 and then the winners of every class were eligible for the final level. Both students and parents were excited about this competition.The competitors gained the necessary experience to develop a healthy sense of competing and friendly rivalry, while learning how to both win and lose with grace.Those who have a flair for the English language got a further boost to work harder and improve their vocabulary.All the participants also gained confidence because they had to perform under pressure and before an audience.

Let today be a new birth for us also – Happy Janmashtami!

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This year the students of St. Lawrence focused on the significance of celebrating Janmashtami. They studied the qualities of Lord Krishna. A skit was performed by the teachers which depicted Lord Krishna's mischiviousness, leadership, sincerity, loyal friendship and simplicity.They decorated a pot template and bright illustrations were made by them in their art books. The students of grade 3 made graceful peacock feathers and used them as bookmarks. The teachers explained that celebrating any festival is always fun but we should also try and understand what is the true essence of the festival and imbibe those qualities in our lives. The students vowed to make today a new birth for themselves. Happy Janmashtami!

St. Lawrence Celebrates Raksha Bandhan By Protecting Trees !

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"Aao Hum Sab Milkar Iss Saal Raksha Bandhan Pedon Ki Raksha Karke Manaye." Raksha Bandhan is a festival which celebrates the bond between a brother and a sister. However the essence of it is the promise to protect a loved one. In today’s day and age it’s the need of the hour for us to protect our Mother Nature, who nourishes us.The students of Grade 1,2,3 of St. Lawrence School promised to take care of one tree each. They made the rakhis from waste materials and tied those to the trees. Thus we gave a deeper meaning to this festival by inculcating a sense of responsibility for the environment in our future generation.

Oratory Competition at St. Lawrence!!

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Fluency in language, especially English, a language which connects people globally is much sought after. The Annual Oratory Competition organized for the students gives them a platform to asses their oratory skills while helping build a competitive streak in them. We held the first level of the intra class competition for the students wherein they presented poems, stories and elocution pieces. The winners will further compete at the inter-class competition.

Those who Care, Share!

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Learning from our Patron Saint, Saint Lawrence, the students of class 5 have adopted 'Those who Care, Share' as their theme for activities to be conducted through the year. In the 1st activity of the year, the students decided the materials to be collected in their donation drive. They made charts and posters to be put up in various places in the school appealing to their fellow students to donate to their cause. In the next leg of the activity, collection and segregation of material collected will be conducted. We Lawrentians believe that the whole world is one big family and all of us should take responsibility for its well-being.

Ganpati Making Workshop at St. Lawrence!

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Father of our Nation, the great Mahatama said, "Nature has enough to satisfy man's needs but has not enough to satisfy man's greed." The greedy nature of man has led him to plunder nature's bounty and has left her bare. If we do not take immediate steps, the generations to come will bear the brunt of this greediness. One small step towards conserving nature could be changing the way we celebrate our festivals. This Ganesh Chaturthi, we Lawrentians pledged to take our motto of 'celebrate with responsibility' to more and more people. Workshop on creating shadu mati Ganesh idols was held for students of class 3,4,5,6 and 7. Students and parents together participated in large numbers and benefitted from the workshop. Students were made aware of the havoc which idols of plaster of paris wreaks on the nature through videos and lectures. They were also acquainted with the concept of idols embedded with seeds which transform into plants. We believe, one step at a time we can save the world!

73rd Independence Day Celebrated at St. Lawrence

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The Management, Staff, Students and Parents celebrated the Independence Day with great pomp. The celebration began with the hoisting of our Tricolour by the Trustee of the school, Col (Retd.) Vijaykumar Datta. As a part of the celebration, students recited self composed poems, speeches highlighting the need to be a patriot and how does one become a patriot in the truest sense. The melodious songs sung by the school choir touched a chord in all present. The dance troupe added to the celebrations with their graceful dance. In his address to the students, the Trustee, Col Vijaykumar Datta said that we the citizens need to contribute to the society by excelling at everything we do. He also stressed on the importance of respecting parents and teachers.

Celebrating the Feast of Saint Lawrence!

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Benevolent and Generous Saint Lawrence, our Patron Saint, watches over us each day. We, Lawrentians celebrated the feast of Saint Lawrence to express our gratitude to our Patron Saint for blessing and protecting us each day. Teachers shared the story of the sacrifices and generosity of the Saint with the students. The students visited the grotto and prayed to Saint Lawrence. They also determined to imbibe the qualities of our Patron Saint and to become kind, compassionate, generous and considerate.

Wellness and Fitness Workshop For Teachers At St. Lawrence School.

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Hectic lifestyles leave teachers with no time to look after themselves. Hence a wellness program was organised for the teachers of St. Lawrence High School to address issues like lack of physical activity, stress management, etc. The adoption of healthy habits results in reducing risks of life threatening diseases and their associated costs. The teachers enthusiastically performed the exercises with the support of the sports instructor and vowed to exercise regularly and to strive to be fit .

Rakshabandhan Festivities at St. Lawrence!

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The festival of Rakshabandhan celebrates a very special bond between brothers and sisters. To make this bond even more special, this year our girl guides used their creativity to make lovely rakhis for their brothers and the boy scouts made greeting cards for their sisters. Handmade rakhi filled with the warmth and love of the sister is sure to bring great delight to the brother. The activity also helped provide a creative outlet to the students.

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"Personal discipline, when it becomes a way of life in our personal, family, and career lives, will enable us to do some incredible things." - Zig Ziglar We, at St Lawrence understand the importance of leading a disciplined life and the benefits it reaps in every aspect of our lives. Hence, DISCIPLINE was allotted as the value of the month July. The month began with the students viewing a video elaborating the need and importance of discipline in our lives. Over the month, students wrote essays and drew posters exhibiting their understandings and determinations. The month culminated with a special assembly comprising of a skit, song, speeches and poems highlighting the value of the month DISCIPLINE.

Lawrentians Explored their Senses With Soup !!!

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The Science subject gives an opportunity for every student to perform his experiment in St. Lawrence School. The students of Grade 1 get excited by the things around them. To explore the sensory organs soup was served to the students covered with foil in a paper cup. Holding the cup in their hand they used Touch to realise it was warm , after shaking it near the ear they understood it was liquid, the aroma in the lab was tempting and when they removed the foil the colour of the soup was so rich that the students could not stop themselves from tasting it. The younger students who have not fully developed all their senses started sharing the experiences about the soup and which organs helped them to explore these senses. It was a more of self learning with the soup as the teacher.

The Lawrentians Congratulates ISRO .

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The students of Grade 1 2 and 3 of St. Lawrence High School shared the news of Chandrayan 2 in their classes. A video of the Chandrayaan2 was shown to the students. They were excited and greatly motivated by the achievement of the scientists. Full of pride the students congratulated ISRO for the success and for adding another feather in India’s cap .

Learning the art of Grafting!

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Imparting skills which will help the students to lead fruitful lives and contribute to the well being of their environment is an important aim for us at St. Lawrence. The students of grade 7 visited Papaya Nursery to enhance their knowledge of plants. The learnt about the types of soil and weather required for plants to grow. The students were also shown how grafting of plants is done. Soon the students will create kitchen gardens within the school premises and practise organic farming.

I Have The Whole World In My Hand!

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The students of Grade 1 in St. Lawrence begin their Geography class with the song "I have the whole world in my hand". The students learn how the earth is made up of chunks of land and chunks of water. The continents and oceans are introduced with the help of flash cards and cutouts of the continents.Videos are a vital part of the process. The students also cut the continents and stick them around the world map. This activity serves to help them understand different places and the nature of various lands and oceans. Further the students are introduced to the concept of countries.

Brain Teaser Activity!

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Activities and events are the highlights of a school year for students. Students look forward to the fun such activities bring with them. The onus to add value to these activities is on us, the educators. Hence we at St. Lawrence organize various fun activities that propel learning as well as create value in the child’s life. One such activity was organized for the students of class 4 wherein the students were divided into groups. The group of students had to work in co-ordination and unscramble words and sentences as quickly as possible in order to win. While working as a brain stimulant the game also helped the students to learn effectively in a group setting.

Lawrentians Celebrated Author's Birthday

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At St. Lawrence, the students of Grade 3 celebrated the birthday of the author E.B. White as they are reading his book Charlotte's Web. Compassion, friendship and love towards the animals are the values dealt with in this book. The students of grade 3 enacted the chapters they read till now. The parents were also invited for the birthday.The students and parents also planted some saplings on the same occasion. Few students also shared their thoughts about the authors and how they inspire the students and are the true teachers.

Visual Activity Conducted At St. Lawrence!

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At St.Lawrence pre-reading starts with a visual activity that the students of Grade 1 have to do for 3 weeks. It involves documenting, describing and illustrating different signs that they see in the real world onto their art books. Signs and symbols are very common in real life, and it is important to understand the meaning behind them. The students found examples of different signs that they see in their everyday lives, drawing what they look like and giving a description of what they mean. While teaching this lesson, the teacher provided their students with different symbols that they may encounter in their everyday lives such as STOP, GO, ROAD CLOSED AHEAD , PARKING, NO PARKING, HOSPITAL, CAFE, FUEL STATION and many more.

Young Artists of St. Lawrence

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It is imperative that children be provided with opportunities to express themselves through various means and forms. We organized a Drawing Competition to give our students a platform to express their thoughts and ideas on issues like Saving Nature. The students depicted the problems plaguing our planet as well as what they feel can be done to save our Mother Earth. The activity once again made the students realize the need to take steps towards nature conservation .

The Lawrentians Enjoying Mud And Coal!

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Today's generation is always engrossed in mobiles and television whenever they get free time. To make them overcome this addiction, we at St. Lawrence got them involved with nature so that they could stimulate their sense of touch. The students of grade 1 were divided in groups and each group was given natural resources such as sand , water , mud , leaves, flowers and coal. The students played with sand and water and they filtered water with the help of sand. The other group made different shapes from clay. The next group used flowers, leaves and twigs to make patterns and the most attractive station was painting with mud and coal. It was a new experience for the students to indulge in nature in such a different way. Holding the charcoal gave them a firm grip and making shapes with clay enhanced their hand motor skill. Thus, we made use of our abundant natural resources to impart learning with fun.

A New Start, A New Beginning, A New Year At St.Lawrence High School!

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The students of St. Lawrence made a fresh new start with new books, new classes and new teachers. The year began with fun activities , some meditation and setting up of routines for all those involved. Along with the students even the parents needed to understand the new curriculum and other activities which their children will do through the year.A short orientation was organised for the parents. The students coordinated and helped the teachers as well. The students of grade 2 and 3 welcomed the parents and talked about the values that they’re learning this year. They also helped the parents to fill in information. This orientation ensured that both parents and teachers were in sync about the learning goals of the year.

Shapes around Me !!!!

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The Lawrentians of Grade 1 and 2 set out to spy on the different shapes all over the school. They copied them in their art books. The teachers then gave them similar shapes for matching.It was fun for the students to count the edges, faces and vertices. The students learnt the names of all the 2D shapes. They also labeled the shapes in the classes.

Tree Plantation Drive at St. Lawrence

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With the rising temperature and global climate change, planting trees is becoming the need of the hour. It has also been a Lawrentian tradition for the students of the passing out batch of class 10 to plant trees which are then named after the students planting them. The students planted Mango, Guava, Coconut, Sapota, Lemon and Palm trees as well as various creepers. The tree planted by the students lives on and reminds us of them way after after they graduate.

Doctor's Day At St. Lawrence!!

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At St. Lawrence School the students of grade 2 made greeting cards for the Doctors and the students of grade 3 visited the Doctors to wish them and pay their gratitude. The teachers in the classroom also played a quiz related to the profession of medical science.The students made cards for their own doctors and others doctors in their vicinity . This helped students to appreciate the doctors and their profession .

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We at St. Lawrence began our academic year with allotting a value to each month. Respect was the value for the month of June . Every morning our students begin their day with the 'Code of Respect' as we believe respect for every life and for every thing else is of prime importance and it’s significance must be imbibed among the youth. A video was made specially to help everyone reflect and realise the various aspects and significance of respect. The students drew and wrote their understanding of respect, what it means to respect someone and how can one display respect for various things, rules and people. The activity helped us reach an understanding that respect is the most essential part of being humane!

World Yoga Day at St. Lawrence

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At St. Lawrence, we give a lot of importance on imparting healthy habits among our students. Hence Yoga and Dance have been made a part of the regular syllabus for the younger students. We also ensure time for free play is allotted to every class to help the students remain fit. As a part of this aim, we celebrate World Yoga Day every year with great fervour. This year too students of the entire school were a part of this celebration which began with a small talk on the importance of practicing Yoga. The students were then shown various asanas like Tadasana, Virbhadrasana, Bhujangasana and Parvatasana The students enjoyed being a part of the celebration and promised to continue practicing Yoga on a daily basis.

The Lawrentians are back to the Teachers!

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To begin the new academic year on a high note, the teachers of Grade 1 2 and 3 of St. Lawrence High School went into the school buses of the students to welcome them. The bus ride was full of excitement. The parents were overwhelmed by this gesture of the teachers. Moreover the buses were decorated with new words of encouragement and colorful flowers and fishes.As soon as the students entered the school the other teachers started playing games with them. Seeing the students back, the teachers were very happy. The students met their old class teachers and were curious to know their new ones. Then they shared their feelings about the new year and what all they expect from their class.This helped to build a bond between the teachers and students , a bond that they will now strengthen over the year.

My Father's Dream - St .Lawrence!

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As a preparation for Father’s Day every student of St. Lawrence interviewed their father and made a beautiful card.Father’s day is one occasion which comes with an opportunity to make your Dad feel special and make him realise his contribution to the whole family.The students were curious to know the dream of their fathers when they were young. They found out that dream and promised to fulfill their fathers dream . The children also expressed their heartfelt gratitude to the superheroes of their lives.

Welcoming the new year with smiles and cheer!!!!!!!

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The first day of the new academic session at St. Lawrence was extremely invigorating. Bright sunny morning, cheerful faces, twinkling eyes, shiny scrubbed shoes and an electrifying energy is how we Lawrentians said hello to the new year. The entire school, the classrooms and the buses were especially decorated to add to the welcome cheer. To make the first day of school exciting for the students, diverse games were organised. All games were aimed at serving as an ice breaker and to help build bonds between the new classmates. Apart from the fun and games, the students also took a moment to introspect and understand their own strengths and weaknesses. A handwriting competition was also organized to encourage all students. The teachers also reacquainted the students with the rules and regulations to be followed. The students came up with their own class rules and determinations to be achieved in this academic year.

Lawrentians say "Thank You Dad"

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Fathers are the unsung heroes of our lives. The men who support us, shape us, shower us with silent love, Fathers deserve special acknowledgement. On this Fathers Day, our students wrote heartfelt letters to their Fathers to express their love and gratitude. The students also determined to make their Fathers proud by becoming good human beings and achieving success.

New Year Begins at St. Lawrence!

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The Lawrentian team started the new academic session with energy, enthusiasm, learning and determination to excel in all spheres in this Year of Victory. We began the year with an inspiring session focusing on growth and development. It was followed by fun activities. The scavenger hunt and the Listen and Do raised the energy levels and served as a great team building exercise. The session invigorated the team and each one vowed to be victorious in every way and every day.