All campuses of Sadeeqa’s Learning System (SLS) Montessori & High School celebrated World Wildlife Day, says a press release.
A special morning assembly was arranged in this regard for the students of Montessori classes and grade 1, 2 & 3 of Khadim Hussain Road Branch. The students in the audience were excited to see the participants wearing masks and paper costumes dressed up as different wild animals. The assembly started off with the introduction of the day by one of the student which was followed by a presentation about the wildlife found under the sea keeping in mind this year’s theme ‘Life below Water: for People and Planet’. Dressed up as different wild sea animals wearing paper costumes and head bands the students came up on the stage one by one and introduced themselves while sharing some interesting facts about each sea animal that they represented. One could see on the stage a tiger shark, a seahorse, clown fish, a dolphin and a turtle moving its flippers. Next on the stage came a group of Advanced Montessori students who performed on the poem ‘going in the jungle.’ The poem performance was thoroughly enjoyed by all the students. They audience sang along with the performers and guessed different wild animals found in the jungle and mimicked their sounds and actions.
The last performance of the day was a role play between two students who discussed about different wild animals living on the land in order to write a school essay about them. A group of students dressed up as different wild animals were also present on the stage. The students shared information about the habitats of the animals, their favourite food, one interesting fact about each animal and also tried to mimic their sounds. The role play ended with a special message to preserve the wildlife by not destroying the forests and the homes of these animals as they form an important part of our ecosystem.
The Montessori students made finger puppets and paper crowns of wild animals and the teachers interacted with them to create awareness about taking care of plants, birds and animals.
Section Head, Mrs. Ume Salma appreciated the teachers and the students for a well celebrated week conveying the message of saving the wildlife, flora and fauna and also for being a voice for the animals as they cannot speak for themselves.
All campuses of Sadeeqa’s Learning System (SLS) Montessori & High School marked Pakistan Resolution Day in the form of week-long activities, says a press release.
SLS, Tufail Road Branch celebrated the event with great zeal and zest through morning assembles and other classroom activities expressing their patriotism and love for the country.
The school ground looked beautiful coloured in shades of green and white. Flag hangings made by the students in their arts and craft class were hung in the school compound along with balloons in green and white giving a festive look to the premises. Each grade level was assigned a task to make banners with the help of their teachers highlighting the importance of the day. Beautiful banners illustrating Allama Iqbal’s poetry, famous landmarks of Pakistan and some beautiful quotes and messages portraying their love towards the country were made and displayed by the students in the school ground.
A special morning assembly was also held highlighting the historical importance of Pakistan Resolution focusing on the vision and mission of the day. Students shared some important facts about the day and top ten facts were later displayed throughout the week on the school notice board for all the students to read. The students learnt about the famous figures who played a vital role in the Independence movement.
National Days remain incomplete without the national songs. The weeklong activities came to an end as a group of students sang a beautiful medley of national songs. All the teachers and students in the audience sang along with them waving stick flags in the air, and it was a beautiful sight to see.
Rawalpindi : All campuses of Sadeeqa’s Learning System (SLS) Montessori & High School celebrated the International Day of Happiness, says a press release. SLS Montessori and High school, Montessori Section Lalazar held several activities in this regard which were followed by a special morning assembly, says a press release.
Students were welcomed back to the school after their final exams and result through a bunch of activities planned for the day. A “Happy Display” was prepared in the classrooms by the teachers, the students drew and annotated one thing that made them happy and displayed them. They laughed around and showed each other their favourite happy moments. Art periods were utilized to create colourful “Happiness Bookmarks” and happiness tokens were also distributed as a reward for making someone happy and spreading smiles.
A group of grade 3 students took part in a special morning assembly. The special assembly focused on this year’s theme of being “Happier Together”. The students gave presentations depicting some “happy acts” like sharing, caring for and helping each other, through which one can spread happiness around themselves. The purpose of these presentations was to encourage the students to perform good deeds in order to spread smiles and happiness around them, as a little happiness goes a long way. The ‘happy acts’ were followed by another group of third graders who came up on the stage holding colourful placards and shared their thoughts about the day in the form of small messages.
The special assembly ended with a delightful song. The students clapped along as the performers sang the song “Happiness is something if you give it away, then it comes right back to you”. Section Head, Attiya Nadeem appreciated her teachers and students for a wonderful morning assembly.
Rawalpindi: More than 700 students from Sadeeqa’s Learning System (SLS) Montessori & High School participated in The Little Art’s 8th season of ArtBeat – National Child Art Competition and over a dozen of them were invited to receive certificates and prizes at the prize distribution ceremony, says a press release.
The ceremony took place at the NCA Auditorium, where all the winning young artists from the North Region came along with their families to attend the ceremony preceded by an exhibition of the selected paintings. This year’s competition had the largest participation of children, with over 7,000 artworks from all across the country. Out of the 215 artworks chosen for exhibition, 14 were made by students of SLS School.
Adan Fatima of SLS, Satellite Town Junior Branch was declared as the National winner and was also awarded the first cash prize and a winning trophy. Rayyan Atif of SLS, Hali Road Branch stood second and received his cash prize while Huzaifa Tanveer of SLS, Gulraiz Senior Branch received his prize for the third position respectively. Excellence awards for the art teachers of SLS were also given as a token of appreciation for promoting child art among the students. The jury for the 8th ArtBeat Competition consisted of painter R. M. Naeem, Abdul Jabbar Gull – Sculptor and Painter, Sadaf Naeem – Painter, and Sajjad Akram – Visual Artist and teacher.
Chief guest Farooq Qaiser appreciated the students on their achievement and gave wonderful words of encouragement for them as well. He addressed the parents especially, convincing them to let this achievement be the beginning of the artistic journey of their children. The SLS students whose paintings were exhibited include Ayesha Imran, Fatima Batool, Bisma Adnan, Adil Utbah Omer, Zain Abbasi, Aiza Tariq, Dua, Numair Ahmad, Rijja Malik, Abdul Ahad Malik, Abdullah Irfan, Nabira Salman, Amna Shakoor and Syeda Nayyab.
Rawalpindi: All campuses of Sadeeqa’s Learning System (SLS) Montessori & High School recently held the Annual Result Day, says a press release.
The final result day was held as the academic session 2018-19 came to an end. Filled with excitement and eagerness for the students, parents and the teachers; the day started off with the annual prize distribution ceremony which was held in all the campuses. The top three positions for every grade level from grade 3 till grade 10 were announced and trophies and certificates were given to the position holders. Assessment results for grade 1 and 2 students were displayed in their classrooms. The young students were greeted by their teachers as they came to collect their results and were also awarded with certificates of appreciation based on their performance in different academic aspects.
The Montessori sections of all the campuses were decorated beautifully as the toddlers of Advanced Montessori came to attend their graduation ceremony. Clad in graduation gowns they received their graduation certificates and posed for a group photograph with their teachers and fellow students. It was indeed a very emotional moment for the teachers and the parents as the students graduated from Montessori to the Primary section.
In order to appreciate and motivate the students based on their behavior, attendance, handwriting and other skills and conducts, special certificates were also awarded. One could see lots of happy faces of the students and the proud parents in all the campuses of SLS. Teachers along with the students were also appreciated for their efforts and were awarded with positions based on their performance throughout the academic year. Special bonuses were given to the top three teachers of each campus under the Annual Assessment Scheme of SLS.
Managing Director, SLS Schools, Asiya Talha sent out a special message for all the students, congratulating them for showing good results. She also appreciated the teachers for their efforts and hard work as due to their collective effort a successful academic year came to an end.
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