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The webinar was conducted on 18.09.20 to help us understand how we can keep our brain healthy and stay cognitively fit. Their were many incredible tricks and activities involved to help us stimulate our brain and make learning easier, faster and fun.

    Hindi Diwas , Pre Primary
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    India has one of the most diverse cultures in the world. With its diversity in religion, culture, languages and traditions, the people of India live in harmony and unity. Hindi is the most prominent language of India. Hindi language was adopted as the official language  in the year 1949 on September 14th. Since then, this day is celebrated as Hindi Diwas.
     Our little Xaverians also celebrated this day with great pride and enthusiasm. Children explored and learned about the great history and facts of our national language. They recited rhymes, shlokas and poems in Hindi and acknowledged the importance of our mother tongue. This day plays a significant role in keeping us connected to our roots and always remind us of our ancient glorious culture.

      We have all heard that our IQ or Intelligence Quotient is what matters the most and it even decides our future, but what about our Emotional Quotient? In our busy daily lives, we often neglect the very importance of our emotions. Our IQ is very important, but it is said that people with high EQs have shown greater mental health, job performance, leadership skills and are more happy in their lives. The formative years of a child are the best to build up on their emotional stability, to accredit them to be happy in any situation, and to help them deal with any taxing circumstances, like the pandemic that we are currently facing. Do you think that you are developing enough EQ for your child? 
      We got all answers from our esteemed speaker Ms. Saloni Ramani, who is a well-known mind, body, and soul coach on the webinar which was conducted on 12.09.20

        ‘Art ignites creativity, gives wings to imagination and creates positivity around us’
        Creativity is inventing, experimenting, growing and having fun. It also has a positive impact on our sense of hope, self-worth, and well-being.
        St. Xavier’s High School conducted an Art webinar for little Xavierians to experience the joy of learning and fostering creative skills on 11th September 2020. It was truly a delight to see our enthusiastic Xavierians coming live on Facebook and engaged in fun-filled learning activities. An eminent artist, Ms Meeta Rampal enlightened the children in understanding essence of art and excelling in art with great innovative tips. 
        This was an excellent opportunity for students to develop their creativity, sharpen their motor skills and build confidence!!

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          Webinar : Healthy lifestyle during and after COVID-19
          The webinar was conducted on 09.09.20 to throw light on how to boost our immune system to fight back   

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            Webinar : Cursive Script - A boon to Penmanship
            The webinar was conducted on 05.09.20 to have an insight of the importance of Cursive Script and how Writing reflects ones personality. The speakers of this webinar were from our pre primary wing.   

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              Teacher’s Day Celebration
              ‘A teacher is a friend, philosopher and guide who holds our hand, opens our mind, and touches our heart.’ 
              To acclaim this auspicious day and express their heartfelt gratitude, students of St. Xavier’s High School sec 81, Gurugram celebrated Teacher’s Day virtually with great fervour and gusto.The students were live on Facebook  and conducted various activities and fun filled games. The efforts of students were overwhelming and commendable. Teachers were extremely touched by their warm gesture and elated with their wonderful performances. 
              An interactive and fun filled online session was conducted by  students as a mark of tribute to all teachers. Our respected Headmistress ma’am, Ms Sarika R Chopra extended her warm wishes to students and also shared her experiences both as a student and teacher. It was an enjoyable day with lot of fun and frolic.
               Happy Teacher’s Day!!

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