Annual Report

ACTIVITY REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL, MAY 2018

 

SHEMSTARS ALL SET TO SPARKLE

 

It was with this spirit that the students dressed in new uniforms spread freshness and positivity in the entire premises. The morning sun shone bright on the students of Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore when they gathered for the first assembly. At Shemford – where every child is a STAR, children are groomed to pave their own path, where, ‘Learning comes Alive’.

For an auspicious inception, on the 1st of April, a prayer meeting was held in the school premises. The morning assembly on Monday, began by seeking the blessings of Lord Almighty by chanting prayers after which the Principal, Ms Amita Dhaka addressed the students. In her welcome speech she said that she was happy to lead the Shemstars into the sparkling world of Shemrock and Shemford Group of Schools because, only they progress who are responsive to positive changes. This was followed by Ganesh Vandana, a beautiful dance performance by young Shemstars. The gathering was left spellbound when Ms Meenakshi Mohan expressed her views about the novel school in her beautifully composed poem ‘ Shemford- Humara Abhiman‘.The tiny tots put their best foot forward in an exciting dance number ‘Deep deep deep’ giving the Shemstars a hint about the excitement they should look forward to in the new school. The conclave was rapt when the School Song resounded in the valley. A wave of new zeal seemed to drift in the entire arena with the melodious choir.

A dream does not become a reality only through magic, it claims sweat determination and hard work- was the message given to the Shemstars by Dr Mrs. Bimla Arora, the Founder Director of Shemrock preschools and Associate Director of Shemford Group of Schools, on the first day. The students were guided to make the best of the facilities provided by the school to outshine in life. After singing the National Anthem in chorus, sweets were distributed among all following which the young Shemstars walked back to their classes all set to pave their path at Shemford.

SHEMSTARS OBSERVE THE WORLD HEALTH DAY

 

‘It is health that is real wealth, not pieces of gold and silver’ – was the message conveyed in the morning assembly by the young Shemstars at Shemford, Pinjore. Stressing upon the theme, UHC (Universal Health Coverage), of World Heath Day for the year 2018, Dr Shashi Gupta guided the young children to take care of their own selves to lead a better and healthy life.

The students of classes 1 and 2 eagerly participated in Fancy dress presentation, dressed up as healthy and junk food, teaching in their own way to distinguish the right kind of food from the wrong.  Various inter house competitions like collage making, declamation, power point presentations were also conducted for the Shemstars of Primary and Middle School wherein they left no stone unturned to prove their caliber. A group discussion was also organized for the senior students with the doctor at school to mark the event. They could gather the message that – ‘To keep the body in good health is a duty, otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear’.

SHEMFORD PINJORE CELEBRATES BAISAKHI

 

It was a cherished morn at the Shemford Pinjore, when the Shemstars greeted one another on the onset of the New Year, Baisakhi.  A lot of gaiety spread in the valley with the echoes of beautiful Punjabi folk songs. The Shemstars of the Primary and Pre Primary wing brought into the premises all the hues of life being clad in bright Punjabi attire. Beautiful dances presented by them left the audience enthralled. Speeches and poems were also delivered to enlighten them about the reason to celebrate this event.

There was another cause of celebration- Dr. B R Ambedkar Jayanti. To honour the principal architect of the Constitution of India, speeches were delivered in his honour and a quiz was conducted on the life and works of the great personality. The Principal, Ms Amita Dhaka guided the students to understand their responsibility towards the nation and adhere to the Constitution of India in true spirit. She also conveyed her greetings and a prosperous new year to the Shemstars and their families.

WORLD HERITAGE DAY OBSERVED AT SHEMFORD, PINJORE

 

To help the children become responsible citizens of the world when they grow up, the importance of our heritage was emphasized upon on the World Heritage Day. Cultural richness is something to be cherished and adopted was the message given to the children the Principal, Ms Amita Dhaka. A special assembly comprising of speech, poems and amazing facts was conducted. Inter House Declamation competition, Inter House Quiz Competitions and designing of theme based Scrap Files on heritage of the world were few of the activities conducted in the school to make the students aware about the rich heritage of the globe. “We will preserve and take care of our inherited wealth- be it the monuments, literature or the customs”, the children vowed.

SHEMSTARS’ PLEA – OUR MOTHER EARTH- OUR CONCERN

 

‘Mother of all the mothers is in great despair, she needs our love and care’, was the keynote of the Earth Day celebrations in the school.  The students expressed this motif through various Inter House Competitions. Poems were recited and compositions were written on thought provoking pictures. It is believed that children learn by doing. ‘Best out of Waste’ brought out many ways of reusing the waste material effectively which proved to be a practical lesson for the young Shemstars. This thought and theme was also expressed by compiling beautiful and colourful scrap files filled with posters and pictures depicting the plight that mother earth is undergoing. Beautiful collages were also made by them. A quiz based on Earth Day and speeches to spread awareness among their fellow students was the contribution made by the seniors students. The tiny tots of Shem Foundation were taken for a nature walk around the beautiful gardens in the school campus. They were also shown how to germinate seeds in tiny pots. The Principal, Ms Amita Dhaka encouraged the students to plant a seed on every birthday, it would be in this way that they could invest oxygen for their own future. She said “Save the earth in your own little way.”

 

TALENT HUNT- A UNIQUE INITIATIVE OF SHEMFORD, PINJORE

 

To help the newcomers feel comfortable at school, they are given a platform to exhibit their talents. It has always helped the students feel important and become one with the others. The talent hunt competition was held at Shemford where the new Shemstars exhibited their competence in various activities like singing, dancing, playing the casio, painting, sketching, calligraphy, poem recitation and much more. All the new students were welcomed and applauded for the talent they exhibited.

BOOK WEEK OBSERVED AT SHEMFORD, PINJORE

 

With each important day being observed with gravity, a week long activity schedule was executed at Shemford on account of International Book Day.  Books being the best friends and guide for every student, this week was given due importance.  Various activities like storytelling, story writing, poem recitation, making book marks, designing book covers, poster making, visiting the public library, donating old books to poor children were few of the many activities distributed  class wise . Amongst all the tiny tots, the children from the primary wing stole the show when they moved around the school dressed up in their favourite fairy tale character. It was indeed a treat to the eyes seeing Aladdin’s and Cinderella’s roaming about in the school campus. The week was culminated with a three day book exhibition organized in the school premises where the students’ enthusiasm reflected the keen interest they had in books.

ORIENTATION FOR PARENTS HELD AT SHEMFORD, PINJORE

 

At Shemford, it is stongly believed that both teachers and parents play an important role in the growth and development of the children and its only through open communication, fruitful discussions and active participation of both that we are able to lay a strong foundation for them. This was the underlying theme of the orientation programme held for the parents.

The Principal, Ms Amita Dhaka said that it was an endeavour to acquaint the parents with ShemEdumax, the unique research based child friendly curriculum of Shemrock and Shemford Group of Schools developed and improved at its R&D Office at New Delhi.

The Orientation Program was was graced by Dr. D. R. Arora Chairman, Shemford and Shemrock Group of Schools, Dr. Mrs. Bimla Arora the Founder Director of Shemrock Group of Schools Mr. Amol Arora, the Vice Chairman and MD of Shemford and Shemrock Group of Schools and Ms. Meenal Arora, the Founder Director of Shemford Group of Schools, who duly confirmed the right choice of the institution made by the parents of Shemstars. She left the audience captivated with her speech which focused around Parenting Tips and how effectively parents can contribute to the unique curriculum, Shemedumax to raise their children.

Apart from this ‘Synergy’ was highlighted- the means of communication between the parents and the institution in different ways.

The parents were also highly impressed by the LMS- Learning Management System which is a highly futuristic method of teaching online and the beautiful journey through the Pre Primary Wing brought contagious smiles on their faces. They confirmed that such interactive sessions are definitely beneficial.

LAUGHTER – THE ELIXIR OF LIFE, say SHEMSTARS

 

‘Laughter is the Best Medicine’ and the Shemstars celebrated this day with enthusiasm, mirth and glee. The mood for Laughter Day was set in with the morning assembly based on the same theme. Principal Ms. Amita Dhaka, expressed her joy to see the Shemstars rejoice and said that ‘A good laugh and a long sound sleep daily are the best cures for any ailment.’

In the Inter House Poem Recitation Competition for the junior wing, beautifully composed witty and thought provoking poems were recited that filled the arena with nonstop laughter. The students of the middle school and the senior wing put up skillfully directed skits to mark the day. A neck to neck competition was seen among the four houses in both the categories. To continue with the celebration all the Shemstars were made to laugh aloud to demonstrate the wonderful exercise. “The cheerful echoes in the beautiful campus of the school confirm that ‘Laughter is the Sunbeam of Beautiful Souls’ “, said, Dr. Mrs. Bimla Arora, Associate Founder Director, Shemford Group of Schools.

TECHNOLOGY DAY OBSERVED AT SHEMFORD

 

Technology Day was observed at Shemford, Pinjore, to commemorate the successful nuclear test at Pokhran, Rajasthan. The students of the Pre Primary Wing were acquainted with commonly used gadgets in day to day lives to arouse their curiosity, while, for the students of the Primary Wing, a quiz was conducted in the assembly which followed information on the Technology day in the form of speeches and poems.   An inter house quiz competition was conducted by the IT department of the school for the seniors to mark the day. The enthusiasm and zeal of the participants as well as the audience made this event truly remarkable and a great learning experience for all.

SHEMSTARS’ REVERENCE TO MOTHERS

 

It was indeed Mothers’ Day at Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore, where mothers of the Shemstars had a momentous experience of watching their children performing exclusively for them. Principal, Ms. Amita Dhaka greeted the exuberant gathering and confirmed that at Shemford, care is taken to inculcate Sanskars in the children as a part of the school curriculum and, under this theme, various activities were conducted, class wise, to make all the mothers of every Shemstar feel special and blessed. The students of the Pre Primary wing stole the show with their innocent expressions in a beautiful dance performance, while the students of the Primary and the Middle School brought tears to the eyes of all through their beautiful items expressing their love and gratitude to their mothers. It was a fun filled day for the mothers as various activities like Act Smart, Tune Smart, Walk Smart, Rhythm Smart, Cook Smart , Write Smart and Advice Smart were organized , where they got a platform to exhibit their thoughts, expressions and talents, and of course, relive their childhood . The jubilance of the day increased manifold when certificates for Excellence in Academics were given away to the Star Achievers for the session 2017-2018.  The mother of Shemford, Pinjore, Dr. Mrs. Bimla Arora, congratulated all the mothers on this special occasion.

SHEMFORD SUMMER CRICKET TOURNAMENT

 

A four day summer cricket tournament is being organised at Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore. Enthusiastic and energetic teams from all over the tricity are participating in the tournament. The tournament was inaugurated with lot of zeal, enthusiasm, energy and sportsmanship on May 20, 2018. This tournament consists of League cum Knock Out matches. Each match will have 10 overs. The teams will be competing for trophies in various categories like Best Player, Best Bowler, Best Batsman, Highest Wicket taker and Man of the Match. Playing on the World Class cricket pitch in the premises of Shemford Pinjore is giving a great experience to the players. This four day tournament will conclude with the finals on May 23rd.

PINJORE DIPSITES OUTSHINE IN CLASS X AND CLASS XII CBSE EXAMINATION, 2018

 

The students of DPS, Pinjore (now Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore) brought laurels to the school with their outstanding performance in class X and class XII CBSE examination. With as many as 14 students scoring an aggregate of 90% and above in class X , Yashi Goyal topped the list with 96% followed by Harpreet Singh at 95.2% and Harsh Srivastava stood third with 94.8% . Harpreet Singh scored cent percent in Social Science while Shivangi Mishra scored 99. Shruti Bansal, Muskaan and Aditi Prashar also scored 99 marks in Computers.  Harsh Srivastava scored the same in Mathematics. Also as many as 135 students scored 90% and above marks in various subjects. The cent-per-cent quality result also gave everyone moments of exhilaration.

In class XII Soumyadeep Pathak took the lead in Science Stream scoring 94% marks followed by Upasna Sharma and Srishtie Sabherwal with 92% and 91.6% marks respectively. The Commerce Stream was topped by Aneesh Sharma followed by Ritwick Machhral while Anushka Sharma took the lead in Humanities. The Management, Principal and Staff congratulated all the students on their luminous performance.

 

 

 

ACTIVITIES FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL, MAY (CLASSES NURSERY TO 2)

 

MEET AND GREET WELCOME ASSEMBLY

April 2, 2018 Students joined the school for the new session with full excitement and energy and a special Meet and Greet Welcome Assembly was conducted, our Principal Mrs. Amita Dhaka welcomed the Shemstars.

WORLD HEALTH DAY

April 6, 2018 An informative assembly was conducted by the students of the in which emphasis was given to the importance of health .Fancy Dress was organised in which students dressed up as healthy food verses junk food and fruits and vegetables. A talk by the class teachers on “Cleanliness of the Body” and “Junk Food V/S Healthy Food” was taken up .Activity sheets were also done by the students. Classes 1 and 2 also wrote a few lines on Health is Wealth.

WORLD HERITAGE DAY

April 12, 2018 In order to mark “WORLD HERITAGE DAY”, with a theme-OUR LEGACY- OUR PRIDE, students of classes Nursery to class 2 had HERITAGE RACES in which they had to run till the Historical places. They were also made aware about how to keep our Historical Monuments neat and clean by not defacing them.

BAISAKHI CELEBRATION

April 12,2018 To continue “ the spirit of togetherness “ festival of Punjab, Baisakhi was celebrated  in which students dressed up as girls-Punjabi suits and boys kurta dhoti and danced on the beats of bhangra and also did colouring in Activity sheets.

EARTH DAY

April 20, 2018  To celebrate the EARTH DAY  various activities were  conducted like classes Nursery, LKG and UKG  went around the campus and collected twigs and leaves ,which .They were also told about the concept  of Big and Small by showing trees and shrubs. Classes 1 and 2 did Seed Germination activity and were told to take care of our environment and to Grow More Trees.

 

TALENT HUNT

April 21, 2018 Talent Hunt was conducted for the new admissions in the school auditorium in which new students got an opportunity to show case their talent in different areas like dancing , singing, poem recitation, jokes ,etc.  Speaking on the Occasion our Principal Mrs. Amita Dhaka welcomed new Shemstars to Shemford family and also congratulated the winners of the Talent Hunt.

WORLD BOOK DAY

April 23 to 27, 2018 In order to inculcate the habit of reading, students were told about the importance of reading and even they were taken to the Library and different stories were recited to them .Students of classes 1 and 2 also came dressed up as their favourite story character and  spoke one or two lines on it. Students also narrated their Bedtime stories with the help of props. They also wrote paragraph on Importance of Reading and Benefits of Books .Activity sheets were also coloured and put up in their classes.

ORIENTATION PROGRAMME

April 28, 2018 An Orientation Programme was conducted for the whole school in which parents were made aware of our new Shemford system- Activities, Examination, ERP, 16 Pillars, A Journey To Shem Foundation.

LABOUR DAY

May 1, 2018 To know about the importance of Dignity of labour, Labour Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm. Students of class 1 met the helpers who help them every day. A thought provoking assembly was conducted by the students for which all the helpers at school were also invited. Beautiful poems were recited and speeches were given to show their gratitude to all the helpers who kept the environment so neat and clean. They presented cards and titles to each and every helper to make them feel special and an indispensable part of the institution. The Principal, Ms. Amita Dhaka in her address said that ‘Without Labour nothing Prospers’ which was indeed a strong message to all alike.

The helpers at school also exhibited their glee by putting up beautiful dance and song performances which was apart from the cultural program put up by the students and teachers of Shemford.

LAUGHTER DAY

May 1, 2017 “Laughter is the best medicine”. So to keep up the spirit students of class 1 shared humorous jokes. A mimicry session was organized by the students of class 2.

TECHNOLOGY DAY

May 11, 2018 To be Techno Smart, students were made aware about the latest technology.      

                                                      

MOTHER’S DAY

May 12, 2018 Mothers were invited on this day to make them feel special. Various activities and competitions were organized for them like Stage Smart, Tune Smart, Act Smart, Rhythm Smart, Walk Smart, Cook Smart, Write Smart, Advice Smart. A sumptuous refreshment was also served to our dear mothers.

ANNUAL REPORT – 2020-2021

PRIMARY WING

 (CLASSES NURSERY TO UKG)

MEET AND GREET WELCOME ASSEMBLY

April 1, 2020  Students joined the Zoom session  for the new session with full excitement and energy and a special Meet and Greet Welcome Assembly was conducted to  welcome the Shemstars.

WORLD HEALTH DAY

April 7, 2020 An informative zoom session  was conducted  in which emphasis was given to the importance of health . A talk by the  teachers on “Cleanliness of the Body” and  “Junk Food V/S Healthy Food” was taken up . Shem Tips by Mrs.Meenal  Arora ma’am was given to mark this day  by inculcating the habit of washing hands in our children to fight different kinds of viruses and bacteria.A security check required video was also shown to the children.

BAISAKHI CELEBRATION

April 13,2020 To continue “ the spirit of togetherness “ festival of Punjab, Baisakhi was celebrated  in which parents were given Shem Tips by Meenal ma’am to dress up in traditional Punjabi attires like Patiala salwars with colourful dupattas and cute little turbans,lungis and kurta and make them dance  on the beats of bhangra .

EARTH DAY

April 22, 2020 As we have completed 50 years of celebrating Earth Day so Shem Tip by Meenal ma’am was given to reuse and recycle the throw away waste as a useful things like using old CDs,bottles,jewellery,greeting cards.paper plates etcand creating things like photo frames,wall hangings,pencil stand etc.

WORLD BOOK DAY

April 23 ,2020 In order to inculcate the habit of reading, students were told about the importance of reading. The parents were told to help dress up their child as one of their much-loved story book characters using simple things found at home and then let them act out a small performance to see the character through their eyes. Students also narrated their Bedtime stories with the help of props.

INTERNATIONAL DANCE DAY

April 29,2020 To celebrate International Dance Day our children sang and danced on their favourite dance numbers and also shared their videos and enjoyed this day.A MUSICLASS was arranged with a team of professionals  who created music with Household items.

Inspite of all these important days we have also celebrated every day as a special day for our Shemstars :-Marvellous Mondays, Talented Tuesdays, Wow Wednesdays, Thrilling Thursdays, Fantastic Fridays and had done fun-filled and  endless activities with them

ACTIVITY REPORT- APRIL 2020

Classes (6-12)

ACADEMIC SESSION BEGINS WITH ONLINE CLASSES

at SHEMFORD,  PINJORE

Keeping in view the grave situation caused by Covid 19, it is the call of the hour to ‘Stay Home to Stay Safe’. The parents and students of the school were oriented about the disease and the precautions to be taken, through various circulars and posters.

Due to the lockdown, since the students cannot reach school physically, Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore is reaching out to students digitally. Whatsapp groups have been made with the teachers and parents numbers. Parents are guided to help their children utilise this time fruitfully.

For classes 10th and 12th – the online teaching for the new session began on 25th March. The results for the previous session for classes 1-9 were displayed on the school ERP on 28th of March. Their regular classes will begin on the 1st of April 2020. The teachers are working into the details so as to implement the same effectively. For this the staff is preparing PPTs for online lessons that shall be shared with the students as per the schedule. These will be supplemented with assignments and worksheets to strengthen the understanding of the concepts. To keep the little Shemstars of Pre-Primary classes (Nur – UKG) engaged constructively at home, a host of activities, worksheets, interesting sites and other tips for academics are being suggested regularly.

Thus school aims to help the Shemstars utilize their time to learn lessons, do the assignments & quizzes etc. in an interesting and effective manner. This initiative has been welcomed and is being highly appreciated by all the parents and their children who are studying at home – safely.

 

SHEMSTARS MAKE THE MOST OF THE LOCKDOWN –

 ‘At Shemford, children want to go to school even on a Sunday’, but now when the Shemstars are away from school, Shemford has reached out to them in their homes.

While parents were concerned about their children sitting idle at home in this period of the pandemic, Shemford designed a schedule for the whole day for the little ones , full of activities , fun, enjoyment and effective learning to keep them occupied positively and constructively.  

Every morning the students of the Pre Primary and Primary wing wait eagerly for their teachers to share with them the activities for the day and actively participate in the same. Parents’ and students’ satisfaction, learning and delight is what is sought by the school.

ACTIVITY REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF MAY( CLASSES NURSERY TO UKG)

                                                          LABOUR DAY

May 1,2020  Our community helpers do all the important work to make the community safe ,orderly,clean and a better place to live in.To know about the importance of Dignity of labour ,children were explained about the role of different community helpers in our neighbourhood and parents were also told to help their child to appreciate all occupations as well as provide them ideas about what they want to be when they grow up.

                                                                MOTHER’S DAY

May 10,2020 To make Mother’s Day memorable for their mommies our children made a unique gift for them :a colourful necklace made with macaroni and paper and to make this day extra special :An exclusive interaction with the national award –winning actress ,Ms.Divya Dutta was conducted in which she candidly talked about the precious mother –child bond and recited a beautiful poem that really touched the heart..

TECHNOLOGY DAY

May 11,2020 To be Techno Smart ,students were made aware about the latest technology .Our MD-Mr.Amol Arora also conducted a Live Webinar on “How to be a Parent in the Digital Age”for our parents.

Inspite of all these important days we have also celebrated every day as a special day for our Shemstars :-Marvellous Mondays, Talented Tuesdays, Wow Wednesdays, Thrilling Thursdays, Fantastic Fridays and had done fun-filled and  endless activities with them

                                                          

ACTIVITY REPORT- MAY 2020

 

SHEMSTARS SALUTE THE CORONA WARRIORS

To mark the Community Helpers’ Day, the Shemstars of Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore paid tribute to the frontline workers battling the novel corona virus outbreak. The students made cards and origami flowers to express their gratitude to all the people of the community who are risking their lives working day in and day out in the welfare of the nation. The messages of the students are a reflection of their sincere thanksgiving in the crucial time of the pandemic.

 

SHEMSTARS CELEBRATE MOTHER’S DAY

‘A mother is she who can take the place of all others but whose place no one else can take’. Shemstars participated in a special fun filled online assembly to celebrate Mother’s Day. The renowned film actress and National Award winner Divya Dutta was the guest for the day. She has authored the book Me and Ma. In her address to the children, she said that the best gift that a child could give to his mother was a tight hug while the best gift that a mother can give to her children , is to be their best friend.

The children learnt to make cookie cake from their teachers which was a special treat for their mothers on their special day. They also learnt to make necklace with macroni and straw. Beautiful cards expressing their love took their mothers by surprise. They were motivated to plan indoor picnics and enjoy fun games while at home. Shemstars enjoyed the quarantine Mother’s Day with a difference!!

 

NATIONAL TECHNOLOGY  DAY  CELEBRATED

AT  SHEMFORD,  PINJORE

National Technology Day was observed at Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore today. A special online assembly was conducted for the students of the preprimary wing. They were acquainted with the term and shown the various appliances which they find around them.  They learnt to make a rope and glasses telephone which they thoroughly enjoyed. Mr. Amol Arora, MD, Shemrock and Shemford Group of Schools, was the speaker for the day.  He involved the parents of the students in an online quiz as well. A special session was organized with the parents of the Shemstars, guiding them on how to become and make their children tech savvy.

The students of the primary, middle and senior school were assigned projects which they made enthusiastically. Shemstars made portable fans, water dispensers and parachutes as guided and shared the same with their peers in their online groups. ‘Today, we do not use technology, we live technology. It is technology that has made it possible for us to reach out to our students. in their homes during the lockdown’, said Ms. Teenu Jolly, Principal, Shemford Pinjore.

 

WEBINAR ON STRATEGY, TIME MANAGEMENT AND STRESS CONTROL

 

A webinar on Strategy, Time Management and Stress Control was organized for the Shemstars  on 27th of May, Wednesday from 10:30 am to 11:30 am . 

This workshop was conducted by the academic experts at Bullseye and Hit bullseye. It was a very informative and beneficial workshop as it provided valuable guidance on selection of streams for higher education and help students  score better in the Board exams.  

 

Activities for the month of July

DOCTOR’S DAY

July 01,2020 On account of Doctor’s Day students were given a talk by the doctor on how to keep yourself healthy ,different instruments were shown to them which is used by doctors.

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TREE PLANTATION WEEK-EACH ONE PLANT ONE

July 15 to July 20 ,2020 Special assemblies were organized by the students to tell the importance of planting trees. Students also planted saplings.

PARENT’S DAY

July 25,2020 To make students aware of the importance of their parents ,students were told about the importance of this day ,when it was started and why it was started .They were also told that how should we celebrate it with our parents as they are  their role models ,mentors ,emotional strength , their guide, their first love etc  Pre primary children made love you and thank you cards for their parents. They also celebrated this day by singing songs, dancing with their parents and making a special gift for them.

ACTIVITY REPORT- JULY 2020

 

 

Doctor’s Day celebrated by the Shemstars

Doctor’s Day was celebrated by the Shemstars with great zeal and enthusiasm. They participated in a variety of activities like Role Play, Show and Tell, Model making, poem and article writing.  These contributions were a salute to the doctors working in the forefront in these times of pandemic.

It was overwhelming to see them share their activities in the online interactive session with the School Head Mrs Teenu Jolly.

They also shared jokes and laughter to mark the International Joke Day today.

 

 

ONLINE ORIENTATION FOR PARENTS

AT

SHEMFORD PIONJORE

 

Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore conducted online sessions on the topic- “Teachers and Parents- Together we help our children navigate online learning” on June 29 and 30, 2020. This was specially designed to orient the parents about handling the challenges of e-learning.  The session was taken up by the School Head Mrs. Teenu Jolly and Dr. (Mrs.) Bimla Arora, Director, Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore.

Mrs. Jolly guided the parents on the role they need to play in helping their children for virtual learning. She said, Parents, Teachers and Students need to work as a team to make e-learning a success. Parents need to support, guide, monitor and encourage the children and also be completely involved in the classes to know of their ward’s progress.

Dr. (Mrs.) Bimla Arora while talking to the mothers suggested 5Ms. The mother now has to assume the role of not only a Mother but also a Manager, a Motivator, a Mentor and a Monitor.

 

AVANTIKA SHARMA OF SHEMFORD PINJORE

SCORES 98.2% in HUMANITIES`

The students of Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore brought laurels to the school with meritorious results in class XII board examination.

Avantika Sharma from Humanities stream topped by scoring 98.2% marks in class 12 Board examination. She is not only a scholar but also excels in co-curricular activities like declamations, performing arts and sports. Avantika Sharma was also the school Head Girl and won the title of Miss Shemford at the farewell party. Shemford is proud of her and congratulates her on her outstanding result.

Avantika Sharma is followed by Muskaan at 95.8%, Aditya Tripathi at 92.2%, Srishti Shrivastav at 92.2% and Yukti Joshi at 90.6% marks in Humanities. Harnoor Ji Gandhi has topped the Commerce stream with 86.6% marks with Anshul Verma and Jasraj Ahluwalia at the second and third positions scoring 85.2 % and 81.4% marks respectively.

Shruti Bansal is the topper from Medical stream with 93.2% marks while Riya Sinha stood second scoring 91.2% marks. The topper of Non Medical stream is Angel Sharma with 89.6% marks followed closely at heels by Prabhjot Singh with 87.6% and Aryan Sharma and Shubhangi Thakur with 85.4% marks respectively.

The Management, Principal and Staff congratulate all Shemstars on their brilliant performance.

AANYA SAINI OF SHEMFORD PINJORE

SCORES 98% in Class X Boards

Shemstars of Class X have also come out with flying colours with their meritorious results in the board examination replicating the result of Class XII.

Aanya Saini, with 98% is the top scorer followed by Anurag Varshney at the second position with an aggregate of 96%. Ayan Singh at 95.8, Ridhima Gulati at 95.6%, Shreeya Kesarwani at 94.4%, Priya Singh 92.6%, Anushka Sharma 92.2%, Devansh Bansal at 92%, Aditya Prashar 91.8%, Kirti Sharma 91.4%, Hardik Dua at 91%, Reetika Kala 90.8%, Mehak Khan 90.4% and Niharika Tyagi 90.2% are among the 20% students who have scored above 90%.

At Shemford Pinjore, these students received an exposure not only to academics with latest technology but they also got a platform to groom and exhibit themselves in various co-curricular activities. Today, they stand confident as they move ahead to choose from various disciplines as per their aptitude.

Shemford is proud of all Shemstars. The Management, Principal and Staff congratulates them for their outstanding performance.

VIRTUAL SESSIONS ON TREE PLATATION

Monsoon is the best time to plant saplings. Every year the students of Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore, enthusiastically participate in tree plantation campaign in the school campus. This year also a number of activities were organized for the students of different age group. They were taken on a virtual tour to the Nakshatra Aushadhi Udyan in sector 4 Panchkula, where they were shown various medicinal and herbal plants. The medicinal value of plants like neem, aloe vera, imli, peepal, amla and many more were explained to the students. Students were also shown how to plant seeds of coriander, potato, lily bulbs, chilly seeds. The Shemstars also sowed seeds in the pots at their homes as directed by their teachers, Dr Aarti Gutch and Ms Kamlesh Sharmfor .

The Shemstars were also taken on a virtual tour to an organic farm. The aim of this session was to develop awareness among children about organic farming and protected cultivation. The expert, Mr Shekhar, in an interactive session with the students told them how organic farming is economical in consuming the natural resources. The students also shared their pictures with the sapling that were given to them from school last year. The School Head Ms Teenu Jolly said that he who plants tress plants hope and the key to a greener planet is in the hands of the  children of today. Each one , plant one.  

Activities for the month of August

World Friendship Day

August 1,2020 Friendship day was celebrated ,students made friendship bands and cards for their friends to let their friends know that how much they miss them while away from school.They were also told about the importance of friends. They learnt different poems on this day. A ShemContest 7 (Let’s celebrate the Fun Side of Friendship!) was also organized for our Shemstars in which they told about their best friends and what they mean to them.

 RakshaBandhan–Siblings-Bond of love

August 1 ,2020 To show the love and care , Students made and decorated eco-friendly Rakhis for their brothers and also learnt how to wrap gifts . A special assembly was organized in which they were told the story of Raksha Bandhan that why do we celebrate it.

Janmashtami-God is One

August 11,2020 To celebrate the birth of Lord Krishna a special assembly was conducted in which they were  shown different stories from the life of Lord Krishna. They dressed up as Radha and Krishna and made and decorated Krishna’s flute and crown by the boys and girls decorated Radha’s matki. Our Shemstars also made coconut laddoos.

Independence Day –Our Country Our Pride

August 14,20120 To celebrate this day Shemstars  sang different poems and were told about the importance of this day.They made Tricolour badge and dressed up as an Indian Soldier or as a Freedom Fighter or any of the Tri Colour to pay tribute to our national heroes.They were shown a video in which Chhota Bheem explains the story behind this special day.

Ganesh Chaturthi

August 21,2020 A special assembly was organized in which an interesting story was narrated on the Life of Lord Ganesha to inculcate good values and children made Lord Ganesha with the help of clay .

Natonal  Sports day

August 28,2020 A special assembly was held to boost the self –esteem and improve their self –confidence. Our Shemstars also made Fantastic Ball for the celebrations.

 

 

ACTIVITY REPORT

August-2020

 

 

Date: 5.8.2020

 

SHEMSTARS SING PRAISES TO LORD RAMA

 

On the auspicious occasion of the foundation stone laying ceremony of the Ram Mandir at Ayodhya, by our Hon’ble Prime Minister, Sh Narendra Modi, a special assembly was held at Shemford Pinjore, corresponding with the exact time of the event.  The Shemstars sang praises to Lord Rama and bhajans were played. The students were also guided to follow the life and principles of Lord Rama. They keenly participated in the interaction  about the significance of this historic celebration.

Participation in such ‘national events’ is important to inculcate values like harmony, co-operation, mutual regards and integration – says Dr (Mrs) Bimla Arora,  Director, Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore.

11.08.2020

SHEMSTARS CELEBRATE JANMASHTMI

On the auspicious occasion of Janmashtmi, a special assembly was conducted at Shemford, Pinjore. An animated story of Lord Krishna’s birth was shown. Students recited Shlokas from the Bhagwad Gita along with the meaning. The core message of the Gita as told by Lord Krishna to Arjuna “Selfless Karma without desiring the fruit is the Param Dharma” was explained to guide and motivate the students.

Students of all the classes participated in varied activities like Flute Making, Mukut Making , Matki Decoration, Krishna Jhoolas & B’day Card making for Lord Krishna. The students of the senior wing exhibited their artistic skills by making beautiful posters on different facets of Lord Krishna’s life.

The students of the pre-primary wing dressed up as Radha/Krishna & shared their videos.

Date : 15.08.2020

SHEMSTARS CELEBRATE INDEPENDENCE DAY

Independence day was celebrated via online assembly at Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore. Shemstars participated in the special assembly exhibiting unity despite being unable to be present together physically in the school. They danced to patriotic songs and presented the videos. Poems were recited, slogans raised and speeches were delivered to mark the day of Independence. Using the tricolours children made different articles out of waste material. Students made posters of various national leaders and based on other themes related the country. Beautiful and motivating thoughts spoken by them were promising of responsible citizens in the making.

Maintaining social distance, the tricolor was hoisted in the school premises by Dr D. R Arora, Chairman, Shemrock and Shemford Group of Schools. He was accompanied by Dr (Mrs) Bimla Arora, Director, Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore, and a few staff members of the school.

Dr (Mrs) Bimla  Arora, in her address to the students applauded their passion and efforts in making the assembly a grand success. She said that the strength of any country lies in the youth who bear the responsibility of taking the country to new heights. She also added that every mentor dreams of seeing his students being successful and Shemford too as an institution wishes its Shemstars to become the shining stars of the country.

School Head, Mrs Teenu Jolly, congratulated the students and said, ‘It is indeed gratifying, exciting and reassuring to know that our great motherland is in very good hands. Let us all celebrate the glory of a free India and pledge to uphold the pride and honour of being an Indian and spread the colours of our Independence in the world with great joy and happiness.’

Date: 24.08.2020

SHEMSTARS WELCOME LORD GANESHA

Shemford conducted a virtual assembly on Ganesh Chaturthi to welcome Lord Ganesha. Teachers shared interesting stories from His life and explained to the students the lessons they could learn from Ganesha. Students were guided to make eco friendly idols of Ganesha and to later just embed these in the soil of the flower beds or a pot.

                                ACTIVITIES FOR THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER

                                              NATIONAL NUTRITION  WEEK

September 01,2020 to September 07,2020  A week long online assembly was observed to spread awareness about the importance of nutrition,healthy diet and healthy lifestyle. Our Shemstars were also told about dairy products that they should also be included in our diet.

TEACHER’S DAY

September 04, 2020 Teacher’s Day is celebrated to appreciate and honour our teachers for their valuable contribution in creating a sustainable society. Our shemstars made cards for their teachers and gave a title to them. They also sang different poems and thanked their teachers for teaching them.                                      

                                            INTERNATIONAL LITERACY DAY

September 08,2020   This day is celebrated to highlight the importance of literacy to individuals,communities and societies and makes people aware of the importance of education.The children were told stories on this day and told the importance of value based stories that they should listen from their elders.

GRANDPARENTS DAY

September 11,2020  Grandparents Day is a day to pay tribute to the grandparents for all the love and care that they shower upon the younger generations.Our Shemstars spent quality time playing with their grandparents and shared pictures and videos with their friends.

                                                    HINDI DIWAS

September 14,2020  This day is celebrated to value our own mother language of our country.To celebrate this day children sang beautiful songs and recited poems in hindi.

                                                 WORLD RIVERS DAY           

September 25,2020  This day is celebrated on last Sunday of September month. World Rivers Day aims to celebrate the waterways of the world and highlights the importance of rivers and raise awareness and encourage people to preserve important and beautiful rivers. Our Shemstars were made aware to save water .   

       

Inspite of all these important days we have also celebrated every day as a special day for our Shemstars :-Marvellous Mondays, Talented Tuesdays, Wow Wednesdays, Thrilling Thursdays, Fantastic Fridays and  fun-filled and  endless activities with them along with Shem Sanskars to teach them the important  values of life .Everyday ShemTips are also given to the children to Unlock their learning in the Lockdown.

  ACTIVITY REPORT

September-2020

 

Save Water Week Observed at Shemford, Pinjore

A week long online assembly was conducted at Shemford, Pinjore to sensitize the Shemstars about the importance of water and the need to save it. Speeches were delivered and animated movies were shown to them to make them aware of how useful water is in everyday life and how important it is to use this natural resource wisely.

 

 

TEACHERS’ DAY CELEBRATED AT SHEMFORD

Teachers’ day was celebrated online, at Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore with overwhelming participation from the students. Shemstars, from Pre Primary to the Senior Wing, keenly expressed their gratitude to their ‘mentors and guides’.  All the students took their teachers by surprise by coming together virtually to wish them. They exhibited their feelings through speeches, poems, thoughts, dances and songs.

 

 

GRAND PARENTS DAY CELEBRATED VIRTUALLY WITH SHEMSTARS & THEIR GRANDPARENTS

Grand Parents Day was celebrated virtually with Shemstars & their grandparents on Friday, 11 September 2020. To acknowledge the valuable contribution of grandparents in our lives, the link for a special invite was sent to all the grandparents to join in. They thoroughly enjoyed the presentations by their grandchildren in the form of gratitude cards, poems, songs and dances & also photographs, re-living their cherished moments.

Dr. (Mrs.) Bimla Arora, Director, Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore congratulated all the children for their innocent and innovative presentations exhibiting their affection for their grandparents. She shared the secret of her fitness, health and happiness and advised the grandparents to age gracefully.

Dr. D. R. Arora, Chairman, Shemrock & Shemford Group of Schools, shared jokes with everyone emphasizing upon the fact that laughter is the best medicine. One shouldn’t stop laughing because one is old rather one starts turning old when one stops laughing.

Shemford Family wishes all the grandparents good health, happiness and a long life.

 

 

Date: 14.09.2020

Shemstars Celebrate Hindi Diwas

A special assembly was conducted online to celebrate Hindi Diwas. The students were told about the importance of the national language and why the day is celebrated with such reverence every year. The Shemstars keenly participated in the assembly with their presentations in the form of songs,speeches and poems.

Nutrition Month at Shemford, Pinjore

Health is Wealth, and during this era of the pandemic it is imperative to strengthen the immunity of the body to fight it. A nutritious and a balanced diet does it all. The students shared their views through poems, speeches and amazing facts on the importance of nutritious food. They also pledged to make sincere efforts to stay away from all kind of junk food.

Dr. Mrs. Bimla Arora, PhD Nutrition, Leeds University, UK and Director, Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore, shared with the children golden tips on Nutrition and told them that the easiest way to know that they are eating a balanced diet is to check if they see all colours of food items on their plate.

ACTIVITIES FOR THE MONTH OF OCTOBER

GANDHI JAYANTI

October 01,2020 To celebrate the birthday of  Mahatma Gandhi a special assembly was conducted in which students were told about the father of our nation. They were also told about the importance of cleanliness . The parents were also guided through Shemtip to teach values like peace and tolerance through three wise monkeys.

WORLD ANIMAL DAY  AND WORLD HABITAT  DAY

October 5,2020 The children were told about the importance of having and providing adequate habitat to animals from a very young age.

WORLD SMILE DAY

October 7,2020 The Shemstars played an exciting game to understand various emotions and why SMILE is the best emotion that can do wonders.

THE INDIAN AIR FORCE DAY

October 8,2020 Our Shemstars were shown the video showing how this day is celebrated and also told about the motto of Indian Air Force ie ‘Touch the sky with glory’.

WORLD POSTAL DAY

October 9,2020 An awareness about the role and importance of postal services in the lives of people and how it contributes to the global development.

WORLD STUDENT DAY

October 15,2020 It was celebrated by decorating the Shemstars with online Appreciation certificates and teachers also played different games with them.

GLOBAL HANDWASHING DAY AND WORLD FOOD DAY

October 16,2020 The children were told the steps to wash their hands through interesting rhymes and made aware that why should hands be washed properly.They were also told about healthy food items and eating habits.

DUSSEHRA

October 22,2020 The children were told about the story of Ramayana and told about its importance and how it is celebrated in different parts of the world. They were also shown the Ramayana.

HALLOWEEN DAY

October 28,2020 The children shared different videos on this day by wearing different costumes of ghosts,witches or other scary things and then they asked for “Trick or Treat” which means “Give me a treat or I will play a trick on you.” ,which was of great fun and they enjoyed a lot.

NATIONAL UNITY DAY

October 29,2020 The children were given the message of unity and stay united and work with integrity and also spread the message of unity among Indians.

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1.10.2020

 

SHEMSTARS PAY TRIBUTES TO MAHATMA GANDHI

 

Shemstars participated in a plethora of activities on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti. The students exhibited their excellence in craft work by making puppets, and hand prints of the three monkeys giving the message of Gandhiji of not to speak, hear or see any evil. They also made placards and posters with slogans to spread the messages of Swachh Bharat and Make in India, the initiatives of the government in line with the teachings of the Father of the Nation. All these activities were shared with their peers via virtual assembly. As part of the clean India drive, the Shemstars were guided to clean up any corner of their home as charity begins at home. To re-enforce the value based approach at Shemford the School Head Mrs. Teenu Jolly gave a unique concept of maintaining the Goodness and Gratitude-G2 Jar.

A special virtual assembly was also conducted wherein the students recited poems, delivered speeches and pledged to follow the teachings of the Mahatma. They also shared before and after pictures of having cleaned their homes.

Date: 10.10.2020

WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY OBSERVED

AT SHEMFORD, PINJORE

World Mental Health Day was observed at Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore. An interactive session was conducted with the students in which they were made aware about the upkeep of mental health. The Director, Dr. (Mrs.) Bimla Arora, in her address to the Shemstars, guided them as to how to choose the right path in their lives to reach their dream destination. She said that since the students have ample time during the lockdown period, it could be used as an opportunity to identify one’s interest, talent, capabilities and skills so that they know the direction to choose at the crossroads of life.

An interactive session was conducted with an overall objective of raising awareness of mental health issues around the world and mobilizing the efforts in the support of mental health.

Date : 15.10.2020

SHEM SURPRIZE – FULL OF SURPRISES

On Students’ Day, SHEM SURPRIZE, the first of its kind online Commendation Programme was organized at Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore. The programme was full of surprises for both the Shemstars and their parents.  It was specially designed to orient the parents on the new National Education Policy 2020.  All the items presented were activity based, skill based, theme based and experiential and in line with the new education policy guidelines. The School Head, Mrs. Teenu Jolly, in her address reiterated that this transition would be smooth and seamless at Shemford, since with its futuristic approach it is already imparting education through experiential learning.

The programme began with the auspicious ceremony of lighting the lamp by Chairman, Shemrock and Shemford Group of Schools, Dr. D R Arora, Dr. (Mrs.) Bimla Arora, Director Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore and the School Head, Mrs. Teenu Jolly. This was followed by Ganesh Vandana and prayers to seek the blessings of the Almighty.

The occasion was graced with an online message by                                   Mrs. Meenal Arora, Founder Director, Shemford Group of Schools. She congratulated the entire Shemford Pinjore family on their initiative. She also shared her success mantra with the Shemstars that would help them to carve the best version of themselves.

The toppers for class X & XII CBSE board exams for the session 2019-2020 and over seventy toppers from classes 1-12 in different subjects who were taken by surprise when they were felicitated with commendation certificates online. The entire Shemford family is proud of them.

Date: 22.10.2020

DUSSEHRA CELEBRATIONS AT SHEMFORD, PINJORE

Dussehra was celebrated online with a lot of excitement at Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore. A puppet show depicting the story of the Ramayana was shown in the special assembly online. Students did role plays of the characters of the Ramayana. They also keenly participated in various activities like mask making, mace making, making the effigy of Ravama, delivering messages from the Ramayana and much more. The message conveyed was that truth and goodness prevails over all evil.

Date: 29.10.2020

Halloween & National Unity Day

at Shemford, Pinjore

A special assembly was conducted online to mark the Halloween and National Unity Day at Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore. The history of Halloween was explained to them. The Shemstars made Spooky characters related to Halloween like ghosts, pumpkins etc. Their creativity was also shared in the assembly. Introduced in the year 2014, the students were also acquainted with the relevance of the National Unity Day that marks the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel. Such assemblies are important to arouse awareness and enhance the knowledge of students about the important days   that are observed all over the world.

                       Activities for the month of November

                                   Public Transport Day

November 09,2020 This day is celebrated on 10th November .Public transport system brings many benefits to individuals and communities.So our Shemstars were told about the importance of this day that if public transport is used it reduces air pollution and it is more fuel efficient.

Children’s Day

November 11,2020  Special assembly was conducted on the auspicious occasion of 131st birth anniversary of our first Prime Minister of our free India ,Shri Jawahar Lal Nehru and his immense love for children.He was greatly admired by children and they fondly called him ‘Chacha Nehru’. • Nehru Ji had immense love for children and he loved roses too.  He often compared the two, stating that children are like buds in a garden. • He regarded children to be the future of the nation and citizens of tomorrow.  So children recited rhymes and did colouring in the activity sheets.

                                                Diwali

November 12,2020  Children celebrated Diwali by doing different  activities like making of  Paper Leaf Toran ,diya decoration,making different and colourful bundings for decorating the house .They were also told about the importance of this day.

Guru Nanak Jayanti

November 27,2020  In recognition of Shri Guru Nanak Dev’s 551st birth anniversary and his immense contribution towards communal harmony and setting up a unique spiritual ,social and political platform based on equality ,fraternal love ,goodness and virtue .

In addition to being the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak Dev Ji was also a social reformer, a philosopher, a poet and a humanist. He strongly believed in the view that there is only one God and there are multiple ways to reach him.  Some of his famous lessons or teachings were told to the children that :  Do not speak evil of anyone.  Always speak truth without any fear.  Accept God’s decisions without any complaints. Pray for the welfare of the whole community. No one is rich or poor, white or black, before God.  It is your actions that make you good or bad.

Inspite of all these important days we have also celebrated every day as a special day for our Shemstars :-Marvellous Mondays, Talented Tuesdays, Wow Wednesdays, Thrilling Thursdays, Fantastic Fridays and  fun-filled and  endless activities with them along with Shem Sanskars to teach them the important  values of life .Everyday ShemTips are also given to the children to Unlock their learning in the Lockdown.

                           ACTIVITIES FOR THE MONTH OF DECEMBER

                                  NATIONAL POLLUTION CONTROL DAY

December 02,2020  This day of observance was declared to make people aware of the continuous rise of pollution and its effects.  The only way to prevent the social and natural condition of pollution is by taking some strict measures. Pollution increase in several forms is a global problem. The date of National Pollution Control Day of India was chosen the same as that of the Bhopal tragedy incident day. We should also take part and contribute to the control of pollution by monitoring our daily activities that might be causing environmental pollution.Our children were made aware of the 3rs of the environment-Reuse,Recycle,Reduce.

WORLD COMPUTER LITERACY DAY

December 03,2020 The first observance of World Computer Literacy Day was held in the year 2001. The event is being organised by NIIT, the Indian computer company.  The celebration of the Day falls on this date as it marks the 20th anniversary of NIIT.  It is a celebration Day that aims to increase awareness of about the access of computers and its related technology efficiently.  It is vital for any people of any age to know all the basic knowledge and information about these techniques. Computer literacy is the understanding of computer programming and how the computers work.  It is considered to be the essential skill to be possessed.Our children were also made aware of the technology that through this only we all are connected to each other in the times of pandemic.

          INDIAN NAVY DAY AND INDIAN ARMED FORCES FLAG DAY

December 04,2020 Each year, India celebrates Navy Day on 4th December. Indian Navy works to maintain peace on the maritime front. Navy force also takes care of the seaport visits and foreign marine visits.The day observes the contribution of the Indian Navy as a token of gratitude. On Navy Day, the nation also pays homage to the soldiers who laid their lives for the nation’s safety.

Indian Armed Forces Flag Day  Armed forces Flag Day is celebrated on December 7 every year.  This day was first recognised in the year 1954 .On this day, we honour the contributions of the armed forces. It is a celebration to collect funds for defence welfare. It is a day to commemorate the martyrs and their families who have laid their lives for India. Fund collection by selling flags, batches, stickers etc. Flags of the colour red, deep blue and light blue are distributed.  Each colour represents the three different defence teams, namely the Indian Army, the Air force and the Navy.The children were made aware of these forces and how they protect us by giving their lives.They were also shown the different flags,batches and stickers.

INTERNATIONAL MOUNTAIN DAY

December 11,2020 The United Nations General Assembly created this day in December, 2003 to help bring awareness about all the things we get from mountains.  The celebration aims to increase awareness on the importance of mountains for the health of our mother Earth and well-being of billions of people living on it.  Our Shemstars made beautiful drawings showing mountain peaks and made pillow mountain with the help of different sized pillows and enjoyed climbing on it.

NATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION DAY

December 16,2020  14th December is marked as the National Energy Conservation Day. This day is to spread awareness on the importance of the limited resources we have like water, crude oil, etc. Resources like petroleum oil, crude oil, water, etc. provide us energy. We use this energy in our day to day life. We should try daily to cut off the energy wastage we do. Switching lights and fans, closing the taps when not in use is a simple way to do so.Our Shemstars were told to spend a ‘No-Electricity’ evening together with their family to make evening fun,play charades by the candlelight or they may tell stories ,sing songs and rhymes .This way they will come to know that how much power our family consumes everyday.

NATIONAL MATHEMATICS DAY

December 22,2020  22nd December is the birthday of the famous Mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan. Prime Minister Mr. Manmohan Singh declared this day as the National Mathematics Day in 2012. This day was dedicated to him for his significant contributions to mathematics to the Government of India. Celebration also encourages young minds to take an active interest in the subject. Mathematics is such a subject that requires a lot of patience and constant practice. On this day, children should get rid of their fears and start understanding it better by doing the fun activities related to Maths. Math should not only be about obtaining good results in exams but also inducing the need for calculations in their daily routine. With this thought in mind our children were told to look at the wall clock and read out the numbers and then on a number card the parents will ask them to place the numbers in the right order on the clock drawn on paper.

   FIT INDIA WEEK AND KISAN DIVAS

December 23,2020 The Fit India Movement was launched on 29th August 2019. It was started by our Prime Minister of India Mr.Narendra Modi. The main idea behind this is to keep everyone healthy.He asked for everyone to exercise daily. We must motivate our family members to exercise daily.Involving ourselves in different sports activities on a daily basis will help us remain healthy and fit. Our children were also made to do yoga,playing outdoor games,doing exercises and were also told the importance of being fit in our life.

Kisan Divas: Chaudhary Charan Singh’s birthday is seen as National Farmer’s Day each year on 23rd December. Chaudhary Charan Singh worked towards providing a better life to the farmers. Farming is the primary occupation in most of Indian towns. Famers work in each season, regardless of whether it is cold winter or hot summer.The farmers of India are known as the “Annadaata” or the food supplier of the country. Our Shemstars were made aware of these facts that how a farmer works hard and how the journey of food comes to our plate.So the food should not be wasted as it contains so much of hard work of farmers.

 

                                                 CHRISTMAS

December 24,2020 Christmas is one of the most popular Christian festivals.  It is widely celebrated all over the world every year on 25th December with great pomp & splendour. It is celebrated to mark the birth of Jesus Christ. The festival of Christmas signifies love for everyone, generosity, kindness, happiness, fun and celebration. An exciting assembly was organised  where our little ones sang Prayers, recited Rhymes , danced along with their favourite teacher and their families  and had lots of fun together.Our Shemstars also made paper craft Christmas tree and star with ice cream sticks.They were also shown the story of the birth of Christ.

ACTIVITY REPORT

DECEMBER -2020

FIT INDIA SCHOOL WEEK

AT

SHEMFORD FUTURISTIC SCHOOL, PINJORE

Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore celebrated Fit India School Week from 7th Dec ‘20 to 12th Dec ’20. Students participated enthusiastically in various  activities as per the guidelines and suggestions on the https://fitindia.gov.in/fit-india-school-week/   portal.

Students participated in activities like brain teasers, brain games to improve concentration and problem solving capacity and quizzes related to fitness and sports. Activities like debates, symposium, lectures on diet and nutrition, essay writing, poem writing, movie making, making advertisements and posters gave a platform to the students to express their views on the topic, especially in this period of the pandemic.

It was an exemplary experience of fitness with fun in this period of virtual classrooms. While on the one hand Free hand exercises, aerobics, yoga, dance forms filled vigour and enthusiasm among students, on the other hand teachers, staff and parents of the students also participated in the event enthusiastically. Virtual challenges like spot jogging, step-up challenge, rope skipping, squats challenge were organized for them. Also, games like cricket, badminton, and tennis were suggested to be played creatively using home based equipment.

An open letter to the Shemstars – the youth of the nation on ‘Power of Fitness’ was also posted on the digital platforms of the school.

The school also received a certificate of recognition from Government of India, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports on the successful completion of the Fit India School Week.

Dr. (Mrs) Bimla Arora, PhD Nutrition, Leeds University, London, shared with the Shemstars her pearls of wisdom to motivate them to stay fit physically and mentally. She also congratulated the Shemstars and the staff of the school on being ranked No. 1 in Haryana among the Co-Ed Day cum Boarding School.

SHEMSTARS  OBSERVE

NATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION DAY

Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore observed the National Energy Conservation Day on 14th Dec 2020. National Energy Conservation Day focusses on making people aware of climate change and global warming by promoting efforts towards saving energy resources.

Activities promote learning with fun. Various interesting class activities were organised for the Shemstars. A short film was shown to the students sharing ways and means of how energy can be conserved. This was followed by interactive sessions in which group discussions were organised in which the Shemstars participated actively. They also made posters with slogans and reminder plates to spread awareness among their peers.  Each little step will lead to a great leap in conserving energy.

International Mountain Day

Observed at Shemford, Pinjore

Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore celebrated International Mountain Day  to highlight the opportunities and constraints in mountain development, and to build alliances that will bring positive change to the people living in the mountains  and environments around the world.

To bring about the awareness, various activities were done by the Shemstars. The tiny tots of the Pre Primary enjoyed making mountains with pilows alongwith their teachers in the Interactive sessions. They also made mountains using ceareals and sand. Interesting quizzes via Kahoot were conducted for Shemstars  in their online sessions followed by discussions to answer the queries of the inquisitive Shemstars.

It is for this futuristic vision that Shemford and Shemrock Group of Schools is one of the fastest growing chains and we are once again happy to share that  not only has Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore been ranked  No 1 in Haryana among the Co-ed Day cum Boarding Schools by the Education Word but also  the upcoming Shemford Futursitic Sshool, Gurugram has been declared the Most Unique Emerging CBSE School in India through a survey conducted by Education Today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shemstars Celebrate Christmas Online

Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore celebrated Christmas online, truly in the Yuletide spirit. Students were oriented about the background of the celebration and the story of the birth of Lord Jesus Christ was shown along with nativity scene. Celebrations began a week before the eve wherein Shemstars started decorating small Christmas trees with their self made ornaments and buntings. Kindergarten students learnt to make stars with ice cream sticks. For paper craft activity, students from other classes made Christmas trees & Santas. They also prepared Christmas and New Year cards to wish Season’s Greetings to all their dear ones. In order to share their creations, a special assembly was conducted in which students recited poems, danced and shared their views about the festival. It was heartening to hear the Shemstars singing together ‘Jingle bells’ in the assembly.

 

                  ACTIVITY REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY

GLOBAL FAMILY DAY

January 06, 2021  Global Family Day is observed every year on January 1.  It is celebrated as a day of peace and sharing.  It aims at uniting and spreading peace by considering and promoting the idea that – Earth is a one Global Family so as to make world a better place to live for everyone. Family is a network of relationships in which parents are connected to children, children are connected to parents and siblings are connected to each other via strong string of love and care. A sweet and secure feeling comes in our mind when we think about family.Love is the base of a happy family and care is the strong bond which keeps the connection among the members of a family. The purpose of this Day is to make all the families gather as one single society on the first day of every year to welcome the New Year. Our Shemstars played fun games with their family like-Guessing the Sound , stand/sit in a circle,command game. Videos were also shown on the theme of the day. Children also spoke afew lines about their families.

                                          LOHRI CELEBRATION

January 13 ,2021  Lohri is the festival that is mainly related to harvesting of the Rabi (sugarcane) crops. It is celebrated on January 13 each year.Lohri is mostly celebrated around a bonfire. Women and men dance and enjoy the dhol beats. It is commonly celebrated at the end of peak winter. Gur-Rewari, Peanuts, and popcorns are eaten with joy around the bonfire.The traditional food is the Gajjak, Sarson da saag, and makke di Roti. It is followed by Makar Sakranti. People in Western India fly kites.People in South India call it Pongal. They make sweet treats made of rice and eat sugarcane!  In Eastern India, it is called Bihu. People all over eat dishes made of sesame seeds on this day. Our Shemstars did different craft work to celebrate this day. They also had an online  dance party with their teachers and classmates.

                                  GURU GOBIND SINGH JAYANTI

January 19, 2021Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti is one of the major festivals of the Sikh community in India. This year it was celebrated on 20th of January. The Jayanti is celebrated to mark the birth of tenth and last master Guru Gobind Singh. Guru Gobind Singh was a spiritual master as well as a warrior and the last guru of Sikhs.He spent his first four years in Patna and returned to the home in Punjab. He was appointed as 10th Sikh guru when he was only nine years old. He founded the Sikh warrior community in 1699 known as ‘Khalsa’. Guru Gobind Singh Jayanti is observed for three days on the holy shrine in Patna Sahib. The holy text of the Sikhs, Guru Granth Sahib is displayed on a ‘palki’ in a procession on the day. Our Shemstars were told about the Sikh Guru –Guru Gobind Singh and also told that God is one.

                                      

 

 

                                         WORLD HUG DAY

January 21, 2021  A warm hug brings us closer to the people we love the most. It ultimately brings a smile on your face and makes you happier. A hug is a perfect means to express your love without using any word.  We must start the day by giving a hug to our parents and siblings because they love us the most. A hug has a magical power of bringing two hearts to be closer to each other. So to celebrate this day children were told about the warmth you get or you give to a person whom you hug. Our Shemstars shared pictures celebrating this day by giving hugs to their family members.

NETAJI SUBHASH CHANDRA BOSE JAYANTI

January 22, 2021  Subhash Chandra Bose was born on 23rd January 1897 in Cuttack.He was popularly known as Neta Ji. Subhash Chandra Bose was a great freedom fighter. He fought for India’s freedom with bravery.The Azad Hind Fauj was formed by Subhash Chandra Bose.“Jai Hind” slogan was also given by Subhash Chandra Bose.Our children were told about the leaders who fought for the freedom of our country and how precious our freedom is to us so we should always honour them.

                                         REPUBLIC DAY

January 25,2021 India became Republic on 26th January, 1950.It is one of the most significant dates in the history of India. This day was declared a national holiday and since then it is celebrated by Indians all over the world with great zeal and enthusiasm. This year India will be celebrating its 72nd Republic Day.In Delhi, the celebrations are held in a magnificent manner.A grand parade on Rajpath, New Delhi is held on Republic day every year.The ceremonies begin with a 21 gun salute once the flag is hoisted by the President of India, accompanied by the singing of the Indian National Anthem “Jana Gana Mana”.The President gives away awards for bravery and for varied acts of courage (Ashok Chakra and Kirti Chakra) to men and women in the armed forces. Children who have also showed acts of bravery are awarded with National Bravery Award.These children ride past the spectators on colourfully decorated elephants or vehicles.Our Shemstars were told about the importance of this day. They also recited different rhymes and also sang and danced on patriotic song

 

ACTIVITY REPORT- JANUARY 2021

Date: 13.01.21

SHEMSTARS CELEBRATE LOHRI & MAKAR SANKRANTI

 

Shemstars at Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore celebrated Lohri and Makar Sankranti with great zeal and enthusiasm.  A special assembly was conducted in which the students were acquainted with the significance of the festival and how it is celebrated in different parts of the country with different names like Makar Sankranti and Pongal. They were also shown an animated story on how and why this festival is widely celebrated.

The little Shemstars of the Pre Primary section enjoyed a Lohri dance party online and played exciting games. With an aim of integrating art to impart knowledge to students, a variety of activities related to the festival were suggested to them. The tiny tots learnt to make bonfire with ice cream sticks. Students of the primary and middle wing displayed their creativity through beautiful greeting cards, drawings and innovative craft work by making bon fires, dhol, kites, to wish their families and friends on this auspicious occasion. A beautiful dance was also presented to mark the occasion.

The assembly also celebrated the National Youth Day, the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekanand. The special assembly concluded sharing some amazing facts with the Shemstars.

Date: 25.01.2021

DIGITAL DUO DHAMAAL AT SHEMFORD PINJORE

Today, India competes shoulder to shoulder with the superpowers of the world digitally. Keeping in view the vision of our Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi of Digital India, Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore organized an event, Digital Duo Dhamaal based on the theme – I love my India.

The event offered a digital platform to the participants to exhibit their talent in a number of activities like Twinning Treat, Role Model, Stage Swag, Kite Kraft and Digital Doodle, according to their age groups, along with their parents and siblings as their partners. It was indeed thrilling to see the overwhelming response of the enthusiastic children. They made posters, recited poems made beautiful and colourful kites and danced to patriotic songs. Children also dressed up and presented the quotes of their role models in National leaders and Freedom Fighters like Bhagat Singh and Dr B. R. Ambedkar – the father of the Constitution of India.

Certificates were given online to the winners and all the participants were applauded for their efforts in the special assembly.

ACTIVITIES FOR THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY

BASANT PANCHAMI

February 16, 2021 Basant Panchami is a Hindu festival which is celebrated in either January or February.  It is celebrated on the fifth day of ‘Basant’ or spring season. Starting of Basant Panchami indicates the end of the winter season. Basant Panchami also indicates the arrival of spring in India which is in itself brings freshness in people’s lives. Basant Panchami is celebrated in various states of India in different ways. On Basant Panchami people worship “Goddess Saraswati” the deity of art, music and knowledge.The colour yellow and white is given preference during Basant Panchami because it is associated closely with goddess Saraswati.Kite flying is also observed in some Northern states as a means to celebrate this festival. Children as well as adults fly kites on this day to celebrate freedom and enjoyment. A special assembly was organized for the students. The children were told about the importance of this day,they were also told to wear yellow clothes, to eat yellow food and fly kites to mark the day.

                                         NATIONAL SCIENCE DAY

February 26,2021 National Science Day is celebrated every year on 28th February in India. Its main objective is to bring awareness in the society about the benefits of science and to inculcate scientific thinking. On 28th February 1928, Sir CV Raman announced his discovery. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1930 for this discovery. This day explains us how science is essential for our daily works. The basic objective of National Science Day is to motivate young students towards science and to make the general public aware of science and scientific achievements. Our Shemstars were told that how different inventions and discoveries have helped us in our day to day life.

 

Inspite of all these important days we have also celebrated every day as a special day for our Shemstars :-Marvellous Mondays, Talented Tuesdays, Wow Wednesdays, Thrilling Thursdays, Fantastic Fridays and  fun-filled and  endless activities with them along with Shem Sanskars to teach them the important  values of life .Everyday ShemTips are also given to the children to Unlock their learning in the Lockdown.

ANNUAL REPORT – April ‘21

SHEMFORD WELCOMES SHEMSTARS

Date: 6.4.2021

Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore started the new academic session as per the schedule on the 5th of April ‘21. Orientation Programmes for students and parents of all the classes were organized.  The programme was designed to acquaint them about the system and the methodology that would be followed during the uncertain scenario.

The new session was started with a Puja and havan in the school premises to seek the blessings of the almighty for everyone to be safe, healthy and happy. The management, staff and the students participated in the pious ceremony. 

A special assembly to welcome the students for the new academic session was shared online. The Director of Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore, Dr (Mrs )Bimla Arora, congratulated the Shemstars on the successful completion of the previous session. She encouraged the Shemstars to participate wholeheartedly in all the school activities, as these are vital for the mental, physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual growth of the students.

‘Determined action combined with positive and judicious thought leads to success!!’ said the School Head Mrs Teenu Jolly.

Date:-13.4.21

CELEBRATIONS AT SHEMFORD, PINJORE

A special assembly was conducted online at Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore to observe the World Health Day and celebrate Baisakhi and Dr B R Ambedkar Jayanti. 

The theme for the World Health Day for the year 2021 is ‘building a fairer and healthier world’. Students shared interesting facts on the theme through speeches, poems, drawings, posters etc.

The festival of Baisakhi is celebrated in the North  of the country with a great zeal. Shemstars shared the importance of the festival with the peers via speeches, poems and posters. 

To observe the birth anniversary of the Father of the Indian Constitution, Dr B R Ambedkar, an animated video showing his life and works was shared.  The students were also shown the Preamble which states the objectives of the constitution which are justice, liberty, equality, and fraternity to maintain the integrity and unity of the nation as well as the citizens. 

ACTIVITY REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL (CLASSES NURSERY TO UKG)

MEET AND GREET WELCOME ASSEMBLY

April 5, 2021  Students joined the Zoom session  for the new session with full excitement and energy and a special Meet and Greet Welcome Assembly was conducted to  welcome the Shemstars.

WORLD HEALTH DAY

April 7, 2021 An informative zoom session  was conducted  in which emphasis was given to the importance of health . A talk by the  teachers on “Cleanliness of the Body” and  “Junk Food V/S Healthy Food” was taken up . Shem Tips by Mrs.Meenal  Arora ma’am was given to mark this day  by inculcating the habit of washing hands in our children to fight different kinds of viruses and bacteria.A security check required video was also shown to the children.

BAISAKHI CELEBRATION

April 13,2021 To continue “ the spirit of togetherness “ festival of Punjab, Baisakhi was celebrated  in which parents were given Shem Tips by Meenal ma’am to dress up in traditional Punjabi attires like Patiala salwars with colourful dupattas and cute little turbans,lungis and kurta and make them dance  on the beats of bhangra .

EARTH DAY

April 22, 2021 As we have completed 51 years of celebrating Earth Day so Shem Tip by Meenal ma’am was given to reuse and recycle the throw away waste as a useful things like using old CDs,bottles,jewellery,greeting cards.paper plates etc and creating things like photo frames,wall hangings,pencil stand etc. and also motivated everyone to use more environment –friendly products .

Inspite of all these important days we have also celebrated every day as a special day for our Shemstars :-Marvellous Mondays, Talented Tuesdays, Wow Wednesdays, Thrilling Thursdays, Fantastic Fridays and had done fun-filled and  endless activities with them

Date: 01-05-21

SHEMSTARS SALUTE THE COMMUNITY HELPERS

Shemstars celebrated the Community Helpers’ Day online, by paying tributes  to all the members of the community who contribute in one way or the other to make our lives easier and safer. 

The students spelt out the A-Z of different professions and the important roles that they play in our lives. Posters and slogans of gratitude were made and pictures of the blue planet with messages and wishes for the good health and well being of the people all over the world were among the creations of the Shemstars that were shared via online assembly. 

The teachers also discussed the significance of the day with the students during the zoom sessions to sensitize them and salute all the workers who continue to serve us risking their lives even in crucial times as the present. 

Date: 3-5-21

SHEMSTARS SHARE LAUGHTER ON WORLD LAUGHTER DAY

The Shemstars of Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore celebrated the World Laughter Day online. Laughter is indeed the best medicine. To spread laughter and happiness the class teachers were prepared with fun filled surprises for their students. The celebration gave a platform to everyone to recite funny poems and narrate funny events from their lives. Also, to amuse their class mates, many of the Shemstars and Shemteachers of the primary wing used masks of comical characters for their performances. Fun games were played to add to the merry making. Teachers also shared hilarious videos like that of Charlie Chaplin, Mr Bean, Jaspal Bhati, Akbar Birbal and many more. The children were also shown animated films on how to follow the Covid protocol. The session concluded with the laughter therapy which is indeed the need of the hour!

Date 9.5.21

SHEMSTARS EXPRESS LOVE FOR THEIR MOTHERS

Mother’s Day was celebrated by Shemstars online on the 9th, with a special presentation.  As Mother’s day falls on the second Sunday of the month, the Shemstars of Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore participated in a variety of activities filled with love and gratitude to make their mothers feel special. 

Mothers were made to feel like celebrities as they were interviewed by their children to get their views on different aspects of life. Students also sang songs for their mothers and together with their mothers danced to the beats of their favourite songs. Some  young artists sketched portraits of their mothers. Students recited self composed poems and delivered speeches in praise of their mothers. The Role Reversal, mimicking each other was the highlight and most enjoyed activity. Shemstars of the Pre Primary wing prepared yummy pastries, fruit salad, snacks and desserts using the fireless technique of cooking. Shemstars made and presented to their mothers, gifts, from a wide range of options like  cards, love boxes, photo frames, wind chimes, jewellery boxes, face masks, bouquets of origami flowers. The mothers also participated enthusiastically. They were overwhelmed with joy on their special day. 

The Shemstars were also told about the importance of celebrating their mothers who undoubtedly are the most beautiful gift from God to a child. Dr (Mrs) Bimla Arora, Director, Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore in her address said that the role of a mother is not limited to one ‘M’. Rather she plays the role of a mentor, motivator and magician who is the nucleus of the family, and more so, in these times of the pandemic the responsibility lies manifold on her shoulders. 

11th May 2021

PRESS RELEASE

SHEMSTARS ACKNOWLEDGE THE IMPORTANCE OF TECHNOLOGY TODAY

Shemstars celebrated with pride the National Technology Day online on 11th May, ‘21.

A very informative video explaining the significance of the day and the accomplishments of the country in the field of Science and Technology was shared with the students.

“It is imperative to instill the scientific temperament among the youth”, said the school Head, Mrs. Teenu Jolly. “We must educate the youth about the famous scientist of India, along with their contribution and motivate the children to get inspired”, she added.

A quiz based on National Technology Day was also conducted for all the classes. Students expressed their views on the topic, Technology – A Boom or a Bane. It was indeed a very lively and energetic discussion involving the thoughts and participation of each one present.

The students were very excited to know the scores and standing in the quiz.

SHEMSTARS PLEA – SAVE ANIMALS

21-05-2021

To mark the National Endangered species Day on 21.05.2021, the Shemstars of Shemford Futuristic School Pinjore spread awareness online – ‘We don’t own the planet Earth, we belong to it and we must share it with our wild life’.

Videos to arouse awareness of the factors leading to wild animals becoming endangered were shared with the students online. They were told about the species of animals and birds that are now extinct and also of those that are endangered and are on the verge of extinction. Children were also introduced to funny phrases and idioms on animals like the ‘elephant in the room’ and ‘eager beaver’.

Shemstars also participated in Kahoot and oral quizzes based on the theme. Also, they made posters depicting the alarming situation via drawings and paintings and writing articles and reports on the measures that should be taken to curb the condition.

‘We all have a responsibility to protect the endangered species both for their sake and for the sake of our future generation’- was the message to the students by the School Head – Mrs. Teenu Jolly.

   ACTIVITY REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE ( CLASSES NURSERY TO UKG)

                                                          WORLD BICYCLE DAY

June 3,2021  World bicycle day was declared by UNESCO on June 3rd, to promote the advantages of riding bicycles. Walking, exercising, and cycling are highly beneficial for our health and keeps us healthy against diseases. Doctors recommend six hours of exercise every week, and what can be better than cycling.Cycling is good for physical fitness and exercise. Cycling not only keeps you healthy, but it also helps you to lose weight quickly.So our Shemstars were motivated to do cycling to keep their body fit.

                                                        WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY

June 04,2021  Every year World environment day is celebrated on 5th June.This day lays focus on environmental degradation to spread awareness towards protecting and conserving it.This day makes the work of awakening the whole world together on environmental issues. It focuses on how the degrading environment can create disaster in the lives of all living beings.Students were made aware to start protecting the environment on their own and plant some tress in their household or garden.

WORLD FOOD SAFETY DAY

June 07,2021 World Food Safety Day” is celebrated on 7th June every year. This is celebrated to make everyone aware and to ensure that the food we consume is safe and will not cause damages to our health.The children were told to:
• Wash hands before handling or eating food.
• Use clean towel napkins.
• Wash fruits and vegetables before eating.
• Always cover all the eatables.
• Never waste the food.
• Throw away disposable food packaging like cling wraps or foil paper. Don’t reuse these items.

                                      FATHER’S DAY AND WORLD PICNIC DAY

June 18,2021 Father’s Day is a celebration for honouring fathers and celebrating fatherhood. It is celebrated on different days in various countries to express gratitude towards our fathers for their unconditional love and support.In India, Father’s Day is celebrated on the Third Sunday of the June month.  So, this year, Father’s Day was celebrated on 21st June.Our Shemstars made beautiful cards and sang songs for their fathers.

World Picnic Day- International Picnic Day is observed every year on June 18. It is a day to encourage people to go outdoors and enjoy each other’s company.  But it is not that picnics can be enjoyed outdoors only. So this time our children enjoyed an indoor family picnic in which our children recited the concept-based rhymes.

                                                      WORLD YOGA DAY

June 21,2021 The International Yoga Day, marked on June 21, since 2015 is a gift of India to the world. Apart from keeping children fit and healthy, it also provides them with knowledge and a broader outlook towards life. Yoga can help a child to focus and concentrate. In yoga, some poses are fast moving while others are slow paced. This allows children to learn self-control, enhancing their focus and awareness.Our Shemstars practiced some Yog Asanas and they were also told the importance of them.  

WORLD MUSIC DAY

June 23,2021This day  is celebrated on 21st June every year. Music helps the body and the mind to work together. Exposing children to music during early development helps them to learn the sounds and meanings of words. Dancing to music helps children build motor skills while allowing them to practice self-expression.  Music also helps strengthen memory skills.So our children learnt various rhymes and songs through music.

Inspite of all these important days we have also celebrated every day as a special day for our Shemstars :-Marvellous Mondays, Talented Tuesdays, Wow Wednesdays, Thrilling Thursdays, Fantastic Fridays and had done fun-filled and  endless activities with them

                                                          

ACTIVITY REPORT- JULY 2021

International Joke Day

Children love to laugh. It is very good for their mental growth and well-being! So to mark this day teachers and children shared some hilarious jokes and had a great fun time together.

Van Mahotsav Week Celebrations

Monsoon is the best time to plant saplings. Every year the students of Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore, enthusiastically participate in tree plantation campaign in the school campus.  A special online Assembly was conducted.This year also a number of activities were organized for the students of different age groups. For example they were told to make a weekly  table calander showing different plants having economic importance , they were asked to study the importance of Ayurveda and write an article on it. They were taken on a virtual tour to the School  gardens  and Ecohouse  where they were shown various medicinal and herbal plants. The medicinal value of plants like neem, aloe vera, imli, peepal, amla and many more were explained to the students. Students were also shown how to plant seeds of coriander, potato, lily bulbs, chilly seeds. They were also told about Hydroponics that is technique of growing plants in water. The Shemstars have also sown seeds in the pots at their homes and tried this technique also .

Virtual Dubai Trip

Shemstars of classes 1-12 were taken for a virtual trip to Dubai on 03.07.2021 (Sat.) as part of the Come Back Fun at the end of the vacation. Children were really excited and thoroughly enjoyed the make believe experience as they pretended to fly to Dubai and visited major landmarks via a guided tour. Walking through the Dubai Frame on the glass floor was really adventurous and breathtaking. The sheer height of The Burj Khalifa was fascinating. Virtual shopping at the Emirates Mall , Snow Skiing, Playing with Penguins and the huge Aquarium were the favourites with the children. Spread over a vast area & with uncountable colourful flowers & topiary figures, the Miracle Garden was a treat to the eyes.

The pre-primary students were taken on a virtual Roller Coaster ride on the Wooden Roller Coaster at Orlando, Florida. The simulator ride gave children the feel of going on a real roller coaster as they screamed their heart out with joy and excitement.  The pandemic may have limited our children within the four walls of our home but we can make them experience the world- Thanks to Virtual tours.

National Parents Day

National Parents Day honours all parents on the fourth Sunday of July. Parents play a vital role in the lives of children. They  are the ones who sacrifice throughout their lives to make their children happy in every way and support all their dreams and desires. No one in theworld can replace parents. Students were guided to wish their parents on this special day.

And Find the best ways to show their love, care and respect for the parents and to make it more special they can even present them with hand  made / virtual cards,  small tokens of love made by them or a beautiful note to acknowledge their all  time love & care. A virtual card was also presented from school’s side to the parents.                          

SHEMSTARS WISH THE INDIAN CONTINGENT GOOD LUCK

Shemstars recorded good luck messages for the Indian Contingent participating in the Tokyo Olympics and uploaded these on Facebook and other social media platforms. They participated in a Kahoot Quiz based on the coverage of the Tokyo Olympics in the Student’s edition of TOI which was very informative and extensive. This quiz was conducted for classes 5to 12.In Grades 5 and 6 Simran , in Grades 7 and 8 Abhay Lakhanpal ,in Grades 9 and 10 Sarthak Sharma  and in Senior Grades Tanishq was the winner. The highest points scored being 9539 by Sarthak.

SHEM STUDIO SESSION – A UNIQUE FEATURE

Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore launched innovative  & unique feature Shem Studio Session and presented the maiden session on 31st July, 2021 to update the students with the events & achievements of the school in the past fortnight. It started with the breaking news that our Shemstars have once again come out with flying colours in all the streams in the class 12 Board Examination Results 2021. Ayush Thakur (Humanities) topped the school with 95.6% marks and 21% of the students scored above 90% marks.

The tip for the session was “If you want to stand out, be different, be outstanding.” The students were guided about the importance of exploring futuristic tools and methods to outshine & to be a step ahead of others. Students were also offered a special platform to express and discuss their thoughts and feelings with teachers and friends, helping them pour their hearts out in these tough times of the ongoing pandemic. This session will be a regular feature to be held on every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month.

AYUSH THAKUR OF SHEMFORD PINJORE 

SCORES  95.6%in HUMANITIES`

Shemstars Shine in Class XII Board Results

Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore scored 100% result in SENIOR SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION 2021. In Humanities stream Aayush Thakur with 95.6% topped the list and Nikhil Thakur was the second topper with 94.4% and Raghav Bhardwaj stood third with 91.8%.

In Commerce Nivedita Jaktoo was the top Scorer with 95.2% and Sarthak Garg scored 91.25%.

Topper of Science stream was Shritya Sharma who scored 93.4%. Total 21% students scored above 90% marks.

Activities for the month of July

National Doctor’s day

July 01,2021 National Doctor’s Day is celebrated on 1st July every year. This day is celebrated to emphasize the value that doctors hold in our lives and this day is meant to pay them respect for their selfless service. This is the day when we recognize their contribution to individual lives and communities. So our Shemstars were made aware of the doctors in our lives especially in this Covid situation.

International joke day Children love to laugh and laughter loves children back – it is very good for their mental growth and well-being! So to celebrate this day teachers and children shared some hilarious jokes and had a great family fun.

                             International Plastic bag free day
July 03,2021  International Plastic bag Free Day is celebrated on 3rd July every year. Our Shemstars were made aware of the following points :-

Plastic bags look very useful and convenient but act as a hazard to the ecosystem. They are non-biodegradable items that stay in our ecosystem destructing biodiversity. Plastic bags are a major cause of waterlogging in cities during rainfalls disrupting lives. They mix with the soil and do not let water pass through them making the land infertile. Wild animals often eat them mistaking it as food items resulting in their deaths. Say No to Plastic Bags’ is the best way to avoid these situations and save our environment. We should always carry cotton or jute bags before going shopping which will reduce the use of plastic bags

Van Mahotsav Week Celebration

1st July to 7th July Van Mahotsav is an annual one week tree planting festival in India. It was started as a purpose of saving the mother earth. It is also celebrated to create awareness campaigns about benefits and protection of trees and the harm caused by cutting down of trees.  It is the festival of life. So our Shemstars planted saplings in their garden and neighbourhood.  They were also taken to a virtual tour in school and know about the plants which are there in their school. They were also told to act like a speaking tree and let everyone know about their importance. They also took a pledge joined hands to save the mother earth by doing this small contribution for our mother earth.

Parent’s Day

July 23,2021  Every year Parents Day is celebrated on the fourth Sunday of July. All parents have the important responsibility of providing for, protecting, nurturing, teaching, and loving their children. … Parents take up numerous pains and sacrifice their entire life for nurturing their child. It celebrates the special bond of love between parental figures and their children.  To make Shemstars aware of the importance of their parents ,they were told about the importance of this day ,when it was started and why it was started .They were also told that how should we celebrate it with our parents as they are  their role models ,mentors ,emotional strength , their guide, their first love etc  Pre primary children made love you and thank you cards for their parents. They also recited different poems on the theme .

World Nature Conservation Day

July 28,2021 World Nature Conservation Day is celebrated on 28th July of every year around the world. It is created to inspire people around the globe to become active about the environment and learn about more ways they can help to ensure the future safety of our planet. People from all over the world do something positive to help our planet.
Teachers had a talk about our nature and how to take care of it and save it. She also guided the children what can he/ she do to help the planet Earth.
• For example:
• Use reusable cloth bags
• Do not litter the ground. Always use dustbins.
• Plant trees in your surroundings whenever possible.
• Do not waste paper, reuse paper as much as possible.
• Birds and animals need us so feed them the way it is possible in your surroundings.

Global Tiger Day

July 29,2021 Tiger is our National animal. So Global Tiger Day is celebrated every year on 29th July to raise awareness about this endangered big cat. We celebrate this annually to promote the protection of natural habitat of tigers and to increase awareness about the conservation of tiger. Our Shemstars learnt to take care of natural habitats of tigers.

Inspite of all these important days we have also celebrated every day as a special day for our Shemstars :-Marvellous Mondays, Talented Tuesdays, Wow Wednesdays, Thrilling Thursdays, Fantastic Fridays and had done fun-filled and  endless activities with them

                                                          

Activities for the month of August

World Friendship Day
August 01,2021 “Friendship Day” is a celebration of one of the most beautiful and strong relationships in the world.  Friends are our extended family who we chose ourselves. Our friends are always there to share our sorrows, hear our troubles and offer us their valuable advice. They make us smile through the tough times and encourage us to succeed. On this day people spend time with their friends and express their love for them, they recollect sweet memories and cherish the day. People arrange outings and parties with friends and celebrate the Friendship Day enjoying their company.  Friends exchange gifts like flowers, cards and wrist bands on this occasion. Friendship day was celebrated ,students made friendship bands, face masks with handloom material.and designed cards for their friends to let their friends know that how much they miss them while away from school.They were also told about the importance of friends. They learnt different poems on this day..

Super Saturday Session-1

August 07,2021 – Aao Bacchon Tumhe Dikhayein Jhanki Hindustan Ki! Wow!! It’s Time to Explore Our Incredible India! Awesome States..Picturesque Landscapes..Splendid Festivals..Spectacular Dance Forms..Mesmerising Folk Songs..Beautiful Traditional Attires..Unique Cuisines! Our Shemstars came to know some Incredible Facts about India. They were amazed by the splendid cultural diversity of our country. They also made Creative Craft for the occasion and danced to the beats of the folk songs of our country and enjoyed watching the food and culture of different states.

Independence Day –My India My Pride

August 13,2021 Every year, on 15th August, we celebrate our Independence Day. It was on this day that India became free from the British rule.This year, India celebrates its 74th Independence Day. Every year, this day is celebrated with great pomp & show all across the country.On 15th August, 1947, the Indian Tricolour flag (saffron, green and white) was hoisted by Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India, at the Red Fort, Delhi. On the day of the celebration, India’s Prime Minister hoists the national flag and delivers a speech at the Red Fort in Old Delhi. The Prime Minister also pays tribute to the leaders of freedom struggle.To celebrate this day Shemstars sang different poems and were told about the importance of this day.They made Tricolour badge and dressed up as an Indian Soldier or as a Freedom Fighter or any of the Tri- Colour to pay tribute to our national heroes.

Super Saturday Session-2

August 14,2021  Every year on 15th August, our country emerges in multiple radiant colours while our heart is filled with patriotism and pride. So, this Super Saturday, on 14th August, we celebrated India’s 75th Independence Day, where our children sang songs, danced, played quizzes, did amazing craft activities and so much more. Moreover, to make children aware of our long history of freedom struggle and the sacrifices made by our freedom fighters, there was   an interesting story session on ‐ I am proud to be an Indian! Through this story, children understoodd why we celebrate Independence Day and what is the significance of hoisting the Tiranga.To add to the patriotic fervour, our kids dressed up in tricolours.

Super Saturday Session-3 – Raksha Bandhan

August 21,2021 Super Saturday The bond between brothers and sisters is a special one in our Indian culture. So to know the history and purpose of this beautiful festival through an interesting Story Telling Session, our little ones were explained the meaning and value of Raksha Bandhan. We also did a special cooking activity- “Kuch Meetha Ho Jaye” – where our little ones made delicious Oreo pudding, because no Indian festival is complete without something sweet.To show the love and care , Students made and decorated eco-friendly Rakhis for their brothers and also learnt how to wrap gifts and to have The Rakhi Connection – Session we all  sang, danced and had a lot of fun together, as we understand and appreciate the love and protection symbolised by the sacred Rakhi thread.Our Shemstars also dressed up in beautiful traditional outfits and celebrated the unbreakable bond between siblings – Raksha Bandhan

Janamashtami

August 27,2021  The birthday of Lord Krishna is celebrated as Janmashtami all over India. This year, the festival was celebrated on 30th August, 2021 (Monday). This festival celebrates the birthday of Lord Krishna and rejoices the power of faith, sacredness, goodwill and purity. It is believed that on this day, Lord Krishna, the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu was born to Devaki and Vasudeva in Mathura. It is a religious festival of the Hindus, predominantly celebrated with great devotion and enthusiasm in the northern and western parts of India. On this day, the Devotees fast all day long and break it after the birth of Lord Krishna at midnight. During the midnight celebration, lord’s idol is bathed with Panchamrit and the devotees rock the cradle. People sing Bhajans in the praise of Lord Krishna. They dance to the beautiful songs till midnight and at midnight conch shells (shankh) are blown to announce the birth of Lord Krishna.  Prasad is distributed among devotees after the birth ceremony. We at Shemford also celebrated with great zeal celebrating on Super Saturday.

Super Saturday Session-3 Janmashtami

August 28,2021 Shri Krishna Janmashtami Super Saturday Session!!

मटकी तोड़े, माखन खाए फिर भी सबके मन को भाये; राधा के वो प्यारे मोहन,महिमा उनकी दुनिया गाये…!!!!

With immense joy and excitement, we invited all to celebrate with us “Shri Krishna Janamashtami” .To celebrate the Birth Anniversary of Lord Krishna this Janmashtmi, we had an amazing storytelling session planned for our children where a Majestic Story of Lord Krishna was recited.The children enjoyed the story which was choosen from the stories from Natkhat Krishna’s childhood. Our munchkins also learnt to make Lord Krishna’s favourite instrument ‐ ��� the musical “Flute” and his favourite dish -the delicious “Shrikhand”.

To add to the festive fervour, our kids dressed up as little Radhas and Krishnas!

Inspite of all these important days we have also celebrated every day as a special day for our Shemstars :-Marvellous Mondays, Talented Tuesdays, Wow Wednesdays, Thrilling Thursdays, Fantastic Fridays and Super Saturdays and had also done fun-filled and  endless activities with them.

ACTIVITY REPORT 

August-2021

Date: 1.9.2021 

 SHEMFORD PINJORE ACHIEVES 100% RESULTS IN CLASS X BOARD RESULTS

Shemstars of Class X have made the school proud in the board examination results.

Niharika Jaktoo top scored with 95.33%. Divya Sati & Ashmit Saini tied for the second position with an aggregate of 94.83%. Anushka Sharma at 93.67% secured third position.

At Shemford Pinjore, these students received an exposure not only to academics but they also got a platform to groom and exhibit themselves in various co-curricular activities. Today, they stand confident as they move ahead to choose from various disciplines as per their aptitude.

The Management, Principal and Staff congratulated the students and wished them luck for their future.                                                   

SHEM STUDIO SESSION – A UNIQUE FEATURE

Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore launched innovative & unique feature Shem Studio Session and presented the maiden session on 31st July, 2021 to update the students with the events & achievements of the school in the past fortnight.

It started with the breaking news that our Shemstars have once again come out with flying colours in all the streams in the class 12 Board Examination Results 2021. Ayush Thakur (Humanities) topped the school with 95.6% marks and 21% of the students scored above 90% marks.

The tip for the session was “If you want to stand out, be different, be outstanding.” The students were guided about the importance of exploring futuristic tools and methods to outshine & to be a step ahead of others. Students were also offered a special platform to express and discuss their thoughts and feelings with teachers and friends, helping them pour their hearts out in these tough times of the ongoing pandemic. This session will be a regular feature to be held on every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month.

SPECIAL ASSEMBLY TO CELEBRATE YOUTH DAY AND INDEPENDENCE DAY AT SHEMFORD FUTURISTIC SCHOOL PINJORE

A special assembly was conducted using online platform to celebrate the National Youth Day and “Azaadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav”, to mark the 75th Independence Day of our nation, by the Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore. Giving us an insight into the young minds of our country, the Shemstars participated in different contests. They united to celebrate the day, delivering speeches, voicing their opinions, dancing and singing to the patriotic songs, rightfully projecting that the youth is the essence and spirit of the nation.

Dr (Mrs) Bimla Arora, Director, Shemford Fururistic School, Pinjore, in her address to the students appreciated their efforts on how they have delivered their best amidst the lockdown in face of the global pandemic. She also emphasised that Shemstars as youths are not only a powerful asset of the nation but also are builders of the future of the nation. She called upon the Shemstars to deliver their best, showcasing responsibility, leadership and accountability in their daily life. She motivated students to ignite their minds and rise above the present challenges, never seize from dreaming big and think of ways in which they can save their Mother Earth. She also inspired students to celebrate the upcoming Rakshabandhan day by taking an oath to protect the environment and by being an Eco Warrior. The little Shemstars from Shemford preschool were at par with their enthusiasm during the celebrations of Independence Day, where they sang and danced, crafted, played quizzes and did a lot more.  Their inquisitive minds were also engaged with an entertaining short story session where they learned about the freedom struggle and our great freedom fighters. They indeed felt proud to be Indians!

                   SHEMSTARS CELEBRATE RAKSHABANDHAN ONLINE

On the auspicious occasion of Rakshabandhan Shemstars celebrated the bond of love and protection   between brothers and sisters for a life time. Using their creativity they made beautiful rakhis and gifts for their siblings with their own hands. They also poured all their love in the heart warming voice messages that they recorded for their brothers and sisters. As Eco warriors Shemstars also, tied rakhis to plants and trees and pledged to protect and save the environment. Little Shemstars  had fun learning with an enticing story telling session about the purpose and traditions of this beautiful festival.  They made an Oreo pudding as their  little endeavour towards “Kuch Meetha Ho Jaye” to add more and more homemade sweetness to the celebrations.

SHEM STUDIO SESSION 

An online Shem Studio Session was organized this week which was around the theme of the sports day, youth Day and Rakshabandhan,  where the Shemstars were familiarized with the Olympic wins of the Indian sportsmen/women, highlighting the hard work of young people, the winners of debates organized in different classes, to commemorate the national youth day, were also announced. Shemstars candidly shared their little secrets with their friends and even friendlier teachers in a talk session. They also shared about the little moments with their friends and families which keep them thrilled. The talk session was full of heartily laughs and giggles.  The session ended with a Shem Tip: “Source of bliss is a dedicated performance of the duty.”

JANAMASHTAMI AND NATIONAL SPORTS DAY CELEBRATIONS AT                  SHEMFORD PINJORE

Shemstars celebrated Janamashtmi online with a great deal of religious piety and fervour. They created beautiful hand crafted crowns, dahi-handis, flutes etc. & also decorated their temples with bright & colourful Rangolis & Jhaankis depicting different facets of Lord Krishna’s life.

Students also quoted/recited Shlokas from the Bhagwat Gita, explaining their meaning. The little Shemstars had a day filled with immense joy and excitement while they listened to majestic stories from Natkhat Lord Krishna’s childhood and putting together some delicious Shrikhand and crafting a flute , it being Lord Krishna’s favourite. To commemorate the National Sports’ Day in celebration of the wins in Olympics of Indian sportsmen/women, Shemstars animatedly dressed up like their fovourite sport star with a message to share and also put forth energetic aerobic sequences with vigorous zest.