An inter-house English quiz competition was held at Romex International School, Mathura. The event witnessed enthusiastic preparation and participation. The teams comprised of four participants per house. The format of the quiz entailed two rounds, wherein the final round was a game changer round, which the students enjoyed the most. The time allotted to give the correct answer was thirty seconds, failing which the question was passed to the next team. Ten points were awarded to the team for every correct answer. Although the teams participated actively, the team that scored the most was Mukti House, which was followed by Arpan House which took the second position. The other two houses, Rachna and Chetna succeeded in opening the account but could not make it to the finals. There was much jubilation in the winning teams. Principal congratulated the winning team and appreciated the efforts of all the participants. Romex International School encourages positive competition and hopes to bring out the best in all its students through such competitive events, while ensuring that the children learn through all possible ways- not just through books and class-room teaching.
A fire drill was conducted in Romex International school, Mathura by the officials of fire department on July 18, 2022. The objective of the exercise was to create awareness among the students, of fire fighting techniques and the ways to respond swiftly in times of such emergency situations. During the drill, fire officials, necessary paraphernalia required for fire fighting and rescue operations, told the students about the measures to be taken if a fire breaks out. They demonstrated various types of fires and fire extinguishing equipment and enlightened the students on the precautions to be taken in each case. Students learnt important life saving tips from the live demo.
“Chess is a game which helps in the development of the brain and the critical thinking ability.” Keeping this in mind, an inter- house chess competition was held at Romex International School. The competition was conducted in two categories i.e. grade VI to VIII, grade IX to XII. The students participated with great enthusiasm and showed their focus, ability to strategize and think ahead through their moves. The student’s ability to make strategic openings, choose appropriate tactics and visualise endgames was highly appreciative. In the category VI to VIII, Mukti house bagged the first prize followed by Rachna and Chetna on the second and third position respectively. In the category IX to XII, Arpan house received the first prize followed by Rachna and Chetna on second and third position respectively.
A paper bag making activity was organized for the students of class III to V. This activity was organized to explore our students creativity and artistic skills by making paper bags as unique as them. It was a devised with a view of bringing awareness and instilling the thought of restoring the environment. They used different materials to decorate the bags and they learnt how to make and use paper bags rather than using plastic bags. The students made the bags with full zeal and enthusiasm as can be seen in these pictures!
Tearing paper is an amazing fine motor activity for kids. Tearing paper requires strength and endurance of the small muscles in the hand. A ‘Tearing and Pasting Activity’ was conducted on the 16th July 2022 for our Kindergarten children. Children tore Multi colour paper into small pieces and pasted them in balloon and different shapes.
This activity helped the children to develop their creativity and improve their fine motor skills.The kids enjoyed this activity and participated with lots of enthusiasm!
Few Glimpses of the activity..
Shades of yellow stimulates our little ones with happiness, energy and optimism.
Our Blooming buds of Romex International School Welcome the “King of Fruits” Mango, by celebrating Mango Mania and Yellow colour day on Saturday 09th July 2022 Children of kindergarten me to know numerous health benefits flavour and its sweetness by enjoying the fruit. Cheerful Children attired in yellow outfits were sparkling with optimism, enlightenment and happiness. Beams of yellow shades carried the promise of a positive future flashing creative thoughts in the young minds. A day dedicated to the yellow colour was marked with children dressed in different hues and tints of yellow. Children were not only beautifully dressed in their favorite yellow dresses but also brought yellow objects to make it a complete “Yellow Day”!