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On Saturday, 17th August 2019, an inter-house maths quiz was conducted for classes III-V. Each house had to solve 12 questions correctly in order to win the competition. The quiz was primarily based on mental maths, and involved basic arithmetic problems. Tilak house was adjudged the winner of the competition, followed by Shastri, Bose and Tagore House. 

    Story Telling

    On Saturday, 17th August 2019, students of class III-A and III-B had a story-telling session in English. The students had to tell a short story and make it as interesting as possible. The whole class was involved in the activity and were well prepared for the same.


      Independence Day & Raksha Bandhan Celebration

      On Wednesday, 14th August, Independence Day and Rakshabandhan were celebrated in AIS Pilkhuwa and in LD Hapur and Pilkhuwa. The celebrations commenced with the lighting of the lamp by the Director Mrs. Ayushi Jain Sharma and the Principal Mr Francis. Apoorva Tomer of class X and Garv Tomer of class IX addressed the students on the significance of Independence Day and paid homage to the heroic spirit of the freedom fighters. Next, students from classes III-V danced to the tunes of India waale, celebrating the united Indian masses, whose hearts are forever filled with a sense of honour for the country. Singing  'Sare jahan se achha, Hindustan hamara' next, students celebrated the unique status of India being muscular in its notion of tolerance, justice and beliefs. Aarohi of class V spoke about Raksha Bandhan being a festival which celebrates the bond of love between siblings, which is unique and holy. Diya Goel and Tulsi Tyagi of class IX were the emcees for the celebrations. The assembly concluded with flag hoisting and National Anthem. 

        English Speaking Activity

        Speaking is the second of the four language skills. Speaking skills are valuable both in our personal life and in our career. So to encourage our students to speak and express their thoughts and views in front of all, An English Speaking activity was conducted in class IV. Students spoke on ‘What I want to be when I grow up’ all the students actively participated in the activity and shared their ambitions in life.

          Social Studies Activity

          On Tuesday, 13th August 2019, a Social Studies activity was conducted for classes IVA and IVB, in which students were actively involved in speaking about their favourite season and why they like it. They also spoke about what makes their favourite season special and how they enjoy it.

            EVS Games Activity (Class III)

            On Tuesday, 13th August 2019, an EVS activity was conducted for class III - B, in which students spoke about their favourite games and sports and how they're played. They also spoke at length about the players they like and why they like them

              SCIENCE ACTIVITY


              A science quiz was conducted on Saturday, 10th August 2019 for class VA, the topic of which was Food and Nutrients. The students were quizzed on different food groups and were taught about macro-nutrients and micro-nutrients. They were also guided about the importance of roughage, consumption of water and exercise. 



                The Game we play 2019
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                THE GAMES WE PLAY


                An EVS activity was conducted on Saturday, 10th August 2019 for classes IIIA and IIIB, which taught them the importance of playing games. They were told about the types of games – indoor as well as outdoor, team and individual games. They played indoor games like ludo, chess, carom, table tennis and snakes and ladders; along with outdoor games like volleyball, cricket, badminton, skipping and skating. They thoroughly enjoyed the activities.






                  Inter-house dance competition for classes I-V was held on Saturday, 10th August 2019, the themes of which were patriotism and devotion to Lord Krishna. The competition honoured the freedom fighters' courage and celebrated the birth of Lord Krishna, showcasing his various leelas. The competition began with the lighting of the lamp by Mr Alexander Francis, Principal, AIS Pilkhuwa and Ms Bhawna. The first performance of the competition was by Tilak House, which celebrated India's independence struggle that united the Indian masses and filled their hearts with a sense of honour for the country. Presenting the Krishna Raas leela, we had the Bose House next with their performance on Krishna Raas Leela or the Dance of Divine Love. Lord Krishna was celebrated as the Infallible by the students of Shastri House who performed to the song Achyutam Keshavam, celebrating and saluting Lord Krishna for all that he is. The last performance of the day praised Lord Krishna and showcased his devotees' love for him - the students of Tagore house danced beautifully to the song Morni Ka Roop Leliya. Shastri House was adjudged the winner of the competition, followed by Bose, Tilak and Tagore House. Mr Francis acknowledged the efforts of all the participants and praised their efforts in putting together such spectacular performances. The competition concluded with the National Anthem


                    Tulsidas Jayanti 2019
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                    Tulsidas Jayanti

                    The Hindu consciousness and culture are heavily indebted to Tulsidas Ji. The students of Arwachin International School, Pilkhuwa celebrated Tulsidas Jayanti with fervors and zeal. Ms. Rooby Gaur recounted to the students the event of Tulsidas becoming a staunch worshipper of Lord Ram. The students Prachi, Jagriti & Ishaan of class – V spoke on the importance of Tulsidas Jayanti. They shared some details of his life with the students. The assembly concluded with Saraswati Vandana and there after The National Anthem.    


                      Story Telling 2019
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                      Story Telling

                      Storytelling is a universal and traditional art form of effective communication. It can be used to inform, entertain and educate. It is often used as a medium to ingrain values and open the minds of children to a world beyond imagination.

                      A good story can imbibe the right values in the most impressionable age.

                      To encourage the skills of listening and reading, a storytelling session was organized for the students of the Pre – Primary wing. Little Ducklings Pilkhuwa and Little Ducklings Hapur enjoyed the stories told by their teachers to improve their language skills & to stir their imagination.

                      Arwachin International School, Pilhuwa students also experienced the same.


                        Friendship Day
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                        Friendship Day

                        The little Gargians celebrated the bond of friendship on Friday, 2nd August 2019. The students were made aware of the importance of friends in life.

                        Students made Friendship bands and tied them on their friends’ wrist. They also had a class party with their friends and learnt the value of “Sharing is Caring”. The day was full of excitement for our tiny tots.

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