Amity Global School, Noida

Sports day 2020
Amity Global School celebrated its Sports Day on Friday 24th January 2020 with great zeal, excitement and frolicsome atmosphere. Dr. (Mrs.) Amita Chauhan, The Chairperson, Amity Group of Schools, Dr. Atul Chauhan, Chancellor, Amity University, President, Ritnand Balved Education Foundation, CEO, AKC Group of Companies, Mrs. Pooja Chauhan, Chairperson, Amity Schools of Film & Drama and Amity Humanity Foundation and Col. B.S. Ahluwalia, Sr. Sports Consultant, Amity Schools graced the event with their benign presence. The programme began with the Principal, Mrs. Jayashree Kad welcoming the esteemed gathering and emphasised on the importance of sports in a child's life. The primary students showcased the lively parade and demonstrated Karate and PEC games that mesmerized the audience followed by the senior students marching majestically. An energizing equestrian display set the tone for the rest of the events. The most intriguing aspect of the event was the splendid field drills, involving mass student participation such as yoga, aerobics, basketball drill and Hula-hoop. This was entailed by athletic events where competitiveness among the students soared through the roof. The zealous parents, gathered in large numbers and also participated in the track events. At the end of the day, the winners were decorated with medals for their aptitude and sportsman spirit. Our Chairperson congratulated children for their tenacity and motivated them with her words of wisdom.
Abhivyakti -How we Express Ourselves was the theme on which the young learners of PYP expressed their feelings through the medium of a Special assembly .The feelings of the PYP classes were expressed through a dance, a song ,a poem and a story. The Early years 1 and 2 danced on,’ The song- Shark a doo doo,’ while the famous story from the Panchatantra, ’The Monkey and the Cap seller, ‘was enacted to perfection by Grade 1. The learners of grade 2 and 3 expressed themselves through a dance on a Haryanvi folk song. The learner profile ‘INQUIRY’ in the IB sense was presented beautifully in the form of a self-composed poem by Jayas Kumar.’Save the Environment’, was presented through a ‘Nukkad Natak’ by grade 3. The assembly culminated with a combined song by the mentors and learners based on learners’ profile. followed by the National Anthem. The communicators left the audience thoroughly impressed by the world class education that was being given to them.The enthusiastic learners of Grade P1 created an artifact depicting life cycle of a butterfly where the learners acquired knowledge about how all living things go through a process of change. The learners inquired into the different stages of life cycle and the hands-on activity of cutting, drawing, coloring and assembling had furter strengthened their learning.
Visit to Kiran Nadar Museum of Art
The purpose of the visit to Kiran Nadar Museum of art was to make the learners hook to the theme of ,“How we Express Ourselves” and to help the learners understand and connect to how different art forms are used to express feelings and ideas. This opportunity exposed the learners to a broad range of experiences. A short presentation on introduction to the ongoing Contemporary Art Exhibition titled SIGHTINGS: out of the wild. curated by Roobina Karode. This presentation helped the learners to understand the difference between Art, contemporary art, installations and sculptures. This exhibition helped the learners to think beyond the boundaries and engage themselves in creative process. The learners were excited to see how different mediums were used to create a piece of Art specially installations and sculptures. An art workshop was a great opportunity for learners to work on their imaginations and undisturbed thoughts This learning engagement gave the mentors an opportunity to capture and identify their developing profiles and skills. Learners were excited to see different art works specially installations and sculptures. Thereafter, they had an Art workshop in which they created beautiful relief sculptures on wooden base. The workshop was great exposure and insight to the learners about the Contemporary Art Practices.
Students of Amity Global School Noida participated in the prestigious Odyssey of the mind 2019-2020 competition which is an international creative problem-solving program, engaging students in learning by allowing their knowledge and ideas to come to life in an exciting, productive environment. Participants build self-confidence, develop life skills, create new friendships, and are able to recognize and explore their true potential. Our students won silver medal at its regional round held in January 2020. A team of seven students from grades LS3 to A1 worked creatively to solve divergent problems and presented a musical dance drama at AIS Mayur Vihar. The wonderful presentation of the students won them the Silver medal in the competition.
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The Art department at Amity Global School Noida, considers expression and communication as .the main pillars of art form through which Learners gain an understanding of visual perception and aesthetic experience, and the ways in which art and design create a language of its own. Most of the work for this department is practical or studio based, so that learners can develop their abilities of observation and analysis of the visual world, sensitivity, skill, personal expression and imagination. They also learn how to relate their skills to an enhanced knowledge of their own cultures, past and present, as well as an appreciation of practical design problems. Several skills that are being developed among students include fashion designing, textile designing, weaving and printing, puppetry, jewellery designing and painting. Students have also created a range of natural dyes while working on the theme of sustainable fashion using natural colors and binders with the process of screen printing.
Knowing the Languages of India-Week
Effective communication is the child of Language, taking the thought forward a presentation was conducted by Ms. Sindhu Ravindran.The presentation about the culture– God’s own country - the state of Kerala ,was attended by the learners of Early years 1 to Primary years 3 . The facilitator encapsulated the essence of the culture very beautifully by sharing about the language, cuisine, festivals, religion, attire, folk dances and music. The inquiry of learners was at peak during the session, as they had varied questions about the culture. Learners got to taste some delicacies at the end and went back with lasting memories. It was an enriching session for all participants. Ms.Ishita Khar talked about the culture of Kashmir and its language with the young learners of our Primary Section. Learners were familiarized with the 5 major languages of Jammu and Kashmir. She also talked about the famous places, food items and clothes of the region. Learners learned about the traditions of Kashmir and the stories behind them. They were shown Kashmiri artifacts brought by the guest which included Kashmiri dresses, Kashmiri Paper Mache decorative, Samovar, etc. Towards the end, everyone danced to the music of a beautiful Kashmiri song. The session ended with a quiz where all the learners participated enthusiastically. Mrs. Naghma Khan and Mr. Sharaf Khan, parents of Namira Khan of P3, were invited to talk about Urdu language as a part of the “Language Week,” observed by the Primary Section. Ms. Shruti presented an interesting and enlightened the audience about Maharashtra and its native language. The session began with informing the learner about the location on map of world and in India. The famous personalities who hail from the state were discussed. The guest speaker also shared the traditional food, attire and typical jewellery from the state. The famous tourist spots were an eye opener, everyone was mesmerized by the beautiful places. The learners happily tasted the bajra roti and sago khichdi lovingly prepared and brought by the speaker
Amitasha Student’s Visit
The international minded Learners of the Primary Years interacted with interacted with the students of Amitasha a step in the direction of empowering the girl child by providing her the invaluable tool of education, is an initiative of Dr (Mrs) Amita Chauhan,our Chairperson. While interacting with Buddy Partners,the young Learners conducted themselves with confidence as effective communicators They were introduced to the Language Portrait Board where they drew their portraits and mentioned the languages which they could speak and listen with confidence. A ‘take home ‘card with their handprints was made to take home as a memory to cherish. They thoroughly enjoyed the company of their friends and are looking forward to another such session.
The assembly on the occasion was solely dedicated to the teachings of Jesus Christ , depicted through a presentation of small clippings. In a unique manner, Santa gifted the students by providing solutions to their small problems that they encounter in their day to day life. Realizing the importance of Christmas Carols children sang a medley of all-time favorite carols followed by a dance performance. The Principal addressed the gathering and lauded the students and teachers in charges of the wonderful assembly. Students danced to foot tapping music in the Jam session which culminated the event.
Connect… Learn…. Explore
Experience, Art, Creativity has no boundaries, they instill innovation and spark thoughts. It is the language understood by each member who has zeal to explore the world and beyond. During these tough times, global connectivity is very important to keep us updated of innovation and exploration. These global connections were seen during a Zoom session on 'Digital Art' to understand the theme- How we express ourselves focusing on the central idea ‘How Digital media change the way people access information and connect to each other’ by Ms. Barbara Guttman, the Art teacher at International School of Budapest. The interaction offered a platform to exchange experiences and a few best practices for adopting new technology in the field of Visual Arts. The young learners were enthusiastic to use technology for creating unique art and designs and felt contented to get answers for their queries from the guest speaker.
VIRTUAL FIELD TRIPS- Travel without fear
Virtual field trips are an exciting and educational way to visit places all around the world anytime. They are in fact a great way to expose kids to new places all from the comfort of their home. Students at AGSN were taken on Virtual Field trips to many amazing places along with their teachers; be it the British Museum, London, Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico, Royal Tyrrell Museum of Paleontology in the age of Dinosaurs. The primary learners also visited Discovery Children's Museum, Las Vegas and Amazon Rain Forest. Students were excited for the adventurous trips and learnt a lot.
Founder's day celebration
Under the guidance of Honourable Dr. Ashok K Chauhan Sir, AGSN has crossed many milestones. While his birthday - Our Founder’s Day - is on 24th Oct, we celebrated the event virtually earlier this week. Our students expressed their thoughts on his mantra of BHAAG
Virtual Graduation day 2021
They’ve achieved it. Even after an unusual year of attending classes from home, AGS Noida’s KG wing has crossed its annual learning milestone and the tiny tots got promoted to the next grade. Sharing some moments from our Virtual Graduation Day celebrated on 20th March. Congratulations to all