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we have created a world record by drawing the portrait of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam on his 8th remembrance day(27/07/23). More than 400 students participated with 400 plus puzzles measuring a diameter of 20 metre. Record approved and certificates were issued by Virtue book of world records.
To imbibe a sense of social responsibility, inclusion and volunteerism, our school participated in the celebration of Rashtriya Poshan Maah. Our management,Staff and students provided one hot meal on wheel to 80 underprivileged children living in Besant nagar on 30.9.2021
RBSQS, Chennai celebrated Kindergarten Graduation Day for the year 2017. Tiny tots of LKG dressed up with nice attires and performed different activities like singing rhymes, dance and hosted the event, which was appreciated by all gathered.
The Chief Guest in his address complimented the graduates on their achievements, also congratulated the teachers for their dedication and hard work in shaping the students through education and other co-curricular activities.
The most important part of the day- Graduation Ceremony started with the smart tiny tots of UKG dressed in graduation robes walking the stage. The Principal along with the Chief Guest felicitated the students with Certificate of Graduation. Children looked pretty in their graduation robes. The programme ended with the vote of thanks by a Kindergarten student.
It was indeed a joyous and memorable day for not only the little ones but also a proud moment for the parents and the mentors as they witnessed their children receiving their KG Graduation Day Diploma’s from the guests.
May God bless these tiny “graduates” as they continue their education in the main stream of the school!
A fancy dress competition was conducted for KG students not only to blend learning with fun but also to develop confidence in the students by giving them an opportunity to get on the stage and speak in front of an audience. The students were beautifully dressed. They spoke a few sentences on the character they depicted.
A science fair project is best described as a basic demonstration of how the world of science works through research, observation, and experimentation. The main objective of the projects is to analyse a scientific occurrence with an investigation or to solve a problem with an invention. Science fair projects generally are assigned to children of all ages by their school teachers, giving them a great opportunity to learn about science outside of books and homework.
Teachers, announcing the project 6-8 weeks before the fair is more than enough time for the student to select a topic and create a presentation. Students should be searching for problems to solve within the first week the project is assigned and should start developing ideas for their presentation. Taking notes during brainstorming sessions is a great way to get started on a science project. After choosing a topic, the student should start researching it and think of a hypothesis to test.
Hindustan times and NCERT organised an online essay-writing competition based on the Theme Aatma Nirbhar Bharat- Swatantra Bharat. Students from classes 9 and 10 participated and uploaded their essays in www.mygov.in on 23.8.2020.
School Super League 2020 has gone online, Organised by The Times of India-Newspaper in Education programme in association with Byju's Learning App, the challenge tests students on their scientific, mathematical and social science aptitude. The event will be held in three categories - sub-juniors comprising students of Classes III and IV, juniors comprising students of Classes V, VI and VII, and seniors comprising Classes VIII, IX and X students. The national level winning teams from Classes 3 to 10 along with their school principals (winners, 1st runners up, 2nd runners up) will win an all-sponsored trip to NASA along with their school principals on August 29.
Reserve Bank Staff Quarters School, Besant Nagar, Chennai, observed Rashtriya Ekta Diwas on 31.10.2020. Activities were conducted online to observe the occasion. Students from classes VI to X and teachers took oath to preserve the unity, integrity, and security of the nation in the spirit of unification of the country. This was followed by online essay writing and poster making competition for classes IX and X. That day teachers also engaged themselves in discussing about the life history and contribution of sardar vallabhbhai patel towards making of India.