Radcliffe School takes pride & pleasure to announce that three students- Romit Addagatla, Siddhesh Daberao and Mohd. Abdur Rahman received Certificates for Participation in National Level Drawing Competition - 2016 conducted by CDAC (Centre for Development of Advanced Computing), Hyderabad as a part of Information Security Education & Awareness Project by Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, Government of India.
Being born as a woman is a gift from God in itself. While today’s woman is juggling between various roles, she is still struggling to find her footing. Our Teachers being women are the powerhouse of patience and forgiveness. Not only do they place the building blocks in one’s life, they play an integral role in shaping a child’s personality and future. Radcliffe family celebrated the International Women’s Day through a special event of fun and frolic to recognize and appreciate their struggle and look up to their potential. The school staff paid gratitude to Regional Head Mrs. Swati Mukherjee, an effective leader with her coherent vision and direction, the true source of inspiration behind all endeavours.
Happy Women’s Day !
Farewell is the time to say ‘good bye’….. To bid farewell to the out-going students with heavy heart. It is a way to make the student feel special. With tears in eyes and smile on lips, one departs from close friends for a better, brighter future.
It was an incredible, memorable day when the students of Class IX gave a farewell function to Class X, wishing them all good luck for the future. The programme started with a welcome speech followed by encouraging words from Princi...pal mam Mrs. Swati Mukherjee, followed by Vice Principal sir Mr. Sijo M Jose and Regional Admin Head Mr. Avijit Nair.
Students of class IX entertained all with music on keyboard, drums, guitar and vocal, followed by mesmerising dance performances. Miss Radcliffe was bagged by Ms. Ashumi Inani and Master Radcliffe was by Mst. Debjeet Chakraborty.The outgoing students shared their school experiences nostalgically. The farewell brought tears to many eyes.
Everyone then joined in the cake cutting followed by lunch and a final Vote of Thanks. Gifts and mementos were given by the school as a token of love to Class X students.
The day was filled with fun, excitement and emotions…
Certificates of Merit were distributed to the students of grades III – V. Receiving this certificate was an acknowledgement of the students’ efforts in the CCA and Sports activities.
Congratulations to the winners!
Certificates of Merit were distributed to the students of grades I & II. Receiving this certificate was an acknowledgement of the students’ efforts in the CCA and Sports activities.
National Science Day is celebrated in India on 28 February each year to mark the discovery of the Raman effect by Indian physicist Sir Chandrashekhara Venkata Raman on 28 February 1928. To encourage the students as well as popularize the Science and Technology, a science Quiz was conducted by Science Dept. for students of class VI-VIII. Four rounds based on different streams of Science Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Space were conducted. At the end chocolates were distributed to students who gave maximum correct answers from each class.
Teachers spoke about importance of science used in the daily life of the people and discussed all the issues and implement new technologies for the development in the field of science. It was an initiative by school to mould the children to become scientific minded citizens of tomorrow.
Students of grades VI – X received Certificates of Merit on 15th February, 2018. Receiving this certificate was an acknowledgement of the students’ efforts in the CCA and Sports activities.
Congratulations to the winners!
Pyjama party is the perfect way to spend time with friends. It is a party most commonly held by teenagers, where the guest (friends) are invited to stay overnight at the home of a friend. The Pre-primary children of Radcliffe School organised pyjama party on 16 of February 2018. It was amazing to see the tiny tots wearing lovely night attire and carrying their little teddies, dolls and cosy blankets.
The children enjoyed watching the movie "Boss Baby " and munching popcorn and went in for a short nap, with a nice lullaby being played for them.
A homely atmosphere was created. Children enjoyed waking up with their peers. It was an amazing sight to see the innocent children cuddling their friends while at sleep.
Science Olympiad Foundation (SOF) conducted the International English Olympiad IEO Examination (1st level). 140 students participated, out of which 26 students won Medals and Certificate of Excellence. Thaneesha Amit Kumar of II A secured 22nd Zonal rank and Devansh Roy of IV B secured 32nd Zonal rank.
Congratulations to the school toppers !!
12th January is celebrated as National youth day to commemorate the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda. Swamiji is regarded as the most popular patriotic saint of India. His teachings and valuable thoughts are the biggest philosophical asset of India. He played a significant role in promoting meditation, yoga, and other Indian spiritual way of self-improvement in the West, which is followed by the youths of today. School initiated a session on meditation as a part of classroom assembly every day.
Makar Sankranti is a harvest festival. It is celebrated to mark the arrival of spring season. It is a day of joy for everyone, especially when it comes to flying kites. It was a kite flying day for children of III- VIII in the school. Everyone was engaged in a kite flying frenzy. It was exciting for children to see their kites soar, blanketing the crisp winter sky. Children of Gr I-II celebrated the festival of Uttarayan by sharing special sweets made of sesame seeds and peanuts.
English learning and teaching (ELT) training by Pearson India. Mrs. Varsha Ganesh Kumar, Sr. Faculty English of Radcliffe School Kharghar attended ELT workshop by Pearson India. Mrs. Mini Joseph a renowned trainer for regular English, Business English and Communication skills conducted the session for all English teacher across Mumbai. Later, Mrs. Varsha conducted the session for Inhouse teachers. Vocabulary building, thematic connection across subjects and themes, Pronunciation skill, Grammar & composition were the prime agendas of the workshop. Teachers had a great learning experience.
Three-week training program was conducted by SOI Energeia for teachers. SOI- Structure of Intellect provides students with a solid foundation to be successful in their academic careers. The main objectives of the training were- To identify the student’s learning abilities. To equip individuals with necessary intellectual skills, to identify the areas of cognition, evaluation, memory, creativity, and problem.
Radcliffe school, Kharghar facilitated its educators Mrs. Bharti Sh...arma, Mrs. Jaskiran Punia and Mrs. Gayathri for such high impact training, later they successfully passed the examination, and awarded as “Certified Learning Specialist” and master trainer. Later they percolated the same training session to the in-house teachers. Now, they are working on students with low abilities and to further strengthen the capabilities of students with average to high qualities. Congratulations!
Shivam Mehta of Grade II, Aditya Talkhande, Bilal Pachhapure, Biprangsh Baiju of Grade V represented Radcliffe School in the 37th National Taekwondo Championship held at Eden Garden, Kolkata on 8th, 9th and 10th January 2018. The following won the competition with flying colours:
1. Aditya Talkhande Poomsae Gold Medal Sparring Bronze Medal
2. Bilal Pachhapure Poomsae Gold Medal
3.Hira Bahadur (Coach) Sparring Bronze Medal