Monday, May 21, 2018

Secondary CCA on 17.05.2018

Secondary CCA on 17.05.2018
English Poem Recitation 


Judges : Mr.U P Binoy, PGT English, Mrs.Hemalata, TGT English
 and Mrs.Khalisa Computer Instructor 





















Dr.Loay, Russian teacher announcing the names of Winners from Class VI to VIII ,1st , 2nd  and 3rd Positions

Winners from Class VI to VIII ,1st , 2nd  and 3rd Positions


Winners from Class IX to XII ,1st , 2nd  and 3rd Positions

Mr.U P Binoy, PGT English, CCA I/C, announcing the names of Winners from Class IX to XII ,1st , 2nd  and 3rd Positions

Friday, May 18, 2018

Educational Trip of class IX on 18.05.2018

Educational Trip of class IX
 on 
18.05.2018

EXPERIMENTANIUM 


 The Experimentanium Fun Museum of Science Russian: Muzey zanimatelnyh nauk «Eksperimentanium» or Музей занимательных наук «Экспериментаниум» , is located in the north of Moscow near the Sokol Metro Station. It is a great place to visit for adults and kids alike. 

It is a very unusual museum where visitors can and are encouraged to touch, pull, twist and move everything they want, and it is a true paradise for science enthusiasts! Over 300 exhibits are on display, illustrating the laws of mechanics, electricity, acoustics and optics



You are also invited to participate in tricky brain games, and many other things. Science is taught here through activities and games, making learning fun. The Experimentanium was opened in the spring of 2011 and has since become arguably the most popular Moscow museum for kids.



In the Experimentanium, you will discover a lot about how and why things happen. This includes the science behind tsunami formation out at sea, the principles of electricity (you can even have some electricity pass through you!).



You can see the world from inside a soap bubble, get into a mirror labyrinth or a pitch-black room, and much more. This museum is interactive, and each item is made of “real” materials (metal, wood or plastic) – most importantly, you are invited to touch everything



Each exhibit provides an overview of a law of physics or a physical phenomenon. The museum is divided into the following areas: optics, acoustics, magnetics, electricity, mechanics and astrophysics.



The halls of the Experimentanium Museum occupy three floors of an old plant with a total area of 3,000 square metres. The halls always resound with the voices of children running from one item to another and asking their parents a bunch of questions. 



The parents themselves examine the items on display and can read the information plaques at a slower pace. These information plaques accompany every exhibit and provide answers to the following three questions: “What to do?”, “What’s happening?” and, “Why is it so?” 



The parents themselves examine the items on display and can read the information plaques at a slower pace. These information plaques accompany every exhibit and provide answers to the following three questions: “What to do?”, “What’s happening?” and, “Why is it so?” 




This is to help children understand what each item is and why it functions the way it does.Russia’s only interactive water room room is also extremely popular with kids. This set of exhibits illustrates the laws of hydraulics and hydrodynamics and gives kids a general idea of the concept of hydroelectric power. Children tend to be the most drawn to the Lock





Secondary CCA on 17.05.2018

Secondary CCA on 17.05.2018 English Poem Recitation  Judges : Mr.U P Binoy, PGT English, Mrs.Hemalata, TGT English  and Mrs....