We at RDF Kalleda take great pride in the achievements of our students and alumni. It inspires us to do better. This post is about our alumnus G Srinivas . His father is a farmer, and mother a labourer. They struggled to make ends meet. Srinivas was with us from Nursery to Class X. He was a good student and did well both in academics and sports. He also took a keen interest in cultural activities. His hard work and sincerity despite the tough conditions at home were his stepping stones to success. And on completion of his schooling he obtained a Government job. He is now training with CISF (Central Industrial Security Force) in Delhi.
We are extremely proud of him and are confident that he has a bright future.
Children are sometimes rewarded with money by their elders. And most of them often spend it on themselves. However, the students of Class 7, had a great idea. They decided to make better use of it. A kiddy bank was installed in the classroom. Children who received money would voluntarily put it in the kiddy bank. In the last month of their academic year, they opened the kiddy bank and the money was put to good use. They bought examination pads for all their classmates! When compassion and kindness starts so early in life it will last a lifetime. What a fine example for other students.
Going to the zoo is not just a fun visit. It can be such an educational experience. Children from Grade 3,4, and 5 from Mandal Parishad Primary School, Bahadurpally were taken to the zoo on February 1, 2015
They saw animals in their natural habitat. Read the name boards with great interest. Enjoyed the pranks of the monkeys. Mimicked their sounds . The aquarium and the Jurassic Park model also generated a great deal of interest.
What is an outing without food? Finding a shady spot to relax they enjoyed the tamarind rice, biscuits, bananas and fruit juice.
Self Government Day was observed on 28th February at RDF Rollakol School with great enthusiasm. It was a heartening sight to see the children take on different roles of teachers, and educational officers like the DEO and MEO and enact them with ease. They conducted the assembly prayer and the classes.
The HM and the teachers also addressed the children and asked them to develop character strengths and virtues like discipline, hard work and honesty and be good citizens. The day ended with a cultural programme and the best student teachers were awarded prizes.
National Science Day is observed on February 28th as a mark of tribute to the contribution made by the great scientist Sri C.V.Raman. The students of RDF Matendla under the guidance of their teachers had planned some unique, innovative and creative science exhibits. There were 48 stalls in all. Excited students and parents of the high school children went around and listened intently as the exhibit was explained.
This was followed by a variety of skits and plays to bring certain issues to light. The children took a Pledge to protect nature. The audience was moved by a song, Sorrow of a Tree, rendered by Jyothi, of Grade 9. The audience had plenty to think about when Manohar of Grade 6, sang the Sorrow of a Crow. The lyrics were written by Mr Venkatesh, the Science teacher. Nerananda Swami, a skit was enacted about bogus Swamis who cheat the gullible public.
There were also inspiring talks by the students and the Head Master. This was followed by the distribution of prizes and a vote of thanks.
It is unimaginable to think of life without computers. And it is essential that these skills are imparted to the students. In our well equipped computer lab the students spend an hour each day getting familiar with computer skills. We also introduce them to the world of internet. They thus learn how to access information, or for that matter simple tasks like paying a bill.
We celebrated 88th National Science day on 28th February at our school in a grand manner. On this occasion we conducted many programs at our school. The programs are Talent test, Drawing, Drama ( Play), Quiz. On the science day 60 of our school children exhibited 30 exhibits. The exhibits were seen by our school children. Other school children along the staff visited our school and saw the exhibits.
On this occasion we invited Sub Inspector of Paravathagiri, Sri. B.Venkat Rao garu as our chief guest. He visited all the exhibits and appreciated the children for their effort. He delivered a speech and advised the children to work hard to get good name for the school and parents. In the end, the prizes were distributed to the children who were participated in science activities by the chief guest, Head master and other respectable personalities.