Practice Makes Perfect

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 The grounds of RDF Redlawada school is a wonderful sight in the evenings. The children have not gone home. School bags are kept aside and they are playing Kho Kho, Volleyball, and Kabbadi. The games are played in the right spirit. What a healthy way to end the day!

While it is all good fun, there are some who take their sport more seriously than the others. Two of them, M Mahesh and M Praveen have trained hard to make their game perfect. And their efforts have been recognized. The boys have been selected for the State Sports School. They may even make a career in sports. What a change it can bring to their life !

They say all work and no play makes a child dull and listless. At RDF Redlawada, sports and games are given as much importance as academics. And it is no wonder that the children here are bright, active and cheerful.

The Starting Point of all Achievement is Desire !

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Master K. Naveen , a 10th class student of RDF Matendla School won a gold medal in taekwondo sport, at the State Level competition. He was also selected for the National Level competition at Haryana. His mentor, teachers, students and friends of RDF Matendla school helped and encouraged him to achieve the goal. His humility and rigorous training helped him reach great heights. We hope and pray that he will continue to work hard and win medals in the future.

Field Trip – with a purpose

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Students of Class 8 were taken on a field trip to study a few aspects of Biodiversity. In their Biology class the students were informed about the common causes of soil pollution and its effect on biodiversity. The field trip was to create an awareness and give them a hands-on experience thus reinforcing the classroom study. They compared the soil of a farm, agriculture land, and a garden. By checking the humus they noted the properties of the soil, understood the role of insects and earthworms in its production.  They were able to relate to the use of chemicals and pesticides and the effect it had in the humus content of various soils. The students suggested that the farmers use bio-fertilizers and pesticides that would not harm the eco-system and thereby reduce soil contamination.

Voters Day at VAPV-JC

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On Jan 24th 2015, on the eve of Voters Day, we conducted a programme on the ‘Right to Information Act’ . The Chief Guest of the session was the MRO of Parvathagiri, Mr Arunodaya Kumar and the RTI coordinator of Warangal district Mr Sunkari Prashanth also participated.

The Chief Guest explained the salient points of the Act. The objectives and its purpose. The students participated actively in the question and answer session and the MRO clarified all their doubts. Any citizen could request information from a public organization and they are required to respond to a query within 30 days. He explained the benefits of the Act to the society and the process involved in submitting a request. The talk was very enlightening and informative.

There is no such thing as a great talent without great will power

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Shiva Raj hails from a middle class farming family in Nallabelli, a small hamlet near Wadlakonda. He is studying at the RDF Rollakal school. He loves to play Volley Ball. Unlike his peers, Shiva excels both in studies and sports. He is the youngest player in the team of high school students, and shows the same spirit and enthusiasm while playing the game. All the students and teachers are amazed by his energy and interest in the sport.

Good luck to Shiva for a bright future.

Dignity of Labour – Kalleda School honours the local shepherd

005 -Flag HostingRDF School, Kalleda celebrated the 66th Republic Day of our country in a special manner. The chief guest was the local shepherd Sri Dadi Venkatiah.  The students presented a guard of honour, after which Sri Venkatiah hoisted the flag. The school conducted various sports and games as part of the celebrations.  The Head Master presided over the event and then requested the chief guest to deliver a speech.  Sri Dadi Venkatiah, dressed in his traditional attire, talked about his occupation.  He advised the children to develop moral values and respect the elders. He was touched by the honour bestowed upon him by the school. He said it was a proud moment to have hoisted the flag.  The children also were given to understand that there is dignity of labour whatever may be the occupation.  He later distributed the prizes to the winners of various events.

Best Goal Keeper

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All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them!

Kumari P. Bhagyamma, RDF Matendla school student chased her dreams and finally reached to the position she always wished. She became the best goal keeper in under 14 category from the state. She is selected by Indian football academy along with 21 members in under 14 category. Kumari P. Bhagyamma studying grade 8 from Hakimpet sports school, reached this position on her own. She practiced and learned this game with lot of interest and dedication. Bhagyamma confidently says if selectors give her a chance, she will play in world football game as a goal keeper in under 14 category and bring laurels to the team and country. She stands as an inspiration to all the RDF students. Congratulations and Good luck to her from RDF family!

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