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Exhibition at Manekshaw Centre
Exhibition at Manekshaw Centre
Exhibition at Manekshaw Centre
Exhibition at Manekshaw Centre
Exhibition at Manekshaw Centre
Exhibition at Manekshaw Centre
Exhibition at Manekshaw Centre
Exhibition at Manekshaw Centre
Exhibition at Manekshaw Centre
Exhibition at Manekshaw Centre
Exhibition at Manekshaw Centre

      

As part of the commemorative events, on the eve of the centenary of the Battle of Neuve Chapple in which maximum Indian soldiers were martyred , The Air Force School students along with the  teachers went to witness the commemoration of the World War I on 19 March,2015. The highlight was an exhibition at Manekshaw centre in which the moments and conditions of World War I had been recreated.

The Corner of Remembrance in the exhibition had old letters , an old home in neglect with belongingness of soldiers , giving a feeling of anxiousness of the family waiting for their sons to return home while the Sacrifice Hall included replicas of Amar Jawan Jyoti , Indian memorials , busts and paintings of Victorian Cross winners in India and Abroad.

The Army also created a replica of World War I showcasing the living conditions of workers then. It also illustrated the gallantry and sacrifice of Indian soldiers in the First World War. It rejuvenated the participation and valour of Indian soldiers in various battlefields of this war across Europe, Africa, and Asia.

Overall, it was a wonderful experience which made  the tafsians proud of the soldiers who relinquished their lives and made India a safe country to live in.                                                                     

                                                                                                                           

                                                                                                                         

 

                                                                                                                                     

    SOCIAL STUDIES EXHIBITION IN JUNIOR WING
    SOCIAL STUDIES EXHIBITION IN JUNIOR WING
    SOCIAL STUDIES EXHIBITION IN JUNIOR WING
    SOCIAL STUDIES EXHIBITION IN JUNIOR WING
    SOCIAL STUDIES EXHIBITION IN JUNIOR WING
    SOCIAL STUDIES EXHIBITION IN JUNIOR WING
    SOCIAL STUDIES EXHIBITION IN JUNIOR WING
    SOCIAL STUDIES EXHIBITION IN JUNIOR WING
    SOCIAL STUDIES EXHIBITION IN JUNIOR WING
    SOCIAL STUDIES EXHIBITION IN JUNIOR WING
    SOCIAL STUDIES EXHIBITION IN JUNIOR WING
    SOCIAL STUDIES EXHIBITION IN JUNIOR WING
    SOCIAL STUDIES EXHIBITION IN JUNIOR WING
    SOCIAL STUDIES EXHIBITION IN JUNIOR WING
    SOCIAL STUDIES EXHIBITION IN JUNIOR WING
    SOCIAL STUDIES EXHIBITION IN JUNIOR WING

                             SOCIAL STUDIES EXHIBITION IN JUNIOR WING  (21 MARCH 2015)

    The Junior Wing organized a Social Science exhibition titled ‘Beyond Boundaries’ on 21 March 2015 on the Open House Day.  The exhibition covered the topics from Social Science and EVS syllabus of the Junior classes. The exhibits on  the Prairies of USA, the desert of Saudi Arabia ,Congo, Polar Regions and  the pyramids of Egypt included 3-D models and art & craft work of the students. Apart from that there were also exhibits of famous  Indians  from different walks of life, who have been showing us the way for centuries and an exclusive corner for Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of our Nation.

    True to the essence of Social Sciences, each exhibit projected a value for the society.  Students dressed up as cowboys, a gypsy as a fortune teller, Sheikh, and  African tribals  interacted with the visitors. The African concept of ‘Ubuntu’ meaning ‘I am because we are’ was shared with all .  Many students as well as parents tried out their mapping skills on the India and World puzzles. The Egyptian Sphinx, pyramids, sand dunes, oasis, kayak, icebergs, eskimo, fishes , penguins, saddled horse for cowboys, products made of wheat, corn and wheat farm in a pot, etc  attracted not only children but also their parents. It was a wonderful learning experience for everyone. 

      Adventure Camps at Junior Wing
      Adventure Camps at Junior Wing
      Adventure Camps at Junior Wing
      Adventure Camps at Junior Wing
      Adventure Camps at Junior Wing
      Adventure Camps at Junior Wing
      Adventure Camps at Junior Wing
      Adventure Camps at Junior Wing
      Adventure Camps at Junior Wing
      Adventure Camps at Junior Wing
      Adventure Camps at Junior Wing
      Adventure Camps at Junior Wing
      Adventure Camps at Junior Wing
      Adventure Camps at Junior Wing
      Adventure Camps at Junior Wing
      Adventure Camps at Junior Wing
      Adventure Camps at Junior Wing
      Adventure Camps at Junior Wing
      Adventure Camps at Junior Wing
      Adventure Camps at Junior Wing
      Adventure Camps at Junior Wing

      ADVENTURE CAMPS AT JUNIOR WING

      OVERNIGHT ADVENTURE CAMP (CLASS V):

      An overnight adventure camp was organized for the students of class V, in the school premises, on 7th and 8th March 2015. The children reached school on the morning of 7th March with baggage in hand and excitement in spirit. The day began with warm up activities leading to other adventure activities like Zorbing Ball, Body-zorbs, Zip-line etc. The children felt like mini soldiers out on training, displaying courage and confidence while engaging in activities like Burma Bridge, River Crossing, Rope Ladder, Commando net, Tug of war, Commando crawl, Double rope bridge, Hopscotch, Mowgli Walk, Cross Fire and Webmaster.

      There was also a Magic Show to entertain the children followed by camp games around a camp fire and a Dance Party with a DJ too.

      The day-long outdoor physical activities made the children hungry enough for sumptuous meals of breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner.

      The rare experience of spending a night at school kept these young TAFSians eager to relish every moment of fun. They left school the next morning, 8th March, after early morning fitness exercises and a hearty breakfast.

      DAY CAMPS (CLASSES UKG-II)

      Students of class UKG, class l and class ll participated in Day Adventure Camps in the school premises on 12th and 13th of March. The young students enjoyed the various adventure activities which were planned specially for them keeping in mind their young age. They had fun on Burma Bridge, River Crossing, Rope Ladder, Commando net, Tug of war, Commando crawl, Double Rope Bridge, Hopscotch, Mowgli Walk, Cross Fire and Webmaster.

       


        ‘THE WORLD OF WONDERS- WOW’-UKG CLASS FUNCTION 

        (11 MARCH 2015)

         

        The kindergartners of TAFS presented a beautiful cultural show titled ‘The World of Wonders – WOW’, on 11 March 2015, in the Aravali Hall, for their parents. The theme of the show was cartoon characters, created by some of the great animators from across the world.  This program included fun and imaginative representation of  characters like Chotta Bheem, Mowgli, Spiderman, Scooby Doo, Doraemon, Ninja Hathodi, Powerpuff Girls, Smurfs and Lion King. Children also danced merrily to their favourite peppy songs like ‘Birdie Dance’, ‘I am a gummy bear’, ‘Who let the dogs out’, ‘Happy boys and happy girls’, ‘I am a Barbie girl’ etc.

        The Chief Guest of the show, Ms. Deepali Bedi, a Clinical Psychologist with Sukoon Psychotherapist Center, congratulated the tiny tots for their wonderful performance. While addressing the parents Ms. Bedi mentioned how important it is for us, parents and teachers, to appreciate each and every effort made by the children.

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