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Activities > School Activities-2011-2012

Mock Drill to use the FIRE Extinguisher

Date: 17-04-2012
The Management of Oxford Grammar School arranged a meet fire drill in the school premises on 17.04.2012 Mr.M.Bhagvan Reddy G.H.M.C designated official has demonstrated the statutory measures to avoid the fire accidents in houses schools and theatres. He explained how to handle the fire extinguishers to the students of I to VIII classes of S.S.C and C.B.S.E wings A live demo has been given to the students. The S.F.O has even trained the teachers in the statuary use of the installed fire hose and use of fire extinguishers in the hour of need.

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Rangoli competition

31st Dec 2011
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A student of OGS thinking colour combination
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Total involvement of the student in the competition
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Filling the colours to make it attractive
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Oxfordians getting ready for the Competition
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OGS Student completed her task and waiting for the judgement
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Children's Day

14th Nov 2011
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Aproopa ,IVth CBSE student receiving prize who secured prize in ZEE LEARN Gakken Science District level exhibition
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Students in their regular assembly on 14th Nov 2011
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Students abut to perform a dance on Children's Day
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Students of CBSE presenting a fancy dress item representing different states of India
 

Science Exhibition

06-11-2011
Oxford Grammar School organised Science Exhibition in collaboration with ZEE LEARN GAKKEN Science Academy in their school premises which was inaugurated by Deputy DEO MR.R Satyanarayana Reddy. Students from both the wings of SSC and CBSE participated enthusiastically displaying their projects , models and exhibits made out of eco friendly & waste materials prominent topics energy , pollution, contemporary affairs ,food , health and nutrition were largely concentrated. The chief guest and judges looked impressed when high school students gave power point presentation on Earthquake, F1 Grand Prix, Virus, Population. Visitors and parents appreciated the efforts of students and teachers. The guest has gone around the models and appreciated the students effort in reflecting their understanding about conservation, protection of the environment and natural resources. He felt that Oxford Grammar School is setting up an example of promoting the students to learn the concepts of science through exploration and experiencing.
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The chief guest taking the guard of honour

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Chief Guest and Judge closely monitoring the power point presentation .

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S.S.C students showing their charts

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CLosely Monitoring the power point presentation by CBSE student Akshara

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Maths puzzle to be solved

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Chief Guest and Judge closely monitoring the power point presentation .

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The Chief Guest interacting with the students who took part in Science Exhibition

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Students eager to show their models

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Doctor's visit

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Students Listening to the tips given by the dermatologist.
 

Teachers Day

5th September 2011
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Speech by the OGS Chairman on the eve of teachers day.



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X Class Students presenting a dance item on teachers day.



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CBSE StudentsR.Shravya of VII Class, Y.Akshra of VIII Class ,
G.poorva Kalyani of VII Class, giving a speech on teachers day



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CBSE Students participating In the Camilin Painting Compitation

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CBSE Students participating In the Camilin Painting Compitation
 

Elections for Student Governing Body

4th July 2011
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Students casting their vote to elect student goverining body

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Girls Captains K.Alekhya, T.Meghana Sai, Boys Captains Monish Kalyani , S.Nikhil Raj of X Class

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The captain nominee Akshar Rao of X A introducing him self to the students
 

CBSE Students participating In the Camilin Painting Compitation

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CBSE Students participating In the Camilin Painting Compitation
 

Personality development

Date : 01-11-2008
Oxford Grammar school is organising various programmes for development of total personality of children as well academics. In connection with this aim many Scholars, Educationists, Psychologist have been invited to school to help the students to recognise and to overcome their stress, conflicts etc., As part of it, on 1st Nov, 2008, Dr.Barbara Wright, Doctorate in psychology, Master in counseling, Bachelor in speech pathology has been invited to address High school students and help them to overcome their stress, depression and conflicts which may hinder their total personality development. Dr.Wright is a successful clinician and therapist whose work has taken her to the US, Europe, Asia and South America. Over the past 30 years she had worked with hundreds of people in, how to be skillful in conflict resolution as well as personal development. She has been a guest on radio and television. The focus of her presentation was on skillful compassionate communication for stress reduction and conflict resolution to reach their goal. She interacted with the students and quenched their queries. Later she also addressed the staff of OGS. Mrs. Saileela Reddy, Headmistress of OGS, graced the occasion.
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Dr.Barbara Wright giving guidance to the students

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Dr.Barbara Wright guiding the teachers
 

A Report on National Students Science Congress-2008

National Students’ Science Congress was held at “Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Public, School, Jubilee Hills on 25th October, 2008. Mr.G.Prabhakar was the Co-ordinator for NSC, Hyderabad District. The Chief guest Mr.Naveen Mittal, IAS., has inaugurated the Congress. Joint Director Mrs.Mallamma spoke about the indiscipline on roads because the people are not following traffic rules properly. Shri.Gopala Krishna, Vice Chairman of the Venue school spoke about the threat to the existing life on earth. Sri.Balakasaiah, Deputy E.O. wished all the participants and encouraged the students to take part in Science Congress. He also said that more number of students should participate in such activities, which helps the students involve in activities to save the earth from destructions. 200 hundred schools participated in the Science Congress. Our Oxford Grammar School students (students of Nature Club from VIII, IX and X classes) exhibited 5 projects, entirely based on research but not on model making.
The main themes are – Noosphere, Biosphere, Hydrosphere, Atmosphere.
Sub-Themes are: Biodiversity, obesity, water pollution due to industrial waste, water contamination due to excess of fluorine in water, (Research was done in Nalgonda district by one of our students.) Every project was based on research. They have done research collectively under the given themes. Their team was appreciative. The students have visited different families for the project on obesity. During the survey they have also faced problems with obese people. Some elderly obese people did not co-operate with students for giving reasons for their obesity. Some students have involved very seriously with commitment and enthusiasm for better life. There were discussions among students about how to save the earth and people from pollution and other ailments like obesity. Always our students participate actively and voluntarily in Science activities.
 

INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATIONS-2008

Oxford Grammar School celebrated the Independence Day celebrations in its play ground.
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Observation of Hiroshima Day

Date: 08-08-2008
Oxford Grammar School commemorated the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki by observing the Hiroshima Day on 8th August, 2008 at its school premises. Students through a small play conveyed the adverse effects of bombings on 6th and 9th August, 1945 on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan. They discussed about the destruction caused and the suffering of the victims.
A debate was conducted for the IX class students on topic of Merits and De-merits of Atomic energy. In the debate students who favoured the use of atomic energy, argued that atomic energy is useful for life and how it can create electricity through nuclear power and its uses in medical field as a cure for many diseases like cancer and as a key to unknown aspects of science and knowledge in various fields.
The students who were against the use of atomic energy reminded how atomic energy, if mis-utilized can wipe out the human existence from the earth. They also highlighted on the concerns of the safety this atomic power from falling into the wrong hands of anti-social elements which can cause great destruction to the nature and human life.

The Vice Principal Mrs.N.Kalavathy and the Heads of the Departments of Social studies and Sciences supervised the programme. Mr.K.Prabhkar, Co-ordinator of the school was present at the meeting. An interaction session was followed to clear the doubts of the students.
At last two minutes silence was observed in remembrance of the people of Hiroshima and Nagasaki who were killed in the atomic bomb blasts.
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IV. Inaugural Dance in 15th ICFF by OGS students 

Students of 9th and 8th classes swetcha, Tulasi, Manasa, Diviya Priya, V. Subha Sree, Vishnu Priya, Harshita, and Harika participated in welcome dance on the inaugural day function students of 6th class and 7th class K.Alekhya , N. Pratysha, R. Vardhini, D. Yashaswini, P. Nidhi, M. Bhavya, A. Manasa, M. Divya, P.Aparna, B. Sindhuja[T. Swetha, V. Madhavi, P.Sahiti, Harika, Harshita of 8th class and R. Vishnu Priya, K.Tulasi, E. Manasa, P. Divya Priya, V. Subha Sree performed dance of a patriotic song on 15th November at Lalitha Kala Thornam at 6:00 P.M
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Traffic Commandos Training

Traffic Commandos Training is organized for our school children in the school play ground by Traffic Police Department. The aim of the programme is to bring awareness of Traffic Rules and regulations amongst them, thereby to implement it in the nearby traffic zones in the vicinity of the school. Twenty four students are selected for Traffic Commandos duty.

The involvement of students in such a social service activity not only facilitate the children to know the traffic rules and regulations but also a common man get attracted to the involvement of children, subsequently they may follow the rules and regulations. Thus, the awareness can be attained in mass
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SCIENCE CLUB

To create awareness in Science and Technology and to expose the students to the latest developments, Science Club members are encouraged to take up various projects and field trips. They are trained in activities like maintaining kitchen garden, making working models etc., Besides these, eminent Resource Persons from various fields like A.P.Children Environmental Science and Action Congress, A.P.Pollution Board etc., are invited to increase awareness among the children and develop their science and Action Congress.
Honourable Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh Shri. Chandrababu Naidu.

[ OGS - Shri. CHANDRABABU NAIDU ]

 

CULTURE CLUB

To improve creativity and originality many co-curricular activities and extra curricular activities are being taken up. Students are given training under the special guidance of experts in the field of crafts and drawing. Students learn activities like paper cutting, clay modeling, making models using cotton, shells, thread etc., which enable them to become multi skilled. Models and Handicrafts, which are prepared by students are displayed on important occasions. The students are also imparted knowledge of Dance and music in regular classes. The students are performing excellently on various occasions, which has fetched them many awards and certificates.
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LITERARY CLUB

To prepare children for leadership, to give them ample opportunities for self expression and to enable them develop latent talents Elocution, Essay writing, Poetry writing, Creative Writing Workshop and debates are organised in various languages. This enables the children to develop structured thinking and presentation skills and to come out with creative ideas.
[ OGS - LITERARY CLUB ]
 

SOCIAL SERVICE

Inspired by the government's proactive social service activity "Janmabhoomi" the students with the active assistance of the teaching personnel involve themselves in the social service activities in the surrounding areas from time to time.
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RED CROSS

Our school has become a member of Junior Red Cross Society in the year 2000. 35 students from our school are members of Junior Red Cross with the aim of inculcating the aims of organization. Up to date the Junior Red Cross of the school has involved its members in various activities like health camp, workshop on first aid, blood camp and promoting health education by conducting demonstration at health museum in public gardens. Students attend frequently the periodical meetings held in different schools of twin city.
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A Report on HIV --- AIDS Week
1st December to 6th December – 2008
HIV --- AIDS Week was observed in our school

Day – 1.Students of 9th class were explained about the growing up changes in adolescence age. They understood the bodily changes between childhood and Adult age in which hormones are involved. The were also explained about the hygiene they maintain to be away from the infections related to Reproductive System.

Day – 2. Students were explained about the structures of HIV, routes of entry of HIV into Human bodies, through 4 ways i.e.
1) Sexual contact 2) infected blood transfusion 3) Mother to Child and 4) infected needles, Syringes and blades.
They were also taught about the ABC formula
A – Abstinence (no sex before marriage)
B – Be faithful to life partner.
C – Concentrate on studies.

They were also explained about the 4 stages from the HIV infection to the AIDS stage.

Stage – 1. HIV Acute infection (Window period) in which HIV Virus is not seen in the tests. During this period human body does not produce antibodies against the virus. So it can not be seen in the blood. It is called window period.

Stage – 2. HIV Asymptomatic period (Incubation period). In this period symptoms will not be much, but HIV positive may suffer from fever and weight loss. During this period HIV damages more no. of Cd4 cells (a type of lymphocytes of WBC) and multiply in number.

Stage – 3. HIV Symptomatic stage. In this stage, due to reduction in no. of lymphocytes the HIV positive suffers from diarrhoea, skin diseases, continuous fever, ulcers in mouth, swellings on the body and loss of appetite.

Stage – 4. AIDS Stage . This is the last stage of HIV infection. The Immune System is damaged very much, so the HIV Positive suffers from diseases like, Tuberculosis, ulcers in mouth, diarrhoea, RTIs (Reproductive Tract Infections) and STDs (Sexually Transmitted infections). The patient also suffers from skin diseases, continuous fever and weight loss. He will be vulnerable to many infectious diseases.

HIV – Human Immuno Deficiency Virus.
AIDS – Aequired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome.

Day – 3. Life Skills. Were explained to students using examples.
1. Critical thinking skill.
2. Decision making skill.
3. Interpersonal skill.
4. Communication skill.
5. Coping skill.
6. Handling peer pressure.
7. Building and Caring relationships
8. Negotiating skill.
9. Skill of Empathy.
10. Self awareness skill.
11. Counseling.

There are 3 tests to find HIV in blood.
1. ELISA – Enzyme linked Immuno Sorbant Assay
2. P.C.R – Polymerase chain Reaction
3. Western Blot Test.

Day – 4. Skits on life skills.
4 – groups of Students performed skits.
Day – 5. QUIZ on Adolescence Education, HIV and AIDS.

Day – 6. Interaction with Students.
A Female doctor Dr. Anitha Reddy from ‘Arya’ Hospital and a Male doctor Prasad, Medical officer from Gov’t Hospital gave their valuable suggestions and clarified students’ doubts.

80% to 90% of HIV infected persons survive for a period of 10 years. 5% - 10% survive only for 3 – 5 years and about 5% of HIV positive live longer without development of AIDS.

HIV lives in human blood, semen, vaginal secretions and breast milk. It can live only for 15 – 30 seconds outside the human body.
In A.P. approximately 91% of HIV infection is due to sexual made of Transmission.

HIV does not spread through sharing the food, kissing on cheeks, hugging, mosquito & other insects bite, sharing toilet seats or caring for some one with HIV --- AIDS.

Children with HIV and AIDS must be allowed to live a normal life. HIV Positive children need a lot of love and care from class mates, friends, family members and society.
HIV also does not spread through urine, faeces, saliva or by vomit

Website – www.youandaids.org
 

Report on a visit to Medex – 2008

The students of class VIII, IX & X were taken to Medex – 2008 (Medical Exhibition) at Osmania Medical College Koti. The students numbered 105 and they were taken on 25-11-2008. The idea behind this visit was to educate the students about their anotomy and physiology and functioning of various organs. They viewed video clippings on Natural disasters and plastic surgery on aspects like Rhinoplasty (Nose), Fingre replacement, Botox treatment etc. They have watched a movie on “Awarness of Hiv–Aids”. They have seen the demonstrations of first aid to the accident and snake bite victims and normal delivery and caesarian section. They have visited the museum where specimens of Cyclops baby, conjoined twins, vertebral column of the foetus, ear bones, skeletons of different reptiles, bones affected due to osteoporosis, bone garden human organs such as spinal chord, brain, heart, lungs, liver, eyes, digestive system, muscular system etc. They have also witnessed fractures (accidents). They have visited forensic department, department of microbes, department of bio-chemistry, department of pediatry.

They have displayed the models related to harmful effect of tobacco, narcotics, bad food habits which lead’s to obesity and diabetes, woman’s life in society with a caption “Womb to grave” highlightening the ill effects of female foeticide and child and early maniages.

They have also seen models related to Eukaryotic cell and its organelles, and also of the various human organs.

 
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