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Dec 07

The students of Kendriya Vidyalaya Pattom gifted books to the children of Govt. U. P. S. Palkulangara and make them their friends, under the newly launched social responsibility initiative “Library-Social Connect”. The programme, “Gift a Book and Get a Friend” held on the other day, was aimed to provide students with better opportunities to know about the society at large and other learning systems in particular and to make friendship through reading and books.

The session was formally inaugurated by S. Neerada, Principal, KV Pattom by presenting a set of books to V. Anil Kumar, Head Master, Govt. U. P. S. Palkulangara, followed by each student from KV Pattom gifting books to the children of the host school. They were also gifted with sweets, writing materials, cards and toys. The members of the Readers’ Club then presented stories, book reviews, poems and played instrumental music to add colour to the occasion. Gayathri, the author of the book ‘Marunnu purattanvendi murivundakkunnavar’, shared her experience on becoming a writer.  The students together visited different corners of the school and interacted with teachers and other staff.

The 450 gifted books will be added to the library collection of the school where only 50 students from unprivileged sections of the society are studying. The programme was also attended by Indu, PTA Secretary and Jagadambal, former Head Mistress.

The ‘Library-Social Connect’ initiative will be planning more such programmes to take the students to the society at large, informed S. L. Faisal, KV Pattom Librarian and also the coordinator of the event.

Pictures of the programme can be accessed  at

 http://librarykvpattom.wordpress.com/2013/12/06/gift-a-book-get-a-friend-kv-pattom-students-gifted-books-to-govt-u-p-s-palkulangara-and-got-friends-too/


Jul 03

‘Read my Buddy‘ (RmB) is a collaborative reading programme aimed at transforming moderate readers into fervent readers and helping them to become better learners, through mentoring by peers and teachers.

Objectives

  1. To transform moderate readers into fervent readers through a guided and collaborative reading approach.
  2. To understand and assess the reading habit and skills of a student through creating a Reading profile.
  3. To find and apply strategies to improve the reading and learning skills of a moderate reader who also may be a slow learner.
  4. To provide personalized learning support to all participants by seamlessly giving access to required information resources available in and outside the library.
  5. To collaborate with teachers for mentoring the participants and make them perform better in scholastic and non-scholastic areas.
  6. To promote collaborative learning in a library oriented learning environment.
  7. To make reading an enjoyable and lifelong activity by connecting two likeminded people.

To know more, visit the Project Blog




Your comments and suggestions are welcomed.
Thank you
S. L. Faisal
Librarian, KV Pattom

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