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Community Service

About SETU (Save and Empower The Underprivileged)

To sensitize students to the needs of the underprivileged sections of society, we encourage them to offer selfless Community service. To fulfil the same endeavour, initiatives are taken from time to time through participation in various activities to facilitate learning and empower the underprivileged students of School run by NGO SETU.

Initiatives taken by MAYOOR SCHOOL for SETU school

  • Students of class 6 have gone to SETU on 15/12/17, to conduct a workshop of Maths on the topic Mensuration. They explained the topic first and then conducted an activity based on area and perimeter. Through this activity students explained how to find the area of your hand by counting square also they explained the relation between area and perimeter of different shapes of quadrilaterals. Students of SETU enjoyed that session and took part enthusiastically.
  • Six students of class VII got the opportunity to visit the SETU- Serve and Empower The Underprivileged on 5thDecember 2017 accompanied by a science teacher. The mayoorian volunteers explained and demonstrated the physical and chemical changes around us with the help of many real life examples and experiments.

    All the SETU students were excited to see the experiments especially volcanic eruption, lime water turning milky, neutralization reaction etc. Later they played games related to it.The concepts were very clear to them and at the end they were able to give answer to the questions asked. Our school students were amazed to see the SETU’s contribution to empower the underprivileged students and the facilities they have provided to them.

  • Eight students of Class-IV along with their Maths Teacher Swati Bhargava went to SETU on 24/11/17(Friday). Decimal topic was introduced through Jodogyan Decimal kit through which formation of decimal numbers and number names were explained. 

  • Mayoor School, Noida hosted an Inter School Painting competition, ‘Setu Siksha Jyoti Painting Competition’ organized by the Setu Foundation on 22 Nov, 2017 in the school premises. Setu Foundation is a Delhi based charitable organization operating in NCR for the upliftment of less fortunate children. The CEO of the School, Mrs. Sarita Madhok extended a warm welcome to all the participating students. The objective of the competition was to create awareness towards the education of the children from the weaker sections of the society.
  • Students of class VII visited SETU along with Ms Shiba Khan on October 31,2017. There they interacted with the students of SETU and had fun filled activities related to the topic Active and Passive Voice. The visit was quite enriching and enjoyable. Both students from Mayoor School and SETU had a nice time sharing views and participating in activities together.
  • A workshop was conducted at Setu on 27thOct’2017 to enhance the skills of students  in English Grammar. The topic for the workshop was “Adverbs”

    ·         Key concepts  on Adverbs were taught to the students

    ·         Application based activities were conducted which were accomplished successfully.

    ·         Summarization of the key concepts was also done

  • My sincere thanks to CEO ma’am and fellow colleagues for giving me the opportunity of visiting SETU. On 10th August 2017, I took nine students from class 8I to SETU. Students were very enthusiastic to meet children at SETU. Under my guidance they prepared the topics which were to be conducted there. Accordingly, I prepared worksheets, as it had to be activity based interaction. I took the topic “Linear Equation in One Variable” and “Coordinate Geometry”, which are the chapters of Math’s NCERT. I introduced the chapter to them and we did threeactivities. One worksheet related to the Linear Equations, other two were related to the Coordinate Geometry. All the students were comfortable in each other’s company. They all had a very good session. Mayoorians were helping them in every aspect. Overall it was a very interactive, knowledgeable and enjoyable session. 

  • A team comprising of 10 students of class VII along with their science teacher visited SETU on 6th July 2017. Various experiments were conducted by the students for the identification of household products as acids, bases and salts.

  • Class VI-C and VI-D visited SETU along with Mrs Susmita Sarkar (TGT Maths) on 19/04/17 (Wednesday).

  • Students of Class VII visited SETU along with Ms. Sheeba Sultan on May 9, 2017. There they interacted with the students of SETU and had fun filled activities related to Prepositions.

  • A number of Maths activities related to proper, improper, mixed fractions, equivalent fractions and comparison of fractions were conducted by students of classes VI C and VI D.

  • 19th of January 2017 students of class VIII performed Science activities based on electricity, electromagnetism, force & pressure and acid base reactions. Students of SETU also participated in these activities enthusiastically. Positive response was received from the students of SETU.

  • Students of class VII visited SETU on 9th of November’16 where they presented the concepts on Triangle and it's properties.

  • The students of class VIII visited SETU for the English workshop on 20.10.2016 (Thursday). Topic was ‘Formal Letter’.

  • Students visited SETU to conduct, a role play where students of both schools had to enact scenes. The session aimed at increasing language skills and fostering teamwork.