Best Practices

    Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan Regional Office Jaipur

    1.Fruit Break
    A healthy mind and healthy body are the foundation for any person to live a good life and contribute meaningfully to the society. Schooling should be a fulfilling experience for students and they should have opportunities to acquire abilities and dispositions that will keep their bodies and minds healthy. According to the National Curriculum Framework 2023 for school education, achieving the goal of collective health and universal welfare is possible in an all-round manner under the achievement of ‘Aims of School Education’ (1.2.1). PM Shri Kendriya Vidyalayas of Jaipur region believes that fruit Break is helpful in providing immediate energy as well as necessary energy to the students. This innovative practice has been named ‘Fruit Break’. As part of the implementation (daily by at least 80% students in a class), a ten-minute break after the second period in each class has been implemented. Parents fully supported the fruit break and gave special thanks for the innovation.

    2. Symbolic National Anthem – As per the theme of National Education Policy 2020 – “Equitable and Inclusive Education: Learning for All” (6.10) “Top priority to ensure inclusion and equal participation of students with disabilities in ECCE and school education system” will be given.
    PM Shri Kendriya Vidyalayas of Jaipur Region also believes in – Inclusive Education (AEE) to educate children with disabilities and learning difficulties along with normal children under one roof. It brings all students together in one classroom and community regardless of their strengths or weaknesses in any area and strives to maximize the potential of all students. It is one of the most effective ways to promote an inclusive and tolerant society.
    By introducing the National Anthem in sign language in school education, PM Shri Kendriya Vidyalayas of Jaipur Region removed the barriers to effective communication and created a more inclusive environment. The introduction of the national anthem in sign language at a prayer meeting is a powerful social message of acceptance and understanding. This allows students with disabilities to participate fully in classroom activities, social interactions and extra-curricular programs, promoting a sense of belonging and equal opportunities for all. Sign language enables effective communication beyond verbal language. By learning sign language, students develop a deeper understanding of different methods of communication and gain the ability to connect with different people. It promotes empathy, cultural understanding and appreciation for linguistic diversity.
    Singing the National Anthem in sign language was successfully implemented in prayer meetings in all classes. Students were excited about this new change in their morning assembly. Initially 60% students were able to sing the national anthem in sign language with proper actions and gestures, after that with continuous practice all the students of the school have been able to achieve proficiency by practicing it daily.

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