Atal Tinkering Laboratory

ATL Exhibition by Geography Department

Geography department of Cambridge School, Noida organized an exhibition on various topics related to geography in the Atal Tinkering Lab on 17th May, 2019.

Dr. Kalyani Roy and members of the management came and appreciated the efforts of the students and also encouraged them. Various students of sister schools along with their teachers visited the exhibition.

The students talent and their creativity were portrayed through the medium of the models they prepared. The objective of the exhibition was to make learning fun, interesting and interactive because as Confucius says “I hear and I forget, I see and I remember, I do and I understand.” The students exuded confidence while explaining to the visitors the various projects and activities that were on display. The exhibition was a great success.

Event– Inauguration of Robotics program under the aegis of ATL

Robotics program was inaugurated in CSN on Wednesday, 8th May 2019 at 12:00 noon in Atal Tinkering Laboratories or ATL

ATL is an initiative supported by Niti Aayog, Government of India with the objective of fostering curiosity, creativity and imagination amongst students. A total of 23 students of class VI to IX have enrolled for the same. The Robotics program was inaugurated by Dr Kalyani Roy, Manager, Cambridge School, NOIDA.  The occasion was also graced by Ms Madhu Mehra, Col D Chaudhry and Mr Soumen Chakraborty Principal CSN.

Day & DateWednesday, 13th March 2019

With a vision to ‘Cultivate one Million children in India as Neoteric Innovators’, Atal Innovation Mission has established Atal Tinkering Laboratories (ATLs) in schools across India.

Cambridge School NOIDA has been granted the opportunity to be a part of this initiative by the Government of India recently.

Keeping in view the objective of this scheme- to foster curiosity, creativity and imagination in students; and inculcate skills such as design mindset, computational thinking, adaptive learning, and physical computing etc. the science teachers of CSN have mentored the students from classes VI to XI and have encouraged them to perform many innovative activities since December 2018.

The projects and activities on diverse concepts of science were showcased on 13th March 2019 in the ATL in the school.

The students not only performed the activities thereby exhibiting an understanding of the concepts but also prepared a detailed report of the same.

This has given an opportunity to the students to go beyond their textbooks and explore the fascinating world of science.

This initiative will be carried forward in the new session too with great enthusiasm as this platform has inspired and motivated the young minds of Cambridge School, NOIDA.

  
  

 

Robotics classes for students of VI-VIII are being held in the Atal Tinkering Laboratory in the Senior Wing of Cambridge School Noida. The classes began in the month of November 2018 and will continue till February 2019.

The students have learned about the concepts of friction, speed, acceleration and have applied their knowledge effectively in making innovative robots like vertical soccer, bull-dozer robot, gripper robot, high torque crane etc and have also done group activity to design an amusement park ride.

Day & Date-Thursday, 6th December 2018
Group– Physics

Name of Students
Tanishq Varshney(Class VIII)
Tiya Vinay(Class VIII)
Swati  Madhusudan (Class VIII)
Ishi (Class VIII)

Activity Conducted: 
Students worked to make a Tesla Coil. They learned to identify resistors by the colour and bands on them. They learned the difference between welding and soldering,   and using a soldering iron soldered many electric components to make the circuit.

 

Day & DateTuesday, 4th December 2018
Class- VIII
Activities performed by the students-

  • Making an electroscope.
  • Electrolysis of water.
  • A group of students opened a speaker to study its parts and to understand its working.
  • Another group worked on the design to make a Hydraulic pump.
  • A group of students worked on the design of a working model of the Solar System.

Remarks-

All the students thoroughly enjoyed working on their projects and activities.