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Udgam School for Children
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The phase before the #exams can be very stressful for the students. In fact for parents also exam of the child is a taxing time. With changing questions patterns and a more extensive syllabus, students get bewildered during this time and give in to various shades of despair. However, handling the situation calmly will help to ease the stress levels of your child as well as your home. Read our article on Lets Share n Care to understand how parents can help their children cope better with stress during exams.
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Point to Ponder
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Did you wash your hands the right way?
Simply washing your hands is not enough. Wash your hands properly to prevent diseases.
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It is with a deep sense of sorrow that we announce the demise of the founder of this school, Mrs. Sarojben Carvalho. She passed away last night. May her soul rest in peace. Our heartfelt condolences to her family members. May God give all of us the strength to bear this loss.
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Best of Luck to our students for their exams.
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WAYS TO IMPROVE CONCENTRATION DURING #EXAMINATIONS
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SUPERMOON TONIGHT
Look up! There’s a black supermoon tonight.
It's not as creepy as it sounds.
If you’re in the western hemisphere, tonight you’ll be able to see a rare new moon that’s both a black moon and a supermoon. But although it’s a pretty cool astronomical event, it actually won’t look that different to a regular new moon - which doesn't look like much at all.
The term supermoon comes from the fact that the Moon is currently the closest to Earth it’ll be for the month, which is known as perigee. When perigee coincides with a full or new moon, it’s known as a supermoon, and it can appear up to 30 percent brighter and 14 percent larger in the sky than normal. In the case of a full moon, this looks pretty spectacular, as you can see below in the comparison between a regular full moon (left) and a supermoon (right).
Unfortunately, this month, the Moon is between the Earth and the Sun, which means we instead just have the darkness of a new moon to look at instead.
But this new moon is also a black moon, which is sort of the opposite of a blue moon. A blue moon refers to either the second full moon in a single month or the third full moon in a single season. Well, a black moon follows that same rule, except it occurs when the moon is new, rather than full.
So today is the third new moon during the Northern Hemisphere’s winter, and because it coincides with perigee, it’s got the name 'black supermoon' to live up with.
If you do want to check the black supermoon out, it should be pretty easy to spot with both the naked eye and a telescope if you know where to look. And hopefully it’ll be a little... darker?... than a regular new moon.
If you are keen to see a real, full supermoon, don't worry - the next one will occur on March 20th, and it coincides with a solar eclipse. Pretty.
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RAISING HAPPY CHILDREN...
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