ROAD SAFETY FORTNIGHT CELEBRATIONS
The first day of the road safety Fortnight was the day of drawing and painting with the colours of imagination portraying tips of road safety and traffic signs. Students of class l to V made vibrant and important traffic signs cutouts. Slogan writing competition was organised for Class Vl to Class Vlll. students participated enthusiastically and wrote wonderful slogans. Students from class IX & Xl painted their imagination of ideal roads and road users on the canvas.
To commemorate the Road Safety Fortnight, the school will conduct a special assembly for the entire fortnight mentioning Do’s and Don’ts for the Road Safety.
Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Remembrance Day
Our School organised an Inter-house Declamation Competition on 12 April, 2023, to hone the oratory skills among the students. It was organised to commemorate the memory of Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar, Indian politician and social reformer.
The children were in high zest and zeal.
The participants spoke with full enthusiasm. Among the speakers in the competition Nishtha from Tilak House stood First, Palak from Patel House stood Second while Rohit from Azad House stood Third.
The Principal, Mrs. Hema Dhingra, appreciated the efforts of all the participants and encouraged other students too to come forward and participate in such events.
EARTH DAY CELEBRATION
Every year, Earth Day happens on April 22. Earth Day is a wonderful opportunity to teach our kids more about protecting planet Earth. Therefore, our School marked World Earth Day with activities widespread to teach them about the 3Rs — recycling, reducing, and reusing. Our students threw a big celebration for Mother Earth with these fun Earth Day Activities like paper craft ,recycling collage, a seed Jar and many others pertaining to the theme.Our Environmental conservationists from the Middle school (from class Vl to Vlll) contributed by doing various activities
on 12th April by participating in the competition with great zeal in educational and action-oriented activities that were fun.
Holistic Development Through Yoga
The International Yoga Day was celebrated on 21 June 2022 with great eagerness and enthusiasm at school.
The celebration of International Yoga Day as declared by the United Nations was highly an exuberant event with the buoyant and enthusiastic participation of the large number of students. The school organised a plethora of activities for students of all ages ranging from asanas, pranayam to Suryanamaskar. The students stretched their arms, bent their legs, rolled their neck and twisted every sinew in their body with greater dexterity, in a spectacular synchronicity with English and Hindi instructions. Vrikshasana, Parvatasana, Padmasana, Vajrasana were the asanas, to name a few, performed on the occasion.
The Principal, Mrs. Hema Dhingra, in her inaugural address opined, “Yoga, an ancient Art and Science of health and harmony have vast potential for physical, mental, emotional,
social and spiritual health of every human being. The schools being convergent centres
can play a path breaking role in the growth and development of the nation. The day came to conclusion with the and the students and teachers carrying home the message that,
“Yoga is not for only one – it’s for everyone,
Yoga is not for a day- it’s for everyday.”
Kite & Rakhi Making Competition
Our school organised a ‘Rakhi & Kite competition’ in its school premises. It is well said that Co-Curricular activities are part and parcel for all an all round development of the individual.
Keeping in mind, the School conducts a number of Co- curricular activities at regular intervals of time. All students of each class participated with full zeal. The motive behind organising competition is to enhance the skill of creativity and nurturing their inner talent. The competition started with enthusiasm among the students. All the students made beautiful Rakhis with the help of colourful ribbons and decorative materials. The whole activity was conducted under the guidance of teachers.
At last, the Principal of the school Mrs Hema Dhingra appreciated the efforts of all the participants. He also encouraged and motivated the students to participate in Co-Curricular activities for their overall personality development.
“Clay modelling is a great way to develop a child’s fine motor skills, imaginations and spark creativity.”
Clay Modelling is a highly creative activity that is enjoyed by kids and adults alike. Keeping this in mind the school organised a “Clay Modelling Competition” on May 4,2022 for the students of Grade 6 to 9th.
It was a perfect platform for the creative minds of the children to develop their imagination and spark creativity. The hands worked smoothly and effectively to fulfil their heart’s desires and fantasies. They pounded, squeezed, rolled and blended the clay to make some unique and amazing creations of fruits, flowers, birds, butterflies, trees, water animals, houses, etc., and displayed them with pride.
This outstanding sensory activity enhanced dexterity, gross and fine motor skills and helped to boost the self –confidence of the students. The finished product at hand was a treasure to cherish for the adolescents.
Overall it was an amazing experience and a great way to develop imagination and sparkle creativity.
Inter House Sports Competition
“If you can believe it, the mind can achieve it.”
As we all know game is an essential part of the school co- curricular activities that is provided for the physical well being of the students. House activities give all students the opportunity to participate in various sports with the aim of raising self esteem, developing self confidence and giving opportunities for leadership and teamwork beyond those already available within school.
Sports play a major role in shaping the personality of a child. We always provide students with the best possible opportunities in their early Sporting life. Getting on the way and inter house Kho Kho and Volleyball competition was organised for the students of VI to IX. All the students gathered house-wise in main playground with their house incharges. Students of all four houses Azad, Patel, Subhash and Tilak played a fair game with true spirit under the guidance of Mr Sajjan and Mr. Birender sir most efficient and experienced sports teacher.
CARTOON & MASK MAKING COMPETITION
A mass making competition was conducted for the students of VI to VIII. The students made Mask of various types. They actively participated and made beautiful mask using their creativity.
Cartoon with slogans competition was conducted for the student of IX class. The aim was to provide a platform for the budding artists to bring out there latest creativity. Assessment on the basis of content, presentation and overall performance.
“A good handwriting is a mirror of knowledge.”
Just like painting, drawing and sketching, this art can be developed by us with some effort.In the era of technology, and increasingly use of computers, tabs and other electronic gadgets handwriting skills have been forgotten these days. So to overcome these problems, English Calligraphy competition was conducted to improve presentation skills and to inculcate the habit of good handwriting among students of class III to IX. Students participated in the competition with great enthusiasm and shown excellent creativity through their writing skills.