Events & Happenings - Classes I to V
 

Celebrating Baisakhi & Ambedkar Jayanti

Class 1
On the auspicious occasion of Baisakhi and to commemorate Ambedkar Jayanti a small celebration took place in Class 1. The celebration commenced with an introduction as to why Baisakhi and Ambedkar Jayanti are celebrated and their significance. They were shown animated videos regarding the same. Children displayed their enthusiasm by dancing on popular Punjabi folk music. They splashed colours on sheets and made beautiful drawings depicting the festival. The celebration concluded on a sweet note when children enjoyed sharing the scrumptious deserts which they had brought with them.

Class 2
The festival of Baisakhi and the occasion of Ambedkar Jayanti were celebrated by the students of Class 2 with great enthusiasm. Children looked stunning in traditional attire. The girls looked very pretty in salwar suits. The teacher informed the students about Baisakhi and why it is celebrated. The teachers also made them aware about the teachings of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar and his contribution in the development of the country. Children sang melodious songs and recited lovely poems on this occasion. An activity of decorating a Dhol cutout was done in the class.

Class 3
The children of Class 3 celebrated Ambedkar Jayanti and Baisakhi with zeal and enthusiasm. They were explained that Ambedkar Jayanti is celebrated to mark the birth anniversary of Late Dr. B. R. Ambedkar who wrote the Constitution of our country. They were also explained that Baisakhi is the harvest festival of our country but it is celebrated especially in Punjab and Haryana. The children came dressed in traditional Punjabi attire. They all made kites and decorated it with beads and ribbons etc.

Class 4
Baisakhi and Ambedkar Jayanti were celebrated with lots of exuberance and fanfare. A special assembly was conducted in which students highlighted the life and work of Dr Bhim Rao Ambedkar followed by a brilliant performance on the tunes of Punjabi folk song, which was the highlight of the day. The mood in the class was upbeat. Students were totally involved in the festive spirit. They were told about the importance of both the events. They crafted masks of lion out of paper plates, and made bookmarks with quotes of Babasaheb. The children shared the traditional Punjabi food they had brought with them.

Class 5
Class 5 celebrated Baisakhi and Ambedkar Jayanti with lots of exuberance and zeal. A special assembly was conducted by the students through which the students highlighted the life and work of Dr Bhim Rao Ambedkar followed by a scintilating Bhangra performance. The children were explained the significance of the harvest festival which is mainly celebrated in the Northern parts of India. The students were also informed about the importance of Dr. Ambedkar in writing the Constitution of India.


 

Celebrating World Heritage Day

Class 1
The students of Class 1 celebrated World Heritage Day with great pride and honour. The celebrations began with a short introduction given by the teachers in their respective classes highlighting the importance of this day. The students were informed that every year on 18th April, World Heritage Day is celebrated to enhance awareness of the importance of cultural heritage of mankind, and redouble efforts to protect and conserve the human heritage. A short movie was also shown to the students.

Class 2
Class 2 celebrated “World Heritage Day” with great zeal and gusto. The teachers briefed the aim behind the celebrations and emphasized the responsibility to preserve the heritage not only for ourselves but for the next generations to come. On this special day teachers talked about our heritage and conducted a craft activity in which children drew famous monuments and discussed the way to preserve them. Overall celebration was the great learning for the young and growing brains.

Class 3
Class 3 celebrated, World Heritage Day through a Poster Making activity. The children drew famous Heritage monuments of India. A few students spoke about the monuments they had drawn. The teacher also spread awareness about the significance of the day and how they can protect the monuments for future generations. The celebrations helped children to learn more about the importance of different monuments.

Class 4
In order to make children aware about the importance of the cultural heritage and its preservation World Heritage Day was celebrated by the students of Class 4. The teacher inspired the students to do small things at their end to save the heritage sites. Students collected information about various monuments of India and participated in an Art competition which was organized in the class. They pledged to strive earnestly to preserve their glorious heritage.

Class 5
World Heritage Day was celebrated with great zeal in Class 5. A few students came wearing large charts and drawings of different monuments of India and spoke lines about the same. It came out to be knowledgeable and informative for the students.


 

Once Upon A Time - Story Telling Workshop
Children have an innate love for stories. Story telling is a unique way for students to enhance understanding and communication. A workshop on Story Telling was organized for Classed 3 to 5, by Pitambar Publishers in collaboration with Story Walla, Bangalore, on 8th April 2018 in the School auditorium. The session was indeed valuable and distinct. The children found it really interesting and were engrossed in the stories which were told to them with creative gestures and facial expressions. The appropriate use of voice modulation and body language infused passion, enhanced imagination and expression and introduced children to new horizons of story telling by Ms. Trupti, the Story Teller. Overall this session helped the young souls for creative thinking.
 

Celebrating Earth Day

Class 1
Earth Day was celebrated by the students of Class 1, with immense enthusiasm. The Class teachers explained the importance of our home planet, Earth. The students were informed of various ways by which our Planet can be protected kept clean. Videos related to same were shown to the kids in their classes. They were encouraged to express their thoughts regarding this. In the end poster making activity on “EARTH DAY” was conducted in the class.

Class 2
Class 2 celebrated Earth Day with a great zeal and enthusiasm. The student gained good knowledge about why Earth Day is celebrated and actively participated in the interaction held over Earth Day. They displayed their interest in making drawings which depicted the ideas that they have grasped about earth day. It was a commendable activity in which they learnt to save Mother Earth.

Class 3
Earth day was celebrated on 22nd April 2018 by the students of Class 3 to showcase environmental education, highlight efforts and to green the Earth. The children made posters on Earth Day depicting on how to save the Earth. A few students spoke lines and presented their views on saving the Earth. The teacher briefed them about how and why we should save the Earth through various presentations shown on the smart board.

Class 4
Earth Day was celebrated on 21st April, 2018, by the children of Class 4. To mark the day, the students came dressed in green and blue themed attire. They were educated on different environmental issues and about the various ways to protect Mother Earth, through smart boards. An activity was also conducted in the class in which the students made posters and wrote slogans conveying messages to save Earth. They also shared their views and concern on saving our Earth. All the students thoroughly enjoyed the activity and participated with great enthusiasm.
 

 

Class 5
The students of Class 5 celebrated Earth Day by taking pledge to use Earth- Friendly Cleaning products. They also promised that they will plant saplings on their birthdays and will walk and enjoy the fresh air. The children also drew posters and wrote slogans on the theme “Save Earth”.


 

Celebrating Mother's Day

Class 1
The day that recognizes the essence of a Mother was celebrated in high spirits by the students of Class -1. Teachers made an earnest effort to instill the importance of a mother in a child‘s life through effective moral stories and video clippings. The tiny tots come up with new and innovative ideas for their cards. They intensely and devotedly spoke about their mother. All the students were overwhelmed.

Class 2
The Day that celebrates the spirit of a Mother’s Love is Mother’s Day. The children of Class 2 celebrated Mother’s Day with lot of zeal and joy. Students made beautiful cards for their Mother to give them as surprise gifts. A Special assembly was also conducted on this occasion. All the students were extremely happy and bubbling with energy and expressed their love dancing to popular songs dedicated to Mothers.

Class 3
Class 3 celebrated Mother’s Day with great enthusiasm. The students made beautiful cards for their mothers using decorative materials. They also wrote quotes with innate love. The innocent little hearts showed their emotions by singing songs, reciting poems and also speaking about their mothers. They enjoyed the day’s celebration.

Class 4
Students of Class 4 celebrated Mother’s Day with great jubilation. The children made cut outs of hearts and pasted pictures of their mother with heart touching messages written on it expressing their love and respect.

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Class 5
The students of class 5 celebrated Mother's Day by saluting and thanking their first teacher, The Mother. They made beautiful cards and recited heart touching poems dedicated to Mothers. The day was filled with love and joy as everyone was in festive mood. They even wrote Acrostic poems to appreciate the love of their Mother.


 

Story Telling Competition
A story telling competition was organized for the students of Class 5 on 14th July 2018. The aim of the competition was to enhance verbal proficiency of the students by stressing on pronunciation and clarity of speech. This encouraged them to bring out their creativity and imagination power. The students participated enthusiastically and enjoyed listening to different stories.


 

Workshop on Good and Bad Touch
A special workshop on Good Touch and Bad Touch for the students of Classes 4 and 5 was organized by Pratisandhi on 21st July 2018, in the School Auditorium. The resource persons educated the students about Safe, Unsafe and Unwanted touches. They even guided the kids how they should react in case of unsafe or unwanted touch. The session was interactive one, the resource persons answered various queries raised by the kids.


 

Awareness About Vector Borne Diseases
To spread awareness for Vector Borne diseases under guidelines of the Directorate of Education, a painting competition was held for the students of Classes 1 to 5 on 21st July 2018. Through their creative and beautiful artwork the students expressed their concern for Vector Borne diseases and their prevention. The paintings made by the students were appreciable.

 


 

Celebrating Kargil - Vijay Diwas
Class 1
On 26th July, the students of Class 1 celebrated Kargil Diwas. Most of the children came dressed in Camouflage Greens. The tiny tots were explained the importance of Kargil Diwas, and also the sacrifice that our soldiers made in the defence of our Country. The children sang and danced to partiotic songs. A colouring activity was also conducted in the class.

Class 2
On the occasion of Kargil Vijay Diwas a small celebration took place in Class-2. The celebration commenced with an introduction as to why this Day is celebrated and its significance was also explained. The students were shown animated videos the war in Kargil. The children displayed their enthusiasm by singing patriotic songs. The celebration concluded on a sweet note when children enjoyed sharing delicious sweets which they had brought with them. It was a day to love and respect our country and salute our brave soldiers.

Class 3
The students of Class 3 celebrated Kargil Vijay Diwas with pride and enthusiasm. They made beautiful kites and our National flag. A few students spoke some lines for the soldiers who fought bravely for our country and sacrificed their lives for us. No matter how far we go as a Nation, we shall always be in debt of these people.

Class 4
To pay heartfelt homage to the martyrs of the Indian army who sacrificed their lives and won the war at Kargil, the students of Class 4 celebrated Kargil Vijay Diwas with great pride and enthusiasm. They made beautiful tricolored badges and sang patriotic songs. The children were explained the importance of the day and the sacrifice of our soldiers.

Class 5
Students of Class 5 celebrated the victory of the Indian Soldiers at Kargil, by writing alluring poems on their bravery and their sacrifice. Students came dressed as soldiers and watched a movie on the Kargil War. A feeling of patriotism and respect was evident in the class.


 

Fire Fox - Bicycle Activity
The School conducted a Bicycle activity in collaboration with Firefox for the students of Class 1 on 31st August 2018. The activity proved to be a real enjoyment for the students as they were given a chance to ride bicycles. The aim of the activity was to make students aware about the many advantages of riding bicycles. The children were informed that bicycles are not only good for a healthy lifestyle but also help in reducing pollution.


 

Celebrating Independence Day
Class 1
The students of Class 1 celebrated Independence Day with immense patriotic fervour. The teachers informed the students about the importance of our Independence Day and also how India achieved its Independence from the British. The children spoke a few lines on the occasion and danced to patriotic songs.

Class 2
Class 2 students celebrated Independence Day with a great zeal and enthusiasm. The student gained good knowledge about the Independence Day. All the students were beautifully dressed in tri-colours. They sang many songs of patriotism that awakened feelings for our Mother Land. The children spoke on the significance of Independence Day. Students had brought sweets and tri-coloured snacks which they have shared with each other. In an art and craft activity the students made posters on theme of Independence. There was feeling of patriotism all over the class.

Class 3
The 71st Independence Day was celebrated by the students of Class 3 with patriotic fervor and enthusiasm. The students took pride in glorifying and celebrating the spirit of unity by wearing tri coloured clothes and bringing tri- coloured food items. The teacher spoke about the sanctity of the occasion and explained to the students of their importance as they are the future leaders of the country. An air of Patriotism permeated the atmosphere as children sang ‘Vande Matram ‘and ‘Chak De India’. Children enjoyed making tri-colored kites and distributed tri–coloured sweets. All the children participated with enthusiasm and felt proud to be Indians.

Class 4
It is always a matter of pride and honour to be an Indian and we must appreciate our own destiny in the Independent land of India. To mark the 72nd Independence Day of our Nation. The students of Class 4 celebrated the day with great pride and patriotic fervour. They remembered the sacrifice of our freedom fighters with respect and gratitude. They made different national symbols and expressed their love and respect for the country through patriotic songs, poems, and slogans. The spirit and enthusiasm of these budding citizens of the country were incomparable. Freedom is priceless, and we should always value it and preserve it wholeheartedly.

Class 5
The students of Class 5 celebrated Independence Day with great patriotic passion. The corridor and the classes were decked up in tri-coloured balloons and decorative material. The children watched a video related to the Story of Independence. The children sang patriotic songs, recited poems both in Hindi and English and danced to the tunes of India Wale. The students created tri-coloured flowers using origami sheets.


 

Celebrating Eid-Ul-Zuha

Class 1
Eid-Al-Adha the holy festival, is celebrated as an act of obedience to God's command and also known as Festival of Sacrifice. The students of Class I, celebrated Eid-Al-Adha with enthusiasm and zest. They all were drenched in a festive mood. The celebrations commenced with an introduction as to why ‘Eid-Al-Adha’ is celebrated and its significance. An animated video about the festival was shown to the students. The student’s choir sang a beautiful song; “Eid Aayi Eid Aayi”, “Chand Nazar Aaya”. The little ones also danced on the famous song; Eid Mubarak, Sabhi ko Eid Mubarak. The children splashed colours on the given worksheet and made beautiful drawings depicting the festival of Eid. In the end sweets were distributed as a token of love among students and the teachers. It was a day to cheer, exchange wishes and pray for the well being of all.

Class 2
The students of class 2 celebrated Eid-Al-Adha with fervour and excitement. Children were looking beautiful in their colourful traditional attire. The celebrations began with the teacher explaining the significance of the festival Eid-Al-Adha also known as “Festival of Sacrifice” or “Feast of the Sacrifice”. Beautiful dance performances were presented by the kids and informative videos were also shown to mark the festival. The celebrations concluded with a craft activity and then sweets were distributed among the kids. Overall celebration was the great learning for young growing brains.

Class 3
Eid was celebrated in Class 3 with great religious fervour and enthusiasm. The children looked beautiful in their traditional muslim attire, girls wore Burkhas whereas boys looked handsome wearing Kurta Pyjamas with Muslim “topi”. The celebrations began with a small lecture given by the teacher highlighting the significance of Eid. This was followed by short skit on Eid and an Art & Craft activity in which the students made beautiful hangings, cards of the Moon and stars with the help of the teacher. Mostly everyone spoke lines and poems on “Eid” which was worth appreciating. In the end, ‘Sewaiyan’ and sweets were distributed among the students, spreading the message of brotherhood and unity.
Class 4
Id-Al-Adha, the “Festival of Sacrifice” was celebrated with great fervour and joy by the students of Class 4. The children were looking very beautiful in their traditional dresses. In order to teach them the importance and virtue of sacrifice, the significance of the festival, its history, stories as well as associated traditions and customs were told. The students delivered speeches and participated in wall hanging making activity. They wished each other ‘Eid Mubarak’ and shared ‘sewaiyan’. All in all this was a wonderful and informative day for them.
Class 5
The students of Class 5 celebrated Eid-Al-Adha with great agog. They came dressed in traditional kurta payjama and anarkali suits. The pupils designed innovative wall hangings of with the moon and stars as the theme. They were educated about the importance of sacrifice in their lives. The relished the main delicacy "Sewaiyan". A special assembly was also conducted by the students in which the children sang Qawaali and filled the area with the sound of Qawaali claps.

 

Celebrating Raksha Bandhan

Class 1
Class 1 celebrated the auspicious festival of Rakshabandhan with great joy and happiness. They children were all beautifully dressed in their best attire. The celebration began with an introduction of the festival given by the teachers in their respective classes. Then all the girls tied rakhi on boys wrists followed by dance performances by the students. The celebration ended with the an Art and Craft activity in which the students made Rakhi and shared sweets amongst themselves.

Class 2
The festival of Raksha Bandhan was celebrated Class 2 with gaiety and enthusiasm. All the children looked stunning in their traditional attire. The teachers informed the children about the significance of the festival and also narrated various stories that were related to Rakshabandhan. The children sang melodious songs and recited lovely poems on the occasion. They also presented beautiful dance performances on various songs. An activity of decorating a “Thaali” was done in the class.
Class 3
Raksha Bandhan celebrations are about strengthening the bond of love between brothers and sisters and fostering brotherhood. The students of Class 3 were very enthusiastic to celebrate the festival. All the students were beautiful dressed in traditional attire. The children spoke lines and recited poems and a few students sang songs and danced on the tunes of different melodies related to the festival. The girls made beautiful Rakhis and tied them on the wrists of the boys. In return, boys gave them sweets and small gifts as a token of love. All the students enjoyed the celebrations and understood the significance of this day.
Class 4
Rakhi; An auspicious occasion to celebrate the virtuous bond of love between a brother and sister was celebrated in Class 4 with zeal and enthusiasm. The students were dressed in colourful festive clothes. They made beautiful and well decorated personalised wall hangings. The girls tied a knot of love and protection on the wrist of the boys and exchanged sweets and gifts. The students thoroughly enjoyed the celebrations that aimed at strengthening the bond of love.
Class 5
The students of Class 5 celebrated Raksha Bandhan - the bond of love, trust and support of brothers and sisters. The girls made beautiful Rakhis and the boys wrote memorable quotes for their sisters. Some students performed a small act and also recited heart touching poems. A mesmerizing day for all.

 

Celebrating Janamashtami

Class 1
On 4th September 2018, the students of Class 1 celebrated the Festival of Janmasthami. The tiny tots were very excited, as they came dressed in colourful traditional dresses. The Class teachers explained the importance of the festival to the children. A number of children recited poems, some spoke a few lines on the festival. A few students danced to music related to the festival.

Class 2
The festival of Janamashtami was celebrated by Class 2 with great zeal and enthusiasm. All the children looked stunning in their traditional attire. The girls looked adorable as Radha and the boys came dressed as Krishna. The teacher told the students about the significance of the festival and also told them the various stories that were related to Lord Krishna. The children sang melodious songs and recited lovely poems on this occasion. They also presented beautiful dance performances on various songs. An activity of decorating a Matki was done in the class.
Class 3
Krishna Janamashtami marks the birth anniversary of Lord Krishna, the eighth avatar of God Vishnu. The students of Class 3 celebrated this festival with great fervour and zeal. They came dressed beautifully in the attires of Radha and Krishna and other traditional colourful outfits. The celebration was commenced telling the importance of this day by their respective teachers. A few students spoke lines and delivered speeches. The enthusiastic students sang holy songs and danced on Janamashtmi songs. They decorated flutes, matkis, and mukuts as a part of their activity. The children also distributed sweets amongst themselves.
Class 4
Krishna Janmashtami was celebrated with enthusiasm by the students of Class 4. The boys were dressed in the attire of Krishna and girls were dressed as Radha and Gopis. The importance of the festival was highlighted by the teacher. The children celebrated the occasion by singing and dancing with joy. They made beautiful Mukuts and decorated Matkas and Flutes. Later on, Prasad was enjoyed by all. The whole atmosphere was filled with joy and festive spirit.
Class 5
The students of Class 5 celebrated the birth of Lord Krishna with pomp and show. The students were looking gorgeous in their colourful attire. They chanted bhajans and danced on Maiya Yashoda. The girls decorated pots and boys decorated flutes. It was such a fun-filled day for all.

 
Visit to Dominos
The students of Class 1 visited Dominos outlet near the Subhash Nagar Metro Station. It was a great experience for the students as they not only learnt the process of making a pizza and the names of various tools like pizza cutter, tray, oven, hot bag etc. used by the chef, but were given hands-on behind the counter tour on making a pizza. The children also experienced the temperature of the Freezer in which the Dominos’ grocery is stored and also came to know the importance of storing food items in the freezer. The entire activity was closely monitored and supervised under the watchful eyes of the teachers and the Dominos’ staff. The visit concluded with the children enjoying a Pizza slice, Bread Sticks and a soft drink. It was a fun filled and memorable excursion.
 

 

Celebrating Gandhi Jayanti

Class 1
Class 1 celebrated Gandhi Jayanti with immense enthusiasm. The children participated in various activities like Poem recitation, coloring, dancing and singing. The children also designed a Charkha with the help of ice cream sticks and thread. The students were also informed about Gandhiji’s teachings and his role in the fight for India’s freedom. The celebrations were full of joy and excitement.
Class 2
The children of Class 2 celebrated Gandhi Jayanti on 1st October. The children looked beautiful in their tri-coloured themed clothes. They sang many patriotic songs and poems. The teacher also explained the students about the importance of Gandhi Jayanti and also made them aware about the contribution of Gandhi ji in the Independence of India. Various activities like decorating a pigeon cut-out with orange, white and green origami sheet, making a Charkha, making a poster on Gandhi ji were done in the classes.
Class 3
Gandhi Jayanti is a national festival celebrated on 2nd October to mark the birth anniversary of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, popularly known as Mahatma Gandhi or Bapuji. The celebration was commenced by informing the students about the significance of this. The students also took part in the celebration by speaking lines, reciting rhymes and singing songs and hymns like “Dedi Hume Azadi” , “Raghupati Raghav Rajaram” etc. They also drew Gandhiji’s 3 popular monkeys and wrote related slogans on their sheets. The day was celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm and was a learning experience for all.
Class 4
Gandhi Jayanti was celebrated by the students of Class 4 with great zeal and enthusiasm. The children came dressed in white, symbolizing peace and truth. The teacher apprised the students about Gandhiji's contribution towards India's freedom struggle and inspired them to follow the path of truth and non-violence. The students enthusiastically participated in various activities conducted in the class like-poem recitation, role plays, hymn singing etc. The three wise monkeys of Gandhiji depicting moral gestures-see no evil, hear no evil and speak no evil were also drawn by them.
Class 5
The students of Class 5 celebrated the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi with great zeal. The kids were inquisitive while watching the video related to Bapu's life. They even enacted a part of it in the class with zest. They even prepared Gandhi caps with the craft material. The celebration ended with the narration of the story of Gandhi ji's three monkeys.

 

 

 

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