Events & Happenings - Classes I to V
 

Class 1 Orientation Day
The Orientation Day for the children of Class I and their parents was held in the School Auditorium on Saturday 30th March’2019. After the customary welcome, the School Anthem was played. Thereafter, the Parents were presented with an overview of the School that provides for an excellent opportunity with the transition from the home to school. Parents were informed that at CFS their children have the opportunity to get great education. The importance, of building positive relationships and experiences in the earlier years were highlighted. They were briefed through a formal presentation of the CFS’s emphasis on the total development of the child and that the School provides a holistic education to maximise the potential of every child while equally developing a strong moral character. The rules and regulations were detailed and every subject teacher enumerated the philosophy and content of their subject. The School’s focus on digital learning was dwelled upon at length. A special interactive session with parents was held by highly qualified Dr. Manju Mehta, a renowned Professor and Consultant and Dr. Sapna Zarwal, a famous child Psychologist in dealing with Special Learning Abilities.
 


 

Baisakhi Celebrations

Class 1
The students of Class 1 celebrated Baisakhi with great ardour and enthusiasm. They all were dressed in traditional wear reflecting the ethnicity of Punjab. The celebration began with a short introduction given by the teachers in their respective classes highlighting the importance of this day. Students were also informed that Baisakhi is also known as Vaisakh or Vaisakhi. It is usually celebrated on 13th or 14th April every year. It is historical and religious festival in Sikhism. Baisakhi marks the Punjabi New Year. A few students spoke about the festival. Dance and singing performances were held to rejoice the day. The celebrations were enjoyed by everyone.

Class 2
The festival of Baisakhi was celebrated by Class 2 with great enthusiasm. Te children were looking stunning in traditional attire. Girls looked very pretty in salwar suits and boys were wearing kurta pajyama. The teacher told the students about what Baisakhi is and why it is celebrated. Lovely dance performances were given by the students on Punjabi folk songs. Children sang melodious songs and recited lovely poems on this occasion. An activity of decorating a Dhol cutout was also done in the class.


 

Class 3
Baisakhi is an important harvest festival of Punjab that has religious value as well. It was celebrated with zest and zeal. The students of Class 3 reverberated with enthusiasm during the Baisakhi celebrations. The festival of harvest was celebrated to acquaint the students with the Punjabi culture and tradition. The children came dressed in traditional Punjabi colourful outfits with ornaments and accessories. The students brought sumptuous dishes in their lunch boxes. Students made kites and bookmarks to mark the occasion.

Class 4
Class 4 celebrated the harvest festival Baisakhi with lots of fun and elation. A special assembly was conducted in which students danced to the upbeat tunes of the dhol. The students dressed in vibrant Punjabi folk dressed made the classes and corridors more colourful. They crafted buntings with great creativity which were later decorated in the classes. The students were educated about the significance of the festival through stories, poems and videos.

Class 5
Students of Class V celebrated Baisakhi an important festival of the Sikhs. They were informed that the occasion marks the beginning of the Punjabi New Year. Gurudwaras are beautifully decorated for the occasion and Sikhs visit them to offer prayers. The students were dressed in colourful Punjabi attire and danced on foot tapping Punjabi music. They made beautiful Dhols with disposable glasses and enjoyed the occasion with full zeal and enthusiasm.


 

World Heritage Day

A concerted effort to preserve our heritage is a vital link to our cultural, educational, aesthetic, inspirational and economic legacies, with an aim to raise awareness among students about the diversity of our heritage across the world and to sensitize them to protect historical monuments, The students of Classes 4 and 5 presented a special programme in the morning assembly on 18th April 2019, urging the students to preserve our Heritage. In classrooms activties, the students of Class 3 splashed their artistic skills by drawing, colouring and creating collage with beautiful pictures of dresses related to different states of India, whereas the students of Classes 4 and 5 drew and coloured posters of famous Indian heritage sites. They all enjoyed and learnt, how vast and diverse our culture is.
 


 

 

Earth Day Celebrations
Class 3
Earth is the only planet where human survival is possible. God has made this beautiful place for us to live and enjoy the fruits of nature. The students were made aware that every day is an EARTH DAY and the purpose of celebrating this day is to keep our Earth green and clean. To sensitize this thought the students of Class 3 observed this day with enthusiasm. They coloured their ideas through lovely drawings with captions on Save Our Earth. The students also gave spoke about the issue. Some children came dressed in costumes of trees, water, and the butterfly etc.

Class 4
The students of Class 4 celebrated Earth Day with a vision to celebrate the Earth and its abundance – by pledging to protect the greenery, the natural resources, the beauty and the bounty that our planet has generously bestowed upon us, by translating our vision of a clean and green India into action. It is a time to make the transition from armchair activism to environmental protection. A constructive activity of poster making took place with great zeal. Active participation of the pupils was witnessed in this activity.

Class 5
Class 5 observed Earth Day with fervour and enthusiasm. The teachers explained the importance of the event and encouraged the children to respect and protect Mother Earth and the environment. A few students presented their views on Saving Earth. A poster making activity was organized in which children depicted their thoughts on themes related to the environment and the Earth.
 


 

Celebrating Mother's Day

Class 1
A Mother is she who can take the place of all others, but whose place can be taken by none. To make the children feel the importance of their Mother in their life. Mother's Day was celebrated in Class 1 with complete fun and glory. The Teachers started the day by telling the students about the importance of a Mother in their life. A few children spoke about their Mother. The children also danced on the tunes of various songs. The students made beautiful cards for their mother using art & craft material. It was a day full of enjoyment for everyone.

Class 2
God could not be present everywhere so He created Mon. On10th May, Class 2 children celebrated Mother’s Day with great enthusiasm. The kids were super excited as they had planned a surprise for their Moms. They made a crown for their Moms as an activity. The class teacher began the celebration as an interactive session telling the students about the importance of Mom in their life. The children sang many songs and recited beautiful poems for their Moms. The celebration was enjoyed by everyone.

Class 3
On 10th May, the children got a tremendous opportunity to express our feelings towards their Mother and all the mothers of the world. The children of Class 3 celebrated this beautiful occasion of Mother's day with immense enthusiasm. They sang a song on mothers to make them feel special and full love. The students coloured their beautiful and creative thoughts through drawings and also recited a poem on their mothers.

Class 4
Mother’s Day is something everyone can relate to. People across regions, religions, castes, cultures, genders and financial status have emotions binding them to their mothers. There could not be a more universal celebration than this one. Keeping this bonding emotion in mind, students of Class 4 had a special celebration on Mother’s day. Activities such as card making, poem recitals, song singing were organized in the classes for showcasing talent as well as reverence towards all mothers. Students participated whole heartedly and exhibited respect and love for their mothers in own unique ways.
 


 

Kargil Vijay Diwas

Class 1
आओ देश का सम्मान करे, शहीदों की शहादत को याद करे, जो कुर्बान हो गए मेरे देश पर, उन्हें सर झुका कर सलाम करें The children of Class 1 celebrated Kargil Diwas with pride and patriotism. The students came dressed in army dresses. The Teachers began by telling and explaining to the students about the sacrifices made by these ‘Heroes’, and how India won the war at Kargil 20 years ago. Some children gave a speech both in Hindi and English on the importance of the day. The children also celebrated by dancing popular patriotic songs. A colouring activity was done with children drawing and colouring images related to Kargil Diwas. The children participated in the activities with enthusiasm.


 

Class 2
"Victory is reserved for those who are willing to pay it's price". This saying is true for the brave soldiers of India who sacrificed their lives for the Country. 26th July is celebrated as Kargil Vijay Diwas every year as a tribute to our brave Martyrs. The students of Class 2 celebrated Kargil Diwas with great enthusiasm. The whole aura was filled with patriotic poems and songs. The boys were dressed as soldiers and the girls looked beautiful in white suits. They all danced on various patriotic songs. An activity was also conducted in all the classes in which the children were given a sketch of the fighter plane which was used in the Kargil war. They coloured it properly and then decorated it.
 


 

Celebrating Eid-Al-Adha
Class 1
The students of Class I celebrated Eid-ul-Adha to commemorate the willingness of Ibrahim to follow Allah's command to sacrifice his son. The students thanked the almighty for the blessings he has bestowed on us. They rejoiced, sang and danced to the tune of Mubarak Eid Mubarak. The children also spoke few lines about celebrating this festival by Muslims. They also made a scene of Mosque in their drawing file. It was a day full of fun and joy for all.

Class 2
Eid ul Adha is an Eid of sacrifice and commitment of Allah's order. The children of Class 2 celebrated Eid with great enthusiasm. The boys looked charming in white kurta pyjama and Muslim caps and the girls looked stunning in designer suits. The class teacher started the programme by sharing the story behind Bakreid and telling them the importance of the festival. Children sang songs related to the festival and danced on various Eid celebration songs. An activity of pasting a cut out of Moon and stars was done in all the classes.

Class 3
Eid-ul-Zuha is a holy festival, celebrated as an act of obedience to God's command and also known as Festival of Sacrifice. The Class 3 students celebrated Eid-ul-Zuha with enthusiasm and zest. They all were drenched into the festivity mood. The celebration commenced with an introduction as to why Eid-ul-Zuha is celebrated and its significance. An animated video regarding the same was shown to the students. Students of the choir group sang a beautiful song "Eid aayi - Eid aayi", "Chand nazar aaya". Tiny tots danced on the famous song; Eid Mubarak, Sabhi ko Eid Mubarak. Children splashed colours on the given worksheet and made beautiful hangings depicting the festival of Eid. In the end sweets were distributed as a token of love among students and other staff members. Indeed it was a day, a day to cheer, exchange wishes and pray for the well-being of all.

Class 4
Eid ul-Adha also known as the festival of sacrifice was celebrated with traditional fervour and gaiety. The students of class 4 were dressed in traditional attires and were in complete festive mood. The celebration began with a speech highlighting the cultural and social importance of the festival. It was followed by Qawwali and songs presented by the students. The students also made well decorated buntings and wall hangings to mark the occasion. These festivals not only bring joy but also bring the students closer to our traditional and cultural belief and teach them to respect and value diversity.

Class 5
The students of Class 5 celebrated Eid-Ul-Adha with great agog. They came dressed up in traditional kurta pajama and anarkali suits. The children designed innovative wall hangings of moon and stars. They were told about the devotion and faith towards god can change everything. A special assembly was also conducted by the students of class 5, where they sang Qawwali and filled the area with festivity.
 


 

Celebrating Raksha Bandhan
Class 1
Raksha Bandhan is a festival of love and affection between brothers and sisters. The students of Class I celebrated Raksha Bandhan with a lot of joy and enthusiasm. A Rakhi making activity was organized in the class and the children were told about the sacred bond between brother and sister. Girls tied Rakhi on the wrist of boys and boys gave gifts in return. A group of students also show cased a beautiful dance performance. Sweets were shared among the students. The event brought smiles on the faces of the students and teachers.

Class 2
The festival of Raksha Bandhan was celebrated today by Class 2 with great zeal and enthusiasm. All the children looked stunning in their traditional attire. The teacher told the students about the significance of the festival and also told them the various stories that were related to it. Children sang melodious songs and recited lovely poems on this occasion. They also showed beautiful dance performances on various songs. An activity of making a card and decorating it was done in the class.
 
Class 3
The students of Class 3 celebrated Raksha Bandhan festival with immense zeal. They all were drenched into the festivity mood. The School organized a special event to educate students about the significance of this festival. The students wore colourful traditional Indian dresses. Rakhi and card making activity was organized in the classes. The children also recited a few lines on the sacred bond between brother and sister. The girls tied rakhi on the wrist of boys and offered candies to boys and boys gave gifts in return. The Class Teachers informed the students about significance of the festival and exhibited the bond of love by Story Telling. Tiny tots danced on the melodious tunes of O Bhaiya Mere Bhaiya. The celebrations concluded with the distribution of sweets as a token of enjoyment and love among students and other staff members.
Class 4
Raksha Bandhan the festival signifying the unconditional love between brother and sister was celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm by the students of Class 4. The students dressed in colorful traditional attire made colourful Rakhis and greetings cards. Some students performed on the song Bhaiya mere Rakhi ke bandhan ko nibhana. They greeted each other and shared sweets and savouries amongst themselves.
Class 5
The students of Class 5 celebrated Raksha Bandhan - the bond of love, trust and support with enthusiasm and gaiety. The girls made beautiful Rakhis for their brothers and the boys wrote fantastic quotes for their sisters. They performed a small act and also recited heart touching poems. A mesmerizing day for all.

 
Independence Day Celebrations
Class 1
Independence day was celebrated with unprecedented patriotic fervour on August 14,2019. Some students came dressed as freedom fighters and others in Tri-colour themed clothes. The gambit of celebration activities consisted of A Special Assembly, dance and poetry recitation. The national anthem echoed in the entire School. The children participated in a art and craft activity in which they coloured cut-outs of the National flag.

Class 2
“Freedom is the oxygen of the soul and it is the power to choose our own chains.” Class 2 celebrated “Independence Day” with great enthusiasm. The whole atmosphere was filled with patriotic songs and the children looked very beautiful in tri-colour attire. The teachers started the program by making the students aware about the importance of freedom and the hardship our freedom fighters faced to attain this free India for us. Further the students sang many patriotic songs enhancing the mood of the day. An activity was also conducted in the class in which the students were asked to bring an outline of the Red Fort, they coloured it and decorate it nicely. Overall the day was enjoyed by all.
Class 3
The students of Class 3 celebrated Independence Day with full energy, thrill and vigour. The School organized a special event to educate students about the significance of this festival. Students wore traditional tri colour dresses. Flag and kite making activity was organized in the classes. The children were told about the supreme sacrifice of the great martyrs who gave their lives for the sake of freedom. The spirit of freedom and nationalism was well exhibited by the students through a spectrum of patriotic poems, speeches, songs and dance. The Class Teacher advised the students to follow the ideals of great people like Mahatma Gandhi, Nehru, Subhash Chandra Bose. The day marked joy for the independence and homage and honour expressed towards the martyrs who played their part in the independence of the country.
Class 4
The students of Class IV took the air of patriotism to an altogether ultimate tangent. They were dressed in spectacular tri-coloured outfits. Girls gave a wonderful performance on the song "Des Rangeela". Some students performed on the song "Ye Desh Hai Veer Jawano Ka". All in all this National Day was celebrated with great pomp and show.
Class 5
Class 5 students celebrated Independence Day with great patriotic fervour. 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. They sang patriotic songs, recited poems both in Hindi & English and danced to the tunes of  "India wale". The students created tri-coloured kites using origami sheets. They celebrated the National Festival with full zeal and enthusiasm.
 

 

Janamashtami Celebrations

Class 1
The festival of Janmashtami is celebrated with great fun and gaiety all over the world by the Hindus owing to the fact that Sri Krishna was one of the forceful human incarnations of Lord Vishnu. Hindus observed this festival to celebrate the birthday of their beloved God Lord Krishna. Today Class 1 celebrated Janmashtami. Everyone participated in various activities like poem recitation, colouring, dancing and singing. In the end, an activity was conducted where students were told to colour the picture of Sri Krishna and to decorate the matki with stones, stickers, mirrors and cotton. Overall the celebrations were full of joy and excitement.
Class 2
On 26th August 2019, Class 2 celebrated Janmashtami in the class. Janmashtami, the birthday of Lord Krishna is celebrated with great devotion and enthusiasm in India in the month of July or August. According to the Hindu calendar this religious festival is celebrated on the Ashtami of Krishna Paksh or the 8th day of the dark fortnight in the month of Bhadon. Sri Krishna is considered as the one of the most powerful human incarnations of the Lord Vishnu. The celebration started with the teachers making the students aware about the festival and its importance. Students presented speeches, poems and lines on Janmashtami. Students presented a song cum dance performance which was an add on to the celebration. A video was shown to them, highlighting the reason of the celebration of this wonderful festival. In the end, a "Matki" activity was conducted where students decorated the Matki (made on A4 size sheet) with sparkles, mirrors, stars etc. Overall, everybody enjoyed a lot and was happy to be a part of the celebration.

 
Class 3
Students of Class 3 celebrated Janamashtmi with full enthusiasm and zeal. Celebrations commenced by telling the significance of the festival to the students. Students came in the beautiful costumes of Radha and Lord Krishna. They sang melodious hymns of Lord Krishna to show their devotion. They coloured and decorated matkis and flutes on sheets. A special assembly was conducted to mark the birth of the deity. Children celebrated the occasion by singing and dancing with great joy and shared sweets with each other. It was a joyous occasion for all.
Class 4
Janamashtami marks the birth of Lord Krishna. The students of Class 4 celebrated the festival with joy and enthusiasm. They came dressed in traditional colorful attires to suite the occasion. The students sang songs and danced to Kanhaiya based song tunes. The teachers narrated the background tales of the special day. 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
Krishna Janmashtami, Lord Krishna's Birthday, also known as Krishnashtami, Saatam Aatham, Gokulashtami, Ashtami Rohini, Srikrishna Jayanti, Sree Jayanti celebrated on the eighth day of Savana month, Janmashtami marks the birth of Lord Krishna, an avatar of Lord Vishnu. Janmashtami festival was celebrated with great zeal and pomp. Children came dressed as Krishna and Radha and in other colorful outfits. They made and wore Peacock feather head-gear and decorated matkas and flutes. Children celebrated the occasion by singing and dancing with great joy.
 

 

Prize Distribution & Annual Day - Class 2
The students of Class 2 hosted their Annual Day and Prize Distribution on 28th September, 2019 in the School Auditorium. Diyaan Mehrol and Jaisal Sandhu were the zealous anchors of the show. The graceful dancers presented a "Welcome Dance - Swagatam” which mesmerized everyone. The traditional lighting of the lamp was conducted by Ms. Meena Malik, the School Manager and the class teachers. Ms. Meena Malik presented the Annual Report of the School, and gave away the prizes to the meritorious students. The little angels enacted and danced beautifully on the theme “Ganesh Chaturthi”. Another scintillating performance was presented by the students reflecting the Goa folk dances. Students performed an act on “Gurukul” highlighting the traditional educational practices in respect to our gurus. The star attraction of the show i.e. “Grand Finale” was a Punjabi dance medley of Bhangra which was greatly applauded by the audience. Principal, Dr. Anita Puri expressed her appreciation on the wonderful performances.

Celebrating Gandhi Jayanti
Class 1
On 1st October 2019 Gandhi Jayanti was celebrated by the students of Class 1 to commemorate the 150th Birth Anniversary of the Father of our Nation Mahatma Gandhi. He was famous for his non-violent social disobedience throughout the India. The day was started with the prayer "Raghupati Raghav Rajaram" where all the children sang the prayer with great zeal and enthusiasm. The teacher stressed on the value of speak no evil, hear no evil and see no evil. Everyone participated in various activities like poem recitation, dancing and singing. In the end, face mask activity was conducted. Some of the children delivered short speeches highlighting the quotes of Mahatma Gandhi and conveyed his noble messages in the most effective and influential manner. The celebrations concluded with Gandhi Ji's last words "Hey Ram" resonating in the air.

 
Class 2
Class 2 children celebrated Gandhi Jayanti on 1st October. The children looked beautiful in white coloured 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 made by 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
"The best way to find yourself, is to lose yourself in the service of others."
Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated on 2nd October every year to mark the birth anniversary of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, popularly known as Rashtrapita or Bapuji. The celebrations commenced by telling students about the significance of this day. A few students came dressed as Gandhi Ji and others as Soldiers. They spoke lines, sang patriotic songs and danced on the tunes of "Sabarmati ke Sant." The children also drew Gandhi Ji's posters and wrote related slogans on their sheets. The day was celebrated with great enthusiasm and patriotic fervour and was a learning experience for all.
Class 4
The students of Class 4 celebrated Gandhi Jayanti with great zeal, enthusiasm and patriotic fervour. 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. The children prepared Gandhi caps with the craft material and made posters on Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and recited related poems in the class. The celebration ended with the narration of the story of Gandhi Ji's three monkeys.
Class 5
The students of Class 5 celebrated Gandhi Ji's birth anniversary by reciting slogans given by him. They spoke about on the life of Gandhi Ji and recited poems depicting his participation and role in gaining independence for our country. Some of the students made the masks of Gandhi Ji's three monkeys and spoke about their significance. The students took pledge to follow the path of "Truth and Non-Violence" as used by Gandhi Ji throughout his life.

 
Dussehra Celebrations
Class 1
The festival that signifies the triumph of good over evil, Dussehra , is one of the most noteworthy Indian festivals. It is observed on the tenth day of Navratri. This festival is celebrated to commemorate the victory of Lord Rama over the demon Ravana. The students of Class 1 celebrated Dussehra with much gaiety. Everyone participated in various activities like poem recitation, colouring, dancing and singing. In the end, an activity was conducted where students were told to colour the picture of demon Ravana. Overall the celebrations were full of joy and excitement.
Class 2
"Good always triumphs over evil"
Dussehra is a very famous festival for Hindus. It is known as Vijaydasami. The occasion is celebrated every year at the end of Navratri in the month of Ashvin (Hindu calendar). It is celebrated to honor of goddess Durga's victory over the demon Mahishasur. On this day Ravana, Kumbhakarna and Meghnaath are burnt symbolizing the destruction of evil power and victory of the good. Ramlila is the most significant feature of Dussehra celebration. Today i.e. 5th October 2019, Class 2 celebrated Dussehra. Everybody participated in various activities like poem recitation, fancy dress, skit, coloring, dancing and singing. Students were also shown a video of 'Ravana Vadh' which helped a lot to make them understand about the concept of Dussehra. In the end, an activity was conducted where students were told to prepare a mask of Ravana with the help of paper plate, crown and decorative material. The students were happy and enjoyed a lot while doing the activity. Overall, the celebration was full of joy and excitement.
Class 3
Dussehra is one of the most significant festivals of the Hindu religion celebrated all across the country. This festival commemorates victory of Lord Rama over Ravana; hence it symbolizes the triumph of good over evil power. The celebration began with some highlights on its purpose and significance by the teacher. All students came in the attires of popular characters of Lord Rama,Hanuman and Laxmana. The students were excited while reciting rhymes and hymns on "Dusshera". The children made colourful effigies of the ten headed devil king Ravana. The festivity concluded with the distribution of sweets among the students.
Class 4
Dussehra, the festival to celebrate the victory of good over evil, was celebrated on October 5, 2019 by the students of Class 4 with a lot of religious zeal and fervour. The celebrations began with a prayer and a message on Dussehra. This was followed by a presentation on why we celebrate Dussehra. Children dressed as Rama, Lakshmana, Sita, Hanuman etc. and participated in various activities like-speeches, poem recitation and making masks of characters of the Ramayana. The celebration ended by singing songs.
Class 5
One of the most loved festival Dussehra was celebrated with great zeal by the students of Class 5. They came dressed as the characters from Ramayan. They made masks of Ravana in an innovative manner. The kids watched a related video and were even made aware about the Asura King Ravana. This is also known as Vijayadashmi ('Vijay' meaning 'Victory' and "Dashmi" meaning '10th day'), as it is believed that it was on this day that Lord Rama killed the demon-king, Ravana and rescued his abducted wife. They enacted the scene from Ramayana and also prepared the masks of various characters. The significance of the festival was discussed. The effigies of Ravana, Meghnath and Khumbhkaran are burnt on this day which signifies the triumph of good over evil. The celebration ended by singing songs.
 

 
Annual Day & Prize Distribution - Class 4
Students of Class IV hosted their Annual Day & Prize Distribution on 19th October, 2019 in the School Auditorium with pomp and fare. About 200 students from both the Rajouri Garden participated in the cultural extravaganza. Jasleen Kaur and Sanvi Siddher were the zealous anchors of the show. The traditional Lamp Lighting Ceremony was conducted by the School Manager Ms. Meena Malik and the teachers of Class 4. The students performed a sensational welcome dance. The Annual Report was presented by Ms. Meena Malik, followed by the Prize Distribution ceremony for the meritorious students. The centre of attraction was the ballet Afsane-E-Delhi performed by over 160 students, which traced the history of Delhi from the times of the Mughals to the present day. The ceremony concluded with hearts filled with elation and eyes filled with pride. The parents praised the stupendous efforts of the teachers and the students.
   

 
Celebrating Diwali
Diwali is the festival of lights. A special programme on Diwali was presented by the energetic students of Class 2 in the morning assembly on October 24, 2019. The presentation commenced with an introductory speech followed by a group song which created a magical environment among all the Cambridgeans. Fusion dance performances were presented by the tiny tots in dazzling costumes, with great zeal and enthusiasm. The students were motivated to celebrate a pollution free Diwali by saying “NO TO CRACKERS”. This time the concept of a safe and healthy Diwali was “GO GREEN”. The performance was applauded by the Principal, Dr. Anita Puri and Manager, Ms. Meena Malik.
 
Workshop on Good Posture
A workshop on right body posture was held in the school campus for the pupils of Class 4, on 24th October 2019. The Resource person, Ms. Aditi Patra, an experienced Physiotherapist, elucidated the kids about the significance of right body posture. She even gave them practical demonstrations to highlight how they should carry their school bags. Few exercises were also taught to teach children how they can keep their body in appropriate posture. The session was beneficial for the children.
 

 
Celebrating Guru Nanak Jayanti
Class 1
This year marks the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Ji. Gurpurab was celebrated on 11th November, 2019. To celebrate this auspicious occasion, student chanted the shabad Lakh Khushian Patshahian. Some students also came forward to share useful information relating to the life and teachings of Guru Nanak Ji. They were also told that we should follow the path of universal brotherhood and harmony. Students enjoyed the day with spiritual ambience of devotional chants.

Class 2
The children of Class 2 celebrated Guru Nanak birthday by chanting hymns and expressed their devotion by singing shabads in groups to praise god. And activity of candle decoration was also conducted in the class. Kada prasaad was also distributed among all the students and teachers.
Class 3
The students of Class 3 celebrated Guru Nanak Jayanti with religious fervour and reverence. The teachers explained the teachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji to the children. The students sang shabads in the class.
Class 4
The students took the air of devotion to an altogether ultimate tangent. They were dressed in spectacular ethnic outfits. Girls sang an enlightening shabad titled "Satnam Waheguru". A few students performed on the shabad "Sahib Mera Meharbaan". A candle-making activity was conducted to spread the essence of 550 years of Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji.
Class 5
The students of Class 5 celebrated Gurpurab in their respective classes with lot of joy, happiness and devotion. They sang Shabads and distributed “Kada Prashad” to their fellow students and teachers. Teachers also taught them the preachings of Guru Nanak Devji.
 

 

 

 

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