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Session 2017 - 2018
Events For Classes I TO V

Orientation Day - Class I
The Orientation Day for the children of Class I and their parents was held in the School auditorium on Saturday, 1st April, 2017. 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 school 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. Ruchika Mittal, a renowned audiologist and speech language pathologist on effective parenting and coping up skills.
 

Orientation Programme - Class 3
Education is the need of present hour. Reaffirming our commitment to the concept of providing quality education to the students and bringing parents abreast with the changing trends, an Orientation Programme was held for the Parents and students of Class 3 on 8th April 17 in the School auditorium. The workshop was organized to apprise the parents with the functioning of school and remodeled assessment pattern at school in accordance to the CBSE pattern. The valuable suggestions were welcomed by the parents and their queries were also answered. The workshop was highly appreciated by the parents as they were also acquainted with the teaching patterns and examination process. The School Manager, Ms. Meena Malik, thanked the parents and welcomed their suggestions. The Orientation Programme was was followed by Dr. Roma Kumar’s lecture on Good Parenting Tips, who is a clinical psychologist at the Ganga Ram Hospital. Dr. Kumar also answered queries of the parents.
 

Celebrating Baisakhi and Ambedkar Jayanti

Class 1
On the auspicious occasion of ‘Baisakhi ‘ and Ambedkar Jayanti a small celebration took place in Class 1. The celebrations commenced with an introduction to why Baisakhi and Ambedkar Jayanti are celebrated. The children were shown animated videos regarding the same. The children displayed their enthusiasm dancing to 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 students of class 2 started the celebrations with Baisakhi greetings. Students in yellow attire recited poems with actions on Baisakhi. They made Dhol and decorated it and shared sweets among themselves. To pay tribute to Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar, the Father of the Constitution of India, the students were informed about his life and work and his contributions.
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 the Late Dr. B R Ambedkar who wrote the constitution of our Country. They all made a book mark and wrote famous quotes on it. They were also explained that Baisakhi is the harvest festival of our country but it is celebrated specially in Punjab and Haryana. Children were dressed up in hues of yellow. They all made a kite and decorated it with beads and ribbons etc.
Class 4
The students of Class 4 celebrated the harvest festival of Baisakhi and the Birth Anniversary of Dr B. R. Ambedkar with enthusiasm and devotion. The day started by paying tribute to Dr. Ambedkar. The teachers highlighted the contribution of Dr. Ambedkar in drafting the constitution of India and also his works. Videos related to festival of Baisakhi were shown in the class. Students were wearing colourful Punjabi attire and danced joyfully on the bhangra tunes. They made beautiful flowers using pulses of different colours.
Class 5
Baisakhi is the festival of colours and brings a sense of positivity in the environment. Class 5 celebrated the festival with colours, vibrancy and enthusiasm. As part of a special assembly, the students performed Gidda and Bhangra to the invigorating tunes of Punjabi folk music. They also shared sweets and savouries brought from home. Dr.Ambedkar Jayanti which falls on 14th April was also celebrated. Students spoke on the achievements of Dr Ambedkar and recited the preamble of the Constitution. They also decorated their class with sketches of Dr. Ambedkar and Baisakhi Greetings.

 
Safety India - Traffic Awareness Workshop
The School in association with the NGO, MIW Foundation organised a Traffic Awareness workshop conducted by Honda Motorcycles and Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. It was held for two days on 17th and 18th April 2017. The project was named "Safety India". It was an informative workshop and aimed at creating awareness about Road Safety and usage of Road signs correctly amongst students. The students were give an hands-on experience on the correct technique of riding a motorbike using a mini bike which the children rode themselves under supervision and with all safety measures and protective gear. It was an exuberating and learning experience for all.

 
Commemorating Kargil Vijay Diwas
Class 1
On the occasion of Kargil Vijay Diwas a small celebration took place in Class-1. 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 regarding the same. Children displayed their enthusiasm by singing various patriotic songs. The commemoration concluded on a sweet note when children enjoyed sharing delicious sweets which they had brought with them. The children learned to love their country and respect the brave soldiers.
Class 2
The students of Class 2 celebrated Kargil Vijay Diwas with great enthusiasm. The boys were dressed as soldiers and girls as Bharat Mata. The celebration began with a brief description given by the teacher highlighting the significance of this day. The children were informed that this day is celebrated on the success of operation Vijay. Then few children spoke lines and some recited poems related to this day. They also sung song "Aao Baccho Tumhe". A dance performance was given by all children on song "Jai Ho". To pay homage to the soldiers of the Kargil War, the National Anthem was played. The celebrations ended with distribution of sweets.
Class 3
The students of Class 3 celebrated Kargil Vijay Diwas with great pride and enthusiasm. They made beautiful cards and the Indian flag and spoke a few lines for the brave soldiers who fought 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. Jai Hind.
Class 4
July 26 is celebrated as Kargil Vijay Diwas. The students of Class IV conducted a special assembly to pay heartfelt homage to the martyrs of Indian Army who sacrificed their lives and won the war at Kargil. The students were informed about the Kargil War and how our valiant soldiers fought gallantly for the pride of our nation. Some students had brought write-ups on our brave war heroes, which they read out in the class. A ‘Qawwali’ dedicated to the Heroes of Kargil was presented in the Morning Assembly. A Speech and a skit were also presented. Students sang patriotic songs and discussed the significance of the day. The whole atmosphere was filled with patriotic fervour as the patriotic song was played and National Anthem was sung.
Class 5
The students of Class 5 commemorated the Heroes of Kargil who laid their lives for their country and eulogised those who lived to tell the horrors of war. Posters on Slogans like "Only the dead have seen the end of war" and the like were made. Poems were read out against war and its aftermath. A discussion was held on why Kargil happened and its effects. The war happened in 1999 and is remembered with reverence every year on 26th July.

 

Celebrating Raksha Bandhan

Class 1
Raksha Bandhan is the most delightful way to celebrate the bond between brothers and sisters. On the occasion of Rakhsha Bandhan a small celebration took place in Class 1. The celebration commenced with an introduction as to why Raksha Bandhan is celebrated and its significance. An animated video was shown to the students. The children displayed their enthusiasm by singing and dancing on popular song 'Phoolon ka taron ka sabka Kehna hai, ek hazaron mein meri behna hai'. They splashed colours on sheets and made beautiful designs of Rakhi.
Class 2
Class 2 celebrated Raksha Bandhan with great energy and enthusiasm. All the children were looking beautiful in colourful traditional attire. The celebrations began with the teacher briefing significance of the day. Children were explained that Raksha Bandhan is a day to celebrate pious relationship or bond between brother and sister. Then a few children spoke lines on Raksha Bandhan. This was followed by a dance performed by all the children with great energy and fun. Videos related to the Raksha Bandhan were also shown to the children. Then girls tied rakhi to their fellow boys and boys gave token of love to their class sister. Different craft activities were held to make Raksha Bandhan more special for the children. The celebrations concluded with the distribution of sweets.
Class 3
The students of Class 3 celebrated “Rakhi” with great zeal and enthusiasm. A special assembly was conducted by the children in which the students enjoyed enacting popular characters Droupadi and Lord Krishna from the epic Mahabharata and also historical characters Rani Karnavati and Emperor Humayun. They were told stories related to Raksha Bandhan to explain the significance of the festival and reason to celebrate the festivity. The event concluded with a wonderful and lively dance performance by the children on the song "O Behna Meri Behna”, which was enjoyed and appreciated by all.
Class 4
Raksha Bandhan is the most endearing ways to celebrate sibling love/brotherhood. To celebrate Rakhi a Card and Candy
Tree making activity were conducted in Class 4. The girls were adorned with beautiful 'lehangas' whereas the boys were dressed in ethnic 'Kurta and Pyjamas'. They were made aware about the history and importance of the festival by narrating and depicting a few ancient stories. The girls tied handmade rakhis to the boys and received chocolates and gifts as the token of love and blessings.
Class 5
The students of Class 5 were once again in their festive best exchanging the feelings of caring and sharing amongst their friends. Girls tied Rakhis to their fellow brethren and boys presented cards to them wishing them the best of everything in life. Dressed in traditional lengha, salwar suits and kurta-pyjama, the students exhibited festive aura and mood. They shared sweets and wished each other Happy Raksha Bandhan, the bandhan of emotions and attachments. The students also sang and danced to the tunes of songs like “Bhaiya mere Rakhi ke bandhan ko nibhaana” and many more.

 

Janamashtmi Celebrations

Class 1
The students of Class 1 celebrated Janamashtmi with enthusiasm and religious fervour. The celebrations commenced with students being informed of the significance of the. Boys and girls came dressed as Radha and Lord Krishna. They coloured and decorated matkis and flutes on sheets. A special assembly was conducted to mark the birth of the Lord Krishna. The children celebrated the occasion by singing and dancing and sharing sweets with each other.
Class 2
Krishna Janmashtami, Lord Krishna's Birthday also known as Krishnashtami, Saatam Aatham, Gokulashtami, Ashtami Rohini, Srikrishna Jayanti, Sree Jayanti which is celebrated on the eighth day of Savana month, was celebrated by the students of Class 2 with great joy and pomp. The children came dressed as Krishna and Radha and also in other colourful outfits. They decorated matkas and flutes. The classes were decorated colourfully with Krishna Jhoola. The children celebrated the occasion by singing and dancing. Later they enjoyed some sweets.
Class 3
Janamashtami was celebrated with a lot of enthusiasm and zeal in Class 3. The teachers gave a short lecture on the significance of this festival. Lord Krishna’s idol was placed in the Class and rituals were performed. Few devotional songs were played and videos were shown from various stages of Krishna’s life. The students sang and danced on the popular Krishna Bhajan “Chhoti Chhoti Gayiya Chhote Chhote Gwal”. They spoke lines and recited poems on Lord Krishna. They made beautiful crowns and decorated flutes in craft activity. The celebrations were both a learning experience and a fun activity for the students.
Class 4
Krishna Janamasthami was celebrated with great elation. The children came dressed as Krishna and Radha. The celebration started with information on Janamasthami. They prepared beautiful peacock feather head gears and decorated Matkis and flutes. A skit was based on Krishna also presented. Students danced to the tunes of Krishna songs. The celebration of the festival was enjoyed by everyone.
Class 5
The students of Class 5 celebrated Janamashtami, the birthday of Lord Krishna with enthusiasm. Each class bore a festive look. Students came dressed in ethnic attire. They created beautiful designs on small earthen pots “Matki” and decorated Krishna’s favourite flute. The children also sang bhajans and danced to the tune of devotional songs. The celebrations ended with savouring delicious sweets and parshad brought by students. It was a time well spent in rejoicing and merry making.

 

Celebrating Independence Day

Class 1
The Nation’s 70th Independence Day was celebrated by the students of Class 1 with great pomp and show. They all were dressed in their best ethnic attires. The celebration was commenced with the short introduction given by the teachers in their respective classes. The students were informed about the significance of this festival for all Indians. Some students came forward and spoke a few lines and everyone sang patriotic songs also. The celebrations concluded with the students drawing and colouring the national flag with great enthusiasm.
Class 2
The students of Class 2 celebrated Independence Day with great excitement. They showcased brilliant performances in the form of dances and poem recitations. A few students were dressed as different freedom fighters and spoke slogans on India’s freedom. The feeling of patriotism filled the environment.
Class 3
The 70th Independence Day was celebrated in 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". The children enjoyed making tri-coloured bookmarks distributed tri–colored sweets. All the children participated with whole heartedly and enjoyed themselves.
Class 4
Class 4 students celebrated Independence Day with great enthusiasm. The whole atmosphere was filled with patriotic fervour as patriotic songs were played and the national anthem was sung. The children also presented speeches and a skit. Some students read out the slogans and quotes given by famous freedom fighters. The students made beautiful tri-coloured pinwheels and distributed sweets among themselves.
Class 5
Independence Day was celebrated in Class 5 as a tribute to the freedom fighters who sacrificed their lives for their country. Sounds of “Vande Matram” and “Bharat Mata Ki Jai” resounded in the air. Wearing white dresses with tricoloured sashes and bands and full of patriotisim in their hearts, students sang patriotic songs like “Saare Jahan se Acha Hindustan Hamara”. They created beautiful tricoloured kites and decorated their class with them. They also shared tricoloured pasta, rice, sweets amongst their friends. The celebrations came to an end with students dancing to the melodious tune of “Jai Ho”.

 

Celebrating Eid-Ul-Zuha

Class 1
Eid-ul-Zuha is one of theHoly festival celebrated as an act of obedience to God's command. On the auspicious occasion of Eid a small celebration took place in Class 1, which commenced with an introduction as to why ‘Eid – Ul – Zuha’ is celebrated and its significance. An animated was shown to the students. Children displayed their enthusiasm by singing and dancing on popular songs. They also splashed colours on the sheets and made beautiful drawings depicting the festival of Eid. Finally they shared sweets and wished everyone “Eid Mubarak”.
Class 2
The students of Grade 2 enjoyed celebrating Eid-Ul-Zuha. It was a celebration that included many great performances from the students. They all were swayed by performances on devotional songs and the Qawwali performances. It was a treat to watch the kids talk about the festival of Eid in such joyful ways. At last, along with the distribution of sweets, everybody greeted each other with ‘Eid Mubarak’.
Class 3
Eid-Ul-Zuha was celebrated in Class 3 with great fervour and enthusiasm. The children looked beautiful in ehtnic muslim attire, girls wearing Burkhas whereas boys looked handsome wearing Kurta Pyjama with a white headwear. The celebrations commenced with a small lecture highlighting the significance of the festival. The children were introduced to and made familiar with the urdu terms, Eidi, Eid-Milan, Allah-Hu-Akbar, Namaz, Ameen etc. A powerpoint presentation related to the festival comprising of a picture of Prophet Muhammad, Kama, Masjid, Quran, traditional muslim outfit of a girl and boy, popular sweet dish sewaiyan etc. were shown to the children. This was followed by short skit on Eid and an Art & Craft activity in which the students made beautiful hangings of the moon and star. All the students enjoyed dancing on the popular bollywood track ‘Eid-Mubarak’ in the class. Mostly everyone spoke lines and poems on “Eid” which was worth appreciating.
Class 4
Eid Ul Adha, the “Festival of Sacrifice” was celebrated with great fervor and joy by the students of Class 4. 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, history, stories as well as associated traditions and customs were told. The students delivered speech and participated in a wall hanging making activity. They wished each other ‘Eid Mubarak’ and shared sweets.
Class 5
Eid ul Zuha the festival symbolising sacrifice ,was celebrated by students of Class 5 with gaiety and joy. They drew the “Eid ka Chand” and read out quotes of Prophet Mohammed and spoke on the importance of this festival. Later they distributed sweets amongst themselves. The students also presented a colourful show in the School assembly where they recited a poem, enacted a Qawaali and exhibited Indian women in Muslim attire. Eid Mubarak resounded all around and the celebrations ended with joy and happiness, the gifts of Allah.
 

 
No Tobacco Day
The School launched its vigorous campaign for the Dry Day for Tobacco in Delhi with great enthusiasm and fervor on 31st August 2017. This was intended to encourage a 24 hour period of abstinence from all forms of tobacco consumption. Equally, it was further intended to draw attention to the widespread prevalence of tobacco use and its consequent negative impact on health. The school follows all regulatory requirements to ensure total compliance towards a Tobacco Free Society. All mandatory stipulations are displayed at the School entrance and its periphery. In a special morning assembly the students of Class VII gave a short speech on the ill-effects of consuming tobacco and tobacco products. Various poems and jingles on Tobacco being a silent killer and a dance performance depicting the theme ‘Say No to Tobacco’ aptly emphasized the same. The day was further marked by several events by students from all classes. Class 1 students viewed a short animated film on why consuming Tobacco is bad for health, Class 2 made badges with ‘No Smoking’ written on it and attached to their uniform, Class 3 wrote slogans condemning Tobacco consumption and poems were recited by Class 4 on its ill-effects. Class 5 made meaningful posters conveying ‘Tobacco a Silent Killer’.

Celebrating Teachers Day

Class 1
Teachers Day was celebrated in Class 1 as a mark of tribute to the contribution made by teachers to the society on 5th September. The celebrations commenced with an introduction as to why Teachers Day is celebrated and its significance. An animated video regarding the same was shown to the students. Children showed their enthusiasm by singing and dancing on popular song 'Oh teacher..' and 'Give me some sunshine..'. They also made a beautiful card for their teacher.
Class 2
Students dressed smartly as their ideal teachers; boys in trousers and shirts with ties and girls in saris displayed a beautiful program on the occasion of Teachers Day on 5th SEPTEMBER 2017. At the start of the celebration the importance and the significance of this day was told and explained to the students by their teacher. After that the students recited their poems, sang songs and told the significance of this day to all. They were showed a documentary video the importance of the teachings given by a teacher. Students participated in a Craft Activity of making a Greeting Card for their teacher. The students offered sweets to their teacher and shared them amongst themselves.
Class 3
Teacher's Day was celebrated in Class 3 with great zeal and enthusiasm. Children were dressed as their favourite teacher. A brief description was given by teachers highlighting the significance of this day, the students were informed that 5th September is Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan's birthday and is celebrated as Teacher's Day. Some children recited a few lines and poems on the occasion. The children also performed a dance on the song 'I love my teacher', and 'Oh teacher! Oh teacher'. To conclude the celebrations, a card making activity was conducted in the class.
Class 4
On September 5th, a special assembly was conducted by the students of Class 4 in order to pay tribute to Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan and honour the noblest profession in the world. The day began by recitation of “Guru Re Brahma” mantra followed by the glimpses of some of the legendary teachers whose contribution in the field of education is incredible. The highlight of the day was the dance performance on the tunes of “We Love You Teacher” which left the audience spellbound. Children showed their love towards their teachers by making handmade cards.
Class 5
Teaching is touching a soul, steering the ship of students on the right direction. Teachers Day is a special day of bonding between the teacher and the taught. The students of Class 5 celebrated this day by making cards for their favourite teachers embossing their love and gratitude for them. They spoke lines glorifying their mentors and making the teacher proud of her students. A day when teachers feel that their efforts are not being wasted.

 

Celebrating Gandhi Jayanti & Dussehra

Class 1
Gandhi Jayanti and the festival of Dusshera was celebrated with great aplomb by the students of Class 1. The celebrations commenced with an introduction as to why these days are significant. All the students were colourfully dressed some as Mahatma Gandhi and others as characters from the Ramayana. The children displayed their enthusiasm by singing and dancing. An animated video portraying the importance of the festival and Gandhiji were shown to the students. The celebration concluded on a sweet note with the children sharing the delicious sweets which they had brought with them.
Class 2
Dussehra was celebrated by Class 2 children with great zeal and enthusiasm. The children came attired as characters from the Ramayana. The teachers apprised the students of the significance of the festival and the mythological tale of the victory of Lord Rama over Ravana. Some children also enacted the story of Lord Rama. The children concluded the festivities dancing to the bollywood song ‘Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram’ and distributing sweets. The students also celebrated Gandhi Jayanti with patriotic fervour. His ideas of Swadeshi were beautifully showcased by the Charkha made by the students with ice-cream sticks.

 

Diwali Celebrations

Class 1
Diwali, ‘The festival of lights’ came alive in Class 1. The celebrations commenced with an introduction as to why Diwali is celebrated and its significance – and how good always conquered the evil. An animated video was shown to the students. The teachers sensitized the students about the ill-effects of crackers. The students celebrated the festival with great enthusiasm. Fabulous performances were given by students in each section through role play and dancing on famous songs like ‘Ram ji ki Nikali Sawaari’, ‘Mere tumahre sabke liye Happy Diwali’ etc. They splashed colors on sheets and made beautiful greeting cards, lamps, candles etc. The day concluded with the distribution and sharing of sweets.
Class 2
The students of Class 2 enjoyed celebrating Diwali. It was a celebration that included many great performances from the students. They all were swayed by performances on Diwali songs and the Rangoli making activity. It was a treat to watch the kids talk about Diwali in such joyful ways. The celebrations came to an end with the distribution of sweets, everybody greeting each other Happy Diwali.
Class 3
The students of Class 3 celebrated Diwali on 16th October 2017 with great zeal and enthusiasm. All the students were dressed in beautiful and colorful traditional attire. The celebration started with the briefing about significance of the festival by the teacher.The teacher explained that Diwali marks victory of goodness over evil, Victory of light over darkness, further significance of lighting up earthen diyas was highlighted. The chidlren were told why we worship Goddess Lakshmi in the night as she is the energy that manifests as the complete spiritual and material well-being of a person. Various videos on Diwali were shown to kids, followed by dance performance on "Deep Jale" by all the students.Then Lakshmi Puja with Aarti was held with the distribution of sweets. It was followed by a Rangoli making activity by the children in their classroom as well as in the corridors. The students actively participated in all the activities.

Class 4
The celebration of Diwali,'The festival of lights' was celebrated with immense enthusiasm and religious fervour. All the classrooms and the corridor wore a festive look with diyas, candles and lanterns. The Rangoli made by the students added the perfect setting to the festivity. The students prepared head gears to promote Say No To Crackers. The distribution of sweets marked the end of the celebrations.
Class 5
Amazing Rangoli, Colourful Lanterns, Painted Diyas, & Candles created a festive atmosphere during Diwali celebrations. Students dressed in traditional Indian attire were a visible treat to the eyes. Their cheerful faces brought joy in each heart. The festivities concluded with the sharing of sweets amongst class mates and singing devotional hymns.

 
Celebrating Guru Nanak Jayanti
Class 1
The students of Class 1 were very enthusiastic and full of fervour to celebrate the birthday of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. To celebrate the sacred festival, they all came in Punjabi traditional attire. The teachers informed them about the life, history and teachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. A few students spoke lines and narrated stories of his childhood. The celebration was followed by recitation of Gurbani and hymns. Small Prabhat Pheris were also organised in the class in which students sang hymns like “Ucha dar Babe Nanak da”. They also splashed colours on the sheets given by the teacher. Celebration was ended by distribution of sweets and prashad. It was a joyful and enriching experience for everyone.
Class 2
The students of Class 2 celebrated Guru Nanak Dev's Birthday with a lot zeal and enthusiasm. The teachers initiated the celebrations by introducing the importance of the festival. A few students sang holy hymns while some recited poems related to Guru Nanak Dev Ji. In the end, a Nagar Kirtan was organised and Prasada was distributed.
Class 3
Guru Purab was celebrated with a lot of enthusiasm by Class 3 students. An environment of holiness was created as students narrated their faith and belief in the preachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. The teachers enlightened the students about how and why Guru Purab is celebrated. Relevant videos were shown on the smartboard which showcased the teachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji and his life. Some students had brought "Karah Prasad" for their peers and teachers. Overall the celebration was a great learning experience for the students.
Class 4
Class 4 celebrated Guru Purab with enthusiasm and religious fervour. Dressed in colourful tradtional Punjabi attire, the kids sang hymns and narrated incidents from the life of Guru Nanak Dev. The were educated about the importance of the celebration and also other Sikh gurus. The celebrations concluded with the students sharing Prasad.
Class 5
The true saints come with a message of love, care, humility, kindness to redeem mankind of its sufferings. Class 5 celebrated Guru Nanakji's birthday reiterating the same message. Students sang Shabads from Gurbani, read out the teachings of the great Saint and distributed parshad amongst teachers and their classmates. They also listened to Gurbani with devotion. The classroom board was decorated with beautiful portraits of Guru Nanakji, Shabad writings, and cards etc.
 

 

Children's Day Celebrations

Class 1
The students of Class 1, celebrated Children’s Day with great zeal and enthusiasm. They all were dressed in their best colourful attires for joyous occasion. The celebrations begin with a short introduction given by the teachers in their respective classes highlighting the importance of this day, by which they were informed that every year on 14th –November, Children’s Day is celebrated dedicated to our 1st Prime Minister Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, who was fondly called “Chacha Nehru”. The students spoke a few lines on the occasion and sang songs to express their happiness. All the kids enjoyed the celebrations.
Class 2
The Class 2 children were super excited about the Children’s Day celebration. They learned about the significance of the day with their class teachers’ help. A few students gave interesting performances on this occasion. They also learned how to make Nehru caps, Greeting Cards and a craft-tie. They made greeting cards for their favourite Chacha Nehru. They all were dressed in bright and beautiful party clothes. They grooved on fun songs and enjoyed their day to the fullest.
Class 3
The students of class 3 celebrated Children's Day with great zeal and enthusiasm. The event commenced with a short lecture given by the teacher, briefing the children about the significance of the day in every child's life. They were informed that 14th November is the birth anniversary of India's first prime minister Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru, whom children used to addressed as “Chacha Nehru“, as he had always displayed his special bond and love for the children and vice-verse. This day is to remind ourselves of our childhood days and forget about all the worries and problems. The children whole-heartedly participated in the celebrations and had lots of fun while making cards inscribed with the teachings of Pandit Nehru. The programme conclued with a happy note with distribution of sweets among the students.
Class 4
Children’s Day reminds us about the importance of children in the family, society and country. The day was celebrated with great gaiety, joy and innocent smiles. The students came dressed in colourful attire and made cards, banners, sang songs and danced to their favourite tunes. They showed their creativity by making Nehru Caps and Chacha Ji’s Red Roses. A party was organised to celebrate the day. The school echoed with love and laughter of young kids throughout the day.
Class 5
A day for the children dedicated to them by their beloved Chacha Nehru was celebrated with gaiety, joy, fun and laughter. Dressed in their best, the children danced to swinging music, made greeting cards, banners, and crafted paper objects like flowers, animal figures etc. A party was also organized for them to celebrate with food and merriment.

 
Magic Show
The students of Classes 1 & 2 were in for a treat on 15th November 2017, when the School organized a Magic Show for the little ones. The children sat throughout the performance spellbound and applauding at every trick. The magician made the acts even more enjoyable calling on the stage not only the children but also the teachers. It was an enjoyable and fun-filled time for all.

 

Celebrating Eid-E-Milad (Prophet Mohammed's Birth Anniversary)

Class 1
The students of Class 1 celebrated Eid-E-Milad on 1st December 2017. The children were informed that the festival is to observe the birth anniversary of Prophet Mohammed. Some children spoke a few lines on the importance of the festival and how and why it is celebrated and some recited poems. Children danced to Eid themed songs. The celebrations concluded with the sharing of sweets.
Class 2
Class 2 celebrated Eid-E-Milad with great enthusiasm. The children were looking beautiful in their colourful attire. All the children were very enthusiastic throughout the celebrations, which included the teacher explaining significance of the day. This was followed by many delightful performances by the children. In an Art & Craft activity the children made Posters and Borders on the theme of the festival. The teacher inculcated the feel of oneness and told them to respect all humankind irrespective of their religion.
Class 3
Eid-E-Milad was celebrated with gaiety and fervour by the students of Class 3. The event commenced with a short lecture given by the teacher on the significance of the festivity in the lives of Muslims. The children were looking beautiful in ethnic Muslim attire. Many children came forward and threw light on the life and teachings of Prophet Mohammed’s. They recited urdu poems and sang holy songs. To conclude the children made beautiful wall hangings and posters of the holy Islamic symbol comprising of a star and the crescent moon. The program ended with a happy note with distribution of special dish of the festival “Sewain" among the children.
Class 4
The festival of Eid-E-Milad, commemorating the birth anniversary of Prophet Mohammed was celebrated with great religious fervour and gaiety by the students of Class 4. The day began with the recitation of a verse from the Holy Quran followed by the teachings of the Prophet. The children made candle cutouts to light their classes with the blessings of the Prophet. The students thanked the almighty and pledged to maintain peace and unity.
Class 5
Prophet Mohammed’s Birthday was celebrated by Class 5 with sobriety and reverence to the great Prophet. Famous quotes were read out and some hymns were sung by students. Later the students shared sweets brought from home by the students. The festivities ended with good thoughts shared by students on the life and teachings of the great saint.

 

Celebrating Christmas

Class 1
Class 1 celebrated Christmas with great zeal and enthusiasm. The children were all dressed as Santa Claus and Fairies. The celebration 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 25th December, Christmas is celebrated all over the world as the birth anniversary of Jesus Christ. A few students spoke a few lines on Christmas and sang Carols to express their happiness. All the students enjoyed the day a lot.
Class 2
Christmas was celebrated by Class 2 with great joy and gaiety. All the children were excited. The boys were dressed as Santa Claus while the girls were dressed as fairies. The teacher told them about the teachings of Lord Jesus Christ. Children sang carols and recited many beautiful poems related to Christmas. An activity of making Christmas tree with the help of paper plates and ice cream sticks was conducted in the class.
Class 3
The students of Class 3 celebrated the religious festival Christmas in a grand and joyful manner. All the children were looking beautiful in red attire and wore Santa caps to add the fervour. The event began with a short lecture given by the teacher on the significance of the day and how Lord Jesus Christ was born and his miracles. Videos related to Lord Jesus’ life and teachings were shown on the smartboard. The children sang the melodious and famous carol- “Jingle Bells” and recited a small prayer to honour God. To conclude with they all made wreaths and angels with craft paper and distributed plum cake and exchanged gifts with each other. The celebration left a memory to cherish.
Class 4
The students of Class 4 celebrated Christmas with lots of merriment and enthusiasm. The decorations added to the gaiety of the classes. The children distributed cakes, sang Christmas Carols and danced to the tune of Jingle bells. The festive fervour and excitement could be seen in the whole corridor. Students decorated socks and wrote one wish on it which they shared with everyone. The stories behind the Christmas celebrations were also discussed with the children.
Class 5
Jingle bells, Jingle Bells, the air resounded with singing of this famous Christmas Carol. Students attired in white and red with red caps looked no less than tiny Santas. They decorated Xmas trees with gifts and buntings. Beautiful cards and Cards masks were made by students. Decorating their class rooms they celebrated Christmas with cutting and sharing the Christmas cake, dance and music. The wintry morning bore the warmth of the students’ laughter and merry making.

 

Celebrating Lohri & Makar Sakranti

Class 1
Lohri and Makar Sankranti were celebrated with great enthusiasm in Class 1 on January 13, 2018. The importance of these religious festivals were explained to the students through videos and power-point presentations. All the students participated whole-heartedly in various activities such as poem recitation, singing, dancing, etc. Students had brought traditional Lohri sweets; Rewari, Groundnuts and Popcorn which they shared amongst themselves.
Class 2
Lohri , the popular Sikh festival, which holds a great significance for the people of Punjab region, as it marks the harvesting season in Punjab and also welcomes spring with its bountiful gifts. Today the students of Class 2 celebrated this festival with a lot of vigour and enthusiasm. In the beginning their teacher explained them the significance and importance of this festival. Followed by various rhymes and poems recited by the students. They all danced to the tune of the song ”Sunder Mundriye”. A video related to the festivals was shown to the students. The students had brought Groundnuts, Rewari and Popcorns which they all shared. To conclude the celebrations a Craft –activity of drawing and colouring a Bon-fire was conducted. The children enjoyed the festivities.
Class 3
The students of Class 3 cerebrated the popular religious festival of Lohri with great zeal and enthusiasm. All the children were dressed in vibrant ethnic Punjabi attire. The celebrations began with a brief lecture on Lohri highlighting its significance. The teacher narrated the story of Dulha Bhatti in an interesting manner. A few videos related to Lohri were shown on the Smartboard and the students came to know about the various names associated with this festival like Pongal, Makar Sankranti, Bihu etc. in various states. The students sang and danced on the Punjabi folk song “Sunder Mundariyo Ho” around a fake bonfire in the classroom. To conclude the event an art and craft activity was organized in which the Children made fake bonfires with the help of matchsticks and cut-outs of flames of fire using craft paper. Everyone relished the Popcorn, Groundnuts and Revari distributed in the class.
Class 4
On the occasion of Lohri the students of Class 4 were in a cheerful mood. The chilly winter morning couldn’t hamper their spirits and they made beautiful kites, replicas of Lohri fire. Children came dressed up in beautiful Punjabi attire and danced on the tunes of famous Lohri songs played on the smart board. Traditional Lohri sweets Gajak, Rewari, Popcorns and Groundnuts were enjoyed by all.
Class 5
Class 5 celebrated Lohri with lots of exuberance and fanfare. The celebrations began with a special presentation on Lohri in the morning Assembly. The mood in the class was upbeat. Students were totally involved in the festive spirit. They spoke on the importance of Makkar Sakranti and Lohri. The children crafted kites out of colourful paper, danced to Punjabi Folk music, sang the famous Sunder Munderiye and distributed Groundnuts, Rewari, Popcorn amongst friends. They cheerfully waved a warm adieu to winters welcoming spiring.