Events & Happenings

 

February 2019

   
Annual Day Class 4
Class IV celebrated its Annual day on 2nd February 2019 with the theme of the Republic Day. The Republic day, a festival of Democracy and transformation of India into a Republic, was celebrated with enthusiasm, and cheerfulness. The celebrations commenced with the lighting of the auspicious lamp, by the School Manager, Ms. Meena Malik and Principal, Dr. Anita Puri. Dr. Anita Puri presented the School report, highlighting the achievement of the School, during the academic year 2018-2019. The students presented the sequence of events starting from Non-cooperation Movement, Jallianwala Bagh tragedy, Bhagat Singh's martyrdom to gaining of independence by India. The students also provided a glimpse into the making of the Constitution of India. Through the ballet the children apprised everyone about the fundamental rights and duties bestowed upon the Indian citizens by the Constitution of India. The joy and pride was amply visible on the faces and reflected in their enthusiasm with which the whole event was performed. The parents also attended the event and felt ecstatic, proud and satisfied, all at the same time, on the grand show presented by their children. The children lived through the era and showcased it in a manner bringing alive the memories of the whole struggle of India through scintillating performances which were appreciated by the entire audience.
 

 
   

Multi-Speciality Health Camp
A Free Health Check-up Camp was held at the School in association with BLK Hospital on Saturday, 2nd February, 2019. Organizing such multi-specialty camps in service to mankind has been a regular annual feature at CFS. The event was inaugurated by Principal, Dr. Anita Puri, with whose initiative the health benefit programme was conducted for the advantage of parents and neighbourhood community.
Highly experienced faculty members from the BLK Hospital were in attendance examining and guiding the anxious visitors with professional advice. Consultation was being provided for Cardio, Ortho, Onco, Dental, ENT problems. The Eye Check-up camp attracted special attention.
Various free tests for BP, RBS, BMD, ECG etc. were arranged and the entire event was carried out in a highly systematic, methodical, structured and professionally efficient manner. All visitors lauded the inventive approach and commendable work done by the School.
 

 
Bidding Adieu - Class of 2019
The Farewell Ceremony for the students of Class XII (2018-2019) was organized School Auditorium on 2nd February 2019, with great fervour. The day was a fiesta devoted to the years spent together. The function began with the lighting of ceremonial lamp by Principal Dr. Anita Puri and the School Manager Ms. Meena Malik. The children were dressed immaculately and looked resplendent. The chief attraction was the Questions and Answers round and the coveted titles awarded to students. Mr. and Miss. Cambridge title was bagged by Rishabh Malhotra and Tia Kapoor respectively. Other Titles conferred were the Sword of Honour to Devum Pruthi, Technological Nerd to Suvrat Kumar, Incipient Writer to Ria, Miss Magnanimous to Harsimar Kaur. Vanshika and Khushi mesmerised all with their dance performance on Fusion Track. The event culminated with the students dancing together on the floor and a sumptuous meal thereafter.
 

 
Celebrating Basant Panchami
Basant Panchmi is celebrated in reverence to the Hindu deity Goddess Saraswati, the epitome of learning, music & art. People celebrate this day by visiting temples, flying kites. To celebrate the festival, the students of Class 3 presented a special programme in the Morning Assembly. A Prayer and a Pledge were followed by a speech stating the significance of this day by the students of Class 5. The spring of joy took over when a ceremony worshipping Goddess Saraswati was led by offerings of spring flowers. The students also performed a traditional dance on Saraswati Vandana. The students enjoyed the celebrations with great enthusiasm and zeal.
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Sadak Suraksha Jeevan Raksha - Road Safety Week
The School observed the 30th Road Safety Week between 4th and 10th February 2019. The campaign and initiative by the Directorate of Education and Ministry of Transport aimed at sensitizing the community, Schools, etc. about the various aspects of road safety. The message of this week-long celebration was Sadak Suraksha Jeevan Raksha. Principal Dr. Anita Puri, and Manager Ms. Meena Malik, ensured Special Morning Assemblies propagating the importance of Road Safety and Following Traffic Rules, through out the Week.
Several activities and programs were organized in the School to educate the children on Road safety driving rules and areas of special caution. For the children of Classes 1 to 5, a drawing competition was organized, in which the children showcased their artistic skills on Road Safety. The students of Classes 6 to 8 participated in a Quiz competition, aimed at helping to stimulate the student's involvement in promoting Road safety awareness all the year around. The students of Classes 9 and 11, attended a workshop organized by the Hero Moto Corp. Ltd. The Resource Person, Mr. Sunil Malhotra, apprised the students about various aspects of road safety - use of correct helmets, following traffic signs and symbols and avoiding road rage. A quiz was conducted after the presentation to assess students. The winners were applauded and given in order to boost their morale.
 

 
 
National Deworming Programme
The National Deworming Day an initiative of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India to make every child in the country worm free. This is one of the largest public health programs reaching large number of children during a short period. All the States/UTs implement bi-annual round of deworming. The School successfully conducted the 1st Phase of Deworming Program on 8th February, 2019 followed by the MOP-UP day on 14th February, 2019. The students were sensitized about the benefits of Deworming in a Special Morning Assembly. The campaign spreads awareness about importance and benefits of deworming, as well as prevention strategies related to improved behaviours and practices for hygiene and sanitation.
 

 
CBSE Workshop on the Evaluation Process
The CBSE conduct a Workshop 11th February 2019, at Sadhu Vaswani International School, Shanti Niketan. School representatives from all over Delhi were invited to apprise them about the changes CBSE has introduced for the smooth conduct of the forth coming Class X and XII Board Examinations in March 19. The CBSE has insisted on an Error Free conduct of the Board Exams and the Evaluation after the examinations so that students and parents have greater trust in CBSE. The School was represented by Sisira Vishwanath (TGT English).
 

 
Awareness Campaign on H1N1
The School conducted a Special Campaign on generating awareness on the H1N1 - Swine Flu Virus. A special programme in the Morning Assembly was organized in which a short play was presented regarding the prevention of H1N1. A PowerPoint presentation was shown in all the classes informing the students of how the H1N1 Virus spreads and how preventive measures can be taken. An informative email was also sent to all the Parents which will help them understand the H1N1 Virus, its causes, preventions and symptoms.
   

 



 

National Science Day - Seminar
National Science Day is celebrated every year by the National Council for Science and Technology Communication (NCTSC) to commemorate Prof. C. V. Raman's discovery of the Raman Effect. In Delhi it is celebrated by DSST Forum, this year's venue of celebration was Adarsh Public School, Vikas Puri, New Delhi on 27th February 2019. All the Forum members along with teachers from all over Delhi attended the event. Eminent scholars and scientists shared their views on how to promote Science in the true spirit. Senior Vice President, Dr. Gautam Sen, spoke about the energy crisis and gave combating solutions. Prof. (Dr.) Dinesh Kumar, Head, DESM, NCERT, highlighted the motto of Science and how to keep pace with ever changing scientific world. The event was attended by Ms. Vibha Prabhakar (TGT, Science).
 

 
Celebrating Maha Shivratri
The popular Hindu festival of Maha Shivaratri or 'The Night of Shiva' was celebrated on 28th February 2019, with immense devotion and religious dedication in honour of Lord Shiva. The students of Classes 1 and 2 presented a small event in the Morning Assembly, which commenced with an introduction about the importance of celebrating Maha Shivratri which was followed by a graceful dance performance in honour of Lord Shiva which was appreciated and enjoyed by all.
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