Baisakhi was celebrated by the students of Class 1 with utmost zest and enthusiasm. The celebration commenced with a short description given by the teachers. They students were explained about the significance of this festival. Baisakhi, which marks the beginning of the harvesting period, was celebrated by Reciting of a soulful shabad which marked the beginning of the Class activity on a religious note. All the students were dressed in their best Punjabi attire. The function proceeded further with poetry recitation. At the end, all the students exhibit the dance to showcase the miniature of joy experienced by people of Punjab on the occasion of Baisakhi.
On the auspicious occasion of ‘Baisakhi’ and ‘Ambedkar Jayanti’ a small celebration took place in Class 2.
The celebrations commenced with an introduction as to why Baisakhi and Ambedkar Jayanti are celebrated and their significance. All the children were dressed up in traditional attires. They displayed their enthusiasm by dancing on popular Punjabi folk music. They splashed colours on sheets and made beautiful drawings depicting the festival. Few children spoke lines highlighting the significance of these festivals.
The celebration concluded on a sweet note when children enjoyed sharing the scrumptious desserts which they had brought with them.
Baisakhi is an important harvest festival of Punjab that has religious value as well. It was celebrated with zest and zeal. The environs of Class 3 reverberated with enthusiasm during the Baisakhi celebrations. The festival of harvest was celebrated in order to acquaint the students with the Punjabi culture and tradition. The students were also informed about the birth anniversary of Dr. Baba Bhim Rao Ambedkar Sahib whose struggle for equality contributed to a great extent to the Indian legal system and the Constitution. Children came dressed in traditional colourful Punjabi outfits with ornaments and accessories. The students brought sumptuous dishes in their lunch boxes. Students made a Dhol to mark the occasion.
The students of Class 4 conducted a Special Assembly on April 13, 2022 celebrating the Birth Anniversary of Dr. Ambedkar. Students dressed as Dr. Ambedkar, read out extracts from the Constitution of India.
In the Class celebrations, an activity on Slogan Writing was conducted in the class and teachings of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar were discussed. The students dressed in ethnic attire danced to foot tapping music celebrating the festival of Baisakhi.
The students came in Punjabi and traditional attire to celebrate a great festival of Punjab.
The students of Class 5 celebrated Dr. Ambedkar Jayanti and Baisakhi with enthusiasm. A Special Assembly was conducted to commemorate the Harvest Festival. Dressed in colourful Punjabi attire the students danced to some foot tapping Punjabi music.
The teachers informed the students on the role of Dr. Ambedkar in framing the Constitution of India. The students made their own rule books in a craft activity.
The students of Class 1, celebrated World Heritage Day with great zeal on Monday morning, April 18, 2022 in their classes. The celebration commenced with a short description given by the teacher. The children were explained the significance of the Day. This day is dedicated to recognizing sites of historical importance, raising awareness regarding them, and stressing the need to restore and preserve them. The students enjoyed making posters on the theme of Our Heritage. Students depicted the art and culture of our country India in a colourful way. Everyone heartily enjoyed this activity.
Class 2 celebrated World Heritage Day to raise awareness about the existence of various heritage slides across the world. The day aims at educating about the diversity of the world’s heritage sites and the efforts essential in protecting and conserving them. The celebration began with a brief discussion about the various heritage sites the students had seen or heard of around them, how we can conserve them and the importance of heritage sites as representatives of the cultures of the place. This was followed by picture colouring activity whereby the students coloured pictures of the world as well as indian heritage sites in class. The students enjoyed sketching and colouring Indian monuments and were curious to know about the world monuments that they had not heard of before. This was also used to talk about the existence of various cultures within India and its unity in its diversity, which is quite evident from the various heritage sites present in India.
“Heritage is our legacy, what we live with today, and what we pass on to future generations.“
World Heritage Day is observed every year on April 18 to preserve human heritage and recognize the efforts of the organizations working for it. International Day for Monuments and Sites, also known as World Heritage Day, is an international observance held on 18 April. The students of Class 3 were explained about the significance of the event. The children made beautiful posters and spoke a about various monuments all over the world. The activity help spread awareness about the cultural heritage and diversity on the planet.
“Our rich and varied cultural heritage has a profound power to help build our nation”- Nelson Mandela.
We all know that ancient buildings and monuments are an asset to us and to the world. In order to celebrate this special day, the students of Class 4 made beautiful sketches of historical monuments with some slogans. Some students also spoke about their favourite monument. The students were excited while presenting their artwork.
A special Class Activity was conducted on 18th April, 2022 to spread awareness about the true meaning of heritage and its preservation. Keeping the theme in mind, the students of Class 5 along with teachers had an interactive session on our planet’s heritage. The children were familiarised with the importance along with the existing diversification worldwide towards protecting and conserving it.
To celebrate the richness of mother nature and thank our home planet. On the occasion of Earth Day, a small celebration took place on 22 April in Class 1. The celebration commenced with an introduction and explaining the significance of Earth Day, which is a global event to make a commitment to learn and save the environment. An activity of making a Badge was conducted to pay tribute to mother Earth. In which students depicted their creativity with the touch of colours. The celebrations concluded on a serene note by taking a pledge to save our mother Earth.
The students of Class 2 celebrated Earth Day on 22nd April, 2022, by which the students got the opportunity to learn about the planet Earth and its primary purpose which is to spread awareness and the need to save the environment. The students were involved in various engaging activities like colouring. Few students expressed their views on the different ways of protecting their planet. The students took a pledge to do as much as possible and produce less waste. The day was marked not only by awareness but also enthusiasm on the part of the students.
On the occasion of the Earth Day, an array of creative activites were organized for the students of Class 3 with a view to sensitize them about the conservation of natural resources and to motivate them to do their bit towards making their planet even more beautiful. The students were explained about the importance of the Earth Day and they also took a pledge to preserve and conserve their self-sustaining planet. The event rekindled emotive concerns and instigated the youngsters to save, love and respect Mother Nature with all their heart and soul.
World Earth Day is celebrated on 22nd April each year to spread awareness about conserving earth. The students of Class 4 celebrated Earth Day with great enthusiasm. The best part of the day was the Mask painting activity. Students made amazing and creative masks. The day was marked not only by awareness but also enthusiasm on the part of the students.
Class 5 celebrated Earth Day on 22nd April,2022 with zeal and zest. A discussion took place on the theme of protecting the planet Earth. The children enthusiastically made the model of Globe using clay and other material. The children also took a pledge to make necessary changes in their lifestyle that would impact their own lives and the community as a whole and would also be beneficial for the environment.
The festival of Eid-ul-Fitr was celebrated by both the teachers and children of Class 1, wholeheartedly, with an aim to spread the message of love and brotherhood in the young minds. The teachers discussed the importance of the festival. The students came dressed in beautiful traditional clothes and danced on Qawwali music which filled the environment with happiness and love. The students participated in a dessert making activity using chopped fruits, Choco-chips, chocolate syrup, butter knife and bread. At last, a mindful and colorful activity of coloring and decorating a mosque was done where children showed their creative skills.
Eid-Ul-Fitr was celebrated by Class 2 students on 2nd May 2022 in the school premises. The purpose was to enlighten the students about the spirit of the festival, spreading the message of love and brotherhood in the young minds. The teachers discussed about the importance of this festival that Eid stressing that Eid is a time to share happiness. The students were involved in craft activity based on the theme of Eid in which they learnt to draw and colour the moon and stars. Our young minds greeted each other ‘Eid Mubarak’ with love and affection. Both teachers and children enjoyed the Eid celebration wholeheartedly.
“May god accept your good deeds, and bless you and your family with good health, peace and happiness on the joyous occasion of Eid”
EID MUBARAK TO ALL OF YOU
The students of Class 3 celebrated Eid with great enthusiasm, children were looking beautiful in the traditional attire. The teacher explained the importance of the festival to the students and they also shared their views. A poster making activity on Eid was done, which everyone enjoyed a lot.
Eid, the festival that upholds the spirit of brotherhood, love and happiness, was celebrated with great enthusiasm by the students of Class 4. The celebrations commenced by informing the students of the significance of the day. The students came dressed in traditional attire and shared their views on this auspicious day. In a craft activity they all made beautiful wall hangings using the cutouts of the moon and stars. The spirit of Eid was well imbibed by the students.
The students of Class 5 celebrated Eid-Ul-Fitr with true religious fervour. Dressed in colourful traditional attire, the students made beautiful greeting cards which they exchanged with their friends. They also made moon and stars wall hangings, sang a Qawali in praise of Allah and exchanged Eid greetings. It was a session of fun and enjoyment for the students.
A Mother is she who can take the place of all others, but whose place no one else can take
Mother’s Day was celebrated by the students of Class 1 with great zeal and enthusiasm. The celebration commenced with remembering the love of our beautiful mother. Mothers are the epitome of grace and compassion. She bestows her light on her child with the way she guides, protects and inspires.
To honour each and every mother for all that she does for us, our little ones offered their love, affection and respect by preparing beautiful paper flower picture bouquets and a chocolate gift. We then ended the celebrations with singing a song for our loving mother.
“Mothers love – a brilliant GEM to be treasured.”
The day that recognises the essence of a Mother was celebrated in high spirits and merriment. This being one of those occasions that none of us can afford to miss was zealously enjoyed by one and all. The children irrespective of nationalities, castes, cultures and genders have emotions binding them to their mothers. Keeping this bonding emotion in mind, Class 2 students had a special celebration on Mother’s day. Teachers made an earnest effort to instill the importance of a Mother in a child’s life. The students had something special and unique to bring a smile to their beloved mother’s face. They passionately got involved in making beautiful photo frames for their mothers. They devotedly spoke about their mothers. It was a pleasure watching the dynamic and energetic children preparing something unique, something special. The outcome of their efforts was marvellous. Each frame was special and different in its own way. All in all it was an enjoyable and memorable day for each and every child which left an indubitable mark on the innocent hearts.
A Mother’s love is more beautiful than a fresh flower and she is the only one who can take the place of all others but whose place no one else can take. Students of Class 3 celebrated Mother’s Day on 9th May 2022. The students created beautiful cards with leaf printing for their respective mothers who devote their day-and-night for their children. Students also danced to the tunes of songs ‘Ma Meri Ma’ and ‘I Love You Mom’. It was a day full of fun and excitement for all the students.
Mother’s Day was celebrated by Class 4 students with great zeal and enthusiasm. The learners made beautiful badges using craft material. They also made wonderful certificates to honour their mommies. Some students sang melodious songs like ‘Tu Kitni Acchi Hai’ and ‘Tujhe Sab Hai Pata Hai Na Maa’. All in all, it was a celebration full of fun and frolic.
Mother’s Day is a special day for all children and Mothers as it celebrates the bond of love and affection that is everlasting. The students of Class 5 made it memorable by the host of performances. The children created beautiful badges and cards. They also recited a few lines, poems and songs remembering the hard work their mothers put into each day.
On the occasion of Buddha Purnima , a small celebration took place in Class 1. The celebration began with an introduction about the significance of Buddha Purnima followed by an art activity by the students in which they beautifully decorated the portrait of Lord Buddha. Everyone participated actively and enjoyed it a lot.
“Happiness comes when your work and words are of benefit to yourself and others.”
The quotation was well explained to the students of Class 2 by celebrating the day dedicated to Lord Buddha i.e. Buddha Purnima. The day began with the short introduction given by the teachers in their respective classes to make the students aware about the importance of this day. They were informed that Lord Buddha was the founder of Buddhism and to pay respect to him, his birth anniversary is celebrated as Buddha Purnima. Teachings of Lord Buddha were discussed in the class among the students and stories related to his life were narrated. In the end children coloured the image of Lord Buddha and expressed their views on the same. Overall, it was a successful celebration.
Buddha Purnima is celebrated with great fervour in India every year on the full moon day of the Baisakh month. It was celebrated with zest and zeal. Students of Class 3 reverberated with enthusiasm during the Buddha Purnima celebrations. Students were also informed about Lord Gautama Buddha who taught about non violence, compassion and tolerance. Children came dressed in traditional outfits. Students made posters on Lord Buddha’s life.
The students of Class 4 celebrated Buddha Purnima with religious fervour. The teachers explained the significance of this important Buddhist festival. An activity of making a Bookmark was conducted in which the students created beautiful Bookmarks and inscribed them with Lord Buddha’s teachings which were discussed in the class. The students promised to follow the teachings in their day to day life.
Buddha Purnima is an auspicious day for Buddhists and the teachings of Buddha have influenced many all around the world. The lessons of skillful speech, action, concentration, and such values were imbibed in children through a detailed classroom interaction. The students of Class 5 also recited the famous mantra “Budham Sharanam Gacchami”, mesmerizing the class atmosphere.
The students of Class 1 celebrated International Nelson Mandela Day by remembering Nelson Mandela as a leader of social justice and a fighter against appartheid. The teachers showed various videos depicting the life of Nelson Mandela and how he opposed racism. The students made inspiring posters and wrote slogans. The efforts of students clearly displayed how the students were inspired by his teachings.
The students of Class 2 were informed about the significance of Nelson Mandela Day by their teachers. To honor the contributions of Nelson Mandela, the students coloured pictures of him in the class. They also took a pledge to become good and respectful citizens who will be aware of their rights. They participated in the event wholeheartedly.
The students of Class 1 celebrated Eid with great zeal. The programme started with discussion based on why Eid – Ul – Adha is celebrated and its significance. All the children were dressed up in colourful traditional attires. The students manifested their talent by designing a goat face on a paper plate using their creativity. The celebrations concluded with some children speaking about the festival.
Eid is a day of celebration, an end to a month of long discipline and fasting. The students of Class 2 celebrated the festival with great zest .They participated in a toffee craft making activity and greeted each other Eid Mubarak. This festival helps in inculcating the true spirit of religious tolerance and brotherhood amongst the children. The Teachers also discussed the importance of this festival in the class.
The festival of Eid was celebrated by the students of Class 3 . The purpose was to enlighten the students about the spirit of the festival, spreading the message of love and brotherhood in the young minds. The Teachers discussed about the importance of this festival and that Eid is a time to share happiness. The students were involved in Mosque making activity based on the theme of Eid in which they also learnt to draw and colour the moon and stars. Students greeted each other ‘EID Mubarak’ with love and affection. Both teachers and children enjoyed the Eid celebration wholeheartedly
The Prophet of Islam, Muhammad, is reported to have said, “It is a tradition that has come down to us from Abraham.” The Feast of Sacrifice dates from the historic event when Prophet Abraham was commanded by God, in a form of a dream vision, to sacrifice his son, Ishmail. “This festival is an occasion to share and care and show compassion towards the needy and the poor,”. The day is generally celebrated with preparations of a feast and family get together. To inculcate knowledge about Eid-Ul-Adha and to celebrate the auspicious festival the students of Class 4 made beautiful posters of a Mosque and the 5 pillars of Islam with great zeal and fervour.
Festivals are perceived as an important part of education as they can help to create a sense of national or cultural community among the students. Celebration of festivals brings students closer to traditional beliefs. Eid was celebrated to enlighten the students about the spirit of the festival and spreading the message of love and brotherhood in the young minds. The Teachers discussed the importance of this festival and that Eid is a time to share happiness. A Special Assembly was also conducted by Class 5 students.
The students of Class I celebrated the International Tiger Day on 29th July 2022. The teachers informed the students about the need to protect the natural habitat of Tigers and spread awareness about Conservation of Tigers. The students made tiger masks in a craft activity. The activity was concluded by taking a pledge
Tiger Tiger burning bright
Will not fade from sight
That is my promise
And for you we will fight.
SAVE THE TIGERS.
The International Tiger Day is observed to raise awareness about Tiger conservation. To promote this cause, Class 2 organised various activities on 29 July 2022. The students were made aware about the need to protect the natural habitat of tigers. The students were involved in an art and craft activity in which they created Tiger bookmarks. The students also suggested different ways in which they can make some valuable contribution to this noble cause. The event concluded with an activity in which students gave adjectives associated with the Tiger.
To commemorate Kargil Vijay Diwas, the students of Class 1 expressed their heartfelt homage to the martyrs of Indian Armed Forces who sacrificed their lives and won the war at Kargil by participating in a tri-coloured hand band making activity. The activity was conducted in order to instill a sense of patriotism in the students. At the end students sang patriotic songs and filled the entire atmosphere with patriotism.
To celebrate and honor our Kargil heroes, the students of Class 2 commemorated the day by making the National Flag using pulses. Some students also spoke about the significance of the day. They also expressed gratitude towards the soldiers protecting our Nation’s borders and how difficult life must be for them and yet, because of their undying love and dedication for their country, they brave everything to ensure that we live peacefully.
International Tigers Day is celebrated worldwide every year on 29th July to raise awareness about this magnificent but endangered big cat. The students of Class 3 celebrated this day with
great zeal and enthusiasm. They were shown video regarding this endangered species and a healthy discussion was conducted to share views about how we can preserve our National Animal.
To commemorate Kargil Vijay Diwas, the students remembered the sacrifice of our brave soldiers by singing patriotic songs and dancing of them as well. They also discussed their views on freedom and how respectful is the job of a soldier. The children also sketched and drew soldiers in camouflage.
On the occasion of Kargil Vijay Diwas, the students of Class 4 presented a Special Programme commemorating India’s triumph at Kargil 20 years ago in 1999 in a Special Morning Assembly. The children spoke about India’s victory and the importance of the Day. The students also presented an enjoyable and rhythmic dance routine on patriotic songs. Another group of students presented a song declaring their love for India. A student recited a poem paying tribute to our brave martyrs who laid down their lives for our motherland. The entire presentation was appreciated by everyone.
The importance of Kargil Vijay Diwas was explained to the students of Class 5, with an aim to inculcate true Patriotism in them. The students expressed their views by writing and drawing them and sharing them with the class. The feeling of love and respect for our brave soldiers was clearly visible in the students’ drawings.
The auspicious festival of Raksha Bandhan was celebrated by Class 1 by organizing a Rakhi making activity. The children displayed their talents and made various colourful Rakhis that exhibited their originality and creative little minds. The children thoroughly enjoyed this activity that tickled their creativity. The students were excited to take their handmade Rakhis home.
The Rakhi festival depicts the bond of love between brother and sister. The Class 2 students celebrated this festival with great zest and zeal. They were involved in a Rakhi making activity using match sticks, beads, ribbons and other decorative material. The kids participated enthusiastically. The Teachers also narrated religious stories related to the festival. The kids enjoyed the celebrations.
Raksha Bandhan is a Hindu festival of bond, care and affection among brothers and sisters. On this day sisters prepare pooja thali with kumkum, diya, rice, sweet and Rakhi. Sister ties Rakhi on brother’s wrist and applies ‘roli chawal’ on his forehead. The festival was celebrated by the students of Class 3 with joy. The students made Rakhis using waste material and also spoke about their love for their brothers and sisters. They also danced to the tunes of “Bhai aise hote hain……” and also sang the song “Bhaiya mere rakhi ke bandhan ko nibhana”. It was a day full of fun and enjoyment for the students.
To celebrate the occasion of Raksha Bandhan, the students of Class 4 came dressed in colourful attire. The significance of this day was discussed with them. The girls made beautiful Rakhis using decorative threads, stars, mirrors, pearls etc. and tied them on the boys’ wrists and in return boys gave small gifts to the girls as a token of love. The event was celebrated with full enthusiasm and zeal.
Raksha Bandhan is one of the most endearing ways to celebrate the bond between brothers and sisters. To strengthen this bond, the children of Class 5 came dressed in their best casuals and prepared beautiful handmade Rakhis using waste material. They used decorative threads, stars, mirrors, pearls and flowers for making beautiful Rakhis. The festival was celebrated with full enthusiasm and zeal.
The students of Class 1 celebrated India’s 76th Independence Day with patriotic zeal and fervour. The teachers discussed the role of freedom fighters in making India Independent. Some students drew and coloured the National flag, while others coloured outlined sketches of freedom fighters. The children were explained the significance of our National Flag. All the children sang the National Anthem with great pride and patriotism.
The Class 2 students celebrated Independence Day with immense pleasure. They all participated in an activity of making a tri-coloured flower garden using origami sheets. The teachers informed them about the importance of Independence Day and also explained to them about the 76th Independence Day that India is going to celebrate on 15th August this year. All the students waved their flags and sang the National Anthem. The students also celebrated this day by singing patriotic songs and also danced to foot tapping music. It was a memorable day.
The Independence Day is celebrated with great fervour in India every year on 15th August commemorating the Nation’s independence from the British on 15th August 1947. Like every year, this year also our School celebrated the 76th Independence Day with great joy and pomp. The students of Class 3 reverberated with enthusiasm during the Independence Day celebrations. They were informed about the relevance of the day. The Students were dressed in tri-coloured themed outfits and as some as national leaders and freedom fighters. They made beautiful Tulips representing the tri-colours of the National flag.
‘It is not enough to have just a politically independent India. What is also needed is to have an Indian nation where every citizen will have religious and political rights, so that every person will have equal opportunity to develop’ – so rightly said by Dr. B. R. Ambedkar. Independence Day is celebrated on 15th August of every year. This day comes with a zeal to remember the sacrifices made by our courageous freedom fighters. The students of Class 4 made wonderful tri-coloured fans and kites. Some students shook a leg on ‘Ae Watan Mere Abaad Rahe Tu’. The girls danced to ‘Des Rangeela’. All in all, the celebration filled the hearts of students with a strong feeling of patriotism.
The students of Class 5 celebrated the 76th Independence Day on 13th of August 2022 with great patriotic fervour and zeal. It started with the unfurling of the tri-coloured flag , followed by the National Anthem. This entailed a short celebration followed by making badges celebrating 75 years of Independence. The children also came up with writing slogans in English and Hindi on ‘Azadi’. They were apprised about the importance of celebrating this day.
Dressed as Radha and Krishna, the students of Class 1 added a sparkle of traditional touch to the entire Krishna Janmashtami celebration today. The story of Lord Krishna’s birth was enjoyed by the cute audience, and colouring and decorating his picture with great involvement enriched the celebration time. In the end, all the children ended the festival by sharing and eating sweets with their friends and their teachers.
Krishna Janmashtami was celebrated with great pomp and festivity by the tiny-tots of Class 2 on 18 August 22. Dressed as Radha and Krishna, the cute little ones added a traditional touch to the entire celebrations when they danced to the beat of Janmashtami songs, filling the air with joy and festive spirit. On this day students showcased their artistic skills by decorating a “Dahi Handi”. A Discussion on Lord Krishna’s life and his teachings was done by the teachers in the class. The students enjoyed the celebrations thoroughly.
“Gokul Mein Jo Karen Nivas
Gopiyo sang Jo rachaye raas
Devki Yashoda jinki Maiya
Aise Hamari Krishna Kanhaiya.”
Happy Janmashtami to everyone
The festival of Krishna Janmashtami was celebrated with full fervor and enthusiasm. The students of Class 3 looked adorable in traditional attire. They sang many bhajans and songs to celebrate this great festival. Various activities like Matki decoration, Flute decoration etc were conducted in the classroom. Overall everyone enjoyed the festival to the fullest.
Today is a very precious day , someone special was born to fight against inhumanity.
To mark the birth anniversary of Lord Krishna, the festival of Janmashtami was celebrated on August 18, 2022 by the students of Class 4 students with a lot of fervour and zeal. An activity of flute making and decorating the same using peacock feathers was done in the class by the students. The students were eager to show their talent. To seek the blessings of Lord Krishna, the significance of the day was discussed amongst the students by the teachers. The teachings of Lord Krishna were shared in the class. The students celebrated the occasion by singing and dancing with great joy.
The festival of Janamashtmi was celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm by the students of Class 5. Splendidly dressed in colourful attire,the students celebrated the occasion by singing and dancing joyfully on Krishna songs. They made beautiful drawings and paintings of Lord Krishna and decorated matkis with glitter and sparkles. Mythological stories about Radha and Krishna were shown to the students. A quiz based on Janamashtami was played with the students. Everyone had fun celebrating the occasion.
Teacher’s day is celebrated on 5th September each year on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, who was known as an amazing teacher and who was also the 2nd President of our Country. The students of Class 1 attended School dressed in their finest. The children enjoyed a Card making activity in which they made beautiful Teachers’ Day Cards.
The students of Class 2 celebrated the day by engaging in various activities to show their love for their teachers. The activities included speaking on the importance of the teacher, teaching the class the way your teacher does and dance performances. The students even dressed up like their ‘Gurus’ for the celebration and ended the day on a cheerful note.
“Not everyone has the patience of a saint, a heart of gold and dedication without end.”
“Because of you a child will feel loved. Because of you a child will believe they can reach the stars above.“
Teachers Day was celebrated with great joy and pomp by the students of Class 3. The classrooms reverberated with enthusiasm during the celebrations. The students were informed about the relevance of this day. The children came to School dressed in casuals and some also as Teachers. In a craft activity they made beautiful Greeting Cards for their Teachers.
To celebrate Teachers’ Day a Special assembly was conducted by the students of Class 3 to 5. They performed with great zest and zeal. The students of Class 4 made beautiful Greeting Cards and handmade red roses for their Teachers. The day was celebrated with great enthusiasm.
Teachers’ Day is celebrated in India every year on 5th September to appreciate the role played by teachers in the life of students–the leaders of tomorrow. The day is also celebrated to pay tribute to Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, former President of the country and a visionary educator. Teachers provide the power of knowledge and education and create possibilities for a better future. To celebrate the day the students of Class 5 had prepared songs, poems for their teachers and also shared their experiences. The entire presentation was applauded by everyone present and will always remain a beautiful memory in the hearts of one and all present.
हिंदी दिवस के अवसर पर कक्षा 1 के छात्रों ने इस अवसर को बड़े उत्साह के साथ मनाया। इस दिन राजभाषा के रूप में हिंदी की स्वीकृति का प्रतीक है। यह दिन युवा पीढ़ी को हिंदी को अपनाने और उपयोग करने के लिए प्रेरित करने के लिए मनाया जाता है अधिक से अधिक भाषा। समारोह की शुरुआत दिन के परिचय और महत्व के साथ हुई। छात्रों ने हिंदी दिवस पर आधारित वीडियो देखे। छात्रों के साथ समारोह का समापन हिंदी दिवस पर आधारित एक पोस्टर तैयार करना।
हिंदी हमारी शान है
देश का अभिमान है
कक्षा 2 के छात्रों ने उत्साह के साथ हिंदी दिवस मनाया। छात्रों ने हिंदी दिवस पर सुंदर पोस्टर बनाए और अभिनव नारे लिखे। हिन्दी के महत्व पर भी चर्चा हुई। शिक्षकों ने छात्रों को बिना किसी झिझक के अपने दैनिक जीवन में हिंदी का उपयोग करने और अपने राष्ट्रीय का सम्मान करने के लिए प्रोत्साहित किया।
Gandhi Jayanti was celebrated with zeal on October 3, 2022. To imbibe the true meaning of the day and follow glorious trails of the noble soul towards evolving a peaceful and prosperous world, a informative session was organised by the teachers in the class. The students of the Class 1 paid a creative homage to Gandhi ji by making thoughtful posters. The students were told about the significance of the day. The teacher told the students to follow the footsteps of the Father of the Nation and to be self-reliant like him. She encouraged them to spread the crusade of cleanliness. Gandhian ideals were depicted through the activity which the students presented in an eloquent manner. Inspired by Gandhian values and thoughts, all the students vowed to become better citizens.
The students of Class 2 celebrated the Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi day by making a Charkha, the famous symbol of Mahatma Gandhi. All the students showcased their creativity. Students were told about the significance of this day by the teachers. The students also had a healthy classroom discussion about Mahatma Gandhi, his teachings and his contribution to Indian Independence. All the students participated in the event with great zest and zeal.
Gandhi ji was the man of simple living and high thinking which has been set as an example to us. He was a great person who struggled a lot and played a significant role in the achievement of freedom for India from British rule. The students of Class 3 celebrated Gandhi Jayanti commencing with an introduction given by the teachers in their respective classes followed by discussions on the contributions of Gandhi Ji towards our society. In a craft activity the students designed Gandhi Ji’s spectacles using black lentils. The students were happy and enjoyed a lot while doing the activity.
“Strength does not come from physical capacity, it comes from indomitable will”.
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
To instill the values and teachings of Gandhi Ji in students, Class 4 celebrated Gandhi Jayanti on 1st October 2022. Students were taught and explained about non-violence, truth & honesty, forgiveness, perseverance and mindfulness. A Video on the Dandi march (Salt Satyagraha) was shown to the students and they were informed about its importance. Students wrote slogans and made a sketch of Gandhi Ji. They also sang ‘Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram’. It was a day full of learning and excitement.
The patriotic feelings of the students of Class 5 were instigated with the celebrations of Gandhi Jayanti, which marks the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of the Nation. The day’s celebrations kicked off with the students singing Bapu’s favourite bhajan Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram. This was followed by showing the students a short film on the life of Gandhiji and his role in India’s freedom movement. The students made cut-outs of the Gandhi Ji’s 3 monkeys and posters inscribed with inspiring lines depicting how father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi had shown tireless efforts to free India from the British Raj.
On 4th October 2022, the students of Class 1 celebrated Dussehra with great zeal and enthusiasm. The activity commenced by giving an introduction on ‘Dussehra’ and why is it celebrated and its significance that it spreads victory of Lord Rama over the ten-headed demon, Ravana. The children exhibited their creativity skills by making puppets of Ravana using bindis, glitters and mirrors. The celebrations concluded by sharing the scrumptious snacks which the students had brought from home. Everyone enjoyed the day.
The students of Class 2 celebrated Dussehra by dressing as characters from the Ramayana and presenting a small role play. This was followed by a discussion on the story behind the festival and how the students celebrate the festival at home – going to melas, watching Ramleela, Ravan-dahan, etc. The celebration culminated by the students making a Ravana effigy using paper cups. The students enjoyed the craft activity and expressed how they would be burning this effigy on Dussehra and mark the victory of good over evil.
Dussehra, also called Vijayadashami, is the culmination of the nine-day Navratri celebrations. It is a festival that marks the killing of Ravan, his son Meghanath and brother Kumbhakarn by Lord Rama. On 4th October, 2022 the students of Class 3 celebrated Dussehra with great enthusiasm. They were shown a short-animated story of Ramleela symbolizing the power of truth and victory of good over evil. They also made effigy of Ravana. The celebration was a great learning experience about our rich Indian culture and values for all.
‘No matter how powerful the evil, the truth always attains victory’.
Dussehra was celebrated by the students of Class 4 by making beautiful face masks of Ravana using their creative bent of mind. They used decorative material in order to make their mask stand out. Some students spoke about the relevance of this festival thereby highlighting the iconic scenes from the Ramayana viz the Sita Haran. They also spoke about the inner bad qualities that they wish to put an end to. All in all, it was an insightful celebration and concluded with the cheering of this immense victory by saying ‘Jai Shri Ram’.
Dussehra, the festival that marks the victory of good over evil was celebrated with much gaiety, zeal and enthusiasm by the students of Class 5. The students took pledge to follow the path of truth.They were shown videos on the important incidents from the Ramayana. A Role play was also performed by the students. Students made craft items like the golden deer, mask of Ravana, bow and arrow with the help of ice cream sticks. It was a joyful interactive and learning session.
The Diwali celebrations at School often mean a festive look with diyas and lanterns adorning the Class. The activities permeate the School premises with an atmosphere of togetherness and hope. The students of Class 2 celebrated the festival of Diwali with great enthusiasm. The young students proved that creativity and talent do not have boundaries. It started with a solemn prayer to the almighty and a beautiful thought that filled our hearts and minds with love and harmony. The students talked about the significance of the festival – how good always conquers evil and also about why and how Diwali is celebrated across India. Besides sensitizing students about the ill-effects of crackers, they also shared the guidelines of environment-friendly options for celebrating Diwali. On this day students turned into artist and they created beautiful rangoli using paper craft. Everyone enjoyed the celebrations wholeheartedly.
The auspicious occasion celebrates the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance and good over evil. It is the most awaited time of the year in the Indian subcontinent. Diwali was celebrated on October 21,2022 by Class 4 with a lot of fervour and zeal. An activity of Lanterns making and decorating of the same was done. They used coloured papers, mirrors and stones to decorate their Lanterns. The students were excited to showcase their talent. To seek the blessings of Lord Rama, Lord Ganesha and Goddess Laxmi the significance of the day was shared amongst the kids. The students celebrated the occasion by depicting a role-play from the Ramayana followed by a dance performance.
Diwali festivities started with cheerful faces, ethnic dresses and colourful Rangolis. The Class 5 students conducted a special assembly on the occasion of such an auspicious festival Deepawali. The students made beautiful diyas, and decorated them. Some of the students also made Torans. Girls made attractive Rangoli designs. The children also decorated their classrooms with hand made lamps. All of them exchanged sweets and had a Diwali party. The day was full of fun and they celebrated with great enthusiasm. Last but not the least, the significance of Bhai Dooj was also explained in the Class.
To observe the auspicious occasion of Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s Jayanti, the children of Class 1 presented a special assembly on 7th November ’22. The students came dressed in traditional Sikh attire and the assembly commenced with a prayer followed by a demonstration of the customary ‘Prabhat Pheri’. Some students then came forward to share useful information relating to the life and teachings of Guru Nanak Dev ji. The teachings of Guru Nanak Dev was the highlight of the programme. The students marked the Parkash Utsav with various activities. They also shared useful information relating to the life and teachings of Guru Nanak Dev besides singing Shabads and holy hymns.
Serenity and calmness floated in the air with the beautiful humming of the shabads and it paved the way for a very fruitful and productive day for all. The festival was celebrated by all the students with great pride, honor and respect. Also, educators added that the students through celebrations must have learnt the acts of offering of food for bhakti (devotion) and seva (service).
To celebrate the birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the first Guru of the Sikhs with the students of Class 2 in their online classes the teachers discussed the significance of Gurpurab. The students also shared their experiences of witnessing NAGAR KEERTAN and PRAGAT PHERI. They students participated in a craft activity in which they made A little Sikh Boy and displayed their creativity. It was a day of celebration and students enjoyed to their brim.
“As fragrance abides in the flower,
As reflection is within the mirror,
So does your Lord abide within you,
Then why search him Outside”
Guru Nanak Dev Ji
The birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji was celebrated with great enthusiasm and fervour by the students of Class 3. Children were told about the first Guru of the Sikh religion Guru Nanak Dev Ji. They were also told that Guru Nanak Dev Ji always believed that we should follow the path of universal brotherhood and harmony. The children looked very impressive as they were dressed in kurta- pyjama/ Salwar-suit and they also sang Shabads. A Candle decoration was also conducted during the online class which made the event more informative and interactive.
The students of Class 4 celebrated Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s birth anniversary with great devotion and reverence. A serene and calm atmosphere was created by the soothing shabads sung by the budding singers in the class. The students paid tribute to Guru Nanak Dev Ji by spreading his divine message of harmony, humility and equality through poems and speeches. The celebration ended with great zeal and fervour. Some students recited verses from the Gurbani and the teachings of Guru Nanak Dev ji were shared with the students. The children were urged to follow the path of universal brotherhood and peace to promote national integration and communal harmony.
Guru Nanak Jayanti which marks the birth anniversary of the first Sikh guru was celebrated with great zeal by the students of Class 5. The celebration started by showing them the story explaining Guru Nanak’s life, teachings, philosophy and contribution to society. The students also enjoyed decorating the candle using the waste material and later were asked to visit gurudwara and light their decorated candles there. A few children sang shabads. The teachers threw light on the life of and teachings of Guru Nanak Dev.
‘There is no Garden as beautiful as childhood’. Every child is a different kind of flower.
A day marking the celebration of childhood. Children’s day was celebrated to pay tribute to our legendary freedom fighter and our first Prime Minister of India, Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru. The celebrations began by dancing, moving and enjoying all together by the children of Class 1 and teachers. The teachers also discussed the significance of celebrating Children’s day every year, and how Chacha Nehru deeply loved children. Not only this they also had an interesting activity of playing ‘role play your role model’, in which children portrayed the character of the person who is their role model. They wore costumes, made hairstyles, put on makeup and used props, and then they spoke a few lines on their role model. This activity was enjoyed by all the kids with great interest and excitement. Along with this, children also made beautiful cards in which they made a paper candy to recall their best sweet moments and decorated it creatively. All the kids were buzzing with excitement and joy. The celebration ended in a beautiful resonance lingering in everybody’s mind. The entire celebration was applauded by everybody and will always remain memorable in the memory of one and all.
It is a joyful day for all the children and teachers. In order to celebrate this day, students of Class 2 conducted a special assembly in which they presented a stupendous dance performance, a speech and a poem recitation which were totally based on children. They participated with great excitement and zeal and gave their best to make this day special. In an art and craft activity the students made Rose Badges using colorful papers. All the students were very happy and they enjoyed the day a lot.
“Children are the best creation of God , they spread joy and happiness all around. “
Children’s Day was celebrated with great joy and pomp on 14th November. The students of Class 3 reverberated with enthusiasm during the Children’s Day celebrations. They came dressed in bright colourful casuals. the teachers informed the students about the relevance of this day. To commemorate the occasion, the students made beautiful bookmarks and celebrated the day with great enthusiasm.
Children are loved by everyone and are blessed by God. They conquer our hearts with their beautiful eyes, innocent activities and smiles.
Class 4 celebrated Children’s day with joy and fun. Everyone participated in various activities like poem recitation, dance and singing. The children made a beautiful pen-stand using waste bottles and decoration material. The students were happy throughout the celebrations.
Brimming with energy and enthusiasm, the students of Class 5 celebrated Children’s Day with great fanfare. Dressed in their best casuals, they were made to play a plethora of games. Videos on the life of Chacha Nehru were shown to them. The students also danced to some foot tapping music on Children’s Day songs. They made beautiful cards and also presented an enactment on their family members, friends and teachers. They made a collage of some of their childhood pictures and had to identify their classmates. The celebrations were thoroughly enjoyed by all.
The festival of Christmas is celebrated to commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ, observed both as a religious and cultural celebration among billions of people around the world. On this day the students of Class 1 celebrated Christmas by making star hangings, a 3-D Christmas tree. They all watched a Christmas story along with their snacks and munchies.
To celebrate the festival of Christmas the students of Class 2 discussed the significance of the festival in the class and how they celebrate it with their friends and family. The kids dressed as Santas and Reindeers distributed toffees in the school. They showcased their creativity by making Glittery Christmas Trees. The kids were really excited while making their cute trees and enjoyed themselves thoroughly.
Christmas is for joy, for giving and sharing, for laughter, for coming together with family and friends. It was surely a Christmas to remember at Cambridge Foundation School. The Classes wore a festive look with bells, streamers and a beautifully decorated Christmas tree. Several activities such as decorating Christmas Trees and Stockings, making Santa caps and Hand-crafted bells were organized for the students of Class 3. The children were told about the birth of Lord Jesus and the legend of Santa Claus. The spirit of giving and sharing was inculcated among the tiny tots. The essence of Christmas came alive when Santa Clause himself went into the classes.The boundless joy of celebrating the festival was amply visible on the faces of the children especially when Santa moved around distributing sweets to them. The delightful celebration included children coming in red and white coloured party dress, bringing their favourite food for lunch, dancing and sharing the merriment together.
Jesus Christ was the light of the world and had come to save people from all their sins.
“Christmas is like candy; it slowly melts in your mouth sweetening every taste bud, making you wish it could last forever.”
The students of Class 4 celebrated Christmas with gaiety and joy. The kids participated in the Wreath making activity, they made the wreath using some hand cut outs and decorative material. The children also sang Christmas carols and they all were dressed up beautifully in the red and white attire. The students were happy throughout the celebration.
Class 5 celebrated Christmas in all its joy and happiness. Christmas brings cheer and love and we celebrated it with the same fervour, spreading the message of love and joy among our children. Our angels danced to the joyful Christmas tunes. The celebration commenced with a video showing the birth of Jesus Christ and his teachings. The children decorated the tree with bells, stockings, candles and gifts in a creative fashion. Adorned in red and white, the children wrote the blessing cards and wrapped gifts for the needy people. The celebrations ended with prayers and seeking blessings from the Almighty.
The students of Class 1 students celebrated Lohri and Makar Sankranti in their online classes. The teachers explained the importamce of the festivals and why they are celebrated. The children enjoyed the paper bonfire making activity and kite making activity with their peers. The importance of the harvest festival helped to inculcate moral values like politeness, sharing, respect towards elders, and respect for nature.
The students of Class 2 celebrated the auspicious festival of Lohri & Makar Sankranti on the virtual podium with the same enthusiasm and eagerness as they do in school premises. They celebrated with a lot of exuberance and fanfare as the harvest festival of Lohri to mark the end of the winter season.The teachers informed them on the sanctity of Makar Sankranti. On this day children turned into artists and they crafted the kites by using bits of paper. Moreover the students gave speeches, dance performances, recited poems, and sang traditional Lohri songs. The children also narrated how the harvest festival is celebrated in the various states of India. A candy segment was added to the celebration, which was an informative video through which the students were told about the significance of this festival. The importance of the four days, Bhogi, Makar Sankranti, Kanuma, and Mukkanuma were explained by the teachers.
Class 3 students celebrated Lohri and Makar Sankranti with gaiety in their online classes. The celebrations commenced with a short description given by the teachers explaining the significance of this festival. The students were told that Lohri is the popular winter festival which marks the end of the winter season. It is also a harvest festival. On this day a bonfire is lit and popcorn, rewari and groundnuts are thrown into the fire as an offering. All the students were dressed up in their best Punjabi attire. They all danced to Lohri songs. The celebrations concluded with the students making kites using origami sheets and match sticks.
Lohri and Makar Sankranti mark a new beginning for the harvest season. These are celebrated during the month of Paush or Magh with grandeur. Lohri is also said to be the shortest day of the year which commemorates the end of winter and the welcome of spring. People light bonfires and they dance around it, feeding popcorns and til pattis to the fire, praying for good health and prosperity. Makar Sankranti – also a harvest festival, is celebrated on 14th January.
The students of Class 4 celebrated Lohri & Makar Sankranti on the Online Platform. The students made beautiful cards showing a scene of a Bonfire using match sticks, popcorns, and colourful stones. The students were excited to showcase their talent. They were also shown a movie on Makar Sankranti, Pongal & Bihu- all harvest festivals celebrated in various parts of the country. The students were excited and happy throughout the celebration.
The students of Class 5 were all charged up with energy and enthusiasm for the Lohri and Makar Sankranti celebrations in their online classes. Dressed in colourful traditional attire they shared their experiences of how the festival is celebrated by them. They were informed that harvest festivals are also celebrated in different parts of the country as Pongal and Bihu. Lohri songs were played and the students enjoyed dancing on these songs. They decorated kites and made beautiful craft items as well. The atmosphere resonated with sounds of happiness and beating of the drums.
On the occasion of the 74th Republic Day , Students of Class I, celebrated this day by making “Tri-coloured Butterfly Stick”. They were also informed why we celebrate this day and who would be the Chief Guest on Republic Day Parade. The students contributed their love and gratitude towards our country by their wonderful dance performances in the special morning assembly. The students also sang patriotic songs. The celebration ended with National Anthem.
The special occasion of our 74th Republic Day was celebrated by the students of Class 2 on 25th January. The children participated in an art activity involving Thumb Painting on the picture of the Indian flag and they also made Tri-coloured sandwiches in the class. Teachers informed them about the importance of this Day. They were shown videos related to the occasion. The students enjoyed the celebrations.
The students of Class 3 celebrated Republic Day with great energy and happiness along with a feeling of patriotism. They all were dressed in tri-coloured clothes. The celebration commenced with a short introduction given by the teacher making the students aware about the reason for celebrating Republic Day. They were told that on 26th January 1950 Indian Constitution came into force and was framed by Dr. B. R. Ambedkar. Since then every year this day is celebrated as Republic Day by the whole nation. Then students came forward and shared their views on Republic Day. To conclude this day, tri-coloured map of India was made by the students using the tearing and pasting method.
The 74th Republic Day was celebrated with pomp and show, zeal and spirit by the students of Class 4. The School premises was tastefully decorated with flower-pots, buntings, pictures of heroes of the freedom movement and national flags. To commemorate the special occasion, the students made beautiful tri-coloured puppets and paper bags with great enthusiasm.
The students of Class 5 had a grand celebration of Republic Day in the special assembly. The day started with the singing of patriotic songs and reading speeches of some eminent freedom fighters. The students were informed about the importance of this day as one on which the Constitution of India came into effect. Students made their own Constitution book with rules to be followed at School and at home. They made tri-coloured badges and many came dressed in tri-coloured attire. The Students recited patriotic poems and chanted slogans. The air was filled with patriotic fervour.
The students of Class 2 celebrated Maha Shivratri with full zeal and enthusiasm. The celebrations began with the students watching a video on the relevance of the festival and why it is celebrated. This was followed by a craft work activity of making a Dumroo and Trishul, symbols of Lord Shiva, using paper cups and pencils. The students thoroughly enjoyed the celebration.
The students of Class 4 celebrated Maha Shivratri with great devotion and reverence, commemorating the wedding of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. The students enjoyed watching a movie on Lord Shiva helped them understand the religious value of this festival. The children made beautiful posters and drawings related to the festival. The children also enjoyed dancing on popular Shivratri related music.
Maha Shivratri was celebrated with great enthusiasm and religious fervor by the students of Class 5, marking the overcoming of darkness and ignorance. The students including staff members initiated the occasion by offering prayers to Lord Shiva. The children participated exuberantly in a Damru and Trishul making activity. Their efforts were appreciated as they displayed their creativity and innovativeness. A class discussion was also held on the importance of celebrating this day. It was a joyful day for all.