Celebrating Basant Panchami

The students of Class 3 celebrated Basant Panchami with great enthusiasm. This time, Students were engaged in the poster making activity where they displayed various objects like veena, books, swan, white lotus etc. to symbolize wisdom and learning. Yellow representing Spring is the predominant colour associated with Basant Panchami, so the children enjoyed several traditional dishes that they brought in their tiffins like halwa, khichdi, fruit salad etc. To conclude the session the students were asked to take the blessings by reciting a prayer. The session was really insightful and positive.

Dedicated to Goddess Saraswati, Basant Panchami marks the arrival of the Spring season in India. Saraswati is the Goddess of knowledge, music, learning and arts. It is believed that without her blessings, the world would be shrouded in ignorance, as she represents enlightenment. 

The students of Class 4 celebrated Basant Panchami with great zeal and enthusiasm.The celebration commenced with rendition of Saraswati Vandana. Thereafter, children were apprised regarding the significance of celebrating the festival. Traditional dishes and food with yellow hues were also  brought by the students to mark the occasion. As the assessments are round the corner, it was conveyed to the students that they must define their goals, prioritize their studies, plan and schedule their lessons so that they can attain success.

The students of Class 5 celebrated Basant Panchami by enthusiastically engaging themselves in the process of making sunflowers using dry clay, and paper. They were apprised of the significance of the festival and that it represents the oncoming of Spring.

Republic Day Celebrations

On 25th January the students of Class 1 showcased a beautiful performance on patriotic songs and gave tribute to Indian soldiers.They made a Tri-coloured dream catcher using paper cut-outs and decorative material. In the end they sang patriotic songs and some students spoke about our soldiers.

To instill a sense of understanding and enthusiasm about Republic Day, the students of Class 2 engaged in a thoughtful classroom activity. The session commenced with the screening of an informative video, highlighting the historical background and significance of Republic Day. The teacher led a discussion to ensure the young minds grasped the essence of the occasion. Following the discussion, the students eagerly participated in a creative endeavor – crafting tri-color badges. The teacher provided additional insights into the significance of the tri-colors in the national flag – saffron for courage and sacrifice, white for truth and peace, and green for faith, valor, and fertility. The children absorbed these teachings with wide-eyed fascination.

Class 3 celebrated the Republic Day with great joy and pride wearing beautiful tri-coloured traditional attire. They watched a recording of the Republic Day parade and were explained the significance of the armed forces and troops. They were informed about our Nation’s Constitution which is the world’s longest Constitution and the rich heritage of our country. The students made flags using paper fans, and danced to patriotic songs. Indeed, it was a memorable day for all students for their great learning experience.

The Republic Day celebrations serve as a reminder of our Nation’s rich heritage and the need to uphold the principles enshrined in the Constitution of India. Class 4 students celebrated Republic day with zeal and fervour. Everyone participated in the card making activity, doll making representing Unity in Diversity, created tri-colored wrist bands using decoration material. The students sang patriotic songs with enthusiasm. Students enjoyed a movie showing the importance of the Constitution of India and also danced to the tunes of the song ‘kandho se milte hain kandhe….’ The students were happy throughout the celebration.

The students of Class 5 had a grand celebration of Republic day in the Assembly Area. Dances graced the entire show with their scintillating dance performances which enthralled the audiences. To continue the celebrations in the Class 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 in school and at home. Some students also recited patriotic poems. The air was filled with patriotic fervour.

Celebrating Lohri And Maka Sankranti

The festival of Lohri was celebrated in the online mode by the students of Class 2 on 13th January. The tiny-tots showcased their talent by making creative and colourful hanging using popcorns and groundnut peels. In addition, our young minders gleefully sang Punjabi boliyaan and Lohri folk songs. Prayers were offered for peace and prosperity of one and all. The positive vibes of Lohri filled the air with happiness. The celebrations of the festival of joy, thrill and excitement concluded with a promise that they will respect their elders.

Lohri- one of the most significant festivals of our Nation, was celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm by the students of Class 4 virtually. To bring more light and brightness in  our and in others’ lives, the celebration of Lohri brought a great sense of belonging, togetherness and optimism. The activity began with a great performance by students on a traditional Lohri song which was played in the online class. All the students sang and danced beautifully. Following this, the importance and the history of Lohri was shared by the teacher through a video and the children also expressed their views on the festival. The students shared their creativity through an art-making activity in which they drew a scene of  bonfire by using sticks and tissue papers, reflecting the eminence a light of hope in the darkest times and the beginning of new times.

The students of Class 5 were all charged up with energy and enthusiasm for the Lohri and Makar Sankranti online celebrations. Dressed in their colourful traditional attire they shared their experiences of how they celebrate the festival.  They were informed that these harvest festivals  are also celebrated in different parts of the country as Ppongal and Bihu. Lohri songs were played and the students enjoyed dancing on these songs. They decorated kites and made beautiful craft items as well.

Commemorating Veer Bal Diwas

Veer Bal Diwas is observed to pay honour and tribute to the sacrifices made by Sahibzaada Zorawar Singh and Sahibzaada Fateh Singh. On this day Mughal forces under Aurangzeb’s order killed Sahibzada Zorawar Singh, who was just six years old, and Fateh Singh, who was only nine. In order to celebrate this day, a few students in Class 3 came dressed as SAHIBZAADAS. The teachers discussed the significance of the special day and narrated the story of  the martyrdom of sons of Sri Guru Gobind Singh – Sahibzaadas Baba Zorawar Singh Ji and Baba Fateh Singh Ji. Sahibzaadas shook hands with the students, clicked photographs with them and everyone thanked them for the sacrifice they made.

The students of Class 4 paid homage to Sahibzaadas Baba Zorawar Singh Ji and Baba Fateh Singh Ji, by observing Veer Bal Diwas. The teachers narrated the story of the two martyrs. To further understand their journey and sacrifices, students were shown a movie on the same which is dedicated to their life and legacy. The students also performed a simple role play. At the end everyone paid homage to these young heroes on Veer Bal Diwas, and students were told to carry forward their legacy of bravery and righteousness.

The students of Class 5 celebrated the pious day by learning about the the two brave Sahizaades and their ultimate sacrifice and their martyrdom from the teachers. The children were also shown a short film about them. 

Christmas Celebrations


Christmas is the festival which inspires the spirit of sharing and caring. The students of Class 2 celebrated Christmas on 22nd December 2020. The students came to School dressed in Reds and Whites.The teachers informed the children as to why Christmas is celebrated. Everyone sang melodious carols. They were also shown a movie about the birth of Christ. In a craft activity the children made Christmas Trees using Ice cream sticks and decorated them beautifully. Dancing to the melody of Jingle Bells and We Wish You A Merry Christmas conclude the joyful celebrations.

Christmas is the festival which inspires the spirit of sharing and caring. Christmas celebrations were held on 22nd December 2023, with the students of Class 3. The classes were beautifully decorated and everybody came dressed in red and white. The celebrations started with the information about Christmas and why it is.  celebrated by the respective teachers in their classes. In a craft activity the students made a cut-out of Santa’s face. The event ended with cheerful Christmas greetings as the students danced to the melodious tunes of ‘Jingle Bells’ and ‘We wish you a merry Christmas.’ The boundless joy of celebrating the festival was visible on the faces of all the children. It was a joyous and amusing day for everyone.

Jesus Christ was the light of the world and had come to save people from all sins.

“Christmas is not a myth, not a tradition, not a dream. It is a glorious reality’

The students of Class 4 celebrated Christmas with joy and cheerfulness. Everyone participated in a pencil cap making activity. The students made a Santa pencil cap using air dry clay, and created Santa’s house using decoration material. The students came to school dressed beautifully in the red and white attires. The students were also shown a movie on the birth of Christ which they enjoyed very much. The children sang carols and also danced to the tunes of ‘Jingle Bells…….’. The students were happy throughout the celebrations.

“To cherish peace and goodwill, to be plenteous in mercy is to have the real.”

Christmas is the festival which inspires the spirit of sharing and caring. Christmas celebrations at CFS were held on 22nd December with great fervor and enthusiasm. The boundless joy of celebrating this festival was evident on the faces of the students. The children of Class 5 were apprised about Jesus Christ and the significance of Christmas through a Christmas story and inspired them to help and support needy people and spread the feeling of joy and happiness. The children carried home the message of sharing and caring as well as the pleasure and pride of spreading peace, true to the spirit of the celebration.

Celebrating World Disability Day

International Day of Persons with Disabilities was celebrated by students of Class 2 on 8th December. The observance of the Day aims to promote an understanding of disability issues and mobilize support for the dignity, rights and well-being of persons with disabilities. It also seeks to increase awareness of gains to be derived from the integration of persons with disabilities in every aspect of political, social, economic and cultural life. The theme for the IDPD 2023 is “United in action to rescue and achieve the SDGs for, with and by persons with disabilities”. Various activities such as showing of informative Videos on ‘Disability’, Poster making and a Pledge by the students were conducted in the class. Students promised to be inclusive today, tomorrow and forever.

World Disability Day was celebrated by the students of Class 4, marked with a vibrant poster-making activity, where students showcased their creativity in conveying messages of empowerment and inclusivity. The event provided a platform for students to express their understanding of disability issues through colorful and impactful posters. The resulting showcase not only adorned the school walls but also served as a catalyst for meaningful discussions on diversity and empathy. Teachers added depth to the commemoration, sharing personal stories that resonated with the students. Overall, the event successfully combined artistic expression with educational insights, fostering a more inclusive atmosphere within the school community.

Celebrating Guru Nanak Dev Jayanti

Gurpurab is a day to remember Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s selfless service to people. Guru Nanak Jayanti or Guru Nanak Gurpurab is celebrated to mark the birth anniversary of the first Sikh Guru, Guru Nanak Dev.It is an important festival of the Sikhs. This festival is also called Guru Nanak Prakash parv of Guru Nanak Jayanti. The students of Classes 1 & 2 created the Sikh symbol Ek Onkar using decorative mater

The students of Class 5 celebrated Gurupurab with great enthusiasm and religious fervour. The day started with the teacher enlightening the students with stories from the life and teachings of Guru Nanak Devji. The students recited shabads and narrated incidents from the life of Guru Nanak Devji. They also made bookmarks writing a teaching of the great sikh guru on them. Videos based on the life and teachings of the Guru Nanak Devji were also shown to them.

Dussehra Celebrations

Dussehra the Hindu festival that marks the victory of Lord Rama over Ravana. The period is also celebrated to mark the victory of Goddess Durga over the demon Mahishasura and the end of Navratri. Dussehra or Vijyadashami signifies the victory of good over evil and as per the Hindu calendar, it falls on the tenth day of Ashwin or Kartik months. On 20th October the students of Class 1 used paper cutouts, ice cream sticks, and decorative materials to create three-dimensional Ravan masks. They also enjoyed a movie on Ramayana and learnt about the importance of Vijay Dashmi.

After a fabulous presentation of the Ramayana in a special assembly the students of Class 2 continued the Dussehra celerbations in class. The teacher informed the students of about the importance of the festival of Dussehra and the story of Lord Rama and Ravana, using age-appropriate stories and illustrations to make it engaging and understandable. In a craft activity, the students were  given a blank white mask and were encouraged to use their creativity to design a Ravana mask. They used markers, crayons, and other materials to draw Ravana’s ten heads and decorate the mask. The children displayed their artistic creations with pride.

The Dussehra celebration with the students of Class 3 commenced by telling the significance of this day to the students by their respective teachers. They also shared their views and sang hymns in praise of Lord Rama. An activity was conducted in which a face mask of Ravana was made and decorated by the students using material like stones, mirrors etc. The children also watched a movie on Ramayana on the smart boards.

An interactive session was held in the school with students of Class 4 to celebrate the festival of Dussehra, aimed at educating them about the significance and traditions of this auspicious festival. The students on this occasion made beautiful posters on Ramayana characters. A movie based on Ramayana was also shown. The session was a great success, providing students with a deep understanding of the festival’s significance and traditions. It encouraged them to appreciate the cultural and religious diversity of India.  Students actively participated by narrating the key episodes. The event not only served as an educational opportunity but also as a source of enjoyment and togetherness for the school community.

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 were enlightened about the story leading to the celebration of this festival. Students were shown videos on important incidents from the Ramayana. A Role play was also done by the students. Students made craft items like the golden deer, mask of Ravana, bow and arrow etc. It was a joyful interactive and learning session.

Celebrating Janmashtmi

To celebrate the auspicious festival of Janmashtmi the students of Class 1 presented a Special Assembly on the occasion depicting Lord Krishna’s birth, Dahi Handi, and Radha Krishna Leela. In the class activity, the children made Krishna portraits decorated with mirrors, stones. Everyone celebrated the day with great zeal and enthusiasm.

The Class 2 children celebrated Janmashtmi with joy and gaiety. They were engaged in a Matki Decoration activity, decorating the Matki with colourful ribbons, Gotas and beads. The students also saw a video related to the festival. Everyone enjoyed a lot.

The students of Class 4 celebrated Krishna Janmashtami with full enthusiasm, fervor and devotion that one can associate with this divine festival. An Instrumental tribute was also paid to Lord Krishna. In an art and craft activity the children drew beuatiful Krishna Posters. The happy faces of our children made the festival even happier.

The students of Class 5 celebrated Janmashtami with mirth and joy. They had decorated the Matkis and flutes using a variety of decorative material. The significance of celebrating this festival was also explained to the children.

Celebrating Rakshabandhan

The festival of Rakhi or Rakshabandhan celebrates the bond between brothers and sisters. Sisters tie a ceremonial thread called a “Rakhi” on their brothers’ wrist as a symbol of love, protection, and goodwill. The students of Class 1 celebrated this day by making Rakhis and 3D cards for each other. Moreover, they enjoyed the day by sharing gifts and sweets. They also expressed their love through a wonderful dance performance.

The tiny tots of Class 2 celebrated the festival of Rakshabandhan with great zeal and endeavour. The main objective behind celebrating ‘Raksha Bandhan’ was to make the children aware of the virtuous bond of love between a brother and a sister which is one of the deepest and noblest of all human emotions. The children were dressed in their festive best for the celebrations. They enthusiastically participated in tying Rakhi on the wrist of their classmates and also making a Rakhi. The vibrant, colorful attires and innocent smiles brightened the ambience of the classrooms.

The Class 3 children participated in a Rakhi making activity through which they showcased their creativity by designing unique and artistic Rakhis which reinforced the importance of preserving and celebrating cultural heritage, along with promoting the virtues of love, respect, and care that the festival of Rakshabandhan embodies.

The festival of Rakhi was celebrated by the students of Class 4 with great enthusiasm. Some students tied a Rakhi on the wrist of their classmates. The children made beautiful rakhis and cards for their siblings. The day was celebrated with great enthusiasm. The vibrant, colourful attires and innocent smiles brightened the ambiance of the classrooms. The teachers also tried to spread the message that we have a responsibility to protect the environment and therefore the students were asked to tie a Rakhi to all nearby plants to spread love towards environment.

The festival of Rakshabandhan not only celebrates the love and duty between brothers and sisters, it also has a social significance. It underlines the notion that everybody should live in harmony and hence speaks about the rich culture and traditions of India that make our nation extraordinary. The Class 5 students made attractive Rakhis with the decorative material. They presented their self- made Rakhis very beautifully along with the other auspicious items like rice, sindoor, sugar, etc. in paper plates. The orators, dancers, singers all performed to the best of their abilities to celebrate the festival. Their colourful attires and innocent smiles brightened the whole atmosphere.

Independence  Day Celebrations

The students of Class 1 celebrated this auspicious day by making 3d tri-coloured flowers and flags. They watched a movie on Bhagat Singh and India’s Independence. Students sang and danced on patriotic songs and enjoyed this day. They also paid tribute  and showed respect to freedom warriors.

The Students of Class 2 made delicious tri-coloured Laddoos to celebrate the special occasion. They enjoyed the activity a lot. They were explained the importance of our Nation’s Independence Day.

The Class 3 children celebrated the festival with great pomp and show. This year, A kite making activity was organized in which they learnt to tear and paste the paper according to the colours of the Indian Flag. They were informed about what these colours symbolise i.e the top band is of saffron colour that indicates strength and courage of the Indians, the white middle band stands for peace and truth with Ashoka chakra and the last band is green which shows fertility, growth and prosperity of the country. As a part of the occasion and to instill the feeling of patriotism, Students were shown a movie “The legend of Bhagat Singh”. The movie looks back at the struggle and celebrates the selfless sacrifices of our great freedom fighters.

To arouse the feeling of patriotism and love for the nation, the students of Class 4 celebrated the 77th Independence Day with patriotic fervour. A video was shown to the students showcasing the sacrifices that were made by our great leaders. Students sang the song – ‘ये देश है वीर जवानों का’ and danced on the beats of ‘चक्क दे इंडिया ‘. Students also made tri-coloured badges expressing their feeling of gratitude towards our brave freedom fighters. It was a day full of fun and enjoyment.

The Independence Day celebrations for Class 5 started on a solemn note with the teacher telling the students about India’s freedom movement and how thousands of Indians sacrificed their lives for the nation. The students sang patriotic songs and recited poems. They made colourful kites and decorated the classroom. The atmosphere reverberated with patriotic fervour

Celebrating Kargil Vijay Diwas


The students of Class 1 celebrated the special occasion by giving a respectful tribute to our Indian soldiers. They enjoyed a movie session on the Indian Army. Some students made a 3-dimensional Flag using clay and crayons while others drew and coloured the National Flag. They also learned about the significance of Kargil war and enjoyed the celebrations.

Kargil Diwas was celebrated by the students of Class 2 with great zeal and enthusiasm. To honour our soldiers the little ones made tri-coloured caps and wrist bands using paper strips, which they proudly wore throughout the day. The day was celebrated to acknowledge the sacrifices of our armed forces.

The students of Class 3 celebrated Kargil Diwas with patriotic fervour. A KARGIL DIWAS emblem making activity, showing the inverted rifle and tombstone was organized in which the children participated enthusiastically. They made the logo with the help of colors and sheets in a beautiful and expressive manner, displaying their patriotic feeling and respect towards the country.

The students of Class 4 spoke about India’s victory and the importance of the Day. The students also presented patriotic songs and made posters which showing their love for India. The children also recited poems paying tribute to our brave martyrs who laid down their lives for our motherland.

The Class 5 students commemorated Kargil Vijay Diwas with a series of activities aimed at remembering the glorious deeds of our martyrs. The students made puppets using ice cream sticks and wrote slogans using their creativity.

Celebrating Mother’s Day

The students of Class 1 celebrated this day by making 3-dimensional Heart bookmarks with the help of ice cream sticks and paper, along with that they made a beautiful greeting card for their mothers. They all expressed their love and care by giving a wonderful performance for their mothers and enjoyed the day with great zest and joy.

The students of Class 2 had a special celebration on Mother’s day. Teachers made an earnest effort to instill the importance of mother in a child’s life. Mother’s Day Celebration reminded our little ones that we have been neglecting our duties as sons and daughters. The students had something more special and unique to bring a smile on their beloved mother’s face. They passionately got involved in making beautiful bouquet greeting cards for their mothers. The tiny tots came up with new and innovative ideas for their cards. It was a pleasure watching the dynamic and energetic children preparing something unique, something special. The outcome of their efforts was marvellous. Each card was special and different in its own way. What more could have made “Mothers Day” more special than this? It was an enjoyable and memorable day for each and every child which left an indubitable mark on the innocent hearts.

It’s a true saying that “A mother is your first friend, your best friend and your true friend.”

This special day ie; MOTHER’S DAY, was celebrated by the students of Class 4 with love and joy. The students shared their love, thoughts about their mother with their peers. They were shown a movie to feel the importance of mother’s in everyone’s life. Students danced to the tune of song ‘pyari ma … meri ma……’ and also sang the song ‘I love my mother……’. They made beautiful cards expressing their love for their mothers and wrote a message full of love on it. It was a wonderful day for each student.

“Mother’s Day”, a day especially dedicated to cherish motherhood was celebrated with great elation by the Class 5 students on 13th May’23. The children participated in a series of activities to honour the most sacrificing and loving soul. What better gifts for them than the ones prepared by the budding artists with their own hands! They created beautiful cards, decorated with air dry clay penning down their feelings inside. The efforts put by the students were commendable.

International Dance Day was celebrated with full zeal and zest with students of Class 1. Students were explained why this day is celebrated globally, namely to mark the birth anniversary of Jean-Georges Noverre, the creator of the modern ballet. They thoroughly enjoyed the foot-tapping music along with exquisite dance forms. Students were also informed about the benefits of dance and were also asked to express their views about this important day. Tiny tots grooved on their favourite music along with their teachers. This was a thrilling and mesmerising experience that was relished by the enthusiastic students to the fullest!

The Class 2 students were made aware of the importance of International Dance Day. They were informed that it is celebrated to honor teh Ballet Master Jean Georges Noverre. Moreover, they were also enlightened about various Indian Classical Dance forms like Kucchipudi, Kathakali, Kathak, Manipuri and Western Dances like Hip-Hop, Ballet etc. The students turned into artists and they presented marvelous dance performances on folk songs. A few of them also presented dances on rhymes. 

The students of Class 4 celebrated the International Dance Day with great zeal. The aim of the celebration was to create an interest in all dance forms, be it Classical or Western. A lecture combined with a PPT and videos were shown by the teacher. The children were told about popular dance forms such as Kucchipudi, Kathakali, Kathak, Manipuri, Hip- Hop, Ballet etc. Some students performed different dances. The children also drew and coloured dance figures in various poses. The session was full of energy and enjoyment.

International Dance Day was celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm by the students of Class 5. The day began with a discussion on the importance of dance in our lives. The various dance forms of India were discussed. The students illustrated poses of different dance forms of India and also of other countries. They even danced to some foot tapping music. The children enjoyed the musical celebration.

Celebrating Eid-Ul-Fitr And Earth Day

To celebrate the occasion of Eid the students of Class 2 participated in making Cut-outs of the Moon and Star. The teachers discussed the importance of the festival with children. To commemorate Earth Day the students made illustrations of earth and painted them with watercolours. The children were informed why it is important to take care of our environment.

The children of Class 3 celebrated the festival of Eid-Ul-Fitr and Earth Day together. Everyone participated in the activity of making an Earth Day Crown using small circular cut-outs, colours, real leaves and flowers. The students came dressed beautifully in the blue and green attire. The students were happy throughout the celebrations.

Eid-Ul-Fitr and Earth Day were celebrated by the students of Class 4 with great enthusiasm. The purpose was to enlighten the students about the spirit of the festival, spreading the message of love and brotherhood in the young minds. On the occasion of the Earth Day, an array of creative activities were organized with a view to sensitize the children about the conservation of natural resources. The students were involved in making an Earth Day Bunting. They wished each other ‘Eid Mubarak’ and teachers motivated the students to do their bit towards making their planet even more beautiful. Both the teachers and the children enjoyed the celebrations wholeheartedly.

Earth Day is celebrated around the world to call attention to some of our most pressing environmental and social problems, including climate change, biodiversity loss, and dwindling natural resources.The day of Class 5 students started with a beautiful message where students were reminded of the 5 actions towards safe earth. Each one of them took a pledge to save Mother Earth by doing simple doable actions. Our continuing effort in our daily life will make this beautiful planet thrive.

Eid-Ul-Fitr, the festival that upholds the spirit of brotherhood, love and secularism, was celebrated with great enthusiasm by the primary students.There was also an informative talk on the importance of Eid. A poem on Allah ‘Nahi kuch Aur Dil Ko Chahiye’ commemorated the celebration and emphasised the importance of humanity and universal brotherhood.

Celebrating Baisakhi & Ambedkar Jayanti

Wheat crop is ready for harvest.
Time to rejoice and feel nice
Fruits to reap of blood and sweat,
And get joyous and celebrate life.

Baisakhi is a harvest festival and the Sikh new year for the people of Punjab. To make our children aware of the spring harvest festival in all its essence, the tiny tots of Class 1 celebrated Baisakhi on Thursday, April 13, 2023. They wore traditional attire and were completely absorbed in the festive spirit. The students danced on the sounds of dhol beats and traditional Punjabi folk song as a part of Cultural Fiesta. The children were explained about the importance of the festival by showcasing the Punjabi culture. They participated in a craft activity of making 3D Greenland pots. The students not only enjoyed the session but also learnt about the rich tradition and culture of our country.

The students were also informed of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar, known as the Father of Our Constitution and his contributions in building the foundations of our nation.

The students of Class 2 were informed that Ambedkar Jayanti is celebrated to commemorate the birth anniversary of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar, who was a social reformer, jurist, and the chief architect of the Indian Constitution. The students made posters to commemorate the occasion.

To celebrate the popular festival of Baisakhi, the children participated in Dhol making activities. The students made realistic and beautiful Dhols using paper cups and also coloured and decorated them. 

In order to promote the feeling of communal unity and harmony among the students, on the auspicious occasion of ‘Baisakhi’ and ‘Ambedkar Jayanti’ a small celebration took place in Class 3. The Celebration commenced with an introduction as to why Baisakhi and Ambedkar Jayanti are celebrated and their significance. Students were informed that Baisakhi is the harvesting festival of Punjab and Ambedkar Jayanti is to commemorate the birth anniversary of Dr. B. R Ambedkar. All the children came dressed in colourful traditional attire. They displayed their enthusiasm by dancing on popular Punjabi folk music. They splashed colours on sheets and made beautiful drawings depicting the festival. The celebration concluded on a sweet note with the children enjoyed sharing the scrumptious deserts which they had brought with them.

“Life should be great rather than long” – Dr. B.R. Ambedkar
The students of Class 4 celebrated Ambedkar Jayanti and Baisakhi with enthusiasm and joy. A Slogan Writing activity was conducted in the class and teachings of Dr. B.R Ambedkar were discussed. The students came dressed Punjabi and traditional attire to celebrate the great festival of Punjab and also drew kites and made posters.

To celebrate Ambedkar Jayanti and Baisakhi the students of Class 5 highlighted the contributions of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar in framing the Constitution of India and were also made aware of the significance of baisakhi festival. They read out quotations from his speeches and spoke about his life and achievements. The children looked resplendent in colourful Punjabi attire and performed Bhangra to invigorating tunes of Punjabi folk music. They decorated their classes with cutouts of the sunflower. The whole atmosphere was filled with sense of positivity.

Celebrating Good Friday And Mahavir Jayanti

The students of Class 1 celebrated Good Friday with full devotion and sanctity 6th April. The children participated in a craft activity of making a flower on which they wrote teachings of Jesus and also making a Crucifix. Teachers explained the ideologies and beliefs of Jesus. All of their faces brimmed with love for God. The day concluded by offering heartfelt prayers and remembrance to Jesus by all.

The popular Jain festival Mahavir Jayanti was celebrated by the students of Class 1 with great fervour and devotion. The young impressionable minds pledged to live a righteous life and follow the ethical principles of Jainism. The students in a creative craft activity made the Jain Symbol and coloured it beautifully. Teachers extended their greetings and encouraged the students to follow the teachings of Lord Mahavira, practice non-violence, truthfulness and forgiveness in their life and have compassion for their fellow beings.

On this day to remember Jesus Christ’s sacrifice, the little young minds of Class 2 crafted beautiful greeting cards in which they mentioned one of the sayings of Jesus Christ. A small documentary on Jesus’ sacrifice was also shown to the children. Inspired by the sacrifice of Jesus Christ the children took an oath to spread love, humility and respect among others.