Monday, 31 December 2012

A visit to APNA GHAR!

As December was chosen to charity by our school,a trip to Apna Ghar was arranged for the senior students and the whole school participated in contributing winter clothes for the kids of Apna Ghar.

As hoped, the experience was truly rewarding for the students. Even though the students could only spare an hour with the orphan kids, they felt that they were able to make a small difference to their lives. 

All the kids they saw  made it an unforgettable experience for them. I wish let God give us strength to keep up the good work. The students thanked  again and again for the opportunity to spend time at the orphanage.

Saturday, 29 December 2012

Drawing Competition!!!

Date: - 29/12/12(Saturday)
                              An art work is so supreme that we all react emotionally to it. Being a good artist is a natural talent, supported by a lot of hard work. Thus,  we organised a drawing competition (Class –wise) to make an attempt to create interest in students in creative so that they can develop their brains in aesthetic values as well.


Monday, 24 December 2012

X-Mas Tree Decoration Competition!

                              X-mas Tree decoration compertition was held for XI A and B.The students were on hype from the morning and they were using all their talents to put up the best tree for the show and made extraordinary efforts to win.Both the teams had showcased their trees in a grand manner.We had to choose one and the best one and the deserving one touched the winning pole!!! XI B students were the winners!!

Sunday, 23 December 2012


                                      The spirit of Christmas is the spire of giving and thinking about others. It’s a time for the celebration of life. With this sharing and celebrating note we celebrated Christmas on 22 – December -12. 

The programmed commenced with an enlightening speech given by PORSHIYA of Class – IX, Conveying the real message of Christmas. There after the celebration proceeded by a melodious carol sung by our choir. Then a short and sweet skit was performed by the students, letting us know exactly, ‘The best gifts’ that each should share with the other, the gift of LOVE,ETERNAL LIFE, FORGIVENESS etc. After that we had a charming dance performance by our young buddies.

The students tapped their feet to an English song with great spirit.
                                                         How can a Christmas be complete without a ‘Santa’ yes there was a surprise entry of Santa along with our tiny Santa who cheered the audience too.                        

 The programme ended with a speech given by Principal Ma’am.As usual she came up with an inspiring story which gave the message of helping each other will lead to happines.

Saturday, 15 December 2012

Candle Decoration Competition!!

Date: 15/12/12

                        Well it is December and Christmas is almost here, thus with the beginning of this merry month we organized a Candle Decoration Competition. The four houses enthusiastically participated in it. Each house was given a candle to decorate. The students displayed the new dying spirit of Christmas, as each house decorated the corner beautifully with the Christmas theme.

Wednesday, 12 December 2012


                        Every parent wants to launch their children into the world with the skills they need to succeed. Equipping children with good table manners is an important lesson that the school  want to give to the children. Having good table manners gives kids the confidence to participate in any dining situation with ease.
                                    Table manners play an important part in making a favorable impression. They are visible signals of the state of our manners and therefore are essential to make the students aware of the etiquettes. To ensure that" TABLE MANNERS ACTIVITY" was conducted for the pre-primary students and they enjoyed the activity and learnt the skill too.

Saturday, 8 December 2012


DATE: 08/12/12
Human Rights Day is celebrated on the 10th of December every year. This day presents an opportunity, every year, to celebrate human rights, highlight a specific issue, and advocate for the full enjoyment of all human rights by everyone everywhere. This day spotlights the rights of all people — women, child labour, youth, minorities, persons with disabilities,— to make their voices heard in public life and be included in political decision-making.
                                               Thus, the day began with an awakening skit presented by Zorawar Singh house on human rights, it depicted how even in the 20th century we are still following the corrupt practice like child labour, and we should speak out for such offences and fight for the right of an individual. 

 The skit was an eye opener for all of us.

Wednesday, 5 December 2012


Date: - 5/12/12

                                The importance of NEWSPAPER has been increased greatly by the spread of education. Education sharpens one’s curiosity about events in distant lands and also makes one conscious of the necessity to maintain one’s reading habits. In both respects the newspaper appeals most, especially if one finds little time to read books.
                               As a result, the newspaper exerts a profound influence on the minds of
reader. The policy of the newspaper is to promote the welfare of the people; it could do a lot of good. Thus, to make the students aware of the importance and effect of newspaper we organized a newspaper competition.It was a house wise competition, the students were asked to prepare the newspaper on the spot. The competition was conducted successfully and the students enjoyed as well as gained information.


Date: - 3-12-12
                                   In today’s world when everything is becoming costly and beyond our reach, it s very essential to have good money management. Thus, for this we organized a financial quest in our school. The students of class vii, viii and ix attended the session conducted by Mr. Sunil vijayvergia, Mr. Vinod Maheshwari and Mr. Zakir Husain.
                                The session dealt with how we should work out with our income to have profit, it also made us aware how even saving electricity, water can add to our penny. The session also focused on how these single saved pennies can make you a good business man.
                                Thus, the students were able to understand where money is coming from, where it’s going to, and how to make sure that the way you manage your money falls in line with the values that matter most to you.
A PPT on life history of Bill Gates was showed and the students and teachers as well were inspired.

Monday, 3 December 2012

“Fight for Us, Write for Us” – A Campaign for forests and wildlife conservation!

“Fight for Us, Write for Us”
                          One step towards conserving our biodiversity is to ensure our
protection for our forest wealth and the wild life that live in it.Recognizing the paramount role played by forests and the importance of conserving wild life, and to raise awareness and promote sensitivity towards our environment, the Central Board of Secondary Education has issued circulars to the schools to create awareness for wildlife and forests among the children. 

                                 Strengthening this endeavour further, the school organised a “Fight for us, Write for us” campaign. The Highlights of the campaign was the students learnt that how much difficult for the animals to live in cages. The program ended with a pledge taken by all students to save the environment and wild life.

Tuesday, 27 November 2012

Shabad Keertan competition on Guru Nanak Jayanti Celebration!

                        Shabad Keertan competition was conducted in the campus on the occasion of Guru Nanak Jayanti celebration. The house In-charges and music In-charge had selected  interesting set of raags for the competition.The competition began with Omkar Jaap by Pre-primary students and that was just heart touching. The program was given a better shape with a thought of Guru Nanakji and a speech on Guru Nanakji. Jujhar Singh house was the winner of the competition and the program ended with a high note from the Secretary Sir highlighting from the teachings of Guru Nanakji.


Monday, 26 November 2012


Date:-23rd, November 2012

                  We the teachers of Saint Soldier Public School got the opportunity to be a part of the procession that took place on 23rd November on account of Gurunanak Dev Jayanti NAGAR KIRTAN SHOBA YATRA .
                              The Nagar Kirtan rally commenced from the gurudwara at Chaura Rasta. The teachers gathered at the gurudwara and got a chance to savour the delicious langar of the gurudwara. Then at around three thirty the procession initiated from the main gurudwara till the sanganeri gate. It was a grand event to participate and to get the blessings of the Gurus.

Thursday, 22 November 2012

We do care!!

                                       The need for regular medical checkup cannot be overlooked.The school takes care of the health and hygiene of the students regularly.

The program ended with giving  refreshments to the parents.

Tuesday, 20 November 2012

Waves of change by CBSE ( Theme: Environment, Culture & Heritage)

Theme: Environment, Culture & Heritage
Date: 29/10/2012

                       Environment is our life supporting system and culture is the unique possession of people. Culture is the full range of learned human behavior patterns. Culture is a powerful human tool for survival, but it is a fragile phenomenon.A nation that has no cultural heritage is like an orphan who has nothing to feed upon. An individual human being, a race or a nation must necessarily have certain roots somewhere. India is deep rooted in the culture of her past—the glorious past. Cultural heritage is irreplaceable which places the responsibility of Preservation on the current generation.
            Under the WAVES OF CHANGE PROGRAM launched by CBSE, an activity was conducted in our school to develop an environmental and cultural literacy.

            The whole program was divided into four sections:-
1)    Talk on the importance of environment
2)    Power point presentation exhibiting the cultural diversity of India.
3)    Talk on the need and importance of preserving our heritage.
4)    Quiz

                      Students of Class X, Tarun Joshi and Prateek Joshi showed their sincere efforts in making power point presentation Amit Vikram Anand, a student of Class X, conducted the talk show regarding importance of environment and heritage very well.The program was an eye opener to the students and a wave of change was visible among them after the program.

Sunday, 18 November 2012

Rangoli Competition to mark DIWALI celebration.

                                   The school organized Rangoli Making Competition on 8th November 2012 in 7th and 8th periods.The Students enthusiastically participated in the event .The School was filled with the air of colours. The children showcased their artistic spills and enjoyed a lot.
Finally, the day ended with healthy sports spirit and joy of festival.

Wednesday, 7 November 2012

ANNUAL DAY! the Grand Gala event!!!

                           The Stage All set!!

Lighting Ceremony by chief guest Justice shri.Manish Bhandariji & Ajaypal Singhji
Saint Soldier enjoyed a thrilling evening as the school celebrated its 5th annual function at the school campus under the guidance of its secretary sir Sardar Gurmeet Singh ji and principal Ma'am. Renowned justice Shri Manish Bhandari was the chief guest of the function, Shri Harcharan Laiker and Sardar Jasbeer Singh Ji were the guest of honour.
The school function was presided by its Chairman Sardar Ajay Pal Singh Ji.
Awaiting prizes to reach the hands of winners!!

Ready to welcome parents!!
The annual day was a huge success; the theme of the annual function was ‘The Lost Ethics’. The course started with the lighting of the lamp. The cultural programme initiated by showcasing the beauty of five elements; the senior students also paid tribute to Michael Jackson by putting their best feet to execute moon walk.  Our tiny tots also illustrated their unlimited dreams and passion to accomplish them exclusively we also depicted the traditional puppet dance of Rajasthan which has also lost its presence in the present running world. Being an Indian and to make the students realize the value and essence of unity and oneness we had our gala show by presenting Mile Sur Mera Tumhara, Giddha and Bhangra
                                   The crowd eagerly waiting!!
Thus, the programme displayed a mass participation and had a variety of songs and dances ranging from pop to patriotism. The students who had excelled in various events were honoured by the esteemed guests.
The annual function was a beautiful blend of the pleasure and information. The show ended on a joyous note with display of vibrant and lively bhangra and gidda dance which buzzed the entire programme with a bang.

Friday, 2 November 2012


                         “While it is well enough to leave footprints on the sands of time, it is even more important to make sure they point in a commendable direction”.
                  Annual day function has become a sort of compulsory celebration as during this annual day, the school students get an opportunity to exhibit the talents in their possession in different walks of life that to encourage the students as an asset of the nation. So, keeping in mind the value and importance of this annual celebration, we had started  planning about the function in the month of September and the wheel started rolling from that moment.     
            Great excitement and hurried activities are visible all around.. The preparations began almost one month in advance with lots of rehearsals. The whole school becomes suddenly much more active.School has a lot to offer.
                   The first and foremost task was to define a committee responsible for executing the annual day function. After final discussion, we skillfully drafted the programme to give it final shape with the theme and songs.
                            The school is about to get a complete face-lift with all the areas thoroughly cleaned and decorative pieces artistically displayed on the bulletin boards..
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Another important feature of the preparation is the regular practice session of the cultural programme to be staged on the final day. Students, participating in the dance, drama and music programmes, are called for long rehearsals.

                The theme is well defined and it is about that we are actually interested in  virtual world rather than with the real world.What we miss is the relationships between people.The making of it had so many ups and downs and hits and slips and hardwork involved.Take a glimse of it!!!!

Wednesday, 31 October 2012


                           One of the most anxiously awaited occasions in any school is its annual day. Great excitement is visible all around. Everyone is actively involved and are excited to have a study-free day in school, filled with fun, frolic and amusement.The long-awaited day, finally, has arrived and  
WE feel great pride in inviting you to the great event!!!!

Tuesday, 16 October 2012

Waves of Change by CBSE

Health ,Wealth and Sanitation
                                    On 13th October 2012 Poster Making activity was held at SSPS Pratap Nagar under the programme WAVES OF CHANGE launched by CBSE. Theme of the activity was “Health Wealth and Sanitation” students of class IX and X were active participants in it. They had put up their great efforts and creative mind to design posters in which they show that a healthy mind resides in a healthy body.
     Each and every poster showed up a good team work as well as important tips to own a healthy mind and body, Healthy body needs a good and balanced diet. Posters were really inspiring and encouraging towards a good & Healthy life. After all “Soldierites” wants a healthy surrounding, which they know, can give them a feeling of new life.

Monday, 1 October 2012

Fun With Maths!!

                                        To make Maths easier to understand to examine our students, maths club conducted Fun with Maths in two levels, classes I-V and Vedic mathematics for classes VI-X.
                                           Ms.Poonam conducted ‘Fun With Maths’ level 1 (I-V), where generalised questions on maths were asked from the students and then the competition between students was organised on ‘Basic Maths’, slide show presentation was made by the teacher concerned to make the basic concepts of maths more clear to the students.
                       In level 2 (VI-X), an introductory speech on Vedic maths was given by Mr. Praveer Roy. Later Mr.Rajesh along with Mr.Praveer introduced the methods of multiplication (Nikhilam method) to students. Students & teachers were even invited to the board to solve few problems. At the end a brief ending note was given by the teacher concerned. The student’s enthusiasm & Zeal could be seen while they were solving the problems on the board.

Mahatma Gandhi & Lal Bahadur Shastri Jayanti Celebration!!

Mahatma Gandhi & Lal Bahadur Shastri Jayanti Celebration

                                  In 1893, a 24yrs. Old Indian lawyer arrived in Durban to take part in a lawsuit in Transvaal. He booked a first class train ticket to Johannesburg and was ordered out of the train because of his colour. The lawyer’s name was Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. This experience was the beginning of the making of the mahatma.
The second Prime Minister of India, he was a great Patriot, a freedom fighter, he was born in 1904 on 2nd Oct., in Mughal sarai he was shri Lal Bahadur Shastri.
                           So on this question occasion, when mother India had the previlege to have two of her great sons, the whole school assembled to celebrate it.
                         2nd October is celebrated as the National festival on account of mahatma Gandhi & Lal Bahadur Shastri’s B’day. The students presented a song, a skit a quiz on the special occasion. Depicting the life history & instances of these two great leaders. 

Monday, 17 September 2012


                         In our school Hindi club was inaugurated on the occasion of Hindi Diwas, 14th Sep.The introductory speech was given by Mr. Satish Sharma, the teacher incharge announced the names of the President, Vice President & Co-ordinator were and they were honoured by Principal Ma’am.
Ms. Akriti Gautam(X) was appointed as the President, Ms. Porshiya Gupta (IX) was appointed as the Vice President & Ms. Apoorva Saxena (VIII) was appointed as the Co-ordinator of the club. Hindi Club organised a skit depicting the importance of Hindi as a language and the neglect that it is facing these days in India, the place of its origin. Students presented a song and a poem on the significance of our national language ‘Hindi’.