Saturday, 26 October 2013

Sports day at SAINT SOLDIER, Pratap Nagar!

                     Our school organized its first Annual Sports Meet on 26th oct 2013. The declaration of the sports meet was done by Sardar. Baldev Singhji Additional secretary of Sri GuruNanak Dev Satsang Sabha Education Board by releasing the balloons.
                                                Dr.Amandeep Singh Kapoor ji (Deputy commissioner of police jaipur city east), was supposed to grace us by being the chief guest of the event, but due to some emergency he could not turn up and had sent best wishes. we were  graced by our chairman Sir Sardar Ajay Pal Singh Ji (former chairman of Rajasthan Housing Board and president of Sri GuruNanak dev Satsang Sabha Education Board and Rajasthan Sikh Samaj),  for being the  presiding guest , we also had the honour to have with us Sardar Jasbeer Singh Ji ( former chairman of Rajasthan state commission for minorities)as our guest of honour and governing council body members and School managing committee members were also present.

 In the Opening Ceremony the audience witnessed a wonderful show displaying the essence of yoga. The students left everyone spellbound with their athletic shows which included sprints’, ‘walk with pot’, ‘cross the hurdles’, ‘sack race’ etc .where in the students demonstrated their mental and physical strength. The students took part in the races with great zeal and fervour
Various track and field events like mass drill had the audience in high spirits. The students also performed a scintillating aerobic performance
. Not behind were our junior students who displayed a terrific performances in ‘santa race’, ‘politician race’ , ‘magician race’ etc.

The audience and students were encouraged by our respected chief guest and guest of honour.

Our senior students demonstrated a unique and amalgamated show by joining hands together to form pyramids. The students were left everyone enthralled with their gymnastics and martial art performance.

Devendra Singh Junior Master Chef III Runner Up was appreciated and awarded on Sports Day !!

Last but not the least the students concluded the cultural event
With a flashing Punjabi dance.It was altogether a very enjoying event. All the students especially the participants were really excited about the event..
                                     Our annual sports meet concluded with a vote of thanks by our respected principal ma’am.

Friday, 11 October 2013

Dandiya & Dussehra Celebrations!!

Date:- 11-10-13(Friday)
Dussehra (Vijaya Dashami) is a Hindu festival that celebrates the victory of good over evil.  Dussehra is the culmination of the Navaratri festival.

                                     So, We celebrated "Dussehra" in Pre- Primary Section. Children came in Dandiya dress. Children danced on Dandiya songs and they enjoyed lot. Three children came in the dress up of Ram, Sita and Laxman. Ram killed  Ravan by arrow after that  Ravan was burned and children enjoyed very much .

Balloon Painting was done in the classes on the theme of faces of Ravana.

Wednesday, 2 October 2013

Mahatma Gandhi & Lal Bahadur Shastri Jayanti Celebration!!

"Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony."
                                                                                                               said by Mahatma Gandhi      

     2nd October is celebrated as the National festival on account of mahatma Gandhi & Lal Bahadur Shastri’s B’day.
                                                           Today Class II presented a special assembly on account of Gandhi Jayanti. It  started  with a thought by Vinayak then Parushi said a short speech on Gandhiji, Depicting the life history & instances of these two great leaders. Then the class presented  a poem on Gandhiji in a group. Lastly a student became Gandhiji quoted his few lines.Then we ended with a group song by Senior Girls on Mahatma Gandhiji.

Hindi Divas !

Date: 13/09/13(Friday)

Hindi is our national language. Every year 14th September is celebrated as ‘Hindi Diwas’ to give importance to Hindi language. It gives great pleasure to speak as well as to hear pure Hindi.

This celebration in the school brought a pleasant atmosphere... In order to emphasize the importance of Hindi language a small skit was presented in the school assembly giving the message of importance of our mother tongue that we often ignore with the ongoing westernisation. Hindi Club was also inaugurated on this day so that students are proud of their National language and should be enriched by adopting good words from the language.
Lastly, our principal ma’am honoured the club in charges i.e. Ayush Gupta (x class), Apporva Saxena (ix class), Adarsh (viii class) and Abhishek Gupta of ix class with their badges of Hindi Club.