Tuesday, 23 December 2014

Christmas celebrated

Christmas waves a magic wand over this world, and beholds everything softer and more beautiful. Thus, on the eve of Christmas a short celebration was held in our school. We had the honour to have with us our respected Secretary Sir, on this day Birth of Jesus Christ holds a great significance. Therefore at the initiation of the celebration a short nativity act was presented by the students of classes III – V. To express the heartfelt gratitude to the almighty, and to add divinity to the ambience carol song were presented by students of classes IX-XI.
 Christmas celebration was held in Pre-primary section. Tiny tots prepared a skit on the birth of God Jesus. Children came in the get up of mother Merry, Joseph, sheeps and shepherd, kings, fairies and angels. After wards children enjoyed the dance party other students came in Red and white dress. Children were looking stunning in this theme.

Each carol spread the message of Humanity as a mark of Christ’s birth. To continue with the Christmas fervor girls of class VIII came forward with a jovial dance. Adding more charm to this Christmas festivity came our IX class boys with their vivacious dance performance.Christmas is incomplete without SANTA So to the end of the celebration our guest SANTA arrived spreading smile on everybody’s face. Lastly our respected Secretary Sir gave the message of goodness & humanity.

Thus, overall the celebration gave the message to
lend a hand to all the needy and redeem them from their sufferings.

Saturday, 29 November 2014

Inter class Drama competition

Date: 29/11/2014

All the world‘s a stage, and all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances; and one man in his time plays many roles".
Drama is one of the best forms to teach enactment and moral values. Thus, an inter class drama competition from classes VI – VIII was organized.  The students of each class got an opportunity to showcase their performing arts. Each class came out with a novel ethical and theatrical presentation. They further enhanced the exquisiteness of the skit by appropriately using their handmade props.
Participants contributed their finest to make this competition enjoyable and learning for the spectators.  
At the end our respected Principal ma’am Mrs. Gayatri Kulshreshta motivated the students for even better execution and announced the results. Class vii bagged the first position.

Tuesday, 25 November 2014

See and say and garden play activity


See and say and garden play activity was held in pre primary section of the school. Teachers took the students of all three classes to the garden. First the teachers introduced the activities to the students then one by one students came took an object from the box and they spoke few lines about the object.

Later on students enjoyed some fun games like musical chair, passing the parcel and who posted the letter. Children enjoyed the activity thoroughly. Respected Principal mam Miss Gayatri Kulshreshtha cheered the students. Students were very happy to be with their Principal ma'am.

Saturday, 15 November 2014

Children's Day Celebrated As sports Day

Date:-14-11-14 (Friday)
Children’s Day the birth anniversary of Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India, was  celebrated as ‘Sports day’ in the school on Nov 14, 2014. As Jawaharlal Nehru was very fond of children and children also loved him a lot. So his birth anniversary is celebrated as Children’s Day. To make this day fun filled for the children an array of interesting games followed by many entertaining cultural events were organized. The programme commenced with the prayer.

Respected Secretary Sir Gurmeet Singh Ji honoured the seat of chief guest. After prayer student presented welcome cards to secretary sir. As begging blessings from lord Ganesha is believed auspicious for success of any programme, Ganesh Vandana was performed by Lotus Kathuria and Kanika Ojha of Classes XI A and X A respectively . After that all the events started. There were races like Banana Race, Lemon Race, Crawling under the Desk, Back Balloon Balance Race, Jumping over the Partner Race, Hurdle Race, Relay Race and filling up the bottles.
There were special events organized specially for Pre-Primary section such as flower Race, Toffee Race and Ready for school Race. The tiny tots enjoyed a lot during the races. The sports events were followed by two dance performance, Contemporary and Bhangara under the guidance of teachers.
All the winners of races were awarded with certificates by respected Secretary Sir. The students, who went for Shabad singing on Guru Nanak Jayanti Nov 6, at Gurudwara Raja Park, were also bestowed with momentoes for their remarkable performance of Shabad. Later respected Secretary sir encouraged all the students with his motivational words and gave message of becoming a good values during school time. Sahibzada Fateh Singh and Sahibzada Jujhar Singh houses collectively stood first in overall sports results of sports events.
Thus the programme ended with sporty spirit. The students enjoyed the programme.

“There were separate sports activities specially for pri primary section.

Thursday, 6 November 2014

Divine Notes Shabad Singing By Students


Education not only comprises studies of books but it is to experience all the aspects of life and work upon overall development of life, inculcating values through those experiences and lead a life in service of humanity. School is a place where we aim to fulfill these criteria and put in all the efforts to train young minds through such experience and contribute their overall development. Spiritual development is one of the major factor which provides the deep roots to a person to be able to stay grounded and live a purposeful life. Keeping all these things in mind the stdents of our school, were taken to perform at Sri Guru Singh Sabha Gurudwara Rajapark, where Sri Guru Nanak Jayanti was celebrated on Nov. 6.
 The students of classes VIIIth & IXth  performed Shabad “Prabhu ji Prabhu ji Tu Mere Pran Adhar” and “Sa Dharat Bhai Hariyali Hariyali Jithe Mera Satguru Uthe” respectively under the guidance of Mr. Ambrik Singh. 

The tiny tots of Pre-Primary also begged blessings of Sri Guru Nanak Devji by performing Shabad "Sun Sun Namu Tumhara Pritam Prabhu Paikhan Ka Chau” under the guidance of Mrs. Harshita Kapoor & Anuradha Verma.
The students won appreciation from the people present there by their wonderful performance and bestowed with special cash prize.

Our honourable Secretary Sir Sardar Gurmeet Singhji appreciated students for their performance and motivate to participate more in such spiritual activities. Later, under the teachers vigilance of students came back to school.


Sunday, 2 November 2014

A Pious Encounter Nagar Kirtan


Mentor holds a high place in one’s life. It is believed that the mentor is the person who contributes in overall development of a person, be it personal or spiritual. Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji is one of the prominent Gurus of Sikh communities who inspired people to lead a simple and sacred life yet with purpose of serving humanity to best of one’s capacity. As the birth anniversary of Sri Guru Nanak Devji is approaching on November 6, a Nagar Kirtan was organized by Guru Dwara Guru Singh Sabha , Rajapark on November 2,  which commenced from ancient Gurudwara located at Chaura Rasta, moved forward en-route New Gate and ended at Gurudwara Chandi ki Taksal. As Nagar Kirtan commenced the whole environment resonated with “JO BOLE SO NIHAL, SAT SHRI AKAL” and coloured the atmosphere with spiritual colours. Many Schools, social and religious bodies of Sikh community participated in the procession. Keeping in mind the spiritual upliftment of Students, by the grace of our esteemed Secretary Sir Sardar Gurmeet Singh Ji, under the guidance of honorable Principal Ma’am Ms Gayatri Kulshreshta and of teachers. Students of VIIIth to XIth  standards were taken to participate in Nagar Kirtan. 
The groups of students started form school at 2:45 pm and joined the procession. They begged blessings of Sri Guru Nanak Dev ji by offering prayer in Gurudwara. Later in the end students and teacher started back for the school at 5:30 pm. This was a pious and serene experience for all. Which provided opportunity to all to contemplate about the enternal relationship of mentor and disciples.

Saturday, 1 November 2014


Act and say activity was held in Pre Primary section of SSPS School. Teachers took all the children in the garden and arranged them in a big circle. 

Teachers explained them about the activity first, then enacted some ‘Stories and Rhymes’ before the students and asked them to identify, Children also enacted some rhymes. Children enjoyed the activity very much. Children learnt the art of  expression (to explain their feeling without saying any words). After the activity children enjoyed the garden play and slides.

Friday, 31 October 2014


Date:- 1/11/14
Plastic bags are used by everybody. You get them, right from a vegetable vendor to a designer store. But, most of us are blissfully off the repercussions that are occurring and can take place in the future. These plastic bags Litter the Landscape, Kill Animals, and are Non-biodegradable. They are not only non-biodegradable, but are one of the major pollutants of the sea.
So in order to spread awareness among the students “ Say No To Plastic Bags “ house wise competition was held in which each house had to make alternative to plastic bags with the help of waste cloth or jute material.
Five students from each house were selected and were given time to prepare the bags with their material.
The participants displayed their passion for the activity and very ingeniously prepared bags out of waste jeans, jute and cotton material. The participants also marvelously decorated their bags to make it more eye-catching and handy.
Thus it was a small step taken by our students for a clean and green environment.


Thursday, 30 October 2014

National Unity Day!!

As per CBSE guidelines, the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, was celebrated as Rashtriya Ekta Divas(National Unity Day) on 31st October.
Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel was the leader who played a significant role in integration of India, persuading more than five hundred self-governing princely states to merge their separate rights and become one country. To educate students about the importance of observing National Unity Day Ms. Rashmi Soman shared significance of the day. She also shared role of each individual towards attaining the absolute state of unity, integrity and security.
 Later, the Head Boy of the school took a pledge followed by the students resonating a fervent urge to work whole heartedly for unity of country. This occasion provided us an opportunity to reaffirm the inherent strength and resilience of our nation to withstand the actual and potential threats to the unity, integrity and security of our country. At the end “Run For Unity” activity was conducted wherein students, after undertaking the pledge, took laps of the sports ground to mark the run for unity.

Thus the celebration of Rashtriya Ekta Diwas (National Unity Day) ended with a resolve reverberating in each person’s heart to contribute for the unity of India.

Sunday, 19 October 2014

Diwali Celebrated


India is a land of many festivals and each state and community celebrates several festivals in a year. Diwali is one such occasion. Diwali, a festival of light and prosperity which symbolizes victory of good over evil and of light over darkness to educate the significance of diwali, there was a programme organsied in the school on 18th oct. 
The celebration commenced with a poem based on diwali, describing its fervour with which it is celebrated and presented by students of class-I. Later a skit was performed depicting the legend of lord Rama that how he defeated Ravana, who kidnapped Sita, The wife of Lord Rama. Diwali signifies the homecoming of Lord Rama after exile of fourteen years. In the end, a song was presented by a group of students, describing how diwali brings happiness, laughter and prosperity to the society. Thus programme ended with festive note.

Friday, 10 October 2014

Navratra & Dussehra Celebrated

Date:- 1-10-14
Navratra & Dussehra was celebrated in Pre primary wing of the school. Students came in their traditional dresses with dandiya as Garba dance was organized for our tiny tots.
A short skit based on epic Ramayan was presented by the students under the guidance of their teachers. The skit depicted “Raavan Vadh”.

Teachers gave the details about the festival. At last the students and teachers enjoyed the programmed very much.

Tuesday, 30 September 2014

Educational Tour Organised

Education is enlightment of oneself to achieve maximum benefit in life by using all the senses activity and bring out holistic growth in a person. There are different ways to provide education to the students. Out of which the most creative and alive is educational tour.
With the consent and blessings of our Honourable Chairman Sir Sardar Ajay Pal Singh Ji and under the guidance of our Secretary Sir Sardar Gurmeet Singh Ji, Saint Soldier Public School Pratap Nagar organized a two day and one night educational tour to Agra and FatehpurSikri on 27/09/14-28/09/14 for classes IX to XII.
The tour was organized under the vigilance and assistance of our Vice-Principal Ma’am Ms. Gayatri Kulshreshta embarked for their journey to Agra and FatehpurSikri on27/09/14 from the school premises. There were around 62 students escorted by six teachers (Mr. Rajesh Jayswal, Mr. Navneet Babbar, Mr. Mahesh Krum, Mr. Abhay , Ms. Namita Sharma And Ms.SumaMenon).
Thejourney began at 6 hours in the morning. We reached at around 10:30 a: m to explore the natural beauty of kaelodaeo bird sanctuary. The students were able to see several herds of the Sāmbhar deer and various migrating birds. The students were highly interested to watch the wildlife so close to them. After spending an hour or two we had our lunch FatehpurSikri added a great deal to the children’s knowledge of historical background and acquainted them better with the rich heritage ofIndia.  
Thereafter we moved ahead for Agra  were the students rested in the hotel for an hour and after refreshing themselves they were all ready to rock the dance floor. The students freaked out themselves and thoroughly enjoyed the dance session. Thereafter the students had their dinner. Next day early morning after having breakfast we went to explore the beauty and splendour of TajMahalthe finest example of Mughal architecture, a style that combines elements from Persian, Turkish and Indian architectural styles.. The visit to the Agra Fort was also truly rewarding. The children were able to collect a lot of information. At each place they hadfun –and ‘Explored the city’, after appreciating and enriching themselves with the rich history of India on 28/09/2014 we returned from our tour for Jaipur with lots of happy memories and knowledge.
The students had loads of fun and enjoyed every bit of the tour to Fatehpur Sikri- Agra.

Monday, 15 September 2014

'Special Assembly For Hindi Diwas'

Date: - 12-9-14
Hindi, the mother tongue of India is considered as language of gods and as sacred as the water of holy river 'Ganga'. The mother tongue always plays a vital role in a country’s growth. Though knowledge of foreign language is not harmful but ignoring one’s own mother tongue at price of it is disgraceful. So to educate students about the importance of 'Hindi', a special assembly was conducted on 12thsep. by class VIII A on occasion of ‘Hindi Diwas’, falling on 14th of sep. the students presented whole assembly in Hindi starting from an inspirational thought and followed by news in hindi.

 Later Shagun Khandelwal of VIII A delivered a speech, sharing the significance of hindi as mother tongue. She shared the falling situation hindi and discrimination of people towards hindi considering it a sub- standard language and avoid using it in day today life. She also shared highly dignified legacy of hindi poets of hindi literature who earned a worldwide fame for their creations in hindi. In last she urged that everyone should make efforts for growth of mother tongue hindi and make maximum use of it in their day-to -day life.

Friday, 12 September 2014

Happy Teacher's day

Date: 4/09/14
On the eve of Teacher’s Day a teacher’s picnic to ‘Swapana Lok Resort’ was organized to rejuvenate and energize the spirit of teachers. It was a very welcome change from their daily routine.All the teachers were dressed in their best and boarded the bus from the school campus at around 11 a: m.The teachers had a great time in the bus and spent their time together by taking pleasure of the different games played during the bus journey.
We reached at the resort at around 12 noon where the teachers were provided with a welcome drink. The whole day was spent with their colleagues, in a completely carefree manner. To add more fun to this short and sweet picnic our principal ma’am had organized a few fun filling games like “Lemon on Bottle”, “Catching Balls” etc for the teachers. It was the most interesting and enjoyable session of the day. Each teacher got a break to become a child once again and thoroughly enjoyed the game session. Thereafter lunch was provided for the teachers. After an interactive game session teachers relished the lunch.
Subsequently the teachers rocked and danced on the D.J floor and enjoyed the rain dance. After freaking out with fun the teachers treasured the lush green ambience of the resort. It made each teacher memorize their school and college days back. It was a golden chance for teachers to have interaction with each other and to chill out.
As is rightly said ‘’ the test of an enjoyment is the remembrance it leaves behind.”

Monday, 8 September 2014

Flower Rangoli Competition

Date: 06/09/14
Onam is one of the most popular Hindu festivals of south India. On this occasion people wear new clothes, decorate their houses and put flower carpet called ‘ Pookalam’ in front of their houses, to welcome king Mahabali.

Thus to mark this festival a class wise flower rangoli competition was organized for class’s ix and x in the activity hall. There were six participants from each class. All the participants got various colourful flower petals. The students marvelously decorated their rangoli with colourful petals and leaves. 

Friday, 5 September 2014

Teachers day Celebrated!!

Date: 05/09/14
‘’You guided me when I was lost; you supported me when I was weak. You have enlightened me all through.”
5th September birth day of Sarvapalli Radha Krishnan is celebrated world wide as teacher’s day. The students came out with a small cultural programme for the teachers. The celebration initiated with the warm welcome of our respected principal ma’am followed by the teachers. The programme initiated with a song presented by our tiny tots of pre primary section followed by a short skit presenting the role a teacher plays in the upbringing of an individual.
Thereafter a song was presented by the senior students thanking all the teachers for being a source of inspiration and to be with them all through their difficult times. Thereafter the senior students presented stupendous group and solo dance performances energizing the ambience. The students of class x enacted a short mime giving the message that how a teacher never leaves hands of his students and give his best to take him out of all difficulties.
At last Ms Rashmi Soman expresses vote of thanks on behalf of all teachers.
The programme ended wishing all the teachers a very happy teacher’s day.

Thursday, 28 August 2014

Class Mein Blast Activity

“Class Mein Blast” Activity was conducted in school, presented by Nickelodeon cartoon channel. The students of 2nd to 8th standard participated in it. Many cartoon video were shown to the students which were followed by questions based on those and gifts too to the correct answers. First video was of cartoon “Pakdam Pakdai”.

Next activity was “Dog and “Bone” game where-in 12 students were called and divided into teams. The team with maximum number of handkerchief picking was announced winner. Later “Story Telling” presented by “Chericof Cough syrup” was conducted. The team which framed the best story using provided five lines on “Chericof” was announced winner. Post this activity a Drawing Competition was introduced wherein students will have to draw cherry fruit as a “Superhero” and name it also. In the last the students were made to play “Tug of war” presented by Act-11 popcorn. There were five students in each team.

This whole activity was funfilled. The student enjoyed and participated enthusiastically in all the activities. In the last gifts were distributed to all the students.

Monday, 25 August 2014

Become a magician Activity

Become a Magician activity was held in pre-primary section of the school.
The teachers brought material (in prior) they shown them magic trick of science like the importance of oxygen in the atmosphere, How the colour of turmaric becomes red while used with detergent and again turns into yellow when some lemon drops are rubbed an turmeric socked clothes and how a pencil seems bent in the half glass of water. The teachers also explained that these magic tricks are actually illusions.