Saturday, 10 May 2014

Summer Vacation Begins!

Date: 10/5/2014

‘Once again we come to the holiday season, a time to celebrate the happiness with our friends, making use of every day of the holiday’.
                 So, today was the last working day of the month and the most awaited moment for the students i.e. summer vacations commenced from 11/05/2014.
To make the last working day enjoyable and memorable a class party was organized for classes I –V. the children thoroughly enjoyed it. For classes VI –VIII a Cartoon Making Competition and Poster Making Competition for classes IX-X on ‘Harmful Effects of Tobacco’ was conducted in our school. The students were given duration of two hours to illustrate their knowledge and creativity on the topic.

The students were very keen and classes IX-X made eye catching posters and slogans, at par were our students of classes VI –VIII who made very impressive Cartoon Depiction showing how tobacco is really very hazardous for our health and the injurious effects of using tobacco in our day to day life.
Last working day was celebrated in Pre primary section. A movie was shown and dance party was organized by the teachers for the children. Children enjoyed special Tiffin party by which they learn sharing followed by a dance party. After the lunch, teachers took all the children to 3D Lab. Where they enjoyed various topics related their course with 3D effects.
The last working day was very pleasant. Our respected Principal Ma’am Ms. Gayatri Kulshreshta gave all her best wishes and advised all to utilize their holidays creatively.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

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