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. 


“Vakra Tunda Maha Kaaya, Surya Kotti Samaprabha Nirvighnam Kuru Me Deva Sarva – Kaaryeesu Sarvadaa

The significance of riding on a mouse is the complete conquest over egoism. The holding of the ankusha represents his rule of the world. It is the emblem of divine Royalty.
Thus on the auspicious occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi a house wise Flower Rangoli competition was organized for classes VI to VIII. The students of each house marked their enthusiastic presence and very majestically made novel designs and beautifully presented their art by using different variety of flowers.
Thus on this occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi May the lord Vigna Vighna Vinayaka remove all obstacles and shower all of us with bounties.

Thursday, 14 August 2014


DATE: 15/08/2014
At the stroke of the midnight hour, when the world sleeps, India will awake to life and freedom. A moment comes, which comes but rarely in history, when we step out from the old to the new, when an age ends and when the sole of a nation long suppressed find utterance”. So said Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru on the eve of India’s Independence. We pay homage to countless freedom fighters as we celebrate the 68th Independence Day.
The students of our school were filled with patriotism and love for the country. Our school presented mélange of patriotic activities which created an atmosphere of national pride.

 It was an immense honour for us to have with us our esteemed chief guest Sardar Surender Singh Ji (President Gurudwara Chandi Ki Taksal). We were also blessed to have with us our respected Secretary Sir Sardar Gurmeet Singh Ji.
The programme started with the unfurling of the tri colour by our highly regarded Chief guest which was followed by National Anthem. Followed by this was a colourful presentation of cultural events.
The choir of students of Class VI filled the ambiance with nationalism. The students of class VI were dressed up in saffron, white and green colour to demonstrate their unity and discipline in the form of mass drill. The senior students presented a patriotic skit which traced the atrocities and difficult times faced by our countrymen before India finally won freedom at midnight on August 15, 1947.
The senior as well as the junior students also tapped their feet and captivated the audience with their energetic performance on patriotic songs. Not behind were our tiny tots of Pre-primary section who presented a very small and mesmerizing musical skit displaying their devotion and love towards their country.
At the end our esteemed guest Sardar Surinder Singh Ji encouraged the students with his inspiring words and wished all the students a Very Happy Independence Day. Our respected Secretary Sir Sardar Gurmeet Singh ji also inspired the students with his speech emphasizing the importance of this day and the meaning of ‘independence  in each one of our lives.

Last but not the least our valued Principal Ma’am Ms.Gayatri Kulshreshta expressed her gratitude towards our guests for sparing their valuable time. She also guided our young students to imbibe in them the values that will facilitate them and their  country to prosper. 

Sunday, 10 August 2014

Holiday Circular

Please Note: The school will remain closed today (11th August, 2014) as per orders of Hon’ble Collector of Jaipur. The exam scheduled for today will be now held on 13th August, 2014.

Tiny steps celebrated Raksha Bandhan

Date: - 9-8-14
Raksha Bandhan Celebration was organized in Pre-primary section of the school. Little girls of Nursery, K.G, Prep. Brought Rakhies and boys brought sweets and chocolates from their houses.

 All the children gathered at one place. The teachers explained them the importance of this festival. Girls tied the Rakhies and boys presented them sweets and chocolates. All the children were very excited. The teachers also gave them blessings. Thus celebrate ended.

Saturday, 9 August 2014

Rakha Bandhan Celebrated

DATE: 9/8/14
In India, festivals are the celebration of togetherness. RakshaBandhan is one such festival that is all about affection, fraternity and sublime sentiments. Raksha Bandhan is a promise to protect and cherish forever the sacred bond that symbolizes this relationship.

Thus, on the eve of Raksha Bandhan a small celebration was done during school assembly wherein the sisters tied the sacred bond to their brothers wishing them good luck and happiness forever and the brothers also gave gifts to their sisters.
Thus, this was a small initiative taken to imbibe in students our cultural values.
On this occasion we wish you all good luck and happiness forever.
                              "HAPPY RAKSHA BANDHAN"