Thursday, 14 September 2017


   “So long as as ear can hear
            And eyes can see
                  All are bound but the
                         Soulful language is free”.        
                            On Wednesday, 13th Sept. 2017, the auspiciousness of Hindi Diwas 14th September every year fills the air with love and regards to the mother tongue. 

               For this a Special Assembly was organized here to contest as ‘Kavita Vaadan’, bhashan content & Suvichaara’s took place. Hindi Rhyme Recitation was also held in Pre-Primary wing.
                   The students enthusiastically delivered the poems with proper action and accent. In speech contest  Fateh Singh House won the hearts of the judges, whereas  Kavita Paath first position was secured by class II, Second position class IV and III place was taken by class V A.  All enjoyed the friendly connection with Hindi. Our Respected Principal Ma’am Mrs Aruna Suresh appreciated the students and guided them to preserve and to Gaurd the language Hindi in heart


              On the weekend morning of Saturday, 09 August 2017 the petals of Pre-primary wing got knowledge about community helpers in Saint Soldier Public School, Pratap Nagar. The petals were told about the helpers of society, present in surroundings in form of Teachers, Doctor, Postman,  Driver, Milkman, Policeman and so on. The teacher enacted a skit in the probes of particular helpers (servers).

            In this fun way petals learnt about the role of various helpers of daily life. Our Respected Principal Ma’am Mrs. Aruna Suresh appreciated the efforts of teacher for real life learning.

Friday, 8 September 2017

A Step Towards Literacy !!!

                “Education is devine expression in Man.”

                        On the encouraging and enriching day of “World Literacy Day”, 08 August 2017 a Readathon was organized for classes I to VIII. Here early morning agility of learners task. A step to education from literacy. The morning lecture went on with contemplated and thoughtful study of printed text. The students were encouraged to make out of printed text with intensive & extensive view. Later they were told about the literacy ratio of country and ways to improve this ratio in the motto of ‘Each One Teach One’. Our Respected Principal Ma’am Mrs. Aruna Suresh raised her Voice for the need of literacy among public.

Wednesday, 6 September 2017

Teacher's Day Celebrated !!!

              " A teacher is one who burns himself in lighting others."

                           On the Birthday of nation’s first Vice President Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, Educationist and philanthropist, Teachers Day was celebrated on Tuesday 05 September 2017 in Saint Soldier Public School, Pratap Nagar.                 
  It was a wonderful day for all because Teacher’s Day was celebrated in pre-primary wing & in I and II. Students dressed up like their teachers. They were quite confidently reflecting their teacher's personality. Very first the programme began with the speech on Teacher’s Day by students.
                        Students came to know about Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan a great teacher & philanthropist. After that students recited the poems on teachers. Students enacted a small play on Teachers and class rooms.
                 The members of the student council made the day special with excitement and laughter with the fusion of Radio show & other performers. RJ Pawan Khandelwal and Bhavesh Vashishtha of class XII bowed their gratitude towards teachers. The musical band boys of the school performed a song dedicated to teachers. Many other dance performances & a skit based on skills were presented. Teachers were given titles and memories by the Head Boy Mast. Shyam Chaturvedi and Head Girl Aarti Yadav.

                          Respected Principal Ma’am Mrs. Aruna Suresh received the bouquet as token of love from students. The celebration had many in the basket as mimicking, role playing and tough tasks for the teachers.Mr.Ajay Soni delivered the vote of thanks expressing the teacher's love towards students.