6th March, Saturday was another fun-filled Saturday for the Students. With an unexpectedly long stay at home through the pandemic phase, children long to enjoy outdoors. Every Saturday is looked forward to by the students and they are never disappointed by the activities planned for them. Class III and IV enjoyed circle time fun and team building activities with their class teachers, while class V had a passage reading competition, reading from their favourite books Classes VI & VII enjoyed a 3 km long nature walk at the Environment Park, of course observing the flora and fauna as they walked along. They put it all what they saw into a creative write-up ! Group activities were organised at the venue and students also learnt the structural nuances of flowers, leaves and roots too Classes VIII & IX had sports activities - Badminton Matches and Inter-class Dodge Ball Matches. All fun activities culminated with an hour long HRT period where students discussed and shared their small and big issues as well as achievements with the peer group. Earlier in the day, Principal Mr.Santosh Shukla while addressing the students stated that it was too the school's priority to give students ample opportunities to enjoy the school, and that Saturdays were specifically made non-academic days for students to enjoy a lively day with their classmates.
All activities were conducted with safety and health care of the students, following the prescribed norms.
The Annual Graduation Ceremony 2021
The Annual Graduation Ceremony of the kindergarteners was organized in the open and lush green grounds of Delhi Public School Patiala on 27 February 2021. The function was signified to be a silver lining in the cloudy atmosphere of this year. The entire event was organized following all the norms laid down by the government. 74 students attended the graduation and received their degrees in a short but colourful ceremony. The extraordinary aspect to this function was that the entire preparation for the same was done in a fortnight through online sessions.The function started the Gayatri Mantra followed by a song ‘Light a Candle’ in which the kids seek the blessings of God and urge for world peace. The second the presentation was a Fashion Walk in which the little ones showcased their favourite cartoon characters like Mickey, Minnie, Cinderella, Mowgli, Chotta Bheem and Arabian Nights.The last of the cultural presentation was an action song through which young graduates thanked everyone for the efforts put in which made them sail safely through this pandemic period and also grow as an individual.The Principal of Delhi Public School Patiala Mr. Santosh Shukla congratulated the parents and students and assured them of complete support and required guidance. Parents in turn thanked the school management in arranging for the ceremony and for taking care of all the necessary precautions. The event was a wonderful success and appreciated by the parents.
DPS Scholars honoured
The Scholar Badge Ceremony to celebrate the academic achievements was organized in the open and lush green grounds of Delhi Public School Patiala on 27 February 2021. The solemn function was signified to be a silver lining in the cloudy atmosphere of this year. The function was organized following all the norms laid down by the government. The presence of the students and their parents on this occasion brought enthusiasm and life to the school environment.
The ceremony started with chanting of the “Gayatri Mantra” seeking the blessings of the almighty. It was followed by inspiring words by the Principal Mr. Santosh Shukla. The students were in their formal school uniforms and were lined up on the red carpet. There was a feeling of excitement and fervour among them.
This ceremony is one of the most anticipated and time tested tradition of all DPS schools when gleaming enthusiasm and the triumphant spirit of the young scholars could be seen and felt. 28 students received the badge for 1 year of academic excellence, 10 students bagged the badges for 2 years of excellence, 2 young boys were honoured with the blue scholar blazers for 3 years of hard work and there were 9 claimants for the prestigious Blue Scholar Badge for the marvellous 4 years of excellence!!!
The parents appreciated the warm gesture of the school management and the teachers in making this occasion memorable for them and their children. They also were all praise for the safety precautions taken by the school and the smooth conduct of the ceremony.
Angel Garg brings laurels to the school at the 32nd Punjab Roller Skating Championship
Angel Garg participated in the 32nd Punjab Roller Skating Championship and bagged a Silver Medal in the team event to qualify for the National Level. She is the Goalkeeper of the team.
BASANT PANCHAMI CELEBRATED AT DPS
Meet Kamal finishes 4th in Callaway World Championship 2021
Meet Kamal, our promising golfer from class XI finished 4th in Callaway World Championship 2021 organised at the Forest Hill Golf Course at Mohali on the 7th of February 2021. He participated in the 15-18 years category for boys.
DPS Team shines at Inter-school Mathematical Model Competition at Khalsa College
The DPS Patiala Team participated in the Mathematical Model competition on 5th February 2021 organised by the Department of Mathematics, Khalsa College, Patiala. Khushi Arya of Class XI and Nanki Kaur of Class X participated in the event and presented the model on “RAMANUJAN’S MAGIC SQUARE”. Out of 15 participating teams, our students were declared first by the judges and awarded the winners trophy along with the cash prize of Rs. 2100/- by the Vice-Principal of the college S. Gurmeet Singh. The students garnered a lot of appreciation from all the judges and other officials for their wonderful presentation.
DPS Patiala organized a workshop "Road Safety Month"
72nd Republic Day Celebrated
The country's 72nd Republic Day was celebrated at Delhi Public School Patiala with the hoisting of the National Flag by the Principal Mr.Santosh Shukla on the 26th of January 2021. All the staff members - teaching and non-teaching took the ceremonial salute as the tri-colour flag unfurled and sang the national anthem. On this occasion, the Principal and teachers shared their thoughts about the greatness of this country. Patriotic Songs were sung creating positive vibes befitting the occasion.
On 25th January, a special assembly was presented by students of class VIII, and the historical significance of the country's republic day was shared. Several patriotic songs and dances were rendered by the students. The colourful assembly culminated with the address by the Principal Mr.Santosh Shukla
The fun-filled Saturday!
Harvest Festival "Lohri Celebrated"
Lohri was celebrated at Delhi Public School Patiala with a lot of exuberance and fanfare. The mood on the campus was upbeat and the students were totally absorbed in the festive spirit of Lohri. The celebrations started with class IX students sharing the significance and traditional aspects of the festival. Saksham Goyal of class IX recited two poems that spread the festive vibes across the assembly. Principal Mr.Santosh Shukla addressed the assembly and conveyed his wishes. He then lit the traditional bonfire and all present took turns in offering their prayers around the bonfire. Children relished the snacks and sweets they had brought for themselves, basking in the bright sunlight. Everyone around the campus danced on the Punjabi folk songs and enjoyed the first ever celebration of the session. There was joy and excitement in the air as everyone enjoyed the folk music and dance as they welcomed the cheerful spring season bidding adieu to the dull winter.
Winter Magic: Lohri & Makar Sankranti Celebration by Kindergarteners:
Lohri, the festival which ushers the joyous spring, was celebrated on the virtual platform by Kindergarten students with much fanfare on 13th January 2021.
On this colourful occasion, both children and teachers enjoyed a chirpy and enthusiastic interaction. Folk songs were played to enjoy the festive occasion and soon everybody joined in the energetic rhythm! Peanuts, popcorn and the jaggery delicacy - "Gajak" were relished by the children. Children were told about the traditions of the festival of Makar Sankranti like kite-flying and special foods made on the occasion. The little ones dressed in traditional attires were excited about the cultural activities to celebrate the festival with their classmates.
CHRISTMAS CELEBRATIONS -
CHRISTMAS CELEBRATIONS - KINDERGARTEN
Christmas arrived early for the students of Kindergarten!! 24th December 2020 was the day when the Christmas spirit was created for the students through a flurry of activities reminiscent of the auspicious day. To create the right ambience, the children were encouraged to come dressed in Christmas colours on the virtual platform, which could be a mix of red, green and white. No Christmas celebration is complete without a tastefully decorated Christmas tree, and this is what caught the eye of the children as they trooped into the virtual Christmas celebration with their HRT's. Children were also treated to some catchy Christmas carols. Their joy knew no bounds when their HRT's joined them as Santa Claus, little ones danced to various Christmas carols. It was almost a memorable day indeed for the children of KG.
Virtual Toyride on Mickey's Birthday Bash:
The Kindergarten section had a gala time celebrating the birthday of their favourite cartoon characters - Mickey & Minnie on the 18th of November this year. A virtual Toyride party was organised for the little ones.
The students were requested to bring their favourite toy for their online session on the occasion. The kids were super excited to share their descriptive narration and waited eagerly for their turn to show and tell their peer-group all about their toy. Thus, this event helped the tiny tots to better their social, emotional and language skills. This proved to be an interesting and fun-filled experience for the kids.
Diwali 2020 - Class I celebrates with zeal and festive spirit
The students and teachers of class I pampered themselves on this Diwali with a virtual party on the last working day of the school before the Diwali break. Children wore their best colourful and festive outfits for the special virtual celebration. The excited chatter of the students throughout the session was a testimony of the festive spirit in the air. Children shared their plans for the festive day and all they would do to make the festival memorable. They also had sweets and party food during the class. Later children also shared the pictures of the moments with their family on the festival.
Children are the world’s most valuable resources and the best HOPE for the FUTURE.”
Every year Children’s Day is celebrated across India in the memory of our first Prime Minister Pdt. Jawahar Lal Nehru whose immense love for children is known world-wide. But how the pandemic has taken November 14 away from kids is well known.....still Teacher's & the school management makes all thing possible for the kids by visiting the little ones home personally with full zeal and zest to make them feel special. Children as well as parents were excited for the surprise visits by their HRT's.
Olympiad Achievers Honoured
DPS Patiala welcomed the achievers of the Olympiads that were conducted in the session 2019-20. It's been a long time since we have met, although all of us are connected virtually. The students were applauded for their determination and hard work to have made it to the second level of Olympiads in the subjects of their choice. Principal Mr.Santosh Shukla addressed the gathering of students and parents, and expressed his desire to welcome the students back to the campus, when the looming danger of COVID would cease to exist. He later gave away the certificates and prizes to the eager students.Students received their merit certificates for IMO,NSO,IEO,IMO and IGKO. Prabhmeet Kaur and Amreen Kaur bagged a Zonal Excellence Certificate along with attractive gift vouchers. Siya Sindhani of XII bagged a Zonal Excellence Certificate in NSO, while Shreyas Mehta of class XB and Raghav of XI earned themselves Zonal Excellence Certificates in IMO and NCO respectively. The star performance in Olympiads was displayed by Eknoor Kaur of Class VII as she bagged Merit Certificates in IMO and IEO whereas she bagged Zonal Excellence Certificates in NSO and IGKO along with a Zonal Medal.Eknoor was also the proud recipient of a cash award of Rs.2500/-. The teachers in attendance led by the Principal Mr.Santosh Shukla congratulated the winners and wished them luck in the future endeavours as well.
Class I celebrates Family Week
Students of class I and their families had a gala time as they met the class as a part of the family week celebration that is underway from 2nd to the 7th of November 2020. Students were super excited as they introduced their family members through adorable family pictures and also in person. Every child seemed happy and proud to talk about his family. sharing beautiful and loving lines for each member. The backdrops of many children were beautifully decked up adding glitter to the celebration. The objective of the activity was to provide families with an opportunity to get more involved in their child’s education and strengthen their partnerships with teachers and the peer group.
SPEECH CONTEST: "HOW AM I INSPIRED BY DR A.P.J ABDUL KALAM”
A speech competition (English) was organized for class IX to celebrate the birthday of our late president Dr. A.P.J.Abdul Kalam who has been a great source of inspiration to the youth of our country and people all over the world. He was a true epitome of undying energy, strong will and determination. The competition was organized online on 17th of October, the students of class IX participated enthusiastically and shared how they derive positive attributes from the legendary human, who worked tirelessly till his last breath for the prosperity and integrality of the nation. He always wanted to interact with the young minds knowing their vital potential in the nation-building process. The winners of the event are -
Appreciation : Gulnoor Kaur(IX H) and Mrinal Jain( IX E)
Hurray !! DPS Patiala sails into the Inter DPS National Science Quiz 2020
The student of Delhi Public School Patiala participated in the Inter DPS Quiz hosted by the DPS Society. The first preliminary round at the school level was conducted for the Science enthusiasts of the school at 2 levels i.e Classes VI-VIII and Classes IX-XI. The theme given for the junior level was “Nature and Wildlife” (India) and current affairs (world) and similarly, the seniors had to prepare on “Science and Technology” (India) and Current Affairs (world). The preliminary round was followed by a tie-breaker round for the juniors. The selected students of the prelim round were – Mst.Jivitesh Lamba (Class VI) and Ms.Sunanda (Class VIII), whereas the senior students qualifying for the zonal round were Mst. Aayush Sharma (Class XI) and Mst. Madhav Batra (Class IX). Students were given content and continual guidance to prepare for the zonal round. The school teams participated in the Zonal Round (12th October 2020) hosted by DPS Noida on the virtual platform. It was amazing to see both our school teams compete and qualify to the final rounds of their levels respectively. The senior team was jubilant as it topped the final round with a spectacular performance against the 39other schools in zone 1 for the Nationals. The students are now gearing up for the finals to be held in the month of December 2020. Principal Mr.Santosh Shukla congratulated the team on the spectacular performance and wished them luck for the National Level event.
World Food Day
To create awareness about healthy food and dietary habits DPS Kindergarten Wing organized an online Food Fest. Teachers had an interactive session with students on how good food influences a healthy lifestyle. Teachers also prepared and displayed placards that emphasized the importance of nutritious and healthy food habits with wordings like “Good food makes you/me fit”, “Healthy kids are happy kids”, “Fill your plate for a healthy weight”, “Eat well, Live well”. The children seemed to enjoy the event as their mothers made and served them with a variety of mouth-watering homemade delicious dishes that tempted and attracted the attention of their peer group. Relishing and sharing the food, reciting and singing rhymes during online session ensured that happiness reigned.
DPS Students take Pledge
All the students of Delhi Public School Patiala, led by their teachers, took the Pledge to be responsible and bear in mind all the precautions to be taken to keep themselves and their family members safe during the pandemic. The pledge was taken during the virtual classes and children were reminded of taking all the necessary measures in their daily routines.
Smiles all around !!!
"Happy students make better learners". Children who are happy, feel safe and have a greater chance of increasing the amount of learning and understanding. The Kindergarten wing of DPS Patiala celebrated the World Smiley Day along with the parents of the little ones, where parents teamed- up themselves for the lively photo session holding smiley in their hands as well as on faces. Each picture emanated positivity and excitement.
Flavours of India : Virtual Meet & Eat Event - Class III
On the 9th of October, all 4 sections of class III enjoyed a meet & greet event - "Flavours of India". The announcement by the teachers for this session at the beginning of the festive month set the excitement of the students high with the children teaming up with their mothers to prepare for the same. The EVS Lesson- INDIA- FOOD AND CLOTHING got the teachers thinking of this event, and the response was phenomenal. The students not only helped their mother to cook a popular dish of any one state, but also shared the recipe in the virtual class and enjoyed a get-together brunch with their classmates. This was a wonderful experience and the students enjoyed the event thoroughly.
Class IV celebrates Swacchta Diwas
Students of class IV put their best foot forward as they participated in the "Swacchta Diwas" on the 2nd of October 2020. Students initiated cleanliness activities from their own rooms, homes and immediate surroundings. Their efforts were appreciated by their teachers and were motivated to continue keeping the objective of cleanliness and also to be self-dependent in their day to day life. The pictures received by the teachers were self-descriptive and spoke about the enthusiasm of the children!
Remembering Bapu and Ba on October 2nd 2020
To revere this day, the little ones and the HRTs of Kindergarten wing held a special session during online classes to commemorate the Mahatma’s life and teachings. The tiny tots delivered short rhymes highlighting the quotes of Mahatma Gandhi and conveyed his noble messages in the most effective and influential manner. They also spoke about all they knew about Mahatma Gandhi. Children also dressed up as Gandhi ji and Kasturba to commemorate the birth anniversary of the father of the nation.
FIT India Initiative
More than 35 teachers enthusiastically participated in the FIT India initiative undertaken by the school as per the guidelines of the Government of India (Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports) between the 15th of August and 2nd of October 2020.It was amazing to see the zeal of the teachers who were led and inspired by the Principal Mr.Santosh Shukla. In all, a distance of more than 300kms was covered in the period. Mr Shukla hailed the initiative as it reiterated the importance of fitness and good health in today's times.
Grandparents Day 2020: A virtual hang out along with Grandparents
Like the infinite reach of the sky, you shower unconditional love upon me! Like the soothing calm under a tree, with arms open you welcome me! Like the amazing magician, you surprise me with my favourite toy! Like the fairy, you treat me with my favourite dish beyond joy! Like the dear friend, you play with me enthusiastically all day! Like a doting grandchild, I love you and wish you a ‘Happy Grandparents Day’!
The kindergartners of Delhi Public School, Patiala celebrated Grandparents Day with an abundance of love and admiration for their beloved grandparents. On this beautiful occasion, wonderful activities like rhyme recitation, story-enactment, fun dance were enjoyed by the grandparents and their grandchildren alike. The children were super excited to see their granddads and grandmoms pair-up with them to participate in the activities and in fact, helped the senior citizens wholeheartedly as they performed. The grandparents were very sportive and brought out the child in them through their active participation although the virtual platform was something new for them.
All the Activities were thoughtfully planned by the teachers making the occasion memorable for all the grandparents. Kids made beautiful hand-puppets of grandparents as a token of love for their adorable Grandparents.
Teachers' Day 2020 - Teachers showered with love and appreciation
With the pandemic forcing both students and teachers to stay home since the beginning of the session 2020-21, all celebrations are being celebrated on the online platform. The teachers of DPS Patiala were overwhelmed to receive pictures of hand-made cards, posters and recorded videos filled with love and appreciation. Children shared their hearts out and praised their teachers for all their efforts in making learning both interesting and exciting.
Independence Day 2020 with Tri-coloured Food Activity
Class V students of DPS Patiala celebrated this Independence Day with a Tri-coloured Food Activity. Though they were asked to take the help from their mothers, most enthusiastic students prepared and presented a sumptuous dish following the tricoloured theme for the same. The videos received from these young chefs impressed the judges who had a difficult time judging them. From pastas to pizzas, from colourful idlis to mouth-watering dhoklas, from mint mojito to orange drink, the table spreads had them all !!
The students were not only judged for the recipe and presentation, but also for their oratory skills as they spoke about their love for India, their motherland. The results of the event are -
1st Position: Angel
2nd Position was jointly shared: Aniruruddha Bera, Guntas Singh, Namya Thakur, Jasveen Kaur, Harsimar Singh and Samrath Singh
3rd place was bagged by Anishka, Lavanya Grover, Angelina Rajput and Nimrat Kaur.
The coveted "Budding Chef Award" was bagged by Harkirat Kaur for her tremendous culinary skills.
74th Independence Day @DPS Patiala
The 74th Independence Day is being celebrated with a series of online activities and events, with the enthusiastic participation of students. The tricolour was unfurled at DPS Patiala by the Principal Mr.Santosh Shukla with the ceremonial salute followed by the National Anthem. Patriotic Songs were sung by the teachers in attendance. Mr.Shukla shared his thoughts on the occasion and conveyed his wishes to the entire DPS Family.
Independence Day celebrations of the school became all the more special as our student - Vinita Bimbra of class V received the second prize in the "Ambassadors of Hope" Contest from the State Education Minister Shri Vijay Inder Singla. The chirpy Vinita was honoured at the Independence Day function held at Sangrur today. The entire DPS Family shares this moment of glory with Vinita and wishes her success in all her endeavours.
Online Poster Making Competition on Ills of Drug Abuse
Students of DPS Patiala participated in a poster making competition on the ills of Drug Abuse that was organised by the Patiala Police. The theme of the competition was ‘SAY NO TO DRUGS’ to bring awareness against the burning problem prevalent in the modern era. The objective of the event was to sensitize our society, particularly the youth, on the subject of drug abuse. This online event was organized as a part of the Mission Fateh series of social awareness events, to raise awareness about it among our youth and prevent them from succumbing to it. SI Faggan Majra Ms.Jaspreet Kaur visited the school and observed the online entries of the posters that were sent by the students.
The winners of the competition declared were - 1. Shaurya Vardhan Goel (Class VI) 2. Jasjot Kaur (Class X) 3. Rishima (Class IX)
DPS Family makes International Day of Yoga 2020 Super-special
International Day of Yoga 2020 was made "Super-special" with moms, dads, grandpas and grandmas participating in the "Family Yoga Time" with the children of DPS Patiala.
Pictures and videos kept pouring in throughout the day and it was really encouraging to see students involving the entire family to make the day a memorable one.
Principal and teachers thanked the entire extended family of DPS Patiala for the phenomenal response and support towards the school's initiatives.
The Young Yogis of DPS Patiala
Our junior students of classes I-III were the most enthusiastic as they participated in a 7-Day long Yoga Practice Program. With their teacher instructing them, children showed their skills by displaying their newly acquired knowledge.of the asanas. It was a wonderful learning week for the children, culminating on the International Day of Yoga - 2020
DPS Faculty participate in the plantation drive "DPS - Taru-Mitra -Each One Plant One"
The faculty of Delhi Public School Patiala participated in the "DPS - Taru-Mitra -Each One Plant One" plantation drive. Principal Mr.Santosh Shukla initiated the plantation drive by planting a green sapling in the premises of the school. Teachers and staff members commemorated the Environment Day 2020 by planting green saplings in their homes, parks and even on the road-sides
Our Young Eco-Heroes - DPS-Taru Mitra - Plantation Drive
In addition to enjoying their class eco-activities on June 5th, many of our Eco-Heroes made it a point to plant a green sapling, adding to mother nature's green treasures
Principal Mr.Santosh Shukla appreciated the wonderful efforts of the students in the DPS Taru Mitra plantation drive and encouraged others to follow the suit.
Nature Photography Contest
Class IX - XII students participated in a Nature Photography Contest on the occasion of Environment Day 2020. The categories of the contest were -
Vibrant Flowers, Fauna in my Garden, Games with the Sunlight and Nature at its best. The following children bagged the positions in the same -
CATEGORY WISE RESULT
1. Raina Singla (IX)
2. Rohan Verma (X)
3. Mitul Goyal (X)
Fauna in my Garden
1. Manjot Kaur (X)
2. Mrinal Jain (IX)
3. Harijaap Singh (IX)
Games with Sunlight
1. Chetna (XII)
2. Suchreet Kaur (IX)
3. Manseerat Kaur & Nanki Kaur (IX)
Nature at its best
1. Tanish Wadwa & Jannat (X)
2. Aarman Bham & Abhinav Dham (X)
3. Noorvansh Singh (X) & Madhav Batra (IX)
Environment Day 2020 - Class VI-VII: Compost Bin and Table Organiser
Students of classes VI-VII set-up their compost bins following the instructions provided to them. They collected kitchen waste and dry waste from their gardens and prepared a compost bin. It was their first independent compost bin preparation and they thoroughly enjoyed their activity. Students also recycled old jars and cans to assemble a table organiser for their study tables.
Environment Day 2020 - Class V: Reuse Craft : Bird Feeder and paper-bags !!
Students of class V made a creative bird feeder using an old jar. They followed the step-by-step instructions that were given to them by their teachers and hung their bird feeders on the trees in their neighbourhood. Along with this, students of class V also made sturdy paper bags using newspapers, used charts and old calendars. Students made the best and creative use of their time at home this Environment Day !
Environment Day 2020 - Class IV : Reuse Craft : Book-holder making and a door hanging with an Eco Message !!
Students of class IV had a splendid time making a book-holder using a used cardboard carton. They decorated their book-holder with colourful decorations. Children also made a door-hanging with a message of Reduce-Recycle-Reuse. Children excitedly shared the pictures of their creations with their HRTs.
Environment Day 2020 - Class III : Hurray !!! We sowed our own seeds and also make a paper-craft garden !!
Students of class III celebrated Environment Day with 2 activities. They spent time in their gardens and also sowed seeds in pots and beds. Children were excited as they looked forward to seeing the plants sprout out in the coming days. As a part of the reuse campaign, students also made beautiful flower-cut-outs from magazines and newspapers to create a papercraft garden.
World Milk Day Celebrated
In light of the global pandemic of COVID-19, the activities at DPS Patiala add a bright spark to the days that children are restricted to their homes. On June 1st, the primary classes enjoyed World Milk Day with their classmates and teachers. Children enjoyed a craft activity - Cow Mask Making - with their parents. The children wore their masks as they attended their virtual interaction session with their teachers. The teachers shared their know-how on the benefits of milk and dairy products, encouraging children to have a diet rich in dairy products. It was wonderful to observe the excited children attend their class with their milk mugs. It was a day of learning and fun. All sections from KG-I to Class II participated in this celebration
Mother;s Day Contests : "Getting to know my Mother" and "Culinary Queen"
Students of class IX-X participated in the contests along with their mothers to make this occasion a special one. In the first contest, the participating mothers conducted an Interview with their mothers (in any language). They needed to frame 10 questions beforehand. Based on the rubrics for judgement, Mrs.Ekta Singla, mother of Raina Singla of class IX E stood first followed by Mrs.Harpreet Kaur, mother of Tanveer Pratap Singh Aurora. In the “Culinary Queen Contest”, students with their mothers whipped up recipes and videographed the same. The rubrics for judgement were Nutritional Inputs, Innovative Touch, Eye-appeal and Skill Level. It was really wonderful to see the enthusiastic participation in this event. The winners are -
Mrs.Jatinder Kaur, mother of Rishima of class IX stood first,
Mrs. Vandana Jain, mother of Mrinal Jain stood second sharing the position with Mrs Mona Rani, mother of Yatharth of class IX.
Mrs. Deepika Bham, mother of Armaan Bham(Class X) stood third in the event.
Special Award of Appreciation was bagged by Mrs.Harpreet Kaur who made a fantastic dish with her daughter, Rivyareet Kaur of class X.
Mother's Day Celebration: “A Jar Full of Love“ by class VI
Children created "Jars of Love" for their mothers. Each jar had multiple slips with the children penning down their reasons for loving their mothers. The children also expressed their gratitude for all the efforts mothers put into their lives making it better and better. The jars were beautifully decorated and a tag with the wordings – “All the little reasons I Love my Mommy !”. The mothers loved the wonderful gift !!
Mothers honoured with beautiful badges !
The young enthusiasts of Class IV made hand-made badges for their loving Mothers on the occasion of Mother's Day 2020. Mothers proudly wore the badges throughout the day. Children also made the day special by managing most of the household activities with the help of their Dads ! A memorable picture of this special day captured the memory of the day.
Class III Mother's Day Activity
The students of class III made the Mother's Day special by making a delicious milk-shake with the help of their dads. The mothers were truly excited as they received handmade cards and delicious milkshakes served to them by their children, The beautiful captures of the moment themselves spoke about the celebration of the special day.
Earth Day Poster Making by class VII
Earth Day is a global event to make a commitment to learn more about the environment and demonstrate how you can help in protecting it. With this objective, a Poster Making Competition was organised for the students of class VII. The pandemic lockdown did not dampen the spirits of the young enthusiasts and therefore, the posters created by the students were both soul-stirring and a visual treat. The students shared the pictures of their posters with their teachers.
Earth Day 2020
Students of Class IX composed thoughtful Earth Day slogans on the occasion of Earth Day. It was an activity to be done in Hindi, students gave their best in creating colourful and catchy slogans depicting the need for social awareness to respect and protect the resources that were being taken for granted.