Siddhi, 3 years old, a student of Chiranjiv Bharti School, Palam Vihar won the first prize in the talent competition, wherein students had to tell the capitals of all Indian states. Siddhi has been learning the names of states and capitals since the age of two. She is also learning the names of continents now.
iDiscovery Blossoms Day
iDiscovery pre-school organised its graduation ceremony, ‘Blossoms Day’. The tiny tots looked cute in scaled down gowns and scholastic caps. The audience enjoyed the nursery rhymes and recitals.
Ryanites shine at All India Child Art
Students of Ryan International School, Sector 40 brought laurels to the School by bagging many prizes at the All India Child Art competition held in Mumbai. While Anik Rathi of Mont II secured the second prize in drawing, Tamanna Gupta and Sharvi Mathur, of Mont II and Mont III respectively, won consolation prizes. In the junior category, Prateek Rathi of Class I received the second prize, Tanmay Johri of Class V secured the third prize; Pragya Manocha of Class V, and Aditi Goyal of Class I won consolation prizes.
Children at Fastrack Kids School displayed their creativity on paper, and (alongwith their parents) were introduced to many animation techniques – by the expert Siddharth, from Creative Studio.
Dev Samaj Vidya Niketan (DSVN) celebrated its Annual Day. While girls from the senior school presented a Qawalli and Punjabi folk dance (Gidda), the boys rocked the stage with a hip-hop show. A patriotic play was also put up by the primary students. Mayor Vimal Yadav was the Chief Guest at the occasion. Students with exemplary performance in the board exams were awarded at the end of the function.
Students of Bachpan School showcased the first designer collection of The School of Fashion Technology, Sector 14. The Show provided an opportunity to budding designers, who designed the dresses in line with the theme “Flower Girl”. The little girls threw flowers, while walking on the ramp. The boys presented the “Nawab Collection”, in bright shades of red,golden, maroon, and black. The tiny tots amazed the crowd, by walking the ramp so gracefully.
London Talent, a group that aims to impart education through world-class theatre and a creative programme of learning, organised a show for the primary school of Lancers International. The group helped children explore the concept of sharing, caring and empathizing with others. The performance of London Talent was followed by a ‘freeplay’ session – giving the children an opportunity to explore the material, and build their own bridges.
DPS bids Farewell
Delhi Public School held a ceremony to bid farewell to its graduating students. The Principal, Mrs. Aditi Mishra, delivered the commencement address. She advised students to convert all disadvantages into advantages, through perseverance. Prizes were also given to students.
A visit to the National Science Museum, New Delhi is one of the best ways to arouse curiousity in the minds of children, and help develop their interest in the field of science and technology. Keeping this in mind, Lotus Valley School organised a visit to the Museum. Children enjoyed the Fun Science gallery, which houses a 50 seater 3D movie hall, and a virtual pond of water.
Spinning the Rishi Wheel
Beautiful pottery made by the students of Rishi Public School adorned the walls of the Exhibition Hall at school. The students showcased various artefacts, such as clay pots, dolls, dishes, and pen stands, to name a few. The best artefacts are kept in the Hall for over a year.
American Excelsior, saw active participation for the Tae Kwon-Do martial arts championship organised in the school premises. The spectators witnessed students competing for medals and prizes. The aim of the competition was to give the students an opportunity to showcase their abilities and techniques.
Gurgaon Lions at Ranthambhore
Lions Public School organised an educational tour to Ranthambhore and Jaipur. It was an exciting and rewarding journey for all, and “a team building experience”, according to one of the teachers . The students visited important historical sights in Jaipur, and experienced a jeep safari at Ranthambhore.
St. Angel's Annual Day
The students of St. Angel’s School put up a scintillating performance during the Annual Day Function. The audience enjoyed the School choir’s flawless rendition of “Satnam wahe guru ji“. However, the pick of the day was the show ‘Ecstasy’, a mystical blend of contemporary hip-hop and salsa. K.L. Sobti, eminent Educationist and the Chairman of Modern Public School, was the Chief Guest. The meritorious students were given awards in the special prize distribution ceremony.