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Posted at: Apr 21, 2017, 1:32 AM; last updated: Apr 21, 2017, 1:32 AM (IST)SCHOOL NOTES

Colouring competition organised in BCM

A colouring competition was organised at BCM Kindergarten to enhance the skills of students of the UKG. Children loved playing with colours and coloured their canvas boards. Emphasis was laid on neatness, colour pattern and combination. Kids enjoyed filling colours in the picture of hut. The winners were given certificates and participants were given books.

Baisakhi celebrationat SGHP School

Baisakhi was celebrated with enthusiasm on Sri Guru Harkrishan Public School premises. Trust Member Amarjit Singh was the chief guest for the function. To mark the importance of the day, a cultural programme was also presented by the students. Students highlighted the importance of 'Baisakhi Shabads', poems, bhangra and folk songs. The importance of establishment of 'Khalsa Panth' by Guru Gobind Singh was also highlighted. Principal Jaspreet Kaur appreciated the efforts of all the students and the teachers.

Students enjoy first fruit of summer season

It was a sweet and juicy sunshine beautiful morning today at ABC Magical World School as the little ones welcomed the fruits of summer season with delight and glee. Energy levels of excited kids perked up with the mouth watering flavor and aroma of fruits. Kids enjoyed the fruits delicacies such as 'fruit chaat', mango shake, banana shake, orange juice, fruit candies and much more with joy. They enjoyed the taste of different varieties of fruits to celebrate fruit-fun day. Kids also learnt the art of cutting the fruits and the best way to serve.

Raghu Gulati grabs top rank in Science Olympiad

BVM (USN) cynosure Raghu Gulati (XII) brought proud moments of effulgence by clinching the top rank in silver zone International Olympiad of Science 2017, level II. Competing with the counterparts from renowned schools, he earned a niche in the above Olympiad, in which 98 BVM scholars participated and won seven gold, three silver and two bronze medals along with certificates of achievement. Principal Bandana Sethi lauded this wonderful achievement whole heartedly and motivated other students also to come forward and avail the opportunity of exploring their reasoning ability and scientific temperament at a formative age.

World Heritage Day celebrated at Ryan school

Students of Ryan Dugri observed the World Heritage Day by doing various activities at different levels. Students of classes I -II did a colouring worksheet of historical monuments. Students of classes III-V made pictures of different historical monuments on chart-papers. Students of class VI onwards were shown a PPT of different historical monuments. They learnt about their origin culture and importance of monuments in history. The students actively participated in various activities conducted in the school premises. All the students were made aware about different historical monuments and their significance in the society. The students were happy to add a new dimension of knowledge into their lives.

Welcome party organised at Garden Valley school

Garden Valley International School organised a 'Welcome Party' for tiny tots of Nursery wing. Students were accorded a warm welcome by the Principal Harpreet Kaur Taneja and Headmistress Harjeet Kaur . Music and dance programmes were organised to welcome the students . The student of class I and II introduced themselves in front of their classmates and teachers. Learners participated in this activity with a great enthusiasm. The mission of the school is to create a sense of understanding and compassion for children in order to encourage them. —TNS 

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