School Notes

School Notes

Gurukul Global School, Chandigarh

Students create lyrics shared by music teacher Sapna Verma and her associate Sudarshan Khati in an online contest ‘Lockdown Jingle’. This competition was very well received by Globalites who not only composed excellent lyrics but also sang melodiously. The Hallmark of the jingle was ‘CORONA’. Naina Thakur of Class IV and Anwesha of Class III were adjudged winners. Principal Nina Pandey congratulated the winners and encouraged them to continue exploring their creativity. 


Ryan International School Jamalpur, Ludhiana

Primary students celebrated International Family Day. They tightened their bond, expressed their emotions, shared their feelings and rejoiced for new hopes by spending gala time on the dinner table. Students with family enjoyed candlelight dinner in the same colour code and stored precious memories in their hearts on this extraordinary day. It was an unforgettable and joyful experience for the students and parents.


Bhavan Vidyalaya, Panchkula

Anvi Soni and Saanvi Mittal of Bhavan Vidyalaya, Panchkula, came out with flying colours in the state-level Swadeshi Mela online competition. More than 2,000 students from various districts of Haryana participated in the event. A team of 36 judges chose the winners, who will be felicitated after opening of schools’ post lockdown.


DAV Sr Sec School,  Bharoli, Nadaun 

The school organised online activities for students like ' Best out of Waste' for classes V to IX, English poem recitation for classes II and IV, Drawing pictures for classes I and II and pasting pictures for toddlers of LKG and UKG. Students participated with enthusiasm and shared their videos, audios and pictures with their teachers.  Principal Surjeet Kumar Rana felicitated the children for their mesmerising performances and motivated them to cope with adverse time by keeping themselves busy.


World record for Vaishnavi

Vaishanvi Gupta of Class II of KB DAV Senior Secondary Public School, Chandigarh, made the most of the lockdown period and performing a record-breaking feat of ‘most number of Hula Hoop rotation around knee’. Vaishanvi set a world record of rotating Hula Hoop around her knee of 190 rotations in a minute. The Triumph World Records adjudicated the performance and acknowledged the remarkable accomplishment of nine-year old Vaishnavi. Principal Pooja Prakash congratulated Vaishanvi for the record-breaking performance


DAV Public School, Nagrota Surian

Various competitions were organised on the occasion of Mother's Day.  LKG students sent photo card to their mothers, while other students made greeting cards for their mothers. Principal Ekta Atari said a woman plays many characters in her real life and the character of a mother is the most special. 


Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore

National Technology Day was observed at Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore. A special online assembly was conducted for students of the pre-Primary wing. They learnt to make a rope and glasses telephone. Amol Arora, MD, Shemrock and Shemford Group of Schools, was the speaker.  A special session was organised with the parents of Shemstars guiding them on how to become and make their children tech-savvy. Students of the Primary, Middle and Senior school were assigned projects which they made enthusiastically. Shemstars made portable fans, water dispensers and parachutes as guided and shared the same with their peers in their online groups. Principal Teenu Jolly said it is technology that has made it possible for us to reach out to our students.


St  Soldier's School, Mohali

Students celebrated Mother’s Day. Right from toddlers to senior students, all children made videos and creative cards on their class WhatsApp groups, expressing their gratitude, appreciation and acknowledgement for their mothers. The school website and WhatsApp groups were overloaded with heartwarming feelings. Each card was special and different in its own way.


Comet Mensa Senior Secondary Public School, Dehri

Mother’s Day was celebrated with fervour and enthusiasm. Children show their love and affection for their mothers. Children participated through E-class and prepared beautiful and attractive drawings, cards and posters depicting their regard and respect for their mothers. The teachers highlighted the significance of Mothers Day and urged students to respect their mothers who are the creators of their destiny. Managing Director Vasu Soni, Manager Poonam Soni, Academic Director Ravinder Pathania, Administrative Director Anita Pathania and Principal Sunny Jaswal congratulated students on Mother’s Day.


DAV Police Public School, Panchkula

Students marked the bond of love and affection by celebrating Mother’s Day this year. The school hosted an online event where students were encouraged to create a memorable piece of art to express their gratitude to their mothers. The event was organised for classes I to X. Students displayed their creativity through cards, messages and quotes. The event glorified the mothers as an educator, friend, mentor and philosopher. Headmistress Upasana Sharma proposed the vote of thanks.


Doon Public School, Hoshiarpur

The school celebrated World Athletics Day by encouraging toddlers to bloom their athletic skills. Sports Teacher Surinder Sharma shared a video, demonstrating athletic games which students could perform while staying home. Principal Dheeraj Banati congratulated students and motivated them to play some physical games to keep themselves fit and healthy.


Indian Public School, Ambala

Students celebrated International Worker's Day to commemorate the meticulous effort of the labour force. Labour Day is a reminder for us that they are the real architects of our society and they deserve their due respect. It is small act of kindness that count and we attempt to inculcate that same virtue in our students. Students commemorated the day by performing fun-filled activities. The students expressed gratitude towards these workmates by writing articles, poems and by making DIY cards. Students were overwhelmed by this act of thankfulness. The activity was designed to forge a better understanding of the labour community among the students who must learn to respect and appreciate the efforts of this community. Overall, it was a fruitful day which taught the students to be thankful to everyone.


GMSSS-8B, Chandigarh

Students of classes II to XII planted saplings in four days under the supervision of Principal Ranjna Shrivastav and Counsellor Geeta Devi. The Principal and the counsellor also planted plants at their homes. Students also made masks. Motivational lectures, puzzles, activities are regularly updated on school’s YouTube channel so that students remain busy and don't get stressed. There are about 50 WhatsApp groups in which the counsellor regularly sends puzzle and activities for students. Teachers also provide study material  to students through these groups.

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